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Gosnell Movie: Kickstarter Sent Non-Acceptance 'Acceptance Letter'

At the bottom, the so-called acceptance letter contains a major disclaimer that still allows Kickstarter to pull the Gosnell project from its website over anything they find objectionable. That is not an "acceptance" Rather, it's a "Go ahead and publish but we'll still pull it if or unless…" letter. Apr 3, 2014 12:48 PM PT

Poll: John Wayne 7th Most Popular Star; Beats Clooney, Streep, Damon, Penn

Since 1994, when Harris first began polling a large sample (2,311 this year) of Americans with the simple question "Who is your favorite movie star?", only one actor has made the top ten every year and only one actor has made it posthumously: John Wayne. In 2014, The Duke did it again, placing 7th -- holding the same spot he held last year. Apr 3, 2014 11:07 AM PT

Oprah Announces 'Race Riot' Miniseries

Entertainment Weekly announced Thursday that for her cable channel OWN, Oprah Winfrey is developing a two-part miniseries about the 1921 Oklahoma Riots that claimed the lives of up to 300 people. A New York Times story on the little-known historical event describes "a mob of white men" with "guns firing" burning a "once-thriving black community … to the ground." Apr 3, 2014 10:07 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Thursday's Top 5 News Items

Today the truth is finally out. Wayne was not only a brilliant actor but a decent, tolerant, well-read and thoughtful man. Not a perfect man. Like all of us, he had his moments. But overall, history's ultimate judgment hasn't diminished Wayne in the least. Apr 3, 2014 8:57 AM PT

'Poor People Smell': Left-Wing Site Lies About 'Red Eye' Guest Host

The left-wing site Raw Story used a headline to falsely claim that "Red Eye" guest host Tom Shillue said during Tuesday night's show that "poor people smell bad." After Shillue complained they changed the headline to the just as misleading "poor areas smell bad." Apr 2, 2014 1:08 PM PT

'Best of Bogart Bluray Collection' Review: When Censorship Resulted In Great Art

Granted, some modern artists like Martin Scorsese create genuine works of cinematic art through the use of R-rated shock and awe. Overall, though, in five-hundred years, I'm convinced that like Beethoven and Mozart, Hollywood's Production Code-era will be much more appreciated than the on-the-nose era that came after. The four timeless, classic Humphrey Bogart films included in this just-released Warner Brother's "Best of Bogart Bluray Collection" illustrate my point better than most. Apr 2, 2014 11:42 AM PT

Malkin Rips Colbert: 'Me So Stupid. You So Funny!'

Over at Townhall, Michelle Malkin brutalizes Stephen Colbert, Comedy Central's left-wing golden boy, who has been dealing for the better part of a week with charges of racism from the political left and right. Because he's in a special protected class, Colbert thought he could get away with a skit that played on every Asian stereotype imaginable, from the exaggerated "ching-chong-ding-dong" dialect to the sexual "I take you to Bangkok" slang that's been used for decades to humiliate Asian women. Apr 2, 2014 9:56 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Wednesday's Top 5 News Items

Intent matters. With the use of the name Redskins, Snyder is not trying to demean the American Indian, which is likely why polls show that Indians take no offense from the name. Colbert was mocking and demeaning Asians, Asians took offense, and they had every right to. Apr 2, 2014 9:28 AM PT

Missing Airliner Doesn't Save CNN From Brutal Drop In Q1 Viewers

Third-place CNN's Q1 ratings might have been even more catastrophic were it not for a late surge due to the left-wing cable network's decision to go 24/7 with the missing Malaysian airliner. Even with that late surge, though, CNN still had a disastrous first quarter of 2014, the third worst in its history. MSNBC also lost viewers, while Fox News gained. Apr 1, 2014 12:44 PM PT

Al Jazeera Staffer Nominates Greenwald for Journalism Award

Glenn Greenwald, the left-wing journalist best known for his coverage and association with infamous national security leaker Edward Snowden, will receive the University of Georgia's McGill Medal for Journalistic Courage. Dorothy Parvaz, an Al Jazeera English editor, won the award last year and was responsible for nominating Greenwald. Apr 1, 2014 10:25 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Tuesday's Top 5 News Items

McElhinney and McAleer intend to make a feature film about Gosnell, but need to go around Hollywood's gatekeepers with crowd-funding. They have budgeted the feature at $2.1 million, have already raised $193,685, and have 42 days to raise the rest. Apr 1, 2014 10:10 AM PT

Theologian Blasts Christian Leaders Fooled Into Endorsing Kabbalah, Gnostic Version of 'Noah'

Dr. Brian Mattson, a theologian with a Ph.D. in Systematic Theology from the University of Aberdeen who now serves as Senior Scholar of Public Theology for the Center for Cultural Leadership, has written a scathing review of Darren Aronofsky's "Noah" that takes special aim at the numerous Christian leaders who endorsed a film "direct from Kabbalist and Gnostic sources" that has zero to do with the Bible. Apr 1, 2014 6:25 AM PT


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