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Sophie Turner and Jessica Chastain Vow to Boycott States with Abortion Laws

Sophie Turner, who is best known for her role as Sansa Stark on the hit HBO series “Game of Thrones,” has vowed to not work in a state that restricts abortion. After being asked about her thoughts about working on “Game of Thrones” in Northern Ireland, where abortion is illegal, the actress said, “luckily we’re moving on.”

Actresses Sophie Turner and Jessica Chastain, right, pose as they arrive for an exclusive fan event of X-MEN: Dark Phoenix at a movie theater in London, Wednesday, May 22, 2019.(AP Photo/Frank Augstein)

Will These Pro-Gun Control Celebrities Make Another Film Using Firearms?

Pro-gun control actress Megan Boone saying her ‘Black List’ character would ‘never carry an assault rifle again’ posed a glaring question: Will other stars, like George Clooney, and directors, like Steven Spielberg, calling for gun control vow to lay down their guns in future films?

George Clooney in The American (2010, Universal Studios)

SNL Skit Asks if Anything Matters Anymore Regarding Trump News

During this week’s NBC broadcast of “Saturday Night Live,” guest host Jessica Chastain played the role of a host in a mock game show called, “Does It Even Matter Anymore?” Contestants were posed with deciding if it would matter if


11 Times Celebrities Shocked America with Common Sense

Sometimes — not often — a Famous Person will somehow escape the usually impenetrable bubble of utter obliviousness that encircles Hollywood to speak pure common sense. These comments are so infrequent — and so pleasantly surprising — that they go viral among Americans still hopeful that there remains a shred of competence among those working in the entertainment business.

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‘Crimson Peak’ Review: Stillborn Opulence

Other than his early, simpler genre entries like 1997’s “Mimic” and 2002’s “Blade II,” director Guillermo del Toto leaves me cold. As good as his films always manage to look, there is always something missing. On many levels, del Toro’s