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Actor and Eastern Congo Initiative Founder Ben Affleck, left, testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014, before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on the Congo. Raymond Gilpin, Academic Dean of the Africa Center for Strategic Studies at the National Defense University, center, and former U.S. Ambassador …

13 Times Harveywood Celebs Stormed Capitol Hill Demanding Federal Action for a Cause

Congress has yet to announce whether it will conduct an investigation into or hearings on the systemic sexual abuse permeating Hollywood culture in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal. However, many celebrities have descended upon the nation’s capital to advocate and/or shine a light on their personal causes.

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Box Office: ‘Suicide Squad’ Plummets, ‘Sausage Party’ Eats Up $34M

Warner Bros./DC’s Suicide Squad took a deep nosedive in its second weekend of release while Seth Rogen and Sony’s raunchy Sausage Party became the highest-grossing animated release ever for August and Disney’s reboot of Pete’s Dragon stumbled out of the gate at the box office this weekend.

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Super Bowl 50 Commercials: Best and Worst

For a lot of those watching Sunday evening’s Super Bowl 50, the commercial breaks offered more excitement than the on-field matchup between Peyton Manning’s Broncos and Cam Newton’s Panthers. Check out some of the best and worst Super Bowl 50 spots.

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Blowhard Box Office Blowback: ‘Mockingjay’ Underperforms; Seth Rogen, Julia Roberts Tank

Arrogant, big-mouthed, divisive Hollywood blowhards took a massive hit at the American box office this weekend. The highly-anticipated fourth and final chapter of “The Hunger Games” should have been bullet-proof. But after star Jennifer Lawrence used the film’s publicity tour to trash Christians and Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, “Mockingjay – Part 2” is under-performing in a way no box office analyst had predicted.

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America Says ‘F*ck You Back’ To Seth Rogen: ‘Steve Jobs’ Bombs at Box Office

“Steve Jobs” didn’t just bomb this weekend, it BOMBED. Although director Danny Boyle’s biopic sits in nearly 2500 theaters and was predicted to clear around $12 million, according to Deadline, by Monday the $30 million film (closer to $60 million with distribution costs) will bottom out at $7 million.