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Netflix Adds Daniel Radcliffe to Interactive Special

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt will get a cup of magic for his upcoming interactive special. set to be released in 2020. According to Variety the special will follow Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) set off on her biggest adventure yet across three states. Similar to the streaming service Black Mirror: Bandersnatch movie and other interactive series, viewers will have the chance to make …

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Author Nicholas Sparks accused of banning a LGBT club at Christian School was founded

Romance novelist Nicholas Sparks ("The Notebook") has come under fire to found a Christian school that promotes biblical views on sexual morality. According to The Daily Beast, 2006, Sparks helped find a prep school in New Bern, North Carolina, called the Epiphany School of Global Studies, which sought to become a "faith-based academy focusing on world-wide emphasis on language learning, …

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Edith Gonzalez, the telenovela star, died at 54 after the 3-year cancer fight

Mexican soap opera star Edith González died after three years of fighting against cancer on Thursday. She was 54 years old. González telenovela credits include "Corazón Salvaje", "Mujer de Madera", "Doña Barbara", "Palabra de Mujer", "Las Bravo" and "Eva la Trailera." LEW KLEIN, "AMERICAN TIRES" PRODUCER AND FOUNDER OF NATPE, DIES AT 91 The National Affiliate Association confirmed her death …

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"Spider-Man: Far From Home" Eyes $ 170M + Box Office Bow Due to "Avengers: Endgame" Halo – Deadline

Sweaty Sony is suitable for enduring this weekend with the potential underperformance But in Black: International will be extremely relieved in less than three weeks when their Marvel Cinematic Universe co-production Spider-Man: Far from Home sets the summer back on track with a [1704500] $ 170M-plus opening over six days. And there is a great deal of historical and current …

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Nicholas Sparks Disputes Anti-Gay Claims; Broadway Preps For Notebook – Deadline

For the second time in recent months, real-world controversy has visited the make-believe world of Broadway musicals Nicholas Sparks, whose 1996 novel The Notebook is being turned into a Broadway musical by, among others, playwright and This Is Us producer Bekah Brunstetter, was slammed in a daily beast article today for seemingly anti-gay emails sent to the forms headmaster of …

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