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Jon Voight: Trump Wins 2020, Democrats "Have No Heroes Today"

Veteran actor Jon Voight, a perpetual Trump supporter, believes Democrats will not take the White House back to 2020, arguing that they "no longer represent America" ​​and have been turned into something negative since the 1960s. Talk to The Hollywood Reporter (THR) and told Voight that the Democratic Party has turned into something he never thought possible and said they …

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The Masked Singer Unmasks the Eagle

Fox The Eagle has landed. Sort of. The Masked Singer unmasked its fourth singer tonight, and it was none other than Dr. Drew Pinksy, who had worked with panelists Jenny McCarthy and Ken Jeong multiple times, but no one was able to guess him. Dr. Drew, who was dressed as the Eagle, lost out in a battle against the Penguin, …

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Reese Witherspoon and Kristen Bell, Susan Sarandon in battle over Ellen DeGener's plea for liveliness

Actresses Reese Witherspoon, Susan Sarandon and Kristen Bell talk about Ellen DeGenere's recent comments about former President George W. Bush – but in very different ways. This weekend, DeGeneres, 61, took to the social media heat to attend a Dallas Cowboys game with Bush, 73. In Tuesday's episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," DeGeneres addressed the backlash. ELLEN DEGENERES BARS …

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Kevin Hart Easing Back in Work to Promote "Jumanji" Crash After Car

Exclusive details TMZ.com Kevin Hart returns to his famous "Hustle Hart" mode after his horrific car accident – but he does not rush into anything intense – like full action scenes – Just yet. Sources linked to Kevin tell TMZ … he has reported working this week to market the upcoming "Jumanji" follower in a new marketing campaign, which clearly …

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Ellen DeGeneres, George W. Bush, and Death of Uncritical Fineness

On Sunday, Ellen DeGeneres spent her afternoon in a luxury boxing at a Texas football game, watching the Dallas Cowboys play the Green Bay Packers and laughing cheerfully beside former President George W. Bush. The TV cameras panicked over the couple sitting together, apparently in the middle of a friendly exchange, and on social media people were outraged. Ellen is …

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In the Tall Grass director Vincenzo Natali knows if Stephen King read his script

Vincenzo Natali is the kind of director who makes the cult movie-steeped audiences swoon at Austin's annual Fantastic Fest. He has a household name, but his distinctive, creative low-budget genre movies have earned him a strong reputation among the kind of people who can list off a dozen Dario Argento movies without checking the internet. Natali's 1997 indie movie Cube …

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