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In September, President Donald Trump’s administration announced they were rescinding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA program, affecting hundreds of thousands of young immigrants for whom the United States is home. However, the program hasn’t been rescinded yet, but the rights of those already admitted under the act are currently unclear. Advertisement –
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FX, Netflix, Freeform, TNT 1 The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Amazon (November 29) Look, we’ve been waiting to lay eyes on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel for a while: The combination of Amy Sherman-Palladino at the helm and a housewife who breaks free of domestic life (and the most feckless husband imaginable) will make for breezy comedy
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GettyMark Davis + Luca Teuchmann + WireImage Jennifer Lawrence and Darren Aronofsky have broken up, Entertainment Tonight is reporting via multiple sources. The two dated for about a year after working on Mother!, the Aronofsky directed horror thriller starring Lawrence. The split happened last month and was amicable, reports say. The two were last together
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1 of 30 Alex Watson Alex Watson almost looks more like Emma Watson than Emma Watson in this photo. Following in his older sister’s footsteps, Alex landed his first modeling gig as the face for Burberry back in 2010. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 2 of 30 Peter Nyong’o Besides the fact that he appeared
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Back in January, one day after Bella Hadid’s ex The Weeknd and Selena Gomez were photographed making out, Hadid quietly unfollowed Gomez on Instagram, suggesting there was some drama between them. Hadid’s mother confirmed so much months later, saying Hadid was hurt initially by Abelena. But last night on Instagram, the model may have just
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Krysten Ritter grabs my hand and pulls it towards her. But the actress—whose black-as-hell hair and mad-as-hell scowl have graced darkly dramatic shows like Jessica Jones and Breaking Bad—isn’t trying to tell my fortune or, like, fight me. She’s just trying to make me smell nice. “Let me give you a little dab. Oh, that’s
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Merie Wallace/Courtesy of A24 “I love the in-between moments,” Greta Gerwig says about crafting a film’s atmosphere, as we sit in the mid-afternoon quiet of a Greenwich Village trattoria. “Of course, there are moments that are inherently dramatic, but it’s also the car ride to them I find interesting.” In fact, Gerwig’s solo debut as
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Mudbound Courtesy of Netflix Advertisement – Continue Reading Below In Mudbound, the searing second feature by director and cowriter Dee Rees (Pariah), you feel the Mississippi Delta’s damp dirt between your toes from the first frame. A powerful cast led by Carey Mulligan, Garrett Hedlund, and Mary J. Blige draws you into a Southern Gothic