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Month: February 2021

Jonah Hill takes to Instagram to sound off about body image after Daily Mail publishes surfing pictures

Jonah Hill has opened up about body image insecurities after the Daily Mail newspaper published photographs of the actor surfing in Malibu, California. The recent photographs included side-by-side images of Hill changing shirtless and another in his surfing wetsuit. The “Superbad” actor shared the images on Instagram with a heartfelt caption referencing insecurities about his

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Cuomo changes plan and asks New York attorney general and chief judge to select independent lawyer to review sexual harassment claims

New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office has asked the New York attorney general and the chief judge of the court of appeals to jointly select an independent attorney to conduct “a thorough review” of sexual harassment claims against the governor. “The Governor’s Office wants a review of the sexual harassment claims made against the

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White House and Democrats defend House passing Covid-19 relief package without GOP support

The White House and congressional Democrats on Sunday defended the House’s passage of President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package without any Republican support, arguing the Senate must now move quickly on the proposal to address the economic crisis caused by the pandemic. White House press secretary Jen Psaki told CNN’s Dana Bash on

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ONU: Policía y ejército de Myanmar mataron a por lo menos 18 personas tras abrir fuego contra manifestantes

(CNN) — Al menos 18 personas murieron y más de 30 resultaron heridas en Myanmar el domingo cuando la policía y las fuerzas militares «se enfrentaron a manifestaciones pacíficas», dijo la Oficina de Derechos Humanos de la ONU. Las víctimas reportadas hacen del domingo el día más mortífero desde que los militares tomaron el poder

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How long should movies be in theaters before streaming? Hollywood is trying to find out

With the movie business upended during the pandemic and tilting more towards streaming than cineplexes, Hollywood is rethinking its business model. One significant debate is how long a gap there should be between a film’s theatrical release and its availability on streaming services. Although some studios have tried releasing films simultaneously in theaters and on

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Psaki: ‘More effective ways’ to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for Khashoggi’s murder than sanctioning crown prince

White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Sunday defended the Biden administration’s decision to not directly sanction Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the brutal death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, saying there are “more effective ways” to hold Saudi Arabia accountable for the killing. “We believe there is more effective ways to make sure this

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