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›  Anti-Trump Marches And Rallies Planned For April 15





Activists are hoping to keep the momentum alive after a weekend of protest marches and rallies aimed at President Donald Trump.


While last weekend’s marches focused on women’s rights, activists on social media are hoping to use a rally on April 15 to pressure the president into releasing his tax returns. 


During the campaign, Trump repeatedly promised to release his returns. However, White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway said on Sunday that he no longer planned to do so because “people don’t care.” 


That inspired the calls for a protest on April 15, which would normally be tax day, but because it falls on a Saturday ? and since Emancipation Day follows ? taxes will actually be due on April 18 this year.


Several people proposed the date on Twitter, and the idea quickly gained steam: 






























































































It’s not clear if anyone has begun the process of securing permits or if the organizers of the Women’s March will endorse the planned Tax Day events.

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›  37 Stunning Photos From Women's Marches Around The World

This weekend will go down in history books as one of solidarity, sisterhood and mass resistance. 


Around the world, on seven different continents, people marched in solidarity with American women to protest President Donald Trump’s sexism, racism and xenophobia ? and the way his rhetoric will be channeled into policy. People from Argentina, Canada, Iraq, Kenya, Poland and more marched to remind the world that women will not stand by quietly when their liberties are at stake. 


Scroll below to see 37 powerful photos from protests around the world. 



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›  In Netflix's Spotty 'The Discovery,' Rooney Mara And Jason Segel Glimpse The Afterlife





Hollywood has long been drawn to the glow of the afterlife, posing what-ifs about reversing misdeeds or seeking philosophical resolutions to the mysteries that await us upon death. In “It’s a Wonderful Life,” the despondent George Bailey realized how different the world would be without him. In the comedy “Heaven Can Wait,” Warren Beatty played a football star trying to escape God’s clutch after an angel pulls his trigger too soon. “Flatliners” found med students running experiments to spot the great beyond. The treacly “What Dreams May Come” presented heaven as a phantasmagoric watercolor painting.


“The Discovery,” which premiered Friday at the Sundance Film Festival and hits Netflix on March 31, blends some of the same tropes that steered the aforementioned movies with the memory-warping sensibilities of “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.” It is a curious litter of ideas that requires a second viewing to fully understand, or so I’m hoping.


Gray skies saturate “The Discovery,” as one might expect from a world in which a scientist’s declaration of a provable afterlife has prompted waves of suicides. Offing yourself is a “convenient way to escape pain,” a loner named Isla (Rooney Mara) tells a loner named Will (Jason Segel), not long before the latter — the son of the prophetic scientist — rescues Isla from the ocean, where she hopes to drown. If bliss or peace or some other ideal is as simple as a self-inflicted gunshot, why not take the bullet? That’s the thinking of some 4 million people who have killed themselves during the two years since the scientist’s “discovery” was announced. The statistic rises constantly. Electronic boards hanging in doctor’s offices and on the otherwise empty ferry where Isla and Will meet tally the suicide toll, next to a cheery disclaimer encouraging everyone to stay alive.





On the other side of Will and Isla’s ferry ride is the scientist’s home, or rather the mansion he bought to house a small tribe of suicide survivors. There, he escapes the prying gaze of the larger world and continues his experimentation. Is he remorseful? Not one bit. Have his followers anointed him something of a cult leader? Maybe. Does he know such theatrics are folly, even if the hypotheses are true? Certainly. Maybe you really can have it all, if you’re a white man with messiah-like qualities. He’s cultivated an army of cronies milling about in jumpsuits, led by his other son (a bedraggled Jesse Plemons, who continues to pick interesting roles post-“Breaking Bad”).


“The Discovery” is a weird little movie, strikingly intimate for a yarn with such grave societal implications. Except for the suicide count and a news report announcing the discovery’s anniversary, we don’t taste the precise breadth of this newfound afterlife, though one can gather it’s resulted in an unravelling of the human condition. The revelation is certainly taking its toll on the mansion’s residents, who are tempted by the secretive and possibly dangerous machine that supposedly demonstrates the afterlife.


When a rogue disciple (Riley Keough), angry that she’s been kept from the device, challenges the scientist’s favored treatment of Isla, she is banished from the grounds. Stay in line, or else your leader can no longer help. From there, the truths of the scientist’s work emerge, cryptically and with life-altering implications. Alternate realities, warped memories, reversed regrets and questions about the will to live bubble up, even if some of them become bigger than McDowell and Justin Lader’s script can handle. Danny Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans’ sniveling score intensifies “The Discovery,” as though exploring its own kinetic limitations while the characters learn more.


The film’s revelations take a toll on the audience, too. To outline too many specifics would be a disservice to “The Discovery,” but the ending is frustratingly confusing. And yet, I still want another shot at cracking it. The story’s what-if tactics befit director Charlie McDowell, who made 2014’s sleek (and far superior) “The One I Love,” in which Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass play a struggling married couple handed an odd opportunity to return to their honeymoon phase, sort of. McDowell sets “The Discovery” on a similar thematic path. Too bad it’s more interested in mood than precision of concept. 


Segel and Mara make an enchanting pair, their hardened eyes softening as a kinship grows. They are each other’s manic pixie dream, drawing out a searching quality that complements those gray skies and confounding themes. Like many movies of its kind, the second half of “The Discovery” rushes to tick off answers to the complicated questions posed. The score crescendoes and the story’s fatalistic future is determined, but Mara and Segel remain grounded. New chapters await their characters. Heaven can wait.


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›  Keke Palmer Accuses Trey Songz Of Using 'Sexual Intimidation' To Get Her In His Video

“Scream Queens” star Keke Palmer has accused Trey Songz of featuring her in his new music video, “Pick Up the Phone,” without her consent.


On Saturday, the actress shared a post on social media in which she alleges Songz ignored her wish to not be included in the video and accused him of using “sexual intimidation.” 


“This is preposterous,” she wrote in an Instagram caption. “How am I in this video Trey? After you found me in a closet HIDING because I was so afraid of anymore conflict. Literally my last option was to hide because you all would not listen when I said I did not want to be in the video the FIRST time. Just cause you give someone food and alcohol and throw in a little sexual intimidation doesn’t mean they will buckle.”


The 23-year-old actress said she was “secretly filmed” for the video, which shows her for a brief moment sitting on the couch using her phone as MikexAngel says, “I palm her p***y like Keke / Like Keke, like Keke.” 


She referenced a few of her previous Instagram posts, in which she called out the entertainment industry’s sexism and misogyny.


“This is the sexism and misogyny I refer to because if I was a dude, he wouldn’t have even tried me like this,” she wrote. “Let this be a lesson to all, I’m not for the bullshit. I’m serious about my business and you will not use my likeness without MY permission. When you in front of a boss you treat them like one, like I treat YOU. NO MEANS NO!!!!!!!”



This is preposterous. How am I in this video Trey? After you found me in a closet HIDING because I was so afraid of anymore conflict. Literally my last option was to hide because you all would not listen when I said I did not want to be in the video the FIRST time. Just cause you give someone food and alcohol and throw in a little sexual intimidation doesn't mean they will buckle. Yet, you still disrespected me as a young women, whom you've known since she was TWELVE. YOU STILL, defied my wishes and in turn showed your lack of respect for a brand that took me fourteen years to build and put me in the video against my wishes. Come on bruh, I clearly said no and you said okay, yet I was being secretly filmed when you told me "let me just show you the idea"?? Wow. This is what I'm referring to in my previous post, this is the sexism and misogyny I refer to because if I was a dude, he wouldn't have even tried me like this. Let this be a lesson to all, I'm not for the bullshit. I'm serious about my business and you will not use my likeness without MY permission. When you in front of a boss you treat them like one, like I treat YOU. NO MEANS NO!!!!!!! People have to listen to women and stop questioning them and their intelligence. Speak up, cause when you look someone in the face and they say "I understand. You don't have to feel pressured to do the video" and they STILL put you in it, it is a violation. It would be great to be able to handle these things privately but why when they aren't respected?

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Following her initial post, Palmer shared two videos in which she described the alleged secret filming, which she said happened at a party hosted by Songz. She also responded to a couple of people on Twitter, reiterating her story. 






Later that night, Songz seemingly responded to the accusations with a few tweets. Though he didn’t use her name, it appears he was referring to Palmer, claiming, “Babygirl buggin. Point blank period. Got my number, coulda called, saw the cameras and the lights, heard action.” 










Neither party has commented further, but The Huffington Post has reached out to representatives for Palmer and Songz, and will update this post accordingly. 

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›  M. Night Shyamalan's 'Split' Defeats 'Return Of Xander Cage' At The Weekend Box Office






LOS ANGELES, Jan 22 (Variety.com) - M. Night Shyamalan’s “Split” has turned into a horror hit with a surprisingly strong $40.2 million in its opening weekend at 3,038 North American locations.


“Split,” starring James McAvoy as a man with 24 different personalities, performed far above recent expectations for Universal and Blumhouse. It easily topped the 2015 launch of Shyamalan’s found-footage horror movie “The Visit,” which scored an opening weekend of $25.4 million.


“Split” doubled Vin Diesel’s launch of “xXx: Return of Xander Cage,” which is heading for a second-place finish for Paramount with $20 million at 3,651 sites ? in line with recent forecasts. Fox’s historical drama “Hidden Figures” maintained its impressive performance in third with $16.3 million at 3,416 theaters for a domestic total of $84.2 million.


Michael Keaton’s biopic “The Founder” showed little traction for the Weinstein Company with a modest $3.8 million weekend at 1,115 locations.








Shyamalan produced and directed “Split” from his own script in which McAvoy’s multiple characters capture three young women and hold them hostage. The movie, which costs under $10 million, generated the fourth-highest opening for a Shyamalan title following “Signs” with $60 million, “The Village” with $50.7 million, and “The Last Airbender” with $40.3 million.


“Split” carries a 76% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, with McAvoy’s performance receiving strong reviews. Shyamalan is self-financing the project and re-teamed with horror specialist Jason Blum and his Blumhouse Productions after collaborating on “The Visit,” which grossed nearly $100 million worldwide on a $5 million budget.


“Xander Cage” stars Diesel as a skilled government operative character who debuted in the 2002 movie “xXx.” The film also stars Samuel L. Jackson, Donnie Yen, Deepika Padukone, Ruby Rose, Kris Wu, and Nina Dobrev.


D.J. Caruso directs from a script by F. Scott Frazier, which centers on Diesel’s Xander Cage coming out of self-imposed exile in a race to recover a seemingly unstoppable weapon known as Pandora’s Box.


“Xander Cage” has an $85 million budget with backing from Chinese companies Huahua Media and Shanghai Film Group, which limits Paramount’s exposure to about 50%. Paramount and the two companies announced a three-year $1 billion co-financing deal on Thursday.


“Hidden Figures,” which won the first two weekends of 2017, held well with a 22% decline during the three days. The drama may be a major beneficiary from Tuesday’s Academy Awards nominations.


Illumination-Universal’s fifth weekend of “Sing” led the rest of the pack in fourth with $9 million at 3,193 locations for a 33-day take of $249.4 million. Lionsgate’s awards contender “La La Land” finished a close fifth with $8.4 million at 1,865 sites to push its total to nearly $90 million.



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›  'SNL' Bids Obama Farewell With Touching Rendition Of 'To Sir, With Love'



On the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration, “Saturday Night Live” bid farewell to Barack Obama with a touching musical number. 


Cecily Strong kicked off the performance, singing “To Sir, With Love” as she stood in front of a large photo of Obama. Fellow cast member Sasheer Zamata joined in for the second half of the song, which was slightly modified from the 1967 original. 


The duo sang, “And as you leave / I know that I am losing my best friend / A friend who taught me right from wrong / And weak from strong / That’s a lot to learn / What, what can I give you in return?” 


They then pulled out a coffee mug for Obama that read, “World’s Best President.” Because nothing says “thank you” quite like a slogan mug. 

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›  Aziz Ansari Offers Donald Trump Simple Advice On Combating Hate Crimes



Aziz Ansari got political during his opening monologue on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend.


The comedian used his signature wit to raise some thought-provoking points about the election of Donald Trump. He presented an explanation for why so many people voted for the reality star-turned-politician, warning everyone else to “be careful” not to demonize Trump’s supporters by calling them all racists, misogynists and xenophobes.  


“I’m sure there’s some people that have different political priorities. I’m sure there’s some people that voted for him with reservations,” he said. “I’m sure there’s a lot of people that voted for Trump the same way a lot of people listen to the music of Chris Brown.” 


“It’s like, ‘Hey man, I’m just here for the tunes. I don’t know about that other stuff. I just like the dancing and the music. I don’t condone the extracurriculars,’” he joked, before dubbing Trump “the Chris Brown of politics.” 


Along with his jokes, Ansari assured everyone that “as long as we treat each other with respect, and remember that ultimately, we’re all Americans, we’ll be fine.” 


He then went on to talk about racism in our country and the emergence of what he referred to as “the lowercase kkk” ? a group of people who are growing more comfortable with expressing xenophobia. Ansari also addressed the wave of hate crimes that flooded the nation following Trump’s election and how the entertainment industry amplifies people’s fears about Islam. 


Finally, he offered up some advice for the president .


“I think Trump should make a speech. A real speech denouncing the lowercase kkk,” Ansari said. “Don’t tweet about me being lame or the show being lame. Write a speech. A real speech. Because these people are out there and it’s pissing people off. And I think he could make a difference.” 


That’s not bad advice. 

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›  ?SNL? Uses 'Chicago'-Style Skit To Explain Why Kellyanne Conway Joined Trump?s Campaign



 


Kellyanne Conway got a musical makeover on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend. 


The skit began with Conway (played wonderfully by Kate McKinnon) speaking to CNN’s Jake Tapper (Beck Bennett) about President Donald Trump and his relationship with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. Instead of answering the questions clearly, McKinnon’s Conway annoys Bennett’s Tapper by focusing on the fact that Trump won the election. 


When Tapper questions Conway’s motivations for joining the campaign, the White House counselor initially says she thinks Trump will be “president for all people.”


But then she unleashes her inner Roxie Hart from “Chicago” and sings about her true desire: fame. She launches into a spot-on parody of “Roxie (The Name On Everybody’s Lips),” singing lines like, “The name on everybody’s lips is gonna be... Conway!” and “Who says that lying’s not an art?”


Watch the whole thing above. 

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›  Brandi Glanville dishes on her friendship with Kim Richards


Brandi Glanville stopped by the brand new BUILD Series NYC studio at 692 Broadway to discuss her reality show, "My Kitchen Rules."

The unscripted cooking series pits celebrity duos against each other as they cook and critique each other's food in Hollywood homes. Who is Brandi paired with? "Oh, our spouses fucked each other," says Brandi in the show's trailer. Brandi's partner is Chef Dean Sheremet. Brandi reached out to her "ex-husband's wife's ex-husband" after booking the show because she is a, in her own words, "shit-stirrer."

Fans of Bravo franchise "The Real Housewives" know Brandi from her stint on the Beverly Hills series. Brandi dished a little on the show at BUILD Series, including which housewife she is besties with in 2017. "I will always be a part of it. Not only because they flashback to me every fucking week. Is there a flashback check?"





For longtime Housewives fans, you might be surprised to hear Brandi is closest with Kim Richards. "Kim's my neighbor, we live very close. I see her all the time." Brandi also noted she is closer with Andy Cohen now that she is not working under him. When asked which housewife she was closest to, she discussed her friendship with Kim in greater detail. "I'm close with Kim. Yolanda and I are friendly, we text over birthdays and holidays, she's not in Los Angeles much anymore. I see Kim all the time. She's doing really well and I'm really happy for her."

Brandi then shared a hilarious story about introducing your loved ones to a new lover. "[Kim Richards] was the first person to meet my new boyfriend. We were driving over to his place and I had to pull over and throw up because I was having a panic attack. I was worried, you know, Kim says some crazy shit and DJ is very normal. Boyfriend, the whole word, makes me ahh."

Watch Brandi's entire BUILD Series talk on aol.com/BUILD



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›  Hope Permeates Sundance As Celebrities Join Thousands For Women's March





“Hello, all you pussies,” Maria Bello exclaimed as she took the microphone at the Sundance Film Festival’s women’s march on Saturday. An already spirited crowd swelled at her invocation.


Miles from Washington, where a gargantuan protest was unfolding, snow covered the ground but fire filled the air. Thousands of festivalgoers and Park City locals took a break from seeing movies to storm Sundance’s downtown hub in solidarity with nationwide demonstrations. Traffic delays stalled movement throughout the Utah town, but bright spirits prevailed.


Protesters ambling down Main Street waved signs, banged drums and chanted the refrain of Bob Marley’s “Get Up, Stand Up” in the name of equality. At one point, a woman behind me proclaimed to her companion, “I feel so united with everyone. I feel like smiling. I feel so happy.”



Sundance is, of course, a watering hole for movie stars, and Hollywood made a grand showing at the march. Chelsea Handler led the rally, which was independent of the festival’s organizers, and was joined by the likes of Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron, Laura Dern, Jessica Williams, Connie Britton, Benjamin Bratt, Kevin Bacon, John Legend, Aisha Tyler, Jennifer Beals and Joshua Jackson.


“This isn’t 1917 ? this is 2017,” Handler said in her speech. “We shouldn’t have to fight for progress we’ve already made, but we’re ready to. It’s our duty to take care of the next generation and to ensure that our children have the same access to the essential services that we all did.” 






Meryl Streep was there in spirit: Festival director John Cooper was among many sporting “I’M WITH MERYL” stickers, and the crowd went wild when Bello said Streep’s political Golden Globe speech helped her out of her post-election stupor.


But for such a star-studded gathering, celebrities were hardly the morning’s highlight. There was a widespread sense of community as protesters huddled together, the Park City mountains providing a picturesque backdrop. Volunteers handed out bagels and miniature American flags. Strangers offered one another help through the slush and snow. Even a few dogs attended the event, including one wearing a sign that read “STRONGER TOGETHER.” 


The most surprising element? Humor. As speakers urged protesters to fight for human rights, the crowd was moved to laughter again and again. It was a two-hour church service for the worried, with hopeful benedictions all around. 


“My ancestors were slaves,” Williams said while addressing the congregation. “Williams is my last name, but it is not my real name ? it is my slave name. I am my ancestors’ dream. They fought for me to be able to stand up here in the cold-ass snow in front of a bunch of white people wearing UGGs.”



As I left the march to catch a movie, stragglers holding signs wandered through the streets nearby. People joked and carried on, seemingly encouraged that the conviviality they felt would result in continued resistance. As the day continued, the good mood seemed to cover Park City and provide a welcome, if temporary, reprieve from the festival’s dour aura on the eve of President Donald Trump’s inauguration.

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›  "The Resurrection of Gavin Stone" Relies On the Charm of Actor Brett Dalton
Movie Review - Jackie K Cooper
"The Resurrection of Gavin Stone" (High Top Releasing)

"The Resurrection of Gavin Stone" is a faith based film playing in a thousand or more theaters. It has no big name actors so being "faith based" is its only drawing card. Brett Dalton is the star of this movie and he is very good in the title role of Gavin Stone. He creates a character full of brashness, cockiness and charm. His performance alone is worth attending this movie. If this was a mainstream movie it would propel him to stardom.

At the start of the movie former child star Gavin Stone has finally partied to such an extent the law can't look the other way. His antics have gotten him some two hundred plus hours of community service which he will serve out in his hometown in Illinois. He will serve these hours at a local church, pastored by Allen Richardson (D B Sweeney). His father (Neil Flynn) has agreed to him have having his old room back at his home.

His first day is spent mopping floors but then he learns of a play about the life of Christ being produced at the church. Knowing no one can do the part better, he volunteers to take on the role. The pastor's daughter, Kelly (Anjelah Johnson-Reyes), is directing the play and she reluctantly agrees to this.

As Gavin goes through the rehearsals the impact of the role begins to affect him. The way he is changed and the way he changes others is the heart of the film. It is told and shown in a simplistic manner and because of Dalton's charm and charisma as Gavin Stone, it is all believable.

D B Sweeney has had a fairly long career in movies. Thus his presence as the pastor lends a touch of authenticity to the film. This is seconded by the appearance of Flynn as Gavin's father. Flynn is currently portraying Mike Heck, the father on ABC's "The Middle".

Johnson-Reyes pays the love interest in the movie. She is a competent actress but it takes a while for her to grow on you as Kelly. Just when you have about given up on any sparks between these two leads, Johnson-Reyes breaks out of her shell and brings life to her role. She is still out charmed by Dalton but she is at least in the race.

The movie is rated PG and who knows why. There is no profanity, no sex, no nudity and no violence.

Faith based movies have become very popular in certain parts of our country. They are low budgeted and if they strike the right chord with the Christian community they make a good bit of money. If people hear of the charm of Dalton's performance this one could do alright for itself.

I scored "The Resurrection of Gavin Stone" a religious 6 out of 10.

Jackie K Cooper
www.jackiekcooper.com

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