KTLA — A new poll shows Oprah Winfrey with a double-digit lead over President Donald Trump in a would-be 2020 general election race, with 50% support to his 39%. About one-in-ten voters are undecided. But it's not all good news for Oprah fans. The NPR/NewsHour/Marist survey found that 54% of voters said they did not want to see her enter the presidential fray. Only 35% favored a bid. That number is a bit higher among Democrats, at 47%, but hardly suggests a gimme of a primary race.
Alternet — Adults could possess and grow small amounts of pot, but there would be no pot shops—for now. The Vermont Senate Wednesday took a final vote on a bill that would legalize the possession and cultivation of small amounts of marijuana, but not taxed and regulated sales. Gov. Phil Scott has said he will sign the bill into law.If and when he does, Vermont will become the first state to have legalized marijuana through the legislative process. Eight states and the District of Columbia have already...
Extra — Oscar Isaacs and Elvira Lind appear to have taken the next big step in their relationship!
YES! Magazine — Maybe journalists will watch those old-timers with their glorious combovers and remember their own responsibility and power.
Mail Online — James Franco chose to skip the ceremony at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica on Thursday night in the wake of the sexual misconduct allegations leveled against him this week.
memeorandum — From Kansas City Star. View the full context on memeorandum.
Looper — Dwayne Johnson has landed another box office win.
Dailyrecord.co.uk — Multiple Oscar winner Streep relishes her role in Spielberg blockbuster The Post as it tackles issues she feels strongly about - and she has an ally in co-star Tom Hanks.
Vulture — As we enter week two of RHONJ’s trip to Milan, I’m happy to report the city is still standing.
allAfrica.com — Creative Artists Agency (CAA) in Los Angeles, the world's leading entertainment and sports agency, has signed South African filmmaker John Trengove.
The Criterion Collection — “There’s topical, there’s timely, and then there’s The Post, which feels less like a historical thriller set in 1971 than it does an exhilarating caricature of the year 2017,” begins David Ehrlich at IndieWire. “While Steven Spielberg’s latest . . .
Irishexaminer.com — There’s a famously difficult move in freestyle skiing called a ‘cork’, a fact that particularly tickles Brendan Newby.
Movie TV Tech Geeks News — Nominations for the 75th Golden Globes awards hit with Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water and Steven Spielberg's The Paper leading the charge of nominations. Full list of winners and breakdown included.
memeorandum — By Avery Anapol / The Hill. View the full context on memeorandum.
fox8.com — LOS ANGELES-- The 75th Golden Globe Awards were held Sunday. Winners are indicated by an asterisk and the word WINNER. Movies Best Motion Picture - Drama "Call Me by Your Name" "Dunkirk" "The Post" "The Shape of Water" "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" *WINNER Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy
Salon — Trump protesters say there were prosecuted because they were anti-Trump
Variety — Disney-Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is showing plenty of force at mulitplexes worldwide with $745.4 million globally as of Sunday. The North American take has hit $365 m…
Power Line — There's fake news and there's non-news. Between the two, they account for way too much of what the mainstream media reports. Here's an example of non-news. The Washington Post tells us that 'Tom Hanks would vote no to attending a screening of ‘The Post’ at the White House.' 'The Post' is Hollywood's homage to the Washington Post for publishing the Pentagon Papers decades ago. Tinseltown hoped, through this vehicle, to
Alternet — Spielberg's latest film tinkers with the truth in service of celebrating journalism. When I heard Ben Bradlee himself tell the story at the heart of Steven Spielberg’s new movie, The Post, he shook his head in disgust. In retirement, the former editor would occasionally hold forth in the Washington Post newsroom where I worked, retailing his favorite anecdotes—of which the Pentagon Papers was clearly not a favorite.
2018 Golden Globe TV predictions: Jude Law (‘The Young Pope’) could pull off a holy upset, say our top users
Goldderby — The Golden Globe race for Best TV Movie/Limited Series Actor is wide open given the absence of Riz Ahmed (“The Night Of”). Ahmed just won the Emmy in September, but “The Night Of&…
Consequence of Sound — Rapid declines in the number of downloaded songs have prompted the hastened timeline.
Twin Cities — MOVIES OPENING IN THEATERS > Friday, Jan. 12 “The Commuter”: Liam Neeson has a particular set of skills, and this time he uses them on a train. PG-13 “Paddington 2”: That…