Vanity Fair – Hollywood’s Eat-the-Rich Satires Need Sharper Teeth

Hollywood’s Eat-the-Rich Satires Need Sharper Teeth

Knives are out in ‘Glass Onion,’ ‘The White Lotus,’ ‘The Menu,’ and more, but too few creators go in for the kill.

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Whoopi Goldberg Apologizes (Again) For Making Errant Comments About the Holocaust (Again)

“I’m still learning a lot and believe me, I heard everything everyone said to me,” she said about this latest round.

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Meadows Goes Up In Flames: Hutchinson Claims She Watched Him Burn Documents “Roughly A Dozen Times”

The former aide’s testimony details meetings with Rep. Scott Perry before records were burned.

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Ryan Seacrest Shares Sober Thoughts About CNN’s Boozy NYE History

Last year’s overheard diss against Journey was apparently the final straw.

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House of Representatives Bans TikTok on Staff Phones

Effective immediately, House staff are forbidden from downloading the app. A memo cites security concerns.

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How ‘The Lion King’ Has Captivated Broadway For 25 Years

To celebrate 25 years of ‘The Lion King’ On Broadway, go behind the curtain with the creators as they break down the craftsmanship and artistry behind every aspect of the long-running musical. From operating over 200 puppets to dressing the actors in roughly 2000 costume pieces each night, see how ‘The Lion King’ has captivated audiences for 25 years.

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