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    Trailer Watch: Sorkin's 'The Newsroom' Punches America in the Face

    Keith Olbermann anyone? Actually, Jeff Daniels' news anchor, at the start of Aaron Sorkin's new HBO series "The Newsroom" (June 24), is an upstanding objective news anchor without political bias until he completely loses it--under video grilling that goes viral. Like Peter Finch in...

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    Art for the 99%: L.A. Artists, Funny or Die to Define Movement via Sweeping Cultural Event

    If the 99% movement had an outstanding issue, it was defining themselves. The "All in for the 99%" hopes to change that on March 31 by showcasing art, music, and cultural activism that speaks to the 99%.

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    Sean Penn to Receive Peace Summit Award for Work In Haiti, Thrilled to Represent it to Youth & Women of The World

    When twenty Nobel Peace Laureates meet in Chicago for their twelfth World Summit, they will award Sean Penn with the annual Peace Summit Award in recognition of his work as founder and CEO of the J/P Haitian Relief Organization, which aids the victims of the 2010 earthquake, as well as for his ongoi...

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    Walking the Walk and Talking the Talk: Meryl Streep Saluting Hillary Clinton

    Check out this AWESOME video of Meryl Streep introducing Hillary Clinton at the Women in the World Summit in NYC this past weekend.

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    Video: Jon Stewart Solves the 'John Carter' Problem with Kony 2012

    Two popular news topics converge - the "John Carter" Disney disaster, and Kony 2012 vs. the media. Watch Jon Stewart solve one of the problems below:

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    Angelina Jolie Praises Invisible Children, Hates Joseph Kony, Films 'Maleficent' in June (Video)

    Angelina Jolie tells The Telegraph that Invisible Children has "been a wonderful movement for a long time," and she supports their KONY 2012 video raising awareness in young people...

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    Viola Davis to Play Congresswoman Barbara Jordan

    Maybe this could be the one to put Viola Davis up on the stage on Oscar night with a win in her column.  Several reports state that Davis is circling to star in and produce a biopic on the trailblazing Texas Congresswoman -- Barbara Jordan.  Jordan was a  leader in the civil rights mo...

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    Hollywood Feminist of the Day: Garry Trudeau

    A big shout out to the funny guys on TV like John Stewart and Stephen Colbert -- who are standing up for women's rights during this absurd period where the right wing thinks its possible to push back the clock and take away our rights.  

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    Trailer Watch: President Obama's 'The Road We've Traveled' from Doc Director Davis Guggenheim

    Obama-Biden 2012 has released a trailer for the 17-minute film "The Road We've Traveled," directed by Davis Guggenheim ("An Inconvenient Truth," "Waiting for Superman"), narrated by Tom Hanks...

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    Watch Pitt & Clooney in Dustin Lance Black's '8'; Complete Play & Reviews

    On March 3, Los Angeles' Wilshire Ebell Theater was treated to a star-filled reading of Dustin Lance Black's play, "8," about the Federal District Court's trial to overturn Proposition 8. The benefit was presented by the American Foundation for Equal Rights and Broadway Impact...

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