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ET Obsessions: ‘Mudbound,’ ‘Jane the Virgin’ Companion Novel and More!

Why We’re Obsessed With ‘Mudbound’ Mudbound follows two families — the McAllans and the Jacksons — as they deal with the effects of war, race and poverty in a 1940s Mississippi Delta. Anchored by an impressive cast, including Carey Mulligan, Garrett Hedlund, Jason Mitchell, Jason Clarke and a standout performance by Mary J. Blige, and directed by Dee Rees, this film ...

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‘Jane The Virgin’ Boss on Season 4’s Exploration of Bisexuality and Releasing Jane’s Novel

SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched the Nov. 10 episode of “Jane The Virgin,” entitled “Chapter Sixty-Nine.” Jane Gloriana Villanueva (Gina Rodriguez) is all grown-up and about to become a published author. The single mother’s debut novel, a romance tale based on her relationship with Michael (Brett Dier), is about to hit shelves not only on ...

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‘Jane the Virgin’ Star Jaime Camil’s Latest Gig: Playing a Monster in Augmented Reality

U.S. audiences may best know Jaime Camil for his role as Rogelio de la Vega, the dad slash telenovela star in The CW’s “Jane the Virgin.” But for his latest act, Camil embraced a completely new medium, and voiced a Spanish-speaking monster called Mo in an augmented reality game that’s part of the Osmo franchise of games. “Monster en Español,” as the ...

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‘Jane’ Takes Top Prize at Second Annual Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards

November 2, 2017 5:28PM PT The Broadcast Film Critics Association has announced the winners of the Second Annual Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards, with Brett Morgen’s Jane Goodall biopic “Jane” taking the top honors. Filmmaker Joe Berlinger was honored with the critics’ choice impact award and filmmaker Errol Morris was presented with the critics’ choice lifetime achievement award. Clive Davis doc ...

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Janet Mock Talks Jane Fonda, Harvey Weinstein, and the Spirit of the 'Resist' Movement (Exclusive)

“What I respect so much about Jane Fonda, who has always been a truth teller, is that she uses her mantle as a famous white cisgender straight woman to say, ‘This is messed up. These abuses are going on everywhere,’” Mock said.   Ultimately, Mock hopes that the influx of those sharing sexual harassment and abuse stories will have a ...

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Listen to Against Me!’s Laura Jane Grace Cover the “Squidbillies” Theme Song

Against Me!’s Laura Jane Grace has covered the theme song for Adult Swim’s cartoon “Squidbillies.” Hear it below. In a behind-the-scenes video of the recording, Grace laughs and says, “It’s fun to sing that line of ‘Take all you sons of bitches when I go.’” Check that out below, too (via Alternative Press). “Squidbillies” is in the midst of its ...

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Jane Fonda Feels 'Ashamed' For Not Speaking Out on Harvey Weinstein, Emma Thompson Calls Him a 'Predator'

“[He’s] at the top of the ladder of a system of harassment, and belittling, and bullying, and interference, and what my mother would have referred to in the old days as ‘pestering,'” Thompson said.  “This has been part of our world, women’s world, since time immemorial. So what we need to start talking about is the crisis in masculinity, the crisis ...

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