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Many people have fond memories of hearing Boris Karloff voice Dr. Seuss' classic character the Grinch in the animated television show How the Grinch Stole Christmas, directed by Chuck Jones. More recently, Jim Carrey memorably embodied the grouchy character in Ron Howard's same-titled live-action version in 2000, which won a lot of new Grinch fans.

Now a new animated feature version is heading to theaters and it looks like it will be great fun to watch with the whole family. As…

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Latest ‘South Park’ Episode Calls for the Cancellation of ‘The Simpsons’

South Park called out The Simpsons on its latest episode, describing it as a series with “bigotry and hate” before closing with a #CancelTheSimpsons hashtag. The episode featured the acclaimed Mr. Hankey character on trial defending his offensive tweets, mocking the Brett Kavanaugh case.

After blaming the tweets on Ambien similarly to Roseanne Barr’s statements earlier this year following the cancellation of her show, the Christmas Poo is sentenced to leave town. He’s sent somewhere “that accepts racist, awful beings like him,” with people who “don’t care about bigotry and hate,” and that place ends up being The Simpsons‘ Springfield.

He’s welcomed by Apu speaking in a stereotypical voice, a callback to a documentary about the show and the character called The Problem With Apu, which calls out the show’s crude depiction of his nationality. Even the episode’s name “The Problem With A Poo,” is a reference to the doc. Simpsons‘ showrunner Al Jean spoke to THR about the ending, stating he knows it was all in good fun and a show of respect to the series.

“It’s actually in favor of us saying people are too critical,” Jean stated. “Hari Kondabalu [the writer/star of the documentary] tweeted he thought they agreed with him but pulled the comments showing he was wrong. All season the show has had a #cancelsouthpark hashtag so my response (which I tweeted) is: #pleasedontcancelsouthpark.”

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Common, Regina Hall, and Russell Hornsby Share Lessons from ‘The Hate U Give’

Based on the book by Angie Thomas, the new film The Hate U Give shares the perspective of a teenaged black girl torn between two worlds. The novel’s film adaption speaks to a wide range of audiences and experiences as it addresses the challenges of 16-year old Starr Carter. Starr’s problems cross boundaries and provide lessons that can be applied to our personal and professional lives as it relates to our diverse and often polarizing political environment.

The film addresses myriad topics such as code-switching, covering, discrimination, diversity, police brutality, gun violence, trauma, voting, and activism. Film director George Tillman and the cast addressed these issues at a recent forum sponsored by the 48th Annual Legislative ConferenceCongresswoman Val Demings of Florida’s 10th District, and the Multicultural Media Correspondents Association (MMCA). Actress Regina Hall, actor Russell Hornsby, and hip-hop artist/actor/activist Common also provided valuable insight around a plethora of timely themes found within the emotionally charged film.

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Russell Hornsby, Regina Hall, and Common (Photo Credit: Patricia McDougall Photography)

Code-Switching in The Hate U Give 

Code-switching is the practice of switching between languages or dialects in conversation to suit the setting. Starr is continually switching between two worlds; the poor, predominantly black neighborhood where she lives and the wealthy, mostly white prep school she attends. The uneasy balance between these worlds is soon shattered when she witnesses the fatal shooting of her childhood best friend at the hands of a police officer. Facing pressure from all sides of the community, we witness Starr struggling with communication issues we often face in our daily work lives, as we determine the suitable language and vernacular to communicate with colleagues. Starr must find her voice and decide to stand up for what is right.

‘Covering’ and Other Themes 

Covering is the act of downplaying or hiding certain aspects of yourself so as not to appear different. The Deloitte University Leadership Center for Inclusion report, Uncovering Talent, reveals that 61% of all employees “cover” their identities in some way by downplaying specific attributes, for fear of drawing unwanted attention or making others uncomfortable. Too often, covering does not provide the positive consequences we hope to achieve and is often detrimental to our self-esteem and performance. Taking cues from Starr, we understand covering is unhealthy and does not provide the results we hope for. Eventually, we remove the veil as the pressure to hide becomes unbearable and we show up as our authentic selves.

Starr encounters and manages blatant discrimination and negative treatment based on her race throughout the film. Many workplaces are plagued with discrimination and the lack of opportunities for people of color. In fact, the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced 84,254 workplace discrimination charges were filed with the agency nationwide in 2017. By recognizing a lack of diversity in the workplace, we can aim to ensure people of color are in decision-making roles with decision-making power. Hornsby said it best when he stated, “the diverse stories we are able to tell from a black perspective are stories that are from opportunities. We show that we can do the work. We show that we are capable. We show that we are talented. We just need to have an opportunity.” Providing opportunities is a step toward combatting discrimination.

There is not one character in The Hate U Give exempt from some level of trauma based on events in the film. In the same way, we are not exempt from the trauma we experience directly or indirectly in daily life. According to studies, 66% of the general population has been traumatized at some point. Eighty percent of workers feel stressed on the job, and approximately 1 million workers are absent each day due to stress. It is essential to be aware that the incidents that occur in The Hate U Give are not limited to the movies but that we are encountering people who have these experiences in our professional lives on a daily basis. Empathy and sensitivity to the experience of others are needed more than ever in our professional and personal lives.

Diversity

When discussing The Hate U Give, Hall eloquently explained how images reflect who we are, how we are perceived, and how we are received in the world: “Those images shape how the world is shaped and affects us when we apply for jobs.” When asked about diversity and his role in the film, Common explained how art gives us more insight into life. “Every time I get a new character, I start to understand human beings more. That’s why I want to play characters that are not like me, and that do not think like I think,” he expressed. Being exposed to people, experiences, and places that are not like us or that are different from our everyday lives is the key to diversity. Common and the cast agreed that when it comes to diversity we have a long way to go, but it is important to acknowledge the growth and recognize there are people on the front lines who are moving forward and being leaders in the area of diversity.

The Hate U Give reminds us that it is not only about diversity of color and gender, but also diversity in thought. As art imitates life, we continue to recognize that people come from all walks of life and that we are not monolithic as a people.  As Hornby expressed, “There is no right or wrong, there is only truth.”  As business owners and professionals, we must join efforts with organizations like the MMCA to ignite and sustain a call to truth and action that results in a significant increase in diverse representation in all areas of industry. At the same time, we must be keenly aware of the effect the lack of diversity and other factors have on our health and our productivity. The Hate U Give is a powerful tool that can be used to continue the dialogue and to challenge misconceptions that prevent progress.

The Hate U Give is in select theaters on Oct. 5 and everywhere on Oct. 19.

 

 

 

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‘The Walking Dead’ – Who Will Die in Season 9?

We’re entering the ninth season of The Walking Dead, and if anything is certain in a zombie apocalypse, it’s that no one is safe. That’s right, nobody – not even the series’ star since day one, Andrew Lincoln, whose departure early this season has already been reported.

On The Walking Dead death is not only certain and often sudden, but also a major element of the show’s entertainment/shock value. And of course we’re all wondering just who might be in the crosshairs — or a walker’s teeth — this season. We’ve taken a look at the show’s biggest characters and calculated just how likely it is that they’ll die this season on The Walking Dead.

 


Norman Reedus as Daryl Dixon

Daryl

1% CHANCE DARYL DIES IN SEASON 9

Now we know we said no one is ever safe on this show, but if there’s one man that is, it’s him. And now that Rick is going to be out of the picture, Daryl will surely have to take up the mantle of a lead hero in the dawning days of a new era. Then again, there are other choices among the dwindling early survivors, like the next two on this list.

 


Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Negan

Negan

10% CHANCE NEGAN DIES IN SEASON 9

Love him or hate him, Negan certainly shook things up when he first arrived on the scene a couple years ago, and although his fortunes have changed considerably since his days of cracking skulls and speechifying, his presence is still a galvanizing one for many other post-apocalyptic survivors. We think he’ll stick around.

 


Danai Gurira as Michonne

Michonne

14% CHANCE MICHONNE DIES IN SEASON 9

She’s been a de facto member of the leadership for quite a while, and one of the show’s (and comic’s) most iconic and beloved characters. Although she’s also found fame via Marvel’s Black Panther, we suspect Gurira isn’t going to head off into the apocalyptic sunset just yet.

 


Lauren Cohan as Maggie

Maggie

25% CHANCE MAGGIE DIES IN SEASON 9

Although she’s not leaving for good, and new series showrunner Angela Kang has expressed interest in wrapping up Maggie’s story in Season Ten, Cohan will be absent for most of this season due to other commitments, so there are still some question marks about her possible fate.

 


Josh McDermitt as Dr. Eugene Porter

Eugene

30% CHANCE EUGENE DIES IN SEASON 9

Honestly, how is this guy still kicking? A liar from the outset, Eugene eventually demonstrated his worth as a man of expertise, and later had his moments of redemption, so he’s not the man he was when we first met him. He’s also been quite adept at dodging bullets both metaphorical and literal in the past, but how long will that luck hold up?

 


Melissa McBride as Carol Peletier

Carol

40% CHANCE CAROL DIES IN SEASON 9

Carol has always been one of the strongest and most determined survivors on the show, and although in the past it could be argued that killing her off would send the wrong message, a well-handled departure for McBride could also play as a poignant and powerful tribute in this year of all years.

 


Christian Serratos as Rosita Espinosa

Rosita

45% CHANCE ROSITA DIES IN SEASON 9

People are not defined by who they’re with, this is true, but in the shorthand of storytelling, they sadly often are. With Abraham (Michael Cudlitz) And Spencer (Austin Nichols) both gone, Rosita has an opportunity to establish herself as her own person in the post-apocalypse…but will she get the chance?

 


Seth Gilliam as Father Gabriel Stokes

Gabriel

65% CHANCE GABRIEL DIES IN SEASON 9

He should have died almost immediately, to be honest, but somehow he managed to make it. But when someone seems like an easy choice for an early Walking Dead death, and then survives beyond that, alarm bells should be ringing…or perhaps moaning. Gabriel’s day may be arriving sooner than he thinks, but he may not see it coming.

 


Alanna Masterson as Tara Chambler

Tara

75% CHANCE TARA DIES IN SEASON 9

As one of the characters that has stuck around long enough now to feel like one of the team, Tara has nevertheless also managed to fly under the radar when it comes to lists like this one, so we’re thinking this season might just be time for a Tara-ble death (we’re so sorry).

 


Ross Marquand as Aaron

Aaron

90% CHANCE AARON DIES IN SEASON 9

Every year there are characters on this show where you can’t necessarily explain why you feel they’re heading to a “Come to Walkers” moment, but you just know in your bones that they are. Could this be Aaron’s year? The Magic Zombie Ball says “Signs point to yes.”

 


Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes

Rick

95% CHANCE RICK DIES IN SEASON 9

This one’s a gimme, since we know Lincoln is leaving, but there are stories that he’s sticking around to shadow directors and pick up some tips in order to return to the show behind the camera… unless that’s all a trick, in which case we’ll leave some wiggle room.

 

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‘The Hate U Give’ screenwriter dies day before film’s release at age of 58

The screenwriter behind the brand new film, “The Hate U Give” died following a years-long battle with cancer a day before the movie’s release. She was 58.

Audrey Wells succumbed to her illness on Thursday, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Adrienne Bailon Throws Shades At Rob Kardashian — ‘The Real’ Co-Host Addresses Dating Kim’s Brother

Do not bother Adrienne Bailon with questions about her ex-boyfriend, Rob Kardashian, because she does not remember their failed romance.

Adrienne, who is now married to Israel Houghton, split from Rob over a decade ago after he cheated on her and was abusive towards her.

The co-host of The Real recently did a video where she opened up about her exes.

Talking about the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, Adrienne said: “It’s funny when I think of heartbreak because at the moment you think that you are going to die. And now, looking back, I’m like ‘I’ve never had heartbreak.’”

In past interviews, the singer and actress had explained that Rob broke her heart.

She said the split made her feel insecure about her body and went on to explain: “He was 21 years old at the time — we were super young. With that being said, being cheated on will make you question yourself. You’ll be like, Was I not pretty enough? Was I not sexy enough? Am I not thin enough? Do I need to do more crunches? I mean, you will drive yourself insane. I never cheated on Rob. And I want to clarify that. And the way it’s said — it’s like, ‘She slept with many people.’ I’m like, ‘Uh, I can’t speak for anybody else, but I can assure [you] that was not me.’”

She also stated that being with a Kardashian ruined her career.

The entertainer confessed: “To be stuck with that Kardashian label, that was so hurtful to me and my career. I probably realized that too late—not that it would’ve affected my decisions regarding who I dated, but it would’ve affected my decision to appear on the show. At the time, I didn’t think anyone would even care. To this day, people will still say, ‘You ruined Rob’s life!’ and I’ll think, Damn, I was still playing with Barbie dolls when I met him.”

She continued: “It’s common knowledge that he cheated on me, and it always bothered me that people were like, ‘Pero, why couldn’t you forgive him?’ Why are women always the ones who have to forgive? If you cheated on a man, he would be like, ‘You’re disgusting, and I want nothing to do with you.’ But women, we’re supposed to be like, ‘He messed up. He made a mistake.’ And, in my situation, it wasn’t like, ‘Oh my God! I made a mistake!’ He strategically planned things out so that he could cheat on me, and that to me was so disloyal.”

Adrienne has really put the past behind.

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‘The Bachelor’ Alum Cristy Caserta Dead at 38

Bachelor Nation is in mourning. The Bachelor alum Cristy Caserta died on Thursday, October 4, Us Weekly confirms. She was 38.

The Sunrise Police Department in Florida tells Us that the attorney suffered an apparent seizure while attending a training class at a local school. “The students around her noticed her coffee fell to the ground and thought maybe she fell asleep, but she was unresponsive when they approached her,” Officer Fernandez says. “They called 911, and Fire Rescue showed up and started CPR and she was still unresponsive.”

Caserta was transferred to the nearby Westside Regional Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead at 8:59 a.m. An autopsy will be performed at 4 p.m. on Friday, October 5, to determine the official cause of death.

Stephen Carbone, the blogger behind the Bachelor fan site Reality Steve, paid tribute to Caserta on Twitter on Thursday evening. “Sick to my stomach to see that Cristy Caserta from Brad Womack’s 2nd season has suddenly passed away,” he tweeted. “Cristy was always there to give me legal advice in the past. I’m at a loss after seeing people post on her FB. Just spoke a couple weeks ago. RIP my friend.”

The Davie, Florida, native was eliminated during the first week of the ABC reality dating series’ 15th season in 2011. Bachelor Womack, 45, who previously led season 11 in 2007, ended up proposing to Emily Maynard, but they broke up a few months after the finale.

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‘The Forge’ Is Shadow of the Tomb Raider’s First DLC Release

Square Enix has announced the first of seven DLC packs for Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Titled The Forge, the DLC will be released on Nov. 13 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC as part of the season pass and sold separately for $ 4.99 USD.

In the DLC, players will explore the lava-covered titular Forge to uncover secrets and learn more about a friend of Lara Croft’s ancient legacy.

The new challenge tomb can be played in either solo or co-op mode and completing it will reward players with the Grenadier skill, Brocken outfit, and Umbrage 3-80 weapon.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider’s six other pieces of DLC will release monthly in the subsequent months following November. Square Enix said they’ll include more new tombs, items, modes, and narrative side quests.

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Zachary Levi Says ‘Shazam’ Reminds Him of ‘The Goonies’

Actor Zachary Levi appeared at New York Comic-Con today to discuss his forthcoming superhero movie Shazam. The star kicked off his Q&A by warning the audience not to get his character — who was once known as Captain Marvel — confused with Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel. He then discussed the film’s tone in comparison to previous DC movies, talked about dealing with controversy surrounding the suit, and compared Shazam to The Goonies. With his quotes as follows…

Getting the Tone Right

“With every project, you have to be true to that project, and I think what was really fortunate for us with Shazam was it was really built into the story. You can’t make a movie about a 14-year-old that has the magic power to turn into a superhero, and make that too dower and glum. There’s a lot of fun and levity just built into it. So we didn’t really have to try. It just naturally came across.

“As far as the DC Universe and all that is concerned, you have to do right by every character, and I think people who have made these films have genuinely tried to do the best they could and I think with Wonder Woman we saw a lot of levity, we saw a lot of heart, because Gal Gadot is effervescent. She can’t not be that. So I think we’ve already seen some of that. And I think Justice League had some really fun, funny moments throughout. We just happen to be a movie that doesn’t skew younger, it just possesses younger in its nature. So it just is infused with it.”

Shazam = The Goonies

“It’s a lot of wish fulfilment and a lot of fun and a lot of heart and a lot of levity. I don’t know if anyone else felt this way, but when I was watching it [the trailer]… it delighted me. I felt joy. I felt the way that I felt when I was a kid when I was watching The Goonies. There was something very adventure-y about it.”

Suit Controversy

“As far as the suit is concerned and the strange hubbub that happened around that, it’s difficult to have an image. It’s one snapshot. There’s very little information. So we anticipated that there would be people who would be split on that. Then I think the trailer answered a lot of questions and gave a much more rounded idea of what the tone was, of what the movie was. Ultimately my character is the manifestation of what a 14-year-olds idea of a superhero is. So that’s why I look so dope!”

Connecting with the Fans

“You have to do right by the art of it. You have to do right by the character. You have to do right by the storyline. But I thin that the step that a lot of people miss was the conversation between the artists and the fans. Because there’s a lot of questions, and they are valid questions, and valid concerns, and I don’t think as an artist you are just somehow immune to answering questions. I think oftentimes it’s really great to do that… I like to be able to cross that boundary.”

Matching With His Younger Self in the Movie

“[Referencing actor Asher Angel] He’s everything I wish I was when I was 14. Unfortunately you would hope that you had months and months to study each other, and we had like a day. But we had meetings and rehearsals, and then it was a matter of trusting [director] David [Sandberg] and the proof will be in the pudding when the movie hits on April 5th.”

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Ex-ESPN Host Jemele Hill Heads To ‘The Atlantic’

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That didn’t take long. After recently saying “peace out” to ESPN, Jemele Hill has a new gig at The Atlantic

Yesterday (Oct. 1), the publication made the announcement that Hill would be getting down as a staff writer. Hill will be tasked with “covering the intersection of sports, race, politics, gender, and culture,” per the Atlantic‘s editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg.

“The Atlantic made perfect sense to me because during this period, it’s critical to be aligned with people who understand this mission: Sports is a great entry point for exploring what’s happening in the wider society,” said Hill via a press release. “You can’t talk about sports without talking about race, class, gender and politics. I want to explore the complications and discomforts with a publication that has a long history of supporting this kind of work.”

Recently, Hill departed ESPN but not before securing a sizeable bag. Reportedly her buyout from the network, where she worked for over a decade, was worth a cool $ 6 million.

Hill became a flashpoint at ESPN after her comments regarding NFL protests got her suspended and even the attention of Donald Trump and the White House.

Nevertheless, she was named the 2018 Journalist of the Year by the NABJ.

Hill starts her new job at the Atlantic next week and she will be based out of Los Angeles.

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‘Wildlife,’ ‘The Bangle Seller’ in Competition at Mumbai Film Festival

Paul Dano’s directorial debut “Wildlife,” which has had considerable festival play including Sundance, Cannes and Toronto is among the titles in the international competition at the 20th Mumbai film festival. The festival runs Oct. 25 to Nov. 1, 2018. U.S. director, Darren Aronofsky (“Black Swan”) will give a masterclass. Other international competition titles include deceased Chinese […]

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Dave Johnson (Max Greenfield) and Calvin Butler (Cedric the Entertainer) live next-door to each other on CBS’ new comedy “The Neighborhood.” They’re part of the long tradition of mismatched TV characters that includes everyone from Laverne and Shirley to Charlie and Alan on “Two and a Half Men.” The comedy here arises from the contrasts,…
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