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Tobias Sharma

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Coolio Was Always—And Only—Himself

We heard about Coolio’s ability to drop game before most of us even knew who he was. When Coolio was still on the come up, he left some jewels with Snoop Dogg about how to navigate the music industry when he got his first record deal. So the undisputed King of Rap in the '90s

What Blonde Misunderstands About Marilyn Monroe

Growing up, I combed my parents’ bookshelves for anything that contained pictures of naked women. Unfortunately, most of my father’s books only had words—and my mother’s were in French. There were a few volumes, however, that offered a desperate youngster some titillation—The Illustrated Beatles featured a racy picture of Lovely Rita, meter maid, and some

The Dennis Rodman Movie Sounds a Lot Like The Hangover

Today, in casting news absolutely too good not to share: Jonathan Majors might just dye his hair green (or pink, or blonde or red) and become Dennis Rodman. On Thursday afternoon, Deadline reported that Majors is "very much on board" to play Rodman in 48 Hours in Vegas. If you haven't heard of the film

Mexico earthquake sends people hurrying into streets on anniversary of 2 deadly quakes

A magnitude 7.6 earthquake shook Mexico's central Pacific coast on Monday, killing at least one person and setting off a seismic alarm in the rattled capital on the anniversary of two earlier devastating quakes.There were at least some early reports of damage to buildings from the quake, which hit at 1:05 p.m. local time, according

Parliament had a lively summer. It’s about to get louder

This is an excerpt from Minority Report, a weekly newsletter on federal politics. If you haven't subscribed yet, you can do that by clicking here.Parliament was strangely relevant this summer. But the past few months were merely a prelude to what could be one of the most consequential periods in Canadian politics in recent memory.The weeks

Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans wins People’s Choice prize at TIFF

Steven Spielberg's semi-autobiographical The Fabelmans has won the People's Choice prize at the Toronto International Film Festival.The coming-of-age ode to cinema was announced the winner during a TIFF awards breakfast on Sunday morning, capping 10 days of in-person film-going and festivities. Canadian films also saw a strong showing at the ceremony, with Riceboy Sleeps winning the prestigious Platform

France’s Dublin Films Boards Juan Sebastian Mesa’s ‘Lovers Go Home!’ as ‘Rebellion’ Scores Sales (EXCLUSIVE)

In a clear vote of confidence for Colombian director Juan Sebastián Mesa, Bordeaux-based Dublin Films has boarded his third film “Lovers Go Home!” The company also co-produced Mesa’s lauded sophomore pic, “The Rust.” “Lovers Go Home!” centers on a Colombian single mom who leads a double life as a webcammer. One day she meets a

‘Wakanda Forever’ Trailer Shows New Black Panther, Flying Namor and Ironheart Armor

Marvel’s “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” got another exciting trailer Monday morning ahead of its Nov. 11 release date. The longer trailer shows a better look at the mysterious new Black Panther, who appears to be a woman in a brand new suit. Could this be Shuri, Nakia, Okoye or someone else taking up the mantle?

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