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Roger Ailes’ Secret Nixon-Era Blueprint for Fox News

“Republican media strategist Roger Ailes launched Fox News Channel in 1996, ostensibly as a “fair and balanced” counterpoint to what he regarded as the liberal establishment media. But according to a remarkable document buried deep within the Richard Nixon Presidential Library, the intellectual forerunner for Fox News was a nakedly partisan 1970 plot by Ailes and other Nixon aides to circumvent the “prejudices of network news” and deliver “pro-administration” stories to heartland television viewers.”

Spoiler Alerts: A Manifesto

“America loves having its movies and television shows recapped, reviewed, and regurgitated back to them, but the one thing that it hates more and more is having the events of those things spoiled by reviewers. It’s time for a guide on what constitutes a spoiler and what does not.”

Grandma Assaults Grandson With Garden Hose For Eating Too Much Bacon

“Now before you get too upset, the 64-year-old grandmother in question used the garden hose to spray her 9-year-old grandson in the face, and not, well, wherever your mind just went with that headline. But she did it at full blast! And also beat his legs. And all he did was eat a generous portion of delicious, crispy bacon.”


Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga Among Week’s Biggest Social Media Stars

“The “Monte Carlo” star and “Born This Way” singer are among those seeing big gains in Twitter followers and online video views. The Social 50 ranks the most active artists on the world’s leading social networking sites — YouTube, Vevo, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and iLike — using a formula blending weekly additions of friends/fans/followers along with weekly artist page views and weekly song plays.


Spike Lee: Why I Haven’t Made a Feature Film in Three Years

“Lee has lately focused on documentary work with two films about post-Katrina New Orleans for HBO. But he had designs on biopics about Jackie Robinson – the Brooklyn Dodgers slugger who broke baseball’s color line – and soul icon James Brown. And he was in discussions a while back for a sequel to thriller Inside Man, which starred Denzel Washington, Clive Owen and Jodie Foster. But he’s been unable to secure financing.”

20 Best Taglines From Movies Over the Last 30 Years

“THR’s sister publication AdWeek combed through the last 30 years of movie marketing and selected some favorite film taglines from that period. The cut-off of 1980 means that perhaps the greatest movie tagline ever — “In space, no one can hear you scream,” from Alien, 1979 was left off. But there’s plenty here to chew on.”


Daniel Radcliffe on Last Day of Potter Filming: “I Wept Like a Child”

“It’s an unlikely pairing, but hey, Oprah’s moved on to bigger things. Good ol’ retired Larry dug deep in his closet and pulled out those trusty suspenders on one more time for a chat with Daniel Radcliffe about the franchise and how the star feels about it ending with the upcoming Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2.” 

Twitter Fight: Ashton Kutcher vs. Village Voice

“Let the loud typing begin! A Twitter war has broken out between Ashton Kutcher and weekly newspaper Village Voice. The two went at it after the Voice published an article on Wednesday that questioned the child-prostitution statistics the actor offered in his “Real Men Don’t Buy Girls” anti-sex-trafficking campaign. And it all went downhill from there…”

Sorry, Rob & Kristen! Not Everyone Is Excited to See Your Breaking Dawn Sex Scene

“It’s no secret that Twi-hards everywhere are anxiously awaiting the much talked-about Breaking Dawn sex scene. However, there’s at least one person out there who is not excited about Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart onscreen steaminess.”

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