‘Progressive’ Commentators Enlisted for Olbermann’s New Show

Keith Olbermann is lining up an all-star team of “progressive” contributors who will appear regularly on his new “Countdown” show on Current TV. He’ll have about 20 such contributors, Olbermann revealed in a tweet this week, but he announced five names late Wednesday: PBS documentarian Ken Burns (an interesting choice since we don’t usually associate […]

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Olbermann Attacked on Twitter, Calls O’Reilly the ‘Worst’

The Twitterverse might think Keith Olbermann a villain for his recent on-air discussion with filmmaker Michael Moore about the rape allegations pinned to WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange, but the MSNBC host thinks Bill O’Reilly is far worse. This week found Olbermann under attack on Twitter for allowing Moore to seemingly dismiss rape allegations against Julian […]

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Opening: Zombieland, Whip It, Invention of Lying

Opening in theaters nationwide this weekend are a trio of fun movies, although they find their funsies in very different ways. There’s Ellen Page finding her calling in life as a badass roller derby girl in Drew Barrymore’s Whip It, there’s Ricky Gervais working his comedy magic in The Invention of Lying, and of course […]

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Michael Moore Defends His Integrity

This is how frustrating it is to be Michael Moore. One of the first American audiences to the see his new film Capitalism: A Love Story was in Los Angeles recently, and Moore was there for a Q&A after the film. The person scheduled to introduce him was late, so Moore randomly picked someone in […]

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Coming Soon to a Theater Near You

We all know that one of the best parts of going to the movies is often the previews, since the anticipation of a movie can sometimes be more enjoyable than the final product. Here, we present to you five new trailers for films coming soon to a theater near you, featuring stars like Meryl Streep, […]

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