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    Most Latinos say lighter skin tone makes it easier to get ahead: Pew survey W.H. softens Bidens opposition to family separation settlements Refi Rates at 1.99% APR. Do you qualify? Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/7 SLIDES © Everett Collection / Netflix/Courtesy Everett Collection 10 Movies to Stream Once You’ve Watched Passing Passing may be a black-and-white film, but the story it tells is anything but. Based on the 1929 fiction novel of the same name by Nella Larsen, Passing introduces audiences to recently reunited childhood friends Irene Redfield and Clare Kendry, two mixed-race Black women living through the 1920s Harlem Renaissance. Though both are white-passing individuals, Irene acknowledges her Black heritage, while Clare hides hers to assimilate with white society, a practice known as "passing." As they rekindle their childhood friendship, Clare and Irene begin to see in each other what their lives could have been, unearthing unspoken jealousies and exposing the depths of racial oppression in prohibition-era America. With its history,...
    HERE'S what we can expect from sixth and final season of the most-watched non-English language show on Netflix, Money Heist. It’s little wonder that the plot of the fifth and final season of thrilling Spanish crime drama, Money Heist, has been more closely guarded than a gold bullion-filled bank vault. 6The new series is divided into two volumes of five episodesCredit: Netflix 6Álvaro Morte said to expect a lot of tension and a lot of actionCredit: Netflix “I can’t tell you how the series is going to end - they would cut my throat,” laughed Álvaro Morte, who plays The Professor, the Houdini-like mastermind behind the two spectacular heists attempted by the show’s red-jumpsuit-clad gang over the five series. “I’m on episode eight and I’ve yet to receive episode nine and 10, so I can’t tell you if it’s as good or not. Man, I hope so.“What I can tell you is that it is a season with a lot of tension, a lot of action, and it’s very exciting. "It’s very rewarding for an actor, but it’s...
    "FBoy Island" is the best reality dating show I've seen in years. HBO Max I've been watching reality dating TV since I was 11. "FBoy Island" is the best I've seen in years. The new HBO show follows three women as they date a group of "FBoys" and "nice guys."  "FBoy Island" is full of fun twists and turns, and is a breath of fresh air to the stale format.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. I've been watching reality dating shows for the last 19 years, and I've been dating for what feels like twice as long.  From the early days of "Joe Millionaire" to newer iterations like "Love Is Blind," it feels like I've seen them all. And after another snoozy season of "The Bachelorette," I was starting to get a little, well, bored.  And then, like a knight with a shining six-pack, "FBoy Island" came along.  The new HBO show, created by former "Bachelor" producer Elan Gale, starts with a familiar premise. Our leads — CJ Franco, Nakia Renee, and Sarah Emig — all...
    A MAN christened Ken Barlow has described the ridicule he’s endured because he shares his name with the famous Coronation Street character.  The half Japanese, half British man from North Wales has revealed the added bad luck of going to study at Manchester University - near where the soap is filmed. 3A man called Ken Barlow has opened up about the ridicule he has faced sharing a name with the Coronation Street character Then Ken, 43, found himself working for a company where he found another employee was called Mike Baldwin, the arch enemy of Corrie’s Ken, played by Bill Roache. He said: “We were in different buildings, so ordinarily didn’t have occasion to meet. However, on a company-wide sponsored walk, a group of pranksters ensured we were introduced with great ceremony and mirth. “There have been times when I’ve wished that Ken Barlow – not, I stress, William Roache – would die in a convoluted murder plot, but he seems destined to evade all such plot lines.” He has revealed how there have been few positives to being named after...
    This is a rush transcript from "Hannity," May 5, 2021. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. SEAN HANNITY, FOX NEWS HOST:  And welcome to HANNITY.  Now, in just mere moments, California gubernatorial candidate Caitlyn Jenner will join us for her first exclusive interview.  Tonight, we're in beautiful Southern California, where some might say the united socialist states of California, where, by the way, it was once the land of American pioneers. Ronald Reagan was governor out here, boundless possibilities. Not really that long ago, that Republican presidential candidates could win the great state of California. A lot has changed.  Now, California's beautiful weather, abundant natural resources, it has attracted hardworking, innovative, fun loving people from all across the country. So for many years, California was, well, pretty much an image of the American Dream. It embodied the American Dream. It truly represented what Reagan called a shining city on a hill.  But now, today, California is suffering. The state's one party, Democratic Party rule, has been unchecked, and by the way, hasn't been...
    This year's Oscars may be my last. Getty I used to love watching every best picture nominee ahead of each year's Academy Awards.  But this year, I'm not as excited for the Oscars.  As awards shows see their ratings plummet, the Academy needs to reinvent itself. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Oscars is my favorite night of the year — or at least, it used to be.  For the past five years, I've counted down the days until the Academy Awards, much like football fans anticipate the Super Bowl. Each year, I've watched every best picture nominee in preparation for the big night. Once it arrived, I typically cooked a slew of snacks, invited friends over, and enjoyed what I easily called the most exciting night of the year.  The glitz and the glam was, of course, part of my initial intrigue, but my love for the award show goes beyond that. It's more about the moment you get to see a celebrity, a screenwriter, or a makeup artist hear their name being called and...
    (CNN)I love Baghdad. It's the city where I feel most at home. I can't quite explain it, perhaps it's because it's the place whose people, whose story -- tragic as it is -- has had the most influence on who I am today.I have a rolodex of memories, many of them fraught with the sort of pain that grips you by the throat. I'll never forget the piercing wail of a woman falling to the ground, her hijab tumbling off, her auburn hair spilling out, as she screamed with an agony the depths of which I had never heard. We were outside a hospital in Samarra in 2004; her brother was one of the dead inside, killed as the US military tried to take the city back from Sunni insurgents.I can still remember how speechless I was when one of our Iraqi staff walked into the bureau looking pale and shellshocked and told us how they found his cousin's decapitated body. I can see the bloody handprints on the wall in the back of a church, in a room where...
    Greer Grammer has launched to fame as the star of Netflix's sexy new thriller Deadly Illusions, but confused viewers have slammed the film, branding it the 'worst' thing they've ever seen.   The 29-year-old, who is the daughter of Kelsey Grammer and Barrie Buckner, plays Grace, a seemingly innocent nanny hired by Mary (Kristin Davis), a best-selling novelist suffering from writer's block, and her husband Tom (Dermot Mulroney). The film has been dominating Netflix's Top 10 charts since it debuted last week, and after quickly rising the ranks, it is now the number one movie on the streaming platform.  However, with its off-the-wall plot and gratuitous sex scenes, some viewers are taking to Twitter to call it a waste of time, insisting the film is better suited for Lifetime than Netflix.  Big role: Greer Grammer is the star of the new Netflix thriller Deadly Illusions Role: The 29-year-old plays Grace, a seemingly innocent nanny hired by Mary (Kristin Davis), a best-selling novelist suffering from writer's block 'Deadly Illusions [is] probably the WORST s**t Netflix ever came out with,' one woman tweeted, while another...
    Fans of The Crown have shared hilarious memes claiming producers will being having a field day - as Prince Harry and Meghan markle namecheck their employer in an interview and admit they've both watched The Crown. The Duke of Sussex, 36, showed his loyalty to Netflix, with whom he has a multi-million pound contract, once again during his tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey by revealing that he and wife Meghan have watched 'some of' the hit series. It comes just a week after he defended The Crown when he joined James Cordon on The Late Late Show, despite the show facing widespread criticism over its 'twisted' depiction of the Royal Family, which portrays his father Prince Charles as callous and self-serving and his grandmother the Queen as cold. The fourth series of The Crown, which premiered last November, showed Charles meeting and marrying an innocent Diana while maintaining his affair with the then-married Camilla Parker-Bowles. Scenes showing Diana gorging on food before vomiting into a toilet are so graphic that they carry on-screen warnings. And the frequent references to the...
    Prince Harry insists that he 'had' to make lucrative deals with Netflix and Spotify after being 'cut off' financially by the royal family, insisting that he needed to make money so that he could afford to pay for security to 'keep his family safe'.  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex claimed to Oprah Winfrey during their bombshell primetime interview that they 'had no plan' to ink multi-million-dollar deals with the 'streamers' when they first quit the royal family, but said that they were forced to find ways of making money when the royal family cut Prince Harry off, and took away his security.       Insisting that their deals with Netflix and Spotify - which are believed to be worth upwards of $100 million - were 'never part of the plan', Harry, 36, said: 'We didn't have a plan. That was suggested by somebody else by the point of where my family literally cut me off financially, and I had to afford security for us.'  The Duke of Sussex revealed that his family stopped all financial support in the 'first quarter of...
    Pranati Rai Prakash recently wrapped up Abbas-Mustan’s upcoming web series Penthouse. She says the thriller series gave her a chance to work with people she has admired as a child. The series also stars Bobby Deol and Arjun Rampal, along with Mouni Roy, Larissa Bonesi and Sharman Joshi. Penthouse: Is Abbas-Mustan’s Netflix Film, Starring Bobby Deol, Mouni Roy and Arjun Rampal, a Remake of This Erotic Hollywood Thriller? “I worked with people I’ve watched on the screen as a child. It was amazing. Our directors, Abbas-Mastan, my co-actors — everyone was very polite and great to hang around with. Each has a unique personality,” she said.Netflix Slate 2021: Dhamaka, Penthouse, Navarasa, Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives S2 – Complete List of Films, Series and Reality Shows Arriving on the Streaming Giant! On her character, the actress said: “She’s a rebel, she’s lonely. That’s a little about my character. I’ll be the reason for some chaos, that’s all I can say. Pranati recently ventured into music as a singer-composer with her debut single Tera muskurana, which released on February 25....
    Queen Poppy is the star of "Trolls World Tour," and an argument for ending the monarchy. Dreamworks I have watched "Trolls World Tour" five times since the pandemic began.  I am a single, 29-year-old woman.  I will not apologize. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. I watched "Trolls World Tour" for the first time on April 19, 2020. It was love at first sight. "I'm jealous of the trolls. Look at them. Dancing together," I texted a friend. Ninety minutes later, I texted again: "I f---ing love Trolls two." I watched it for a second time on April 20. (I spent $20 to rent it, so I wanted to get my money's worth.) The third time I watched it, this time drunk, was August 15. The fourth time was December 12. This week, in preparation for writing this piece, I watched it a fifth time. I am 29 years old. I do not have children. My taste in movies is admittedly poor, but I am not in the habit of rewatching children's films.  Then I discovered the sequel...
    THE Chase fans were left stunned this evening as both Bradley Walsh AND a contestant insisted they've not watched The Simpsons. Viewers struggled to believe that the claims were true when a question about the popular cartoon series came up on the ITV show. 5Bradley claimed he's not watched The Simpsons Contract manager Gary, 65, was up against Mark 'The Beast' Labbett when Bradley asked: "Which of these catchphrases from The Simpsons is said during the opening sequence?" The options were "Eat my shorts!", "D'oh!", and "Why you little…!", with Gary answering with the first option - but the answer is "D'oh!". Turning to the host, he said: "I don't watch The Simpsons", to which Bradley replied: "No, me neither." Mark also got the question wrong, opting for "Why You Little…!", but he shared his shock at getting the relatively easy question incorrect as he shook his head and said: "And how many 100s of times have I seen that?" 5Contestant Gary also insisted he hadn't 5Viewers did not believe the two men A response that fans at home found...
    Emma Corrin plays Princess Diana on "The Crown." Des Willie/Netflix Season four of Netflix's "The Crown" is the series' best installment of episodes to date.  For those that didn't watch the first three seasons, they might as well skip ahead. Between Princess Diana's tragic fairytale gone wrong and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's clashes with Queen Elizabeth II, season four of Peter Morgan's fictional series is must-watch television.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. While The Queen Mother awaits news about Prince Charles' impending proposal on season four of "The Crown," a rat scampers across the Buckingham Palace floor. Sitting on a couch inches away from the tiny palace intruder, she was seemingly too preoccupied staring at the phone and daydreaming about the next royal wedding to take notice.  Details like these — which contrast the onscreen royals' grandiose, out-of-touch existence with the reality of the situation surrounding them — are precisely what make Peter Morgan's latest season of "The Crown" the series' best yet.  That's why I'm recommending that those who haven't watched the first three seasons...
    ONE of The Walking Dead's original line-up has confessed to never watching the acclaimed AMC show. The zombie drama has amassed a huge fanbase over the last decade, but apparently hasn't won over ever member of the cast. 4Lori was the wife of show protagonist Rick Grimes Sarah Wayne Callies played Rick Grimes' (Andrew Lincoln) wife husband in the early seasons of the show. She set a tense feud in motion between Rick and his friend Shane (Jon Bernthal), with whom she'd moved on with romantically after thinking Rick was dead. This culminated in Rick murdering Shane and Lori later dying of blood loss during the birth of Judith, born from her relationship with Shane. Rick and son Carl (Chandler Riggs) are devastated by the loss and the pain goes a long way in brutalising the pair to the harsh realities of the apocalypse. However, despite her pivotal role on the show, Lori revealed she has never watched a single episode because she found it too frightening. 4Rick managed to track down Lori and Carl in the zombie apocalypse MORE...
    Lin-Manuel Miranda in "Hamilton." Broadwaycom/Youtube The "Hamilton" movie is now available to stream on Disney Plus. Fans who loved the highly acclaimed show can stream plenty of other theatrical works at home, including "Jersey Boys" and "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat." "Hamilton" enthusiasts may particularly enjoy other musicals set in New York City, like "West Side Story," or performances that star Lin-Manuel Miranda, such as "Mary Poppins Returns." Here's what musicals to enjoy at home after watching "Hamilton."  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
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