Glenn Whipp

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Jimmy Kimmel tempted John Cena to bare all at the Oscars. Other than that, there were little surprises. “Oppenheimer” dominated with seven wins.

Oscars: Anti-Trump riff, Gosling sing-a-long, ‘Oppenheimer’ domination

Jimmy Kimmel tempted John Cena to bare all at the Oscars. Other than that, there were little surprises. “Oppenheimer” dominated with seven wins.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Films must have more diversity in front of or behind the camera to qualify for Best Picture — beginning in 2024.

New diversity rules to qualify for the Academy Awards — will they make Oscars not so white?

Films must have more diversity in front of or behind the camera to qualify for Best Picture — beginning in 2024.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Six women have accused Brett Ratner of sexual harassment. He has denied the allegations.

The list keeps growing: Brett Ratner now accused of sexual harassment

Six women have accused Brett Ratner of sexual harassment. He has denied the allegations.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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