Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon had wanted to find a project to do together ever since Witherspoon appeared on Friends playing Aniston’s sister in 2000. They found it with The Morning Show, in which the pair play anchors on a chaotic network morning show rocked by sexual harassment scandals. That is what Aniston, now Emmy-nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, told me during today’s final panel for Apple TV+ at our livestreamed Contenders Television: The Nominees virtual event. … [Read more...] about ‘The Morning Show’s Jennifer Aniston & Mark Duplass On Toxic Male Behavior, Fake Smiles & Creating A Conversation – Contenders TV
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A few days ago, 21-year-old girl named Nikita Tomar was shot dead in broad daylight in Faridabad, when she tried to resist the attacker named Touseef. Now, as per a Dainik Jagran report, during interrogation by the Crime Branch, the accused Tauseef confessed to the police officials that he was inspired by the character of Munna in the web series Mirzapur. … [Read more...] about Nikita Tomar Murder Case: Kangana Ranaut Slams Web Series Mirzapur For Glorifying Criminals
Popular actor Ajay Raj got married to his fiancée Padmini Devanahalli today (October 31) in an intimate ceremony. The couple tied the knot in the presence of their family members and close friends. For the unversed, Ajay and Padmini were in a relationship for many years, before tying the knot. … [Read more...] about Ajay Raj Gets Married To Fiancée Padmini Devanahalli In An Intimate Ceremony
I’m not sure how deliberate the campiness is in his novels, if you know what I mean.[Laughs.] That’s interesting, because I guess that’s the definition of campiness! There is a certain unintentionality with camp. And I did find, because Hannibal Lecter is such a dandy, Silence of the Lambs struck me as such a queer film. Because Jodie Foster communicates a queerness about her, and Anthony Hopkins, in his kind of dandified effeteness in playing Hannibal Lecter, there was a queer quality as well. So, the love affair that is depicted in the book Hannibal, between Clarice and Hannibal, felt like, in some way, it was really about the blindness to that camp quality to the characters, and the writing, and their most famous cinematic imagining. When I was watching Silence of the Lambs, I didn’t get romance between these two, I absolutely got that these were both queer characters, and even the touch between them that is so heavily dramatized in Jonathan Demme’s … [Read more...] about Inside the Past and Possible Future of ‘Hannibal,’ Now on Netflix
In a workplace culture where white men are inculcated with the belief that the office is their playground, where their ascensions are taken for granted as their female and BIPOC counterparts scramble for crumbs beneath their feet and there is no shortage of justifications for bad male behavior, it is not all that surprising that Toobin would be led to believe it was OK to rub one out during a work meeting. But it’s telling that men like Friedersdorf and Lopez — who are, like Toobin, prominent media figures with sizable followings — are so quick to write off his actions as an unfortunate but almost inevitable technological snafu. It’s telling that Toobin was merely suspended from the New Yorker, when journalists are routinely and permanently let go by their employers for far less egregious transgressions. And it’s telling that, even in 2020, the “boys will be boys” mentality that is so often used to justify bad male behavior is also extended to … [Read more...] about Why Are Men So Compelled to Defend Jacking Off on a Work Zoom?