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Taylor Swift Promises to ‘Always Advocate’ for LGBTQ Fans in Attitude Awards Speech

The singer went on to say that the only real way to make change was to get anti-discrimination policies passed in governments around the world. “Everyone should be able to live out their love story without the fear of discrimination, and the way for that to happen is for us to continue to keep pushing governments to put protections in place for members of the LGBTQ community,” she said. “I promise to always advocate for that. I’m just grateful for this amazing award.”

In 2018, Swift began to voice her political opinions with an Instagram post about the midterm elections in Tennessee, where she said she would not support Republican candidate Marsha Blackburn for the Senate due in part to her record of voting against LGBTQ equality (Blackburn won the election and became a U.S. senator for the state of Tennessee).

Then, in 2019, Swift used her music video for

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Rick Grimes Movie Will Be Amazing Promises The Walking Dead Boss Scott Gimple

Slowly but surely, The Rick Grimes movie is coming along. And, while right next to nothing has been revealed, in terms of specifics, it will be “Amazing.” This, according to The Walking Dead universe Chief Content Officer Scott Gimple, who is confident that when Andrew Lincoln does return to the franchise, it will have been worth the wait.

With The Walking Dead: World Beyond recently wrapping up its first season, Scott Gimple did a wide-ranging interview touching on the future of the franchise. There are many projects in the works but the one that has been on the backburner the longest is the Rick Grimes movie, which was originally announced in 2018. Here’s what Gimple had to say about the project’s current status.

RELATED: Rick Grimes Movie Will Be Directly Set Up in The Walking Dead: World Beyond

“We are continuing to work on the movie. It is happening. We’re

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Gremlins 3 Script Is Written, Creator Promises Puppets Instead of CGI

There is still no official word on whether or not Gremlins 3 will ever happen. However, original writer Chris Columbus has offered a somewhat encouraging update on the proposed sequel, which has been kicking around for years now. According to Columbus, his script is written and they are just trying to figure out when to make it, in addition to navigating some rights issues. Should it come to pass, Columbus says that they will use practical puppets and minimal CGI.

Chris Columbus wrote the original Gremlins, which was directed by Joe Dante. But Columbus has been actively trying to get Gremlins 3 off the ground for some time now. While promoting his latest movie, The Christmas Chronicles 2, the filmmaker was asked about the status of the sequel. Here’s what he had to say about it.

RELATED: Wild Gremlins 3 Pitch Arrives Disguised as an ’80s Rock Anthem

“I

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Coppola Promises Re-edit Brings ‘New Life’ to Film

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Francis Ford Coppola spent months working on the upcoming new cut of “The Godfather: Part III.” In a new video the legendary director promised that the film’s re-edit will give the picture “a new life”

Paramount Pictures released the trailer and a Coppola featurette for the upcoming “Mario Puzo’s The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone,” on Tuesday. The film, which has been billed as screenwriter Mario Puzo and Coppola’s original vision for the finale, will premiere in theaters on Dec. 4 and release on Blu-ray and digital on Dec. 8.

“I have re-edited it and given it what really isn’t a new title but rather the original title: ‘Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone,” Coppola said. “In musical term, a coda is sort of like an epilogue, a summing up, and that’s what we intended the movie to be. You’ll see

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The Snyder Cut of ‘Justice League’ is locked, director promises fans a ‘giant amount of movie’

Watch: The new Zack Snyder’s Justice League trailer

Christmas is still over a month away, but Zack Snyder has an early holiday gift for his followers.

The director dropped an updated trailer for the once-mythical Snyder Cut of Justice League, the all-star comic book team-up featuring DC’s biggest heroes that’s debuting HBO Max (and the rest of the world) in 2021.

A previous version of that film — assembled by Joss Whedon, who replaced Snyder during production — debuted to critical pans and audience disappointment on 17 November, 2017. So it’s no accident that Snyder picked the exact same date to premiere his Snyder Cut trailer, a black-and-white version of a two-and-a-half-minute teaser that HBO Max debuted in August. (The trailer was later removed from the internet over music licensing issues.)



a group of people standing in front of a crowd: The Justice League assemble in Zack Snyder's cut of 'Justice League' (Photo: HBO Max/YouTube)


The Justice League assemble in Zack Snyder’s cut of ‘Justice League’ (Photo: HBO Max/YouTube)

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‘The Godfather Coda’: Coppola Promises Re-edit Brings ‘New Life’ to Film

The upcoming new cut of “The Godfather: Part III” will premiere in December.

Francis Ford Coppola spent months working on the upcoming new cut of “The Godfather: Part III.” In a new video the legendary director promised that the film’s re-edit will give the picture “a new life”

Paramount Pictures released the trailer and a Coppola featurette for the upcoming “Mario Puzo’s The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone,” on Tuesday. The film, which has been billed as screenwriter Mario Puzo and Coppola’s original vision for the finale, will premiere in theaters on Dec. 4 and release on Blu-ray and digital on Dec. 8.

“I have re-edited it and given it what really isn’t a new title but rather the original title: ‘Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone,” Coppola said. “In musical term, a coda is sort of like an epilogue, a summing up, and that’s what we intended

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Black Panther 2 Won’t Replace Chadwick Boseman with a Digital Double Promises Marvel

Black Panther 2 will not feature a digital doble in place of the late Chadwick Boseman. Marvel Studios EVP Victoria Alonso confirmed the news in a recent interview. Boseman sadly passed away in August after a lengthy and secret battle with stage IV colon cancer. The world is continuing to mourn his loss, along with his friends and family, though that did not stop some Marvel Cinematic Universe fans from wondering about the future of Black Panther 2

The overall consensus seems to be against making Black Panther 2 with a digital double taking over for Chadwick Boseman. As it turns out, Marvel Studios feels the exact same way. Here’s what Victoria Alonso had to say when asked if the studio was thinking about replacing Boseman digitally in the upcoming sequel.

RELATED: Black Panther 2 Star Is Confident an A-Force All-Female Avengers Movie Is Happening

“No. There’s only one

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Biden predicts a win, promises to unite as Trump goes to court

WILMINGTON, Del./WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Democrat Joe Biden on Wednesday predicted victory over President Donald Trump after winning two critical U.S. states, while the Republican incumbent alleged fraud, filed lawsuits and demanded recounts in a race yet to be decided a day after polls closed.

While stopping short of declaring victory, Biden launched a website for a transition to a Democratic-controlled White House. His team called it buildbackbetter.com and declared “the Biden-Harris Administration can hit the ground running on Day One.”

As Trump spent part of the day airing grievances over Twitter, Biden pledged to govern as a unifier if triumphant.

“What brings us together as Americans is so much stronger than anything that can tear us apart,” Biden, appearing with his running mate Kamala Harris, said in his home state of Delaware on Wednesday.

At the moment, not including Wisconsin, where the Republican Trump has demanded a recount, Edison Research

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Donald Trump made many promises in 2016 and early in his term. Which has he kept and what is he still working on?

President Donald Trump says he’s not a politician. As proof, the real estate developer points to the promises he made both on the 2016 campaign and early in his term – and, he says, delivered.

Trump: Biden against ‘oil, guns and God’

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“Unlike so many who came before me, I keep my promises,” Trump said during his State of the Union speech this year.

So what were his major promises?

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The appointment of conservative justices to federal courts. Broad tax cuts. Building a border wall on the southern border and making Mexico pay for it. Massive deregulation. Replacing Obamacare with a health coverage plan that’s “far less expensive and far better.” Bringing back manufacturing. Reinvigorating fading industries, such as coal and steel. Renegotiating trade deals in a way that helps

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Trump campaign promises, from supreme court to taxes: Did he deliver?

Trump: Biden against ‘oil, guns and God’

Campaigning in Pittsburgh, Pa., President Donald Trump portrayed Democratic nominee Joe Biden as an opponent of “oil, guns and God,” and said the election “is a matter of economic survival for Pennsylvania.”

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President Donald Trump says he’s not a politician. As proof, the real estate developer points to the promises he made both on the 2016 campaign and early in his term – and, he says, delivered.

“Unlike so many who came before me, I keep my promises,” Trump said during his State of the Union speech this year.

So what were his major promises?

The appointment of conservative justices to federal courts. Broad tax cuts. Building a border wall on the southern border and making Mexico pay for it. Massive deregulation. Replacing Obamacare with a health coverage plan that’s “far less expensive and far better.” Bringing back manufacturing. Reinvigorating fading industries,

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