Poppy Montgomery says female EPs are still treated differently
Poppy Montgomery, star and executive producer of the new TV series, "Reef Break," says female EPs are still sometimes treated differently than male counterparts. She also talks about how her past success with "Without a Trace" and "Unforgettable" ...
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Myon Burrell has served more than 17 years for the shooting of an 11-year-old girl _ a case originally prosecuted by presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar. But an Associated Press investigation uncovered myriad inconsistencies in the case.
At the Oscar Luncheon, Greta Gerwig talks about focusing on work rather than accolades, working on increasing women's participation in movies and inspiring future generations.
Nicki Minaj's brother sentenced to 25 years to life; Harvey Weinstein NYC sex assault trial picks up pace; DiCaprio, Zellweger and more Oscar hopefuls attend luncheon.
Speaking in Park City, Utah, Anne Hathaway, Rosie Perez and Edi Gathegi say new '80s set film - "The Last Thing he Wanted" - will remind audiences to hold government accountable for its foreign relations.
At Sundance, "Downhill" cast, including Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus, talk about adapting "Force Majeure" and playing it straight. The film marked the first meeting between the two comedy giants.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Renee Zellweger, Cynthia Erivo, and Robert De Niro were among the Oscar nominees attending the annual luncheon, which celebrates their achievements and offers key advice ahead of the ceremony.
Actor Jonathan Pryce admits he was "half listening" to the Oscar nominations, but, when he heard his name called, he found himself "laughing and crying at the same time."
Speaking at the Oscars luncheon, Robert De Niro said the reaction to his movie "The Irishman" was the "icing on the cake," after being able to work with friends Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, and Martin Scorsese.
A witness says the helicopter crash that killed nine people including former NBA star Kobe Bryant in Calabasas, California on Sunday sounded like 'a big thud.'
Actor Robert De Niro says the loss of Kobe Bryant, Bryant's daughter and the seven other people killed in a helicopter crash Sunday is "beyond horrible," adding, "there's no words for it."
Here's the latest for Tuesday January 28th: President Trump to unveil Mideast peace plan; Republicans say impeachment trial could sink Joe Biden; Crews search for more victims after Alabama boat dock fire; Bryant helicopter crash investigated.
A massive fire killed at least eight people and destroyed dozens of boats in an Alabama marina early Monday. A fire chief says more people could be dead because some may have been trapped on boats that sank.
Senate Republicans said President Trump's impeachment trial will backfire on Democrats and harm former Vice President Joe Biden's presidential candidacy. Democrats are calling for testimony from former National Security Advisor John Bolton.
Coroner's officials worked to recover victims' remains Monday from the hillside outside Los Angeles where a helicopter carrying retired Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others crashed.
Here's the latest for Monday January 27th: Trump's lawyers defense after Bolton revelations; Investigators at scene of Kobe Bryant's chopper crash; US stocks tumble amid global sell-off; World marks 75th anniversary of Auschwitz-Birkenau liberation.
John Bolton’s book manuscript about his time as President Donald Trump’s national security adviser has exploded into public view, sending a jolt through the president’s impeachment trial.
President Donald Trump's defense lawyers continued arguments for acquittal Monday. Ken Starr, the former independent counsel whose investigation into President Bill Clinton resulted in his impeachment, bemoaned what he called an age of impeachment.