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Jon Voight Thinks Miley Cyrus And Shia LaBeouf Are ‘Teaching Treason’
"It’s a very sad thing for me to witness what they’re doing.”
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Jon Voight Claims Lincoln Is Smiling Knowing America Will Be 'Saved' By Trump
The actor has long been a staunch supporter of the president-elect.
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Jon Voight Plays Down Donald Trump's Offensive Comments About Women
The Oscar winner also blasted Robert de Niro for criticizing the GOP nominee.
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Jon Voight Was Pretty Starstruck By Everyone At The Emmys
He was in awe of all the talent around him.
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Jon Voight Likens Donald Trump To Mother Teresa At Values Voter Summit
And evangelical leaders explain why they support Trump
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Burt Reynolds Likes Donald Trump, But Thinks Angelina Jolie Would Be A Better President
Who needs experienced politicians when we've got celebrities?
LATFusa.com Hosts the 2nd Annual Hollywood Beauty Awards
Jeremy Bamidele is an alumnus of UC Berkeley and University of...
Do You Have a Woodlawn in Your Past?
Michael Gordon Bennett
Author of 7-10 Split: My Journey As America's Whitest Black Ki...
Woodlawn is based on the true story of Tony Nathan. Nathan was a gifted African American high school football player, who in 1973, was bused, along with other black students in the name of school integration to Woodlawn High School in Birmingham, Alabama.
Woodlawn: Can Jesus Fix Race Relations?
Creator, The Six Brown Chicks
Woodlawn tells the true story of race, rivalry and religion within the confines of Birmingham Alabama's Woodlawn High School, the last school in Birmingham to integrate.
Ray Donovan Actress Christy Williams Thinks Star Wars Is a Piece of...
Writer, NYCastings, "V" fanatic
You know how I can't stop talking about Kenneth Johnson's 1983 mini-series "V"? Well, that's how Christy Williams is with Star Wars - and I just LOVE it!
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'Ray Donovan' Needs to Keep the Focus on Ray
Jackie K. Cooper
This season starts off with Ray and his wife Abby (Paula Malcomson) being apart. She was caught up in an affair that has now ended but Ray can not get past it. Despite his daughter Bridget (Kerris Dorsey) begging him to come home and Abby begging for forgiveness, he remains aloof.
Showtime's Ray Donovan Makes TV the Place to Be Sunday Night
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Boardwalk Empire, The Leftovers and Masters of Sex
on Sunday night's festival of the best in TV series. Well, we do have Steve Soderbergh's The
Peace in the Middle East: A 7-Point Plan for Jon Voight
There is no ethnicity to suffering. The more we delay this understanding, the more we delay peacemaking and democratic state building. No one wins.
The 2014 Emmy Gifting Suites
Entertainment journalist, travel writer and film critic
In the days leading up to the Emmy Awards, gifting lounges around Los Angeles took over various hotels, enticing celebrities with the latest in electronics, beauty treatments, vacations and more.
A Dear Jon (Voight) Letter About Gaza and the History of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Author; Professor, Middle Eastern History, UC Irvine & Cen...
Your passion for defending Israel is clearly as great as your passion for acting. However, behind your passion is a view of Israel's history and current actions that are utterly at odds with the actual history and present-day realities in the country. They are simply dead-wrong.
Jon Voight Slams Penelope Cruz Over Israel-Gaza Comments
A Great Cast Is Not Enough to Make 'Ray Donovan' a Hit
Jackie K. Cooper
The main question about this show is why should anyone invest their time to watch it. As stated the cast play their parts to perfection but what dull roles they are.
Jon Voight Nabs A Golden Globe
Interview: Bruce Dern Speaks... and Speaks
Author and film critic, hollywoodandfine.com
In one sense, actor Bruce Dern is an interviewer's dream: He's pithy, quotable and voluble. In another sense, Dern is an interviewer's nightmare: You ask one question and never get the chance to ask another, because he's got so much to say.
5 Things Lindsay Lohan Could Learn From Angelina Jolie
Lindsay, we love you... and want to love you more! Confiding in Oprah on national television is the first step to making a new life. We're cheering that your future performances will be Oscar worthy and not probation hearings on Court TV.
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