Chris Rock Urged to Drop Out as Oscar Host
The L.A. chapter of Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network is calling on Rock to drop out as host of this year’s Academy Awards. The group would also like white actors including Sylvester Stallone, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to boycott this year’s ceremony. “Chris Rock hosting an all-white Oscars would be insulting and demeaning,” says Najee Ali of the L.A. chapter of the National Action Network. “It sends the message African-Americans are good enough to be presenters and entertain us but not worthy enough to be nominated for awards. Your job is to keep us laughing as whites only will receive Oscar awards tonight.” PLUS: Whoopi Goldberg calls Oscar boycott a “slap in the face” at Chris Rock, and why Spike Lee and Jada Pinkett Smith should do what Eddie Murphy did at the 1988 Oscars.
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Joel McHale ended up on The X-Files revival thanks to his White House Correspondents Dinner performance
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Ford, Snickers, Rice Krispies and Pop Tarts were among the brands that were mocked and shown often during the binge-a-thon.
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The long-distance dating pilot is based on the web series 7P/10E by Avital Ash.
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American Express claims she owes $37,981.97.
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