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44 MINS AGO - Reuters

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Prince's 'Purple Rain' jacket to fetch $100,000

A jacket worn by the late pop star Prince in his 1984 film "Purple Rain" will go to auction, expected to fetch more than $100,000. Yiming Woo reports.

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3 HOURS AGO - Just Jared

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Selma Blair & Sharon Stone Help Premiere 'Mothers & Daughters'

Selma Blair looks gorgeous in white at the premiere of her upcoming film Mothers and Daughters on Thursday night (April 28) at The London in West Hollywood, Calif. The 43-year-old actress was joined at the premiere by her co-star Sharon Stone, as well as Sharon‘s sister Kelly and her 10-year-old son Laird. PHOTOS: Check out [...]

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4 HOURS AGO - Reuters

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Prince's motorcycle jacket from 'Purple Rain' film on auction

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A motorcycle jacket worn by the late pop star Prince in his 1984 film "Purple Rain," when he rides through the woods with the movie's leading lady, Apollonia, will be sold at auction, the company behind the sale said on Friday.

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4 HOURS AGO - Los Angeles Times

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'Doctor Strange' co-screenwriter defends 'cultural landmine' of controversial casting

Since the recent release of a trailer for the upcoming film “Doctor Strange,” controversy has erupted over a character played by Tilda Swinton known as The Ancient One. Many have accused Marvel of whitewashing the character by casting the British-born Swinton as a character who is from Tibet in...

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5 HOURS AGO - WorldNetDaily

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Profanities in movies no longer 'swearing'?

When is a religious profanity no longer “profane”? Sixty years ago, religious profanities typically were forbidden in Hollywood movies, as the Protestant and Catholic film offices held sway on issues of acceptability in the “Golden Age” of film. Today, however, in one Western nation, such profanities fail to register even the slightest concern with the [...]

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