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    The director of the off-color 1980 film Airplane! slammed Hollywood for killing comedy by being too woke.  David Zucker, 75, told PragerU that film executives were 'destroying comedy' because they are too afraid to upset a fraction of the population who 'don't have a sense of humor.' The director's comments come just months after Monty Python icon John Cleese also called out Hollywood for neutering creativity with its woke crusade. Zucker, who's films also include the Naked Gun series and a pair of Scary Movie films, said Hollywood was so sensitives that Airplane! could have been made today only if they removed all the jokes. Airplane! is rife with decidedly non-PC humor, including a scene where two black characters are given subtitles as they speak 'jive' back and forth to each other. David Zucker, 75, told PragerU that film executives were 'destroying comedy' because they are too afraid to upset a fraction of the population who 'don't have a sense of humor' Zucker's 1980 comedy Airplain! is known for its no-holds-barred off-color humor Speaking in an interview with PragerU, Zucker said...
    The raiding of an ex-president's home and personal office by the FBI, three months before an election, is a deeply shocking and jarring event - even by the standards of 2022. When the news broke Monday evening, there was jubilation on the left and fury on the right. Even 'Never-Trumpers' and voters who've cooled on Trump as a political figure were voicing their intense anger. Political journalists and the White House were caught off guard by the news and there is a mad scramble to determine what this historic event means - both legally and politically – for Trump, the upcoming midterm election and the presidential election going into 2024. I am not a lawyer. But I am a political analyst. And there are three things I know to be true: Firstly, the American public has a historically low-level of trust in our institutions and the people who run them. Call it the Deep State, the Swamp or whatever you please. Disgust with the bloated, self-interested federal bureaucracy is a major reason why Trump was elected in the first place...
    David Beckham, 48, and his wife Victoria, 47, hosted a special big lunch on Saturday for inspirational individuals as part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations. And during the event, which honoured MBE recipients, the couple gave some inside advice on meeting Royalty.  With mother-of-four Victoria, who received the award in 2017, telling one pregnant guest: 'Ask for a seat near the bathroom'.  'Don't wear heels and ask for a seat near the bathroom': David and Victoria Beckham gave honours recipients advice on meeting royalty as they hosted a Jubilee lunch on Saturday  David looked dapper in a grey suit, while Victoria cut a chic figure in a cream midi dress as their swanky event was broadcast on BBC One as part of Sunday's coverage of the Platinum Pageant. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Helena Bonham Carter, 55, packs on the PDA with boyfriend... Danny Dyer, 44, cradles his grandson Santiago, 17 months, as... Billi Mucklow and Andy Carroll's wedding preparations get... Jesy Nelson's debut solo album 'is delayed as early versions... ...
    Liev Schreiber explained how he maintains a relationship with his "Ray Donovan" co-star Jon Voight given their incredibly differing views on politics.  While Schreiber isn’t particularly known for sounding off on politics on social media, Voight has made a name for himself in recent years for his pro-conservative posts, which include videos in which he often uses religious vocabulary to denounce the left and praise Donald Trump.  Speaking to TV Line, Schreiber noted that he does not at all agree with most of Voight’s political opinions. However, they maintain a cordial relationship by following one simple rule — Don’t talk about it.  JON VOIGHT SLAMS BIDEN, SAYS TRUMP 'MUST WIN' ELECTION Jon Voight and Liev Schreiber of "Ray Donovan" agreed to never talk politics.  (Matt Doyle/Getty Images) "Jon and I made an agreement years ago to just never talk about politics," he told the outlet. "It’s just something that we don’t want in the workspace. We don’t want that. Our jobs are difficult enough as they are without all the other nonsense coming into it. So, for that brief time that...
    NOW that nights out are back on the agenda, we're hitting our local clubs as much as physically possible. But one person who might be having second thoughts about clubbing is 23-year-old TikTok star Emma. 2Emma tried the viral trend after learning fake teeth don't glow in UV lightCredit: TikTok @lxvdisc 2She said all her friends had lied to her in clubsCredit: TikTok @lxvdisc Earlier this month, the TikToker saw a viral video about how UV light in clubs can expose fake teeth. In the clip, Lane highlights how her fake front tooth doesn't glow in the dark like the rest of her natural teeth - which creates the illusion of a gap in the front of her mouth. She wrote: "When you're self-conscious about your fake tooth not lighting up in the club but you remember Pit Bull has been there, done that." As someone who has two fake front teeth herself, Emma thought it couldn't possibly be that bad and decided to try it herself. As her friends had always insisted that no one could see anything out...
    The teenager who lost her father, mother and younger sister in the helicopter crash that also killed basketball giant Kobe Bryant and his daughter one year ago has struggled to grieve amid the COVID crisis where she can't hug her loved ones, her family reveals.   In the tragic January 26, 2020 helicopter crash a total of nine people perished including college baseball coach John Altobelli, 56, his wife Keri, 46, and his youngest daughter Alyssa, 13. Lakers Legend Bryant, 41, and his daughter Gianna, 13, also died on board as they flew to a basketball tournament.  Altobelli’s daughter Lexi, 17, is doing her best to cope with the enormous loss, her uncle says, and has been living with her half-brother JJ Altobelli.  'They are coping as good as can be expected. JJ is Lexi’s guardian now, which is great,' Lexi’s uncle Tony Altobelli, John's younger brother, said to The Sun.  He said the COVID crisis has made it harder for his family to grieve because they can't embrace each other saying, 'The fact that you can’t hug people made it so...
    She is one of the world's most famous supermodels.  But Kate Moss has joined forces with her mini-me daughter Lila Grace, 18, to launch a new sustainable clothing line, which they have called Eyescapes.  The fashionista, 46, harked back to her modelling days as she showcased some items from the curated collection.    Resourceful: Kate Moss has joined forces with her mini-me daughter Lila Grace, 18, to launch a new sustainable clothing line, which they have called Eyescapes In one polaroid photo the pair worked the camera as they modelled a pair of white hoodies. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Lottie Moss sets pulses racing in a sheer cream corset and... Kate Moss was 'so starstruck' when she met Frank Sinatra 25... Lily Allen proudly showcases her toned abs in a grey crop... Vogue Williams jokes she would be cashing in if she ever... Share this article Share While plain on the front, the back shows a digital print of Kate's very own eyes taken by renowned photographer Rankin as part...
    Democrat firebrand Alexandria Ocasio Cortez appears on the cover of Vanity Fair this month and in lengthy photo-shoot and interview, wearing an array of high-priced clothes and comparing herself to Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi, claiming they have both been made the 'boogeyman' of their party by Republicans.  The congresswoman- who is regularly branded a socialist for her far-left views - is photographed in current season silk suits from Aliette, Loewe, Carolina Herrera, and teeters on Christian Louboutin heels, all of which come with hefty price tags, in an array of poses which include playing with children in her native Bronx.  In her interview, she reveals that her family call her 'Sandy', complains that she and other women have been vilified by Republicans, talks about losing her father when she was a sophomore in college and says he'd be the 'first to call her a Communist' if he were alive.  The 31-year-old also says she has contemplated freezing her eggs. She and partner Riley Roberts have been together for eight years.  She is coy about her political ambitions, saying she'd...
    A Missouri congressman has formally asked the British government to stop the Duke and Duchess of Sussex from interfering in the presidential election. Rep. Jason Smith, a Missouri Republican, sent a letter Friday to the British government arguing that the couple’s comments urging Americans to vote and to “reject hate speech, misinformation, and online negativity” constitute a “serious breach of the British Royal Family’s policy of political neutrality and an inappropriate act of domestic interference by one of our closest allies.” “It is my view, the titles and privileges they retain by permission of Her Majesty the Queen, given with the advice and consent of her government, prevent the Duke and Duchess from separating comments made in a personal capacity from their official position within the British Royal Family,” Smith wrote in a letter addressed to Karen Pierce, the British Ambassador to the United States. “By allowing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to retain their titles, and these political comments to continue, the British Government is effectively condoning interference in the 2020 United States Presidential Election from...
    By Khadija Gurnah This year has been an incomparable and often traumatic experience for us all. Fear of COVID-19 infection, homeschooling, social isolation, and economic upheaval have been common factors in our collective experiences. Yet systemic racism, health disparities, and bias continue to lead to inequitable, even devastating experiences for Black and Latino populations. Disproportionately higher rates of unemployment and risk of eviction coupled with less access to health care are the trifecta of disequilibrium and inequity for Black and brown people during the pandemic. For those with inadequate access to health care, emergencies tend to exacerbate underlying, long-standing, and interconnected crises. Sadly, Black and Latino communities are not only more likely to contract COVID-19, but are also more likely to die from it. The effects of the long-standing maternal health epidemic on our nation are compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic. The United States ranks 55th in maternal mortality in comparison to other countries, and race has an outsized impact on maternal health outcomes in this country. Black women are three times more likely to die in pregnancy and childbirth than their white...
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    SHAMELESS NHS nose job blagger, Carla Bellucci, 38, is known for her controversial lifestyle and unorthodox parenting approach. And now the mum, form Hitchin, Herts, who sparked outrage last year after admitting she faked depression to get a free £7k NHS nose job, has revealed her latest money spinner - and it's split her family in two. 10Carla Bellucci has opened an Only Fans account selling her saucy snapsCredit: giovanni pincay Carla has revealed she's making £800 a week doing next to nothing. Here she tells Fabulous Digital why she's proud to be making cash from racy photos. Drifting off to sleep I'm filled with warm thoughts - because I'm actually making money. And it’s all because desperate men are willing to pay me $14.99 (£12) a month for a few saucy snaps. I’ve had my Only Fans account for just six days and already I’ve got $1,000 (£810) in the bank from sleazy men who are stupid enough to pay for it. 10Carla says that she has made over £800 in less than a weekCredit: giovanni pincay 10She says...
    The family of a woman whose image was used in Aunt Jemima branding doesn't want the products renamed because the affiliation made her a hero in her hometown. Quaker Foods North America, acknowledged that 'Aunt Jemima's origins are based on a racial stereotype,' of a 'mammy' and announced Wednesday that it would be removing the image and name. Texas woman Vera Harris says her second cousin Lillian Richard worked as an ambassador for the Quaker Oats brand for 23 years from 1925 and she doesn't want the progressive changes to affect her family's local fame. There is a historic marker dedicated to Richard in her hometown of Fouke after she was one of the black women able to get work in the decades before the civil rights movement. Vera Harris doesn't want Aunt Jemima to rebrand because her second cousin was an ambassador almost 100 years ago Quaker Foods North America, acknowledged that 'Aunt Jemima's origins are based on a racial stereotype,' of a 'mammy' and announced Wednesday that it would be rebranding Lillian Richard (left...
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