Entertainment

What to watch on Thursday: ‘Pinocchio’ premieres on Disney Plus

[ad_1] Bump (CW at 8) Santi and Oly try to navigate their new family dynamic and the inception of their relationship is revealed. Alone: Frozen (History at 9) The arriving
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Angelina Jolie accuses Brad Pitt of ‘waging a vindictive war against her’ in new countersuit

[ad_1] In February, Pitt sued Jolie over what his claim called the “unlawful” sale of her stake in Château Miraval, a country estate and winery in the south of France
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Arthur Cotton Moore dies; architect designed Washington Harbour

[ad_1] Arthur Cotton Moore, a Washington architect who painstakingly renovated landmarks such as the Library of Congress and gave the capital a new waterfront destination with the development of Washington
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Lewis Capaldihas been diagnosed with Tourette syndrome

[ad_1] Capaldi shared the news during an Instagram Live, explaining that the condition is something he deals with “all the time.” “The worst thing about it is when I’m excited
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In new Obama portraits, a traditional but necessary nod to goodwill

[ad_1] In February 2018, when Barack and Michelle Obama came to Washington to unveil their official portraits at the National Portrait Gallery, the crowd gathered felt like a government in
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Elijah Wood and original ‘Lord of the Rings’ cast shut down racist critics of ‘Rings

[ad_1] Several performers in Amazon’s new series “Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” have been besieged by hateful comments from viewers who have criticized casting people of color
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Charli D’Amelio and mom Heidi join cast of ‘Dancing with the Stars’

[ad_1] The news was announced on “Good Morning America” on Wednesday. This season will be the competition show’s first season on Disney+ after 30 seasons on ABC, becoming the streaming
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ABC’s ‘Claim to Fame’ and the meaninglessness of a celebrity connection

[ad_1] In ABC’s “Claim to Fame,” celebrity is a double-edged sword. A familial relation to someone famous, be it your aunt Cindy Crawford or your grandfather Chuck Norris, is your
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Perspective | Henri Regnault’s sumptuous Salomé, at the Met, wowed all of Paris

[ad_1] Édouard Manet was in his pomp. Edgar Degas was making his first great pictures of the Opera’s orchestra pit. Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Berthe Morisot were making their first forays
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‘Vampire’ grave in Poland shows 17th-century fears of women

[ad_1] A sharp sickle was placed across her neck, ready to decapitate her should she jolt awake after death, and a padlock was put around her big toe. That’s what
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