Matthew McConaughey Turned Down $14.5 Million For A Film

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In Matthew McConaughey’s new memoir, Greenlights, the actor writes about wanting to shift his career to more dramatic roles after performing in romantic comedies during the early 2000s. “If I couldn’t do what I wanted, I wasn’t going to do what I didn’t, no matter the price,” McConaughey wrote. According to IndieWire, …

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Quibi Shuts Down After Raising Over A Billion Dollars

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The mobile-only video streaming service, Quibi, is shutting down after launching less than a year ago. The company raised over one billion dollars in capital but failed to secure a buyer. Jeffrey Katzenberg, a Hollywood producer and the founder of Quibi, alongside Chief Executive Meg Whitman raised over $1.75 billion …

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Texas Woman Died On A Flight, She Had Covid-19


Dallas County officials announced that a 30-year-old woman died from COVID-19 on a plane while it was on the jetway. The woman was traveling from Arizona to Texas. Before the woman died, she had trouble breathing and was given oxygen, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins told NBC 5 Dallas–Fort Worth. …

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Rush Limbaugh Has Terminal Lung Cancer

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The conservative radio show host, Rush Limbaugh, is battling stage 4 lung cancer. On his radio show, he gave an update on his condition. “It’s not dramatic, but it is the wrong direction,”  Limbaugh told listeners to his conservative radio show. Limbaugh was diagnosed with lung cancer in February. “It’s …

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Supermodel Naomi Campbell Graces The Cover Of Vogue

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Naomi Campbell, 50, sat down with Afua Hirsch from Vogue and talked about her Jamaican roots, racism, reparations, and her new docuseries. While in quarantine, Campbell found comfort in things that she learned from her grandmother during her childhood. “Grandma was six feet tall, from a farming community in Jamaica,” …

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Nebraska Woman Convicted In 2017 Tinder Date Murder


A Nebraska woman was found guilty in the death of Sydney Loofe who prosecutors said was lured to her death through a Tinder date on November 15, 2017. Bailey Boswell, 26, was convicted of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and improper disposal of human skeletal remains. Investigators stated that …

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Trump Administration Sued By Cities Over Federal Agents In Portland

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A new lawsuit filed by Oakland, Calfornia, and Portland, Oregon, questioning the legal justification for federal agents’ deployment, alleging that it is a violation of federal law and unconstitutional. “The administration needs to be held accountable for trying to expand its authority beyond what’s a reasonable scope,” said Jonathan Miller, …

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