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Al Sharpton on Monday blasted Hollywood for being too white, after a series of leaked emails revealed racially insensitive dialogue between Sony Pictures co-chair Amy Pascal and movie producer Scott Rudin. (TMZ)

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Republican Dallas Woodhouse and his Democratic brother Brad Woodhouse, two pundits, were arguing on a recent Washington Journal television broadcast when their mother called in. (Screengrab from C-SPAN/YouTube)

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Omar Mahmood was fired from the University of Michigan's campus newspaper for a piece of satire that targeted liberalism. (Image: The College Fix screenshot)

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Charlton Heston as Moses in a scene In the 1956 film "The Ten Commandments." (AP Photo/American Movie Classics, FILE)

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An art rendering shows the lobby for Elite Shooting Sports, a new indoor gun range in Northern Virginia.

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In this Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014, file photo actor Daniel Craig poses for photographers at the announcement for the new Bond film, the 24th in the series, at Pinewood Studios in west London. (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP)

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TV shows about families were once safe for children to watch, but today family-centric TV shows are highly likely to have profanity and other adult content, a new study says.

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Wilson the volleyball still provides the face of companionship on day trips to Castaway Island, actually Monuriki Island, used as backdrop for the Robert Zemeckis film that starred Tom Hanks.

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Research into the Darwin Awards, named for evolutionary icon Charles Darwin, appear to show that males are far more likely than women to take "idiotic" risks. (Associated Press)

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Joel Edgerton stars in director Ridley Scott's "Exodus: Gods and Kings." The film lacks both the gravitas and the searing violence of Mr. Scott's earlier film, "Gladiator." (20th Century Fox via Associated Press)

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The Quran (right) is the Muslim holy book. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

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Faith and Action hosts a nativity scene including actors in period costume portraying Mary, Joseph, the Baby Jesus, live camels and a donkey, Washington, D.C., Thursday, December 11, 2014. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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Faith and Action hosts a nativity scene including actors in period costume portraying Mary, Joseph, the Baby Jesus, live camels and a donkey, Washington, D.C., Thursday, December 11, 2014. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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Faith and Action hosts a nativity scene including actors in period costume portraying Mary, Joseph, the Baby Jesus, live camels and a donkey, Washington, D.C., Thursday, December 11, 2014. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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Faith and Action hosts a nativity scene including actors in period costume portraying Mary, Joseph, the Baby Jesus, live camels and a donkey, Washington, D.C., Thursday, December 11, 2014. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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Lena Dunham's publisher, Random House, said Tuesday saying that the man identified as the rapist "Barry" in her book was not "Barry One," the former Oberlin College classmate who matched some of her description.

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Rap music mogul Russell Simmons, center, and rapper Common, right, join a coalition of protest organizers at City Hall, Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014, in New York. Rappers are joining activists to demand changes to policing and prosecution. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

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Bad Santa (2003) A Christmas black comedy crime film directed by Terry Zwigoff, and starring Billy Bob Thornton, Bernie Mac, and Lauren Graham, with Tony Cox, Brett Kelly, Lauren Tom, and John Ritter in supporting roles. It was Ritter's last film appearance before his death in 2003. The Coen brothers are credited as executive producers. The film was screened out of competition at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival. An unrated version was released on DVD on March 5, 2004 and on Blu-ray Disc on November 20, 2007 as Bad(der) Santa. A director's cut DVD was released in November 2006; it features Zwigoff's cut of the film (including an audio commentary with him and the film's editor), which is three minutes shorter than the theatrical cut and ten minutes shorter than the unrated version.

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While You Were Sleeping(1995) A romantic comedy directed by Jon Turteltaub and written by Daniel G. Sullivan and Frederic Lebow. It stars Sandra Bullock as Lucy, a Chicago Transit Authority token collector, and Bill Pullman as Jack, the brother of a man whose life she saves, along with Peter Gallagher as Peter, the man who is saved, and Peter Boyle, Glynis Johns, and Jack Warden as members of Peter's family.

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Trading Places (1983) A comedy directed by John Landis, starring Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy. It tells the story of an upper class commodities broker and a homeless street hustler whose lives cross paths when they are unknowingly made part of an elaborate bet. Ralph Bellamy, Don Ameche, Denholm Elliott, and Jamie Lee Curtis also star. The storyline is often called a modern take on Mark Twain's classic 19th century novel The Prince and the Pauper. It also bears a resemblance to another of Mark Twain's stories, The Million Pound Bank Note.The film was written by Timothy Harris and Herschel Weingrod and was produced by Aaron Russo. It was released to theaters in North America on June 8, 1983, where it was distributed by Paramount Pictures. The film earned over $90 million during its theatrical run in the United States, finishing as the fourth highest earning film of the year and the second highest earning R-rated film of 1983.