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Topic - Jane Fonda
A South Carolina woman spent a night in jail last week for failing to return a Jennifer Lopez movie she rented in 2005.
George Hugo Boldt was not a man anyone would mistake for a revolutionary.
At first flicker, the Turner Classic Movies documentary "And the Oscar Goes To ..." appears to be little more than a promotional film for the Academy Awards.
John Fogerty performed with the Foo Fighters and Jennifer Hudson. R. Kelly debuted a tribal new song in tribute to Nelson Mandela. And Miley Cyrus basically called the audience old.
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP) — Sandra Bullock shared the painful results of Googling herself, Meryl Streep shadowboxed on-stage, and Tom Hanks braced for awards season's "celebrity mule train" at the year's first glitzy Hollywood gala.
President Obama's lame apology to Americans who are losing their health insurance policies (he said in a recent interview that he regrets "we weren't as clear as we needed to be" about the reforms of his landmark health care restructuring) sounds vaguely familiar to me. It reminds me of the nonapology of actress Jane Fonda for her traitorous actions in Vietnam in 1972. She later said that her actions were misunderstood by U.S. veterans. Really? These actions included gleefully sitting behind an anti-aircraft gun in North Vietnam as she gleefully pretended to shoot down American aircraft.
Samantha Power, the recently seated U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, may have made many in Hollywood happy with her recent public praise of actress icon and exercise legend Jane Fonda, but veterans aren't smiling.
A Korean War veteran, who has owned the MoviePalace in Elizabethtown, Ky., for more than three decades is refusing to run "The Butler" due to the anti-Vietnam War stance of one of its lead actresses, the Blaze reported.
President Obama has insulted the memory of the nearly 60,000 Americans who died in Vietnam. Last week, Mr. Obama met with Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang.
Assorted mottos were spotted on vest and jacket patches at the annual Rolling Thunder membership dinner Saturday, including, "If you can read this, thank a teacher. If you can read this in English, thank a vet."
Jane Fonda is planning to shed a few tears on Saturday.
Forget glamour girls Jessica Chastain versus Jennifer Lawrence. By the end of a long Oscars telecast, the only person who could have stolen the fashion conversation was first lady Michelle Obama _ and she did.
Some dressed down in jeans and hoodies. Others looked camera-ready in suits or chic dresses and spiky stilettos.
The Oscar bleacher fans get a wave from some of the stars, like Jane Fonda, and a peace sign from others, like Channing Tatum.
It's always fun to hear what Jennifer Lawrence has to say _ even if you have to lip read because she's being bleeped.