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Sam shocks the ‘Big Brother’ 20 house with speech accusing Haleigh and Kaitlyn of betraying #MeToo movement

Sam shocks the ‘Big Brother’ 20 house with speech accusing Haleigh and Kaitlyn of betraying #MeToo movement
The #MeToo movement has moved in to the “Big Brother” house. During Sunday’s episode, brand new Head of Household Sam Bledsoe shocked the house with her nominations speech accusing Haleigh Broucher and Kaitlyn Herman of essentially betraying the movement against sexual harassment and assault. “Honestly I don’t care for how the two of you treat the young men in this house. I think that they deserve more respect and I think that it is the opposite of female empowerment,” Sam declared after nominating them for eviction.

See ‘Big Brother 20’ spoilers: Who won week 4 Power of Veto competition on #BB20 and what does it mean for July 26 eviction?

Later in the Diary Room, Sam clarified her thoughts. “I think Haleigh and Kaitlyn are trying to manipulate the young men in the house. They always seem to be hanging all over them and, ‘I want a hug and I want
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‘Big Brother’ 20 episode 12 recap: Who won Head of Household and who’d they nominate for eviction on July 22? [Updating Live Blog]

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‘Big Brother’ 20 episode 12 recap: Who won Head of Household and who’d they nominate for eviction on July 22? [Updating Live Blog]
Moments after Winston Hines was evicted on “Big Brother,” the remaining houseguests engaged in an hours-long battle of endurance to see who would replace Scottie Salton as the new Head of Household. Tonight we found out who won this “Out on a Limb” challenge and who that person chose to nominate for eviction. Also in tonight’s episode, as Julie Chen promised, viewers finally got to see the tense conversation about cultural sensitivity that sparked controversy between Bayleigh Dayton and Jc Monduix.

See ‘Big Brother 20’: Week 4 Power of Veto ceremony results on #BB20 and what they mean for July 26 eviction

Below, check out our minute-by-minute “Big Brother” recap of Season 20, Episode 12 to find out what happened Sunday, July 22 at 8/7c. Then be sure to sound off in the comments section about your favorite houseguests, who annoys you the most, and who you think will ultimately join the “Big Brother” winners list.
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New Big Brother Season 20 Hoh Winner Revealed For July 20, 2018

Happy Friday Big Brother peeps. As most of you know, the new Head Of Household competition took place on the live eviction show last night, Julyu 19, 2018. However,this one was an endurance challenge that lasted well beyond the live eviction show time frame. So, we had to go to the live feeds to see it finish out and find out who won. The competition was titled out "Out On a Limb." It was pretty straight forward. The housguests stood up on a wall stump that was made to look like a tree. It shifted back and forth. They were sprayed with water and other things at various moments. Whoever was the last person left standing, won Hoh. The comp lasted just under an hour. It started at 6:55 Pacific time, July 19, 2018. At around 7:05 pm, Haleigh already started talking about dropping, but not yet. At around 7:10 pm , Kaitlyn started
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Will This Be the Worst Labor Day Ever for Hollywood?

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2017-08-31T07:56:22-07:00Will This Be the Worst Labor Day Ever for Hollywood?

For the first time in 25 years, Hollywood will not release a major movie over the Labor Day holiday weekend. Consequently, the weekend is likely to set a new record for awful box-office receipts. A bleak weekend would cap off a dismal summer movie season in which studios and theaters suffered through a string of ho-hum weekends populated by movies that no one liked very much.

Via The Hollywood Reporter.

The Labor Day box office is going to be anything but a picnic, capping off a rough-and-tumble summer and an especially brutal August.

For the first time in a quarter of a century, there won't be one new major nationwide release on the holiday marquee. The last time that happened was in 1992 when the Matthew Broderick comedy Out on a Limb only debuted in 700 theaters,
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EW Extras: 'Better Off Dead...' Blu-ray has no bonus material?! Director Savage Steve Holland helps us create our own set.

EW Extras: 'Better Off Dead...' Blu-ray has no bonus material?! Director Savage Steve Holland helps us create our own set.
John Cusack stars as a teen who repeatedly tries to commit suicide while trying to win back his ex-girlfriend with the help of an incredibly versatile French exchange student – and gets stalked by a paperboy who wants his $2 while barreling down a mountain on one ski — and yet there’s not one extra on the new Better Off Dead… Blu-ray that’s out today? What?!

It’s time to bring back EW Extras, a recurring column that allows us to right these kind of tragic wrongs (see also: Weekend at Bernie’s) and create the DVD extras that never were.
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Exclusive: 'Wonderful World' Poster

Exclusive: 'Wonderful World' Poster
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Cinematical has just received the official poster for Matthew Broderick's sharpie-smiled Wonderful World. It's been a good two years since the actor signed on to the project, which was then simply described as a movie that "centers on a depressed, divorced, and unemployed father who finds solace in his Senegalese roommate's sister." That now sounds as telling of the story as saying The Lord of the Rings is about a journey to play a fiery game of ring toss.

The directorial debut of writer Joshua Goldin, this feature also marks a reunion with Broderick, who starred in his 1992 script, Out on a Limb. But this flick sounds like it will be even further out on that limb, making Broderick's stint in Election sound like your Average Joe kinda day:

"A pessimistic pothead struggles with his own cynicism after his Senegalese
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