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The actor talks to Esquire about his career (so far), playing a complex character, and what's next.
"Every great story has a villain," Adam Lindo says when asked about the complex character he plays for the final season of Netflix's Orange Is the New Black. The Filipino-Egyptian actor has played a bunch of recurring roles in television shows like Blue Bloods, ...
 
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He's willing to bet $5,000 of his own money.
Funnyman Jo Koy, defender and comedic deprecator of Filipino culture, has made a bold claim: the Filipino lumpia is better than any egg roll in the world. Or, in his words: "Lumpia versus your egg roll. Bring it."Jo Koy opened the challenge ...
 
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Please direct all future inquiries about Jason Momoa's body to his Guinness birthday cake.
Despite the internet firestorm surrounding Jason Momoa’s “dad bod” earlier this month, the Aquaman actor seemed blissfully ignorant to the conversation surrounding him. Momoa hadn’t noticed, because he’s been celebrating his birthday with friends and a Guinness birthday cake, but when TMZ stopped Momoa earlier this week ...
 
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'Cherry' will deal with PTSD and the opioid crisis
Only a few months on from Avengers: Endgame, Tom Holland is hooking back up with directors the Russo brothers again in their new film Cherry—but please, do not book tickets expecting a time-heist romp with Paul Rudd. Cherry is not that film."It's a story about drug ...
 
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The 22-year-old stole the show at the Once Upon a Time in... Hollywood premiere
As we progress in life, as our bones grow weary and old, we become our fathers. No, really. You're turning into your old man with every death of a cell, whether you like it or not. But before all that, there's the ...
 
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The late Tony Stark explains: "I am not my work"
Having been Iron Man for the last 11 years, to suddenly not be Iron Man anymore must be a pretty weird sensation for Robert Downey Jr, but he's been reflecting on what that whole period of his life meant and do you ...
 
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The former Nickelodeon star will appear alongside Tom Hanks as The King of Rock and Roll.
Elvis has entered the building. According to reports from Deadline, the upcoming Elvis Presley biopic from Baz Luhrmann has found its star. Austin Butler beat out quite a field of candidates to be cast as the music legend. He'll star alongside Tom Hanks, who ...
 
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"Come, come, Mr. Bond"
The rigorous training that James Bond undergoes to achieve 00 status has been well documented in films over the years. What's less clear is what actors must to do prove they have the chops to play the suited secret agent, and convince ...
 
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"Garry Shandling always said to me, 'Don’t get mad, get funny.' It changed my life."
I’ve never hit anybody who hasn’t clocked me two or three times.Everybody says, You impress me as a guy who never wanted to be a movie star. I say, Everybody in the world wants to be a movie star.I don’t give my children advice unless ...
 
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The Aquaman actor is being body-shamed on social media for a picture of his unflexed abs on vacation.
The Internet, rife with vitriol and a lack of common decency, has found a new target this week—Jason Momoa’s unflexed abs. After US Weeklyposted a photo of the Aquaman lead in Venice, commenters started calling his physique a “dad bod,” asking what happened to his ...
 
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As funny behind the wheel as he is on stage
How can you tell if the driver of a car is Filipino?There are a few ways to find out. One is to try and switch lanes—if the driver speeds up to block you off or honks angrily, that’s a telling sign. You ...
 
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Bray my name
Ever since Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan confirmed he was working on a film based around the series, there's been feverish speculation as to whether Jesse Pinkman and Walter White would get to share any screen time together.It's been broadly reported that the film—which might ...
 
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Cast them in the next Men In Black reboot, you cowards.
Out of 2019’s summer blockbuster lineup, there’s no film in the bunch more random than the upcoming zombie film, The Dead Don’t Die, starring Bill Murray, Adam Driver, Tilda Swinton, and Selena Gomez. And since random breeds random, it makes all the more ...
 
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Happy Father's Day, y'all.
Celebrity dads: They're just like us! (In that they decided the time had come to tackle fatherhood, and chances are it wasn't a breeze for them, either.) Unlike us, though, they have a lot more money and many more opportunities to score ...
 
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Wedding planners take note: Don't invite Diplo.
Celebrities love secret weddings, and go to great lengths to make sure their special days aren’t papped. Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner had one such low-key ceremony when the two wed this month in a Las Vegas chapel ceremony, officiated by an Elvis impersonator. They made ...
 
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"When I'm gone, he's gone. It's easy."
After nearly 40 years playing the iconic archeologist Dr. Indiana Jones, it's likely that Harrison Ford's time as the character will come to an end after the upcoming fifth film in the franchise in 2021. The man is 76 years old! How much ...
 
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Alex, I'll take "Good News" for $2,000.
A few months ago, if someone had told you that things were looking up for Jeopardy host Alex Trebek you probably wouldn't have believed it. But according to a report from People, it appears that the odds are turning in Trebek's favor. In the past month, ...
 
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Surely no other actor could lift the hammer
It's hard to imagine anyone other than Chris Hemsworth being able to lift Thor'shammer, but the actor has described how he almost missed out on the role.Chris has previously stated that younger brother Liam Hemsworth almost beat him to the role, but he also ...
 
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Harington checked into rehab after filming Game of Thrones Season 8
After a grueling filming and promotional campaign for the final season of Game of Thrones, the New York Post has reported that Kit Harington has checked into a luxury rehabilitation facility for stress and alcohol use.The actor, who played Jon Snow through all eight seasons ...
 
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Still looking good, guys.
Some of the most famous faces in entertainment have been in the business for decades, and they're still working as hard as ever. From Denzel Washington to Al Pacino, many of these guys are still in their prime—and well over 60. With ...
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