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Director: Anna Biller
Cast: Samantha Robinson, Jeffrey Vincent Parise, Laura Waddell, Gian Keys, Jared Sanford
Plot: A modern-day witch uses spells and magic to get men to fall in love with her, in a tribute to 1960s pulp novels and Technicolor melodramas.
Genre: Comedy, Horror
Release Date: November 11, 2016
TV networks broke away from programming and over to their political reporters flying with Donald Trump’s running mate Gov. Mike Pence after Pence’s plane hydroplaned while landing at New York’s LaGuardia Airport this evening.
The plane experienced a very hard landing and the back it fish-tailed, as the plane went into a skid situation, according to witnesses.
You undoubtedly know their names and faces: Andrew Rannells plays Lena Dunham’s’ gay confidante Elijah in HBO’s Girls. Christian Borle played the depressive composer Tom Levitt on NBC’s Smash. But they’re creatures of the theater: Rannells was Tony-nominated for his breakout performance as Elder Price in The Book Of Mormon; Borle recently vamped as a preening sequined Shakespeare in Something Rotten!, for which he won the second of his two Tony Awards.
Over six-months after being pink slipped by E! Entertainment and NBCUniversal, ex-Talent Development and Casting SVP Blythe Asher today hit the media giant and its owner Comcast with a jury seeking age discrimination and wrongful termination suit.
"In 2016, for the first time during her employment with E! and after having battled cancer, Asher received a significantly lower performance evaluation," the seven-claim complaint filed Thursday in L.