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‘Walking Dead': Here’s How Dwight’s Big Move Played Out in the Comic Books

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(Spoilers ahead for the March 26 episode of “The Walking Dead,” “Something They Need.”) If you’re shocked by the big reveal at the end of this week’s “The Walking Dead,” you really shouldn’t be. Dwight’s (Austin Amelio) defection has been a long time coming — Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) was, after all, the one who burned the side of his face with an iron. Let’s also not forget that Dwight’s wife, Sherry, married Negan to keep him from killing Dwight. And then when Sherry ran away, Negan ordered Dwight to chase her down and kill her. »


- Phil Owen

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No, ‘Sesame Street’ Didn’t Just Introduce an Alt-Right Muppet Named Stan

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Oscar the Grouch is no longer the crankiest Muppet on the friendly block known as “Sesame Street.” Introducing Stan, whose hobbies include grooming his Hitler-esque coiffe and moustache… and attacking mainstream media on the internet. That’s right, he’s the first Muppet to identify as alt-right. Not in a million years would that happen! Stan is not a product of the fine folks at “Sesame Street” but rather by those crazies at Funny or Die. Also Read: Julia is 'Sesame Street's' Newest Muppet - And She Has Autism “Sesame Street,” the 46-year-old, iconic children’s show that has won 167 Emmys and 8 Grammys, »


- Rosemary Rossi

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Fox News Dragged for Claiming Trump ‘Spent Weekend’ at White House – When He Was at Golf Course

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Twitter users were all over Fox News with “fake news” claims after the network sent a “news alert” on Twitter stating Donald Trump spent the weekend working at the White House when news reports suggest he traveled to his Virginia golf course on Saturday and Sunday. The tweet didn’t include a link or a story, just a photo of the White House and a tag for the official @Potus Twitter handle. Twitter users, especially journalists, were a bit befuddled by the news alert claiming “@Potus spending weekend working at the White House.” According to multiple news reports, Trump had left the White House. »


- Phil Hornshaw

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‘Walking Dead': Here’s Where Every Faction Stands Ahead of Season Finale (Photos)

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As season 7 of “The Walking Dead” approaches its climax, it definitely looks like the war with the Saviors is about to kick off in earnest. After a whole season of political machinations and false starts, Rick is going to lead his people into battle — hopefully with the help of some other groups the Saviors have been pushing around. But there’s a lot of division even now. Here’s where the six factions of season 7 all stand as the biggest battle in “The Walking Dead” looms. »


- Phil Owen

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‘Walking Dead': Where Is Gregory Going, and What’s He Up To?

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(Spoilers ahead for the March 26 episode of AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” “Something They Need.”) As season 7 of “The Walking Dead” nears its conclusion and war between Alexandria and the Saviors feels imminent, we’ve been spending more time than usual lately with a character who hasn’t had a lot to do this year but will no doubt be a major player in next week’s season 7 finale: Gregory (Xander Berkeley), the leader of the Hilltop. Gregory is experiencing a lot of personal turmoil these days, what with his desire to stay in power, his fear of Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and. »


- Phil Owen

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‘Feud’ Brutally Explains How Early Hollywood Killed the Female Director

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Feud: Bette and Joan” is a long meditation on misogyny, fame and the ways we hurt each other in show business — but Sunday’s episode, set in 1962, delivers a brutal hypothesis on how women got booted from the directors chair as the studios came to power. In a scene between Jessica Lange’s Joan Crawford and an assistant to “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?” director Robert Aldirch, Lange delivers a blistering and concise monologue on how the studio system turned women filmmakers into glorified homemakers. The assistant Pauline (Alison Wright) is pitching Crawford a movie she’s written and wants to direct. »


- Matt Donnelly

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Antonio Banderas Reveals Heart Surgery That’s Given Him New Perspective of Life

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During a press conference to promote the 20th annual Málaga Film Festival in his hometown in Spain on Saturday, Antonio Banderas revealed Saturday that he had a heart attack in January which resulted in surgery and, ultimately, a new lease on life. “I put a major punch to the potato in the last 37 years,” the 56-year-old actor joked, according to the Spanish news outlet El Pais. “I had a heart attack on January 26, but I was very lucky, it was benign and it did not leave any damage. … I underwent an intervention in which three stents were »


- Rosemary Rossi

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‘Sweat’ Theater Review: An Extraordinary Drama Set in a Grungy Rust Belt Bar

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This review of Lynn Nottage’s “Sweat,” which opened on Broadway Sunday with the same cast, first appeared in November with the opening of the original Public Theater production. If you go to the theater a lot, you’ve spent many nights in one of those grungy neighborhood taverns populated with colorful, often very loud, and usually drunk characters. People who go the theater a lot may never have actually stepped into such a joint — the word “bar” is far too upscale to describe the place — but we know the scene well since playwrights feel compelled to keep taking us. »


- Robert Hofler

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