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Upcoming Damon Film Takes Class Warfare to Final Frontier

Set in 2159, only the richest can inhabit space colony ‘Elysium,’ while poor ‘rot in their own filth’ on Earth.
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NYT's Trip Gabriel Warns GOP: Don't Rule Out Hollywood Star Ashley Judd as a Senator

New York Times reporter Trip Gabriel promoted movie star and aspiring liberal politician Ashley Judd: "Kentuckians Don’t Rule Out a Star as a Senator." Gabriel wrote: "How serious could such a ...
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DiCaprio Claims ‘Normal Person Does Not Drive More’ Than 31 Miles a Day

Actor tells German news outlet he will focus on environment.
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On Violence, Obama Gives His Hollywood Pals a Pass

As Obama investigates ‘the best way to reduce gun violence’ he ignores calling Hollywood to accountability
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Top 5 Movies: 65 Violent Scenes, 185 Victims

When a weekend at the movies is a bloodbath, stars should rethink calls for gun control.  
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‘Gangster Squad,’ ‘Expendables’, ‘Chainsaw’: Hollywood’s Violent Hypocrisy

New noire flick and others call into question stars’ gun control advocacy.  
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‘Promised Land’ Continues Hollywood Anti-Fracking Campaign

Damon claims he wants to start conversation, but movie depicts gas company employees as liars.
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Reporter Wonders if Matt Damon’s Anti-Fracking Film Will Have Any Effect in Texas

Reporter from Soros-funded NPR StateImpact confuses fact and Hollywood fiction.
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2012 Emmys Honor the Profane

What does Hollywood value? Sex and lawlessness. 
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USA Today Finds OWS Theme in Movies, Ignores Villainy

Drawing examples from Batman, Cosmopolis and Arbitrage, newspaper sees Occupiers in Hollywood plots, but finds little to criticize about OWS.
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