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    Pro-abortion activists are protesting outside the home of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in Chevy Chase, Maryland. The activists are also planning on protesting at Chief Justice John Roberts’s home in Maryland. Protesters were reportedly seen wearing outfits from the TV series The Handmaid’s Tale in preparation for the protest. This protest is part of a wave of pro-abortion demonstrations across the country following the leak of a Supreme Court draft opinion, authored by Justice Samuel Alito, that would overturn Roe v. Wade. Furthermore, leftist activists have specifically targeted the homes of the six Supreme Court Justices, who are on the conservative wing of the bench, outside of Washington DC in Northern Virginia and Maryland. Despite the tactics to intimidate the justices, Thomas told attendees at a judicial conference last week that “We can’t be an institution that can be bullied into giving you the outcomes you want.” On Monday, the leftist group Shut Down DC held a protest outside the house of Justice Samuel Alito. However, before the protest took place, Alito was reportedly moved to an undisclosed location, per Breitbart News. In...
    The Handmaid’s Tale actor Bradley Whitford took to Twitter on Wednesday to claim that the Republican Party is “no longer a functioning political party,” proclaiming, “It’s a hate group.” “The GOP is no longer a functioning political party,” the West Wing star tweeted. “It’s a hate group that worships a conman.” The GOP is no longer a functioning political party. It’s a hate group that worships a conman. — Bradley Whitford (@BradleyWhitford) April 20, 2022 “Republicans are more upset about patriotic, taxpaying gay Americans who love each other than the Russian war criminal who is killing children,” Whitford added in a follow-up tweet. It remains unclear, however, what the actor was referring to. Republicans are more upset about patriotic, taxpaying gay Americans who love each other than the Russian war criminal who is killing children. — Bradley Whitford (@BradleyWhitford) April 20, 2022 Bradley Whitford is no stranger to putting his political meltdowns on display on the internet. In November, the Get Out actor freaked out over a series of Republican victories in elections across the country, accusing Republicans of embracing a “racist Lee Atwater...
    Author Margaret Atwood is a hero of the woke left, which has long adored her novel The Handmaid’s Tale and the feminist Hulu series adapted from it. But with one tweet, the novelist has now become the target of hate from the same woke fane base after she shared an article that questioned the increasing prevalence of terms like “person with a vagina” and “person who menstruates” in place of “woman.” Margaret Atwood tweeted a Toronto Star column titled “Why Can’t We Say ‘Woman’ Anymore?” that calls into question transgender activists for their erasure of “woman” and their aggressive push to stigmatize the word. Why can’t we say ‘woman’ anymore? https://t.co/ghcQDJgxWE via @torontostar — Margaret E. Atwood (@MargaretAtwood) October 19, 2021 “This is all directly a phenomenon resulting from trans activism run amok,” columnist Rosie DiManno wrote. She cited the recent cases of the once-respected medical journal The Lancet using the term “bodies with vaginas” to describe women, and the ACLU changing a quote from the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by substituting “person” for “woman.” “The battleground of language has...
    "Oh look you're angry language is finally starting to include people like me. Disappointed in you. But not shocked," tweeted another critic. "How disappointing. I expected better from you," responded another detractor. "[T]he piece has so much transphobic ideology and language you cannot tell me that you've read this piece and genuinely believe she is not being transphobic," read another. Others warned people not to read the article at all. "Reading that article was delightfully dysphoria-inducing, so don't do it," said one activist. Here's more about the transgender political agenda: The ridiculous battle between Trans Activists and TERFs www.youtube.com
    CNN Media reporter Brian Stelter deleted a condescending tweet mocking a woman activist for comparing the United States under then-President Donald Trump with the dystopian A Handmaid’s Tale. In 2018, activist Amy Siskind posted a tweet sounding the alarm about Trump’s policies and saying, “We are a few steps from The Handmaids Tale.” When Dems take control of the House and hopefully Senate, one of the first things we need Congress to push for is the dismantling of ICE – being used now as Trump’s Gestapo. — Amy Siskind ????️‍???? (@Amy_Siskind) June 26, 2018 Stelter then retweeted Siskind and added by way of reply that ‘We are not “a few steps from The Handmaids Tale.’ I don’t think this kind of fear-mongering helps anybody.” That tweet was still there on Wednesday, according to The Internet Archive, but has since been deleted — simultaneous with the Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision not to block a Texas anti-abortion rights law that effectively guts the protections of Roe v. Wade. However, Stelter hasn’t (yet) deleted a reply to another user in which...
    The Y: The Last Man series has come a long way to streaming. But judging by the attention and effort HULU is putting into its production, it was worth the effort. Brian K. Vaughan and artist Pia Guerra’s modern comic book classic of the same name is one of the platform’s most ambitious projects that we will soon be able to see on Star +, the new Disney Plus channel. And according to what has transpired from the television plot, the series will adapt the best of history on paper. It is also a peculiar response to the success of The Handmaid’s Tale. In fact, both series seem to dialogue about the same thing from different ends of the spectrum. Y: The Last Man, which will premiere in September on HULU, is also a risky experiment. With his groundbreaking discourse on gender, identity and culture, he will undoubtedly be a center of controversy. We leave everything to you what we know so far about its production and filming details. ‘Y: The Last Man’, a dark, painful and possible...
    Last week we learned that Hulu is already planning the end of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’. But let’s not be alarmed so quickly. Bruce Miller, one of the main producers and scriptwriters of the series, has wanted to complete the statements of his partner Jordan Helman that they are already thinking about the best way to end the series. In statements to Deadline, Miller has clarified that “he never seeks to finish ‘The Handmaid’s Tale” and that many steps for the future of the series are still being considered: I work with a group of very simple people; we have a lovely group of screenwriters, a spectacular group of actors and directors, and our team. What they did this year was incredible. They did this whole series during Covid. We filmed everything for two weeks. We wrote each script so that we could change the story so that we could do it with different actors, but they were able to do it themselves. I was here in Los Angeles and Liz was there as executive producer Elisabeth Moss with all...
    ‘The maid’s tale’ could come to an end sooner than expected, specifically in the next season, which would be the fifth of the Hulu fiction that in Spain we enjoy (rather suffer) through HBO Spain . All following comments from Hulu boss Jordan Helman. It seems that Hulu is already in full planning of how and when to conclude the series, the flagship of its streaming service. This was stated in statements to Deadline. The success of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ remains paramount for us. That said, what’s also most important to us is that we closed that series in a creative way that feels organic, so we’re in constant communication, literally right now, talking to Bruce Miller, Elisabeth Moss, and Warren Littlefield, about which one. is the best way to end ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’. We have not found an answer … I imagine that we will be able to answer that question in the next few months. Finding the right ending to the series, be it in one season, two seasons or more … I have the utmost confidence that...
    $2.3 million on travel in 8 months: Trump Navy secretary flew around the world, despite COVID-19 Liz Cheney Has Only Herself to Blame Amazing Device Lights Up Countertops And Fixes Dark Kitchens Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/7 SLIDES © Getty / Jerod Harris 6 Fun Facts About The Handmaid's Tale's Breakout Star McKenna Grace The breakout star of The Handmaid's Tale season four is definitely new cast member McKenna Grace. Playing Mrs. Keyes, the teenage wife of a vicious commander and a secret agent for the rebel Mayday group, Grace has one of the most intriguing and difficult roles of the new season. The big-name show is nothing new for Grace, however, who is used to being in high-profile projects from Netflix to Marvel and beyond. In fact, there's a pretty good chance you recognize her from one of her many other roles! If you're curious to know more about this young rising star (or just want to pinpoint what you've seen...
    Ann Dowd is back as evil Aunt Lydia in Season 4 of “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Dowd, who won a 2017 Emmy for the role, said she doesn’t wallow in Lydia’s evil side as she terrorizes the women of Gilead, the dystopian world at the center of the Hulu series. “All of us have humanity in us — some of us have it buried deep, some of us have it kicked out of us, but somewhere the core remains,” Dowd, 65, told The Post.  “When you’re coming to know a character, one of the things we decide beforehand is to listen without judgment and find out who she is and know that there is part of her that is good,” she said. “Let’s see if we can come to understand what may have brought her to be this person that she is.” Over the course of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” Aunt Lydia has sided with the establishment in the brutal regime of Gilead, often subjugating other women in the process.  In Season 4 (new episodes premiere every Wednesday), series protagonist June (Elisabeth...
    More On: what to watch Deric Augustine channels Cassius Clay in ‘Godfather of Harlem’ Julia Goldani Telles is a scientist escort in ‘The Girlfriend Experience’ Creepy brothers take center stage in twisty thriller ‘The Bad Seed’ Melissa George on reuniting with Justin Theroux for “The Mosquito Coast” Ann Dowd is back as evil Aunt Lydia in Season 4 of “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Dowd, who won a 2017 Emmy for the role, said she doesn’t wallow in Lydia’s evil side as she terrorizes the women of Gilead, the dystopian world at the center of the Hulu series. “All of us have humanity in us — some of us have it buried deep, some of us have it kicked out of us, but somewhere the core remains,” Dowd, 65, told The Post.  “When you’re coming to know a character, one of the things we decide beforehand is to listen without judgment and find out who she is and know that there is part of her that is good,” she said. “Let’s see if we can come to understand what may have...
    At least 3 killed and 27 others injured when boat overturns Michael Hernandez, who murdered classmate in middle school bathroom stall, dies in prison Amazing Device Lights Up Countertops And Fixes Dark Kitchens Ad Microsoft Knee Surgeons Are Losing It Over These Knee Sleeves (Here's Why) Ad Microsoft Refinance rates at 1.99% APR. Calculate your rate now. Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/22 SLIDES © Courtesy of CBS; Hulu; ABC Quotes of the Week: Younger, black-ish, The Handmaid's Tale, Mayans and More We may have flipped the page on our 2021 wall calendars, but we’ve still got one last week of April television to capture in our Quotes of the Week column. In the list below, we’ve compiled the week’s most memorable TV dialogue, including bon mots and one-liners...
    Actress Mckenna Grace, who stars in Hulu’s dystopian series The Handmaid’s Tale, says she doesn’t mind if people feel “uncomfortable” with her 14-year-old character who gets married off to an older man and is raped, because “maybe that will make you want to do something for actual girls who are going through this.” Grace — whose character, Esther Keyes, is joining the show’s fourth season — said she thinks it’s important that someone as young as herself plays a character who has been “raped and abused and sold off.” In the show, Grace’s character Esther is forced to a marry a man fives times her age, and when her husband is unable to impregnate Esther, he brings in other men to routinely rape her, reports Elle. “It’s funny because I’ll make a joke that, ‘Yeah, I’m doing this right now. I got a husband or something.’ And people are like, ‘How old is your character?’ I’m like, ’14.’ And they’re like, ‘What? That doesn’t make sense,'” Grace said in an interview with Elle. “But it meant a lot that I got to actually play...
    Dunkin’s New Butter Pecan Sundae Latte Is Like a Dessert in a Cup NKosi Perry transferring to FAU as former Miami starting QB chooses to play final season with Owls Like the patriarchy, The Handmaid's Tale must one day come to an end. Elisabeth Moss Promises The Handmaids Tale Fans Will Get "What Theyve Been Waiting For" E! See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Leslie Jones to Host 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards E! Kate Upton Reveals Her 2-Year-Old Daughter Is Convinced Dad Justin Verlander Has This High-Profile Job E! Cruel Summer Builds Up More Evidence Against Jeanette In Episode 3 E! Handmaids Tale Season 4 Premiere Introduces a New Wife Who Has an Urge to Kill E! Martin Scorseses Daughter Asked Him to Identify Feminine Products and the Results Were Delightful E! Tyreses Fans Were Left Shocked After He Shaved His Girlfriends Private Area on Instagram E! Cruel Summers Sarah Drew Teases the Demise of the...
    June is being tortured again!Sophie Giraud/Hulu Let our journalists help you make sense of the noise: Subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter and get a recap of news that matters.June is screwed.  If you’re reading this and you’ve watched even a fraction of an episode of The Handmaid’s Tale, you know that this cannot possibly be counted as a spoiler. June is always screwed, in a variety of ways, to the point that it would feel almost comical if it weren’t so damn dark. She takes one step forward, she is dragged two thousand steps back, under His eye.  A few episodes in, a handful of handmaids are offed in such a way that would make a piano falling out of the sky and killing them seem restrained and poetic. The fourth season of the dystopian drama, which premieres Wednesday, begins where the third ends—June has been shot—but of course, she survives, because what is this show without its main object of torture? As if she weren’t enough of a target herself, a few episodes in, a handful of handmaids...
    Demonstrators protesting the shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. remain in streets after curfew Idaho GOP governor signs heartbeat abortion ban into law Warning: Spoilers ahead! Handmaids Tale Season 4 Premiere Introduces a New Wife Who Has an Urge to Kill E! See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Justin Bieber Accused of Cultural Appropriation for Wearing Dreadlocks E! Tom and Sarah Are Stunned By Parental Deception in Home Economics Sneak Peek E! Heres the Tea on the New Real Housewives All Stars Series Starring Teresa Guidice and More E! Anna Duggar Shuts Down Critic Who Asked How She and Josh Duggar “Afford” Having 7 Kids E! Missed the Vanity Fair Oscars Party? These Glam Pics of Zendaya and Other Stars Will Do the Trick E! Game of Thrones Prequel Series Teases Start of Production With New BTS Pics E! Carrie Ann Inaba Is Taking a Leave of Absence From The Talk E! Carrie Ann Inaba Is Taking a...
    More On: the handmaids tale ‘Handmaid’ reality: Deeply religious marriages have more spousal equality Lefties’ silly attacks on Barrett show they have no real complaint ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ star O-T Fagbenle shifts gears in new Hulu comedy Can ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ director get Jennifer Lopez an Oscar for ‘The Godmother’? It’s time to return to Gilead.  “The Handmaid’s Tale” has put June (Elisabeth Moss) through the ringer over the course of three seasons of Hulu’s hit dystopian drama. She’s been tortured, battled a nightmarish theocratic regime and was separated from her child. Season 4, which premieres Wednesday (April 28) on Hulu, doesn’t let up — but series creator/showrunner Bruce Miller told The Post that the real-world unexpectedly falling into its own dystopia (i.e. the pandemic) did not impact his plans for the show’s fictional dystopia. “It did change it practically because of Covid; we were unable to move people around the way we normally do, and so we were producing the show in a different way,” he said. “But mostly this was the story we were going to tell....
    It is only a matter of days until the fourth season of “The Handmaid’s Tale” is released, one of the best and most profound series of recent years, which fought in the awards to tanks such as “Mad Men” or “Game of Thrones”. The series starring Elisabeth Moss is based on the novel “The Handmaid’s Tale” by Margaret Atwood. It is about a dystopian future, not too distant in time, in which the world’s birth rate plummets as a result of sexually transmitted infections and environmental pollution. The crisis unleashes a civil war in the US that leads to the creation of the “Republic of Gilead”, of a theocratic, totalitarian and religious fundamentalist nature. A caste system is imposed, in which women have no freedoms and are only devoted wives of the men who lead the nation. Most of them are sterile, forcing fertile women to reside in the houses of the powerful as procreators. Each maid is trained, corrected and educated and then assigned to the homes of political leaders, where they lose their name by adopting a new...
    Loading the player... The Handmaid’s Tale is back and June wants justice. The fourth season of Hulu’s drama series is set to premiere to Hulu on April 28 and the sneak peak trailer looks action packed and intense. The final scene of the two-minute trailer features the show’s lead, June played by Elisabeth Moss asking for “justice.” Read More: Regé-Jean Page wins Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series at NAACP Image Awards 2021 “In the upcoming fourth season of The Handmaid’s Tale, June (Elisabeth Moss) strikes back against Gilead as a fierce rebel leader, but the risks she takes bring unexpected and dangerous new challenges,” per a press release obtained by theGrio. “Her quest for justice and revenge threatens to consume her and destroy her most cherished relationships.” The Handmaid’s Tale Season 4 Image: Hulu The series also stars Samira Wiley, (Orange Is the New Black), Alexis Bledel ( Gilmore Girls) and O. T. Fagbenle (Looking). Per the release, the show is “Adapted from the classic novel by Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale is the story of life in the dystopia...
    And the shows just keep on coming. The TV calendar for April is jam-packed with fresh programming. The month brings the much-anticipated return of Christopher Meloni in “Law & Order: Organized Crime, and other new offerings such as a “Kung Fu” reboot and a Ken Burns documentary on literary giant Ernest Hemingway. But April also delivers plenty of returning favorites, as well. The list includes “Manifest,” “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Top Chef,” “Fear the Walking Dead” and the final season of “Younger.” On top of all that are The Oscars, the Screen Actors Guild Awards and the Academy of Country Music Awards. Here’s a rundown: April 1 Manifest (8 p.m., NBC) Top Chef (8 p.m., Bravo) United States of Al (8:30 p.m., CBS) The Moodys (9 p.m., Fox) Wipeout (9 p.m., TBS) Law & Order: Organized Crime (10 p.m., NBC) Creepshow (Shudder) The Challenge: All Stars (Paramount+, first episode) The Great Pottery Throw Down (HBO Max, all episodes) Boys Town (Revery) Versus (Revery) April 2 The Barbarian and the Troll (7:30 p.m., Nickelodeon) My Lottery Dream Home International (8 p.m.,...
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