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Hulu Releases First Trailer for New Movie 'Sex Appeal' - Watch It Now!

Hulu has released the first trailer for their new original movie!

On Tuesday (January 4), the streaming service dropped the trailer for the new coming-of-age comedy titled Sex Appeal, starring Mika Abdalla, Jake Short, Mason Versaw, Paris Jackson, Margaret Cho, Fortune Feimster, Rebecca Henderson, Tate Hanyok, Hayden Szeto, and Artemis Pebdani.

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'The Flight Attendant' Season 2 Storyline Revealed, Plus 9 New Cast Members Announced!

The second season of The Flight Attendant is currently being filmed and HBO Max has released some exciting details!

Nine new cast members will be joining Kaley Cuoco in the nine-time Emmy-nominated series when it returns for season two. The series just picked up the Emmy for Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music.

Rosie Perez, Zosia Mamet, Griffin Matthews, and Deniz Akdeniz are set to return for the new season, along with recurring guest stars T.R. Knight, Yasha Jackson, and Audrey Grace Marshall.

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Margaret Cho Opens Up About Forgiving Jay Leno For His Past Racist Jokes About Asians

Margaret Cho is opening up about her decision to forgive Jay Leno over his past racist jokes about Asians.

The 52-year-old comedian spoke to Entertainment Weekly and talked about her appearance on his motorhead series for CNBC, Jay Leno’s Garage.

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Tilda Swinton Releases Emails with Margaret Cho About Whitewashing of 'Doctor Strange'

When Tilda Swinton was involved in a whitewashing controversy over her character The Ancient One in Doctor Strange, the Oscar-winning actress confided in Margaret Cho over email to try and understand the public’s perception. Now, their email conversation has been published online with her permission.

Tilda released the emails after Margaret said in a podcast that they got into “kind of a fight about why the part should not have gone to her.”

“Basically, it ended with her saying, ‘Well, I’m producing a movie with Steven Yeun starring,” Margaret said on the TigerBelly podcast.

Tilda‘s rep sent the full exchange to Jezebel with the following statement: “Since you asked for a response to a story you published today about the substance and tone of a correspondence between Margaret Cho and Tilda Swinton, Tilda offers you the entire unedited and only conversation she has ever had with Margaret – with her gratitude for the opportunity to clarify and with all good wishes to all.”

Margaret spoke out about the release of the emails. “Asian actors should play Asian roles,” she told EW. “I believe my emails stand on their own and should be taken for the spirit in which they were intended. I am grateful that the debate has now entered the national discussion and remain a huge fan of Tilda‘s.”

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Demi Moore & Elizabeth Banks Join Star-Studded Crowd at 'Hedwig' Opening Night in LA!

Demi Moore and Elizabeth Banks walk the pink carpet while attending the opening night of the touring production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch at the Pantages Theatre on Wednesday (November 2) in Hollywood.

There was a star-studded crowd at the show to witness Darren Criss‘ performance live in person.

Also stepping out for the show were Taylor Lautner, Judy Greer, John Stamos, Olesya Rulin, Vanessa Lengies, Vincent Rodriguez III, Riker Lynch, Courtney Love, Margaret Cho, Gia Coppola, Krysta Rodriguez, Mae Whitman, and Demi‘s daughters Tallulah and Scout Willis.

Make sure to catch Hedwig at the Pantages, now through November 27!

FYI: Taylor is wearing a Ted Baker London jacket and sweater.

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Portia Doubleday & Carly Chaikin Rep 'Mr. Robot' at TCA 2016

Portia Doubleday and Carly Chaikin step out in style for the Mr. Robot panel held during the NBCUniversal part of the 2016 Summer TCA Tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Wednesday (August 3) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The ladies were joined on stage by their co-star Grace Gummer.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Portia Doubleday

Also in attendance that day were Fashion Police stars Brad Goreski, Margaret Cho, and Melissa Rivers, Incorporated stars Sean Teale, Dennis Haysbert, Julia Ormond, and David Hewlett, and Harry star Harry Connick Jr.

FYI: Portia is wearing Nicholas Kirkwood shoes. Carly is wearing a Rebecca Minkoff top and skirt.

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Margaret Cho Responds to Critics Who Thought Her Golden Globes Bits Were Racist - Read Her Statement

Margaret Cho, who portrayed the divisive Cho Young Ja during the 2015 Golden Globes last night, is responding to critics who called the portrayal racially insensitive.

“I’m of North and South Korean descent, and I do impressions of my family and my work all the time, and this is just another example of that. I am from this culture. I am from this tribe. And so I’m able to comment on it,” the 46-year-old comedian told Buzzfeed. “I can do whatever I want when it comes to Koreans – North Koreans, South Korean. I’m not playing the race card, I’m playing the rice card. I’m the only person in the world, probably, that can make these jokes and not be placed in a labor camp.”

“When we have British people playing American icons, and there’s no backlash. But for Asian Americans, it’s a very particular set of expectations that we are set to maintain, and that in itself is racist,” Margaret added. “If it’s Asian Americans making fun of Asians, we’re claiming our own voice, we’re claiming our heritage. We’re claiming all of the aspects of our own culture, and we’re allowed to. Even though it may get us put in a labor camp. If that happens you have to send Bill Clinton to come and get me,” she joked.

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