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Natalie Portman snubs 'Jewish Nobel,' triggers backlash
Natalie Portman's snub of "Jewish Nobel" awards ceremony over recent events in Israel triggers backlash in Israel
Ex-E! host Catt Sadler finds herself a symbol of wage gap
Former TV host Catt Sadler charts a new career as a symbol of the wage gap for women
'The Emoji Movie' was named the worst picture of 2017
Adrienne Bankert reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Insomniac Theater: 'Annihilation' and 'Game Night'
ABC News' Kendis Gibson and Diane Macedo show us what the critics are saying about these two new movies set to take on "Black Panther."
'Annihilation' star talks new role as dad
Oscar Isaac also discusses his roles in "Star Wars" and "Hamlet" and what it was like to work with the "inspirational" Natalie Portman.
'Lady Bird' stars, director on mom-daughter relationships, what they hope to inspire
Oscar-nominated stars Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metclafe and Oscar-nominated director Greta Gerwig discuss their film "Lady Bird."
'Lady Bird' stars, director on what they hope their female-centered film inspires
It’s a love-hate relationship nearly everyone can relate to. With its brutally honest portrayals, the Oscar-nominated film “Lady Bird” explores the often fraught relationship between mother and daughter. “We’re watching it from the outside looking in. You’re able to totally understand both sides of
Celebrities help raise over $20M for Time's Up legal defense fund
some "Pop news" with Lara Spencer. Thank you, robin Roberts. Good morning, George and you guys and you, of course. And we're going to start with great news. The time's up initiative started by that group of celebrity women including Oprah, Reese Witherspoon, well, in just over one month, guys, they
In 'Saturday Night Live' sketch, a stressed-out Melania Trump seeks advice from former first ladies
Alec Baldwin reprised his role as President Donald Trump during the " Saturday Night Live " cold open once again this weekend. And "SNL" cast member Cecily Strong did double duty, playing White House communications director Hope Hicks during the cold open, and then a few sketches later, as first