91

Anne Hathaway's best movie: 'The Princess Diaries' or 'The Devil Wears Prada'?

Anna Hathaway is turning 35 years old on November 12, and there's no doubt the starlet has accomplished a lot in the last 16 years of her career. She broke out with her debut leading performance in Disney's "The Princess Diaries" in 2001. The role set her up for many more future successes. Anne got the role of the a lifetime opposite Meryl Streep in praised dramedy "The Devil Wears Prada." Which m…
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#TeamPrincessDiaries
#TeamDevilWearsPrada
92

Who's the ultimate Ryan of Hollywood: Ryan Gosling or Ryan Reynolds?

Ryan Gosling is turning 37 years old on November 12, and the A-list movie star is hotter than ever. There's only one other actor who compares—Ryan Reynolds. Yes, the Ryans are both beloved movie stars. But Gosling has garnered critical praise over the years for his leading roles in "The Notebook," "Half Nelson" and "La La Land." Reynolds is quite the funny guy though, revitalizing his career with…
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#TeamGosling
#TeamReynolds
93

Should we abolish the death penalty?

The death penalty is currently legal in 32 states, yet American support for capital punishment has fallen to its lowest point in over 40 years. Researchers credit the drop in support to numerous high-profile exonerations of death row inmates. Capital punishment is also costly and hasn't been shown to deter crime. But proponents argue it is morally just to kill those who commit heinous crimes, and…
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#EndTheDeathPenalty
#KeepTheDeathPenalty
94

Do you watch reality TV?

Ever since MTV launched "The Real World" in 1992, Americans have been obsessed with reality television. In 2015, nearly 750 reality TV shows aired during primetime on cable. Pop psychologists say Americans are fascinated with reality television because we want to achieve fame. Others say it's a guilty pleasure. That said, some purists say reality TV is nothing but irredeemable trash, and would nev…
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#LoveRealityTV
#HateRealityTV
95

Leonardo DiCaprio's ultimate movie: 'Titanic' or 'The Wolf of Wall Street'?

Leonardo DiCaprio turns 43 years old on November 11, and he remains a Hollywood A-lister more than two decades into his career. "Titanic" won 11 Oscars in 1998, and is still the second highest-grossing movies of all time. Who doesn't love or sympathize Leo as Jack? Leo gave a spectacle of a performance in "The Wolf of Wall Street," garnering an Oscar nod for Best Actor in 2014. Which film is Leo's…
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#TeamTitanic
#TeamTWOWS
96

Should marijuana be legalized?

Support for marijuana legalization has hit a record high, with 64 percent of Americans now saying weed should be made legal. Sen. Cory Booker introduced a bill to not only legalize marijuana but also expunge marijuana convictions. Proponents of marijuana legalization say the plant is safe, has legitimate health benefits and is fun to use recreationally. But prohibitionists say marijuana legalizati…
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#MakeWeedLegal
#KeepWeedBanned
97

Should the NFL get rid of Thursday Night Football?

Richard Sherman suffered a season-ending Achilles tendon injury on Thursday Night Football, adding to the body count for the mid-week NFL game. Some fans argue with injuries mounting and generally sloppy play, the NFL should stop playing games on Thursdays. Still, people love NFL football, and any day there is football on the television is a good day. What do you think? 🏈…
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#NFLThursdayIsTrash
#ILoveNFLThursday
98

Who's the real king of late night: Jimmy Fallon or Jimmy Kimmel?

Jimmy Kimmel is now 50 years old, and he's celebrated for poking fun at celebrities and pulling pranks on his long-running show, ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" But he's in competition with another late night host named Jimmy—and that's Jimmy Fallon. Fallon brings lighthearted goofiness and interactive activities to NBC's "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon." Who's the king of late night? 📺…
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#TeamFallon
#TeamKimmel
99

Should President Trump delete his Twitter account?

No politician has weaponized Twitter like President Trump. The 45th President of the U.S. has even said, "I think that maybe I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for Twitter." Some argue his tweets violate democratic norms and threaten national security; Twitter was even forced to respond to accusations that Trump violated their terms of service. But his supporters say Twitter lets him circumvent a dis…
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#NeverTweetTrump
#KeepTweetingTrump
100

Does Hollywood protect sexual predators?

Harvey Weinstein, Kevin Spacey, and Jeremy Piven are just a few of the men in Hollywood accused of sexual abuse. Nondisclosure agreements have protected Hollywood execs like Weinstein for sexual assault allegations from surfacing for years. But many are saying the careers of men in Hollywood like Spacey and Weinstein are over. While some skeptics argue that sexual predators are protected in Hollyw…
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#HollywoodIsAbusive
#HollywoodIsTrying