Netflix Renews Bojack Horseman For Season 5 by James Viscardi | September 21, 2017
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— BoJack Horseman (@BoJackHorseman) September 21, 2017
Netflix has just renewed Bojack Horseman for a fifth season with a hysterical video you can see above. Developing...
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Vin Diesel Teases Inhumans Involvement by James Viscardi | December 28, 2014
Vin Diesel loves dropping hints at his future movie roles, and today it looks like we might have one of the most overt ones yet! Diesel today posted the below image as his new Facebook cover photo featuring the actor standing in front of the phrase "Are You Inhuman" with the Inhumans logo on his shirt.
This story originally appeared on Womanista.com.After a thrilling awards season, the Oscars are almost upon us. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has revealed its nominees for the awards that many in Hollywood consider to be the biggest awards. Jimmy Kimmel will host the event, [...]
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