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'Saturday Night Live' mocks the latest Calvin Klein underwear promo campaign and reacts to the Academy Awards snub of the Martin Luther King Jr. movie.
The White House is hosting a screening of the movie, which depicts the march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., on Friday, January 16.
Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library's website shares a phone call recording between the president and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1965.
The rapper pays tribute to unarmed black young men who were gunned down and murdered cops during his emotional speech after accepting his award from Prince.
Paramount is offering free tickets for the movie depicting the march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. starting from January 9.
DuVernay says on Twitter that '[the] notion that Selma was LBJ's idea is jaw dropping' and urges people to 'interrogate history' and 'let it come alive for yourself.'
The two stars are joined by their co-stars such as Tim Roth, Tom Wilkinson and Cuba Gooding Jr. at the New York premiere of the movie.
'Selma' dominates the list as it's nominated in outstanding motion picture, lead actor, best supporting actor and supporting actress.
On the powerful track, Common makes references to the recent events in Ferguson and a historical event that happened to Rosa Parks in Selma, Alabama 50 years ago.
J.C. Chandor's 'A Most Violent Year' surprisingly beat 'Boyhood' and 'Birdman' in the race of Best Film of the year.
'Nightcrawler', 'Selma' and 'Boyhood' each earns five nominations while 'Foxcatcher' and 'Inherent Vice' are left out.
The movie depicts Luther King Jr. who's going toe to toe with President Lyndon B. Johnson during the U.S. civil rights movement in 1960s.