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"Green Book" screenwriter Nick Vallelonga has issued an apology for an anti-Muslim tweet from 2015 in which he expressed support for false claims that Muslims... [Read More]
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Nick Vallelonga, a screenwriter and producer of 'Green Book' who is under fire for a 2015 tweet, will not attend Sunday's Critics Choice Awards. [Read More]
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Co-writer of the New Orleans-shot drama is slammed for 2015 tweet. [Read More]
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There's no sugar-coated way to say it— Green Book is in deep shit. [Read More]
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Amidst the film's successful awards season run, the comedian is releasing his latest stand-up special on Netflix and headlining four sold out shows at Madison... [Read More]
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Vallelonga apologized for agreeing with Donald J. Trump's false claim that thousands of Muslims danced on rooftops in Jersey City after September 11. [Read More]
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Peter Farrelly's film looks like a solid Oscar frontrunner despite mounting controversies, critical disinterest, and middling ticket sales. Why? [Read More]
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Awards columnist Glenn Whipp looks at "Green Book's" highs and lows; the DGA nominations; and offers a shout out for "First Man." [Read More]
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"Green Book is a story about love, acceptance and overcoming barriers, and I will do better." [Read More]
"Green Book" co-writer Nick Vallelonga apologized on Thursday for an anti-Muslim tweet from 2015. "I spent my life trying to bring this story of overcoming... [Read More]
Screenwriter Nick Vallelonga deleted his Twitter after an anti-Muslim tweet from November 2015 resurfaced on social media. [Read More]
At the premiere of season three of "True Detective," actor Mahershala Ali muses on his Golden Globe win for "Green Book." (Jan. 11)       ... [Read More]
Nick Vallelonga, the screenwriter of the new film "Green Book," apologized Thursday for a 2015 anti-Muslim tweet that recently resurfaced. "I want to apologize. I... [Read More]
Winter is in full force and this weekend is supposed to be even chillier yet. If you're hoping to stay indoors this weekend, consider driving... [Read More]
Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and... [Read More]
Green Book screenwriter Nick Vallelonga has apologized for posting a tweet backing a debunked conservative narrative that American Muslims could be seen cheering after 9/11.... [Read More]
I will do better, he promises, days after deleting his Twitter account... [Read More]
Nick Vallelonga says he is 'incredibly sorry' after discovery of a 2015 tweet in which he backed a false claim by Donald Trump about 9/11... [Read More]
The Oscar-tipped film's writer Nick Vallelonga sent a 2015 tweet about Muslims cheering the 2001 attacks. [Read More]
The Oscar-tipped film's writer Nick Vallelonga sent a 2015 tweet about Muslims cheering the 2001 attacks. [Read More]
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