Jeanne on Sky News Talking Sony Hack

I was a guest on Sky News to discuss the most recent developments in the Sony Hack – including President Barack Obama’s take on it.

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Talking Sony Hack with BBC

BBC asked me to weigh in on the Sony Hack and the decision to pull The Interview completely. Such a travesty. This is when we need comedy most!

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Julianne Moore Struggles To Remember

Julianne Moore and her family – including her daughter played by Kristen Stewart – is trying to cope with her early on set Alzheimer’s diagnosis in Still Alice. Her devastating portrayal of a linguistics professor whose memory slips away is an odds on Oscar favorite.

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Joy Lenz Stars in The Christmas Secret

Even if we didn’t check our list twice or that darn turkey won’t defrost most of us we’ll get through the holidays without overdoing the egg nog. A “Christmas Carol” became a holiday classic reminding us about those who’ll face a lot more. Now you can get a contemporary spin on the age old tale.

If you think Tiny Tim suffered, check out the Mom who struggles on “The Christmas Secret” December 7th on Hallmark Movies and Mysteries. “One Tree Hill’s” Joy Lenz stars and she told me, “Hard times always seem worse at Christmas.” She’s not kidding. There’s the eviction, the unpaid bills and the ex- who wants custody of her little girl. But there’s something very compelling about her battle to keep it together while the rest of the world is ho-hoing.

Joy makes it and her story is a good reminder that a little help from unselfish people can make the difference. As Joy puts it, “It’s not about magic. It’s about people who randomly decide to be kind and their acts of generosity pay off.” Oh, and what about that dreamy guy (John Reardon) she meets? Watch on December 7th.

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Benedict Cumberbatch Becomes a WWII Hero With A Secret

I am still in love with Eddie Redmayne for his performance in The Theory of Everything but Benedict Cumberbatch really gives him a run for his money in The Imitation Game! Benedict’s turn as Alan Turning was beautiful and he found the role to be profoundly moving as well.

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