Mitchell Sunderland

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Pitbull Will Live Forever

Mr. Worldwide may seem like a kitschy party guy, but on his new album 'Climate Change,' he has a revolutionary agenda to make culture a bit more Miami.
Mitchell Sunderland
4.4.17
Broadly DK

How Keke Palmer Survived Hollywood

After years in Los Angeles working as a child star, the 'Scream Queens' actress and living GIF is shooting 'Berlin Station' in Germany, attending therapy, and moving to Atlanta.
Mitchell Sunderland
3.20.17
Broadly DK

Camille Paglia Discusses Her War on 'Elitist Garbage' and Contemporary Feminism

In an interview about her new essay collection, the professor and controversial feminist discusses the failure of feminists on college campuses, why men deserve more credit for their labor, and how Sheryl Sandberg is "smug and entitled."
Mitchell Sunderland
3.14.17
Broadly DK

Dustin Lance Black’s New ABC Drama Aims to Bring Gay History to Middle America

The Academy Award-winning 'Milk' screenwriter's new show, ‘When We Rise,’ follows three LGBTQ activists from 1970s gay liberation to 21st century marriage equality. Can the series unite a divided country?
Mitchell Sunderland
2.26.17
Hollywood: The Next Chapter

The Producer of 'Reservoir Dogs' on the Film's 25th Anniversary and the Future of Indie Filmmaking

Lawrence Bender talks Tarantino, Trump, and the state of the movie business at large.
Mitchell Sunderland
2.25.17
Broadly DK

Anna Nicole Smith Dying in My Hometown Gave Me a Religious Awakening

Ten years ago this week, a pop culture earthquake erupted when Anna Nicole overdosed in the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino a few blocks away from my mother's house...
Mitchell Sunderland
2.7.17
Broadly DK

Wrestling with Demons: The Story of Chyna's Final Days

Since the WWE icon died of a drug and alcohol overdose on the same day as Prince, a battle has emerged over whether America will remember her as a groundbreaking feminist athlete or a reality TV tragedy.
Mitchell Sunderland
2.2.17
Broadly DK

How 2007 Became a Meme

It was the year Britney Spears shaved her head, Paris Hilton went to jail, Lindsay Lohan crashed a car, and George W. Bush drove the world economy into a proverbial tree. And now the stars' (and America's) survival has become the internet's symbol of hope
Mitchell Sunderland
1.31.17
Broadly

Kellyanne Conway's Sort-Of Feminist 2004 Book Takes a Subtle Dig at Trump

Conway’s "What Women Really Want" claims to know the scientific answers to what women crave in their day-to-day lives, delivering results that could be perceived as feminist. What happened?
Mitchell Sunderland
1.30.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Florida's Infamous Sausage Castle Has Burned Down

The old Sausage Castle was abandoned when it caught on fire Wednesday morning, but authorities are still calling the blaze 'suspicious.'
Mitchell Sunderland
1.11.17
Broadly

'La La Land' Composer Explains Why His Music Isn't Supposed to Sound Nostalgic

Justin Hurwitz grew up on Disney musicals, and intended for the critically acclaimed film, starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, to reinvent the movie musical.
Mitchell Sunderland
12.27.16
Broadly

A Very Scientology Christmas: Inside L. Ron Hubbard's Winter Wonderland

Since 1983, the Church of Scientology has ran a Santa Claus photo-op on Hollywood Boulevard, where they hand out their founder's writings to visitors, but they deny using it to attract new members.
Mitchell Sunderland
12.22.16
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