Leslie Jones

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Kimmel on George Santos: ‘Literally a Scooby-Doo villain at this point’
Late-night hosts discuss the GOP congressman’s alleged sick dog fraud and Republican double standards about Biden’s classified documents

Guardian staff

19, Jan, 2023 @4:34 PM

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Stephen Colbert on George Santos: ‘You can read his memoir, I Am Malala’
Late-night hosts discuss the Republican’s fictional résumé, and a suggestive new statue of Martin Luther King Jr in Boston

Guardian staff

18, Jan, 2023 @4:13 PM

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What a joke: the 10 funniest comedy shows of 2020
There wasn’t a lot to laugh about as venues closed and gigs were cancelled. But standups still delivered silly, edgy and heartfelt gags. Our critic picks his favourite new material

Brian Logan

21, Dec, 2020 @9:00 AM

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The Angry Birds Movie 2 review – another fun-filled flutter
Sworn animal enemies must team up as the smartphone game adaptation catapults towards another minor triumph

Mike McCahill

02, Aug, 2019 @10:00 AM

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Daisy Ridley is right to quit social media. Actors should be seen and not followed | Ryan Gilbey
For actors there are no downsides to leaving Instagram and the like. A star should radiate mystique, not false bonhomie and complaints about queues for the toilet, writes film critic Ryan Gilbey

Ryan Gilbey

07, Dec, 2017 @12:36 PM

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Leslie Jones accuses Simon & Schuster over Milo Yiannopoulos book deal
Ghostbusters star says publisher is helping figures including the ‘alt-right’ Breitbart News commentator to ‘spread hate’

Sian Cain

03, Jan, 2017 @12:13 PM

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Homeland Security has 'open investigation' into Leslie Jones hacking
The federal agency is investigating the cyberattack against the Ghostbusters actor after her personal information and explicit images were leaked online

Sam Levin in San Francisco

25, Aug, 2016 @5:52 PM

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Leslie Jones faces constant abuse – because that's how racism works | Rebecca Carroll
The hacking of the actor’s website is symptomatic of the culture we’ve built. If you want to take a stand, more than a tweet of sympathy is required

Rebecca Carroll

24, Aug, 2016 @8:47 PM

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Leslie Jones's site taken down after personal information leaked
Comedian’s site taken down after hackers took it over and posted photos of her license and passport, along with nude images allegedly from her iCloud account

Sam Levin in San Francisco

24, Aug, 2016 @6:14 PM

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'I'm going to Rio': Leslie Jones tweets the Olympics and wins new NBC gig
Ghostbusters star’s enthusiastic tweets catch the attention of network executives and earn the comedian a seat in commentator’s chair

Nicole Puglise

08, Aug, 2016 @10:03 PM

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Inciting an online hate campaign does not make you ‘relevant’
Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones was forced off Twitter by a vile campaign of abuse. So why is the loser who orchestrated it all complaining?

Hadley Freeman

21, Jul, 2016 @5:30 PM

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Leslie Jones's Twitter abuse proves relying on users to report bullies isn't enough
The platform has banned a high-profile user – but it still needs to find more effective ways to combat racist and misogynistic bullies

Laura Bates

21, Jul, 2016 @11:12 AM

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