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Betty White and Ed Asner at TV Critics Association Press Tour

By Greg Hernandez HollywoodNews.com: Between them, they have at least a dozen Emmys and in a few weeks time, will be a combined 190 years old. But Betty White and Ed Asner, former co-stars on ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show,’ are still in rare form and appearing the TV sitcoms ‘Hot in[...]

“100 Voices: A Journey Home” continues its journey towards the Oscars

HollywoodNews.com: “100 Voices: A Journey Home,” a feature documentary about a group of Jewish cantors returning to their ancestral roots in Poland, has had a remarkable journey through the United States. This film, which is contending for an Oscar®, was screened to a sold out audience at the recent Hollywood[...]

Ed Asner still going strong following hip surgery

By Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith HollywoodNews.com: Ed Asner has two weeks of shooting to go on Paul Ben-Victor’s big-screen “Should’ve Been Romeo,” then he’ll take four days off, then get back into character as Franklin Delano Roosevelt for the one-man show he’s been taking around the country. [...]