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Robin Givens and Donna Hanover - 14th Annual Women Who Care Awards Luncheon - Red Carpet Arrivals at Cipriani 42 St. - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 7th May 2015

Robin Givens and Donna Hanover
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Robin Givens
Robin Givens
Robin Givens
Tim Morehouse and Robin Givens

Amy Lee, Donna Hanover and Susan Lucci - Singer Amy Lee, Loreen Arbus, Susan Lucci and Donna Hanover Thursday 3rd May 2012 11th Annual Women Who Care Luncheon Benefiting United Cerebral Palsy of New York City - held at Cipriani 42nd Street

Amy Lee, Donna Hanover and Susan Lucci
Amy Lee, Donna Hanover and Susan Lucci
Amy Lee, Evanescence and Susan Lucci
Amy Lee and Evanescence
Amy Lee and Evanescence
Amy Lee and Evanescence

Donna Hanover - Edwin A. Oster and Donna Hanover Sunday 1st April 2012 Broadway opening night of Gore Vidal's 'The Best Man' at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre - Departures

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John Larroquette, Angela Lansbury, Candice Bergen, Donna Hanover and Michael McKean - John Larroquette, Candice Bergen, Angela Lansbury, Michael McKean, Corey Brill, Donna Hanover and cast Sunday 1st April 2012 Broadway opening night of Gore Vidal's 'The Best Man' at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre - Curtain Call.

John Larroquette, Angela Lansbury, Candice Bergen, Donna Hanover and Michael Mckean
Dakin Matthews, Angela Lansbury, Candice Bergen, Donna Hanover, Eric Mccormack, James Earl Jones, Jefferson Mays, John Larroquette and Michael Mckean
Dakin Matthews, Angela Lansbury, Candice Bergen, Eric Mccormack, James Earl Jones, Jefferson Mays, John Larroquette and Michael Mckean
Dakin Matthews, Angela Lansbury, Candice Bergen, Eric Mccormack, James Earl Jones, Jefferson Mays, John Larroquette and Michael Mckean
Dakin Matthews, Angela Lansbury, Candice Bergen, Eric Mccormack, James Earl Jones, Jefferson Mays, John Larroquette and Michael Mckean
Eric Mccormack, Angela Lansbury, Candice Bergen, Donna Hanover, James Earl Jones, John Larroquette and Michael Mckean

Donna Hanover Wednesday 1st February 2012 Press conference for the Broadway play 'Gore Vidal's The Best Man' held at the New 42nd St Studios.

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Donna Hanover

Series 7 Review


Excellent
The title Series 7 stands for the seventh season of the highest-rated reality based show on television, The Contenders. Set a few years from now, the program rules are laid out with unsparing precision: Six average, everyday citizens are chosen via random lottery to mercilessly kill one another. This will continue until one survivor remains. Sound familiar? When historians chart the downfall of human empathy, they will see that we were only one step away from moral paralysis in our increasing apathy to Survivor, Temptation Island, and The Real World. Here we are, now entertain us.

This satire couldn't be more cutting edge. Former tabloid TV producer Daniel Minahan (and co-screenwriter of I Shot Andy Warhol) takes dead aim on glib, pre-packaged network formulas for success. A terse narrator (Will Arnett) offers mock-sympathetic encouragement for the contestants as well as in-depth play-by-play ring coverage. Opponents are given screen time for weepy confessions to their assigned guerrilla cameramen, dispassionately filming their fight or flight confrontations on hand-held digital video.

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Series 7 Review


Zero

Satire has never been as ugly and unpleasant as it is in "Series 7," an extreme "what-if" spoof of reality TV that oversteps its intentions by making its plot, its atmosphere and its characters all so abhorrent and grating I walked out of the press screening after 20 minutes. And I had to really force myself to stay that long.

The movie isn't really a movie at all -- it's just shaky, "Cops"-style video footage from "The Contenders," a fictitious "reality show" in which common Americans are picked by lottery to try to assassinate each other.

The show's reigning champion (10 kills in two "tours") is Dawn (Brook Smith), a hard-bitten loser with a million axes to grind from her screwed-up upbringing. She's nine months pregnant and willing to do whatever it takes to make it through a third tour and thus free herself and her baby from the grip of the show.

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