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Top 6 Women In Prison Themed Movies

June 6th, 2014 11:32am EDT
Warner Bros.
In honor of “Orange is the New Black” hijacking our Netflix accounts today, we’re dragging out the usual suspects; the top 6 movies where actresses have been forced to be a slave to the orange jumpsuit. Check out the full lineup below:

Chicago (2002)

Singing, dancing, jazz and dueling divas are at the forefront of Chicago’s women prison. Who knew prison life could be so lively? Throw in Roxie Hart (Renee Zellwegger) and Velma Kelly's (Catherine Zeta Jones) faux saccharine pleadings for justice to the press, and Richard Gere’s Billy Flynn exhaustive tap-dance cross-examination and you’ve...
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Naomi Judd Not Angry About Daughter Ashley's Book

April 8th, 2011 8:30am EDT
Naomi Judd
Ashley Judd's mother is adamant she is not angry with her daughter for detailing her troubled childhood in a new book, insisting the actress has the right to tell her side of the story.

The Double Jeopardy star hit headlines this month by detailing shocking claims of abuse and sexual assault in her candid autobiography, All That is Bitter & Sweet.

Judd alleges she was abused by an older man living near her family home and later taken advantage of by a relative's husband, while she also claimed to have been neglected as a child.

Judd's singer mother Naomi has now spoken out about her da...
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Ashley Judd Took Advice Before Her Suicide Role

August 9th, 2010 2:00pm EDT
Ashley Judd
Actress Ashley Judd called on the experts who helped her battle depression before she accepted the role of a suicidal teacher in her new film Helen.

The Double Jeopardy star entered the Shades of Hope Treatment Center in Texas for depression and isolation issues in 2006 and is now "emotionally sober" thanks to the help and advice she received there. Judd feared that playing a depressed person on film would trigger her own past problems with the condition - but the doctors who gave her the help she needed at her lowest point insisted she'd be perfect as Helen.

She tells BlogTalkRadio.com...
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Ashley Judd To Run For Political Office?

August 4th, 2010 2:00pm EDT
Ashley Judd
Learned actress Ashley Judd is considering a run for political office after sharpening her knowledge at the John F. Kennedy School of Government.

The Double Jeopardy star graduated the fabled Harvard school in May with a Masters in Public Administration, and now she has her sights set on Washington, D.C.

In an upcoming interview with BlogTalkRadio.com, Judd says, "It's a possibility that I could run for office some day. I mean the Kennedy School is certainly the ultimate formal power factory and I would consider myself reasonably well trained at this point because they (lecturers) are ...
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Ashley Judd Protests Mountain Mining

June 9th, 2010 8:20pm EDT
Ashley Judd
Actress Ashley Judd fought back tears as she spoke out against mountaintop mining on Wednesday, accusing government officials of supporting the "rape of Appalachia."

The "Double Jeopardy" star appeared in Washington, D.C. to deliver a speech at the National Press Club, where she highlighted the environmental damage caused by mountaintop removal mining.

The practice involves the use of explosives to mine for coal in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia and Kentucky - Judd's home state.

The actress took aim at officials who have approved permits, calling the practice "strip mining on...
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Morgan Freeman And John Cusack Star In 'The Contract,' On DVD July 24

July 22nd, 2007 9:00am EDT
The Contract
While on a hiking trip to reconnect with his son after the death of his wife, Ray Keene (John Cusack) stumbles into a nightmare scenario of paid assassins and ex-military guns-for-hire. Frank Cardin (Morgan Freeman) is attempting to fulfill a contract to assassinate a high profile businessman when things go awry and he ends up in the custody of the U.S. Marshals.

After an ill-fated attempt by his compatriots to free him Frank finds himself in the custody of ex-lawman Ray and his son (Jamie Anderson). As the trio tries to make their way back to civilization they are relentlessly purs...
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