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Exclusive! Real Life ‘Spotlight’ Journalist Sacha Pfeiffer Answers One Important Question

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It’s the movie that everyone’s talking about. Spotlight, which just won Best Picture at the 2016 Oscars, is the true story following The Boston Globe‘s investigative journalist unit that uncovered a sexual abuse scandal within the Archdiocese of Boston. After running a series of stories in 2002, the team was honored with a Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 2003. Notoriety quickly followed and on November 6, 2015, Spotlight, the movie chronicling the events leading up to the publication of the stories, hit theaters. Sacha Pfeiffer (portrayed by Rachel McAdams in Spotlight) was one of the four investigative journalists determined to get to the bottom of this unbelievable story. Following the movie’s incredible (and deserved) 2016 Oscars Best Picture win, Pfeiffer took part in…

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Dear The CW: These Moments Must Be Included in ‘The Notebook’ TV Series

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I saw The Notebook at least five times when it came out in theaters back in 2004. And no, I have absolutely no shame attached to that statement. The movie may have become synonymous with sappy romances over the years, but it’s still a damn good flick that basically introduced the world to the ungodly hotness that is Ryan Gosling. #hatersgonnahate Which is why I was so excited to hear that The CW is developing a series based on the movie and Nicholas Sparks’ original book (Hachette Book Group, 2004). Apparently, the network is even going to skip the present-day Alzheimer’s storyline – which, let’s face it, most of us fast-forward through anyway – and keep the TV show a historical…

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