June 16, 2019


Is it possible that Israelis could fall even more in love with Gal Gadot, its homegrown Wonder Woman? The answer this week is a resounding yes.
Marilyn Hall, actress, writer, producer, philanthropist and wife of Monty Hall died on June 5, 2017 at the age of 90. Hall died of natural causes.
The casting of Israeli model, actress Gal Gadot in the Hollywood reboot of “Wonder Woman” was no less momentous than the moment of the character’s creation.
In the early decades of the 20th century, Austrian-Jewish writer Stefan Zweig was one of the world’s most popular, prolific and translated authors.
Jews populate this summer’s offerings in broadcast and cable shows about the lives of millennials and comedians, an infamous scandal and Holocaust survival.
Some of this summer’s more notable films explore Middle East terrorism, World War II battles and global warming, while others cover music and photography.
The film by Avi Nesher is based on the book “Can Heaven Be Void?” by Holocaust survivor Baruch Milch, one of the movie’s main characters.
Lebanon’s Economy Ministry has filed a request to ban the upcoming film “Wonder Woman” because its star, Gal Gadot, is an actress and model from Israel.
The actress and model is set to star in the upcoming remake of “Wonder Woman,” a film based on the legendary DC Comics series.
Just about every word and sound that’s dropped out of Fran Drescher’s mouth over the last quarter century has made me laugh
Ed Asner made clear Tuesday morning that he no longer supports the movement to Boycott, Sanction and Divest from Israel, known as the BDS movement.
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