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Steven Zeitchik
Entertainment business writer at The Washington Post. Film/TV/music/sports junkie, politics enthusiast, Connect Four grandmaster-in-training. Just curl, baby.
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Steven Zeitchik 37m
RIP. His performances were consistently better than the decent films he was in and as good as the great ones he was in.
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Steven Zeitchik 15h
Scooplet: MSNBC and CNN have just accepted the anti-Nazi ad rejected by Fox News 
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Steven Zeitchik 15h
This is great news. For everyone but the Academy.
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Steven Zeitchik 15h
Replying to @JustinCChang
(*makes more sense with translation of kahn as boat)
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Steven Zeitchik 15h
Replying to @JustinCChang
A total Kahn job
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Steven Zeitchik Feb 14
True love is when your significant other learns of the Kenny G video but waits a full two hours before telling you
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Steven Zeitchik Feb 14
Replying to @shaldore
Hahaha. So ridiculous.
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Steven Zeitchik Feb 14
Of all the absurd pitches journalists receive today, I most enjoyed the one that began “Whether you like it or not, it’s Valentine’s Day and love is in the air.” You can never go wrong assuming a reporter’s curmudgeonliness.
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Steven Zeitchik Feb 14
Replying to @ZeitchikWaPo
He said: “I agree it’s the bottom of ninth and it looks bleak for the home team. But there’s no formal agreement signed so I’m optimistic." I was skeptical then. But he was right.
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Steven Zeitchik Feb 14
I talked to Long Island City council member back in mid-November and asked him if he really thought he and his allies could successfully defeat the Amazon HQ2 deal.
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Steven Zeitchik Feb 14
I read this as a reference to Google and Facebook, not retailers
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Steven Zeitchik Feb 14
For Long Island City residents, the Amazon expansion was not a simple matter of good or bad
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Steven Zeitchik Feb 14
Replying to @ZeitchikWaPo
(Age, economic demos are the difference)
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Steven Zeitchik Feb 14
Average cost of 30-second Oscar ad this year is $2.6 million, according to WalletHub. Makes the Super Bowl -- with quadruple the audience but only twice the price -- look like a bargain
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Steven Zeitchik Feb 14
Replying to @ChrisJOrtiz
Ha, whoops, thanks. It's not _that _ expensive
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Steven Zeitchik Feb 14
Replying to @ZeitchikWaPo
Of course they didn't want to light other fires. One more reason why it should have been framed that way from the start.
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Steven Zeitchik Feb 14
Fault may or may not lie with the media's "chain of misinformation," but the surest way to clarify it would have been to decide on/announce the 2020 and 2021 awards that are going taped, not re-explain why these four aren't less than
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Steven Zeitchik Feb 13
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Steven Zeitchik Feb 13
It's a wonder they've ever played any other roles
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Steven Zeitchik Feb 13
I guess Damon's our only hope now
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