Like every Hollywood actor, Morgan Freeman has endured his share of bad reviews. But he couldn’t have predicted the international flak he’d catch from a two-minute video he made for Rob Reiner’s organization, the Committee to Investigate Russia. Guess who’s mad about it? In the video, Freeman references Russia’s attempts to hack the US election,...
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