From Bad-Boy Boyfriend to America’s Dad: How Milo Ventimigla Survived Hollywood and Found Lasting Success

Milo Ventimiglia, Birthday FeatureDespite what This Is Us’ success may make it seem, Milo Ventimiglia hasn’t always been America’s TV dad.
With two seasons as the NBC hit’s imperfectly perfect patriarch…

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Milo Ventimiglia on This Is Us’ Next 2 Episodes: “I Was Crying My Head Off”

This Is UsJack Pearson is celebrating.
Though his character is unfortunately no longer with us on This Is Us, at least in the present-day timeline, Milo Ventimiglia was ready to gush over last…

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Milo Ventimiglia on This Is Us Season 2 Pressures (Or Lack Thereof), Fatherly Advice and All That Focus on Death

Milo Ventimiglia, This Is UsMilo Ventimiglia, TV’s No. 1 dad isn’t a father in real life, but that doesn’t stop him from helping out fans with some fatherly advice–even if it’s not asked…

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Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia Bring This Is Us Charm to Pittsburgh and Get a Special Gift

Milo Ventimiglia, Mandy Moore, This is Us, Pittsburgh SteelersRebecca and Jack are together again and cuter than ever…are you crying yet?!
Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia, who play the married couple on NBC’s This Is Us, delighted fans as…

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Milo Yiannopoulos’ Upcoming Book Grabs Top Spot On Amazon’s Best-Seller List

Milo Yiannopoulos might have been forced to cancel his recent appearance at U.C. Berkeley following riotous protests in the streets, but his “dangerous” message hasn’t been silenced.

After his upcoming book, Dangerous, appeared for pre-order on Amazon, it rocketed to the top of the site’s hourly updated best-seller list. The book is slated to hit bookstores on March 14. In second: the now-restocked mass-market edition of 1984 by George Orwell. 

Yiannopoulos’ publisher Threshold, a conservative nonfiction imprint at Simon & Schuster, stood by their decision to print the book despite widespread outcry over giving the “alt-right” poster boy and notorious Twitter bully such a respectable platform. Financially, this appears to have been a solid bet. Despite the mass protests and sudden popularity of anti-authoritarian literature witnessed in the streets and on best-seller lists, respectively, in the past few weeks, hard-right viewpoints still muster plenty of support. 

Threshold described Dangerous, in a statement confirming the book deal, as “a book on free speech.” Yiannopoulos, an editor at Breitbart News and popular speaker in alt-right circles, told The Hollywood Reporter that he “spent half an hour trying to shock [Simon & Schuster executives] with lewd jokes and outrageous opinions. I thought they were going to have me escorted from the building — but instead they offered me a wheelbarrow full of money.”

On Breitbart, and during his “Dangerous Faggot” speaking tour, he has repeatedly espoused such “outrageous opinions” as the assertion that transgender people are “deeply mentally damaged,” that the U.S. has a “Muslim problem,” and that women should leave the internet to make it more fun for men.

Yiannopoulos’ provocative stances have been termed hate speech by some critics, and CNN noted recently that his college speaking tour has “coincided with a flurry of hate crimes around the country.” The recent cancellation of his Berkeley speech was not the first of his appearances on college campuses to be shut down by massive protests. 

Nonetheless, his anti-political-correctness stance and his trollish, outspoken approach to political dialogue has won him fame and considerable support in far-right circles. As Publishers Weekly’s Jim Milliott told The Los Angeles Times last month, “Conservative books sell at least as well as quote unquote liberal books.” Novels and nonfiction works by right-wing figureheads such as Bill O’Reilly, Ann Coulter and Sean Hannity have routinely lingered at the top of best-seller lists.

As President Donald Trump’s agenda has elevated those right-wing policies from fringe to mainstream, from opposition to party in power, previously complacent liberals have seemingly turned for insight to Hannah Arendt and Orwell ― but the buying power of conservative readers is holding strong.

The country, it’s been said, is more divided than ever. For anyone in doubt, the sight of Yiannopoulos’ right-wing screed battling for the top spot on Amazon with the anti-totalitarian dystopia 1984 is just one more piece of evidence.

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Milo Ventimiglia Watches ‘Gilmore Girls’ In Web Series, Declares ‘Rory Sucks’

File this under weird, meta and something we probably could have done without.

In a clip from the CW Seed web series “The P.E.T. Squad Files,” Milo Ventimiglia’s character Cash watches Rory tell Jess that she really doesn’t want to be with him on “Gilmore Girls.” Ventimiglia, of course played Jess on the CW series, which aired from 2000 to 2007.

“You guys watching Gilly Girls? I fucking love that show! Hey, Cash, that guy kind of looks like you,” his friend says in the clip, adding, “I took one of those personality tests, I’m like a classic Rory.”

“Rory sucks, bro,” Ventimiglia replies, which might be funnier if he and Alexis Bledel didn’t date in real life for three and a half years, or apparently have a tumultuous relationship of their own.

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