Denzel Washington surprising a grandma is the cutest thing ever 

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He was asking for directions when people told him "his biggest fan" lived across the street.... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:29:18 Categories: Good Housekeeping

Australians turn in 52,000 illegal firearms in national amnesty call 

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Australians turned in 52,000 illegal firearms, ranging from 19th-century weapons to a rocket launcher, during a three-month amnesty that ended on Friday, and which Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said had helped avert Las Vegas-style mass shootings. The cache, representing about a fifth of illegal firearms, was collected during Australia's second amnesty since its worst ever massacre, when a lone gunman killed 35 people in the island state of ...... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:29:15 Categories: The Telegraph

Popular Corrie character to be 'killed off in massive explosion' 

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A popular regular character from Coronation Street is to be killed off in shocking scenes set to air later in the year, get the details on the ITV soap's latest storyline here... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:29:14 Categories: Hello!

Coronation Street stars say final goodbye at Liz Dawn's funeral 

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Coronation Street stars including Kym Marsh, Samia Ghadie, Alan Halsall and Lucy-Jo Hudson have attended Liz Dawn's funeral at Salford Cathedral, Manchester... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:29:12 Categories: Hello!

Lil Wayne Accused of Fathering 15-Year-Old Son 

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According to TMZ, a woman alleges that Lil Wayne is the father of her 15-year-old son.... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:29:09 Categories: Billboard

Faith Hill and Tim McGraw announce first joint album 

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Country music's power couple is back! On Friday, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill announced their latest project - a joint album with a romantic single titled The Rest of Our Life. McGraw, 50, echoed the statement in his own tweet, writing, "Excited to announce our new album and new single . Thanx for being a part of our journey." ... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:29:07 Categories: People

Rare footage of Selena Quintanilla discovered after 23 years 

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Footage the late Selena Quintanilla has emerged after more than two decades, and has been digitized by the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History. "When they first told us that we were nominated, we all freaked out," the singer says in the interview. "We couldn't believe it. The first thing, I promise, the first thing that came to mind is, like, 'I have to take a camera, so I can take pictures with all of these stars.' It didn't hit me later until, like, when I thought, 'Oh my God. What if we win?'"... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:29:05 Categories: People

Aaron Carter Leaves Rehab After Two Weeks of Treatment 

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Aaron Carter has left rehab after two weeks, his rep confirms to PEOPLE. "Aaron has left the facility where he has been working on his wellness. Several legal and personal matters arose that required his immediate and in-person attention," publicist Steve Honig tells PEOPLE in a statement. "He is still very much committed to his wellness and will be continually working toward being the best person possible." ... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:29:04 Categories: People

Lin-Manuel Miranda debuts star-studded song for Puerto Rico 

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After days of anticipation, Lin-Manuel Miranda's charity single "Almost Like Praying" has finally been made available to the public, and will be available worldwide by Sunday. All proceeds will benefit Hispanic Federation UNIDOS Disaster Relief Fund. The Latin-fused mentions all of Puerto Rico's 78 towns, as Miranda revealed Thursday night after earlier in the day teasing on Twitter its midnight release. The lyrics--every one of the 78 towns in Puerto Rico. We lift you up always.#AlmostLikePraying????????https://t.co/ek1dO7YSGa- Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) October 6, 2017 "I had this idea at 3 in the morning. . The initial demo was me singing in the bathroom," Miranda told CNN. ... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:29:02 Categories: Entertainment Weekly

All five living former Presidents to reunite for Hurricane relief concert 

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George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama are coming together for a good cause.... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:28:57 Categories: ETOnline

Is Harvey Weinstein done in Hollywood? 

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Harvey Weinstein's career in Hollywood is likely over. A bombshell report in the New York Times on Thursday, filled with detailed allegations of sexual harassment and abuse involving famous actresses such as Ashley Judd and Rose McGowan, as well as a half dozen former employees, have forced Weinstein to temporarily step down from the company he runs. If previous scandals involving Bill Cosby, Bill O'Reilly and Roger Ailes are any indication, ...... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:28:55 Categories: Variety

Harvey Weinstein misquoted JAY-Z in statement on sexual harassment allegations 

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In his response to a New York Times report chronicling "decades of sexual harassment allegations" against Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood mogul misquoted a line from the title track of JAY-Z's latest album, 4:44, as part of his statement.   ... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:28:53 Categories: Entertainment Weekly

Actress, writer and Jean-Luc Godard muse Anne Wiazemsky dies at 70 

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The French writer and actress Anne Wiazemsky, who famously wrote a best-selling account of her short marriage to New Wave director Jean-Luc Godard, died of cancer in Paris on Thursday, her family said. "Anne died this morning. She had been very sick," her brother Pierre Wiazemsky, an actor, told AFP. Wiazemsky, 70, made her screen debut as an elfin 19-year-old in "Au Hasard Balthazar", Robert Bresson's classic 1966 film about a mistreated Christ-like ...... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:28:51 Categories: Relaxnews (AFP)

3 of Steven Spielberg's biggest failures, according to the director 

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Steven Spielberg doesn't do many interviews. For one thing, he's famously shy. For another, as the highest-grossing director in history, he doesn't have to. So fans hungry for insights from the storied filmmaker, now 70, might just consider the new documentary Spielberg - for which he gave more than 30 hours of interviews - something like the Ark of the Covenant, the Holy Grail and the Sankara Stones all rolled into one. But the film, which premieres at the New York Film Festival Oct. 5 and on HBO Oct. 7, may be an even worthier expenditure of two and a half hours for the casual Spielberg fan - the one who grew up taking his prolific output as a given or even dismissed his populist sensibility. Directed by Susan Lacy, creator of PBS' Emmy-winning American Masters series, the documentary explores the forces that shaped the director of Jaws, E.T. and Jurassic Park: his suburban upbringing, his parents' divorce, his Jewish identity and his innate fluency in the language of cinema. As Lacy recently told the New York Times, her objective was to demonstrate how, contrary to popular belief, Spielberg is an immensely personal director. In addition to the participation of its subject, talking heads include critics, scores of actors who have worked with him (from Leonardo DiCaprio and Daniel Day-Lewis to Oprah and Drew Barrymore) and fellow directors, including four - Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, Brian de Palma and George Lucas - with whom he came of age as a young filmmaker. Spielberg's career is, of course, defined by his successes. The three dozen or so films he's directed (he's produced nearly twice as many) have earned him three Oscars and 13 additional nominations. They've taken in nearly $4.5 billion. He has been feted by the Kennedy Center Honors and with a Presidential Medal of Freedom. But he's also had a few close encounters with failure. As Spielberg tells his own story - and, of course, as Lacy has edited it down for our consumption - here are three movies which brought about some of the more challenging moments in his long career. 1941 "It was like I had committed a war crime." This is how Spielberg recalls the reception of his 1979 comedy 1941. Written by future Back to the Future scribes Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale, the movie stars John Belushi, John Candy and Dan Aykroyd and takes place during the chaos following the attack on Pearl Harbor. On the heels of Jaws and Close Encounters of the Third Kind, both of which went significantly over budget and over schedule but met with huge success, Spielberg says he had felt invulnerable. The movie wasn't a complete failure: it didn't flop horribly at the box office, and it managed to garner Oscar nods for visual effects, sound and cinematography. But Spielberg was devastated by reviews, like TIME's, which lamented its lack of spontaneity and overblown premise. It didn't help that all this criticism was being heaped onto a movie whose budget was more than triple that of Jaws, whose overwhelming returns had been something of a free pass to make whatever he wanted next. He stuck his head in a hole for a year, but his return would swiftly redeem him: In 1981, he introduced the world to an archaeology professor named Indiana Jones. The Color Purple On its face, The Color Purple was not a defeat for Spielberg. It made nearly $100 million at the box office and earned 11 Oscar nominations (though no wins). But according to the director, his 1985 drama was more a miscalculation of execution. He was about to turn 40 and looking to stretch himself with a more mature story. But where its source material, Alice Walker's epistolary novel about black women living in the South in the 1930s, is gritty and raw, Spielberg's adaptation trends toward soft and pretty. "I was timid. I was just a little embarrassed," he concedes in the documentary, recalling scenes from the book - a love scene between two women and a scene in which a character observes her vagina in a mirror - which he chose to exclude. As TIME's film critic Richard Corliss wrote in his review, "Spielberg has chosen to elegize the story by romanticizing it, swathing the characters in Norman Rockwell attitudes, a meddlesome symphonic score, and a golden fairy dust that shines through the windows like God's blessing." If there's one thing the documentary's talking heads agree on, it's that Spielberg is unapologetically sentimental. But while it's invited some derision, this tendency also has more than a little to do with just how beloved his most beloved films came to be. Empire of the Sun Failure is, perhaps, too strong a word to encapsulate Spielberg's recollection of his 1987 World War II drama starring a young Christian Bale. Next to his debut feature The Sugarland Express, it's his lowest-grossing film, though to judge it by its box office is to miss what he was going for. In the documentary, screenwriter Tom Stoppard calls it "the end of the innocence of Spielberg." Though it's told from a child's perspective and emanates Spielbergian sentiment, it's ultimately one of his bleakest. Summarizing its reception, New York Times critic A.O. Scott says that many critics at the time saw the film as Mr. Blockbuster suddenly trying to be serious. The director who, by Corliss' estimation, had taken out "a patent on perennial childhood" was asking audiences to allow him the opportunity to grow up onscreen, and not everyone has prepared to allow it. His feelings were hurt by the response, which producer Kathleen Kennedy says amounted, more or less, to a collective "How dare you!" But time has been kinder to the movie, which many now consider to be among his more accomplished efforts. After all, some of Spielberg's biggest risks have yielded some of his greatest triumphs. The vastly different but historic cinematic events that were Jurassic Park (1993) and Schindler's List (1994) may seem like a given today. But a movie starring 60-foot computer-generated dinosaurs followed by a three-hour-plus black-and-white film about the Holocaust were anything but when he embarked on them, one after the other. In those victories, it becomes clear that Spielberg's alignment with the mainstream has fueled perhaps one of the biggest misconceptions about his career: call his movies popular, call them sentimental - just don't call them safe. This article was originally published on TIME.com... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:28:48 Categories: Time

The Rock, Statham to star in 'Furious' spinoff 

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It's so on. Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham will be front and center in a Fast & Furious spinoff for Universal Studios, a person familiar with the negotiations but not authorized to speak publicly tells USA TODAY. After a year of speculation over a story offshoot for the uber-successful speedy car franchise, Universal officially announced Thursday that the untitled spinoff is coming to theaters on Friday, July 26, 2019. ... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:28:46 Categories: USA TODAY

Jackie Chan says 'Rush Hour 4' is happening if Chris Tucker signs on 

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We are so, so close to a fourth installment of the buddy action franchise... fingers crossed!... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:28:44 Categories: ETOnline

Mickey Rooney's widow suing Hollywood Reporter for elder abuse 

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Mickey Rooney's widow is going after The Hollywood Reporter for a piece published two years ago that she claims was elder abuse towards her late husband. Janice Rooney, 79, is suing the magazine's parent company Prometheus Global Media and several staffers for a number of things, including elder abuse, intentional infliction of emotional distress, conspiracy and accounting, according to documents obtained by Deadline.... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:28:42 Categories: New York Daily News

Lindsay Lohan's parents suing senator over 'slanderous comments' 

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Lindsay Lohan's parents, Michael Lohan and Dina Lohan, plan to sue Senator John Kennedy of Louisiana for making "slanderous comments" about their daughter during a congressional hearing on Wednesday. The politician referenced the actress's struggles with addiction during a panel on the Equifax data breach, and her dad exclusively tells Gossip Cop the remark was "inappropriate, slanderous and unwarranted." ... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:28:38 Categories: Gossip Cop

Harvey Weinstein in limbo after emergency board meeting 

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Directors met Thursday night to discuss co-founder's fate after explosive reports of sexual misconduct... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:28:36 Categories: TheWrap

Here are all the victims of the Las Vegas shooting 

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The massacre in Las Vegas killed 58 people and wounded 489 who were crowded together into one field, but those deaths have been felt across the entire continent.... read more
 
26. maaliskuuta 2018 17:28:33 Categories: USA TODAY
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