• How Hugh Jackman made Wolverine his own

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    While several Peter Parkers have come and gone, there's Jackman, whose commitment to the role spawned 8 films and one cameo in a film of the same franchise. He was a good man. I will not miss it, for it will always be inside me. If you don't know anything about the relationship between the title mutant and Charles Xavier (Stewart), the arc they experience in this film would be far less impactful.
  • Ryan Anticipates Republicans Are 'Going to be Unified' on Obamacare Replacement

    Ryan Anticipates Republicans Are 'Going to be Unified' on Obamacare Replacement

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    House Speaker Paul Ryan is promising a new health care system that would replace "Obamacare", reduce costs for consumers and give patients more choices. Ryan, Wisconsin Republican, said on NBC's " Today " program. It comes as Republicans are discovering, a month into Trump's administration, how hard it will be to make good on their many promises now that they control Washington in full.
  • Windows 10 Will Soon Let Users Block Desktop Apps From Installing

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    Some users see the upgrade in a bad light. The Windows 10 update will be released in April as part of the Creator's Update. Some users, like Epic Games' Tim Sweeney, have criticized the move for being anti-competitive. Powered by Qualcomm's flagship Snapdragon 835 processor, and featuring the latest technologies like gigabit LTE and Bluetooth 5, unfortunately they would not be super low-cost, with Kressin saying the cellular PCs will be priced at a "sweet spot".
  • Decision on penalty rates for weekend workers today

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    Millions of Australian workers will learn this morning if they will have their weekend penalty rates reduced. It also took into consideration the penalty rates in awards applying to similar industries. Retail workers, both full-time and part-time, will see Sunday rates slip from 200% to 150%, while casual workers' Sunday penalties will fall from 200% to 175%.
  • Angelina Jolie Cooks And Eats Spiders And Scorpions With Her Children

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    Per a Hollywood Reporter article, the Executive Producer credit was more to appease Jolie than about any work Maddox did; Netflix reportedly spent over $1 million chauffeuring her family around during production. Not only this, Angelina Jolie even swallowed a tarantula leg without any discomfort. The actress last film in front of the camera was " By the Sea " which she also wrote and directed and co-starred with her now ex-husband, Brad Pitt as per PEOPLE .
  • Manchester City must score in Monaco or be eliminated, warns Guardiola

    Manchester City must score in Monaco or be eliminated, warns Guardiola

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    Red-hot Falcao returns to England having scored 19 goals in 25 appearances in all competitions this season. After John Stones pushed the score to 4-3, an unidentified gambler stood to make a whopping €34,200 ... But we will have our chances", said the City manager. One of the most intriguing clashes in the round of 16 of the Champions League , high-scoring Monaco face off against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City in what could be an explosive affair.
  • Pedro Pascal goes from 'Game of Thrones' to 'Great Wall'

    Pedro Pascal goes from 'Game of Thrones' to 'Great Wall'

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    Damon isn't in The Great Wall to be a white savior - he's there as a marketing tool for a movie that's trying to please as many people as possible and is unlikely to please anyone as a result. But the greatest impression is made by those toothy, frightening monsters who can climb walls , jump long distances, and make terrifying noises while they're gobbling up humans.
  • Roman Polanski granted hearing to unseal key documents in historic sex case

    Roman Polanski granted hearing to unseal key documents in historic sex case

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    But the director later fled the country for Europe when he feared that the judge in his case backed out of the deal and suggested prosecutors give him 50 years in prison. According to TMZ , Polanski seeks to travel Europe freely and be able to visit his wife's gravesite in Culver City, Calif. Last month, Polanski had to turn down an invitation to head the jury at the French Cesar film awards - the country's equivalent of the Oscars - following an outcry by women's groups.
  • Justin Bieber part of police investigation linked to basketball fight

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    Cannon told police that he wrestled Bieber to the ground and was punched several more times by Bieber's bodyguards, according to the police report . That's when things took a turn for the worse, as Bieber reportedly became angry that Cannon was taking pictures of him. Sources tell the outlet Bieber approached the guy and asked him to stop filming and delete the video footage, but when the man refused, the singer allegedly attacked him.
  • Trump's travel ban blocked in Virginia, too

    Trump's travel ban blocked in Virginia, too

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    The president could have fought the issue out in the Seattle court, allowed the Ninth Circuit process to proceed or appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. Because the Supreme Court now has only eight justices, a 4-4 tie would affirm the judgment of the Ninth Circuit without an opinion from the high court, thereby leaving Judge Robart's TRO in place.
  • Nicole Kidman Confirms She Almost Married Lenny Kravitz

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    Mario Anzuoni / Reuters Kidman is starring alongside Zoe Kravitz, Laura Dern, Shailene Woodley and Reese Witherspoon in the new HBO series. "Well, I knew Zoë because I was engaged to her father". Kidman and Kravitz reportedly began dating between 2003 and 2004. Before she settled down with country crooner Keith Urban , Nicole Kidman was actually engaged to Lenny Kravitz.
  • Grammys recap: Adele shocks Beyonce to win Album of the Year

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    Lemonade is still considered a singular cultural artifact, and the fact that repackaged content from the original release can stir new interest in the work is a big reason why. However, she suffered technical difficulties on stage which led to some seriously awkward glances. We think Adele handled the situation with poise and respect! Adele claimed the spotlight at the show when she took home five Grammy awards.
  • Almost Half Of Netflix Customers Are Streaming Cheaters

    Almost Half Of Netflix Customers Are Streaming Cheaters

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    Four years later, cheating has increased three times and has become a common behaviour around the world. According to tech website c|net, Netflix cheating isn't quite as bad as cheating during marriage, which the website says is around an eye-popping 40 percent, but for some, the act of Netflix cheating is worse.
  • 'La La Land' wins best film Bafta

    'La La Land' wins best film Bafta

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    BAFTA 2017 Awards Nominations for Best Film are - 1) Arrival - Dan Levine, Shawn Levy, David Linde, and Aaron Ryder 2) I, Daniel Blake - Rebecca O'Brien 3) La La Land - Fred Berger, Jordan Horowitz, and Marc Platt 4) Manchester by the Sea - Lauren Beck, Matt Damon, Chris Moore, Kimberly Steward, and Kevin J.
  • U.S. elections official asks Trump for evidence of voter fraud

    U.S. elections official asks Trump for evidence of voter fraud

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    A commissioner on the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) called on President Trump to give proof of voter fraud, after he reportedly made further claims in a meeting with senators. The Politico report focuses on a recent meeting between Trump and ten senators about his nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Both outcomes, Trump reportedly said, were due to "thousands" of people who were "brought in on buses" from MA to vote "illegally" in the state.
  • Thandie Newton In Talks for Han Solo Movie

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    Han Solo movie is happening and as the days progress we are getting more confirmations about the behind the camera and on-camera cast and crew. Thandie Newton could be appearing in the upcoming Han Solo movie, as reports suggest the actress is now in talks with the filmmakers.
  • Astronomers' delight: Full moon, comet and lunar eclipse Friday evening

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    A penumbral lunar eclipse occurs when the moon crosses the Earth's shadow, causing a slight dimming on the moon's lower half. A penumbral lunar eclipse is when the sun, moon and earth all line up and cast a unusual effect on the moon. The peak time for the eclipse will be Friday evening at about 6:45 pm. Umbral eclipses, when the moon enters the umbral shadow partly or completely, are easy to see, even with the unaided eye.
  • Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Is Pregnant With Her First Child

    Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Is Pregnant With Her First Child

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    Huntington-Whiteley captioned her post , "Very happy to share that Jason and I are expecting!" Alongside the caption was a photograph of Huntington-Whiteley wearing a bikini and kneeling on a tropical sandy beach. The Victoria's Secret beauty began dating hard man actor Statham back in 2010, with the couple getting engaged in January previous year. "Having a family is something I think about for sure, and whether I'd live here in America or in England", she once said.
  • Prince Harry beats Will and Kate in charity race

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    According to Hello! magazine, Catherine will be surrounded by hundreds of young men in uniform, namely air cadets from the Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire Wing Air Training Corps, now participating in a half-term skills development camp. 5, 2017. William and third-place Kate hugged at the finish. Kensington Palace issued a statement regarding this relocation. Prince George and Princess Charlotte will continue their studies from London starting this fall.