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Friday, March 31, 2017

Mariachi Superstar Pepe Aguilar's Son Arrested for Human Smuggling (PHOTO)

Mariachi superstar Pepe Aguilar’s son is the man who infamously attempted to smuggle 4 Chinese nationals into the U.S. by stuffing them in the trunk of his car … according to U.S. Customs officials. Customs and Border Control released the photo… Permalink Source: TMZ Feed

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Friday, March 31, 2017

All 34 DreamWorks Animation Movies Ranked From Worst to Best (Photos)

DreamWorks Animation has gone through its share of upheaval, with a few big successes (Shrek, Madagascar) and some notable failures. Since its first animation releases in 1998, it has changed, diversified, merged and been acquired by major studios (first Paramount, now Universal). Given those fluctuations it’s not surprising that its roster of 33 movies are of varying quality. With their latest –Trolls– opening Friday, we take a look at the best and worst that DreamWorks has to offer.   How to Train Your Dragon (2010): Audiences are joyfully transported watching Hiccup, a gangly teenage boy and Toothless, his beloved, green-eyed…

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Thursday, March 30, 2017

If We Truly Want To Stay Safe, We Need To Start Calling Violent White Supremacists Terrorists

This week, something unique happened: a white supremacist was charged with terrorism. Unfortunately, acts like this are rarely called out for what they rightfully are. But they must be if we want to keep America safe. Too often the terrorism label is reserved for those thought to be Muslim, while others suspected of equally heinous crimes tend to be deemed “mentally ill.” Thankfully, New York pursued accurate charges against James Harris Jackson, a 28-year-old white U.S. Army veteran who had reportedly traveled from Baltimore to New York for one single purpose: to kill black men. Why did Jackson hate black…

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Thursday, March 30, 2017

If We Truly Want To Stay Safe, We Need To Start Calling Violent White Supremacists 'Terrorists'

This week, something unique happened: a white supremacist was charged with terrorism. Unfortunately, acts like this are rarely called out for what they rightfully are. But they must be if we want to keep America safe. Too often the terrorism label is reserved for those thought to be Muslim, while others suspected of equally heinous crimes tend to be deemed “mentally ill.” Thankfully, New York pursued accurate charges against James Harris Jackson, a 28-year-old white U.S. Army veteran who had reportedly traveled from Baltimore to New York for one single purpose: to kill black men. Why did Jackson hate black…

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Thursday, March 30, 2017

Mischa Barton Says She Couldn't Escape Abusive Sex Tape Partner (VIDEO)

[[tmz:video id=”0_bog1wcsu”]] Mischa Barton is ripping the ex-bf behind the sex tape that’s being shopped around, and says he’s more interested in destroying her emotionally than financially. Mischa went on ‘Dr. Phil’ and revealed the exact moment… Permalink Source: TMZ Feed

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Thursday, March 30, 2017

No, ‘Justice League’ Is Not 170 Minutes Long

Zack Snyder’s “Justice League” is not 170 minutes long, an individual with close knowledge of the project told TheWrap, despite several reports that got CinemaCon and fanboys buzzing. The film isn’t done yet, the insider said. Filmmakers aren’t close to knowing the precise runtime as of now, they added. “Justice League” is not slated to hit theaters until November. On Wednesday, multiple individuals on social media claimed that “Justice League” will be 20 minutes longer than “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” which clocked in at 2 hours and 31 minutes, excluding the extended cut. Also Read: Ben Affleck Joins Other 'Justice League' Stars…

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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Georgia’s Monstrous Campus Rape Bill Has Been Resurrected

Georgia state Rep. Earl Ehrhart, R-Powder Springs, resurrected his controversial “campus rape bill” in the Georgia House of Representatives on Tuesday night which then passed it again 102 to 56 after it had stalled in a Senate Committee that wanted more time to study it. He used a parliamentary procedure to replace the provisions of another bill pending before the House, Senate Bill 71 designed to protect health savings accounts from bankruptcy, with the provisions of his House Bill 51. The bill has now been sent back to the Senate for possible consideration Thursday. “The Senate needs to oppose this…

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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Cannes Film Festival Features Claudia Cardinale on its 70th Anniversary Poster

Italian actress Claudia Cardinale appears on the poster for the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, which was unveiled by festival organizers on Wednesday in advance of what will be the 70th Cannes. The poster features a photo of Cardinale (whose films include Luchino Visconti’s “Rocco and His Brothers,” Federico Fellini’s “8 1/2” and Blake Edwards’ “The Pink Panther”) dancing on a rooftop in Rome in 1959. In the Cannes press release that accompanied the poster release, Cardinale said she does not remember the name of the photographer, adding, “But the photo reminds me of my origins, and of a time when…

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Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Michael Irvin Under Investigation for Sexual Assault, He Says She's Lying

Michael Irvin is being investigated for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman at a Ft. Lauderdale hotel … something he vigorously denies. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ Sports, a 27-year-old Florida woman filed a police report, claiming she and the… Permalink Source: TMZ Feed

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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

STX Entertainment Struggles With Flops, Executive Exits and a Shift in Strategy (Exclusive)

One year after unveiling an ambitious slate at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, STX Entertainment is returning on Tuesday despite struggling with a series of creative and business setbacks. After promising an aggressive push into producing 12-15 movies per year, Robert Simonds’ upstart indie studio has made only six original productions in the past two years, with the rest of its releases coming from acquisitions. Movies like “Edge of Seventeen” and “The Space Between Us” with mid-range budgets that were supposed to be the company’s focus have failed at the box office, the latter taking in only $8 million after a…

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