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Matthew McConaughey: People have a right to disapprove me

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A story of madness: Do we need to see a strange ‘Mad Max’ movies?

(Warner Bros. photos) Mad Max: Fury Road came out this weekend and we desired it for all a crazy flame-throwing guitars and feminist paradises. But we’re still not certain either to call it a reboot, a supplement — or both. The post-apocalyptic ...

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Mad Max: Fury Road review

When Hollywood revisits blockbuster franchises from decades before, a mileage can vary. Often, there are releases that we like to fake never happened – Indiana Jones is, and always has been, a trilogy. Mad Max has spent a past 30 ...

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What done BB King great: Stamina (among other things)

Let zero that follows detract from B.B. King’s memorable bequest — a bequest that, yet King died early Thursday during 89, stands forlorn in a story of a blues. He was an incredible guitarist — “without a doubt a singular many ...

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CANNES WATCH: Naomi Watts Resplendent in Feathers

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Feathers helped a Cannes Film Festival take moody on a opening-night red carpet. Naomi Watts, who appears in Gus outpost Sant’s festival entrance “The Sea of Trees,” wore a powder blue robe from Elie Saab Couture’s spring-summer 2015 collection, a ...

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Actress Cate Blanchett says she’s bisexual, surprises interviewer

Cate Blanchett, starring in a new film that is a adore story between dual women in 1950s’ New york, was asked by Variety repository  if a film was “her initial spin as a lesbian” and she astounded a interviewer with ...

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‘American Idol’: How a common uncover altered TV forever

The common uncover that would change radio perpetually slunk on to a airwaves on Jun 11, 2002. There was zero unequivocally new about “American Idol.” Reality radio was as aged as MTV’s “The Real World,” if not older; diversion shows ...

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Pablo Picasso portrayal sells during auction for record $179.4 million

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The Picasso price, $179,365,000, enclosed a auction house’s premium. The temperament of a customer wasn’t immediately disclosed. Article source: http://www.thestar.com/news/world/2015/05/11/pablo-picasso-painting-sells-at-auction-for-record-1794-million.html

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BBC’s star shows are eclipsed during a Bafta Television awards 2015

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The difficulty has formerly been won by a likes of Dame Judi Dench, Julie Walters and Dame Helen Mirren. Benedict Cumberbatch, who has already endured snubs by Oscar and Bafta film for his acclaimed purpose as Alan Turing in The ...

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Reese Witherspoon Has The ‘SNL’ Cast Apologize To Their Moms For Mother’s …

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We’ve all lied to a moms and put them by ruin and back. But luckily Reese Witherspoon is around to remind us to apologize. For a “Saturday Night Live” Mother’s Day episode, a “Wild” singer had any of a SNL ...

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