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Attacker shows no remorse over infamous Delhi gang-rape By Clip Syndicate The director of a new documentary about a fatal gang-rape in India that caused global outrage says one of the men sentenced to death for the killing showed no remorse during an interview for the film. Duration: 00:49 ...Read More »
How will the new HTC One M9 challenge the iPhone 6? By Clip Syndicate The HTC One M9 has been released, but what makes this smartphone stand out from the crowd? This new phone has a slicker, smarter design but its best specs appear to be its enhanced camera and speaker technology. ...Read More »
Tom Rothman on His Sony Era: "I Prize Stability" By Clip Syndicate The new Tom Rothman era at Sony Pictures Entertainment represents a potential sea change at a film studio that had — at least until quite recently — been known to be among the most talent-friendly and free-spending in town. When it comes to financial discipline, 60 year-old Rothman, is the diametric opposite of exiting SPE co-chairman Amy Pascal, who, it was initially announced, was to remain in her post until May, but who now will cede the job immediately.

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Photographer Shrinks Mulder and Scully in Miniature 'X-Files' By Clip Syndicate Even though The X-Files was a geek culture staple of the '90s , its riveting plots and peculiar characters seem like they were made for the Internet, especially when you shrink them down to miniature size. Los Angeles-based Digital Producer and X-Files fan Tori , who chose to keep her last name stay anonymous, took on her nerdy side project, a series of photos called The Miniature X-Files Office , after being inspired by an X-Files -themed art show. Tori told Mashable, "At first, I started making the scenes just as an excuse to take pictures of the office. But then I realized these little silly scenarios were just as much fun."

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Bollywood's Longest-running Movie Returns to Screen By Clip Syndicate "Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge" was released in 1995 and is India's longest running film. But Mumbai's Maratha Mandir theater announced February 19th that the film's run would end. However, hundreds of fans expressed outrage and the romantic comedy has been brought back. The film has all the makings of a Bollywood blockbuster: a beautiful leading lady, an ukulele-toting hero and more than three hours of dancing across locations in India, London and the Swiss Alps.

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Michael Keaton Putting Away His Oscars Acceptance Speech Is The Saddest Video You’ll See All Day By Clip Syndicate As if watching The Imitation Game screenwriter Graham Moore recall his suicide attempt at the 2015 Academy Awards wasn’t a big enough tear-jerker moment already, a new Vine video of Birdman star Michael Keaton disappointedly putting away his Oscars acceptance speech will surely get the waterworks going. ...Read More »
Asian Film Awards: 'The Golden Era' Leads With Five Nominations By Clip Syndicate The 2015 Asian Film Awards nominations were announced Wednesday, with director Ann Hui's The Golden Era leading the pack with five, including for best director, best actress for Tang Wei, best supporting actor for Wang Zhiwen, best screenwriter and best editor. The biopic is followed by Chinese titles Black Coal, Thin Ice, which won the Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival in 2014, Gone With The Bullets and Blind Massage, each with four nominations. ...Read More »
'Lost's' Maggie Grace to Topline CBS Medical Drama 'Code Black' By Clip Syndicate CBS medical drama Code Black has found its top doc. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that Lost alum Maggie Grace is set to topline the drama pilot based on the feature documentary directed by Ryan McGarry. Code Black is a medical drama set in the busiest and most notorious ER in the nation where the extraordinary staff confronts a broken system in order to protect their ideals and the patients who need them the most. ...Read More »
DreamWorks Animation Takes $57M Write-Down on 'Penguins of Madagascar' By Clip Syndicate DreamWorks Animation took a $57.1 million write-down primarily on the lackluster performance of Penguins of Madagascar as well as Mr. Peabody and Sherman, the beleaguered film studio announced Tuesday while posting less-than-expected quarterly financial results. The film studio run by CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg posted a loss of $3.08 per share in the fourth quarter while analysts predicted a loss of $3.01. Revenue was $234.2 million while analysts expected $246 million

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Edward Snowden’s Model Girlfriend was Onstage at the Oscars By Clip Syndicate Infamous whistleblower Edward Snowden’s girlfriend Lindsay Mills was onstage at the Oscars on Sunday night. The pretty model was the mystery woman who stood by director Laura Poitras and Glenn Greenwald’s side as they accepted the Best Documentary award for their film Citizenfour, about the exiled Snowden, who fled America after revealing all about the country’s national security efforts and sparking calls for his arrest. ...Read More »

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