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Jason Reitman Brother-sister Comedy Coming To Hulu By Clip Syndicate Jason Reitman is hopping into television — casually. Hulu has picked up 10 episodes of Casual , a single-camera, half-hour comedy from the Oscar-nominated director, set to debut on the streaming service in 2015. The show centers on a brother-sister duo who help each other navigate the dating world while raising a teenager together. Reitman, best known for directing 2007's Juno and 2009's Up in the Air , is set to direct the first episode.

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Tectron USB Storage Chargers Recalled Over Fire Risk By Clip Syndicate Tectron International of Vernon, California, is recalling about 55,000 USB charging cables after two reports of them melting, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Thursday. The three-in-one cables are used to charge Apple Inc iPhones and iPads and Google Inc Android phones, the commission said in a statement. Tectron has received two reports of the charger overheating and melting. There have been no reports of injuries or damage.

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Las Vegas is becoming porn's new frontier By Clip Syndicate Porn producers are leaving the bright stars in Hollywood for the glittering lights in Las Vegas. All the rules and regulations are bringing adult film production to the valley and more porn films are being produced and shot in homes that could be in your neighborhood. ...Read More »
'Richie Rich' Live-action Reboot Coming To Netflix By Clip Syndicate Classic cartoon character Richie Rich is coming to Netflix — in live-action form. AwesomenessTV's half-hour comedy series Richie Rich has been picked up by the streaming network. The show's premise on some level follows exactly what we've come to know about the character, portrayed first as a 1950s comic book, later as a Hanna-Barbera cartoon and then on film by Macaulay Culkin in 1994: a rich kid gets to do rich kid things.

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International Documentary Association Awards Announces Nominations By Clip Syndicate The International Documentary Association on Wednesday announced nominations for the 2014 IDA Documentary Awards, set to take place Dec. 5 at the Paramount Theatre at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles. ...Read More »
International Documentary Association Awards Announces Nominations By Clip Syndicate The International Documentary Association on Wednesday announced nominations for the 2014 IDA Documentary Awards, set to take place Dec. 5 at the Paramount Theatre at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles. ...Read More »
AFM: Keanu Reeves To Star In Sci-Fi Film 'Replicas' By Clip Syndicate Keanu Reeves has signed on to star in Replicas for Lotus Entertainment and di Bonaventura Pictures. John , the sci-fi thriller centers on a daring neuroscientist who, after a car accident kills his family, will stop at nothing to bring them back, even if it means pitting himself against a government-controlled laboratory, a police task force and the physical laws of science. Lorenzo di Bonaventura, is producing alongside Stephen Hamel , Reeves and Fundamental Films. ...Read More »
First Oculus Rift Documentary Wipes Out Everything Filmmakers Know By Clip Syndicate When making a movie for virtual reality, filmmakers are realizing they have to scrap almost everything they know. That was one of many conclusions Danfung Dennis reached after finally completing Zero Point , a documentary out Tuesday about virtual reality shot entirely for the Oculus Rift. Zero Point was first promoted last November as the first film to be created entirely for virtual reality. Dennis, whose background is photography and documentary filmmaking, and his team at Condition One quickly learned there were a lot of experiences that don't work in virtual reality that are staples of film. These include moving the camera around — especially accelerating from a dead stop — and quick camera changes. Techniques like these are likely to make people sick.

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Victorians Were Some Of The First Subjects Of Candid Photography By Clip Syndicate It was the opening of a railway station in 1860 that made England's Hampstead Heath, a 790-acre rambling open space north of London, accessible to the many poorer people who lived beyond walking distance of its borders. And because the British Bank Holidays Act of 1871 established four national day-long holidays -- Easter Day, Boxing Day and the first Mondays in May and August -- people from all walks of life found themselves with free time to enjoy such a place. ...Read More »
Photographer Documents The Death Of Real-Life Conversation By Clip Syndicate As our smartphones make it easier to connect with people across the globe, they often can make it harder to connect face-to-face. London-based photographer Babycakes Romero doesn't own a smartphone. Instead, he treks along in his beloved city, camera in hand, capturing whatever catches his eye. "As a person dedicated to observation, I just feel I would be missing too much of the world around me if I was staring into the palm of my hand the whole time," he says. In his photo series, Death of a Conversation, Romero captures people connection with their digital devices rather than with each other — a phenomenon he believes is only creating more pain and social awkwardness to the world.

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