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Jason Blum apologizes for comment claiming female directors shortage

Jason Blum apologizes for comment claiming female directors shortage

His apology came after social media users and media outlets, annoyed by the comment, provided multiple examples of female horror directors with whom Blum and his company could work. “Thank you everyone for calling me out on my dumb comments in that interview,” he wrote in his statement, referring to ...

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‘Making a Murderer’ resumes quest for justice with ‘Part 2’

'Making a Murderer' resumes quest for justice with 'Part 2'

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The documentary “Making a Murderer” captured attention in 2015 with its story of how two Wisconsin men were convicted of a brutal murder, throwing a harsh light on the U.S. justice system and triggering a spate of true-crime programming. FILE PHOTO: Steven Avery is pictured in ...

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Paris auction house ‘would love it’ if Banksy pulls another stunt

Paris auction house 'would love it' if Banksy pulls another stunt

PARIS (Reuters) – The first auction house to sell prints by Banksy since THAT auction two weeks ago does not anticipate another stunt like the one that shredded half a picture moments after the hammer fell. But, hey, if something were to happen? Great! An offset lithograph entitled “Stop and ...

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‘Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret’ the movie is coming

'Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret' the movie is coming

The book, first published in 1970, is about the life of Margaret Simon, an 11-year-old in the sixth grade, living in Farbrook, New Jersey. Margaret forms a secret club with three girls from her neighborhood and that’s where they talk about typical issues that pre-teens face, from anticipating their periods ...

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Jerusalem vote: a weathervane on ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel

Jerusalem vote: a weathervane on ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – As a member of the largest Jewish religious community in Jerusalem, Yossi Daitsh should have a big lead in the holy city’s mayoral election race. A campaign poster depicting ultra-Orthodox Jewish candidate in Jerusalem’s mayoral election Yossi Daitsh is seen between buildings as an ultra-Orthodox man walks ...

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How Netflix outgrew ‘House of Cards’ and ‘Orange is the New Black’

How Netflix outgrew 'House of Cards' and 'Orange is the New Black'

Netflix confirmed Wednesday that the upcoming seventh season of “Orange is the New Black” will be the final one, an announcement that comes a few weeks before “House of Cards” begins its last season. While the circumstances are quite different — the latter had its lifespan truncated by the scandal ...

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World’s largest book sale comes to Middle East at giant hangar in Dubai

World's largest book sale comes to Middle East at giant hangar in Dubai

DUBAI (Reuters) – A gargantuan touring book sale that touts itself as the world’s largest is making its first stop in the Middle East, filling a huge hangar in Dubai with stacks of 3 million discounted books, open around the clock. The Big Bad Wolf Book Sale, which calls itself ...

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Sean Bean on the possibility of returning to Westeros in Game of Thrones prequels: It depends on how far they go back

Sean Bean on the possibility of returning to Westeros in Game of Thrones prequels: It depends on how far they go back

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 18, 2018 6:52:05 pm Sean Bean played the role of Ned Stark in Game of Thrones season 1. Sean Bean, who is best known for his role as Lord Eddard Stark in HBO’s fantasy drama Game of Thrones, says while ...

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The Kid Who Would Be King trailer: This modern spin on the Arthurian legend can use more Patrick Stewart

The Kid Who Would Be King trailer: This modern spin on the Arthurian legend can use more Patrick Stewart

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: October 18, 2018 6:22:59 pm The Kid Who Would Be King releases on January 25, 2019. The Kid Who Would Be King is a modern-day spin on the legendary British monarch King Arthur written and directed by Joe Cornish, who has previously ...

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Vada Chennai movie review: A brilliant beginning to Dhanush-Vetrimaaran trilogy. 5 stars | regional movies

Vada Chennai movie review: A brilliant beginning to Dhanush-Vetrimaaran trilogy. 5 stars | regional movies

Vada ChennaiDirector: VetrimaaranCast: Dhanush, Samuthirakani, Kishore, Pavan, Daniel Balaji, Andrea Jeremiah, Sai Dheena Rating: 5/5 Vada Chennai (North Chennai) is that part of the city that revels in staying true to its humble beginnings. The buildings, the roads, the sea breeze and the scent of dry fish with humdrum around ...

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