• 'La La Land' gets 7 Golden Globe nominations

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    Chazelle is also among those up for best director in the nominations announced Monday by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. The other nominees for best picture, drama , were "Manchester by the Sea", " Lion ", " Hell or High Water " and Mel Gibson's "Hacksaw Ridge".
  • Super Mario Run requires a persistent internet connection

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    Producer of "Super Mario Run", Shigeru Miyamoto has shed light on this and said an active internet connection is needed to keep all modes of the said mobile game functioning together and offering to keep the software of the game secured. The statement pointed to online leaderboards and easy saves. They put a lot of effort into the interface and making the product simple to use, and that's very consistent with Nintendo .
  • Lionel Richie, Mariah Carey joining forces for 2017 tour

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    It hits Toronto's Air Canada Centre on March 30 , and Vancouver's BC Rogers Arena on April 27 . The tour will feature Carey and Richie performing their greatest hits for their fans. 12. He won one Grammy as a member of the Commodores, who released three platinum and one gold albums in the U.S. As a solo artist, he has sold more than 19 million albums in the U.S.
  • Jennifer Lawrence sorry for 'scratching butt' on sacred Hawaiian rocks

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    The 26-year-old continued with her story, saying that after she went to one of the rocks to scratch her butt, the rock came loose and rolled down the mountain, almost killing the movie's sound engineer. As BuzzFeed pointed out , "In ancient Hawaii people believed certain stones were sacred for many reasons and often served as a physical reminders of the spiritual world".
  • Watch The New Rogue One Chinese Trailer

    Watch The New Rogue One Chinese Trailer

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    It seems that fans have a lot to look forward to in Rogue One DLC for the "Star Wars: Battlefront" game and its upcoming sequel next year. This weekend's Hollywood premiere of " Rogue One: A Star Wars Story " is set to bring out some of the biggest names in entertainment, but other surprises await guests on the carpet.
  • Om deserved it! Tweeple thank Salman Khan for taking baba's class

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    Salman will also be seen enjoying with the comedians and later will introduce the thappad game with the contestants where Swami Om will outshine everyone with the most number of slaps. Salman tells Nitin that Bani's unpredictable behaviour is harming her image in the people's eyes. Bigg Boss 10 is not one of the top-rated shows of Colors and in an effort to boost the TRP ratings, the makers have been introducing shocking twists and turns in the show.
  • China Cuts Macau ATM Cash, Casino Plays Hammered

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    November saw the fourth consecutive month of revenue growth (read: Should You Bet on Casino ETF with Decent Earnings?). Recently, it was discovered that a customer voucher scheme run by Marina Bay Sands casino in Singapore allows China UnionPay card users to purchase gaming chips in violation of China's currency controls, according to the South China Morning Post .
  • 'Office Christmas Party' celebrates a laugh-free holiday

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    For the most part, Office Christmas Party is about as predictable as you'd expect. Surprisingly, it's Fortune Feimster as an overly chatty Uber driver who gets the most laughs. But if anything falters, it's the plot, which goes deep into a tortured tech side story about a wifi innovation that could save everyone's jobs from the claws of Carol.
  • Naked pictures of Game of Throne's Maisie Williams leak online

    Naked pictures of Game of Throne's Maisie Williams leak online

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    Maisie has been active on social media in trying to raise awareness of the plight of dolphins being captured and being trained to perform. The pictures made the rounds on social media, with some people posting the photos noting that they were taken from Maisie's private Facebook page.
  • See Madonna Twerk on Carpool Karaoke With James Corden

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    The most consistently charming part of Carpool Karaoke is watching celebrities act like normals who are stuck in traffic, and Madonna's oeuvre is flawless for some good old-fashioned road trip sing-alongs. Madonna will join celebrities like Adele , One Direction, Justin Bieber and even Michelle Obama who have all participated in Carpool Karaoke . "I like the uniform".
  • Kanye West Makes First Public Appearance Since Hospitalization

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    The " Fade " artist has experienced a major uptick in creativity and focus since checking out of the UCLA Medical Center last week, sources close to the rapper told the gossip site. West recently cancelled all the remaining dates on his Saint Pablo tour, after went on a rant about Beyonce and Jay Z on stage, and went on to be hospitalized .
  • Taylor Swift, Zayn get 'Fifty Shades Darker'

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    James-penned " Fifty Shades of Grey " series. Antonoff also produced the track. After the song dropped on December 8, fans went wild and it hit the No. How cool is that?! "Zayn sent parts from LA - we did it in a week basically". Isn't it nice to live in 2016? The two have been spotted together recently hanging out with Swift's pal and Malik's girlfriend, Gigi Hadid.
  • John Glenn, former United States astronaut, hospitalised

    John Glenn, former United States astronaut, hospitalised

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    Our thoughts are with his beloved wife Annie, their children John and Carolyn and the entire Glenn family. U.S. Senator Rob Portman:John Glenn was an American hero. Glenn, who was born in OH, made history in 1962 when he completed a three-orbit flight in a cramped space capsule dubbed Friendship 7. The Soviet Union had put a man into orbit a year earlier in 1961.
  • This is why The Walking Dead's zombies aren't called zombies

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    By the time he gets to the scene, Olivia is dead , and so is Spencer. Yes. Fans are still tuning in and those who chose to take a break from the show will be back. Carol seems to be developing a soft spot for Morgan who brought her some food. Cue the ending we covered above. In following their individual adventures of the course of the season thus far, our other main characters have emerged relatively unscathed, but if history has taught us anything, it's that the mid-season finale usually ...
  • You can't stop the beat with 'Hairspray Live!' telecast

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    Even after eight shows a week, and a 2011 reprisal at the Hollywood Bowl, it's been years since Fierstein played Edna. "I don't think it detracted from the performance". Of course, Fierstein won a Tony for his work as Edna in the Broadway production, making this a rare treat we're actually not worthy to see for (practically) free.
  • Pakistan plane carrying more than 40 crashes

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    The aircraft, operated by Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) crashed around 4.50pm local time, in the Havelian area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. The airline said the plane was an ATR-42 turboprop aircraft, which had lost contact en route from Chitral. Sources said that the plane had five crew members including Pilot Saleh Janjua, Co-Pilot Al-Akram and two airhostess Sadaf Farooq and Asma Adil.
  • Beyonce leads Grammy noms with 9; Kanye, Rihanna score 8

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    Adele scored five nominations, after casual Grammy observers were outraged a year ago that the British singer-songwriter wasn't nominated for her recently released album, 25, due to the fact that it wasn't yet eligible. The Album of the Year nominees are: Beyoncé for " Lemonade ", Adele for "25", Justin Bieber for " Purpose ", Drake for "Views" and Sturgill Simpson for "Sailor's Guide to Earth".
  • Is US ready for the next war?

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    Osami Nagano of the Imperial Japanese Navy opposed the military tactic because he deemed it too risky for Japanese aircraft carriers. Three-quarters of a century have passed since the bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, a human lifespan, give or take.
  • Syria military gains ground in Aleppo's Old City

    Syria military gains ground in Aleppo's Old City

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    Rebel leaders acknowledged that they were discussing evacuation with the United States but said they had yet to be presented with a comprehensive proposal. Syria, on its part, has said that no ceasefire can be implemented till the rebels guarantee withdrawal. "There is no other way". "Any movement in the streets and there is bombardment (on that area) immediately", said the east Aleppo resident contacted by Reuters , who declined to be identified.
  • Muslim-owned London restaurant offers free Christmas meal

    Muslim-owned London restaurant offers free Christmas meal

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    He chose to extend the offer to the elderly, too, because a lot of them "stay home alone for Christmas", but don't need to when they "can come here and have some fun". According to BuzzFeed News , the restaurant staffers' mission was simple: They just wanted to help people. The restaurant originally posted a handwritten sign on their window, but later replaced it with a poster.
  • Apple Music reaches 20 million paid subscribers

    Apple Music reaches 20 million paid subscribers

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    The company saw a significant jump in subscribers in the last three months, increasing its paying members by 15 percent since it reached 17 million subscribers in September. What may have contributed to Apple Music's paid subscriber number growth is that it has certain artists on board such as Chance the Rapper who are exclusive to the service.
  • Grammy nominations 2017: Adele and Beyonce reign

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    The singer was nominated in the category of best pop solo performance for her song " Dangerous Woman ". He is also up for Best Rap Performance for " Pop Style ", Best Sung Performance and Best Rap song for " Hotline Bling ", Record of The Year and Best Pop Duo for " Work " with Rihanna and Best Rap Album for "Views".
  • Field days, uh, nights, for Colts in 41-10 romp over Jets

    Field days, uh, nights, for Colts in 41-10 romp over Jets

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    The effort was lackadaisical and laughable. "A lot of that just comes from my experiences in things that I've done", Fitzpatrick said . Brock Osweiler completed 22 of 35 passes for 202 yards and two touchdowns. Luck capped the Colts' first drive of the second half with a 3-yard touchdown pass to Donte Moncrief that put the Colts up 31-3 He exited after Indianapolis' fifth touchdown, a 5-yard run by backup running back Robert Turbin.
  • Recovery of fire victims winds down; investigation looms

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    Gallo said Chor N. Ng put Almena in charge of cleaning up the Ghost Ship , and nothing was done. It is possible that the building may not have cleared safety standards, or been properly inspected, but no official statement has been made by authorities regarding these possibilities.