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News of the World Editor Sentenced to 18 Months in Phone Hacking Trial
Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson has been sentenced to 18 months in jail after he was found guilty of plotting to hack phones. Last week the senior editor in Rupert Murdoch’s British...
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YP CEO: We Were 'Mobile First' Before It Was Cool
David Krantz took the reins as YP CEO in 2012, when the listings directory spun away from AT&T Interactive, which was his former employer and the brand's former parent. Since ...
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Why Comic-Con 2014 Needs to Embrace the Unexpected (Opinion)
There will be plenty of news from San Diego Comic-Con over the next month, but how much of it will be something that wasn't seen coming? read more
Watch: Chris Lilley Brings Back 'Jonah From Tonga' For HBO's 6 Episode 'Summer Heights High' Spin-Off
Last year Chris Lilley's "Ja'mie: Private School Girl" captivated audiences with its riveting portrait of our formative years. Now, the Australian funnyman is bringing back another iconic ch...
Film Review: ‘Planes: Fire & Rescue’
After making a tin-eared debut with last year’s “Planes,” an earthbound pileup of lame jokes and ethnic caricatures, Disney's "Cars" spinoff franchise gets a bit higher off the ground with "Plan...
‘Planes: Fire & Rescue’ Review: Disney's Vehicular Franchise Coasts, Agreeably, on Autopilot
Professionally and explicitly crafted to distract your kids with its mix of personalities, peril, and personal-growth drama, “Planes: Fire and Rescue” is another entry in Pixar's least...
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'Planes: Fire & Rescue': Film Review
Dane Cook, Ed Harris and Julie Bowen lead the voice cast for Disney's latest animated feature.read more
‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ Edges Out ‘Tammy’ at Thursday Box Office
“Transformers: Age of Extinction” dominated the Thursday box office heading into a holiday weekend that is expected to have a little less pop than previous Independence Days. The giant rob...
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Fourth of July Fireworks Specials: A Viewing Guide
Find out when to tune in to see pyrotechnics light up the sky in New York and Washington, D.C. — and when to catch your favorite performer.read more
Ultra-Violence of ‘World of Kanako’ Stirs Japanese Box Office, Online Uproar
"Confessions" director issues 'grotesque' statement, not an apology
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Serena Williams Collapses, Andy Murray Swears: 5 Biggest Shocks of Wimbledon 2014
The World Cup isn't the only tournament that has been full of surprises this week, over at the All England Club some of the tennis world's biggest stars have already been eliminated — and they've no...
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Fourth of July Playlist: 10 Songs About 'America'
From Miley Cyrus' "Party in the U.S.A." to Bruce Springsteen's "Born in the U.S.A.," 10 songs to get you in the American spirit.read more
Anthony Cumia, Host of ‘Opie and Anthony,’ Fired by SiriusXM
Anthony Cumia, the host of SiriusXM's popular “Opie and Anthony” show, has been fired following racist remarks he made on Twitter this week. “SiriusXM has terminated its relation...
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Venice Film Fest Unveils Poster for 71st Edition
The poster, inspired by the famed ending sequence from Truffaut's "The 400 Blows," is drawn for the third consecutive year by Italian artist Simone Massi.read more
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Box Office: New Holiday Films Fail to Set Off Fireworks at Multiplex
UPDATED: Melissa McCarthy's latest comedy "Tammy" fell 11 percent on Thursday to $5.5 million; other new entries "Deliver Us From Evil" and "Earth to Echo" all but tied with $2.6 million.read more ...
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SiriusXM Fires 'Opie and Anthony' Host After Racist Tirade
The host was dropped after making "racially charged and hate-filled remarks on social media," the satellite radio company said. read more
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Ad of the Day: Guinness Has Made the Only Ad You Need to See This Fourth of July
Guinness is on a roll globally with its "Made of More" advertising. Now, for the Fourth of July, the brand has released the latest installment of the campaign in the U.S.—the lovely,...
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Fireworks Shows Gone Wrong: 10 Horrible Accidents (Video)
Not all fireworks shows have been festive — a look at 10 that went terribly awry, many resulting in serious injuries.read more
6 Essential Apps for Filmmakers to Hone Their Craft
The waiting period between productions for aspiring filmmakers can feel excruciating. It could take weeks, months, or even years to get back on set. But there's no reason you can't hone your craft eve...
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Robin Thicke's 'Paula' May Sell 20,000 Copies In Its First Week
If the album sells as forecasted, it would tally the smallest debut for the artist since "The Evolution of Robin Thicke" bowed in 2007.read more

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