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  • Joshua Shintani, Star Of Shallow Hal, Dies At 32

    Joshua Shintani, the ukulele-playing teenager from ‘Shallow Hal’, has died at the age of 32. Shintani, who went by the nickname Li'iBoy died in Kauai, an island off Hawaii, after being rushed to hospital last week. Peter Farrelly was on holiday in Hawaii when he first saw Shintani, who was at high…

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  • ‘Captain America: Civil War’: Here Are the Two Superhero Teams

    Promotional images lay out where our heroes fall: On either Team Iron Man, or Team Captain America.

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  • CNN’s Rachel Nichols Heading Back To ESPN

    CNN’s sports reporter Rachel Nichols is returning to ESPN as an anchor and reporter starting early next year, including participation in SportsCenter . Jim Miller , author of best-selling oral history  Those Guys Have All the Fun: Inside the World of ESPN, broke the news on Twitter this…

  • J.J. Abrams just responded perfectly to the 'black stormtrooper' controversy

    From "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" to Daniel Fleetwood's dying wish, here are 10 big highlights from J.J. Abrams' interview with Howard Stern on Monday.

  • ‘The Walking Dead’ EP Teases Rest Of Season 6, Negan, Glenn’s Fate & Ratings

    SPOILER ALERT: This story contains details of the Season 6 winter finale episode of The Walking Dead  and the return of the series next year. In a season that was different in many ways from previous years, last night's final episode of The Walking Dead for 2015 was very much in line with…

  • Images from 'Wonder Woman' Set Leak Online

    The images reveal the time period for the film.

  • Using ancient Greek play, Spike Lee tackles gun crime in 'Chi-Raq'

    Director Spike Lee hopes his latest film "Chi-Raq", an adaption of ancient Greek play "Lysistrata" looking at Chicago's gun violence, will help make a difference in tackling the problem. The film is named after street slang comparing Chicago, the United States' third largest city, to conflict zones…

  • NBC's 'The Wiz Live!' to ease on down that tuneful road

    NEW YORK (AP) — Soon, a determined girl named Dorothy will ease on down that road in NBC's "The Wiz Live!"

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  • Variety Promotes Brooke Turpin to VP of Global Consumer and Strategic Partnerships

    Variety has promoted Brooke Turpin to the position of Vice President of Global Consumer and Strategic Partnerships. Turpin will add oversight of worldwide consumer revenue across digital, print and events to her current role leading Variety‘s event and summits business. She will also oversee key…

  • Luke Bracey says 'Point Break' remake bigger and better

    BEIJING (AP) — Hollywood actor Luke Bracey said Tuesday the remake of the action crime thriller "Point Break" is bigger and better because it's got extreme sports that weren't even invented when the original 1991 hit came out.

    Associated Press
  • A Madman Staged A Holdup. Luckily For Them, He’s Madly In Love! #ShortFilm

    This article A Madman Staged A Holdup. Luckily For Them, He’s Madly In Love! appeared first on Viddsee BUZZ. This an endearing romantic comedy with an awkward wrestling scene, and a dash of sweet, sweet, innocent love. A cashier and a security guard get tied up (and tongue-tied) by an unexpected…

  • The iconic Holga film camera is dead

    The Holga, a plastic 120 film camera first designed in China in the early '80s before developing a global cult following, is no longer being made. A Holga camera really is about creativity and unpredictability and a refreshing medium in today's digital age," says Freestyle CEO Gerald H. Karmele.…

    The Verge
  • Donald Trump Threatens CNN With $5M Tab To Goose Debate Ratings

    Veteran reality-TV star Donald Trump is working like a beaver to bring back to its former ratings glory his latest starring vehicle, The GOP Debates. Preaching to his choir in Georgia, Trump again last night pulled out of his bag o’ tricks a threat to charge CNN $5 million to headline its telecast…

  • The Most Perfect Girl In School Isn’t Really Who She Seems #ShortFilm

    This article The Most Perfect Girl In School Isn’t Really Who She Seems appeared first on Viddsee BUZZ. Being mean is never harmless. Ning is a popular student who is well-liked and respected by all in school. She’s everyone’s model, the most perfect girl in school. Everyone wants to be her friend.…

  • Barbie Origins Movie in the Works With Reese Witherspoon

    Reese Witherspoon is developing, and potentially starring in, a movie about the origins of the Barbie doll. Witherspoon will produce with partner Bruna Papandrea through their Pacific Standard banner. The two companies optioned the movie rights to Robin Gerber’s 2010 book Barbie and Ruth: The Story…

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  • This Creep Took Photos Of His Housemate While She Was Asleep #ShortFilm

    This article This Creep Took Photos Of His Housemate While She Was Asleep appeared first on Viddsee BUZZ. This pervert gets a taste of his own perverse medicine in this short film with a twist. This creep is no angel – he’s got new flatmates whom he’s taking advantage of, but his luck runs out in a…

  • What Was Your First Time Like? A Documentary. #ShortFilm

    This article What Was Your First Time Like? A Documentary. appeared first on Viddsee BUZZ. Four stories, four memories on a first sexual experience: a party, a systematic break up, peer pressure and abuse, and a renewed sense of life. Raw, intimate, beautifully told. Watch ‘Never Like The First…