• Disney's New Movie Is a Beauty of a Beast

    Disney's New Movie Is a Beauty of a Beast

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    Beauty and the Beast has recorded the seventh best opening overall in the United States and Canada. The company's earlier live-action remakes like "The Jungle Book", "Cinderella", "Maleficent" and "Alice in Wonderland" had garnered $967 million, $544 million, $759 million and more than $1 billion, respectively, worldwide.
  • Sesame Street to introduce new character with autism

    Sesame Street to introduce new character with autism

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    In her first episode, Big Bird holds out his wing to shake hands with Julia , who is being introduced in the upcoming season. Ms Ferraro said she hoped Julia could help children so when they encounter people with autism in real life, "it's familiar, and they see they can be their friends too".
  • Man drops surprise proposal on stage at Adele's Melbourne concert

    Man drops surprise proposal on stage at Adele's Melbourne concert

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    Adele usually performs her concerts with fans at the end of her stage (likely to keep cool in the heat of stage lights), but had a little fun when one blew her hair in an especially Beyoncé fashion. "I'm not really a touring artist", she said. Adele hugged the couple, saying, "I had no idea that was going to happen". Chris said yes to a chorus of cheers from the crowd.
  • Kim Kardashian Becomes Victim Of A Major Photoshop Fail

    Kim Kardashian Becomes Victim Of A Major Photoshop Fail

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    Kourtney Kardashian on Thursday evening posted online a photograph of herself flaunting her ample breasts in a top with a plunging neckline. As fans of Keeping Up with the Kardashians already know, Scott has been waging war against his baby mama, and now he has chose to rub his good relationship with his mother-in-law in Kourtney's face.
  • Trump's wiretap claims not supported by documents from Justice Department, source says

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    And on Friday Fox News anchor Shepard Smith said Fox News "no evidence" that the president was surveilled and can not confirm Fox News analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano's "commentary" about the British spy agency. Officials have said Trump didn't necessarily mean Obama personally ordered the surveillance; that wiretapping could refer to a broad range of surveillance efforts; and that the effort may not have specifically targeted Trump Tower in NY, which houses Trump's business headquarters ...
  • Drake's 'More Life' Playlist May Not Be Exclusive To Apple Music

    Drake's 'More Life' Playlist May Not Be Exclusive To Apple Music

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    The rapper will release his newest project today (March 18), a "playlist" called More Life-but it won't be an Apple Music exclusive this time, unlike Views and the slew of other deals he's struck with the service in the past year. Drake recently shared a teaser trailer for his " More Life " project, which he has described as a "playlist" and an "evolution" of the mixtape format.
  • Trump attacks media again, calls meeting with Merkel 'GREAT'

    Trump attacks media again, calls meeting with Merkel 'GREAT'

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    President Donald Trump used a joint press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel to deflect criticism about his unsubstantiated claim that the Obama administration spied on him, reviving a sensitive diplomatic incident in which the US was revealed to have snooped on her cell phone.
  • Senate confirms Trump's pick for national intelligence chief

    Senate confirms Trump's pick for national intelligence chief

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    Since the early 1980s, Coats either has served in government or earned money as a lobbyist and board director. Committee Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C., said Wednesday morning that Coats "will be a forceful advocate for intelligence collection, but again never jeopardizing that line of what is legal and what is not".
  • Trump's tax return got Rachel Maddow her highest ratings ever

    Trump's tax return got Rachel Maddow her highest ratings ever

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    The president has claimed, without evidence, that he would not release his taxes because he is under an Internal Revenue Service audit, and that U.S. voters do not care. This is not a woman who believes in cutting to the chase. I'm not hung up on the use of breaking news to tease the information. "I definitely feel like, hey, if you're new, let me meet you where you are".
  • Eruptions continue at Etna after explosion that injured ten

    Eruptions continue at Etna after explosion that injured ten

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    It was a scary moment for some 35 tourists and others, including a British television TV crew, who were caught in an explosion on Mount Etna that left ten of them hurt. A new lava flow started from the southeastern crater on Wednesday, and was advancing with a temperature above 1,000 degrees Centigrade in an area covered by snow, creating the explosion.
  • John Krasinski and Emily Blunt to make first movie together

    John Krasinski and Emily Blunt to make first movie together

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    The pair will appear together in the supernatural thriller " A Quiet Place ", which Krasinski will write and direct. Krasinski, best known as Jim Halpert from The Office , has never dabbled in the horror genre before, while Blunt, who's now filming Mary Poppins Returns, has appeared in both horror (Wind Chill, The Wolfman ) and sci-fi ( Edge of Tomorrow ).