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Peter Jackson consults with Martin Freeman on the set of "The Hobbit, An Unexpected Journey." Introducing footage from the film that uses 48 frames per second, he warned that it would take time to adjust to the new approach. (Warner Bros. Pictures)

Peter Jackson consults with Martin Freeman on the set of "The Hobbit, An Unexpected Journey." Introducing footage from the film that uses 48 frames per second, he warned that it would take time to adjust to the new approach. (Warner Bros. Pictures)

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The biggest villains in sports

Ray Rice is just the latest famous athlete to draw the ire of the American public. Sports stars haven’t always acted as role models — both on and off the field.