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- Sen. Rand Paul: ‘I am seriously thinking about’ running for president in 2016
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It's not necessary to buy a ticket to "Insidious: Chapter 2." Anyone who wants to replicate the experience can instead tie a blindfold around their head and find a friend to shoot off a cap gun, or clang cymbals, or perhaps just poke them in face, at randomly timed intervals.
Hugh Jackman wants anyone with a cell phone to get a chance to break in to show business.
The Academy Awards are a big deal _ even to A-listers. That's why a parade of stars came through the theater at the Hollywood & Highland Center Saturday to run through their lines and prepare to address their peers in front of a worldwide audience of millions.
The women of "Saturday Night Live" haven't fared as well as the men when it comes to movie stardom. Despite the tremendous platform the program has provided, few of the female talents have found big-screen success.
The Easter bunny has hopped into the top spot at the weekend box office.
Capsule reviews of films opening this week:
"Damages," the award-winning, critically acclaimed legal thriller, has won a reprieve after three low-rated seasons on the FX network.