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- North Korea holds election: 100% turnout, Kim Jong-un gets — 100% of vote
- Gentlemen, start your drones: Judge’s ruling opens door for commercial use
- Soldier who hid, bragged about not saluting flag to be punished — in secret
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- Putin declares Sochi Paralympics open amid Ukrainian protest
Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Russell Crowe
Liam Neeson has grounded "The Lego Movie."
Spoiler alert: At the end of "Pompeii," Mount Vesuvius blows its top and wipes out the ancient title city. There's fire, and flooding, and lots of people die. The problem with the movie is that it doesn't happen fast enough.
The tagline on the “Winter’s Tale” poster reads: “This is not a true story; it’s a love story” … which makes as much sense as this mess of a film.
There's magic in "Winter's Tale," in the book that inspired it and, above all, in the city that inspired the book. The first, however, contains the least magic.
In the beginning, there was "The Bible," the most-watched cable TV show of 2013. Following its flood of faith-inspiring success are three Bible-based movies set to open in theaters this year.
Religion scholars say the use of the organ in worship services was the first time religion merged with popular culture. The two influences have fed off of each other since.
When Superman made his comic book debut in 1938, he was a borderline socialist with a grudge against big business. However, in "Man of Steel," which opens June 14, Clark Kent's alter ego is so mainstream that he's fast friends with U.S. Army brass.
With new religious movies steamrolling to theaters in the near future, religious experts are saying religion in the movies is a form of education and a new medium.
Elmore Leonard, who died Tuesday morning at age 87, helped achieve for crime writing what Stephen King did for horror and Ray Bradbury for science fiction. He made it hip, and he made it respectable.
A statue of actor Russell Crowe as Jor-El in the movie "Man of Steel" and Superman attacks General Zod in the Battle For Metropolis playset are just a few of the items highlighted.
Mattel's Movie Masters action figures offers fans of the latest live-action Superman film, "Man of Steel, " an affordable way to collect some of the movie's key characters such as Jor-El and General Zod.
From the random salute to James Bond to the non-sequiturial "Chicago" revival to Seth MacFarlane's predictably fratty but unpredictably tedious stint as a host — dear Rob Lowe and Snow White: All is forgiven — this year's Oscars were even more tumefied and wearisome than usual.
It was an extra starry, musical day at the Dolby Theatre.
Anne Hathaway was deemed best dressed _ by people who dress her for work.
Someone is dreaming the dream: "Les Miserables" is coming back to Broadway.