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  1. Horrible Bosses 2' doesn't workRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Korea Herald

    The characters of the modern workplace comedy, like the rest of us, don't know how to make a living anymore. Having haplessly tried to murder their bosses in the first "Horrible Bosses," Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis return in "Horrible Bosses 2" as hopeful inventors.

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  2. Funny Ha Ha vs. Funny Hmm HmmRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Boise Weekly

    Some of Hollywood's finest dramatic actors have succeeded in comedy--Alec Baldwin, John C. Reilly and Tom Hanks come to mind--but the reverse has proven much trickier for comics. The best of them, by far, was Robin Williams.

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  3. Boise Classic Movies: Elf and Home AloneRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Boise Weekly

    Boise Classic Movies is dipping into the catalog of Yuletide favorites with the 2003 Will Ferrell farce Elf on Saturday, Nov. 29, 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Egyptian Theatre. But, while reports of Macaulay Culkin's death have been greatly exaggerated, a Dec. 2 screening of his 1990 breakout role Home Alone is not assured.

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  4. Steve Carell says 'Foxcatcher' director saw dark side in the actorRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Weyburn Review

    While discussing "Foxcatcher" - a bleak film, based on an unsettling tragedy, that made its way to screen after a punishing shoot - there's really only one instance where Steve Carell's voice rises above a sombre whisper. In fact, he even breaks out laughing, and oddly enough, the topic at hand is director Bennett Miller's admission that he cast Carell as ominous multi-millionaire John du Pont because he saw a certain darkness in the usually goofy comic actor.

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  5. 'Horrible Bosses 2' review: Take this film, and skip itRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

    "How you like me now?" the Heavy's faux-James-Brown track asks over and over on the "Horrible Bosses 2" soundtrack. "How you like me now? How you like me now?" The first "Horrible Bosses," released back in the summer of 2011, was a different story.

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  6. Motherhood is 'cake', says new mom Eva MendesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | DNA India

    Actress Eva Mendes recently gushed about her newborn, Esmeralda Amada Gosling, with actor Ryan Gosling for the first time after her birth and joked that motherhood is like a cake compared to what it's like to be a baby. The 40-year-old actress said that she finds solace in reading the comment section from other mothers because just knowing that other mothers also go through the same things as she does, helps her get by the nights, E! Online reported.

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  7. 'Penguins of Madagascar' is the latest in a long line of movies about penguinsRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    In "Penguins of Madagascar," out Wednesday, a bunch of Happy Meal toys come back to the big screen to make more money . After all, many penguin-based films really take flight.

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  8. BirdmanRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | DVD Times

    Whilst watching Birdman the thing that I couldn't stop thinking about was why the film was so intent on reminding the audience that they were watching a film. Birdman is a film that is built upon artifice, an elaborate, preening, construction that is often in danger of smothering its rather thin thesis.

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  9. 'Theory of Everything' to Open Dubai Film FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Hollywood Reporter

    Kelsey Grammer and Paul Bettany are confirmed as guests for the Middle East event, which is set to close with 'Into the Woods' James Marsh 's Stephen Hawking biopic The Theory of Everything , which has drawn significant Oscar buzz, will kick off the Dubai International Film Festival on Dec. 10. Festival organizers on Wednesday unveiled the full lineup for the 11th edition of the eight-day event, which they confirmed would close on Dec. 17 with the star-studded Into the Woods . As previously announced, Lee Daniels will be heading up the jury for the main feature competition, while Into the Woods star Emily Blunt will lead the jury for the IWC Filmmaker Award.

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  10. Eva Mendes won't embarrass babyRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | ContactMusic.com

    Eva Mendes is making new career choices now she is a mother because she doesn't want to embarrass daughter Esmeralda when she is older. The 40-year-old actress admits she is making new considerations about her career choices now she is a mother to Esmeralda, her two-month-old baby with boyfriend Ryan Gosling .

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  11. Rolling Stones' Muscle Shoals Sessions to Be Commemorated with Historic MarkerRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | WJZW-FM Washington

    The 45th anniversary of a historic recording session by The Rolling Stones at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in Sheffield, Alabama, will be commemorated with a marker next week in the nearby town of Florence. The unveiling ceremony is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. ET on Friday, December 5, at the site of a former Holiday Inn where the band stayed while working on several of their classic songs at the renowned studio.

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  12. Eva Mendes Reveals Meaning Behind Her and Ryan Gosling's Baby's NameRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | ABC News

    Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling are just two months into raising daughter Esmeralda Amada, but the actress already says, "these are some of the wildest nights I've ever had." Though Mendes says "Esmeralda has two amazing grandmothers and incredible aunties who come over and really help me," the actress is currently raising the baby with a nanny ... "for now."

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  13. The Ultimate Thanksgiving TV GuideBy Kevin FallonRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Daily Beast

    From a Grumpy Cat movie to some spectacular thing called 'When Turkeys Attack,' here's your handy guide to the best of the weekend's many TV offerings. Because your TV binging should be about as gluttonous as your eating Thanksgiving weekend, we perused the exhaustive buffet of marathons, specials, and TV events planned for these highlights worth sampling.

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  14. Dustin Hoffman: Judi Dench Is a "Scrumptious Looking Woman"Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Hollywood Reporter

    Dustin Hoffman has confessed he has a crush on Esio Trot co-star Judi Dench and would love to make a romantic film with her. Speaking at a screening of the BBC adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic in London, the Mirror reported that Hoffman, 77, described Dench, 79, as "a scrumptious looking woman."

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  15. How Much for That Lion in the Window?Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | WNVZ-FM Virginia Beach

    On Monday, the costume that Bert Lahr wore as the Cowardly Lion in the 1939 classic film, The Wizard of Oz , went up for auction. It was part of a group of memorabilia offered for sale at Bonhams auction house - "TCM Presents: There's No Place Like Hollywood."

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  16. 'Birdman' Dominates Spirit Award Nominations - But What's the History?Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | ContactMusic.com

    Alejandro Inarritu's comic fantasy Birdman leads the nominations for the Film Independent Spirit Awards with nods in six categories including best picture. However, the most interesting development to come from Tuesday's list is the nomination of the major studio release - civil rights drama Selma.

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  17. You didn't ask for a Horrible Bosses sequel, but it (sort of) worksRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    D umb and Dumber To isn't the only comedy sequel nobody really asked for that still manages to bring some low-down laughs this holiday season. Here comes Horrible Bosses 2 , making sure people chuckle until they say, "This shit is gonna end soon, right?" Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis return as the trio of working-class buddies who get screwed over constantly by The Man.

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  18. Midwesterners have plenty to sing about with musicals this ThanksgivingRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    Carrie Underwood was "brave" to take on the role of the aspiring nun-turned-governess-turned singing stepmother of seven in last night's NBC special, The Sound of Music Live!, but that doesn't mean she should have, according to Kym Karath, who played... For nearly a decade, Chicago's Music Box Theatre has been celebrating Thanksgiving Day weekend with its Sound of Music sing-along. The interactive experience includes musical subtitles, a costume competition, and the Oscar-winning feature film starring Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer.

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  19. Keira Knightley reveals awe over first Hollywood visit aged 17, on Jimmy Kimmel showRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Hit-and-run driver smashes through Minneapolis crowd of protesters and drags woman 20 feet under FRONT WHEEL - as major demonstrations break out across US for a second night 'He'd be alive if he just followed orders': Defiant cop Darren Wilson says he was 'doing his job right' when he shot dead Michael Brown - and he would do it again EXCLUSIVE Michael Brown's cousin emerges from police station after her arrest amid ugly scenes as protesters rampage through Ferguson Michael Brown's parents slam the 'broken process' after angry outbursts on Monday night when they urged protesters to 'burn this b****' down' Forensic analysis of grand jury testimony: The evidence that convinced them to NOT indict Ferguson cop Darren Wilson in Michael Brown shooting 'She's having a heart attack!' Shocking moment Ferguson police fire tear gas and rubber bullets at crowd carrying an UNCONSCIOUS woman to safety ... (more)

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  20. Top 30 zombie movies of all timeRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Boston.com

    "The Walking Dead" is back, "World War Z" set records last year for zombie-movie production costs and box office dollars, and you can't go more than 10 minutes without seeing a zombie reference somewhere. Yes, the dead have taken over.

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