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  1. Peter Jackson Suggests Even Longer Cuts Of 'The Lord Of The ...Read the original story

    Sunday | Free Republic

    Many many epochs past, before claiming its rightful status as the beloved Oscar-winning trilogy known the world over, "The Lord Of The Rings" was planned to be a single movie, directed by John Madden .


  2. 'Hobbit' cast tease trailer, bloopers at Comic-ConRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Detroit News

    San Diego -- "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" launched a full-scale assault on Comic-Con.


  3. 'Darth Vader' comic book focuses on 'Star Wars' dark sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Detroit Free Press

    Kieron Gillen is finally getting to do his villain comic book, and it stars arguably the greatest of them all.


  4. RaptureRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | DVD Times

    It's often the case that within a man of action beats a more sensitive heart, though it may not be obviously apparent.


  5. Comic-Con: First Footage of 'Batman v Superman' and Wonder WomanRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 26 | WSJ Media and Advertising

    A surprise peek at "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" pumped up fans to 11 at the beginning of Warner Bros.'


  6. The Pride and the Prejudice of 'Wuthering Heights': Oldcastle Books Pulps the ClassicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 26 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    Among the many great pieces of wisdom humanity has managed to cling to over the ages, there is the tenet that one should never judge a book by its cover.


  7. Katie Holmes Talks to Anna Wintour with Troubling HeelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 9 | I4U Future Technology News

    Katie Holmes almost suffered a fashion disaster at Harvey Weinstein's bash for the Association of Surfing Professionals that was held on the top of the James Hotel in New York on Thursday.


  8. Karen Nolan: Extinguished lightsRead the original story

    Feb 12, 2014 | The Reporter

    As a baby boomer, I have no memory of the world before Shirley Temple. When I was a child -- more than two decades after she starred in the movies that made her famous, and at least a decade after she had grown up and retired from the industry -- she was still ubiquitous.


  9. The Westmorland Gazette: G : Author Charles Dickens, aged 47Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Thewestmorland Gazette

    HOMELESS people in Lancaster are to take their unique version of a Dickens classic story on tour, thanks to A 13,000 European Social Fund cash.


  10. Wuthering Heights at my Bedside TableRead the original story

    Sunday | Bronte Blog

    The Irish Independent interviews someone who we have been not able to identify but with some BrontA« plans in the near future: The books on my bedside table are... "' Stag's Leap ' by Sharon Olds, ' Effi Briest ' by Theodor Fontane and ' Wuthering Heights ' by Emily BrontA« because we are doing it at Christmas."


  11. FESTIVAL/CRUISE: STLJN Saturday Video Showcase: St. Louis Cabaret FestivalRead the original story

    Sunday | All About Jazz

    Today, let's take a look at some video clips featuring the stars of next week's St. Louis Cabaret Festival .


  12. Gusman Center for the Performing ArtsRead the original story

    Sunday | Miami New Times

    Old is the new new. Especially in a city like Miami, where historic charms are often bulldozed to make way for new school crap.


  13. Morgan Freeman Inhales Helium with Jimmy FallonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | I4U Future Technology News

    ... helium is much lighter than air, when you inhale it and speak...the voice escapes at such an accelerated rate from the vocal cords that it sounds like a rodent's squeaks. All those present on the show had wonderfully entertaining time seeing the two ...


  14. Underestimating our brain capacityRead the original story

    Sunday | Home

    It's a common conversation starter to assert that we only use 10 percent of our brains.


  15. First editions of rare books are the first-class way to investRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Mail

    When you pack your bags for the summer holidays this year, take extra care when you choose your reading matter - hidden among your books may be an investment gem.


  16. Conan Doyle's Undershaw to receive no extra protectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Surrey Advertiser

    Sherlock Holmes creator's Hindhead home will remain as Grade II listed despite calls for it have further heritage protection Proposals to increase the listed status of the former Hindhead home of the creator of Sherlock Holmes have been denied by English Heritage.


  17. South Carolina's Beaufort: Where time slows down but there's plenty to doRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The News Tribune

    If you are looking for a quiet spot to spend time as a family, where time seems to slow down but there still is plenty to do when you are feeling active, take a gander at Beaufort.


  18. 'Lost Generation' lives on thanks to literary greatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Times

    British soldiers with guns and shovels pose in Fleurbaix, France, during World War I. The "Great War," as it was then known, began 100 years ago Monday.


  19. Portland library to host cryptid discussionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Lansing State Journal

    Calling all amateur genealogists! The Portland District Library is hosting a genealogy lock-in on Saturday, Aug. 9 from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Local experts will be on hand to teach you how to use Ancestry.com, how to search for information in the library's local history room, and where to look next when your research runs aground.


  20. Composer Bear McCreary on 'The Walking Dead,'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Examiner.com

    Television music is once again exciting. Having spent decades as predictable, simple, and even cheesy novelty material, the music for television programs is as diverse and vibrant as its cinematic cousins.