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Crime · United States
Tupac Shakur: Las Vegas police arrest man over 1996 shooting of rapper
A man has been arrested in Las Vegas over the murder of rapper Tupac Shakur, who was shot dead in 1996. See the Story
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Kevin Spacey · Samarkand
Kevin Spacey reveals he was rushed to hospital due to possible heart attack
Kevin Spacey revealed he was rushed to the hospital over a possible heart attack that occurred while visiting the Afrasiyab museum in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. Spacey was taken to the Innova Diagnostic Clinic for heart attack symptoms, but after spending most of the afternoon there and undergoing a variety of tests, he received positive news.See the Story
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Netflix might be on the verge of raising prices
Netflix is set to raise the price of its ad-free service. The streaming platform is apparently in discussions about price hikes. It's thought the increases will start in the United States and Canada. The Wall Street Journal reported the news on Tuesday (October 3) Earlier this year the platform scrapped its basic subscription.See the Story
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The Saw X Trap So Disgusting It's Deleted From The Movie
Ready for it? According to a recent story in The Direct, a scene from the newest installment in the Saw saga, Saw X, was … Continue reading "The Saw X Trap So Disgusting It’s Deleted From The Movie" The post The Saw X Trap So Disgusting It’s Deleted From The Movie appeared first on GIANT FREAKIN ROBOT.See the Story
Stephen King Prefers One Movie Ending To His Own Story
Stephen King approves of the ending to The Mist, which is much darker than the one in his novel. In the book, the main character, David (Thomas Jane), his son, and a few others drive off into the mist, hoping to find a safer place to reside. The Mist ends up killing all the remaining survivors (including his own son) before stepping out into themist to evacuate those in need.See the Story
See Star Wars Original Version For The First Time In Decades
The Star Wars: A New Hope 1977 original version was thought to have been lost, but fans are meticulously restoring it in all of its glory. George Lucas famously wanted the old versions of Star Wars to be destroyed over time, which is why fans are trying hard to preserve the original version.See the Story
Everyone Is Saying The Same Thing About The Exorcist: Believer
The Exorcist: Believer is being panned by critics before its release. The film holds a 25 percent critics score on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 77 reviews. Two follow-up films are in the works, led by the same creative team of David Gordon Green, Peter Sattler, Scott Teems, and Danny McBride.See the Story
Hocus Pocus 3 Still Happening Or Is It Canceled?
Hocus Pocus 2 was reportedly the most-viewed movie premiere in U.S. history (according to Disney), with more than 2.7 million viewing minutes. All three of the Sanderson Sisters are openly claiming that they're on board for another sequel. There is no set release date for the third movie, but there is plenty of educated speculation.See the Story
The James McAvoy Intense Thriller On Streaming Is His Greatest Performance
Split stars James McAvoy in eight different roles, playing a main character who is said to have 23 distinct personalities. There are really three different plots running throughout the movie, which is a small part of the film's magic. Split was filmed for around $9 million and performed well at the box office. Worldwide, the movie brought in more than $278 million.See the Story
The New Star Trek Episode Has Scotty Whip Off His Pants And Dance Around
The latest episode of the Star Trek animated short series Very Short Treks features a song and dance about love. The episode, titled Walk, Don't Run, simultaneously pays homage to the 50th anniversary of the original animated series while also working in the goofy humor that Lower Decks is known for. The short features appearances from George Takei as Sulu, Jonathan Frakes as Riker, and Carlos Alazraqui as Scotty.See the Story
Disney Making Huge Change To Bambi's Most Memorable Scene
Disney plans to ton down the traumatizing scene of Bambi's mother being shot in the upcoming live-action remake of the classic animated movie. The studio says that the scene is more sensitive to modern audiences. The remake is expected to be released in 2015, but it's not clear how the scene will be changed.See the Story