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The Murderer Next Door

The best thing that could have possibly happened to me finally happened! I’d been waiting for this day to come for so long now and let me tell you when it did I could hardly contain my excitement...

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MihailUlianikov

How You Can Help Those Hurt by the Texas Panhandle Wildfires

Tuesday Morning a cold front pushed the smoke from the Panhandle fires into our town, giving me hopes of a huge city wide BBQ and then leaving me feeling cheated when I found out that was not the case.

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Jim Broadbent Reveals Who He’s Playing in ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7

Back in August it was confirmed that British actor Jim Broadbent was named as a major addition to the cast of Game of Thrones Season 7. He was said to be joining the production in a “significant” role, but this being the most top secret TV show of all, we of course learned nothing else about his character, until today. The beloved British character actor, best known for his roles in everything from the Harry Potter films to Moulin Rouge! and Bridget Jones, has revealed to ScreenCrush who he’s playing with some new details.

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The Future of the Jason Bourne Franchise Is Looking as Cloudy as Jason Bourne’s Past

Last summer’s Jason Bourne may be 2016’s biggest movie we‘ve all already forgotten about. The franchise‘s revival put Matt Damon back in the driver’s seat after trying a legacyquel with Jeremy Renner, and the crowd responded in kind with a princely $164 million box-office take in the U.S. alone. But even as the Jason Bourne formula continues to yield fiscal gains for all parties involved, Matt Damon appears to have grown unsure about the franchise’s continued viability. In a new interview with the Toronto Sun, he expressed his doubts about the future of the secret agent that made him a bona fide movie star.

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5 Years Ago: Bruce Springsteen Gets Angry on ‘Wrecking Ball’

Around the time of the 2008 economic collapse, Bruce Springsteen was working on a gospel music album.

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See the Souped-Up New Batmobile for ‘Justice League’

A new Batman vehicle demands, in a more literal sense, a new Batman vehicle. As Ben Affleck prepares to don the cape and cowl once more to reprise the role of Bruce Wayne in Zack Snyder’s upcoming Justice League movie, modifications have also been made to his singular whip, the teched-out Batmobile. Snyder applied his bigger-is-better filmmaking ethic to the Batmobile in last year‘s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, diverging from Christopher Nolan’s utilitarian, industrial look towards something a little more tanklike. And today, Snyder’s taken to his favored social media channel of Vero to offer fans an advance look at what the latest edition of the Batmobile has to offer.

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New Smart Condom Will Let You Know How You’re Doing in the Sack, If You’re Into That Sort of Thing

"Was it good for you?" has never been a more loaded question.

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Michael & Nicholas Testa, Facebook

Brothers Expertly Toss Pizza Dough in a Way You’ve Never Seen

What's that they say about not playing with your food?

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20th Century Fox

Weekend Box Office Report: ‘Logan’ Claws Its Way to the Top

With Hugh Jackman’s Logan opening in theaters this weekend, the top spot of this list was never in doubt. The questions were always whether audiences would respond well to the first major R-rated superhero movie. Was the big opening of Deadpool an abberation or a sign of things to come? If today’s numbers are any indication, the answer is, maybe a little bit of both.

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David Karlak, EUX Media

Sci-Fi Short Film ‘Rise’ to Be Turned Into a Film Franchise

While losing Anton Yelchin was a sad day for any number of reasons, here’s one more: several years after Yelchin worked with filmmaker David Karlak to produce the independent science-fiction short Rise, the film has finally been picked up by a studio to turn into a feature. According to The Hollywood Reporter (via iO9), Warner Bros. has recently signed on to adapt the popular science-fiction short Rise into a feature film. What should have been a celebrated accomplishment for both director and star is now somewhat tempered by the sadness of his passing.

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