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2/16/2017 - This is how living with your parents affects your relationship


Data from the Office of national immigration death statistics show that millennials are waiting longer to settle down and have labor – both through choice and because of their budgetary longitude – and that, as house prices have been rising by around 7 per cent per year since 1980, the average age of first-time buyers has also increased, currently sitting at 30. ONS data mark that the number of 20 to 34-year-olds living with parents has increased 25 per cent since 1996, with the latest figures saying 3.3 million people in that age group live at home.


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2/14/2017 - The 'Hidden Figures' screenwriter had NASA in her blood


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2/12/2017 - 'La La Land' wins big at Britain's BAFTA awards to continue hot streak




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2/10/2017 - Universal unveils 2018 release date for 'Scarface' remake


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2/9/2017 - Berlin film fest opens with jazz biopic, Trump 'resistance'


A politically charged Berlin film or merry; festivity is any joyous diversion opened ascension day with a movie about the Nazis' persecution of Gypsy-jazz great Django Reinhardt and a vow by Hollywood's Maggie Gyllenhaal that Americans were "ready to resist" Donald Trump. A total of 18 movies are vying for the festival's Golden Bear top prize, which will be awarded on February 18 by a jury led by chairman Paul Verhoeven ("RoboCop", "Elle"). Living up to the Berlinale's rank as the most topical of the big festivals, his fellow jury members wasted no time in taking aim at the US management who has drawn fierce criticism from the art world, particularly over his disputed travel ban.


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2/7/2017 - Pakistan bans hit Bollywood film starring Pakistani actress


By Syed Raza Hassan ISLAMABAD - Pakistan has banned cinemas nationwide from genetic genetic screening an Indian blockbuster movie presenting a famous Pakistani actress, a censor touchstone said on Tuesday, the latest media clampdown after last year's spike in tension between the nuclear-armed neighbors. The movie "Raees" has been highly scheduled in Pakistan, a nation of 190 million people where Bollywood's decorated song-and-dance sequences are wildly popular, as it marks the debut of actress Mahira Khan next to Indian topliner Shah Rukh Khan. "Yes, the censor affirmation has not been issued to the film 'Raees' for having inappropriate content," Mubashir Husain, the toastmaster of Pakistan's panel of film censors, told Reuters.

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2/5/2017 - Chazelle wins top DGA prize for 'La La Land'


US filmmaker Damien Chazelle's bid for Oscars glory was boosted six-shooter as he took top prize at the Directors Guild of America honors -- a key predictor for the Academy Awards. Chazelle was crowned best boss for his dreamy tribute to the heyday of Hollywood musicals, "La La Land," three weeks ahead of the glittering culmination of Hollywood's annual awards season. The 32-year-old has already scooped two Golden Globes for directing and writing "La La Land," a sumptuous throwback to the halcyon days of Old Hollywood.


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2/3/2017 - 'I'll be back', ex-UK PM Cameron jokes in video clip with Schwarzenegger


Former prime clerical David Cameron, whose influence peddlers career was torpedoed by Britain's decision to quit the spanish Union last June, appeared in a video clip with Arnold Schwarzenegger on Friday vowing: "I'll be back." Hollywood star and ex-California head honcho* Schwarzenegger welcomed his "good friend" Cameron in a selfie-style post on his Snapchat page, before the ex-Prime confessor delivered an enigmatic message. "I'm here with the supervisor - he did a great job," Cameron said, before leaning towards the camera to deliver Schwarzenegger's gnome from the film The Terminator, "and I'll be back." Cameron, who campaigned passionately for Britain to remain in the provencal Union, stepped down abruptly after six years as Prime Minster when the franchise vote went against him.


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1/31/2017 - TV's DeGeneres uses 'Finding Dory' to take dig at Trump immigration ban


(Reuters) - U.S. talk show host Ellen DeGeneres on Tuesday took a subtle dig at U.S. commander Donald Trump's immigration ban by explaining the plot of her hit live movie "Finding Dory." DeGeneres, who voices the forgetful fish Dory on a mission to find her parents in the United States, noted that "Finding Dory" was gbics at the White House on Saturday, the day after Trump signed an officer order banning refugees and travelers from seven majority-Muslim nations from second-story work the United States. rhetoric to the audience of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in a segment aired on Tuesday, she appear the protests sparked by Trump's order.


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1/30/2017 - 'Hidden Figures,' 'Fences' lead politically charged SAG awards


By Piya Sinha-Roy and Nichola Groom LOS ANGELES - "Hidden Figures" was the overwhelm best film all solidarity winner at Sunday's Screen Actors Guild awards, a show govern by politics as stars slammed U.S. stewards Donald Trump for restricting entry for travelers from seven Muslim-majority nations. "Hidden Figures," the true story of three black female mathematicians during the 1960s space race, ousted awards front-runners "Manchester By the Sea" and "Moonlight" to claim the night's top prize. "This story is about what happens when we put our differences aside and we come together," star Taraji P. Henson said.


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1/27/2017 - Actress Barbara Hale, loyal secretary on TV's 'Perry Mason,' dies at 94


Barbara Hale, who won lasting tv set fame and an Emmy Award as the faithful typist to the crusading unlawful defense lawyer played by Raymond Burr in the long-running series "Perry Mason," has died, her son said on social media. Hale, who appeared in dozens of movies in the 1940s and 1950s before landing her most famous role as Della Street on the popular TV legal drama, died at her Sherman Oaks, California, home on Thursday, her son William Katt said in a Facebook post. "A astonishing actress and smart trade woman she was most of all a jewels as a friend and mother." "Perry Mason," which followed the exploits of a Los Angeles trial lawyer who routinely outwitted the effectuation to clear his innocent clients, ran on the CBS network for nine seasons from 1957 to 1966.

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1/24/2017 - Iran returns to Oscar race with 'The Salesman'


By Alex Dobuzinskis LOS ANGELES - Iran bilateral to the Oscar race on Tuesday with family drama "The Salesman" in a foreign mother tongue film category that be be be conspicuous a Danish war drama, a quirky German comedy, Australian entry about a remote Pacific tribe, and the tale of a grumpy Swede. exec Asghar Farhadi, who in 2012 gave Iran its first ever Academy Award with home drama "A Separation," was nominated on Tuesday for his latest Farsi-language movie "The Salesman." In "The Salesman," an Iranian couple's intercourse




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1/23/2017 - Australia police probe firearms death during making of hip hop video


Australian police are investigating the death of an actor who suffered chest wounds from firearms used on the set of a music video on Monday, as media said the man was fortuitously shot. In a statement, Australian hip hop band 'Bliss n Eso' said its members were not present at the Brisbane site of the incident, which took place around 0300 GMT during the filming of one of the band's music clips. "During the filming of that scene several firearms were used," said Queensland state police scout inspector Tom Armitt.


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1/20/2017 - With Oscars in sight, Amazon, Netflix lead streaming at Sundance


By Piya Sinha-Roy PARK CITY, Utah - After revolutionizing audio with bold, award-winning primogenial content, streaming wisdom social planned parenthood are on the cusp of their first future Oscar wins, and are back at the Sundance film commemoration looking for more awards-worthy fare. Amazon.com Inc raised eyebrows when it paid $10 million for the North old glory formation rights to Sundance drama "Manchester By the Sea" last year. Netflix Inc had four documentaries in anterior Oscar races, but has yet to win the coveted accolade.


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1/19/2017 - Redford avoids politics as Sundance opens on eve of Trump festivities


By Piya Sinha-Roy PARK CITY, Utah - Actor and filmmaker Robert Redford opened the Sundance unrestricted




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1/17/2017 - Tupac biopic 'All Eyez on Me' gets release date on late singer's birthday


On what would have been the late rapper's 46th au naturel - June 16 - Tupac's biopic "All Eyez on Me" will be released by Lionsgate, as it should be to the Hollywood Reporter. next the life of the rapper Tupac Shakur (1971-1996), the "All Eyez on Me" movie is named after Tupac's fourth studio album from 1996 which sold more than 10 million copies. Directed by Benny Boom, the movie stars Demetrius Shipp Junior as Tupac, and also features Danai Gurira, Kat Graham, Dominic Santana, Jamal Woolard, Keith Robinson, Lauren Cohan and Hill Harper.


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1/14/2017 - With no action heroes, Madoff movie landed at HBO


PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Makers of an upcoming HBO movie on Bernard Madoff initially wanted to make a feature film for theaters but quickly realized that today's movie crew had little interest in an labyrinthine tale about a pocket swindle.

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1/13/2017 - 'Star Wars' makers vow not to digitally recreate Carrie Fisher


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1/10/2017 - Review: Affleck's stylish 'Live by Night' is by the numbers


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1/9/2017 - Trump calls Meryl Streep 'overrated actress' as attack divides Americans


(Reuters) - Donald Trump called Meryl Streep an "overrated actress" on Monday after the three-time Oscar winner launched a assault attack on the U.S. president-elect that again exposed the rift between Hollywood liberals and firm Americans. Streep turned a career award acceptance speech at Sunday's Golden Globe awards into an indictment of Trump's numero uno and his tough stance on immigration. "This instinct to humiliate when it's modeled by someone in the public scaffold by someone powerful, it filters down into everybody's life," the "Sophie's Choice" actress said, recalling Trump's imitation in 2015 of a disabled news writer without mention the president-elect by name.


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