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Miami Heat Jet Slides on Runway ... Everyone Safe

  • TMZ
The Miami Heat team jet slid on the runway in a Milwaukee airport after landing Wednesday night due to heavy snow ... but fear not, no one was hurt. It all went down around 9:20 Pm at Milwaukee's General Mitchell International Airport. The jet was carrying the Miami Heat team and staff. The team tweeted about the incident. "Upon landing in Milwaukee tonight the team plane slid while taxiing but never left the pavement. Everyone on
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Sir Nicholas Winton Dies at 106; British Hero Saved 669 Jewish Children From Holocaust

Sir Nicholas Winton, a British man who helped save hundreds of Jewish children from the Holocaust during World War II, has passed away at the age of 106. His son-in-law Stephen Watson confirmed to the BBC that Winton died peacefully in his sleep Wednesday. For more than half a century, Winton kept quiet about his heroism, including his role in organizing trains to rescue 669 children bound for Nazi concentration camps.  Prime Minister David Cameron remembered Winton on Twitter, writing, "The world has lost a great man. We must never forget Sir Nicholas Winton's humanity in saving so many children from the Holocaust." Story developing...
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This is how Twitter reacted to Terminator Genisys

This is how Twitter reacted to Terminator Genisys
Arnold Schwarzenegger announced the title of the new Terminator movie in style today (August 6), by posting a photo on Instagram of a director's chair with the film's name emblazoned across the back.

Perhaps the most noteworthy aspect of the title is its unusual spelling, with the next instalment named Terminator Genisys.

Twitter users have been quick to make their feelings on the title known, with some mocking the 'innovative' spelling of the word 'genesis':

Exclusive reveal of the new Terminator movie logo! pic.twitter.com/KugtrUjuNZ

Seb Patrick (@sebpatrick) August 6, 2014

"What's the problem with the Terminator title?" - Ayndrew Jonys

Andrew Jones (@EthanRunt) August 6, 2014

Terminator 5: Genisys. A Dyslexic Phil Collins goes back in time to ruin music.

— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) August 6, 2014

It's clear that some will quickly become irritated with typing the film's name and being constantly 'corrected':

No... No I didn't. pic.twitter.com/vwfcnaynvh

Stephen Watson (@RealMattDamon
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New Terminator title announced as Terminator Genisys: Twitter reacts

New Terminator title announced as Terminator Genisys: Twitter reacts
Arnold Schwarzenegger announced the title of the new Terminator movie in style today (August 6), by posting a photo on Instagram of a director's chair with the film's name emblazoned across the back.

Perhaps the most noteworthy aspect of the title is its unusual spelling, with the next instalment named Terminator Genisys.

Twitter users have been quick to make their feelings on the title known, with some mocking the 'innovative' spelling of the word 'genesis':

Exclusive reveal of the new Terminator movie logo! pic.twitter.com/KugtrUjuNZ

Seb Patrick (@sebpatrick) August 6, 2014

"What's the problem with the Terminator title?" - Ayndrew Jonys

Andrew Jones (@EthanRunt) August 6, 2014

Terminator 5: Genisys. A Dyslexic Phil Collins goes back in time to ruin music.

— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) August 6, 2014

It's clear that some will quickly become irritated with typing the film's name and being constantly 'corrected':

No... No I didn't. pic.twitter.com/vwfcnaynvh

Stephen Watson (@RealMattDamon
See full article at Digital Spy - Movie News »

Arachnophobiacs Beware ... We've Got a Pair Creepy Crawly Shorts, Spider on the Ceiling and Scratch

Oh the goddamn creepy, crawlies…they skeev me out just thinking about them. Ugh. Well, if you love the eight-legged baddies as much as I do, we've got a couple of memorable shorts for you today with Spider on the Ceiling and Scratch.

We don't usually combine two shorts into one article, but these two worked so well together, and thanks to horror hound Avery G for the tip on these two.

The first film is entitled Spider on the Ceiling. It's from Australia, just like the huntsman spider which stars in the movie. Spider on the Ceiling was directed by Anthony O'Neill and stars Steve Danielsen, Camilla Jackson and Steve Carroll. It's a creepy little five-minute piece with a nice comedic twist and great sense of humor.

The second feature is Scratch. No comedy in this one, just a slow build of suspense to a nice finish. Ethan Snell
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Irish Film and Television Academy Awards 2012: Nominations: Albert Nobbs

Albert Nobbs and the other nominations for the 2012 Irish Film and Television Academy Awards have been announced. The 9th Annual Irish Film and Television Awards (IFTAs) “sole aim is to celebrate Ireland’s notably talented film and television community. The ceremony is considered to be one of Ireland’s most prestigious awards event, and can be viewed as the Irish equivalent to the American Oscars.” The awards ceremony will be held on February 11, 2012 at the Convention Centre Dublin (Ccd).

The full listing of the 2012 Irish Film and Television Awards is below.

Film Categories

Best Film

Albert NobbsAlan Moloney, Bonnie Curtis, Julie Lynn and Glenn Close (Parallel Film & TV Productions)

Charlie CasanovaTerry McMahon (Source Productions)

Stella DaysJackie Larkin & Leslie McKimm (Newgrange Pictures)

The GuardEd Guiney, Andrew Lowe, Chris Larke, Flore Fernandez Marengo(Element Pictures)

Director Film

Rebecca Daly – The Other Side of Sleep (Fastnet Films)

John Michael McDonagh
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