Erin Corwin Murder: Suspected Killer Admits He Searched for 'How to Dispose' of Body

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Christopher Lee, the former Marine accused of murdering Erin Corwin, told investigators that he searched the Internet for "how to dispose of a human body," arrest records reveal. The revelation is just part of the evidence that San Bernardino County prosecutors have amassed against Lee, 24, who police contend was having an affair with Corwin and killed her out of fear his wife would learn of the relationship. Several days before her disappearance, Corwin, 19, told a friend that she and Lee were planning on taking a "special" trip together, according to court documents. An additional murder charge might be filed against See more »

- Johnny Dodd, @Johnny_Dodd

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Rihanna Loves Wearing Lingerie, Nighties and Slips Out in Public—See All the Sexy Pics!

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Rihanna has always walked to the beat of her own fashion drum, and as of late that beat seems to start and end in the bedroom. Not once or twice but eight times in the past four months the "Stay" singer stepped out in something that could (and often should) double as a nightie. Is the Barbadian beauty trying to make a new trend stick or just too lazy to change after a nap? The R&B bad girl rocks everything from a see-through red teddy and long lavender nightgown to a bright pink slumber party dress and sequined slip. And See more »

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Video: The Kid From Jerry Maguire Is All Grown Up, and Not the Former Child Star You Remember

18 hours ago

Come on, you know who Jonathan Lipnicki is.

He's the cute little kid from Jerry Maguire who taught us all how much the human head weighs! Or, well, he was. As shocking as this may be, Lipnicki is all grown up now — and he's poking fun at "former child star" stereotypes in a new video titled "You Used to be Cute."

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- Kaitlin Thomas

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Watch Iggy Azalea Fall Off the Stage While Performing 'Fancy'

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Everyone falls. But when famous people fall, it's especially hilarious. We don't mean pretty falling like Jennifer Lawrence at the Oscars, but ugly falling like President Gerald Ford slipping on the steps out of a plane or Destiny's Child's Michelle falling during a performance of "Soldier" with Beyoncé and Kelly looking askance. Now we can add Iggy Azalea to the latter list, when she fell off the stage during a performance of "Fancy" at a benefit concert before the VMAs. Fortunately she was able to quickly get back up with the aid of security guards and See more »

- E. Alex Jung

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The Guardian Film Show: Lucy, God Help the Girl, What If and Two Days, One Night - video reviews

22 August 2014 5:44 AM, PDT

Catherine Shoard and Henry Barnes join Xan Brooks for our weekly round-up of the big cinema releases. This week the team watch Scarlett Johansson amp up her noggin in Luc Besson's pop science thriller Lucy; Daniel Radcliffe damp down the laughs in relationship comedy What If; the Dardennes brothers employ Marion Cotillard for Two Days, One Night, a drama about social justice in the job market; and a bunch of indie darlings warble around sunny Glasgow in Belle and Sebastian singer Stuart Murdoch's God Help the Girl

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- Xan Brooks, Catherine Shoard, Henry Barnes, Richard Sprenger, Jonross Swaby and Joan Portillo

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New Kingsman Images Show Samuel L. Jackson

22 August 2014 8:40 AM, PDT

The new issue of Empire doesn't hit shelves until next Thursday, August 28, but we have a sneak peek for you already! We have the latest on Matthew Vaughn's Kingsman: The Secret Service, including these two rather nifty images showing Colin Firth's impeccably-dressed agent at work, and Samuel L. Jackson See more »

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Nine Inch Nails Fans Will Be Surprised By This Album

3 September 2013 11:50 AM, PDT

Nine Inch Nails, "Hesitation Marks" (Columbia)

Sun-kissed harmonies, funk-flecked guitar lines and – whisper it – a saxophone workout all make an appearance on "Hesitation Marks," a surprising new offering from Trent Reznor's Nine Inch Nails after a lengthy, self-imposed hiatus.

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MTV Movies Blog

The Best Movies Of 2013

17 December 2013 12:00 PM, PST

To clarify, this is my top ten today at this very moment. It's going to change. Even as I wrote out the below list, I was dramatically shifting these worthy films up and down. For one thing I want — no, need — to see all of these again and See more »

- Josh Horowitz

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Filmmaker Magazine

Made in NY Media by Ifp Center Announces New Managing Director and Promotions

23 hours ago

Ifp, Filmmaker‘s parent organization, announced yesterday that Gordon Ampel, most recently vice president of worldwide operations at Focus Features, has been hired as the Managing Director of the Made in NY Media Center. Ampel’s prior experience includes positions at USA Films and October Films. As the new Managing Director, See more »

- Filmmaker Staff

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FrightFest 2014: All Cheerleaders Die reaction

7 hours ago

An audacious second act twist rescues this frenetic high-school horredy from predictability, ensuring that while All Cheerleaders Die is far from perfect, it has a few sly surprises up its sleeves. Directed by Lucky McKee (of excellent FrightFest 2011 flick The Woman) and Chris Sivertson (the See more »

- Josh Winning

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