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Married at First Sight Season 6: What We Know So Far

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Married at First Sight’ is reality television series where couples take part in an experiment to see if it can really work if you get married at first sight. The format is based on a Danish television series and couples are matched by experts before meeting for the first time at the altar. They then get married and go on honeymoon before moving in together and sharing their lives as a married couple. There are versions of this series in Australia, the UK, and the United States. The launch date for season six of the United States version of ‘Married

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- Nat Berman

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What People Are Saying about “Godless” So Far

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Godless is a western that was released on November 22 on Netflix. In total, the limited series consists of seven episodes, which are centered around the bitter rivalry between the ex-outlaw Roy Goode and his one-time partner Frank Griffin. Said relationship is complicated by the fact that the former saw the latter as a paternal figure of sorts, having been raised by said individual when he was orphaned as a child. Such was the state of things until Roy became disgusted with what Griffin was doing, thus resulting in their current state of hostility. Besides the bitter rivalry between Roy

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- Nat Berman

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Five Things You Didn’t Know about Emma Slater

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Emma Slater is one of the professional dancers who make Dancing with the Stars possible. For most people, that would be her best-known role to them, but it should be noted that she has been involved with a wide range of other projects as well over the course of her career in the world of dance. Here are five things that you may or may not have known about Emma Slater: Started Dancing at a Young Age At the age of 10, Slater started learning both ballroom dance and Latin American dance. In time, she started participating in local productions

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- Nat Berman

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Was Charles Manson Truly The Father of “Scientology?”

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If you count the study of oneself and the training that it requires to control the minds of others then Charles Manson might have been considered a founder of a different branch of Scientology. Otherwise however, he was little more than a manipulator that thought he was miles above what he really was. The glorification and glamorization of Charles Manson in his own time and even now seems a rather morbid thing to discuss and is infuriating in some regards because there were those that believed in what he was ‘preaching’ and defended him all the way to the end.

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The Top Five Christian Bale Yelling Scenes in Movies

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And welcome back to the Yelling game! Tonight’s contestant Christian Bale is the kind of man that seems to yell in great bursts that come out of nowhere and throw you for a loop and leave you expecting more even as he starts talking in a normal voice once again. Or his yells are wordless cries that are meaningful but don’t seem to need any further vocalization. His is an angry yell, one that’s filled with something dark, dangerous, and in some cases almost utterly defiant as he tries to back his opponents off or make his point be heard

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“Murder on the Orient Express” Sequel “Death on the Nile” is Already a Go

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Agatha Christie’s novel “Death on the Nile” was first published in 1937, and it was adapted for television in the movie “Murder on the Orient Express,” which has become a classic film. We’ve recently learned that a sequel is coming out soon. Here is what we know about the upcoming remake of the movie A new version for modern times. Bette Davis, Angela Landsbury, David Niven, Maggie Smith and Mia Farrow starred in the 1978 movie about a murder that was committed as the result of a love triangle. One huge similarity that the new version will embrace is the

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Lena Dunham Alegedly Has a History of “Well Known Racism”

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Lena Dunham has been an actress, a director, a producer, and a writer over the course of her career. Primarily, she is known for creating, acting in, and writing for a HBO series called Girls. Furthermore, she is the founder of Lenny Letter, which is an online newsletter with a strong focus on feminism. However, Dunham is now focusing serious criticism because of an incident involving a bi-racial actress named Aurora Perrineau. What Caused Zinzi Clemmons to Issue Her Condemnation? What happened was that Perrineau filed charges for sexual assault against Murray Miller, who was one of the writers for

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- Nat Berman

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The Top 10 Backstreet Boys Songs of All-Time

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The Backstreet boys are arguably the best selling boy band of all time. People still listen and dance to their music to date. Their success and influences were so high that many Television Series spent time and resources trying to replicate their chemistry and success but somehow could not match up. Bsb have recorded and released many fantastic songs. It was not easy narrowing them to the top ten. However, we did our best to come up with a list of the most iconic songs from backstreet boys below. Inconsolable It was the first single that the boy band released

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- Nat Berman

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World’s Largest Collection of X-Men Memorabilia Recognized by Guinness

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The X-Men franchise is one of the most lucrative in the entire entertainment industry. From comics to movies to action figures, its iconic characters remain some of the most popular of any genre. As such, there are thousands upon thousands of fans around the world who love the series. While many of these fans will wait in lines for hours in order to see the latest movie or get the newest comic, most won’t go quite as far as Eric Jaskolka. This X-Men super-fan recently had the honor of Guinness World Records officially stating that he has the world’s largest

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Fred Armisen Comedy “Mexico City: Only Good Things Happen”: What We Know So Far

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Fred Armisen is known for his talents as a screenwriter, producer, singer, musician as well as being an actor and comedian. Most things that he has his hands on turn out to be good. If you’re a fan of Fred Armisen then you’ll be thrilled to know that he has something new coming up. It’s just been released that he’s going to be entertaining us in “Mexico City:Only Good Things Happen.” In case you haven’t heard about it, here’s what we now so far. What the show is about “Mexico City: Only Good Things Happen” is a comedy show from

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Quantico Season 3: What We Know So Far

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Quantico is a drama thriller centered around a FBI recruit named Alex Parrish. The first season focused on her efforts to clear her name when she is suspected of masterminding an act of terrorism against Grand Central Terminal, while the second season focused on her efforts to find a rogue faction inside the CIA. For the most part, Quantico is much as what most people would expect upon reading its description, but it is interesting to note that it made a curious choice to tell its narrative through scenes set in both the past and the present until the mid-point

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- Nat Berman

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German Voice Actors Who Are better known as American Celebrities in Movies

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German voice actors that make a living dubbing the voices of American celebrities in movies have for a long time been the unsung participants in films thanks to never getting the credit for their work. This stopped in 2014 when it was decided by Berlin court that these voice actors would be recognized in the credits following the movie. It seems only fair after all since a lot of these voice actors tend to dub the same actor over and over throughout their career as they’re used again and again to bring American movies to German ears.  It’s only right

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Will ‘Flashpoint’ Be Henry Cavill’s Last Movie as Superman?

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Before Justice League, there was at least hope for the Dceu.  Although the series was critically panned, divided audiences and never quite lived up to its box office potential, the fans still showed up for its opening weekend.  And even in the wake of near misses and obvious failures, there was still the sense that they could get it right in the next movie: that as long as they stuck the landing with the crossover, the crooked course of the franchise could be righted. Now that Justice League has had its undeniably abysmal day in the sun, it’s obvious that

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The Top 20 Wigs in Movie History

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The appearance of the characters in a movie makes all the difference to a film. It impacts on the audience’s opinion of them and influences whether or not they feel a connection. Their costume worn by an actor says a lot about their character, their role in the film, and the period in which the movie is set. The costumes are the responsibility of the costume and wardrobe department for a film and they must make decisions on every aspect of what a character wears. One part of the costume they must often consider is a wig. There are many

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- Nat Berman

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Ranking the Pixar Movies After ‘Coco’

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5. Toy Story 3 – When it comes to lists of “best Pixar movies,” there’s no getting around including at least one Toy Story on the list.  They are the major through line of the increasingly diverse body of work performed by the animation studio: they’re the dependable old franchise that everybody comes to see. Choosing which one, however, proved to be a daunting task.  The first film was the purest distillation of the concept: toys come to life when not in the presence of their owners and have rich, interior lives all their own.  The second film remains the most

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The Top Five Uses of Cyndi Lauper Songs in Movies or TV

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Cyndi Lauper has almost always been the odd woman out. She’s been flashing her eccentric style since long before it was considered cool and has been rocking it ever since. That’s a big part of why people love her and why she’s that awesome. It might also have something to do with the fact that she can produce great music and put on one heck of a good show. She’s been a part of pop culture for so long that all anyone has to do is speak her name and most people will nod their heads and smile as they

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Five Television Shows that Everyone From Boston Loves

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Boston is one of the nation’s oldest cities and one of the most important to the history of America. For a long time there’s been a lot of misconceptions about Boston and the fierce dedication of the people that live there to the ideals by which they live and the manner of entertainment. The one thing that you don’t ever do in Boston however is question what they enjoy and why it’s anything other than the best thing around.  You don’t do it with their sports teams, and you certainly don’t do it with their TV shows. While not all

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Five Things You Didn’t Know About David Parnes

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David Parnes has successfully positioned himself as one of the top luxury home real estate agents in the country. For individuals who are looking to purchase or sell a multi-million-dollar home in the Los Angeles area, David’s firm has proven that it is up to the task. Parnes is not only one of the top grossing real estate agents in the country, he has used that along with his good looks to land him a spot on the reality franchise, Million Dollar Listings — the Los Angeles version. It is not certain if being on the show has negatively or

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The Top Five James Horner Movie Scores of His Career

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James Horner is a famous composer, conductor, and orchestrator of film scores. He was born in Los Angeles on August 14, 1953. He began his career by composing the musical score for ‘The Lady in Red’ in 1979. This was his first major score. However, he was not considered an eminent film composer until he wrote the musical score for ‘Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn’ in 1982. After this, he had a prolific and successful career in the film industry. Sadly, he died in a plane accident on June 22, 2015, at the age of 61. Here are

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Iceland Using 3-D Painted Crosswalks To Get The Attention Of Distracted Drivers

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There is a reason it’s called an experiment, especially since the idea could cause even more distraction than it’s worth. The reason that Iceland is attempting to use this 3-D crosswalk to gain the attention of distracted drivers however is pretty sound, since it’s important that drivers keep their eyes on the road and actually pay attention to people that are attempting to cross. But to be quite honest if someone is going to be that distracted then giving them something that looks like it’s hovering in midair doesn’t seem like the most optimal way to get them to pay

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