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Celebrity Nude Photo Hacking Scandal Under Investigation by FBI and Apple

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A massive trove of nude photos belonging to a roster of A-list actresses were leaked online over the weekend, drawing both outrage from publicists and bloggers, and the investigative powers of the FBI and Apple. The photos — which included shots of Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence, Selena Gomez, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kate Upton, and Kirsten Dunst — spread like wildfire online, even amid a grassroots effort to discourage people from viewing them. See video: ‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay’ First Trailer: Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss Is Dazed and Confused “The FBI is aware of the allegations concerning computer intrusions and the unlawful release of material involving high profile. »


- Jordan Zakarin

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Hey, New York Times ‘Vows’ Section: Who Cares If ‘The Bride is Keeping Her Name'?

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It was a lazy weekend, so I was reading the New York Times Vows section in more detail than usual. “Tracy Weiler and Kev Davenport were married Saturday at Wahill farm in Batesville, Indiana” went a feature with a cute photo of the couple in a Jeep. “The Rev. David A. Johnson, a minister of the United Church of Christ, officiated at a ceremony led by Ryan Lympus, a friend of the couple.” “Ms. Weiler, 31, is keeping her name.” Huh? I thought. That's a weird thing to note. Then I turned the page and read the next feature. Same deal in the. »


- Sharon Waxman

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‘Saved by the Bell’ Casting Director on Returning for the Movie, Why Finding a New ‘Dustin Diamond’ Was Tough

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Casting director Robin Lippin has a long list of television credits to her name, but her time on “Saved by the Bell” and all of its spinoffs made her uniquely qualified to work on Lifetime's movie, “The Unauthorized Saved by the Bell Story.” In addition to “Saved by the Bell,” Lippin has cast the miniseries “Attila,” “Lizzie McGuire,” and Lifetime's “Petals on the Wind” and “Blue Lagoon: The Awakening.” But, her work on the iconic Saturday morning series was special to her and she doesn't take the opportunity of returning for the movie for granted. “As a casting director, you rarely. »


- Jethro Nededog

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10 Biggest Winners and Losers at the Summer Box Office – From ‘GotG’ Chris Pratt Effect to Tom Cruise

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Now that summer has drawn to a close and we can officially declare “Guardians of the Galaxy” the biggest winner at nearly $280 million domestically, let's take a look back at the other winners and losers to come out of  the season. Winner – Chris Pratt That guy on “Parks and Recreation” became the summer's hottest male star after his endearing turn as the roguish Peter “Star Lord” Quill in the season's biggest movie, the Marvel space romp “Guardians of the Galaxy.” And he'll be back next June in “Jurassic World” Loser – The summer box office It finished down roughly 15 percent »


- Todd Cunningham and Gina Hall

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