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On Friday, the couple announced in a Duggar family blog post that they are expecting their fifth child — a baby boy due later this year.
Although the former reality stars, who rose to fame on TLC’s 19 Kids and Counting, admit that the past two years — which included scandal and infidelity — haven’t been easy for them to get through, they believe that “beauty comes from ashes” and say they are looking forward to what’s in store. »
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Josh Duggar's family was excited to celebrate his 29th birthday.
On Friday, the Duggar's official Facebook page shared a photo of Josh, his wife, Amy, and their four children, along with an encouraging message for the former 19 Kids and Counting reality star.
"Happy birthday, Josh. We love you, your amazing wife and sweet children," read the photo caption. "We pray that you diligently follow and serve the Lord with your whole heart all the days of your life and that this year is a wonderful year for you and your family."
Josh has slowly been coming out of hiding since his scandals a few years ago. In August 2015, he checked himself into a faith-based rehab facility in Rockford, Illinois, shortly after an Ashley Madison hack led to his admission that he had been unfaithful to Anna, and that he »
Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway‘s Best Picture mix-up will go down as the biggest Oscar upset in history. Once viewers were able to pick their jaws up off the floor after the colossal flub, they quickly began drawing comparisons to recent upsets in other spheres — namely the election outcome few saw coming and the Patriots’ improbable, come-from-behind Super Bowl victory.
The consensus on Twitter is that everyone is very much over 11th-hour twists — unless it means there’s still hope for a President Hillary Clinton.
“Are We Absolutely Sure Hillary Didn’T Win,” one Twitter user asked.
“Oscars givin »
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The Berlin Film Festival’s Panorama section has completed its lineup with the addition of 24 feature films, including “Call Me by Your Name,” an extremely well-reviewed gay love story featuring actor Armie Hammer.
The full Panorama program includes 36 world, six international and nine European premieres. Thirteen European films have been added. Among those is “Call Me by Your Name,” directed by Luca Guadagnino (“A Bigger Splash”) from an adaptation, co-written with James Ivory, of a novel by André Aciman.
There are five films from Brazil, including “Como Nossos Pais” (Just Like Our Parents), directed by Lais Bodanzky, who depicts the everyday lives of three generations in Sao Paulo as “a pyrotechnic display of individual passions and existential delusions staged with a sublime naturalness,” according to the festival.
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Berlin’s Panorama lineup also includes new films from Us, China and Brazil.
Berlin’s Panorama strand is now complete following the addition of 24 additional titles.
A total of 51 works from 43 countries have been chosen for screening in the section, including 21 in Panorama Dokumente and 29 feature films in the main programme and Panorama Special. 36 of these films will be getting their world premieres at the Berlinale.
Among newly confirmed films are UK Sundance title God’s Own Country, Luca Guadagnino’s Call Me By Your Name, Cate Shortland’s Berlin Syndrome, feminist fairy tale The Misandrists by Berlinale regular Bruce Labruce, Erik Poppe’s The King’s Choice and Belgian-French-Lebanese co-production Insyriated which stars Hiam Abbass as a woman trapped in an apartment during war.[p »
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