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Your Netflix Subscription Just Got More Expensive

The standard subscription plan at Netflix is seeing its largest price hike since inception, surging $2 from $11 to $13, which will affect approximately 58 million subscribers across the U.S., The Associated Press reported. This is bad news for subscribers but great news for shareholders as the company’s stock rose 6.2 percent to $353 a share following the announcement on ...

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US Military Members Offered Free Tickets to ‘A Dog’s Way Home’

Movie Theaters

Regal announces an exclusive opportunity for active duty and veteran U.S. military to see Sony Pictures’ A Dog’s Way Home for free at their local theatres now through Sunday, Jan. 13. In collaboration with Sony Pictures, Regal will offer these free tickets at all Regal locations showing A Dog’s Way Home. “Regal and Sony Pictures are pleased to collaborate and ...

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The Upside – Trailer

Director Neil Burger’s heartfelt comedy about a recently paroled ex-convict (Kevin Hart) who strikes up an unusual and unlikely friendship with a paralyzed billionaire (Bryan Cranston).

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Lady Gaga Wants To Pull Hit Single From iTunes Over R. Kelly’s Alleged Sex Scandals

Lady Gaga wants to pull one of her songs off Apple’s iTunes and other streaming services over embattled music star R. Kelly’s alleged sexual misconduct allegations. The 32-year-old singer apologized on Twitter Wednesday over her collaborative hit with Kelly, “Do What U Want (With My Body),” claiming she created the song during a “dark time” and wanted “something extremely defiant ...

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A Rare Penny Was Found In A High Schooler’s Lunch Money In 1947. It May Be Worth $1.7 Million

A rare penny found by high schooler in 1947 may sell for as much as $1.7 million at auction after the then-teen who found it, Don Lutes Jr., died in September. The rare penny is one of about 15 copper coins that were accidentally minted by the Department of the Treasury in 1943. That year, the Treasury stopped using copper to mint ...

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Bret Baier Won’t Be Leaving Fox News Anytime Soon After This Deal

FOX News Channel (FNC) announced Tuesday that host Breit Baier has signed another multi-year contract. Baier will continue as the anchor and executive editor of Special Report and chief political anchor of the network, President & Executive Editor, FOX News and FOX Business Network (FBN) Jay Wallace said in a statement. The tenured FNC host’s contract lasts beyond 2020, a source close to the ...

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Millennials Don’t Consider Themselves Adults Until They Reach This Milestone

A Georgia Tech University professor found students in her class did not consider themselves as adults until having children. English professor Rebekah Fitzsimmons taught “Adulting: Coming of Age in 21st Century America” in the fall 2016 semester, according to Business Insider Monday. Fitzsimmons found through the essays she had her students write that many did not see themselves as adults even ...

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Creed II: A Film Review

Creed II is the second part of the post-Rocky film franchise. In the first Creed film, Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) is a retired, washed-up ex-boxer living alone in a run-down apartment. He comes across a young boxer named Adonis Creed (Michael B. Jordan) the son of his old friend and adversary Apollo Creed who was killed in the ring by ...

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Google Bans Rumsfeld’s Winston Churchill Card Game Because It Shows A Cigar

Google suspended a popular game named after former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill because the game included an image of cigars, according to a Facebook post from the game’s creators. “After going back and forth with Google, we have discovered the issue of Churchill Solitaire’s suspension,” the game’s creators noted in a Thursday post. “Referencing our app icon of Churchill ...

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Fox News and Fox Business Crushed the Cable News Competition in 2018

FOX News Channel (FNC) and Fox Business Network (FBN) crushed their respective cable news and cable business news competitors in 2018. FNC marked its highest-rated year in primetime in its 22-year history with 2.4 million total viewers and finished the year as the most-watched basic cable network for the third consecutive year in both primetime and total day (1.4 million) ...

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Netflix Censors Comedy Show On Behalf Of Saudi Government

An episode of a Netflix comedy show was made unavailable in Saudi Arabia after the government accused the episode of violating the nation’s laws. The episode of “Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj” featured harsh criticism of the United States’ relationship with the Saudi kingdom in the wake of journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s murder, The New York Times reported Tuesday. Netflix defended ...

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Watch A Mashup Video Of Christmas Tree Fails

Not all Christmas trees remain standing for long. Here is a fun mashup of Christmas tree fails, where they end up in flames or clobber a small child. Check out the tree the cat brings down, the one that catches on fire, and the woman who falls off the treadmill into hers. There’s even one that falls on a minister ...

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Avengers 4: Endgame is the Most Anticipated Movie of 2019

Established franchises top the list for fans’ most anticipated movies to see in 2019 according to a new survey. Avengers 4: Endgame, starring Scarlett Johansson, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, and Mark Ruffalo topped multiple lists by wide margins, including overall “most anticipated,” “most anticipated superhero movie,” and “most excited ensemble cast to see,” according to the Atom Tickets poll. Captain Marvel and Toy Story 4 claimed the ...

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Find Out The Origins Of The Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball Drop

The iconic New Year’s Eve ball drop in New York City’s Times Square first occurred on Dec. 31, 1907 — 111 years ago. The first New Year’s Eve celebration in Times Square, however, started in 1904 at the then-new headquarters of The New York Times in Times Tower, according to Times Square’s website. It was just without dropping the ball. ...

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