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Tired of typing on actual computer keys? Here’s a new, soon-to-be-available virtual keyboard and the Star Wars R2-Q5 droid that projects the image for your use (via Design Taxi):
It turns out the guys didn’t really have to walk up all those steps in… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: 'Star Wars' Virtual Keyboard, Sylvester Stallone Kill Count and More
Bobbi Kristina Brown’s boyfriend Nick Gordon took an overdose of a prescription sedatives in an attempt to kill himself in recent weeks, his mother revealed in an interview with Dr. Phil broadcast Wednesday.
Gordon’s suicide attempt came late last month, weeks after Brown was found unresponsive in her bathtub and was rushed to a hospital. Brown has been in a medically-induced coma since then and Gordon has not been… Continue reading Secret Overdose! Nick Gordon’s Mom Reveals He Recently Tried To Kill Himself Over Bobbi Kristina Brown Grief
Actor Jeremy Renner and director Michael Cuesta have teamed up to make one of the fall’s hottest films: “Kill the Messenger” Watch as they stop by AOL BUILD to discuss the dramatic thriller of a journalist who risks everything to expose the CIA’s funding of Nicaraguan rebels.
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Gallery | Action Movie Mistakes
Movies about hitmen or gangsters or bank robbers coming out of retirement for one last hurrah are a dime a dozen. They come out like clockwork on both the big screen and small, and they all tend to follow the same general rule of a badass dude trying to enjoy the late stages of life only to get inadvertently wrapped back up into the lifestyle… Continue reading 'John Wick' Trailer: Kill Keanu Reeves' Dog and You're Going To Have a Very, Very Bad Time
Judging by the pre-release hype, you’d think “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” was a long- and eagerly-awaited sequel, a comic book movie for connoisseurs, whose all-star cast, eye-popping visuals, and violent action would make it the summer’s last blockbuster. Given that the original opened at $ 29.1 million in 2005 dollars… Continue reading Box Office: Why Did 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' Tank?