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TyLon Pittman saw a video clip of How the Grinch Stole Christmas and made a decision to call his local police department in Byram, Miss. on Saturday to report the green Dr. Tylon's mother Teresa Brown-Pittman told local WLBT that her son "calls people all the time", but she was shocked that he called 911. The video of the endearing interaction between the little boy and Officer Develle quickly went viral.
  • Netflix Hilariously Calls Out All Its New Xmas Movie's Fanatics

    Netflix Hilariously Calls Out All Its New Xmas Movie's Fanatics

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    Judging by its official statement about privacy, it sounds like Netflix wants you to know it's not stalking you, but rather using your viewing information to identify viewing trends. Netflix values your privacy - but it's also got a pretty sassy Twitter account that doesn't have a problem poking fun at its users. -How many employees have access to people's viewing habits? -Why are they publicly shaming customers?' he tweeted.
  • Gigi Hadid & Her Gloriously Fuzzy Armpits Rock Out In Love Mag's Advent

    Gigi Hadid & Her Gloriously Fuzzy Armpits Rock Out In Love Mag's Advent

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    That should been shaved. When a sporty and fun new video of Gigi Hadid was released yesterday, people from across the world had two reactions. A closer look at pictures from the shoot, and one is confused about it all. Do not like it? "Don't like it? Then leave!" According to TMZ , Gigi's alleged armpit hair was actually "residue left behind from the jacket she was wearing on set".
  • Kim Kardashian West: Surrogacy harder than pregnancy

    Kim Kardashian West: Surrogacy harder than pregnancy

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    Kim also revealed that prior to falling pregnant with Saint , she had attempted to have another embryo implanted, but it hadn't taken. "It's really nerve-wracking, because there's only a 60 percent chance that it'll take". Like I don't want them to harass her. "I'm seriously so grateful for that and that someone is so selfless and kind to do this, and I definitely want to keep it private".
  • Lawsuit Accuses Bryan Singer of Sexually Assaulting 17-Year-Old Boy

    Lawsuit Accuses Bryan Singer of Sexually Assaulting 17-Year-Old Boy

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    Now he's representing another client against Singer who is making similar claims-one wonders why Sanchez-Guzman wouldn't have chosen an attorney without such a muddled history with Singer. The lawsuit is seeking compensation for damages against Sanchez-Guzman, including "emotional distress, mental anguish, physical and mental pain and suffering, a decrease in his ability to enjoy life".
  • 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' will hit theaters next year

    'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' will hit theaters next year

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    We get plenty of Spidey's tricks in the 82-second introduction, but a whole new situation unfolds with one simple question when Miles encounters another person wearing the same uniform on a subway platform: "Wait, so". The Marvel Comics published the 2014 storyline "Spider-Verse" that ran through The Amazing Spider-Man #9-15, with tie-ins that included Edge of Spider-Verse, Spider-Verse and Spider-Verse Team Up miniseries.
  • DC Films Restructuring in the Wake of 'Justice League' Disappointment

    DC Films Restructuring in the Wake of 'Justice League' Disappointment

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    Johns is now DC's chief creative officer and works under the advisement of DC president Diane Nelson. Jon Berg , who has been running the DC Comic Films with Geoff Johns , is stepping down from his role, according to the trade. There were several reports that Suicide Squad , the worst-reviewed DCEU film (and that is saying something) was ruined because of heavy studio interference from Warner Bros.
  • You can meet Star Wars Stormtroopers this Christmas in Liverpool

    You can meet Star Wars Stormtroopers this Christmas in Liverpool

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    Some of the fans are in bleachers set up outside the premiere site, which includes a towering model of an assault vehicle used by the film's villains, gun turrets and giant images of the film's characters. For those unwilling to purchase the movies, or subscribe to Netflix and Starz for Rogue One and Force Awakens , there's no legal way to stream the Star Wars movies otherwise.
  • American Outdoor Brands (AOBC) Releases FY18 Earnings Guidance

    American Outdoor Brands (AOBC) Releases FY18 Earnings Guidance

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    Melby who owns 3,910,000 shares (7.24% of those outstanding), whilst Matthew Gelfand holds 832,952 (1.54% of shares outstanding) and Mr. P. James Debney holds 483,205 (0.89% of shares outstanding). Moreover, U S Global Investors Inc has 0.41% invested in the company for 22,746 shares. Lake Street Capital's price target points to a potential downside of 26.32% from the stock's current price.
  • Saudis: $450 million artwork bought for museum

    Saudis: $450 million artwork bought for museum

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    That's according to US intelligence officials who keep a close eye on the kingdom's young and powerful crown prince, says the Wall Street Journal . "The caveat is that NY has very particular rules about how a painting needs to be shipped out of the city".
  • Eddie The Eagle director Dexter Fletcher signs up to make Queen film

    Eddie The Eagle director Dexter Fletcher signs up to make Queen film

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    He made his directorial debut in 2011 with urban drama Wild Bill , for which he was nominated for a Bafta Film Award, and also directed Sunshine on Leith in 2013. Rami Malek , who starred in " Mr. Robot ", will be playing the lead role of Freddie Mercury , the frontman for Queen , while actor Tom Hollander will play Jim Beach.
  • Birth Control Pills' Cancer Risk Persists, Study of 1.8M Women Finds

    Birth Control Pills' Cancer Risk Persists, Study of 1.8M Women Finds

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    The researchers also discovered an increased breast cancer risk in birth control pills that only contain progestin. Researchers followed 1.8 million women in Denmark for more than a decade, comparing women who used hormonal birth control and those who relied on nonhormonal methods such as condoms and copper IUDs.
  • Quentin Tarantino Teaming Up With JJ Abrams For 'Star Trek' Story Pitch

    Quentin Tarantino Teaming Up With JJ Abrams For 'Star Trek' Story Pitch

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    Abrams backing the auteur director's vision for the potential film, it's a genuine possibility that " Quentin Tarantino's Star Trek " is actually on the horizon. While it is exciting that there is some momentum behind a fourth Kelvin-verse Star Trek movie, it is worth keeping in mind that Tarantino's pitch is just that.
  • Bill O'Reilly Settled With Her. Now She's Suing

    Bill O'Reilly Settled With Her. Now She's Suing

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    Bernstein's lawsuit said. "He's gone far beyond that and painted our client in a awful light", lawyer Neil Mullin told WaPo, claiming that O'Reilly violated the 2002 settlement case by implying that Bernstein's claims were politically motivated, Variety reported .
  • 'House Of Cards' To Resume Production In 2018 Without Spacey

    'House Of Cards' To Resume Production In 2018 Without Spacey

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    This sixth installment, which will be shorter than usual, with only eight chapters (compared to 13 last seasons), try to give "a closure to series for fans" and return to work to approximately 2,000 people involved in some way in series, as has been said in UBS Global Communications and media conference in NY.
  • 'Avengers: Infinity War' to release in India before US

    'Avengers: Infinity War' to release in India before US

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    Speaking on this decision in a recent interview, Studio Entertainment, chief of Disney India, Bikram Duggal, said, "With the new title, the number of fans of Marvel's superheros are increasing in India". In this film, the Avengers join forces with the Guardians of the Galaxy to confront Thanos, who is trying to collect the Infinity Stones. Avengers: Infinity War's trailer is here and looks good.
  • Chris Stapleton, Little Big Town Top Country Grammy Nominations

    Chris Stapleton, Little Big Town Top Country Grammy Nominations

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    Despite the (mostly) quality major categories, the Academy did what it does best and still find a way to screw it up. Even though black artists make music that's actually more popular than what's in the "pop" categories, they don't usually win in the big name categories like Album of the Year or Record of the Year .
  • New surveillance photos may show missing NC 3-year-old at Walmart

    New surveillance photos may show missing NC 3-year-old at Walmart

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    Onslow County Sheriff Hans J. Miller told Fox News there appeared to be no sign of a break-in or unlawful entry at Woods' home. Ms Woods said her daughter was a "little angel" with a talkative personality. Law enforcement officials also searched the home and the family's auto for evidence. "I didn't think it was real", Woods told Grace. Woods also revealed that her daughter has to wear orthopedic leg braces and worries that she won't be able to walk without them.
  • Meek Mill's Judge Has Been Ordered To Issue Decision On Bail Hearing

    Meek Mill's Judge Has Been Ordered To Issue Decision On Bail Hearing

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    The state Superior Court issued the order Tuesday as it rejected a request from the rapper's lawyers that it grant him bail, leaving that to the sentencing judge to decide. While in prison, Mill, 30, has also spoken with free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick , who said the rapper is "humbled by the support the people have shown him".
  • Time sold in deal backed by the Kochs

    Time sold in deal backed by the Kochs

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    At a Monday town hall, a Time Inc. employee asked CEO Rich Battista if those working at brands like Time , Fortune and Sports Illustrated should be anxious about the future of the publications. Critics of the deal point out that the conservative billionaire Koch brothers helped finance the merger by loaning Meredith $650 million. With regard to the Koch brothers involvement Huey added: "There is no question that it's a media influence play".