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Talking to Ellen DeGeneres about making his first United States movie Tigerland back in 2000, the hunky Irish actor endearingly shared how nervous he had felt as he'd "never done a sex scene before". "I was very nervous as I'd never done a sex scene", Colin recalled to United States host Ellen , who was probably only expecting a friendly catch up and a cup of tea.
  • Tillerson, Lavrov to meet Wednesday

    Tillerson, Lavrov to meet Wednesday

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    According to the statement, Lavrov will also take part in the ministerial meeting of the Arctic Council in Fairbanks, the second largest city in the Alaska State. The West brands the development as Moscow's annexation of the territory. U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says the U.S. will closely examine Russia's plan to establish "de-escalation" zones in Syria.
  • Prince Philip stepping down from royal duties

    Prince Philip stepping down from royal duties

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    The queen, the world's longest-reigning living monarch who celebrated her 91st birthday in April, will continue to carry out a full program of official engagements, it added. " Prince Philip will attend previously scheduled engagements between now and August, both individually and accompanying The Queen". Her Majesty is normally quite reserved about her private life but described her husband as "my strength and stay all these years".
  • Barclays Capital Indicates Potential 18.25% Increase In Shares Of Weir Group PLC

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    In the prior 12 months Weir Group PLC's stock price has increased by 64.17% from 1184.77 to 1945. S&P Global set a GBX 280 ($3.58) price target on Barclays PLC and gave the company a "buy" rating in a report on Thursday, February 23rd. Shore Capital reaffirmed a "buy" rating on shares of SSP Group PLC in a research note on Thursday, January 26th. The brokerage now has an "outperform" rating on the communications services company's stock.
  • Former 'Bachelor' Chris Soules jailed after fatal Iowa crash

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    On Monday night, Soules was arrested for allegedly driving his pickup truck into a John Deere tractor and then driving off, according to TMZ . Bachelor alum Chris Soules was arrested at 1:16 a.m. He has been charged with leaving the scene of a fatal accident. Soules previously had a guilty plea in Fayette County to first-offense OWI in 2005-2006.
  • Colbert jokingly thanks Trump for his first 100 days

    Colbert jokingly thanks Trump for his first 100 days

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    Congratulations! If you're reading this-and you're not some kind of just-born, hyper-intelligent "boss baby" capable of reading online pop culture news-you're just a weekend away from successfully surviving the first 100 days of the Trump administration.
  • Trump's travel ban goes before federal appeals court

    Trump's travel ban goes before federal appeals court

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    Arguments for and against the travel ban will be heard by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, which covers Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. "The order is completely unprecedented in our nation's history", Jadwat said. Both clerked for conservative members of the Supreme Court, and were listed on the Trump campaign's Supreme Court shortlist.
  • Titus O'Neil Is Getting Sued Because Of A WWE Swerved Prank

    Titus O'Neil Is Getting Sued Because Of A WWE Swerved Prank

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    Donald Anderson claims his camera was booted out his hands whilst working for WWE Network show Swerved , reports TMZ . On the episode Anderson was filming, they were playing an electric shock prank. Anderson is now demanding more damages to the tune of $1.2M. The former Tag Team champion, one half of the Prime Time Players, was zapped and is accused of lashing out at Anderson.
  • Happy Star Wars Day: May the Fourth Be With You

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    Legend has it the grassroots celebration of "all things" Star Wars was inspired by a newspaper advertisement placed by Britain's Conservative Party on May 4, 1979 to mark the election of Margaret Thatcher as the first female prime minister of Britain.
  • Pepe the Frog: Meme-turned-hate icon gets killed by creator

    Pepe the Frog: Meme-turned-hate icon gets killed by creator

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    The creator of the "Pepe The Frog" character has laid his popular Internet meme to rest. Pepe the Frog - the benign internet character who became an unwitting mascot of the alt-right - is dead . "The alt-lite is not itself far-right", Nagle said. "The alt-right does. But the alt-lite is unwittingly helping them by making it harder for people to interpret them directly".
  • Justice League Dark Will be An Intimate Take on Unknown DC Heroes

    Justice League Dark Will be An Intimate Take on Unknown DC Heroes

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    During an interview with Cinema Blend , Liman talked about his unique vision for the film by focusing on the characters. While superhero films from both Marvel and DC have explored different thematic elements, ranging from dark thrillers to heist comedies, we have yet to see a comic book film that embraces horror.
  • Seacrest Says He's Unlikely to Host Rebooted 'Idol'

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    News alum said. "We haven't gotten that far". But your nights are free you don't have that much to do. "I had said at the end of the series, "Goodbye for now" - hoping somewhere it would come back". "You can disconnect for that!" Ripa insisted. "On the days where it is the day after, I will totally ...you won't even have to think, I will do it all!" "It could be more costly, but worth it", the source said.