How Lululemon and Balenciaga influenced the look of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’

Star Trek: Discovery heralds a new era for Star Trek costume design, updating the uniforms and completely rebooting the Klingon aesthetic. Gersha Phillips is the lead costume designer on Discovery, taking over from Suttira Larlarb (American Gods). Larlarb worked on the show’s earlier stages with former showrunner Bryan Fuller, who envisioned…

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Civil Rights Lawsuit Derails Deal To Sell Off Weinstein Co.: Reports

Plans to sell Harvey Weinstein’s movie company reportedly crumbled on Sunday after New York’s attorney general filed a lawsuit against the studio and its co-founders, accusing them of committing civil and human rights violations. A group headed by former Small Business Administration chief Maria Contreras-Sweet was expected to finalize a roughly $500…

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Celia Imrie: I feel like a cat with nine lives

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Celia Imrie grabs life “with fever” as shown in her new film Celia Imrie calls herself The Happy Hoofer – the same name she gave to her 2011 autobiography. On the face of it, the reasons seem clear. For many a year, she’s brought…

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John Krasinski Is Just The Latest Victim Of Cruel Scaremaster Ellen DeGeneres!

Having frightened so many celebs over the years, Ellen DeGeneres knows it’s likely that one of her guests will wind up punching the staffers who jump out at them. Thankfully that wasn’t the case on Monday, because poor John Krasinski was a really good sport about (literally?) getting the piss…

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Ugh, resurfaced audio shows Quentin Tarantino defending Roman Polanski

A newly resurfaced radio interview with Quentin Tarantino – recently accused of violent physical behavior on his film sets by longtime colleague Uma Thurman – reveals Tarantino defending Roman Polanski for sexually preying on a 13-year-old girl. “It’s like throwing the word ‘racist’ around,” Tarantino told Howard Stern in 2003.…

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Ten gigabit home broadband tested in UK

Image copyright Cathy Brennan Broadband speeds of up to 10 gigabits per second (Gbps) have been tested in a home in the former Olympic village in east London. Broadband operator Hyperoptic conducted the test, claiming it is the first time such speeds have been brought to a UK home using…

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‘Glee’ star Mark Salling is dead at 35

Glee star Mark Salling has died at the age of 35. The news of his death was first reported by TMZ. TMZ says it was an apparent suicide. “I can confirm that Mark Salling passed away early this morning,” Salling’s attorney Michael Proctor said in a statement to People. “Mark…

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Poetic Justice: African Lions Maul Suspected Poacher To Death!

Karma has been restored in the jungle thanks to a pack of lions reportedly mauling a poacher to death in Limpopo, South Africa. Police say a 46-year-old old man suspected of entering a private game reserve to poach lions was killed on Friday night just outside of Kruger National Park.

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How Facebook stole the news business

 Big news outlets stupidly sold their soul to Facebook. Desperate for the referral traffic Facebook dangled, they spent the past few years jumping through its hoops only to be cut out of the equation. Instead of developing an owned audience of homepage visitors and newsletter subscribers, they let Facebook brainwash…

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NIH study links cell phone radiation to cancer in male rats

 New studies from the National Institutes of Health — specifically the National Toxicology Program — find that cell phone radiation is potentially linked with certain forms of cancer, but they’re far from conclusive. The results are complex and the studies have yet to be peer-reviewed, but some of the findings…

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20+ Surprising Movie Details You Probably Never Noticed

To show you how scrupulous some productions are, Bored Panda has collected an eye-opening list of incredible movie details. From Interstellar’s cornfield to the Matrix’s doorknob, it’s no wonder why some films take years and years to make. Scroll down to check out images and let us know in the…

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