Controversial Sony film The Interview has become the number one online movie ever released by the studio just four days after its release on 24 December.
The film raked in over $15m (£9.6m) and was downloaded more than two million times as of 27 December.
The film, about a fictional American plot to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, was initially halted from being released by the studio. Read the rest of this entry »
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Many a New York Times trend piece has attempted to explain the millennial generation’s total disregard of traditional courtship rules. We millennials are apparently more fond of speed dating — at least our their own form of it, comprising efficient meet-ups at bars and coffee shops — than expensive dinner dates. Millennials like their “hookup culture.” They might want to get married, someday, maybe? They’re notoriously phone-skittish, preferring instead to text, or use one of a myriad dating apps available (mostly) for free. And all of this is making their love lives really confusing.
It’s pretty hard out there for your modern relationship. Here are some Valentine’s Day cards that totally get it:
You know, sometimes it’s just hard to express how you feel about someone…
PATRICK Thorendahl has rubbed shoulders with Barack Obama, posed for selfies with Kim Kardashian and holidayed with Jay-Z and Beyonce.
He’s besties with the who’s who of Hollywood, including Rihanna, Kanye West and Halle Berry.
But he’s never even sat in the same room as these celebrities, let alone spoken to them. He’s just really, really good at Photoshop.
The 26-year-old freelance designer, who goes by the pseudonym Peejet, has become an Instagram star, famous for his hilarious photos where he Photoshops himself into images of celebrities.
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It’s time for your Lupita Update!
Wednesday 22nd January 2014, 12 Years a Slave movie star Lupita Nyong’o had a fun chat with TV personality Jimmy Fallon on his Late Night with Jimmy Fallon show.
Draped in a purple silk blouse and pants by Cushnie Et Ochs, Lupita dished on her award winning role and her accomplished clan; from her senator father, to her cousin who is a tech entrepreneur.
The court, however, acquitted them of misrepresenting income of €416m (around R57m) each, even though the statute of limitations had expired on the charge.
The designers have denied the charges.
Defence lawyer Massimo Dinoia pledged to appeal the ruling, saying the fact the court issued an acquittal on a charge that had expired, instead of just letting it fall to the statute of limitations, “means the proof of their innocence is evident.”
Two years ago, a judge threw out a tax evasion and fraud case against the pair, whose label Dolce&Gabbana is a Milan fashion mainstay. Italy’s high court later ruled the designers could be prosecuted for tax evasion, though not for fraud.
Three other defendants, including two managers, were also convicted in the scheme and given suspended sentences of one year and four months. A sixth defendant was acquitted.
- Italian designers Dolce&Gabbana sentenced to prison for tax evasion (asehot.wordpress.com)
- Dolce and Gabbana convicted in Milan (wcpo.com)