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Audiences only care about the movie. They don't necessary care where it came from. Two other new releases, both from 20th Century Fox, also failed to catch on. The comedy Fist Fight, starring Ice Cube and Charlie Day as feuding high-school teachers, opened with $12 million. And Gore Verbinski's gothic horror A Cure for Wellness his follow-up to the box-office bomb The Lone Ranger made just $4.2 million, a result that won't help the director's standing in the industry. On Friday, Fox apologized for using fake news stories to promote the film. Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to comScore. Where available, the latest international numbers also are included. Final four-day domestic figures will be released Tuesday. 1. The Batman Lego Movie, $34.
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Williams have opted to keep Scotland's Paul Di Resta as their reserve driver for the forthcoming Formula One campaign. Di Resta will provide cover for Williams' lead driver Felipe Massa and 18-year-old Canadian Lance Stroll. Massa is back with Williams following his short-lived retirement after Valtteri Bottas' move to Mercedes. Di Resta, 30, was given his Grand Prix debut by Force India in 2011 and made 88 starts over three seasons before joining Williams last year. "I am delighted to remain at Williams as reserve driver for the 2017 season," Di Resta said on Monday. "I'm looking forward to getting to grips with the controls and procedures of the FW40 and understanding the new regulations. "I would like to take this opportunity to thank (deputy team principal) Claire Williams and everyone at Williams for their continued support in being part of the team.
The Washington Times - Olympics
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SAPPORO, Japan (AP) - For Qatar women's curling team, just about everything is a new experience. Curling, a sport that has links with medieval Scotland and is more suited to the Canadian prairies, has taken a small foothold in the Middle East. Just how new are Qatar's players to curling? ...
Daily Mail - Formula 1
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Di Resta will be back-up for Felipe Massa - following his short-lived retirement after Valtteri Bottas' move to Mercedes - and Canadian 18-year-old rookie Lance Stroll this year.
Evening Standard - Business
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AstraZeneca today made space in its drug cabinet by selling the US and Canadian rights to its Zoladex cancer treatment in a deal worth more than $320 million257 million).
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The fan of the US side was inked with an image of the Canadian singer after seeing his team win MLS Cup for the first time in 2016
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LYNYRD SKYNYRD'S “Sweet Home Alabama” is a strange choice of song to open a rally of scientists. Written in 1973, the southern anthem was a response to Neil Young’s critique of the barbaric treatment of African-Americans in the South—it tells the Canadian songwriter to mind his own business. Ronnie Van Zant, the lead singer, addresses him directly, singing: “I hope Neil Young will remember, a southern man don't need him around anyhow”. On the afternoon of February 19th, in Boston’s Copley Square, hundreds of heads, adorned in the pink hats of the women’s marches that followed Donald Trump’s inauguration in January, bobbed along to the beat. Your blogger suspects that it was the “so blueAlabaman skies of the chorus, rather than issues of race, that the rally organisers were aiming to evoke. “We want to protect the people and places and things you love,” said Beka Economopoulos, one of the organisers, who works for The Natural History Museum, an activist group which is not a museum at all.
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But what of the bad memories could be wiped away? Canadian scientists use tests on mice to identify a small network of brain cells that are responsible for recording memories of fearful automatic events.
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This has taken a while to come to a head, but now, here we are. Drake went on to OVO Radio with DJ Semtex to do an interview this weekend, and in doing so, the Canadian superstar clapped back HARD at Kanye West in response to the pair's long-simmering feud of sorts. If you'll remember, last year, Yeezy called out Drake as being 'overplayed' during the St. Pablo tour . Of course, Yeezy was going through some pretty serious personal problems at the time, but the comments still cut deep -- and now Drake is responding. Related: Jennifer Lopez Says She Has So Much Love' For Drake Here's what the former Degrassi star had to say about Yeezy: "I think everybody has their own little things going on, I'm not really sure what he's referring to half the time, as in the same breath, I went from being … like working on a project with him, to him sort of publicly shitting on me and DJ Khaled for being on the radio too much.
Global News
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Canadian military personnel involved in the fight against ISIS are waiting to see what shape their mission will take in the coming months.
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I was suicidal. Inside I just wanted to end the game. It was quite hard, with look at my family but I didn't want to be there. Canal, Richie runs an archery club which he set up partly as a way to deal with the tenor of post-traumatic stress. But what of the bad memories could be wiped away? Canadian scientists used tests on mice to identify a small network of brain cells that are responsible for recording memories of fearful or traumatic events.
Sky News
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While the technique is being seen as a potential treatment for those with Post Traumatic Stress, the Canadian researchers are warning it would have huge ethical implications. Mike McCarthy reports. These days and Richie O'Connell spends much of this time focusing on the centre of the target.
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