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of a special plaque at the Estadio Nacional in Lisbon. And Scotland's John Higgins faces Barry Hawkins in the semi-finals of the World Snooker Championship. Well that's all from Scotland Tonight. I'll be back here tomorrow. Until then, we leave you on a high note. Dancers abseiled down the Los Angeles City Hall in celebration of La La Land Day,.
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which the city mayor proclaimed in honour of the multi-Oscar winning musical; here's one last thing. MUSIC: "Another Day of Sun" from "La La Land" by Justin Hurwitz # I think about that day.
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Though movie musicals are once again on Hollywood’s radar thanks to “La La Land,” the next great example of the genre might come from a student, not the studios. Since 2012, the New York Film Academy has been producing original musicals through its two-year Conservatory program, which allows students to create original stories and music... Read more »
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I don't know where that fits in... Los Angeles Pays tribues to La La Land
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somewhere near your car, preferably not in traffic, take a date up to Griffith Park, fall in love with somebody, or just with your city, all over again. Happy La La Land Day, in LA
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Park, fall in love with somebody, or just with your city, all over again. Happy La La Land Day, in LA. See, what a nice, positive message to spread
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The Los Angeles area is paying tribute to the hit musical "La La Land" with a variety of celebrations, including an acrobatic performance on the side of LA's City Hall and the rebranding of a popular pier
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Los Angeles' mayor proclaimed Tuesday La La Land" day as acrobats suspended by ropes danced their way across the outside walls of City Hall. Mayor Eric Garcetti also sat at a piano to play music from the film, which claimed six Academy Awards in February and put a spotlight on various locales throughout the city with elaborate song-and-dance numbers. (April 25)
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” (Image: PoliticalOutcast.com) 2) When the Haitian slaves revolted, multiple European armies tried to put down the slave army. But the Haitians beat them back every time. That’s one reason why London was grateful to the Clintons; they got their payback on Haiti. If you look at our war-based central banking model , they absolutely still believe in slavery. The most efficient slave is somebody who doesnt know they are one. The central bankers now have the digital money chipping technology to perfect the slavery. Throw in all the mind control stuff and we’ll have slaves in La-La Land. Most people can’t fathom that their leadership wants to do this. And I dont know how to help them fathom it. We really need to understand that these people believe in slavery and they will implement it. Digital cash is at the heart of it. Catherine Austin Fitts publishes a paid report called the Solari Report that attempts to predict trends two years out.
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Choreographer Mandy Moore gives a detailed breakdown of “Another Day of Sun,” from “sassy step-backs” to hidden cuts.
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Manena, this year's Oscar nominees for Best Picture. Go. Moonlight. Um, um, um, what? Um, um, um,... La La Land. Fences
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Faye Dunaway is speaking out publicly for the first time about the unforgettable Oscar Best Picture snafu when, alongside Warren Beatty, she mistakenly announced La La Land as the winner instead of Moonlight . The actress sat down with Lester Holt on NBC Nightly News where she opened up about the mixup and how she thought Beatty's hesitation was because he was trying to be funny, not because he was confused. "So he took the card out, and he didn't say anything," Dunaway...
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IT EARNED six Oscars on its way to stealing hearts worldwide and grossing US$440 million (RM1.94 billion) but La La Land is perhaps doomed to be remembered for the prize it didn't win. Director Damien Chazelle and his team hugged as they picked up best picture at February's Academy Awards, but it quickly became clear that the wrong movie had been announced. As one of the worst mix-ups in Oscars history played out live to the world, the media noted one unusual reaction among a sea of perplexed faces: Ryan Gosling was struggling to control his laughter. The star's giggles quickly went viral and he has since put it down to delight for the cast and crew of real winner Moonlight, and relief that the sudden panic wasn't caused by something more serious. But celebrated choreographer Mandy Moore, who taught Gosling and co-star Emma Stone to dance for the movie, thinks he was just embarrassed.
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