Washington Free Beacon
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Hillary Clinton supporter and Sausage Party star James Franco claimed in an interview published Monday that he has spiraled into a depression since Donald Trump won the presidential election. Franco–a writer, director , and poetspoke with the Daily Beast and opened up about his new film I Am Michael and Hillary Clinton's election loss. I mean, I've been reacting really badly, Franco said of his life after the November election. I've spiraled into a depression and I've been questioning everything that I am, and how I've been doing things. It’s been a rough few months. The Oscar-nominated actor was an advocate for Hillary Clinton during the campaign. He was famously featured in a campaign ad for Clinton claiming she was the most interesting woman in the world. The post Sausage Party Star Spiraled Into a Depression' After Clinton Loss appeared first on Washington Free Beacon .
Daily Express - Cars
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RANGE Rover's top of the line Sport SVR model could just be the best luxury off-roader in the world.
Washington Free Beacon
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Hillary Clinton supporter and Sausage Party star James Franco claimed in an interview published Monday that he has spiraled into a depression since Donald Trump won the presidential election. Franco–a writer, director , and poetspoke with the Daily Beast and opened up about his new film I Am Michael and Hillary Clinton's election loss. I mean, I've been reacting really badly, Franco said of his life after the November election. I've spiraled into a depression and I've been questioning everything that I am, and how I've been doing things. It’s been a rough few months. The Oscar-nominated actor was an advocate for Hillary Clinton during the campaign. He was famously featured in a campaign ad for Clinton claiming she was the most interesting woman in the world. The post Sausage Party Star Spiraled Into a Depression' After Clinton Loss appeared first on Washington Free Beacon .
OK!
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Viewers were shocked then the quiz master, nicknamed The Beast, suffered a meltdown after being defeated on the show. The star, 51, stormed off set while the cameras were still rolling, punching the wall on his way out. Mark lost it after contestants managed to beat him to win an incredible £60,000. Host Bradley Walsh tried to the incident off, telling the camera: "That just shows you how they take it." The Chase: Mark Labbett appeared on Lorraine on Monday morning [ITV] The ...
Sky News
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The other interesting thing is that he did not take questions from the front row of the big beast of American news. He took questions from people he named. More conservative, right-leaning organisation, the New York Post, the Christian broadcasting network, others like that.
Know Your Mobile
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0 Nougat. For other specs, it's shown using the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 CPU clocked at 2.2GHz with an Adreno 540GPU onboard and 4GB RAM. Onboard storage is 64GB and it features Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, and NFC connectivity, as well as 4G LTE; many of these would of course suggest that it is intended to be mobile and portable despite its collosal frame. It's always a bit weird when tablets sport decent camera tech, but even weirder for a beast of this size to have a 12MP 4K video capable sensor on the front and another identical one on the back. Quite what Nokia is expecting people to do with this setup is beyond us at this point in time. As we said, we think it's quite likely this is an internal development unit designed to test certain hardware and/or software and features, so don't get your hopes up too much for this monster hitting the market any time soon.
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Mark called himself one of the “best in the world” at what he does.
France 24
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"It was probably the best character that I'd ever read," he once told the Daily Beast, which credited the actor with stealing every scene in the long-running HBO series. "I never really look at the size of the movie, it's the character itself, and this one, I have to say, was a special one," he says of his role as a no-nonsense Texan sergeant in "The Yellow Birds.". "You can have the hardest, worst time on an apparently luxurious big budget movie and have an absolutely magical time making a small budget indie. This was brutal but I learnt a lot about myself and I'm as happy with this movie as anything I've done before."
ITV
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Oh, he wasn't happy! Hoping for a better result at this year's National Television Awards - The Beast is here in 15 minutes. Now, my next guest first arrived on Ramsay Street over 20 years ago. Find something that fits you.
ITV
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Still to come: Something to help keep you warm - Dean's making spicy lamb meatballs! Also, a big surprise for Toadie in Neighbours this week - Ryan Moloney is here. And we'll be facing The Beast live after 9:00.
ITV
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And can they do it again? The Chase's Beast reveals how he's gearing up for this week's National Television Awards. But first Dan Wootton's here. The stars were out in Edinburgh last night? 21 years since Trainspotting. It really became a pop culture phenomenon. They launched the careers... It again.
BBC News 24
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Now, McAvoy has real fun with the role. He really enjoys it. On the one hand, he is playing someone who is a fashion designer, another is a young child with a lisp, and there's a veyr prim, proper woman called Patricia, and all these controlling elements, and they keep talking about the Beast, the Beast, this thing called the Beast, which may or may not surface.
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BMW owners tend to be some of the most devoted, passionate and engaging folks you’ll ever meet. By far. Recently I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with one such BMW enthusiast, shoot some great footage of his car, and talk shop. I first met Andy Kim (or Andy’s car) in downtown Bellevue, Washington. I was driving around town when I heard this monster exhaust note. It. Was. Loud. It also sounded good, and it was getting closer. Soon enough, this Satin Candy Red E92 M3 appeared; angry, low, race-ready. I wasnt able to do much other than grab the Instagram handle on the side of the car. Later that day I sent the owner of the M3 a private message on Instagram, and discovered that Andy Kim is the keeper of this red beast. As it turns out, not only is Andy a huge BMW fan, he’s also a really nice guy! In our chats, I find out that Andy’s M3 is actually a first gen 2008 model year that he’s owned for the past 3 years now.
BBC News 24
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Now, McAvoy has real fun with the role. He really enjoys it. On the one hand, he is playing someone who is a fashion designer, another is a young child with a lisp, and there's a veyr prim, proper woman called Patricia, and all these controlling elements, and they keep talking about the Beast, the Beast, this thing called the Beast, which may or may not surface.
Forbes
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Razer's latest laptop, the Blade Pro is a beast of a machine, packing in desktop-class specifications into a laptop-sized chassis. Razer's subtle styling pairs up with a no-compromise attitude to create what it hopes is one of the best gaming experiences on the planet.
BBC News 24
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This is, I think it's an interesting story. James McAvoy plays somebody who has 23 separate personalities. At the beginning of film we see him kidnapping some young women, one of them is played by Anya Taylor-Joy, who was so brilliant in The Witch, who realises pretty early on the key to her survival is going to be negotiating with different personalities that seem to be existing within this one warring character. Now, McAvoy has real fun with the role. He really enjoys it. On the one hand, he is playing someone who is a fashion designer, another is a young child with a lisp, and there's a veyr prim, proper woman called Patricia, and all these controlling elements, and they keep talking about the Beast, the Beast, this thing called the Beast, which may or may not surface.
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Now, McAvoy has real fun with the role. He really enjoys it. On the one hand, he is playing someone who is a fashion designer, another is a young child with a lisp, and there's a very prim, proper woman called Patricia, and all these controlling elements, and they keep talking about the Beast, the Beast, this thing called the Beast, which may or may not surface. Shyamalan, I think, is not the - is not quite the master of the genre that he once looked like being.
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And not just today, every single start this equine suitably. every single start this equine Super beast. He is a very nice horse, a very good prospect who does candidate, I don't know.
BBC News 24
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This is, I think it's an interesting story. James McAvoy plays somebody who has 23 separate personalities. At the beginning of film we see him kidnapping some young women, one of them is played by Anya Taylor-Joy, who was so brilliant in The Witch, who realises pretty early on the key this thing called the Beast, which may or may not surface.
BBC News 24
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Now, McAvoy has real fun with the role. He really enjoys it. On the one hand, he is playing someone who is a fashion designer, another is a young child with a lisp, and there's a veyr prim, proper woman called Patricia, and all these controlling elements, and they keep talking about the Beast, the Beast, this thing called the Beast, which may or may not surface. Shyamalan, I think, is not the - but it is held shoulder high by McAvoy's performance, and also by the fact that if you accept that the set up is fairly preposterous, and what you're going to get shouldn't be taken too seriously, there are certain joys about it.
The Sun Daily
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Most of the noisy protests – including those by an array of anti-racist, anti-war, feminist, LGBT, pro-immigration and marijuana legalisation groups – were peaceful. But the protesters were intent on being heardmassing at the city's Navy Memorial Plaza, along the parade route, and letting out a deafening roar as the presidential limousine known as "The Beast" drove by. "Not my president! Not my president!" they yelled, as the pro-Trump crowd in bleachers across the street chanted "USA! USA!" Protesters along the route waved banners reading: "Try to deserve this office," "Obama cares, Trump scares," or "Make America Sane Again." Another group unfurled a giant banner reading "Shame" outside the Trump Hotel – right near the spot where the president briefly stepped out of his limo to walk the parade route. 'No fascist USA!' Newsham attributed the sporadic outbreaks of violence to "a small group that wanted to disrupt the inauguration.