Forbes
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It might seem like everything on the Silver Screen is Hollywood based magic, movie sets actually go far beyond a studios and into real neighborhoods and actual homes. In honor of awards season, Trulia looked at the towns featured in this year’s most talked about films.
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Futurity
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ITV
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You have had a wonderful career in a relatively short space of time. It shocks me at times. I always dreamt of singing and being at the Grammys, and then I am nominated and I win an Oscar.
ITV
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Don't use your Jedi mind tricks on me. (CHOKING) Your chance to win... The holiday runs from 4th-9th April. Good luck! Now, space travel is a very hot topic at the moment. In today's papers, it's reported that two civilians are set to fly around the moon next year. They've both apparently paid a 'significant deposit' for the trip on a spaceship that's being developed by a private company. As well as that, there's been a lot of buzz around Oscar nominated film Hidden Figures - about the 1960s space race. And of course we recently found out that Tim Peake will be returning to the International Space Station.
Voice Of America
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It was nominated in five additional categories. It follows the life of a young black man as he grows up in a poverty-stricken neighborhood while coming to terms with his own homosexuality. Director Barry Jenkins "came from the same grounds I came from, from the same city," said Larry Anderson, a Miami Northwestern junior who also had a role as an extra. Jenkins graduated from the same high school and had roots in a public housing project nicknamed "Pork & Beans" familiar to many students. "Knowing that he came from the same — not just Miami, but Liberty City, same Pork & Beans, Miami Northwestern and the same programs that I've been part of, it tells me I can achieve in the same way as him," Anderson said. Jenkins' wrote the screenplay for Moonlight with Tarell Alvin McCraney, who wrote the play on which the film is based. McCraney grew up in the same neighborhoods as Jenkins and attended the New World School of the Arts.
The Iran Project
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Naderi is a former director of Solar Systems Exploration at NASA and Ansari is the first female space tourist. There are quite a number of prominent Iranian-Americans that he could have asked, actors and actresses, Naderi said, but by choosing the two of us, he wanted to convey the message that if you go away from the Earth and look back at it, you don't see any of the borders and see one whole beautiful earth. Responding to the query how difficult it was for Farhadi not to come to the ceremony, Naderi said, when you want to stand on your principles, you have to make hard choices and he just made one. Anti-Trump Oscars Another figure who could not attend the ceremony was the Syrian cinematographer Khaled Khateeb, 21, who filmed The White Helmets' which won the best short documentary award. It is about the Nobel Peace Prize-nominated heroes who saved more than 60,000 civilian lives in Syria.
RT USA
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Daily Mail - USA
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SABC Digital News
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Seventeen people have been nominated for the interim SABC Board. This, as there is no quorate Board and the SABC Inquiry has recommended the formal dissolution of that Board. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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Little Mix will take the stage at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards on Saturday, March 11, in L.A. The act, which is nominated in the new KCAs category of favorite global music star, will perfo
Nottingham Evening Post
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The explosion of new food and drink establishments opening in and around Nottingham over the last year means there are myriad contenders for best new venue in the 2017 Nottinghamshire Food and Drink Awards. Last Chance Saloon hasn't been open a year but the Wild West style bar has made a big impact on Nottingham. Bringing something different to the city, the bar boasts the biggest collections of American whiskeys this side of the country, as well as cocktails and bacon snacks. The...
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" After that punny joke failed, a writer ran out with an envelope of the "correct joke." We see what you did there, James. Stephen Colbert wanted us to let Warren Beatty off the hook on The Late Show , revealing what the presenter's card actually said: "Stall!!! We haven't finished watching Moonlight yet. Whatever you do don't let Faye Dunaway say La La Land ." LOL, whoops! Conan O'Brien also had some fun with the actual content of the cards during his monologue, showing the Best Picture card was more convoluted than the plot of a Best Picture nominated film. One thing's for sure, the Academy will never live this shit down!
Nottingham Evening Post
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Plymouth Herald
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Bristol Post
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A Bristol-based cancer clinic is calling on people to 'stitch up' their boss and nominate them to jump off a 160ft high tower over the city's Harbourside.The Penny Brohn charity will provide a bungee rope to attach to the feet of those bosses who are nominated, so they will bounce back up again and not dive straight into the water, and they will want at least £500 in sponsorship money for the pleasure of seeing the boss scream on their way down.The Bungee the Boss' fundraising...
Plymouth Herald
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Mashable
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"Who switched the envelopes?" Armed with a fabulous wig and tight blue sweater, James Corden put a unique spin on recapping the events of the 2017 Academy Awards . The late night host recreated Emma Stone 's audition from La La Land which including singing a melancholy tune about the film losing best picture to Moonlight . Corden also poked fun at Warren Beatty "being blind" and the award show's history of having primarily white actors being nominated for awards while dramatically turning in a dimly lit room. One man's flub is another man's jokes for the next six months. Read more... More about Emma Stone , The Late Late Show With James Corden , James Corden , Oscars 2017 , and Watercooler
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Nottingham Evening Post
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The explosion of new food and drink establishments opening in and around Nottingham over the last year means there is a myriad of contenders for best new venue in the 2017 Nottinghamshire Food and Drink Awards. Last Chance Saloon hasn't been open a year but the Wild West style bar has made a big impact on Nottingham. Bringing something different to the city, the bar boasts the biggest collections of American whiskeys this side of the country, as well as cocktails and bacon snacks. The...
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