Daily Mail - Home
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The man, a part-time bird carer at the zoo, was feeding the 800kg monster a chicken at Sandakan Crocodile Farm in Malaysia on Monday when the beast flipped and attacked him.
Washington Free Beacon
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A gay anti-Donald Trump protester on Monday night was unable to give Fox News host Tucker Carlson a reason why the LGBT community should be worried about President Trump. Carlson asked Shane Saunders, who participated in one of the nationwide "Not My President's Day" rallies, what the impact of the protests will be. "It's getting to Trump I would say so as well," Saunders responded. "We see he's getting frazzled by the media, and I think they are definitely making an impact." A graphic on screen during the telecast had identified Saunders as a protest organizer, but he is a Los Angeles-based actor who was only a participant in the rallies, the Daily Beast reported . Fox News issued a statement to the Daily Beast acknowledging the error. Carlson had originally tried to book the creator and co-organizer of the protests, Olga Lexell, according to the Daily Beast , but was unable to do so and instead interviewed Saunders, who reportedly had no role in organizing the demonstrations.
Techradar - Reviews
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On one end of the portable PC gaming spectrum, you have the $4,199 MSI GT83VR Titan , a beast of a machine. Beyond breaking your wallet, the Titan is a machine designed to handle any and everything you throw at it. Then, theres the $799 (899, AU$1,614) Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming. Hardcore gamers need not apply here. This laptop is aimed directly at those who want an affordable-yet-capable gaming laptop . We find the Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming to deliver on nearly aspect of an affordable gaming device, save for the display, which is undoubtedly the weakest point of an otherwise strong, entry-level offering from Dell. Price and availability The Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming is available in a series of different configurations, ranging from $799 (899, AU$1,614) to $1,099 (1,299, AU$1,999). Its available now in the US, Australia and UK, with varying specs based on your location.
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Cartoonist Daniel Clowes ( Ghost World ) says he has forgiven Shia LaBeouf for plagiarizing him because LaBeouf has created an anti-Trump installation. From Daily Beast : The political landscape in the U.S. has so reshaped the vision of the world that he’s not harboring any anger for anyone on the same political side in these incredibly divisive times—not even against Shia LaBeouf, who in 2013 was accused of plagiarizing Clowes’s 2008 comic "Justin M. Damiano." Although Clowes hasn't seen LaBeouf’s anti-Trump installation, being anti-Trump is in and of itself enough to bond people together, he thinks. At least for now. “I look forward to the day we can go back to hating Shia LeBeouf,” Clowes deadpans.
Variety
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As soon as the official trailer for Beauty and the Beast was released and made many tear up, everyone knew that Disney was going to keep feeding the fans with clips and TV Spots from the movie till...
Bleacher Report
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" Most of the time, Westbrook really has moved on. It's just his personality not to let go of stuff completely. And what people have lost sight of, according to one person close to Westbrook, is the irksome fact that Durant left to join the very team that eliminated Oklahoma City last spring. The All-Star Game blurred the lines of Thunder vs. Warriors . The regular season still doesn't. East's Other Beast on the Take We've covered the Celtics. The Raptors went for Ibaka. That leaves one other top-four Eastern Conference team, and the third-place Washington Wizards are highly likely to bolster their anemic bench at the trade deadline. Wizards general manager Ernie Grunfeld has been making the calls as opposed to just fielding them, according to NBA sources, so it's promising for Washington fans that someone is coming and guard Lou Williams , the Los Angeles Lakers ' leading scorer, would be an interesting fit.
Mashable
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Bonjour! Welcome to Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast , where everything is live-action but also takes you back to your childhood and nothing hurts. A new clip from the film shows Emma Watson in full Belle glory, a "peculiar" girl in a simple town where no one can help but sing about it. SEE ALSO: 'Beauty and the Beast' mashed up with 'Harry Potter' makes a bizarre love story The full song will eventually introduce Gaston (Luke Evans) and Le Fou (Josh Gad), but this teaser is true to its name and cuts off with less than a minute of Belle and the townsfolk. We establish that Belle is a weirdo who likes to read (her material of choice may elicit more than one thinkpiece) and is kind but doesn't quite fit in. Read more... More about Emma Watson , Disney , Beauty And The Beast , Movies , and Entertainment
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Paul Briden 21/02/2017 - 2:45pm The LG V20 is an odd beast, but well worth a look for its raft of innovative and well-implemented features At first glance the LG V20 might seem like something of an oddity; it was awkwardly slotted in between last year’s LG G5 and this year’s yet-to-be-launched LG G6 flagship, it has a premium price tag, it’s a phablet, it has a weird dual-display setup, and it was only made available in specific world regions (yet again, we in the UK get left out). But with all that said, there’s a lot to like about this phone. It’s getting rave reviews in most places you care to look, and in no small part this is due to the fact that it is innovative, quirky, and feature-packed. The price might be a bit high, but you certainly get a lot of stuff for all that dough. So without further ado, let’s take a look at what makes the LG V20 such an appealing handset.
Vanity Fair
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The actress has taken to Instagram to share her eco-friendly Beauty and the Beast press-tour looks.
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Paul Briden 21/02/2017 - 2:05pm The LG V20 is an odd beast, but well worth a look for its raft of innovative and well-implemented features At first glance the LG V20 might seem like something of an oddity; it was awkwardly slotted in between last year’s LG G5 and this year’s yet-to-be-launched LG G6 flagship, it has a premium price tag, it’s a phablet, it has a weird dual-display setup, and it was only made available in specific world regions (yet again, we in the UK get left out). But with all that said, there’s a lot to like about this phone. It’s getting rave reviews in most places you care to look, and in no small part this is due to the fact that it is innovative, quirky, and feature-packed. The price might be a bit high, but you certainly get a lot of stuff for all that dough. So without further ado, let’s take a look at what makes the LG V20 such an appealing handset.
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Live Science
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The 307-million-year-old Tully monster — a marine animal with hammerhead-like eyes and a pincer-like mouth — was likely a spineless creature, a new study finds.
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An extra 1,000 tickets for the world’s largest inflatable obstacle course will be released later this week
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Paul Briden 21/02/2017 - 12:26pm The LG V20 is an odd beast, but well worth a look for its raft of innovative and well-implemented features At first glance the LG V20 might seem like something of an oddity; it was awkwardly slotted in between last year’s LG G5 and this year’s yet-to-be-launched LG G6 flagship, it has a premium price tag, it’s a phablet, it has a weird dual-display setup, and it was only made available in specific world regions (yet again, we in the UK get left out). But with all that said, there’s a lot to like about this phone. It’s getting rave reviews in most places you care to look, and in no small part this is due to the fact that it is innovative, quirky, and feature-packed. The price might be a bit high, but you certainly get a lot of stuff for all that dough. So without further ado, let’s take a look at what makes the LG V20 such an appealing handset.
Daily Express - Film
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DISNEY have shot “the most expensive musical number ever” costing over $10 million in the live action remake of Beauty and the Beast, starring Emma Watson.
Daily Mail - Science
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TIME - Top Stories
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Disney is saying bonjour to fans of Beauty and the Beast with a brand new clip from the animated classics upcoming live-action remake. Recalling the 1991 musicals opening number, the minute-long preview, which premiered Monday, sees Belle (Emma Watson) strolling through a village as she sings verses from the characters namesake tune, first penned by Alan Menken and Howard Ashman. The original Beauty and the Beast , about a young woman who falls in love with a reclusive, monstrous prince, scored six Oscar nominations in 1992, winning for best original song (Beauty and the Beast) and Alan Menkens original score. I was like, I have to tell this story. Oh my god if I dont do this, nothing else makes sense, Watson tells EW in this weeks cover story, on stands now. [It] made me feel that I had something else to give and offer.
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