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Archive | June 10, 2013

This Is the End Gallery with 14 New Photos

Seth Rogen, James Franco, Jonah Hill, Michael Cera and Rihanna are just a few of the celebrities featured in an updated photo gallery for This Is the End. Seth Rogen marks his directorial debut alongside his writing partner Evan Goldberg with this comedy about an epic party at James Franco’s house that turns into a  Full Article…

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Hilda Benard: A ‘Killing’ Reunion!

Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Season 3, Episode 3 of AMC’s “The Killing,” titled “Seventeen.” This week’s action on “The Killing” picked up where last week left off, with Linden waiting at the crime scene for the cops to arrive. Although Holder accuses her of trying to steal his  Full Article…

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J.J. Abrams talks Star Wars plans

  J.J. Abrams has been determinedly coy about for Star Wars: Episode VII so far, but has given some impression of his plans for taking the sci-fi franchise forwards in a new interview.   “That thing is so massive and so important to so many people,” says Abrams. “I know from seeing the first film  Full Article…

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Film Independent Partners With Loyola Marymount University To Produce Incubator Lab Program

This year, Loyola Marymount University’s School of Film and Television (SFTV)’s post-grad Incubator Lab program will partner with nonprofit arts organization Film Independent to produce their annual program. The program provides an opportunity for young alumni from the SFTV to develop their first projects under the guidance of industry professionals as they compete for a  Full Article…

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Freemake Video Converter 4.0.1.7

Freemake offers free program for video converting – developed as alternative to popular paid software. “Free, easy and of high quality” are the fundamental principles of Freemake. FileHippo.com

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Galaxy Note with 12.2-inch display reportedly launching in Q3

Samsung is reportedly preparing to release its biggest tablet yet. According to ETNews, the company plans to launch a Galaxy Note tablet with a 12.2-inch, 2560 x 1600-pixel display later this year. The slate will include an S-Pen stylus and could possibly be equipped with an Intel processor, similar to the smaller Galaxy Tab 3 10.1. No  Full Article…

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