Mar 29, 2017




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Title of Disney's Oscar-nommed “Wreck-It Ralph” sequel revealed

While Disney Animation doesn't have a release in 2017, its sister company Pixar has two films this year.

Elle Fanning’s animated film “Leap!” release day moved

The movie also stars Nat Wolff, Maddie Ziegler, Carly Rae Jepsen, Kate McKinnon, and Mel Brooks, and features original music by Jepsen, Demi Lovato, and Sia.

Mkhitaryan will become perfect player under Mourinho, says Carrick

‘I saw Mhitaryan for the first time during the pre-season training and I immediately thought he will become a perfect player,’ said Carrick.

“Crazy Rich Asians” hit book adaptation finds its male lead

The book follows the lives of wealthy Chinese families living in Singapore. Jon M. Chu is directing the Warner Bros. film.

“I Am Not Your Negro” helmer’s Karl Marx drama lands at The Orchard

“The Young Karl Marx” explores the origins of the international Socialist movement, the emergence of the Communist League, and its founding document.

Google Duo’s new audio calls feature now available to all users

Google launched Duo last year as an emerging market-friendly take on services like Apple’s FaceTime-iMessage and WhatsApp.

Adidas rolls out All Day app to help you stay fit and eat healthy

All Day features a collection of written and video tutorials, which show you anything from quick yoga moves to "green" recipes.

Gibraltarians vote by 96% to remain in EU but attachment to UK prevails

The Rock, which relies on tourism, financial services, online gaming and shipping services, also fears it could harm its economy.

Google conquers more of your smart home with Logitech and Wink

"Ok Google, ask Harmony to..." can control your connected speakers, fire up a specific app on Roku, skip forward/backward on content and more.

U.S. House votes to wipe away FCC’s Internet privacy protections

Approved last year, the rules required that ISPs get your explicit permission before selling "sensitive data" like your browsing history.

ENEMO slams Armenia's decision to reject invite for election observation

ENEMO says it received a letter from the CEC in response to a request of invitation to conduct an international election observation mission

Philippines' Duterte offers return to authoritarian rule

In a series of recent speeches, Duterte has repeatedly said martial law may be needed to save his nation from descending into drug.

UK PM May signs Article 50 letter to trigger Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May signed the Article 50 letter, as she prepares to trigger the start of the UK's formal withdrawal from the EU.

Andrei Konchalovsky's “Paradise” wins big at Russia’s Nika Awards

Alexei Krasovsky, the director of the movie “Kollektor” (“The Collector”) received the discovery of the year award.

Expeditions to send huge trash bags to help clean Mount Everest

Each bag can hold up to 80 kilograms of trash and can be hooked to helicopters at Camp 2 to be flown back to the base camp.

1st footage of Natalie Portman’s "Annihilation" screened at CinemaCon

The movie follows a biologist and her dangerous expedition in a disaster zone, where laws of nature don't apply.

“Lipstick Under My Burkha” indie to open NY Indian Film Festival

Khushboo Ranka and Vinay Shukla’s “An Insignificant Man” will be the centerpiece of the festival on May 3.

“Transformers: The Last Knight” unveils new footage at CimemaCon

The four previous “Transformers” have grossed $3.77 billion worldwide. “Transformers: The Last Night” opens June 23.

Exxon Mobil urges Trump against abandoning Paris climate accord

Fighting climate change will require technological advances, a letter said, and the United States should advance policies that promote this.

Billy Eichner joins Ryan Murphy's "American Horror Story" season 7

Billy's TV credits include TruTV's "Billy on the Street", Hulu's "Difficult People" and NBC's "Parks and Recreation".







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