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"[Performance art is about] using my persona. Really I'm gaining control over myself again. I've given up so much control over myself to this industry. I felt like a slave who wasn't allowed to read," , one of many eye-browing raising things he had to say. He added: "I still am a very stubborn, hardheaded person who is theatrical by nature." That's putting it lightly, but he does make for an entertaining personality to follow, and it wouldn't be Thursday without Shia up to something...


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It`s been eight long years since we last saw demonstrates. In addition to Streep, the video also shows and other cast and crew explain the concept behind the...


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U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan has issued the long-awaited injunction over Aereo, the upstart service that once promised to pry open the delivery of television signals so that customers could access the major networks on digital devices. In a ruling on Thursday, she writes, "In light of the Supreme Court's holding, Plaintiffs have demonstrated a likelihood of success on the merits, and Aereo has not demonstrated a likelihood of success on the merits of its novel affirmative defenses." The injunction enjoins Aereo from "streaming, transmitting,...


Sony is looking to breathe new life into the Bad Boys franchise by reviving the mismatched buddy cop dynamic for a third big screen outing.Deadline reports that Sony execs are in preliminary talks with screenwriter David Guggenheim, with the studio having singled him out as the man to pen a script for a second sequel. The plan is to reunite Will Smith and Martin Lawrence for the two leading roles, although the report doesn`t elaborate on whether any approach has been made at this point. It`s been ten years since the last Bad Boys film arrived in cinemas, but Sony clearly feels the time is...