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Gosling is incredible, but I'm sure we can all agree that it's more challenging to perfectly portray such a complicated character like Deadpool. And what would a Golden Globes be without a savage Ben Affleck joke? But instead, Jenna Bush put two films together, Hidden Figures and Fences , and asked Pharrell about " Hidden Fences ".
  • Samsung begins seeding Nougat to a small batch of Galaxy S7 units

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    After the first Galaxy Note 7 incident, Samsung recalled all of its devices and let the Chinese company ATL take care of the production of the new batch batteries. So we'll have to wait and see what Samsung's official response to the battery issue ends up being later this month. Samsung's Note7 successor will include its Bixby intelligent assistant and improved virtual reality capabilities .
  • McLaren previews second-gen Super Series

    McLaren previews second-gen Super Series

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    This is the first time we have replaced a product family and the new Super Series will be absolutely true to McLaren's pioneering spirit in being a revolutionary leap forwards, both for our brand and the supercar segment'. Around 12 months after that a lighter, more powerful 675LT-replacement is expected that will offer near P1-levels of performance. The 12C Spider followed in 2012 and in 2014 McLaren introduced the 650S Coupe and 650S Spider.
  • Crazy Volume Spikes for: Ford Motor Co. (NYSE:F)

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    Other equities research analysts also recently issued reports about the company. This would be the seventh straight year of rising sales, as auto companies continue to benefit from lower gas prices, an improving economy and easy credit. If you are accessing this news story on another publication, it was stolen and reposted in violation of USA and worldwide trademark and copyright legislation.
  • Cavs cruise past Hornets after hot-shooting first half

    Cavs cruise past Hornets after hot-shooting first half

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    Kemba did his best to get the Hornets back into the game a few different times in the second half, taking over multiple times , but every time the Hornets seemed to be making a run, the powerful offense of the Cavs seemed to responded with a spurt of their own.
  • Police looking for vehicle that fled scene of serious Toronto crash

    Police looking for vehicle that fled scene of serious Toronto crash

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    A 24-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries when the vehicle he was a passenger in was rear-ended by a Lincoln Town auto driven by a 76-year-old man east of Hwy. 427 and Kipling Avenue for about eight hours for the investigation. Live footage of the crash site suggested that both vehicles smashed into the concrete highway divider.
  • United Kingdom queen misses another New Year event due to poor health

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    Both her and her husband, Prince Phillip, have cancelled engagements due to "heavy colds". She has been dealing with the cold for over a week now, and although she isn't making public appearances, the monarch is said to be up and about. "I and his whole family, in this and many other countries, owe him a debt greater than he would ever claim or we shall ever know". Reports of Queen Elizabeth's death have been greatly exaggerated.
  • Donut-shaped ice shelters could shield astronauts on Mars

    Donut-shaped ice shelters could shield astronauts on Mars

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    The Mars Ice Home is a large inflatable torus (think of the shape of an inner tube and you know the torus) that is surrounded by a shell of water ice. The Ice Home will continue to evolve, but this is an exciting new step. The Ice Home concept balances the need to provide protection from radiation, without the drawbacks of an underground habitat.
  • Amazon Flying Warehouse Patent Revealed

    Amazon Flying Warehouse Patent Revealed

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    To be fair, the patent , newly found by BBC News after being filed in April, isn't going to be applied to every warehouse. The AFC is essentially in airship that's capable of flying at altitudes of 45,000 feet or more that would house items the company sells through its online marketplace.
  • 3 killed on MS roadways during Christmas holiday

    3 killed on MS roadways during Christmas holiday

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    Altogether, the Missouri Highway Patrol made 108 arrests. On Saturday , December 24, 2016 at approximately 1 a.m., the Mississippi Highway Patrol responded to a fatal single vehicle crash on MS 371 in Lee County. Williams of Southaven. On Friday, state troopers focused on US 49 from Gulfport to Jackson in their "Coast to the Capital" campaign. During the 2015 Christmas holiday period, five people statewide died from traffic crashes.
  • Cowboys Unlikely To Play Romo in Season Finale

    Cowboys Unlikely To Play Romo in Season Finale

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    Carson Wentz and Dak Prescott were both playing well and some wondered which player was the better pick. It will be just a footnote. If the Dallas Cowboys didn't have anything to play for entering Monday's game against the Detroit Lions, someone sure forgot to tell rookie quarterback Dak Prescott and rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott .
  • Broken Hatchimals Are Ticking Off Parents and Disappointing Kids Everywhere

    Broken Hatchimals Are Ticking Off Parents and Disappointing Kids Everywhere

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    Unhappy customers are now taking to Twitter with their frustrations. The company would not answer inquiries about the claims process or how long it would take for a new one. "We've been trying to get our hatchimal to hatch for two hours and it won't do anything", tweeted Cara Nan. "We are 100% committed to bringing the magic of Hatchimals to all of our consumers", said a company spokesperson.