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"The Emoji Movie" Wins Razzie Worst Picture Of The Year Award

With the first ceremony held on March 31, 1981, the Razzie Awards are presented annually in Los Angeles, preceding the corresponding Academy Awards ceremony by one day. Their 2013 live-action/CGI feature The Smurfs 2 was nominated for Worst Prequel, Remake, Rip-off or Sequel, but lost to Disney's The Lone Ranger .


Polish-Israeli talks amid spat over new law

Polish-Israeli talks amid spat over new law

Poland's current authorities have argued the 1953 decision is invalid because it was dictated by Moscow when Poland was a satellite of the Soviet Union. The US State Department report from May 15, 1946 - released by Simon Wiesenthal Center on the same day Polish Holocaust law when into effect - found "evidence that Poles persecuted the Jews as vigorously as did the Germans".


Amy Schumer Explains Her 'Rush' to Get Married in Wedding Video

Amy Schumer Explains Her 'Rush' to Get Married in Wedding Video

We also get to see part of Fischer's very sweet vows, with the 37-year-old chef telling his bride: "I love you Amy". Amy Schumer has shared a lovely video of her wedding day , revealing that Jennifer Lawrence was unable to hold back the tears as her good friend Wednesday the love of her life.


Neil Gaiman Curating New Line of Sandman Universe Comics

Neil Gaiman Curating New Line of Sandman Universe Comics

As for the four new comics, Gaiman is enlisting the "most incredible collaborators [he] could ask for". Nalo Hopkinson will write a series called House of Whispers (about a voodoo deity named Erzulie), Kat Howard will continue Gaiman's Books of Magic series, Si Spurrier will write The Dreaming (a comic set in Dream's home dimension, with characters like Lucien the librarian), and Dan Watters will write Lucifer .


Broncos meet with 7 quarterbacks at National Football League combine

Broncos meet with 7 quarterbacks at National Football League combine

His college career left something to be desired from a statistical standpoint due primarily to issues at quarterback, but LSU's D.J. Chark likely helped himself more than any other wideout at the combine on Saturday. He committed a staggering 22 turnovers (13 interceptions, 9 lost fumbles) and completed 63 percent of his passes (down from 67 in his first season). He may not be facing any real pressure on these attempts, but he clearly has the ability to make the necessary throws to receivers ...