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Pratt, Lawrence, had to be 'shushed' on set of Passengers

While living a luxurious life on the ship and falling for each other, Jim and Aurora work to find out why they were awakened early. "I wanted a future a little like the present where we're doing well in some ways and poorly in other ways, but still admitted the possibility of hopes and aspirations and dreams coming true".



86-Year-Old Notorious Jewelry Thief Arrested At Georgia Mall

Court documents made reference to numerous alleged thefts over dating back to 1999 - including one incident past year when she was accused of stealing a pair of earrings valuing $690 from a Saks Fifth Avenue at an upscale shopping centre in Atlanta.


Young Transgender Girl Appears on Cover of 'National Geographic'

Young Transgender Girl Appears on Cover of 'National Geographic'

The 130-year old National Geographic magazine has taken an encouraging step forward in its January 2017 cover. In such a scenario, a prestigious global magazine featuring a transgender girl on the cover will definitely make an impact in society.



Indian scientists name new spider after Harry Potter hat

A rare copy of a Harry Potter spin-off book, handwritten by J.K. Rowling, sold for almost $470,000. The Sotheby's Publishers in London announced it sold a unique version of "The Tales of Beedle the Bard " written as an addition to Harry Potter in a public auction for £368,750 to an anonymous buyer through the phone.


Selena Gomez Returns to Studio, Ex-Boyfriend Nick Jonas Cheers Her On

Selena Gomez Returns to Studio, Ex-Boyfriend Nick Jonas Cheers Her On

Last month, Gomez made her return to the spotlight at the American Music Awards, where she gave a heartfelt speech after seeking professional treatment for her emotional health. "I've finally fought the fight of not "being enough". The new picture comes a few days after it was reported the singer had signed a $10 million (£8 million ) deal with luxury accessory brand Coach.


Like It Or Not, Magu Remains EFCC Chair, Sagay Slams Senate

Like It Or Not, Magu Remains EFCC Chair, Sagay Slams Senate

Activist lawyer, Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, has faulted the argument that the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC , Mr. Ibrahim Magu can continue in acting capacity despite being rejected by the Senate as substantive chairman of the anti-graft agency, stating that the anti-graft agency is too sensitive to be headed by a rejected candidate.