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'La La Land','Moonlight' win big: See complete winners list of Golden Globes 2017

'La La Land','Moonlight' win big: See complete winners list of Golden Globes

Washington D.C.[USA], Jan. 9 : The 74th Annual Golden Globe Awards, hosted by Jimmy Fallon, chose its big winners in film and television, giving top honors to 'Moonlight',' La La Land', 'The Crown' and 'Atlanta'.

Here's the complete list of the winners, as reported by People Magazine, who took home the prestigious trophy:

-Best Motion Picture, Drama

Hacksaw Ridge

Hell or High Water

Lion

Manchester by the Sea

Moonlight - WINNER

-Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama

Casey Affleck, Manchester by the Sea - WINNER

Joel Edgerton, Loving

Andrew Garfield, Hacksaw Ridge

Viggo Mortensen, Captain Fantastic

Denzel Washington, Fences

-Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Drama

Amy Adams, Arrival

#GoldenGlobes2017: Meryl Streep slams Trump in Cecil B. DeMille Award Speech

#GoldenGlobes2017: Meryl Streep slams Trump in Cecil B. DeMille Award Speech

Washington D.C.[USA], Jan. 9 : Eight times Golden Globe winner Meryl Streep, who was awarded the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 74th Annual Golden Globes Awards, did not hesitate to make her thoughts about Donald Trump, who will be inaugurated as president in less than two weeks, crystal clear.

After thanking the Hollywood Foreign Press, Meryl praised the many foreign actors in the audience who bring us all joy with their incredible talent, clearly letting Donald Trump know that his anti immigrant rhetoric was not appreciated in Tinsel Town.

"Hollywood is crawling with outsiders and foreigners and if you kick them all out you'll have nothing to watch but football and mixed martial arts - which are not the arts," she said as reported by People Magazine.

President Obama assured by Trump's commitment: White House

President Obama assured by Trump's commitment: White House

Washington D.C. (United States), Nov. 11 : White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest asserted that President Obama is filled with renewed confidence in the commitment of the President-elect Donald Trump to engage in an effective, smooth transition after meeting him at the White House.

"We are committed to doing what is required on our part to make sure that that happens. And the President was pleased to hear a similar commitment expressed by the President-elect," said Earnest while responding to a question.

George Clooney feels 'very sorry' about 'Brangelina' divorce news

Washington D.C. [USA], Sept. 21 : Like any close friend would, George Clooney is reacting sadly to the news of Brad Pitt being filed for divorce.

The 55-year-old actor and activist was at the United Nations, attending a round-table with President Barack Obama on the refugee crisis, when a CNN reporter approached him to ask about his close friends' new relationship status, reports E! Online.

"I didn't know that. I feel very sorry then. That's a sad story and unfortunate for a family," he shared.

"It's an unfortunate story about a family. I feel very sorry to hear that. That's the first I've heard of it," the 'The Descendants' star added in surprise.

The Internet went erratic a day ago after reports of the famous Hollywood couple heading for the splitsville was flashed.

Chris Pratt taking six months off to be with family

Washington D.C. [USA], Sept. 21 : American actor, Chris Pratt has decided to rest after more than a year of being "on the road."

In a recent interview, the 37-year-old actor said he is taking some time to be with his family after doing three movies back-to-back, reports People magazine.

"I've been on the road for 14 months-I did three movies back to back to back-so I'm taking six months off," the 'Guardians of the Galaxy' star said.

Pratt recently spent the summer with his family that includes 39-year-old wife, Anna Faris, who is also an actress and three-year-old son, Jack.

This time too, the family man tells of his plan to take the family back to the summer's beach.

Jennifer Aniston feels impending 'Brangelina' divorce is 'karma'

Washington D.C. [USA], Sept. 21 : Looks like Jennifer Aniston had known all along that the truth would catch up with her former husband, Brad Pitt, who allegedly left her for Angelina Jolie in 2005.

An insider is reported to have told that the 47-year-old actress commented "Yeah, that's karma for you!" after it was announced that Jolie had filed for divorce, reports Us Weekly.

According to the insider, the 'Friends' star saw the impending divorce of Pitt and his second wife as ' karma' for what happened to her 11 years ago.

Aniston married the 'Mr And Mrs Smith' actor in 2000 and publicly split in 2005 following complications, which started while filming the movie with the 41-year-old actress.

'GoT' wins it big at Emmys 2016

Washington D. C. [USA]. Sept 19 : 'Game of Thrones' was indeed the big winner at the Emmys 2016 as the series took home the award for 'outstanding drama series.'

Presented by former 'N. Y. P. D. Blue' stars Jimmy Smits and Dennis Franz, 'GOT' co-creator and showrunner David Benioff accepted the honour on behalf of the project, reports People Magazine.

During his acceptance speech, Benioff said, "We're standing up here because we have the best producers in the business. We have the best cast that I think has ever been assembled from Wales, England, Ireland, Scotland and from New Jersey."

Screenwriter and executive producer D. B. Weiss added, "We're standing up here because George R. R. Martin created the world we now play in."

U.S. condemns Uri attack, reiterates commitment to combating terrorism

Washington [USA], Sept. 19 : The United States has condemned the terrorist attack on the Indian Army base in Uri which killed 17 soldiers and said it is committed to support New Delhi in combating terrorism.

In a statement, US Department Spokesperson John Kirby said, "the United States strongly condemns the terrorist attack on an Indian army base in Kashmir during the early morning of September 18. We extend our condolences to the victims and their families. The United States is committed to our strong partnership with the Indian government to combat terrorism."

Yesterday, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon also condemned the attack.

Director Zack Snyder gives glimpse of Batman's new 'tactical Batsuit'

Washington D.C. [USA], Sept. 15 : 'Justice League' is all set to awe DC Comics fans as it reveals the first look at Batman's new "tactical" suit.

In a tweet, director Zack Snyder, who is best known for action and science fiction films, gave a glimpse of the look and captioned it, "Homestretch. Last day filming Batman in the new Tactical Batsuit.#JusticeLeague #Batman."

Marked "Homestrech", the news came under a silhouette picture of Batman in his dark grey batsuit.

The upcoming 'Justice League' will see big DC Comics heroes come together for a grand treat.

U.S. prepared to lift Myanmar sanctions: Obama

Washington [US], Sept. 15 Following Myanmar Democratic transformation, U. S. President Barack Obama has announced that his government was prepared to lift sanctions on the country.

Obama made the remarks after meeting with Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi in the Oval Office, a move taken to mend broken relationship between the two countries.

Though Myanmar was formerly known as Burma, the U. S. government still uses it referring to the country.

"In part because of the progress we've seen over the last several months, I indicated after consulting with Daw Suu that the United States is now prepared to lift sanctions we've imposed upon Burma for quite some time," CNN quoted Obama as saying.

Eating fatty foods may cut heart attack damage in short run only

Eating fatty foods may cut heart attack damage in short run only

Washington, Mar 1 - It is well known that in the long run, eating fatty foods is bad for you and can increase your risk of having a stroke or heart attack, but as per a new study, a high-fat diet may actually be beneficial to your health and help to reduce heart attack damage.

W. Keith Jones of Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine said that the study improves the understanding of the relationship between diet and health, adding learning about how fat, in the short run, protects against heart attacks could help in the development of better therapies

Former Superman Dean Cain set to star in upcoming Supergirl series

Former Superman Dean Cain set to star in upcoming Supergirl series

Washington, Mar 01 : Former Superman Dean Cain will appear in CBS' upcoming Supergirl series, it has been revealed.

Alongside Cain would be Helen Slater, who played Supergirl herself in the 1984 film, Deadline. com reported.

It will also star Melissa Benoist as Kara Zor-El, a Kryptonian who takes the name Linda Danvers on Earth. (ANI)

Calorie counting, weight-stigma prevent teens from eating healthy food

Calorie counting, weight-stigma prevent teens from eating healthy food

Washington, Mar 01 : A new study has revealed that calorie counting and weight-stigma prevent teens from eating healthy food.

Researchers observed whether or not photographs of vegetables on a school lunch tray had an impact on the amount of vegetables eaten. They found that placing photos of carrots and green beans did increase the amounts of vegetables eaten during lunch, but it still was not at levels consistent with government-recommended dietary guidelines.

Researchers at the University of Minnesota are now studying other simple methods that schools could utilize to encourage eating vegetables during lunch.

William Shatner to miss Leonard Nimoy's funeral

William Shatner to miss Leonard Nimoy's funeral

Washington, Mar. 01 - William Shatner took to Twitter to lament that he won't be able to attend the funeral of Leonard Nimoy, who died Friday after battling lung disease.

The 83-year-old said that he won't be able to make it back in time for Nimoy's memorial in California because he's scheduled to attend a Red Cross Ball in Florida, Us Magazine reported.

The Canadian actor continued that he felt awful about missing the funeral of his dearest friend and beloved Star Trek co-star and wishes he could be in two places at once. (ANI)

Kardashians denies rumors of cashing-in $100M for their TV series

Kardashians denies rumors of cashing-in $100M for their TV series

Washington, Feb 28 : Kardashians have denied the rumors that they are getting 100 million dollars for the next four years of 'Keeping up with Kardashians' and 'Khloe and Kourtney Take the Hamptons'.

Sources close to the reality star family informed that even in the best case scenario the reality stars could earn only 80 million dollars excluding the rating bonuses for 3 seasons and the 4th one with E! will be optional, TMZ. com reported.

The sources added that Scott Disick has his own deal outside the Kardashians and Rob Kardashian will get paid per episode. (ANI)

Depressed people can't 'shake it off' Taylor Swift style

Depressed people can't 'shake it off' Taylor Swift style

Washington, Feb 28 : A new study has recently revealed that people with depression cannot easily shake off social rejection and move on.

The pain of social rejection lasts longer for them, and their brain cells release less of a natural pain and stress-reducing chemical called natural opioids.

On the flip side, when someone they're interested in likes them back, depressed people do feel relatively better, but only momentarily. This might also be explained by differences in their opioid system compared to non- depressed people, according to the new results.

Ericsson files lawsuit against Apple over alleged patent violation

Ericsson files lawsuit against Apple over alleged patent violation

Washington, Feb 28 : Apple has been slapped with a lawsuit by Ericsson over alleged violation of 41 patents that essentially apply to iPhone and iPad sales.

According to Tech Crunch, Ericsson, the pioneering wireless technology has filed suit against Apple both with the International Trade Commission (ITC) and the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas.

The company has claimed in the lawsuit that these include patents related to 2G and LTE tech and also non-standard patents dealing with software and component hardware design, the report said.

Ericsson has requested the barring of sale of Apple devices in the filing.

The move is seen as an attempt by Ericsson to seek damages from Apple. (ANI)

Tim Cook says Apple Watch could replace car keys in future

Tim Cook says Apple Watch could replace car keys in future

Washington, Feb 28 : Apple CEO Tim Cook has hinted at the possibility of Apple Watch replacing users' car keys.

According to Tech Crunch, it's a powerful use case to propose because it's immediately apparent that if one already has an Apple Watch for the benefits of notifications and communication it offers, migrating the functions of other dedicated gadgets with similar radio and sensor loadouts to the wearable makes a ton of sense.

He says that a car key fob is not far from being a reality and that very little work would be required in that front. (ANI)

Google scraps ban on sexually explicit content on Blogger

Google scraps ban on sexually explicit content on Blogger

Washington, Feb 28 : Google has changed its decision to ban sexually explicit content on Blogger as it might have a negative impact on users who post such images to express their identities, said a post on the company's product forums by Social Product Support Manager Jessica Pelegio.

According to the Verge, the company earlier banned porn and other sexually explicit images from its blogging platform and had given users a time period of 30 days to comply or get banned from hosting public blogs.

Pelegio wrote that rather than banning the content, the company decided to step up enforcement around the current policy that prohibits commercial porn .

She said that they received feedbacks from users regarding the retroactive enforcement of the policy.

Youtube for android now allows users to trim videos before posting

Youtube for android now allows users to trim videos before posting

Washington, Feb 28 : The Youtube app on Android devices has been updated with a new feature that now allows users to trim videos before uploading it to the web.

According to the Verge, the update is rolling out currently but it might not be live for all users as yet.

The new feature lets users set the beginning and end points of the video with control points on the timelines when they start uploading.

The app requires users to shoot the video in the "portrait" format. (ANI)




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