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As is hammered home by the Rocky moviesâ signature training montages, achieving boxing immortality requires punishing, occasionally unorthodox
Need proof there are more giant pandas out there, Po? Say hello to the Secret Panda Village.
InÂ Kung Fu Panda 3, Po (voiced by Jack Black) becomes acquainted with his long-lost birth father,Â LiÂ (Bryan Cranston). The snippet released Wednesday shows Li unveiling this mythic panda paradise
Setsuko Hara, a JapaneseÂ actress best known for her work in directorÂ Yasujiro Ozuâs films, died Sept. 5 of pneumonia, her family announced Wednesday. She was 95.
Hara was born in June 17, 1920, as Masae Aida in Yokohama, Japan. She made her onscreen debut in 1935, breaking through in 1937âs The