Herschel captures a 'cosmic horse' Europe's Herschel space telescope has imaged one of the most popular subjects in the sky - the Horsehead Nebula - and its environs. The distinctively shaped molecular gas cloud is sited some 1,300 light-years from Earth in the Constellation Orion. More
Jay-Z, Jennifer Lawrence, President Obama top Time's 100 Most Influential list Along with expected political figures like President Barack Obama (appearing for the eighth time; wife Michelle also holds a slot) and Vice-President Joe Biden, Time also singled out power couple Beyonce and Jay-Z, Oscar winners Jennifer Lawrence and Daniel Day-Lewis, musicians including Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera and Frank Ocean, television stars like "The Mindy Project's" Mindy Kaling and "Breaking Bad's" Bryan Cranston, and entertainers from other countries such as Bassem Youssef, dubbed the Egyptian "Jon Stewart," who is under investigation in that country for his political satire. More
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Capone talks SICARIO and the importance of being Punisher with actor Jon Bernthal
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Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. After several years of doing more than 30 regional and off-Broadway stage productions, actor Jon Bernthal nabbed a succession of work in television and films such as Oliver Stone’s WORLD TRADE CENTER and the NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM sequel BATTLE OF THE SMITHSONIAN, in which he played a low-level Chicago gangster named Al Capone (!).
For the past two decades, South Korean maverick filmmaker Kim Ki-duk's low-budget movies have given him international acclaim, highly coveted awards and many controversies.
Kim recently signed a $24 million deal with a Chinese production company to make an epic war movie with Buddhism as a central theme, with another $6 million set aside for marketing.
The staggering growth of the Chinese movie industry has been irresistible to many South Korean movie directors.
When he saw the Chinese film set, with each director sitting before a modern 60-inch monitor, he thought: "This could perhaps let me make the most of my ability."
 the anti-nuclear energy movie will stand as evidence of Kim's attempt to find an alternative movie-making venue outside of the South Korean system, where the top three film distributors control nearly three quarters of the movie theaters.
The spectacular failure happened only two years after Kim received big welcomes at home after he won the Venice Film Festival's top prize with "Pieta," a brutal story of revenge and redemption.
Growing up, he received little schooling beyond primary education, spending his teenage years toiling at factories, while envying kids in school uniforms.
UPDATE: Now with promo videoSo here it is. As announced a couple of weeks ago, the gig of the 24th James Bond theme song has fallen to Sam Smith, and Spectre's opening credits will unfold to his 'Writing's On The Wall'. Following that short original snippet, the full thing has now been released, and there's a video too.
Ten more years in the worksGood news for those of you - and you are many - still enjoying a semi-regular blast of Autobot V Decepticon mayhem. The billion-dollar box office performance of last year's Transformers: Age Of Extinction has seen studio Paramount map out the journey of the robots in disguise for the next decade.
GOTHAM 2.3!! Idris On SETH!! THE VOICE!! BIG BANG!! Monday TV Talkback!!
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Fox says of “The Last Laugh”:
Gordon and Bullock track down a nemesis from the past, leading to a standoff between Jerome and Gordon. Meanwhile, a magic show at the Gotham Children's Hospital gala turns into a hostage situation.
“Life in Pieces” lost half of “Big Bang Theory’s” key-demo ratings last Monday.
Things are not looking good for “Minority Report,” which fell to a 0.9 and scored the worst ratings on the Big Four last Monday.
Jon Stewart’s final “Daily Show” scored a 1.4 in the 18-49 demo but few seemed curious about last Monday’s first episode hosted by Trevor Noah.
“Gotham” got a little good news, maintaining the same rating its second-season premiere snagged the prior week.