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Trick Question Trivia Answer Explanations

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At 59, Denzel Brings the Pain in 'The Equalizer'

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Washington and his 'Training Day' director amp up the violence in the new action thriller.Read Full Story

Chloe Moretz Cast as a Young Prostitute in 'The Equalizer'

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(PacificCoatsNews) Looks like the screen adaptation of the 1980s TV show The Equalizer is actually coming to fruition despite earlier difficulties of nailing down a director. The Antoine Fuqua-directed crime drama will star Denzel Washington (who he worked with in Training Day) as a former covert operations officer who wants to help people in trouble. Now 16-year-old actress Chole Moretz will play the female lead — a young prostitute.According to Deadline, their choice was a bit surprising...Read Full Story

Channing Tatum & Jamie Foxx's 12-Step Guide to Being a Boss

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For the most part, movie premieres are predictable — screaming fans cheer on their favorite actors as they walk the red carpet, bombarded by flashbulbs and shuttled along by image-controlling publicists. That cannot be said for the White House Down event in Cancun, Mexico, last Friday, because co-stars (and newfound BFFs) Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx used the occasion to demonstrate just how cool they are.Here's how you do a movie premiere like a boss.Step 1: Arrive like a boss.Step 2: Work...Read Full Story

Six Things That Drive Cops Crazy About Cop Shows & Movies

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(Open Road Films | Warner Brothers | Ion television)Plain and simple: police work makes for thrilling entertainment. Since forever, audiences have flocked to depictions of law enforcement onscreen or sat glued to their televisions at home to the likes of NYPD Blue or Law & Order. There's a reason people gather around crime scenes and slow down when they see flashing lights on the highway. We want in on the action. But, what do real police officers think about how their occupation is depicted...Read Full Story
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