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Emily Jean "Emma" Stone was born in Scottsdale, Arizona, to Krista (Yeager), a homemaker, and Jeffrey Charles Stone, a contracting company founder and CEO. She is of Swedish (from her paternal grandfather), English, German, Scottish, and Irish descent. Stone began acting as a child as a member of the Valley Youth Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona, where she made her stage debut in a production of Kenneth Grahame's "The Wind in the Willows". She appeared in many more productions through her early teens until, at the age of 15, she decided that she wanted to make acting her career.
AnnaSophia Robb was born on the 8th December 1993 in Denver, Colorado, USA, to Janet, an interior designer, and Dave Robb, an architect. She has Danish, English, Irish, Scottish, and Swedish ancestry. Robb started off life with a dream to act, and began by performing on a church stage in her home town in front of 500 people when she was just 5 years old. She began taking various acting classes and courses at the age of 8, and was scouted at the age of 9 by an agency in Los Angeles. She drove down to LA with her mom, during the pilot season. 42 auditions later, AnnaSophia booked her first national commercial, advertising Bratz dolls. The second time out to Los Angeles was a big one for AnnaSophia; she auditioned for the lead role of Opal in a movie called Because of Winn-Dixie (2005) opposite Jeff Daniels. Three months, three auditions and one screen test later, AnnaSophia booked her first role in a major motion picture.
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"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" rocketed to an estimated $145 million debut in North America, kicking off Hollywood's summer movie season with something the movie business has been craving: a sequel more successful than the original. Director James Gunn's second "Guardians" film opened 54 percent higher than the 2014 runaway hit, according to studio estimates Sunday. That release, which introduced the intergalactic band of misfits played by Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel and Bradley Cooper, debuted with $94 million in its first weekend. Once a little-known, oddball property in Marvel's vault, the "Guardians of the Galaxy" have grown into one of the comic-book factory's biggest brands. The Walt Disney Co. validated the rise of "Guardians," too, by moving it from August (when the original opened) to the first weekend in May. Marvel has used the same weekend to effectively launch the summer season for the last decade. The opening for "Guardians Vol. 2," made for about $200 million, is the second largest of the year, following Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" ($174.8 million). But it also turns back the tide of underperforming sequels, a developing scourge to Hollywood. Last summer saw a litany of sequels that failed to live up to earlier installments. "We spent a lot of time looking at sequels and the idea of sequel-itis," said David Hollis, distribution chief for Disney. "Really, poor quality films have been the thing that has, more than anything, been rejected by consumers over time. The ambition here was to make something that was unbelievably fresh and exciting. As long as we can continue to deliver high-quality storytelling, high-quality world-creation, we'll be in great shape." "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" scored on that front, landing an A CinemaScore from audiences and an 82 percent "fresh" rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes. In two weeks of international release, the film has also made $269 million overseas. A third "Guardians" is already planned, as are crossovers with Marvel's Avengers. But whether "Guardians" can turn the tide for summer sequels will be a much-followed story line as the season progresses. The bottom line of just about every studio depends on it.On the horizon are big-budget sequels like "Alien: Covenant," ''Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales," ''Cars 3," ''Transformers: The Last Knight," ''Despicable Me 3" and "War for the Planet of the Apes." "I think this is going to be one of the biggest summers ever. Obviously last summer was a bummer. We had numerous sequels — well over a dozen — that didn't live up to the promise of their immediate predecessor," said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst for comScore. "Summer 2017 gets us back on track. There's a lot out there." Fearing the might of "Guardians," no other major studio releases debuted over the weekend. The gap between first and second at the box office was immense. "The Fate of the Furious" came in at no. 2 with $8.5 million in its fourth weekend. The Universal release, the eighth installment in the franchise, has grossed $1.6 billion worldwide. The only film selling tickets globally at even roughly the same pace as "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" was the South Indian sequel "Baahubali 2: The Conclusion." The Tollywood film (in the Telugu language) has in two weeks grossed $147.3 million globally, according to comScore. That sets a new mark for an Indian film at the worldwide box office. A handful of films in limited domestic release opened including A24's "The Lovers," with Debra Winger and Tracy Letts ($70,410 on four screens); the Weinstein Co.'s "3 Generations," with Elle Fanning ($20,118 on four screens); IFC's "Chuck," with Live Schreiber ($40,416 on four screens); and Laura Poitras' Julian Assange documentary "Risk" ($75,179 on 34 screens).
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Have trouble getting to bed or staying asleep? You’re not alone. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates one in four American adults get less than the daily recommended seven to eight hours of sleep. That insufficient shuteye is leaving them more at risk of diabetes, heart disease, depression and obesity
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Ann Coulter said universities like Berkeley, where she planned to speak before the event was canceled, are generally "radical." She said that progressives on campus want to "destroy and squelch" conservatives' free speech. Coulter added that even fellow progressives in the media and government like Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Joy Behar think some of the protesters' actions have gone too far. "I’m not just some homeless person wondering onto the square, but I’d be allowed to speak then too," she said. Coulter also criticized her Berkeley event sponsor for "running away," saying the Republican Party should change its motto to "next time." Coulter said the Young America's Foundation, a conservative group, preferred a strongly-worded statement to a lawsuit against the university. She said that such a move would effectively tell her opponents that conservatives would kick the can down the road in the fight for free speech. "The GOP should change their motto to 'Next Time'-- We'll fight them next time," she said. "No, I want to win now. Can Republicans ever win 'now'?" she asked. She said the situation was similar to Republicans allowing liberal justices like Ruth Bader Ginsburg to sail through confirmation, while the Democrats fight to keep conservatives, like Robert Bork, off the court. Coulter said that similarly, YAF wanted to put out a strong statement rather than a lawsuit, delaying the fight for conservative speeches on campuses for another day. Coulter said because her allies "ran away," it meant there was nothing she could do to make sure her speech wasn't cancelled.
Pamela Anderson has posted a bizarre poem about her “special relationship” with Julian Assange on her website. The star shared the lengthy poem on Monday. In it, she discussed President Donald Trump’s relationship with Theresa May and suggested France, the U.S. and the U.K. have a “threesome.” “It is a romantic struggle,” she wrote. “Things that the USA and UK bring to the relationship are Bad secrecy laws. Keeping Julian illegally detained. Hating transparency and Bombing countries.” The strange post included Anderson adding that she wants to help “bring sexy back,” and she accused the United States of spying on the U.K. by “reading emails and listening to calls.” “Stop abusing espionage and secrecy laws,” she declared. Anderson is rumored to be dating Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks
The 23-year-old actress and model revealed in a recent interview with Ocean Drive magazine that she was bullied when she was younger, forcing her to drop out of high school. "I didn't have any girlfriends," McKinney explained. "A lot of my friends were guys, and I was called a slut by a lot of people. I was just growing these large breasts at such a young age, not really knowing what to do with them or how to wear them. So it was definitely awkward. " "I also left school because of all of the bullying. Girls would yell at me and call me a slut. I would go to parties and get beer thrown on my head -- there was so much bullying," she continued. "It was just so awful, and that's why now I kind of use my platform to promote anti-bullying. I try to use what I went through to be a voice for it, because it's still happening and getting even worse now with social media." McKinney, who rose to fame after starring in a sexy Super Bowl commercial for Carl's Jr. in 2015, will appear opposite Zac Efron and Dwayne Johnson in "Baywatch." "I'm always going to be sexy," she said in reference to her voluptuous figure. "I'm always going to have those photo shoots, but I'm really looking for different roles that aren't so commercial and are a bit cooler." When asked if she would consider getting a breast reduction, McKinney said, "I've been thinking about it. They've definitely gotten smaller from my diet and over time. So I can see myself getting a reduction or a lift in the future." The Guess model also said that while she might be interested in a breast reduction, she's not planning on going under the knife anytime soon. "If that's what makes you feel better, then go for it," McKinney said. "But for me, I just don't see the point. I've always said I want to get a nose job, but I think it just makes you lose your face. Some things that aren't perfect on people are actually extremely gorgeous." McKinney will also star opposite Charlie Sheen in upcoming comedy "Mad Families."
Every traveler loves a comfy night’s sleep, whether you’re vacationing in your dream city or finding repose on a business trip. While you’re settling in for a nice sleep, however, one pest may be just waking up. That pest is a bed bug, and they pose a steep challenge to travelers. Bed bugs are parasites that love feeding on humans. They can travel a long way in the evening if they have motivation, but most people find bed bugs within a few feet of a bed. Because these pests feast on humans, they love inhabiting spaces where they will find a steady supply. That fact makes hotels, and common transportation for travelers, a prime post for the parasites to camp out. If the pests climb into your luggage, they could turn into a serious problem at home too. Bed Bugs on the Rise Developing countries have always dealt with bed bug problems. In recent years, however, the pesky creatures have been rising in population within developed countries as well. To compound the problem, scientists have also found that the bugs may be developing a resistance to insecticides. One study published in The Journal of Economic Entomology decided to test this theory. Researchers used two common chemicals previously known to kill bed bugs, chlorfenapyr and bifenthrin, and they tested ten different populations. In addition, they used one population known for its susceptibility to these chemicals as a control group. As they conducted the study, researchers noticed that the test populations took longer than the control group to die after exposure to either of the chemicals. Researchers also needed a higher concentration of the chemicals to kill these populations. The researchers concluded that you should use more than one method to get rid of an infestation quickly. You should also check for pests regularly in order to deal with any problems early on. Signs of Bed Bugs Bed bugs like to tuck themselves in the crevices of a bed during the day and make their appearances at night. To avoid bringing bed bugs home after traveling, you should check for them carefully as soon as you enter a hotel room. Missy Henriksen from the National Pest Management Association recommends keeping your luggage in the bathroom until you’re done inspecting. Even after a thorough inspection, keep your luggage off the floor by using the luggage rack. When checking for bed bugs, turn on a flashlight and use scrap paper to pick up any suspicious spots. Look around the headboard of the bed, under the mattress, and in any corners or crevices around the bed. If you see any blood stains or dark brown spots, you might be dealing with a bed bug problem. Don’t stop with the bed, though: check any furniture around it. In fact, you should expand your search to any soft furniture in the room. If you do find signs of bed bugs, opt for a room far away from the infested one or check into a different hotel. While you might be tempted to skip this inspection and start relaxing right away, you should make time for it. Bed bugs prove to be a difficult problem to eliminate. Health Risks So far, bed bugs are not considered a major health risk to humans. While they may carry diseases, the pests have not shown to transmit them. On the other hand, bed bugs do still pose some health problems. When they bite, they often cause an itchy rash that could become infected if not properly cared for. You may also experience anxiety and insomnia because of fear of another bite during sleep. You might withdraw socially as you deal with this problem, or others might keep a distance until the bed bugs are eliminated. Either way, bed bugs can cause psychological disruptions that affect your sleep habits, emotions, and work performance. During traveling, you often just want to relax at your destination, unwinding in your hotel room. You can, but be sure to check for bed bugs first. If you find a problem, you’ll be glad that you inspected and kept the pests from traveling all the way to your home.
Reba McEntire, one of music's most beloved icons, has made her mark on country music. She grew up in Oklahoma and her fate was sealed when she moved to Nashville and began making music. Reba has sold over 33.5 million albums during her lengthy career.In keeping with her country traditions, her stepson married Kelly Clarkson…talk about keeping musical success in the family. Here are some facts that you may have not known about the singer. 1. Faith Hill was not good enough for Reba McEntire Country icon Faith Hill admitted to Larry King that she auditioned to be a backup singer for Reba and she didn’t get the part. “Well, I didn't get it because I wasn't good enough,” she explained. “I don't think it was because -- I don't think fate had anything to do with that for me. I wasn't a great background singer and I didn't get the part.” 2. Reba is obsessed with photography She told The Boot that she loves her photos. “I love to piddle with my pictures. I am a big picture fanatic,” she said. “I love when people send me pictures that I don’t have. I can scan them and put them in my computer, and I am archiving right now.” 3. She turned down a role in 'Titanic' Titanic” director James Cameron had his eyes set on Reba for the role of Molly Brown in the 1997 blockbuster. Kathy Bates was given the role instead after Reba said no due to scheduling conflicts. She went on to have a very successful television series, “Reba,” that ran for six seasons. 4. Reba emails with President George H. W. Bush She told Entertainment Weekly in 2006 that she is pals with the former President. “Senior President Bush is my joke buddy. Matter of fact, I was in New York one time during the World Series watching the game, and I saw President Bush and Barbara sittin’ behind home plate,” she said. “I get on my Treo, and I e-mail him, ‘Hey, I see you on TV. Have a hot dog for me.’” I see him elbowing Barbara, and pointin’ down to his Treo. Then he’s just workin’ on it. Pretty soon I get a message back from him: “Wait ’til so-and-so gets up to bat, and I’ll wave at ya.” 5. Her family believed her death hoax In 2012, Reba was the victim of an internet death hoax that claimed she fell to her death in Austria. She recalled on “The Talk,” “First I heard of it, my older sister called me, Alice, and she said her son just called her crying… and she said ‘I’ll find out immediately.’ She called me, and I said, ‘No I’m fine.’” Reba added that the prank wasn’t a good joke. “There are so many of those hoaxes that are going around that it’s cruel. Now the publicity I got, oh my gosh…but it’s not funny.” 6. Reba made Luke Bryan cry Luke told Entertainment Tonight in 2015 about watching the ACM’s as a kid. He said, “Through the years of Reba hosting it was always amazing. My first year out here Reba was hosting and Capital flew me out and this was a year before my first album came out and I just sat in the back and ate popcorn and I think Reba walked out and I started crying.” 7. Reba loves to go shooting Reba told Larry King that she didn't grow up knowing how to shoot a gun, so when it was time for her to do it in a movie she took lessons.“When I found out that I was going to do a movie called 'Buffalo Girls' with Anjelica Huston several years prior to this, I went and learned how to skeet shoot and trap shoot, because I wanted to be able to look like I knew how to shoot a gun, because we never did that when we were home in Oklahoma. So, I took lessons, and I love to shoot now. It's a lot of fun. So, when I got on the stage of the Broadway production of "Annie Get Your Gun," I looked like I knew what I was doing with a gun.
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