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'Fifty Shades of Grey' Director Quits Films After Butting Heads With E.L. James
'Fifty Shades of Grey' Director Quits Films After Butting Heads With E.L. James

The director of the film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey is stepping away from the sequel after creative clashes with the book's author.

British director Sam Taylor-Johnson announced her departure from the series in a statement posted by Deadline on Wednesday.


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Families Of Missing Mexican Students Are Reaching Out To Amnesty International For Help
Families of Missing Mexican Students Reach Out To Amnesty International For Help

Felipe de la Cruz, the father of one of the survivors of an attack on a group of education students in southern Mexico last year, made a presentation on the case this weekend to the U.S. brand of Amnesty International.

The students' families consider it essential that the human rights organization "know the facts" so it can make recommendations that will help the victims' cause, De La Cruz told EFE. 


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Mexican Actress Magda Guzman Dead at 83
Mexican Actress Magda Guzman Dead at 83

Film actress Magda Guzmán, who became famous during Mexico's "Golden Age," has died at age 83.

According to Televisa’s “Primero Noticias” reported the actress, born María Magdalena Guzmán Garza, died from a heart attack.

Her granddaughter, Magda Karina, confirmed the news of her passing on Twitter.


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Juror Saves Jodi Arias From Facing Death Penalty
Juror Saves Jodi Arias From Facing Death Penalty

It took just one juror to spare the life of convicted murderer Jodi Arias on Thursday — and the woman had to survive an attempt by her colleagues to boot her from the jury before she could do it.


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University of Texas Pays $2.2 Million for Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Personal Archive
University of Texas Pays $2.2 Million for Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Personal Archive

The University of Texas has paid $2.2 million for the personal archive of Nobel laureate Gabriel García Márquez, which documents his life and work of the world-acclaimed Colombian author.

The acquisition was announced in November but the school had sought to keep the price secret until ordered to make it public by the state attorney general's office.


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Ten-Month-Old Conjoined Twins
Ten-Month-Old Conjoined Twins Undergo Successful Separation Surgery

“Hope and Faith go hand in hand because without Hope there is no Faith.”

That saying was inscribed on T-shirts worn by the family and friends of 10-month-old conjoined twins named Knatalyne Hope and Adeline Faith Mata, who doctors say will survive surgery that has now separated them.

A team of more than 26 doctors and nurses at the Texas Children’s Hospital last week worked for about 26 hours to separate the girls, who shared a chest wall, lungs, heart lining and other organs.


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Nicolas Maduro Claims U.S. Behind Plot to Bomb Venezuela's Presidential Palace
Nicolas Maduro Claims U.S. Behind Plot to Bomb Venezuela's Presidential Palace

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro ordered the arrest of 11 members of the country’s Air Force, including a general, and a group of civilians for allegedly plotting a coup against his government.

Once again, he accused the U.S. of being directly involved in a failed attempt to assassinate him, saying some of the military involved had been granted visas as recently as Feb. 3.


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Venezuelan Man Chops Off Nose to Look Like Marvel Villain Red Skull
Venezuelan Man Chops Off Nose to Look Like Marvel Villain Red Skull

As if Venezuela didn't have enough problems already, the nefarious Marvel Comics Supervillain Red Skull has been seen roaming the streets of the country's capital, Caracas. Too bad Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro has too much animosity to call the U.S. to send down Captain America to fight his arch-nemesis.

Venezuela isn't actually dealing with a genocidal, Nazi madman. Henry Damon, 37, has undergone a series of surgeries and tattoo jobs to make him look like the comic bad guy Red Skull.


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Can Tom Brady Beat the Gisele Curse at the Super Bowl?
Can Tom Brady Beat the Gisele Curse at the Super Bowl?

Call it the Brazilian flu.

New England’s Tom Brady showed up at the Super Bowl’s media day in Phoenix, Arizona, nursing a cold.

"I've had it for four or five days," he told reporters. "My kids got sick, and then my wife's pretty sick right now, so I brought it, unfortunately, to Phoenix.”


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It's Official: Rosie Perez is Returning to 'The View' Next Month
It's Official: Rosie Perez is Returning to 'The View' Next Month

Rosie Perez’s absence from the Hot Topics table on The View this past month caused much speculation that the actress-turned-TV host was not returning.

But a new statement from the network is putting to rest all reports that the Nuyorican had been fired.


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