25 October 2014

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Singer James Blunt calls 'You're Beautiful' annoying

London  British singer-songwriter James Blunt has described the song that made his name "annoying"."You re Beautiful" was Blunt s break-out hit when it was released in 2005, topping charts from the United States to Australia."There was one song that was force-fed down people s throats, "You re Beautiful", and it became annoying, and then people start to associate the artist with the same word," Blunt told an interview with the latest edition of Hello! magazine, published on Monday.The song, which sold more than

‘Fury’ wins war at N. American box office

‘Fury’ wins war at N. American box officeLOS ANGELES: Brad Pitt´s new war movie "Fury" slayed at the North American box office, knocking down "Gone Girl" to debut in first place, industry estimates showed Sunday.The gory World War II film, which has already been turned into a video game, earned $23.5 million in its opening weekend, according to box office tracker Exhibitor Relations."Gone Girl," starring Ben Affleck as a husband accused of murdering his wife (Rosamund Pike), slid to second place after two weeks in the top slot,

Newly found Hollywood Mussolini film screened in Italy

ROME: A long-lost 1923 Hollywood film featuring Benito Mussolini was screened in Italy on Tuesday after being re-discovered by a student in the United States.Only 28 minutes of "The Eternal City" remain. The reels of the silent film were found by student Giuliana Muscio at New York s Museum of Modern Art.The film, produced by Samuel Goldwyn, starred Lionel Barrymore, great uncle of Hollywood actress Drew Barrymore, who plays the role of a Communist villain.The film shows Mussolini reviewing troops and in

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