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From its Facebook debut, “The Fault in Our Stars” trailer has been recently uploaded on YouTube and brought fans all over the globe in extreme exhilaration and tears.

From the bestselling tearjerker tome by John Green of the same title, “The Fault in Our Stars” finds two beautiful teenagers falling in love as they race against time to live life at its fullest. Starring this year’s CinemaCon’s Female Star of Tomorrow, Shailene Woodley, whose credits include “The Descendants,” “The Spectacular Now” and “The Secret Life of the American Teenager,” takes on the role of Hazel Grace Lancaster diagnosed early with cancer opposite Ansel Elgort’s Augustus ‘Gus’Waters who has been in remission for quite some time since their first meeting in a local support group.
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There’s the traditional route to a directorial debut; camcorder obsession, film school, an internship, personal assistant, directorial assistant, the keys to the store. And then there’s Radio Silence, a collective of four talented filmmakers who used YouTube to learn their craft, post their clips and advertise their wares with so much professional aplomb that Fox made all their dreams come true.
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ARIEL Winter

Ariel Winter, one of Hollywood’s most promising young talents with notable roles both television and film who currently stars on ABC’s critically acclaimed and Emmy winning hit series, “Modern Family” stars in DreamWorks’ wild-action-family-adventure “Mr. Peabody & Sherman (3D).”
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Nico Liersch Sophie Nelisse & Emily Watson

At the heart of Markus Zusak’s uplifting novel “The Book Thief” is a curious little girl. Liesel Meminger’s “crime” (referenced as a “thief” in the title) – a fascination with books and a desire to amass a collection of her own – pales in comparison to those being committed in the world in which she lives. She can’t possibly understand the tumultuous events happening around her, as war breaks out and she learns that a man named Hitler is responsible for tearing her family apart.
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Friday January 17, 2014 07:06

Macaulay Culkin shifts from acting to music

Macaulay Culkin in Home Alone, 1990

New York – Former child actor Macaulay Culkin has switched from acting to music.

Culkin, who rose to fame as the clever youngster in the 1990 movie Home Alone and its sequels, is scheduled to perform with his band, The Pizza Underground, in New York on February 8, the concert organizer said.

The performance in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village will be the first in a series of Kidrockers concerts for children and their parents.
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