90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days Star Rebecca Was Perfectly Happy Being Alone…Until She Met 26-Year-Old Zied

90 Day fiancéWith three marriages under her belt, grown kids and a thriving private investigator career, 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days star Rebecca was all set to stay single.
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The Hills’ Doug Reinhardt and Fiancée Mia Irons Announce Birth of Twin Boys After 36 Days In the Hospital

Doug Reinhardt The Hills alum Dough Reinhardt is no longer staring at a blank page because his future is clear. He’s officially a dad of two!
The former reality star and his fiancée Mia Irons…

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Kristin Cavallari Reflects on Her Laguna Beach Days During a Visit Home: “I Was a Great Villain!”

Kristin Cavallari, Very Cavallari 205Looking back.
In this clip from Sunday’s all-new Very Cavallari, Kristin Cavallari takes a walk down memory lane during a visit to her hometown. As the Uncommon James boss is in…

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Just Days Left to Catch Canal Plus’ ‘The Bureau’ on MyFFF

The most lauded of titles on this year’s MyFrenchFilmFestival, UniFrance’s online showcase featured by over 50 OTT services around the world, may not be a film but a drama series. With four seasons aired, and a milestone in world sales on a French TV show, slow-boiling espionage series ‘Le Bureau des légendes’ (“The Bureau”) is […]

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Sold Over 3 Million Units in 11 Days

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has, in the U.S., sold over 3 million units since it launched on December 7 and the Nintendo Switch has officially become the fastest-selling console of this current generation through 21 months.

According to Nintendo’s internal sales data and The NPD Group, these milestones point to the continued success of the Nintendo Switch in the U.S., which now has over 8.7 million units sold since its launch in March of 2017.

Through November of this year, Nintendo has also been the overall top-selling software publisher in the U.S., an accomplishment that doesn’t even take into consideration Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

While Super Smash Bros. Ultimate was already crowned the best pre-selling Smash Bros. and Nintendo Switch title, it has now become the fastest-selling Nintendo Switch and Smash Bros. game of all time.

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How a Niche Jazz Imprint, Resonance, Became Record Store Day’s Mascot Label

There’s no such thing as an “official label of Record Store Day,” of course; all of the majors and a significant portion of indie imprints participate in the semi-annual April and November gold rushes for limited-edition vinyl. But if Record Store Day had a mascot label, it would be Resonance Records, a small, L.A.-based jazz independent […]

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PS4 Exclusive Zombie Game ‘Days Gone’ Delayed

Sony is delaying its action-adventure zombie title “Days Gone,” it announced in a PlayStation Blog post on Friday. The game is now expected to release on Apr. 26. “While the studio is eager to see ‘Days Gone’ in the hands of fans, Bend Studio will take the opportunity to further polish ‘Days Gone,’” Sony said. […]

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The Met’s ‘Heavenly Bodies’ Exhibit Has Record-Breaking 1.3M Visitors With 10 Days to Go

THE MET’S SUNDAY BEST: Last-minute museum-goers still have 10 days to catch the record-breaking “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination” exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Fifth Avenue location and The Met Cloisters.
With 1.3 million visitors at the Upper East Side museum and nearly 200,000 at The Met Cloisters — and counting — the show is the most-visited one for The Met’s Costume Institute. Spanning 60,000 square feet and 25 galleries, the exhibition is the largest that has ever been staged. A myriad of designs from Thierry Mugler, Cristóbal Balenciaga, Thom Browne, Azzedine Alaïa, John Galliano for the House of Dior, Claire McCardell, Madeleine Vionnet, Isabel Toledo, Pierpaolo Piccioli for Valentino, Elsa Schiaparelli and other designers are on view throughout the Met. The layout inevitably is leading many attendees to areas of the museum beyond the Costume Institute. On the flip side, visitors who may be in search of non-fashion exhibitions may be introduced and perhaps tempted to explore more in The Costume Institute.
The success of the exhibition has been another winning moment for The Costume Institute’s curator in charge Andrew Bolton, who has helped to rev up attendance numbers in recent years. “Heavenly Bodies” appears to be closing

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JD.com Founder Gets Back to Business in Beijing Days After Arrest in U.S.

Liu Qiangdong’s appearance to announce a partnership with the Chinese company that owns Swiss luxury brand Bally—as Minneapolis police investigate an allegation of sexual misconduct—underscores what business observers describe as his extraordinary confidence.
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PUBG’s Latest Event Mode Takes Players Back to the Early Access Days

PUBG Corp. has announced a new Event Mode that will bring back the loot and rules from the game’s Early Access period.

Early Access Memories is the current PUBG Event Mode that aims to recreate the early days of the game by applying parameters that will take players back to the good old days of Early Access. The Event Mode will also adopt the old loot system, with players able to find level 3 helmets throughout the map, and the Kar98k and Tommy Guns in care packages.

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Facebook blocks Infowars’ Alex Jones from posting for 30 days

Facebook blocks Infowars’ Alex Jones from posting for 30 daysDays after YouTube took down multiple videos from conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’ video channel, Facebook has suspended his account on the platform for 30 days. The InfoWars founder had violated the social network’s Community Standards, according to Mashable. If he or his fellow admins keep breaking the rules, Jones’ personal page could be permanently banned.



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Hellboy Board Game Raises $1 Million in 2 Days

Hellboy: The Board Game has smashed its Kickstarter goal and raised over $ 1 million in just two days.

The Kickstarter campaign went live last week with a goal of £100,000 (around $ 140,000 USD). The campaign reached its goal just 18 minutes later, and surpassed the million dollar mark just under 48 hours later.

The current total is sitting at almost £860,000 at the time of writing, approximately $ 1,178,000, with 25 days to go. A new stretch goal was unveiled yesterday with the addition of a Ragna Rok Rasputin miniature and a new scenario, if the campaign reaches £880,000.

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Secret Getaways, Splits and That Fashion Show: The Early Days of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Romance

ESC: Kate Middleton, Issa Engagement Dress, OriginalIt would be unfair to suggest Prince William put St. Andrews on the map. After all, Scotland’s oldest university has consistently ranked among the UK’s most prestigious and educated its…

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Tom Brady Doesn’t Do ‘Cheat Days’: ‘I Believe in the Ideas of Balance and Moderation’

Tom Brady‘s famous diet is low in meat, high in fiber and free of sugar, strawberries, coffee and more. But he does have the occasional cheeseburger or treat — he just doesn’t call it a “cheat day.”

“I don’t plan ‘cheat days’ … I actually don’t believe in the idea,” the New England Patriots quarterback told PEOPLE in September. “The way I eat makes me feel great. But I believe in the ideas of balance and moderation, and if I’m in a place with incredible food, I’ll absolutely try it.”

As Brady explains in his new book, The TB12 Method, he’ll switch up his diet on special occasions — like a trip to Italy with wife Gisele Bündchen.

“Last year, my wife and I went to Italy, a country that presents a lot of temptation,” he writes. “… In Italy I definitely ate some things that were not TB12-compliant! My brain and body needed that downtime.”

“I won’t always turn down a cheeseburger or an ice cream cone,” he adds. “I just won’t have one every night and I won’t have ten of them, either.”

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In his book, Brady also details the “core concepts of muscle pliability” to which he credits his continued success in the punishing NFL at age 40.

“The improvement I’ve seen in my training is less about any particular movement and more about changing the focus of my training to incorporate pliability,” he tells PEOPLE. “Before and after every workout, my body coach Alex performs deep-force muscle work to make sure my muscles are long, soft and primed for activity.”

Designed in collaboration with Guerrero, the mobility program makes up the bulk of the book, and is also the focus of the TB12 Training Center in Foxboro, Mass. The techniques range from strength-building movements using resistance bands to stretches with vibrating foam rollers and massage balls.

The muscle pliability program hasn’t been scientifically proven to work — a New York Times review of The TB12 Method found no studies or clinical trials on the concept, and Stuart Phillips, a professor at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, and an expert in muscle physiology, told the Times “It’s balderdash.”

But Brady touts the program as the key to his success, and his continued prowess on the field shows that he is clearly doing something right. With the book, he and Guerrero hope to supply “everyone, everywhere” with the muscle pliability program.

“I’d gotten to a place early in my career where I thought physical pain and strain was part of the job. Through working with Alex we’ve improved my muscle pliability, which protects my body, and our resistance band exercises have helped me develop the optimal functional strength I need to succeed on the field,” Brady tells PEOPLE. “I’m definitely a stronger and faster quarterback now compared to my 20s.”


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Altered Carbon Had Joel Kinnaman Naked and Covered in Strange Goo for 2 Days (It Is a Sci-Fi Series After All)

Altered CarbonAltered Carbon, Netflix’s new ambitious science fiction series, required its stars to do things they’ve never done before, including warn their families about certain scenes. To say the…

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Why Steven Spielberg Rushed to Make The Post in 43 Days in Trump Era: ‘I Believe Truth Tellers Are Heroes’

When Steven Spielberg signed on to direct The Post in March, he planned to kick off production in May and have the retelling of the Washington Post‘s 1971 decision to publish the Pentagon Papers ready in time for a December release.

“We wanted to tell a true story about a time when an administration attempted through the courts to squash the free press, and at the pleasure of the Nixon administration, stopped facts and the truth from being disseminated to the American people to the world,” Spielberg, 71, tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue.

The three-time Oscar winner sees the “scary parallels” between the 1970s events and today’s White House, which has repeatedly attacked the press, deemed outlets and stories “fake news” and endorsed “alternative facts.”

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“The relevance of this story is obvious,” he says. “But our movie shows that sometimes hardship is really the rehearsal for the big show, meaning the Pentagon Papers turned into the Watergate investigation. And yet we survived. If we remember that we are all patriots instead of partisan, we will eventually all come out the other side of this.”

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The Post’s Katharine Graham (Meryl Streep) and Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks) serve as early examples of Americans who risked serious government retaliation (the New York Times had received an injunction from the Nixon administration against printing more of the then-classified Pentagon Papers) in order to give the public the information they thought it deserved.

“Both Kay Graham and Ben Bradlee were patriots because they put their country and the truth first at great personal and professional risks,” Spielberg explains. “I really believe that this day in age, truth tellers are heroes. And look in today’s world where some would have us believe there is no difference between beliefs and facts, I think Kay Graham’s action reminds us the facts are the foundation of truth. That’s sort of why I made the movie.”

As the Me Too movement continues to gain support, Graham — the Washington Post‘s first female publisher and the first Fortune 500 CEO — also offers a look at a woman who triumphed against the odds. “There were a bunch of glass ceilings that have been broken ever since our country was founded,” Spielberg says. “But one of the most significant glass ceilings is what Katharine Graham had to smash through.”

And he insists, “Had this movie been made during the Obama administration or had it been made during the Bush administration or the Clinton administration, I think Katharine Graham would’ve still taken on hero status.”

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SoftBank Weighs Offer Price for Uber Shares Days After Hack Disclosure

SoftBank Group is expected to proceed with an offer to buy billions of dollars worth of shares from Uber Technologies’ stakeholders, but the security breach involving 57 million Uber accounts could change the investor’s evaluation of the ride-hailing company’s shares.
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Better Days Unveils Inaugural Art Exhibition With Works From Maripol, Olaf Breuning and Others

DESIGN IN MIND: Despite sounding like a sign of these unsettling times, the restaurant formerly known as Happy Ending quietly reopened as Better Days earlier this month.
But the name change is meant to be an homage to New York City’s music incubators from the Seventies and Eighties. In its original incarnation, Better Days was a place for the disenfranchised to retreat and an escape for artists who danced away their troubles. Owner Oliver Stumm said he wants Better Days to be a neighborhood destination and haven for creatives, so featuring local artists was a natural step in fostering this type of environment.
With that in mind, an exhibition has been culled by Better Days owner Oliver Stumm, as well Rita Cruz, Luke Brown, Eddie Brannan and Skylar Pittman (whose day job is with Bruce Weber’s Studio Little Bear Inc.) The artists they selected are likely to be found at the dinery and downstairs club on any given day. Work from established ones like Jack Pierson, Maripol and Olaf Breuning are in the mix. On view through December, the exhibition will be featured in Better Days’ upstairs space. The downstairs lounge is slated to open Oct. 6.
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Why Carrie Underwood Went from Working Out 6 Days a Week to Just 1 or 2: ‘That Just Kind of Has to Be Okay’

Only made it to the gym twice this week? Then you and Carrie Underwood have something in common.

Though the superstar singer is known for her sculpted legs, she admitted Thursday that she isn’t working out as much as she used to.

“I used to work out six days a week,” Underwood, 34, told E!. “But now that’s a little rare, sometimes it’s one or two times a week and that just kind of has to be okay. And it is okay because whatever I’m doing that’s keeping me out of the gym is important.”

And the Nashville crooner certainly has plenty on her plate. Along with her music, Underwood has her Calia by Carrie Underwood activewear line and a busy life with her husband Mike Fisher, who just retired from the NHL after making it to the Stanley Cup Finals, and their 2-year-old son Isaiah.

Underwood says she makes family time a priority over the gym, but when she does get in a workout, it often becomes a family affair — especially when Isaiah crashes her workouts.

“He probably will, 90% of the time, wander into my workout session,” she said. “But it’s nice to be able to stop and give him a kiss.”

Fisher will join in too, but even the former professional athlete can’t keep up with Underwood.

“Mainly, when we work out together, we’re just working out in the same space,” she said. “But I will say, the other day I was doing the ab wheel … and later on that day, Mike said something like, ‘I’m not ready for the ab wheel yet.’ ”

And along with her ab routine, Underwood will do sprints and lunges in her hilly neighborhood.

“I do a lot of squats, I do a lot of lunges, I do a lot of curtsy lunges, I do a lot of goblet squats, I use the leg press machine,” she said.


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