Why All Eyez On Me Did Well, Despite Bad Reviews

Why All Eyez On Me Did Well, Despite Bad Reviews

Why All Eyez On Me Did Well, Despite Bad Reviews Despite :  The Tupac biopic All Eyez on Me finally hit theaters this weekend, bringing in $27 million dollars and landing the #3 slot in the box office charts in a pretty competitive weekend that also included Cars 3 and Wonder Woman. Plus All Eyes on Me did all of this without any sort of success within the critics circles. Codeblack Films EVP Quincy Newell, who works for the studio that helped produce the film, says there’s a big reason…

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Could Michael Bay Direct Bad Boys 3? Here’s What He Said

Could Michael Bay Direct Bad Boys 3? Here's What He Said

Could Michael Bay Direct Bad Boys 3? Here’s What He Said   Michael : It’s been a long road for Bad Boys 3. The project, which would see the return of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence to the high-action series, has been stuck in development hell for years now, but it had finally seemed to crawl its way out when Joe Carnahan signed on to write and direct. Then it was promptly kicked back into hell by some cruel spirit when Carnahan left the project. Now Bad Boys 3 seeks…

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In US, atheists know religion better than believers. Is that bad?

In US, atheists know religion better than believers. Is that bad?

In US, atheists know religion better than believers. Is that bad? Atheists : A new study shows that many devout Americans know less about religion than do atheists. To some observers, it suggests a shallowness of faith. To others, it is evidence that Americans know the spirit better than the letter of religion. For a highly religious people, Americans have plenty of room to improve their knowledge of religion, according to a new survey that’s stirring debate about the health of faith in America. The US Religious Knowledge Survey, released…

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Pope Francis calls on media to end ‘constant focus on bad news’

Pope Francis calls on media to end ‘constant focus on bad news’

Pope Francis calls on media to end ‘constant focus on bad news’ Pope Francis has urged global news outlets to “stem the spiral of fear” caused by coverage of the world’s tragedies and scandals.“I am convinced that we have to break the vicious circle of anxiety and stem the spiral of fear resulting from a constant focus on ‘bad news,’” the pope said in a message Tuesday (Jan. 24).“This has nothing to do with spreading misinformation that would ignore the tragedy of human suffering, nor is it about a naive…

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