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News Archives for 2013

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Movie Harkens to '07 SKorean Abductions by Taliban

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Associated Press | Oct 23, 2013

BUSAN, South Korea - The South Korean Christians kidnapped by the Taliban in Afghanistan in 2007 returned home to not just relief but outrage, rapped for engaging in zealous missionary activity in the Islamic country in defiance of government warnings and forcing South Korea to negotiate for their release. A new drama by director Lee Jang-ho, well-known in South Korea for his commercial movies in the 1970s and the 1980s, borrows from those true events to examine religious conviction in a country that sends out many of the world's Christian missionaries. "God's Eye View" portrays Christian volunteers kidnapped by Muslim rebels while on an... more

Film Director Urges Japan to Improve Nuclear Power

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Associated Press | Oct 23, 2013

TOKYO - Dressed in white hazmat coveralls and carrying a dosimeter, documentary film director Robert Stone ventured into the damaged Fukushima nuclear plant's exclusion zone a year after a massive earthquake and tsunami triggered meltdowns in three reactors. As he encountered abandoned homes, shops and toppled cars in the scene in his new film "Pandora's Promise," Stone asked a traveling companion, "So, are you still pro-nuclear?" Stone, a British filmmaker based in New York, confronts viewers with the thorny question of whether nuclear energy should be abandoned because of the Fukushima disaster. His answer is no, because he believes nu... more

Thor Takes a Hit for Womankind

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Associated Press | Oct 23, 2013

LONDON - Natalie Portman says hitting Chris Hemsworth was "one small slap for womankind." The actress, who reprises her role as Jane Foster in "Thor: The Dark World," gives the superhero a smack in the Marvel sequel. "Thor: The Dark World" has its world premiere in London Tuesday and is out in U.S. cinemas Nov. 8. In an interview on Saturday, Portman said that she channeled all her single girlfriends: "You hear all these stories about guys and it's just good to get a nice on-screen slap like `you didn't call me back.'" The intention may have been payback but, according to Hemsworth, the result was less so. "It just got really funny an... more

Michael Bay Attacked on 'Transformers' Set

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Associated Press | Oct 21, 2013

HONG KONG - Hollywood director Michael Bay was attacked and slightly injured on the set of the fourth installment of the "Transformers" movie series filming in Hong Kong, police said. A police spokeswoman said two brothers surnamed Mak who own a shop near the movie set approached Bay and demanded 100,000 Hong Kong dollars ($13,000) on Thursday. When Bay refused to pay, they assaulted him, she said. The brothers also allegedly assaulted three police officers who were called to the set. The spokeswoman said Bay suffered a minor injury to his face but declined medical treatment. She spoke on customary condition of anonymity. Mak Chi-shing... more

Hollywood-Style Sting Nabs Alleged Pirate Kingpin

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Associated Press | Oct 21, 2013

BRUSSELS - The alleged pirate kingpin thought he was going work in the movies. Instead he landed in jail. In a sting operation worthy of Hollywood, Mohamed Abdi Hassan was lured from Somalia to Belgium with promises of work on a documentary about high-seas crime that would "mirror his life as a pirate," federal prosecutor Johan Delmulle said Monday. But rather than being behind the camera as an expert adviser, Abdi Hassan ended up behind bars, nabbed as he landed Saturday at Brussels airport. "(He's) one of the most important and infamous kingpin pirate leaders, responsible for the hijacking of dozens of commercial vessels from 2008 to ... more

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