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'Safe Haven' May Appeal to Women, But to Men, Too

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Novelist and screenwriter Nicholas Sparks' body of work has a virtue generally reserved for manufactured goods: brand consistency. It's made him one of the most popular purveyors of romantic drama. You always know what you're getting when you pick up any one of Sparks' 16 novels (80 million copies in print worldwide) or watch one of his eight film adaptations (average worldwide gross $94.7 million). "Guess you can call them chick flicks," said Josh Duhamel, who plays the male lead in Sparks' latest big-screen adaptation, Safe Haven, which opens on Valentine's Day. "But Safe Haven is so much more than a chick flick," Duhamel adds. "It's ... more

Seagal, Sheriff Train Arizonans to Guard Schools

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PHOENIX - The self-proclaimed "America's Toughest Sheriff" joined forces this weekend with action movie star Steven Seagal to train volunteer armed posse members to defend Phoenix-area schools against gunmen. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio announced the controversial plan in the wake of the Newtown, Conn., school shooting that left 27 people dead, including the gunman and 20 first-graders. The exercise took place Saturday at a closed school site in suburban Fountain Hills, outside Phoenix, where sheriff's SWAT members acted as shooters and teenagers played the part of students during mock scenarios involving up to three gunmen. Seag... more

Afghan Boys From Nominated Film to Walk Red Carpet

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KABUL, Afghanistan - Fawad Mohammadi has spent half his life peddling maps and dictionaries to foreigners on a street of trinket shops in Kabul. Now the 14-year-old Afghan boy with bright green eyes is getting ready for a trip down the red carpet at the Oscars. It will also be his first time out of the country and his first time on a plane. Mohammadi was plucked from the dingy streets of the Afghan capital to be one of the main stars of "Buzkashi Boys," a coming-of-age movie filmed entirely in a war zone and nominated in the Best Live Action Short Film category. The movie is about two penniless young boys - a street urchin and a blacksm... more

Director Rebuffed on Film Tied to Newtown

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A director is facing a backlash for wanting to make a film near Newtown, Conn., about a mentally ill teen and his parents' fears after the Sandy Hook shootings. "I will do everything in my power to prevent this," Ridgefield, Conn., First Selectman Rudy Marconi told The (Danbury) News-Times after Jonathan Bucari and a film crew scouted locations in Ridgefield over the weekend, including an elementary school. The psychological wounds from the Dec. 14, 2012, mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School that left 20 schoolchildren and six adult staff members dead are still too fresh, Marconi told WVIT-TV, West Hartford. "Mr. Bucari is goin... more

Congressman Sees Factual Flaw in 'Lincoln'

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HARTFORD, Conn. - As Rep. Joe Courtney watched the Oscar-nominated "Lincoln" over the weekend, something didn't seem right to him. He said Tuesday he was shocked that the Oscar-nominated film, about President Abraham Lincoln's political struggle to abolish slavery, includes a scene in which two Connecticut congressmen vote against the 13th amendment to the Constitution, outlawing slavery. "`Wow. Connecticut voted against abolishing slavery?'" Courtney recalled hearing audience members ask. "I obviously had the same reaction. It was really bugging me." He said a cursory Internet search confirmed his suspicions that the movie, directed by... more

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