TwitterFacebookListenThe live action "Lion King " is out in theaters now. It should be no surprise that the film gets a few things wrong about lion life. Alberto E. Rodriguez Getty Images for DisneyThere #x27;s no easy way to say this, but "The Lion King " sits on a throne of lies.We #x27;re not talking about the obvious stuff, like all that singing and dancing. Lions and meerkats and warthogs, as far as we know, cannot and do not harmonize to Elton John songs, no matter how catchy the tune is.
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Vivo S1 is expected to launch in India soon. An official teaser video has been released to hint at the debut of the new Vivo S series phone. The video that has been circulated through all social media channels of the Chinese company says "All new S series coming soon" without revealing any specific details. To recall, the Vivo S1 was originally launched in China back in March, alongside the Vivo S1 Pro. A tweaked version of the phone recently entered Indonesia with two distinct colour options, namely Cosmic Green and Skyline Blue.As per the teaser video, Vivo is setting up the stage for a new S series phone in India. The video doesn't explicitly confirm whether the new phone will be the Vivo S1 or a fresh model specifically for the Indian market.
FB Twitter ellipsis More Pinterest Mail Email Print iphone Send Text Message Kurt Russell says that his latest film, #xA0;Once Upon a Time in Hollywood #xA0; was like a flashback to his younger years. #x201C;It reminded me of me and my dad and my friends in the late #x2019;60s and early #x2019;70s. I grew up in that world, #x201D; Russell told Cigar Aficionado in a new interview.
According to a recent YouGov.com poll, which surveyed 42,000 people in 41 countries, the former First Lady topped the list as the Most Admired Woman in the World. Mrs. O even beat out her pal, media mogul Oprah Winfrey, who came in second.
THE SCENE is becoming familiar: a Facebook executive is hauled before Congress in Washington, DC; a public grilling ensues. At least on July 16th and 17th American lawmakers looked better prepared than they were a year ago when they displayed little idea of Facebook s business during hearings over its failure to stop a rogue consultancy from harvesting data on 50m users without permission. This time David Marcus fielded mostly sensible questions about the social network s nascent cryptocurrency project, Libra, which he heads. Would transaction data be mined for valuable spending patterns? How will Facebook make money from Libra, which is to be governed by an independent body based in Switzerland?Mr Marcus offered reasonable answers. User consent will be required to mine transaction data; money will come from advertisers, happy to pay to gain access to consumers more willing to part with their money thanks to easier online payments. The big question on everybody s mind was different, however: why on Earth would scandal plagued Facebook launch a global financial instrument at all?
Unlike the Apollo program that put astronauts on the moon 50 years ago, NASA is gearing up for a long term presence on Earth's satellite that the agency says will eventually enable humans to reach Mars.
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According to a report in Indian Express, Akshay said at the trailer launch, ”We didn 't have that much knowledge about Mars Orbiter Mission before we started working on the film. But slowly we came to know a lot, and it is because of Jagan (director Jagan Shakti). Mangalyaan cost only Rs 450 crores while NASA spent more than Rs 6000 crore for American Maven orbiter. My film 2.0 had a budget of 500 crore and this was less than that, so we are so proud. ”Akshay plays mission director Rakesh Dhawan and leads the initiative in the film. However, the actor says, ”This film is about the women and it will always be. ” The actor added that there was no question of saying no to such an offer and added, ”Bringing five female actors together was such a difficult task. I had to do the film. ”
FB Twitter ellipsis More Pinterest Mail Email Print iphone Send Text Message Image zoom Frederick M. Brown Getty Keep your cool -- one of the most popular frozen treats of all time may be staging a comeback, and it #x2019;s all thanks to Justin Bieber.The singer took to Twitter back in May to ask a question on many people #x2019;s minds: Whatever happened to Popsicle #x2019;s Double Pops?
For decades, researchers and parents have searched for clues about what causes autism spectrum disorder (ASD), which now affects about 1 out of every 59 children in the United States. Now, a sweeping new study looking at more than 2 million people from five countries (Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Israel and Australia) found that about 80% of an individual 's risk of developing autism comes from inherited genetic factors and not from ”environmental ” influences, meaning anything other than changes to a gene 's DNA.
FB Twitter ellipsis More Pinterest Mail Email Print iphone Send Text Message Image zoom Herbert (left) and Marilyn Frances Delaigle WRDW Herbert and Marilyn Frances Delaigle, of Waynesboro, Georgia, were inseparable after their wedding day 71 years ago. On Friday, they died 12 hours apart.Herbert, 94, died at 2:20 a.m. and 88 year old Marilyn died at 2:20 p.m., according to WRDW. They leave behind six children, 16 grandchildren, 25 great grandchildren and three great great grandchildren, his obituary says.
Trump said Monday on Twitter that "China's 2nd Quarter growth is the slowest it has been in more than 27 years," touting his 25 percent tariffs on some $250 billion worth of Chinese goods as "having a major effect on companies wanting to leave China for non tariffed countries.""This is why China wants to make a deal with the U.S., and wishes it had not broken the original deal in the first place," the president tweeted.
The head of a private radio station in eastern Afghanistan says it was shut down after numerous threats from a Taliban commander in the area who objected to women being employed at the station, while a local official said that a private dispute was behind the incident. Ramez Azimi, director of the Samaa station in the city of Ghazni, the capital of eastern Ghazni Province, says he received phone calls as well as written warnings purportedly from the Taliban commander. Several districts in Ghazni are controlled by the Taliban. Azimi says the Taliban threatened them because three of the station's 16 employees are women. He said the threats had forced him to suspend broadcasts. A spokesman for Ghazni's provincial governor, Aref Noori, told RFE RL s Radio Free Afghanistan on July 16 that the individual who had threatened the radio station has been detained. He suggested that there hadn t been any threats or warnings from the Taliban. After receiving a complaint from the managers of the radio station, we arrested the individual who had made threats through telephone calls three days ago, Noori said, adding that the individual remains in detention. Zabihullah Mujahid, a Taliban spokesman, also denied the militants had threatened Samaa. Under the rule of the Taliban in Afghanistan, women were denied the right to education and work. The Taliban has recently said it is committed to upholding women's rights under Islam, including the right to education, work, health, inheritance, and choosing one's husband.
NASA says the ISS may be able to be spotted across Hawaii skies this week.Weather permitting, the ISS in the sky will look like a bright star or airplane without the flashing lights moving across the sky.