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USC falls flat in first loss to Oregon State at Coliseum since 1960

LOS ANGELES — Remember that one weekend where it felt like USC had turned the corner and was starting to look like a cohesive team? All the way back one week ago in Pullman? Well, those warm feelings didn’t find their way back to Los Angeles. In another stunningly-lifeless performance in front of the home fans, USC fell 45-27 to Oregon State, as Donte Williams’ first home as interim head coach ended with the Trojans’ first loss to the Beavers in the Coliseum since 1960, John McKay’s first year a...
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USC faces Oregon State eager to light up the Coliseum

Donte Williams grew up playing Pop Warner football in Baldwin Hills, and every season his team was given tickets to see USC play in the Coliseum. They’d go to one game a year, sitting together and cheering for the Trojans. On Saturday, it will be Williams leading the Trojans (2-1, 1-1 in Pac-12) onto the field for the first time as USC’s interim head coach. In the week-and-a-half since the promotion and Saturday’s game against Oregon State (2-1, 0-0), Williams estimates he’s received more than 1...
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One Hit Wonder Day: Who’s the greatest? It’s debatable

Saturday, Sept. 25, is One-Hit Wonder Day, so we take a look at artists who soared on the pop charts once, but could never quite repeat that success. Not a perfect science The debate over what is the greatest one-hit wonder is right up there with “Star Wars” versus “Star Trek” and Beatles versus Stones. But it is also a debate for how to do the math in determining a one-hit wonder. The list below is from Top40Weekly.com. They have a formula for rating songs and one-hit wonders. They say their go...
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Oregon State at USC: TV info, scouting report and prediction

Oregon State at USC When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday Where: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum TV/Radio: FS1/AM 790 Records: Oregon State 2-1, 0-0 in Pac-12; USC 2-1, 1-1 Oregon State stats QB Chance Nolan: 45-64, 634 yards, 5 TDs, 0 INTs RB B.J. Baylor: 38 carries, 264 yards, 7 TDs WR Trevon Bradford: 12 recs., 171 yards LB Avery Roberts: 25 tackles, 1 sack, 1 PBU DB Rejzohn Wright: 13 tackles, 5 PBUs Oregon State injury report: N/A Oregon State wins if: Baylor leads the Beavers as a whole to another nea...
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Don't Worry, Quentin Tarantino Didn't Understand Tenet Either

Christopher Nolan's "Tenet" was big, ambitious, and also kind of confusing. It didn't help that the sound was mixed in such a way that it was difficult to understand what the heck everyone was saying. If you were perplexed by Nolan's time-bending action pic, don't fret – you're in good company. During a recent podcast appearance, Quentin Tarantino revealed that the film confused him and that he would probably be better served by checking it out again. Just call him Quentenet Tenetino! Or don't! ...
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The 14 Most Important Sci-Fi Directors Of The Last 50 Years

Of all the fictional genres, sci-fi is the one most interested in exploring man's relationship to science and technology, delving into both the possibilities and the consequences of humanity's technological advancements, envisioning futuristic and faraway worlds, and questioning our place in a universe full of unknown wonders. Over the past 50 years, technology has changed our world in previously unimagined ways, and science fiction has adjusted accordingly. While there have been a host of incre...
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The 15 DC Animated Movies You Need To Watch

Whereas Marvel has triumphed magnificently over DC in terms of live-action movies, the California-based comics giant has always prevailed when it comes to animated output. With the success of the Spider-verse and "What If...?" projects the tide may well be turning, but ever since the "Batman: The Animated Series" feature-length spin-off "Mask of the Phantasm" was released in 1993, there has been a regular stream of good, quality material emerging from the DC stable.It'd be churlish to deny there...
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Winning start for Ireland in Home Internationals

8&6 winners Robert Moran (IRL) and Alex Maguire (IRL) celebrate at the scoreboard during day 1 foursomes matches at the R&A Mens Home Internationals 2021, Hankley Common Golf Club, Tilford, Farnham, Surrey, England. 15/09/2021. Picture David Lloyd / Golffile.ie International debutants Alex Maguire, Jack McDonnell, TJ Ford and Liam Nolan picked up po...
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The 14 Greatest Science Fiction Movies Of The 21st Century

The last two decades have seen an embarrassment of riches for fans of science fiction. Iconic sci-fi franchises like "Star Wars" and "Planet of the Apes" have returned with some of their greatest installments. Filmmakers like Christopher Nolan, Denis Villeneuve, and Alex Garland have pushed the genre forward with stylish, thought-provoking films that prove there's demand for original science fiction stories as well. Sci-fi now intersects regularly with other genres, including fantasy, action, ho...
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Christopher Nolan will make his next movie with Universal after falling out with Warner Bros.

Christopher Nolan with John David Washington on the set of "Tenet." Warner Bros. Universal has landed Christopher Nolan's next movie. Warner Bros. has been involved with all of Nolan's films for nearly two decades, until now. Nolan was critical of Warner Bros.' decision to release its movies this year to theaters and HBO Max simultaneously. See more stories on Insider's business page. Filmmaker Christopher Nolan is ending his nearly 20-year partnership with Warner Bros.Univ...
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Nolan Sets Next Film With Universal, Spurning Warner Bros.

After a public fallout over release strategy with Warner Bros.
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Christopher Nolan Chooses Universal Pictures For His A-Bomb Movie, Leaving Warner Bros.

Warner Bros.' loss has turned into Universal's gain. We recently learned that Christopher Nolan, the A-list director behind "The Dark Knight" trilogy and "Dunkirk," among many others, was looking for a home for his latest movie. It will reportedly focus on Robert Oppenheimer, the man behind the atom bomb. Nolan has reportedly landed on Universal, which is without a doubt a huge get.Per Deadline, Universal Pictures will finance and distribute Nolan's next movie. It has officially been given the g...
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Dune Could Still Get A Sequel Even If It Underperforms Thanks To HBO Max

After several delays, "Dune" is fast-approaching its October 22 release date. Some lucky festival attendees, like our own Marshall Shaffer, have already had a chance to see and review the film. The rest of us are marooned on our own spice-free planets (#NotArrakis), waiting for it to go into wide release next month.Like every other Warner Bros. film in 2021, "Dune" is not going to have a conventional rollout, with a 90-day theatrical window, followed by a home media release. The movie will inste...
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Don't Worry Darling: Florence Pugh And Harry Styles Furiously Make Out In Olivia Wilde's Psychological Thriller

Between Greta Gerwig, Maggie Gyllenhaal, and Olivia Wilde, I couldn't be more thrilled about this great-actor-to-surprisingly-great-filmmaker pipeline in recent years. Gerwig has quickly established herself as one of the best and most in-demand writer/directors in the business right now and Gyllenhaal's "The Lost Daughter" recently premiered to positive reactions at the Venice Film Festival. After debuting with the very well-received comedy "Booksmart" in 2019, Wilde is now flexing her genre mus...
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Every Christopher Nolan Film Ranked Worst To Best

Christopher Nolan is easily one of the most influential filmmakers working today. While the "Dark Knight" trilogy ranks as his highest-grossing set of films to date, Nolan is one of the few directors who generates blockbuster-worthy box office takes for original stories. His mind-bending, special effects-heavy features have made him is a favorite among younger film fans, but he's often praised by his contemporaries as well.The financial success of Nolan's films is matched by their critical accla...
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Christopher Nolan's Next Project Will Tackle J. Robert Oppenheimer And The A-Bomb

Big news, Nolanites: Christopher Nolan is lining up his next film and now we know what it will be about. The director of "Memento" and "The Dark Knight" trilogy is shopping his latest script around Tinseltown, and in a move that should surprise no one, he's looking to movie studios outside his usual sandbox of Warner Bros.Deadline reports that Nolan's next film will focus on "J. Robert Oppenheimer's role in the development of the atom bomb during WWII." There's no title yet that we know of, but ...
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Christopher Nolan Talking to Several Studios About WWII Film About J. Robert Oppenheimer

Christopher Nolan has had discussions with several major studios about his next film, revolving around J. Robert Oppenheimer and his involvement developing the atom bomb during World War II. While Nolan’s last few films were all at Warner Bros., the director was not pleased when WarnerMedia made the decision to put its entire 2021 slate […]
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Movies Like Inception That Are Definitely Worth Watching

Christopher Nolan's love for metaphysical themes transcends his whole filmography. His movies question reality and identity and dive deep into complicated existential tales built around memories, dreams and time. He's also known for his sleek images and larger-than-life soundscapes.If the Dark Knight Trilogy put Christopher Nolan on the map as a film director who could work with big studios, the blockbuster "Inception" (2010) that cemented his storytelling style in the general public's eye. "Inc...
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Christopher Nolan's Filmography Predicted Our Current Masked, Muffled Reality

It's been a year now since Christopher Nolan's "Tenet," the movie that was supposed to bounce us back from the pandemic and save theaters, landed in the United States. For those who ventured out to see it, "Tenet" may have provided a surreal moviegoing experience — if only because the scene in the theater mirrored the one onscreen. In both of them, people had their faces covered in masks.There are any number of movies or TV shows that could be said to have "predicted" aspects of the real-world f...
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Red Notice Trailer: The Rock Is The Only One Who Can Bring In Ryan Reynolds And Gal Gadot

Nowadays, it feels like the only surefire way for non-brand names to get an original movie greenlit is to head over to a streaming service, pitch an idea that features lots of guns and explosions, and use the unholy amounts of money at their disposal to cast a handful of the biggest movie stars in the world. "Red Notice" managed to buck that trend, originally starting out as a traditional studio release before ultimately becoming Netflix's latest attempt to risk plunging themselves further into ...
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Movies Like Interstellar That Are Definitely Worth Watching

"Interstellar" is the closest thing to a classic science fiction movie that Christopher Nolan' has made so far, blending hard sci-fi tropes with an earnest exploration of humanity's drive to survive. For science fiction fans, it's instantly familiar stuff. Nolan's storytelling doesn't always land as powerfully as the movie's visual effects, but "Interstellar" still works as a thoughtful, understated love-letter to the stories that built the science fiction genre.Stripped to its basics, "Interste...
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Actors Who Died In 2021

Every year seems worse than the last when it comes to the number of bright lives that we've lost. In the end, death makes us all equals. But the work actors do, telling stories that inspire us, helps them to live on in our memories longer than most. We may not know these people personally, they become a part of us. We let them into our living rooms, and let them tell us about the parts of our world -- or, sometimes, a make-believe one ---that we may not get to see for ourselves.The entertainment...
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The 20 Best Heist Movies Of All Time

Heist movies transcend genre. You can have frivolous, fun heist movies like "The Italian Job," or heartfelt, straight-faced ones like "Point Break." The heist itself can be meticulously planned and meditative, like the one in "Inside Man," or fall apart before it's even begun, as in "Good Time."To be clear, this is a list of heist films, not movies about con artists. "The Sting," "The Brothers Bloom," and "Gambit" are all brilliant, but the heist tropes -- planning the mission, gathering the tea...
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Matt Reeves Wants The Batman To Be "The Most Emotional Batman Movie Ever Made"

Fans tend to have a very specific shortlist of items they expect to see in Batman movies, items that don't really apply as much to other comic book adaptations: a great Bat-suit, a pervasive sense of self-serious grittiness, and a high degree of faithfulness to the comics, to name just a few. "Emotion" doesn't usually seem to rank at the top of these demands, but that's exactly what director Matt Reeves is committed to delivering with "The Batman." Shaking Things Up These days, the question of h...
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Hurricane Henri could leave millions of people in New England without power for up to 10 days

Fallen tree on power lines. Gordon Donovan/Getty Images Hurricane Henri is expected to hit Long Island starting late Saturday and the storm will barrel up to Maine, the NWS said. Power companies have already started preparations, expecting mass outages. Last year, tropical storm Isaias left over 2 million Americans without power for days. See more stories on Insider's business page. Hurricane Henri could leave millions of people across the densely-populated northeastern United States...
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‘Interstellar’ Ending Explained: Join Us in the Space Library as We Ask “Does It Hold Up?”

The very first image we see in Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar is a bookshelf with a toy space shuttle on it. There are dust motes in the air, like you might see in the light of an old movie projector, only these aren’t from simple house dust. They’re from a dust storm. Interstellar made its original theatrical run back in late 2014 when lead actor Matthew McConaughey was enjoying a career resurgence, colloquially known as the “McConaissance.” By now, it’s one of those movie titles that could ...
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Why the future of movie theaters is looking uncertain again

"Venom: Let There Be Carnage." Sony Some Hollywood studios have once again started delaying their movies or selling them to streamers. It's a sign that theaters could face more complications as concerns over the coronavirus intensify. Here is Insider's guide to how Hollywood and movie theaters got to this point, and what the future looks like. See more stories on Insider's business page. While the North American box office has yet to rebound, there have been some signs of recov...
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25 of the highest-paid movie roles of all time, including $100 million for a single film

Keanu Reeves in "The Matrix" Warner Bros. Actors don't get paid like they used to, but some can still negotiate huge deals. Actors like Will Smith, Ryan Reynolds, and Daniel Craig have struck big with Netflix movies. Robert Downey Jr. was the highest-paid actor of the Marvel Cinematic Universe by far. See more stories on Insider's business page. It's rare for actors to rake in huge salaries today, at least compared to the days when audiences were drawn to a movie primarily base...
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Batman & Robin: time to revisit Joel Schumacher’s maligned, silly and endlessly quotable film

The widely detested 1997 adaptation and its various bizarre spin-offs are worth a reappraisal in this era in which nothing makes senseSerious comic book fans and discerning cinephiles consider director Joel Schumacher’s Batman & Robin from 1997 one of the worst films ever made – but they are wrong. It’s easily more entertaining than Christopher Nolan’s feted Batman trilogy (come at me Nolanites) – an endlessly quotable and absurd corporate climate change parable and the source of teenage mania a...
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Best motorcycle helmets

What is the best motorcycle helmet 2021? These are the best 2021 motorcycle helmets. Shoei Neotec 2, best-selling helmet. AGV Sportmodular, a very light sports helmet. Arai Tour-X, a fun helmet with elegance. Shoei X-Spirit 3, the first sports helmet. Arai Concept-X, an old Japanese helmet. What is the best helmet brand in Philippines? Because helmets save lives! RXR Open face Motorcycle helmet. … Open Face Spy Helmet with Integrated Visor. … Morena Cobra Full Face Motorcycle Helmet. … LS...
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