Leonardo DiCaprio gave Maggie Smith a massive Valentine's kiss at the Baftas

Leonardo DiCaprio gave Maggie Smith a massive Valentine’s kiss at the Baftas

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LONDON — The 69th BAFTAs took place at London’s Covent Garden Sunday, and there was a new addition this year: an unexpected “kiss cam” that singled out pairs of people in the audience for impromptu snogs.

The Valentine’s feature saw a number of celebs get affectionate after the camera zoomed in on them: Bryan Cranston kissed Julianne Moore, while Rebel Wilson got stuck in with comedian Eddie Izzard.

The best pairing by far, though, was Leonardo DiCaprio and Maggie Smith, whose moment took everyone by surprise.

Nice one, BAFTA; we’ll have this feature back again next year, please. Read more…

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Disney princesses speak less than men in their films, data shows

Disney princesses speak less than men in their films, data shows
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“Seen and not heard” is an adage that applies more to Disney princesses than you think.

Interesting (and disappointing) new research shows that since 1989, Disney princesses speak less than men in their films, according to The Washington Post

Data linguists Carmen Fought and Karen Eisenhauer analyzed all dialogue in Disney princess films and found that men have three times as many lines as female characters. This trend started with the Little Mermaid, where men speak 68% of the time. The statistics carry on well into the ’90s from there, with men speaking 71% of the time in Beauty and the Beast, 76% of the time in Pocahontas and 77% of the time in Mulan Read more…

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Sundance: Werner Herzog's 'Lo and Behold' plumbs the Internet's impact

Sundance: Werner Herzog’s ‘Lo and Behold’ plumbs the Internet’s impact

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PARK CITY, Utah — Does the Internet dream of itself?

Will people even need human contact in the future?

Isn’t it weird to see monks looking at their smartphones?

SEE ALSO: ‘Werner Herzog’ narrates ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’ trailer

These are just a few of the modern existential humdingers explored in Lo and Behold, the latest deep-dive documentary from none other than Werner Herzog. The nihilistic filmmaker plumbs the digital revolution’s impact on humans, from the birth of the Internet to its inevitable (or, possibly already existing) sentience

Mashable brings you this first look at the full-sized poster for the film, which has its world premiere Saturday in Park City at the Marc: Read more…

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Key and Peele made a movie about a cat, and it looks awesome

Key and Peele made a movie about a cat, and it looks awesome

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If you feel yourself getting Hollywood sequel fatigue, fear not: Original movies are still out there, like the upcoming Keanu, from the minds and faces of Key & Peele.

Jordan Peele, who co-wrote the film’s script with Alex Rubens, stars as a man who finds an adorable kitten on his doorstep after his girlfriend breaks up with him. Keegan-Michael Key plays his loyal best friend, who helps Peele investigate when the kitten, Keanu, goes missing.

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When it turns out Keanu is in the custody of gangsters, the two friends go deep undercover, lying about their copacetic suburban life to fit in with the thugs and bring the cat home. Read more…

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'13 Hours' review: A hot plate of Michael Bay military action, hold the politics

’13 Hours’ review: A hot plate of Michael Bay military action, hold the politics

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LOS ANGELES — As a Michael Bay-branded entertainment, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi is a doozy: a fierce, fiery, heart-thumping paramilitary shootout survival adventure with a backbone of likable characters and “true story” stakes. Whizzing bullets, chunky muscles, gritted white teeth, explosions as jump-scares — it’s all here, and it’s glorious.

As a political statement? That aspect is a lot more subtle. And certainly up for debate.

SEE ALSO: Hillary Clinton’s Benghazi testimony

13 Hours is the story of the Sept. 11, 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, in which four Americans — including U.S. ambassador J. Christopher Stevens — were killed during a siege that lasted as long as the title suggests. Republicans have seized on the conflict as a campaign flashpoint, blaming the Obama administration (and then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in particular) for lax security that precipitated the attack and indifferent military response once it was underway. Read more…

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Actress Amandla Stenberg comes out as bisexual in Snapchat video

Actress Amandla Stenberg comes out as bisexual in Snapchat video

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Actress and teen activist Amandla Stenberg came out as bisexual on Friday, and used Snapchat to do it.

The former Hunger Games star is currently on the cover of Teen Vogue and took over the magazine’s Snapchat account to deliver a series of candid video messages while wearing a “Black Girls are Magic” sweater

She first thanked the magazine for providing representation for other black girls, expressing how “deeply bruising” it is to “fight against your identity and to mold yourself into shapes that you just shouldn’t be in.”

“As someone who identifies as a black, bisexual woman, I’ve been through it,” she says Read more…

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Samuel L. Jackson puts his own spin on iconic movie lines

Samuel L. Jackson puts his own spin on iconic movie lines

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Somehow, Samuel L. Jackson does not have his own catchphrase — and no, “I have had it with these motherf*ckin’ snakes on this motherfu*kin’ plane!” doesn’t count

So during Monday’s Late Show, Stephen Colbert offered Jackson a few already-iconic movie catchphrases for Jackson to put his legendary stamp on

“Nobody puts baby in a corner” has never sounded so badass

Jackson also did Colbert a solid and recorded an outgoing message for his voicemail. Why isn’t this an app yet?

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'Inside Out' without the emotions is still a tear-jerker

‘Inside Out’ without the emotions is still a tear-jerker

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Even without the emotions, this movie can still give you all the feels.

Video editor Jordan Hanzon has recut the movie Inside Out, eliminating all the “inside” scenes featuring the emotion characters who live in 11-year-old Riley’s mind

Without those colorful, emotional characters, the movie plays more like a montage about a young girl who runs away after having trouble coping with a difficult move. There’s also a lot of hockey.

Either way, it’s still a tear-jerker.

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Here are all the box office records 'Star Wars' hasn't broken — yet

Here are all the box office records ‘Star Wars’ hasn’t broken — yet

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A new day, a new record shattered by Star Wars: The Force Awakens. J.J. Abrams’ powerful return to George Lucas’ cinematic universe is topping various box office lists with all the force of a Death Star beam.

Which got us wondering — what records hasn’t the movie broken? Thanks to Box Office Mojo, we weren’t wondering for long.

Highest-grossing film — domestic

To start (but certainly not to end), the movie is just shy of topping the list of the U.S.’s highest-grossing films ever. For now, the number one spot still belongs to James Cameron’s Avatar — but expect that to change quickly in the coming days Read more…

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