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Steve McNiven's Old Man Logan, Recreated As Shoreditch Graffiti By Twentieth Century Fox

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Alongside the release of the movie on Blu-Ray and DVD, the PR folk of Twentieth Century Fox unveiled a piece of graffiti artwork recreating that image, in Shoreditch, London, just round the corner from the similar Glenn Fabry-recreated cover to ...

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TV, films turning to young girls for their new action stars

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This image released by Twentieth Century Fox shows Dafne Keen, right, and Hugh Jackman in a scene from "Logan." (Ben Rothstein/Twentieth Century Fox via AP) (Associated Press)This image released by Twentieth Century Fox shows Dafne Keen, right, ...

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William F. Buckley, Jr. was arguably the most politically influential Catholic in twentieth-century America. Alvin S. Felzenberg tells the story of Buckley's political journey, and its impact on history, in A Man and His Presidents (Yale). Bill was a ...

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The Rise of the Thought Leader

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Such laments frequently cite Russell Jacoby's The Last Intellectuals (1987), which complained about the post-1960s professionalization of academia and waxed nostalgic for the bohemian, “independent” intellectuals of the earlier twentieth century ...

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