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netflix roulette

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Article inside Box office preview: Office Christmas Party, Miss Sloane enter crowded slate

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As the film industry’s focus turns to awards season, Jennifer Aniston’s Office Christmas Party will face off against prestige titles as this week’s most prominent new wide release. Joining the seasonal comedy in theaters across the country is Jessica Chastain’s Miss Sloane, while strong Thanksgiving holdovers like Moana, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Arrival, and Allied make the weekend rounds yet again.

Here’s how the Dec. 9-11 weekend box office showdown could play out:

1. Office Christmas Party - $18.5 million

Looking to capitalize on holiday-themed hilarity in the weeks leading up to Christmas, Office Christmas Party hits 3,210 theaters as the biggest comedy on the market until the Bryan Cranston/James Franco laugher Why Him? drops on Dec. 23. Paramount’s marketing campaign has been aggressive — especially online — and the film boasts an impressive ensemble cast of contemporary comedy staples like Kate McKinnon, Jason Bateman, Vanessa Bayer, and T.J. Miller, which should be enough to boost the film to a solid opening number (with long legs to follow through the traditionally lucrative holiday stretch).

Unless audiences are dissuaded by the film’s middling critical reviews (or simply worn out from Christmas fare, as both Bad Santa 2 and Almost Christmas failed to crack $50 million earlier this year), look for Office Christmas Party to gross anywhere between $15-20 million this weekend.

2. Moana - $18 million

It’ll be a fierce battle for the weekend crown, and Disney’s Moana could slip to the runner-up slot over its third weekend if Office Christmas Party opens well. Using Disney’s Frozen — which also opened during Thanksgiving week in 2013 — as a barometer, Moana is poised to shed 25 to 35 percent this weekend, which would put it in direct competition with Office Christmas Party’s potential gross.

The animated flick, which features the voices of Auli’i Cravalho and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, has made $124.8 million in North America thus far and a further $59.8 million overseas for a worldwide haul of $184.5 million, pushing Disney’s record-breaking year at the box office even higher ahead of the studio’s release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story in the coming days.

As the biggest family animated picture in release, Moana should pull in $18-21 million this weekend.

3. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them - $10 million

J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter spin-off (based on her first screenplay) cast a spell on audiences at the domestic box office, tallying $187 million thus far, and will add around $10 million to its total this weekend as it drops one rung to No. 3 on the North American chart. Worldwide, the $180 million production has earned $611.8 million through Wednesday, making it the lowest-grossing entry in the cinematic Potterverse, though it is the third highest-grossing Warner Bros. release of the year, falling behind Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice ($330 million) and Suicide Squad ($325 million).

4. Arrival - $5 million

Denis Villeneuve’s critically lauded sci-fi drama continues to make bank and reap pre-Oscar accolades, landing a spot on the AFI top 10 list one day before heading into its fifth weekend in wide release. The Amy Adams-starring film over-performed to the tune of $24 million during its premiere three-day frame, and has fallen slightly every week since. It should continue the trend this weekend, likely grossing an additional $4-6 million by Sunday.

5. Allied - $4.2 million

Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard’s first onscreen pairing faltered over the Thanksgiving holiday, pulling in $17.7 million across the five-day frame, slightly below expectations. The film has earned a little more than $31 million during its domestic run, and a further $26 million overseas. That’s still a far cry from recouping its ambitious $85 million production budget, but due to a lack of competition in the field of adult-leaning historical dramas, the film should see another relatively slight dip in grosses from week 2 to week 3, finishing the weekend somewhere in the $4-5.5 million range.

Outside the top 5, Miss Sloane widens to 1,598 locations, which should see its solid per-theater averages in limited release ($19,932 for week one, $11,213 for week two) cut exponentially. The John Madden-directed political drama has received positive reviews for Chastain’s leading performance, and EuropaCorp is looking at a muted opening in the $2-4 million ballpark.

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President Barack Obama will appear on “The Daily Show With Trevor Noah” Monday, Dec. 12, Comedy Central announced. The episode will be simulcast across Comedy Central and fellow Viacom networks MTV and BET.

The guest spot will be Obama’s first appearance on “The Daily Show” since Trevor Noah took over as host last year. It will be his last time on the late-night talker as president, with Obama set to leave office in January.

Monday’s segment will be Obama’s first interview on a late-night talk show since the November presidential election. The interview is set to take place at the White House.

Obama has appeared on “The Daily Show” as a guest seven times — the last in July 2015, one month before Jon Stewart departed as host of the series. That episode drew 1.514 million total viewers. The most recent week of original episodes of “The Daily Show” averaged 530,000 total viewers. Although the show’s ratings have lagged since Stewart’s departure, Noah has gained increased attention since the election for segments such as his recent interview with right-wing commentator Tomi Lahren. The show has also seen its multiplatform streams increase 180% from a year ago.

“The Daily Show With Trevor Noah” airs weeknights at 11 p.m. on Comedy Central.

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Image inside Fan Concept Art for the Starship Troopers Reboot

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About a month ago it was announced that the campy cult favorite Starship Troopers would be getting updated with a reboot in the near future. Details on the film, let alone any visual representations, are sparse. But thanks to the film’s rabid following, there’s no shortage of intriguing concept art that nods to the original while moving forward in different, weird directions.

Word is that the reboot might be the first of a franchise of Starship Troopers films, so there could be a demand for all sorts of creatures, interstellar military equipment, and settings.

The cartoonish hyper-violence of the original makes this a very logical breeding ground for concept art all around. Again, we don’t know at all what the film itself will look like, but if it maintains the genetics of any of the pieces shown below, it’s a safe bet that not only will it be a good looking movie, but also visually superior to Paul Verhoeven’s original. We DO know that the guys who wrote the upcoming Baywatch film, Mark Swift and Damian Shannon, will be penning the reboot, which will be using the original Robert A. Heinlein novel of the same name as inspiration.

As of now, no cast or crew are expected to return for the reboot.

If the new Starship Troopers movie ends up looking like the illustrations below, we’re in for a real treat:



























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Article inside Senior Year Spider-Man Sequel announced

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EXCLUSIVE: Based on the success of the global trailer launch yesterday for Sony’s Spider-Man: Homecoming, the Culver City studio has announced that its sequel Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 will open on Friday, July 5, 2019. Spidey essentially pushes Sony’s Bad Boys 4 off that Independence Day stretch. The Will Smith-Martin Lawrence fourquel, which was scheduled to open on July 3 of that year, isn’t falling back, rather zooming forward to Memorial Day weekend May 24, 2019.


On that four-day holiday weekend, Bad Boys 4 will grab the older guys, while Warner Bros. vies for the kids with Minecraft (that is if the game is still popular then). Meanwhile on July 3, Wednesday, Spidey’s only entanglement is with an untitled Universal Illumination movie.

These pics’ previous installments — haven’t even come out yet. Spider-Man: Homecoming opens on July 7 next year. It reps the first time that Sony has been able to include the superhero with the extended Marvel universe that Disney owns. As you saw in last night’s trailer, there’s even more of Robert Downey Jr’s Iron Man.

 
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Image inside Any super hero got it worst with tha ladies than..

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ya boy Matt Murdock? I guess love is really blind


Wifey got murdered



Side hoe switched sides




And tha new joint sneakin around





Guess he gotta get him a rebound



 
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12 hours ago

DaOmega_1's TOP 10 WORST OF 2016

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| By DaOmega_1 - 12 hours ago

Well, f*ck... 2016 had all the ingredients to be one of the more memorable years in film, but instead, ends up with a mixed bag of disappointment, failures, and sh*tty blockbusters. 2016 sucked.

I don't really post here like I used to. But, seeing as its the end of the year, I thought it'd be a good time to share my thoughts on what has been, overall, an incredible frustrating year for movies. The fact that TV has been so strong this year should underline the fact that Hollywood has some serious catching up to do in terms of quality.

Now, the films included on this list are films I have a deep deep hatred for. They're, in general, the worst of the worst (of what I've seen this year). So, objectively "not good" movies like BvS or Suicide Squad don't make my list, because I've seen so much worse. So, let's dive in...

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10. THE 5TH WAVE


The 5th Wave... Also known as "Twilight of the Divergent Games: The Maze Chronicles: Part 1: Book 2". This film could essentially be called "Cliche Soup". If you've seen any YA adaptation from the past decade, you've seen this. It's a little bit of Hunger Games, a little bit of Twilight (especially with its sh*tty romantic subplots), it's a little bit of Divergent. There is not a single original idea contained herein. The entire film feels cheap, like it was slapped together in the span of a weekend. The films logic is so flimsy, it feels like it's only held together with scotch tape. Now, cliches on their own are not "bad" things. They become "bad" things when they're all that a movie has to offer. No film this year bored me more than this one. So, I ask... for the sake of mankind... I know we have another 10 years before the inevitable "Twilight" reboot, so can just stop making these for awhile? I'm seriously tapped out on these cheap YA novel adaptations.

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9. FIFTY SHADES OF BLACK


Fifty Shades of Black is a nauseating experience. I imagine that at some point in the future, showing this film will be considered an act of torture. The film is, ostensibly, a parody of "Fifty Shades of Grey". Let's pause for a sec. First of all, why do we need this? What point is there even making fun of a movie that has already been a cinematic punching bag for audiences? Secondly, if you're gonna make fun of something so OBVIOUSLY bad, then maybe you should try just a little to remain focused on the target of your parody. This is seriously just a piss-stained grab bag of pop culture references that has next-to-nothing to do with "Fifty Shades of Grey". The comedy in this film is "anti" comedy. This film is about as funny watching a box of kittens each get shot in the head. Just f*cking depressing.

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8. LONDON HAS FALLEN


"London Has Fallen" is essentially porn for Trump supporters. It incessantly plays off of America's fear of foreigners/muslims/non-white people. It portrays non-Americans as (a) evils as*holes, or (b) pussies, or (c) both. Of course, the politics of the film are far from the movie's biggest sin. It might be one of more inept action films I've seen in recent memory. The editing during the action dilutes what might've been otherwise competent set-pieces to a series of color blurs too dreary to even try to decipher. The film, for all its firepower, is flamboyantly unexciting. Drab and ugly, the movie feels oppressive and overbearing. Filled with sh*tty action sequences, boring characters, and actors who seem to have snorted lines of Ambien before cameras rolled, this film is a pile of pro-America slop served up on a plate.

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7. THE DIVERGENT SERIES: ALLEGIANT


C'mon... Another one of these??? Another YA adaptation? The "Divergent" films is another one of these boring "dystopian" sci-fi whatever bullsh*t. I cannot even pretend to care about this film, so I'm not even gonna try. "Allegiant", however, is the worst of these films. It seems like it can't decide whether it wants to be a complete "Hunger Games" rip-off, or a complete "Twilight" rip-off. It tries to be both, and what we get is cringe-inducing dialogue, laughably sh*tty visuals, and a lore/mythology that becomes increasingly convoluted and confusing with each passing film. What annoys me the most about this film is the talent in front of the camera, and how this film (and the franchise it belongs to) does not deserve such talent. Especially with a screenplay that forces them to say the kind of sh*t lines they recite here. But seriously... Can we stop making this films? For, like... forever?

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6. ZOOLANDER 2


Here's a recipe for how to make "Zoolander 2"...

1. Take a well-liked critically successful comedy from 15 years ago.
2. Add Cocaine.
3. Profit?

F*ck this movie. It takes everything that people liked from the first film, and f*cks it up with no lube. The movie is so filled with weird/random/straight-up off-putting comedy, it feels incredibly desperate. Watching it made me kind of sad... Because, it feels like everyone in this film believed in it, and loved what they were making. But, what they made is a deeply unpleasant and nearly-laugh-free disaster.

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5. NINE LIVES


Um... What the f*ck? This is baffling. I forgot they even made sh*t like this. Here, we have a....... "comedy"....... about some as*hole businessman who- neglects his family and sh*t, then ends up getting turned into a cat. If this were the 80's or the 90's, I'm sure people would LOVE this film. Its attempts at being all "zany" and "wacky" very very quickly tries the audience's patience. Overstaying its welcome at 87 exhausting minutes, this sh*t is an atrocious torturous film that actively seems like it wants to make you cringe. I remember watching it trying to cover my eyes as if I was seeing someone get shot. It is literally painful to watch. It was like I was astral projecting, and I saw myself watching this horrifyingly terrible movie. Not a single laugh is contained here... Well, except for my laughing when the credits rolled, thanking sweet Jesus that it was over.

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4. THE CHOICE


When it comes to film, I don't think there is anything more offensive to me than when a movie doesn't even try. This is that movie. Yet another Nicholas Sparks adaptation that is just like "The Notebook". And "The Last Song". And "A Walk To Remember". And "Safe Haven". And "The Longest Ride". And.................

I mean, f*ck. AT LEAST TRY AND HIDE THE FORMULA. At least try and make it feel like it's not the same story over and over and over. The same ol' boring, emotionally manipulative, fill-in-the-blanks type of storytelling as the other ones. I feel like whoever adapts these films know they can make a zero movie with a zero story, and it'll still attract women who inevitably drag their boyfriends to see it... I mean, that's what I assume. I'd like to think that today's women are smarter than this. Otherwise, who the f*ck is still going to see these movies??? STILL PAYING TO WATCH THEM? WHO?

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3. GOD'S NOT DEAD 2


White Tyler Perry films continue! I remember putting "God's Not Dead" as the worst film of 2014. This is not quite as bad as that one. But, it's still a f*cking awful movie. These Christian films... Are they all required to have sh*tty screenplays??? I mean, so we have the story of a school teacher that talks about Jesus in class, and ends up having to denounce her faith in order to keep her job?? I mean, in what universe does this happen? It's the kind of delusional "woe-is-me" logic that motivates conservative Christians today. You still get the same incompetently edited, flatly shot, sleepily acted garbage we're used to from these as*holes. F*ck this movie.

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2. YOGA HOSERS


I am truly confused by Kevin Smith's creative decisions as of late. This film bothers me. It feels like the kind of random sh*t you find on YouTube. The whole thing reeks of cynicism. It's supposedly a horror comedy... One that, strangely enough, is the kind that isn't really scary nor funny. So, that would make it just a "movie", but the jury is out on that too. It's hard to consider it one when it feels as pointless and as aimless as it does. That leads me down the path of skipping right past the whole movie, and examining the mental state of the director. I'm truly confused as to how anyone sane could have thought this was a good idea. Or, maybe this is his attempt at trolling critics and fans... And, that's even worse. The film is a one-note/one-joke failure that never ever takes off even from its opening credits. Watching this was another deeply painful experience. Like "Tusk", this film is f*cking unbelievable disaster. I remember distinctly watching it wondering "who the f*ck would like this"... As it turns out, nobody. I sincerely hope Kevin Smith gets some help, some therapy, or something. Because, this can only be the work of a man that has absolutely nothing left.

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1. GODS OF EGYPT


Gods of Egypt is the world's most expensive Elementary School play. And, it looks about as good as one also. The fact that this film costs 140 million dollars, yet it looks like a fu*king PlayStation 2 cut scene is pretty remarkable. I've rarely seen a big-budget movie look as cheap and as ugly as this one does. Unfortunate considering this film is essentially an excuse to show off the effects. That's what makes it so strange, the fact that if this film didn't have a script (I remain skeptical there even was one), it would literally be a vfx demo reel. But if the visuals alone were the only thing wrong with the movie, then that would be fine. However, its the "everything else". Like plot, story, characters, pacing, etc.

It would be challenging to actually summarize the plot of this movie from beginning to end. And the reason why would be because the movie doesn't have a plot. It is stubbornly resistant to logic and making sense. The rules & lore of the world changes without notice constantly. It's like playing a game with a friend who keeps changing the rules so they win. Dialogue is a fu*king joke. It's the kind of sh*t writing you'd see in early 80's wrestling. Especially coming from Gerard Butler, and his overacting ass. While everyone appears to be asleep, he's the only one acting like he's still in "300". The actors could've been replaced with literal brick walls, and the film would play exactly as it does here. There's absolutely not a single thing good about this movie. It's incredibly frustrating, and makes for one of the most maddening moviegoing experiences I've had in years. No doubt, when I think of the worst film I've seen in 2016, there is no film on this (or any) list that comes even a little bit close to beating "Gods of Egypt".

Damn... What a sh*tty year for film. Let's hope 2017 is better.

Let me know if y'all agree, disagree, or think I'm full of sh*t. And, as always, thanks for reading.

 
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Khloe's BFF I'm Dating Ronnie From 'Jersey Shore'




"Keeping Up with the Kardashians" and "Jersey Shore" have found a way to unite, not on TV, but in real life.

TMZ has confirmed Khloe Kardashian's BFF, Malika Haqq, has been dating guido Ronnie Magro for a month now.

He posted a pic Thursday of the two kissing on a hike in L.A. ... no word if a little GTL followed.

The two hit it off while shooting season 2 of "Famously Single." Production wrapped about 3 weeks ago and we're told they've been a thing since early November, so it's possible it'll play out on the show.

Ronnie's other famous relationship was with his "Jersey Shore" co-star Sammi Sweetheart, but we're told he's telling friends he's into more booty these days.




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Video inside Zack Snyder made a Batman v Superman, Star Wars mash-up trailer

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As if assembling the Justice League wasn’t enough, Zack Snyder has combined the forces of DC Comics cinematic universe and the galaxy far, far away.

In anticipation of Rogue One, Snyder shared a trailer mash-up he made combining his Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice with Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

While those films were in production, Snyder and Force Awakens director J.J. Abrams went back and forth exchanging fun photos on social media combining their respective franchises. Now, Snyder shared his latest effort on the social media platform Vero, titling it “Dark Side Knight vs. Superjedi.”

“In anticipation of Rogue One, I wanted to share a little Star Wars fan film I made after JJ released his Hunka Junk mash-up…long overdue,” the director wrote on the social media platform Vero, where he debuted the video. (The Abrams film he’s referring to, by the way, is this one with the Millennium Falcon and Batmobile.)

Snyder’s Star Wars/Batman v Superman video has since made its way onto YouTube, with some screengrabs from the project posted online as well (via io9). Watch the video above, and see some of those images below.


Rogue One, directed by Gareth Edwards, opens in theaters next Friday. Snyder’s Justice League, meanwhile, will head to theaters next November.

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Article inside The Big Change The Mummy Had To Make Because Of X-Men: Days Of Future Past

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Director Alex Kurtzman's The Mummy is definitely taking the classic Universal Monster franchise in directions it's never gone, but one very notable change is that the titular creature is no longer male. Within the film, it's an element that opens new narrative avenues and approaches, but it may surprise you to learn that it wasn't the direction Kurtzman originally planned. The Mummy was initially going to be played by a man in the reboot, but that idea got derailed when the writer/director saw his exact vision featured in the post-credits scene of Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days Of Future Past.

With the first trailer for The Mummy premiering this past weekend, I had the pleasure of talking with Alex Kurtzman over the phone this morning to talk about his latest blockbuster, and it was during our interview that he revealed the impact that Days of Future Past had on his approach. I asked him if he had always planned on having The Mummy be a woman in the film, but he explained that his original ideas were totally different. Said Kurtzman,

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I'll let you in on a secret. There was a moment when I had sort of rendered a design that I liked for a male version of The Mummy. And in that version of The Mummy, the Mummy had been born with a skin pigmentation that at the time would have made him really sort of an outcast. And I thought it was an interesting backstory, because it began to tell the story of someone who had been bullied, which I found topical. I was reaching for a way to make the Mummy a character who is relatable, understandable, and that spoke to issues that we're dealing with now.
Odd skin pigmentation and living in ancient Egypt? Remind you of anyone, X-Men fans?

The image above is a screencap from the post-credits scene of X-Men: Days of Future Past, showing a young Apocalypse -- with white/blue skin - being praised like a god. When Alex Kurtzman saw this on the big screen back in 2014, he immediately had to start backtracking on his ideas for The Mummy. He explained,

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I was going down that road, and then I saw the end of Days of Future Past. And they had the character that Oscar Isaac wound up playing as a boy, and it was, I kid you not, the exact same design. And I was like, 'Oh, man! That is not good!' And actually it was the catalyst, it was the moment of, 'Okay, not only is this not going to be different enough, Bryan Singer just did it, I definitely don't want to go down that road.' I had had that voice in my head for some time to make it a woman, and that was the moment where, the minute I saw that post-credits scene, I went, 'We have to start over.' I don't want to mess around even remotely with anything that feels familiar or feels like it's been done. I have to go in totally new territory.'
Alex Kurtzman told me later in the interview that his version of The Mummy will still feature the same aforementioned relatable and understandable elements of the eponymous character -- in the tradition of the Universal Monster movies -- but deciding to make "him" a "her" (played by Kingsman/Star Trek Beyond actress Sofia Boutella) forced other changes in his approach.

Looking back on it, Kurtzman explained that he felt that seeing X-Men: Days Of Future Past use his developing ideas actually wound up being the best thing for The Mummy, in that it pushed him to go in directions he wouldn't have otherwise gone in:

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In a way it was very helpful to me, because it made me take that leap. And once we took that leap, the story presented itself in such a beautiful way, such a different way. A lot of the decisions, you spend a lot of time talking to people and you think it through as much as you can, but ultimately it comes down to what feels right. And the minute I allowed myself to let the Mummy be Ahmanet, it just felt right. And that's the best way for me to say it.
The Mummy will be arriving in theaters on June 9th, and be sure to stay tuned for more from my interview with Alex Kurtzman!

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Video inside Hilarious Blooper Reelz (LMFAO)

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Man, they was having too much fun.

Funny + Loving what you do= classic after classic after classic


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