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Did Adam Levine Really Apologize To All of His Ex-Girlfriends?!

Before Adam Levine ties the knot with his fiance model Behati Prinsloo, he wants to apologize to all of his ex-girlfriends.

As printed in Us Weekly – an insider tells the mag of Adam and his exes:

"He apologized for how he treated them."

He and Behati got engaged in July 2013.

Adam's exes include models Anne Vyalitsyna and Nina Agdal.

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Mila Kunis, Future Dads Need NOT Say ‘We’re Pregnant’ (VIDEO)

Mila Kunis has something to tell all you future dads out there — while on Jimmy Kimmel Live! she grabbed a mic and broke into a public service announcement. What did she have to say?

"Stop saying 'we're pregnant,'" she joked. "You're not pregnant! Do you have to squeeze a watermelon-sized person out of your lady-hole? No."

Check out the video above! Made us laugh.

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The Penguins of Madagascar Trailer Has Arrived!

The Penguins from the “Madagascar” movies get their own movie on November 26 and the first trailer has arrived! The Penguins of Madagascar features the voices of Tom McGrath, Chris Miller, Chris Knights, John Malkovich, Benedict Cumberbatch, Ken Jeong, Annett Mahendru and Peter Stormare.

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New Trailer for The Boxtrolls Revealed

Focus Features has debuted a new trailer for LAIKA’s The Boxtrolls, coming to theaters on September 26 and featuring the voices of Ben Kingsley, Toni Collette, Elle Fanning, Isaac Hempstead-Wright, Jared Harris, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Richard Ayoade and Tracy Morgan.

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Dave Bautista’s Drax is Featured on the New Guardians of the Galaxy Poster

Marvel Studios (via Fandango) has debuted the third new character poster for Guardians of the Galaxy! In the gallery viewer below you can check out Dave Bautista’s Drax (as well as Zoe Saldana’s Gamora & Vin Diesel’s Groot and Bradley Cooper’s Rocket from the last few days).

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China Is Chopping Down Mountains To Create More Places For People To Live


It’s no secret that human beings often alter the landscape to make room for themselves. I think new homes crop up in my hometown on a weekly basis, and cities are constantly building into the sky to make room for offices, homes and shopping centers. The majority of cities, and even rural areas, have had to do something to make room for civilization. But recently, one country has taken to a pretty big extreme to make room for their rapidly expanding society that has some eyebrows raised.
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Solar Energy Becomes Cheaper and More Efficient With Breakthrough


Solar energy has been the poster child of alternative energy sources since the idea first came to light. If you’ve ever looked into it, however, you see that behind all the clean energy and low Electric costs promises stands a very expensive investment that will haunt you on a cloudy day! If solar energy were super cheap everyone would use it, so it’s safe to say this new method of creating panels will certainly gain more converts to the power of the sun.
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The Weekend Warrior: How to Train a Dragon 2, 22 Jump Street

We’ve had a couple weeks off from sequels but now they’re back with a vengeance with the weekend launching follow-ups to two popular and successful movies, both which should do well enough that we could see another crazy big weekend similar to when Monsters University opened against Brad Pitt’s World War Z last year.

While there may be some crossover audience between DreamWorks Animation’s latest How to Train a Dragon 2 (20th Century Fox) and the Jonah Hill-Channing Tatum police action-comedy 22 Jump Street (Sony), it’s very likely that the movies will split the audiences by age and gender but both offering enough reasons to see them that they should easily take in over $100 million between them. It’s also Father’s Day on Sunday and in theory, both movies could get a nice bump from kids taking their Dads to see a movie, although one presumes that will help “Dragon” more than “Jump Street.”

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Box Office: Warner Bros.’ Stormy Summer Leads to Strategy Questions


Tom Cruise and Adam Sandler disappoint, “Jersey Boys” tracking is low, and a lack of proven franchises puts the usually dominant studio in a bind. Snarks one observer, “It’s not so easy, post-Harry Potter.”

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’22 Jump Street’ Bullish, ‘Dragon 2′ Quietly Impresses