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Leonardo DiCaprio was spotted in New York City rocking long locks pulled back in a man bun and a seriously bushy beard, but it wasn’t his appearance that got our attention. The Hollywood A-lister was strolling through the Big Apple holding a selfie stick! It remains unclear whether the 40-year-old was making a video or snapping some pics, because he hasn’t posted any of his shots on social media. In fact, his Instagram account is proof that he rarely snaps selfies — it’s filled with photos of nature.

A Department spokesman said the Obama Administration won't ask the Supreme Court to lift an injunction on the president's immigration program. in a ruling first decided by a Texas District judge in February, Twenty-six states blocked the launch of the executive action. The action is estimated to provide relief from deportation to 4.7 million undocumented immigrants. The Fifth Circuit will hear an appeal to the injunction in July.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday it is investigating what the Pentagon called an inadvertent shipment of live anthrax spores to at least one, and perhaps as many as nine, laboratories that expected to receive dead spores. CDC spokeswoman Kathy Harben said, "At this time we do not suspect any risk to the general public." A Pentagon spokesman, Col.

Sevilla won a record fourth Europa League trophy after beating Dnipro in a thrilling final in Warsaw on Wednesday.The Spanish side had to come back from a goal down as Nikola Kalinic headed Ukrainians Dnipro into an early lead.Sevilla responded with two quick goals as Grzegorz Krychowiak drove in before Carlos Bacca rounded the goalkeeper.Ruslan Rotan's clever free-kick made it 2-2, but Bacca broke through to seal victory for Sevilla and with it a place in next season's Champions League.

Tracy Morgan has reached a settlement with Walmart following the fatal highway crash which left the actor and comedian severely injured.Morgan is satisfied with how the corporation took care of him financially after the accident.Tracy's attorney and Walmart's attorneys announced the settlement, but said terms of the deal would remain under wraps.Whatever they paid, Tracy's happy with it saying, "Walmart did right by me and my family, and for my associates and their families.

Chris Brown's little princess is turning one! The "Turn Up the Music" rapper took a break from filming his latest music video with Pitbull Wednesday afternoon to celebrate Royalty's first birthday. He wrote on Instagram while Royalty stuck out her tongue. "HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY LIL LADY ROYALTY!!!!" "I Love u." And from the looks of things, Chris' baby girl may no longer be under the weather allowing her to fully celebrate her big day. Happy Birthday! Royalty

Actor-comedian Tracy Morgan has settled his lawsuit against Wal-Mart over a highway crash that killed one man and left Morgan and two friends seriously injured. A filing in federal court in Newark on Wednesday refers to a confidential settlement reached by the two sides. Morgan's lawyer didn't immediately respond to a message seeking comment Wednesday. A Wal-Mart truck slammed into the back of a limo van carrying Morgan and the others back from a show in Delaware last June. Comedian James "Jimmy Mack" McNair was killed. Morgan suffered head trauma, a broken leg and broken ribs. Wal-Mart reached a settlement with McNair's two children in January. McNair, of Peekskill, New York, grew up with Morgan in New York City and was a friend and mentor to him over the years.

Popular Movie Moments You Never Knew Were Improvised--"The Dark Knight" - Heath Ledger's youthful spontaneity helped define a generation of evil, or more specifically, evil shenanigans for his performance as Joker. Ledger stayed in character and fidgeted with a detonator when the hospital explosion stopped.--"The Empire Strikes Back" - Han Solo's cocky "I know" reaction to Leia's "I love you" goes down in the player's handbook as one of the all-time greatest responses to a snarky woman's demand for commitment. Harrison Ford's rugged and untamed portrayal of manhood was in stark contrast to Luke Skywalker's innocence.--"The Godfather" - Marlon Brando might well be considered the all-time great innovator when it comes to improvisational acting. Brando's idea (Or was it Coppola's? No one seems to know) to show Don Vito Corleone gently stroking a cat while ordering mob violence was a paradox that helped establish Francis Ford Coppola's "The Godfather" as a classic.--"The Fugitive" - Tommy Lee Jones finally got his starring vehicle in an amazing supporting role playing United States Marshal Samuel Gerard. His ad-libbed response to Richard Kimble's insistence of his innocence was blunt, funny, and truthful, much like Tommy Lee Jones's presence as an actor: "I don't care!"--"Annie Hall" -Sometimes humor comes from the most unusual places. Woody Allen's brainy comedy "Annie Hall" wouldn't have been as charming, or perhaps as celebrated as 1977's Best Picture, if not for the genuine sneeze during a coke rush, which added an element of physical comedy to all the complaining.--"Dumb and Dumber" -An unscripted scene had Lloyd leave the bar and he sees a newspaper clipping "Man Walks On The Moon'. He then exclaims "No way... that's great" swings the door open and yells "We Landed on the Moon!". This showcases Jim Carrey's true comical genius.--"Zoolander" -Derek Zoolander, played by Ben Stiller, asks J.P. Prewitt why male models are being used for high profile assassinations with the words, "Why male models?" After getting a lengthy response, Ben Stiller forgets his lines and simply repeats, "Why male models?". Although unscripted, this scene reinforces the dumb model stereotype that drives the movie.--"When Harry Met Sally" -The delicious restaurant scene may have been too good for a script. Writer Nora Ephron said Meg Ryan came up with the idea for the setting, as well as the over-the-top fake orgasm. Furthermore, Billy Crystal came up with the "I'll have what she's having" line, being the proverbial wisecracker that fans know and love.

In this exclusive clip, Owen (Chris Pratt) rescues a worker from the raptor paddock in 'Jurassic World'. In cinemas from June 11, 2015.

Dumbest TV Shows from the '70s and '80sThe 1970s and 1980s were great decades for television. Unfortunately, even during good times, a few terrible shows slip through the cracks.--"M.A.S.H." was a popular show, but many fans agreed that it should have ended when it did. After all, it was on the air for nearly a decade. However, producers and writers seemed to believe otherwise, so they developed a follow-up: "AfterMASH." After the first season, ratings tanked, and CBS canceled it after about nine episodes of the second season, which aired during the early 1980s.--As the producers of "M.A.S.H." learned, attempting to capitalize on something that is already a huge hit can be a huge waste of time, money, and effort. Such was the case with "Galactica 1980." The "Battlestar Galactica" spin-off had a tiny budget and terrible ratings, and ABC canceled it after just 10 episodes. Many critics have called it one of the worst sci-fi shows of all time.--When NBC wanted to schedule something to match up against ratings giant "Dallas" in 1983, it came up with "Manimal," which was as bad as the name implies. In 2002, "TV Guide" called it the 15th worst show of all time. It was about a man who could change himself into any animal at any time. No wonder it only lasted seven episodes.--When it aired in 1978, "Supertrain" had the largest budget of any TV show ever made. Unfortunately, throwing money at something doesn't make it good, and it lasted only nine episodes. No one watched the show about the nuclear-powered train that had the amenities of a cruise ship, and it nearly bankrupted NBC.--"Joanie Loves Chachi" proved that even heartthrobs can't save TV shows. The "Happy Days" spinoff was a good idea in theory, as it depicted young Joanie and Chachi moving to Chicago to start their own rock band. "TV Guide" named it one of the "25 Biggest TV Blunders."--The hit show "The Brady Bunch" prompted several spinoffs throughout the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s, but the worst of them all was probably "The Brady Brides." It was originally supposed to be a movie, but NBC decided it would make a great show. Many people compared the show to "The Odd Couple," because it focused on the two sisters living together with their new husbands, who were polar opposites.

Facts About Marvel's Cinematic Universe to Get You Pumped For Avengers: Age of UltronGearing up for the release of Avengers: Age of Ultron? We are here at Answers. We're so stoked that we did a bit of research and came up with some amazing facts about your favorite Marvel characters and movies.--To fully become Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr. had to put on the suit that comprised of 450 separate pieces.--Agent Phil Coulson was originally just a tiny role, only having the name "Agent." However as the Marvel movies matured, and his popularity with the cast increased, he was given a proper name and a more main role.--JARVIS actually stands for "Just A Rather Very Intelligent System." Jarvis was changed to a computer system from Tony's butler in the comics, this was done to avoid the similarities with Bruce Wayne and Alfred Pennyworth.--Mickey Rourke, the actor that played Whiplash, actually had a huge say in how the character looked and presented himself.--The role for Thor actually came down to two people: Chris Hemsworth (who would play the role) and his brother, Liam Hemsworth. Talk about sibling rivalry. Tom Hiddleston (Loki) also applied for the role of Thor, before being cast as Loki.--Chris Evans, the actor that played Captain Steve Rogers, Captain America, declined the role three times before the director and producers convinced him to play the role.--Robert Downey Jr. kept hiding food everywhere on set and would pull it out during filming. One scene in particular where Tony Stark offers Bruce Banner some blueberries, that entire part of the scene was improvised with the hidden snacks.--The scene where Thor hangs his hammer on a coat hook was improvised by actor Chris Hemsworth.--In Guardians of the Galaxy, director James Gunn has stated that the Milano, Peter Quill's ship, was named after Quill's childhood crush, Alyssa Milano.--The dog dressed in the cosmonaut's uniform that Rocket snarls at is Cosmo, a Russian dog with psychic super powers. In the comics, he's constantly at odds with Rocket, so the snarl is more of a homage to the source material.