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Video: Justin Theroux Tells Chelsea Handler Why He Often Gives Their Mutual Friends Eggs
Video: Justin Theroux Tells Chelsea Handler Why He Often Gives Their Mutual Friends Eggs
Justin Theroux is an egg-celent gift giver. The Leftovers actor stopped by E!'s Chelsea Lately Monday, where host Chelsea Handler ribbed him about giving their "mutual friends" fresh-laid eggs as presents. The screenwriter said, "We have chickens at the house. There's one cock in the house," he joked. "I don't want them keeping me awake in the morning."Why do Theroux and fiancée Jennifer Aniston give the eggs away, though? The 42-year-old actor told 39-year-old Handler, "We have too many of them. We have about 10 chickens and each of them lays a couple a day, so we have too many eggs. But they always think we're being really sweet, like this farm and table thing where you bring a bunch of eggs. We're just slipping on eggs at the house."

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Video: 'Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare' Most-Viewed YouTube Trailer From April-June
Video: 'Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare' Most-Viewed YouTube Trailer From April-June
A special appearance from Kevin Spacey helped the trailer for Call of Duty Advanced Warfare garner more YouTube views than clips from some of the most anticipated movies and TV shows. The Call of Duty clip racked up nearly 21 million views from April-June, according to Think With Google’s YouTube Trailers Leaderboard.

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Video: 'Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare' Most-Viewed YouTube Trailer From April-June
Video: 'Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare' Most-Viewed YouTube Trailer From April-June
A special appearance from Kevin Spacey helped the trailer for Call of Duty Advanced Warfare garner more YouTube views than clips from some of the most anticipated movies and TV shows. The Call of Duty clip racked up nearly 21 million views from April-June, according to Think With Google’s YouTube Trailers Leaderboard.

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Video: Universal Sets 'Clifford The Big Red Dog' Release For April 2016
Video: Universal Sets 'Clifford The Big Red Dog' Release For April 2016
Clifford the Big Red Dog will be hitting the big screen in 2016. Universal has slated the adaptation of the children's book for an April 8, 2016, release date. The film is being touted as a mixture of live action and 3D animation. Deborah Forte will produce the comedy. Forte previously produced multiple TV series on the Clifford character as well as the 2004 Warner Bros. film Clifford's Really Big Movie.

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Video: Universal Sets 'Clifford The Big Red Dog' Release For April 2016
Video: Universal Sets 'Clifford The Big Red Dog' Release For April 2016
Clifford the Big Red Dog will be hitting the big screen in 2016. Universal has slated the adaptation of the children's book for an April 8, 2016, release date. The film is being touted as a mixture of live action and 3D animation. Deborah Forte will produce the comedy. Forte previously produced multiple TV series on the Clifford character as well as the 2004 Warner Bros. film Clifford's Really Big Movie.

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Video: Universal Sets 'Clifford The Big Red Dog' Release For April 2016
Video: Universal Sets 'Clifford The Big Red Dog' Release For April 2016
Clifford the Big Red Dog will be hitting the big screen in 2016. Universal has slated the adaptation of the children's book for an April 8, 2016, release date. The film is being touted as a mixture of live action and 3D animation. Deborah Forte will produce the comedy. Forte previously produced multiple TV series on the Clifford character as well as the 2004 Warner Bros. film Clifford's Really Big Movie.

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Video: Universal Sets 'Clifford The Big Red Dog' Release For April 2016
Video: Universal Sets 'Clifford The Big Red Dog' Release For April 2016
Clifford the Big Red Dog will be hitting the big screen in 2016. Universal has slated the adaptation of the children's book for an April 8, 2016, release date. The film is being touted as a mixture of live action and 3D animation. Deborah Forte will produce the comedy. Forte previously produced multiple TV series on the Clifford character as well as the 2004 Warner Bros. film Clifford's Really Big Movie.

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Video: How 'Into The Storm' Built A Better Tornado On A Budget
Video: How 'Into The Storm' Built A Better Tornado On A Budget
While visual effects budgets on summer's biggest movies can push $100 million, New Line's upcoming tornado pic Into the Storm defied the odds. Despite unleashing dozens of CG-rendered twisters, it was produced for a thrifty budget of $50 million. Of that, only about $23 million was spent on visual effects, the key selling point of Warner Bros.' Aug. 8 release.

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Video: How 'Into The Storm' Built A Better Tornado On A Budget
Video: How 'Into The Storm' Built A Better Tornado On A Budget
While visual effects budgets on summer's biggest movies can push $100 million, New Line's upcoming tornado pic Into the Storm defied the odds. Despite unleashing dozens of CG-rendered twisters, it was produced for a thrifty budget of $50 million. Of that, only about $23 million was spent on visual effects, the key selling point of Warner Bros.' Aug. 8 release.

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Video: MIT Students Use Lasers To Restart Failed 3D Print Jobs
Video: MIT Students Use Lasers To Restart Failed 3D Print Jobs
A group of MIT students have built a scanning system that allows 3D printers to restart prints after a failure. After each layer the laser scans the object, senses the shape, and records the state of the object. Over the course of the print it creates a point cloud model of the object and then compares it with the actual 3D model. When the print fails the program simply fills in the missing pieces and prints out the missing parts. The students are planning to open source the project and have no plans to commercialize it.

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Video: Restaurant Payment App Settle Raises $1.5M To Bring Waiter-Free Service To Eastern Europe
Video: Restaurant Payment App Settle Raises $1.5M To Bring Waiter-Free Service To Eastern Europe
There are a host of a companies attempting to make settling your bill at a restaurant ‘waiter-free’, by employing a smartphone app and accompanying mobile payment and POS system. These include behemoths such as PayPal, with its ‘ Pay At Table ‘ service, along with upstarts that include U.S.-based Dash, Tabbedout, and Cover, the UK’s Flypa , and Tel Aviv-based MyCheck--which itself is partnering with PayPal. Now aptly-named Settle is putting its wares on the table in Eastern Europe. The Ukrainian startup has just closed a $1.5 million funding round from Moscow-based venture fund "Life-SREDA" — capital it will use to power its roll out across Eastern Europe, where it hopes to achieve first-mover advantage. Kiev will be first next week, followed by debuts in Moscow and Warsaw.

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Autodesk acquires Shotgun Software
In a blog post today , Don Parker first reminds us that SHOTGUN SOFTWARE IS NOT GOING AWAY. It's just going to get better.  If you're considRead More
 
NABShow 2014: International
One of the things that makes NABShow so great is the ability to come together with 1,000s of friends at a time in a single spot! Sure, it'd beRead More
 
NAB 2014 NABShow is PEOPLE
People have argued about the necessity of big trade shows.  Why travel from halfway around the world to see a presentation that might be availablRead More
 
NAB 2014: Plugin Pavilion
At NABShow, there are many exhibitors who return year after year, providing broadcasters with the latest news from their company.  And, year after Read More
 
MODBOOK. macbook+wacom
Modbook is back. But is it more than it's previous incarnation? I reviewed the original modbook a few years ago.  It was a new concept then, and Read More
 

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