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KTHV Little Rock
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
KING5 Seattle / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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First Coast News
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
First Coast News / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
KTVB Boise / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
WKYC Cleveland / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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USA Today
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
USA Today / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million yearsof the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into
Burning all fossil fuels could lead to global warmth not seen in 65 million years
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 3 days ago
of the world and all of the low-lying regions of the world would disappear into the ocean," said Penn State meteorologist Michael Mann, who was not affiliated with the study. "The unregulated exploitation of the fossil fuel resource could... Read more
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The Washington Times
‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ celebrates 30th anniversary at FerrisFest in Chicagoa city as Hughes was with Chicago, as much as Woody Allen, Martin Scorsese and
‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ celebrates 30th anniversary at FerrisFest in Chicago
The Washington Times / Posted 3 days ago
a city as Hughes was with Chicago, as much as Woody Allen, Martin Scorsese and Spike Lee with New York, the Coen Bros. and Michael Mann with Los Angeles or John Waters and Barry Levinson with Baltimore.) Ferris is one of the most likable liars in... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Channeling the Inertia of Global Warmingtake to actually stabilize greenhouse emissions. Probably, we are there for lo
Channeling the Inertia of Global Warming
Op-Ed News / Posted 4 days ago
take to actually stabilize greenhouse emissions. Probably, we are there for looking at closer to 4 degrees of warming. Michael Mann in an April 1, 2014 Scientific American article Earth Will Cross the Climate Danger Threshold by 2036... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
‘99 percent chance’ 2016 will be hottest yearat the monthly timescale is indeed an indication of how close we are getting to
‘99 percent chance’ 2016 will be hottest year
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 6 days ago
at the monthly timescale is indeed an indication of how close we are getting to permanently exceeding those thresholds,” Michael Mann, a climate scientist at Penn State, said in an email. It will take a significant effort to further limit... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
‘99 percent chance’ 2016 will be hottest yearat the monthly timescale is indeed an indication of how close we are getting to
‘99 percent chance’ 2016 will be hottest year
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 7 days ago
at the monthly timescale is indeed an indication of how close we are getting to permanently exceeding those thresholds,” Michael Mann, a climate scientist at Penn State, said in an email. It will take a significant effort to further limit... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Study: Human Activity To Blame For 90% Of Wildfires In Californiaoccur. According to the study, people are responsible for igniting about 90 pe
Study: Human Activity To Blame For 90% Of Wildfires In California
KPBS San Diego / Posted 7 days ago
occur. According to the study, people are responsible for igniting about 90 percent of the wildfires in California. Michael Mann, assistant professor of geography at the George Washington University and lead author of the study, discusses... Read more
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indieWIRE
'Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising' Review: Seth Rogen Becomes America's New Movie Dad in the Year's Funniest Filmas they were in the first film, and a brilliant mid-movie marijuana heist feels
'Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising' Review: Seth Rogen Becomes America's New Movie Dad in the Year's Funniest Film
indieWIRE / Posted 8 days ago
as they were in the first film, and a brilliant mid-movie marijuana heist feels like it could have been directed by Michael Mann. But what really makes the humor sing is that — like all great comedy — it’s rooted in truth. No matter how... Read more
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indieWIRE
'Tangerine Dream' Examines the 80s Band's Influence and the Life of Its Late Founderto a full-length documentary in order to cover Tangerine Dream’s and Froese’s l
'Tangerine Dream' Examines the 80s Band's Influence and the Life of Its Late Founder
indieWIRE / Posted 9 days ago
to a full-length documentary in order to cover Tangerine Dream’s and Froese’s lifework. We already interviewed artists like Michael Mann and Paul Brickmann, but more interviews with other TD collaborators and more archive footage are... Read more
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indieWIRE
'Don't Breathe' Trailer: Get Spooked By New Movie From 'Evil Dead' Remake Directorfilm. Though Lang is probably best known for his role in James Cameron's "Avata
'Don't Breathe' Trailer: Get Spooked By New Movie From 'Evil Dead' Remake Director
indieWIRE / Posted 13 days ago
film. Though Lang is probably best known for his role in James Cameron's "Avatar," he's also collaborated with director Michael Mann on many occasions, including his TV series "Crime Story," "Manhunter," and "Public Enemies." Original "Evil... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Brad Pitt to start Le Mans 24 Hour Raceaccount. The 52-year-old American actor and producer had long been tipped to s
Brad Pitt to start Le Mans 24 Hour Race
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 13 days ago
account. The 52-year-old American actor and producer had long been tipped to star in a film, "Go Like Hell", directed by Michael Mann and alongside Tom Cruise, which would have had the backdrop of the Le Mans circuit and the rivalry between... Read more
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PhysOrg
Canada wildfires in 'bullseye' of warming planet trendsthe region in Alberta containing Fort McMurray, has warmed quite a bit more tha
Canada wildfires in 'bullseye' of warming planet trends
PhysOrg / Posted 14 days ago
the region in Alberta containing Fort McMurray, has warmed quite a bit more than the global average," said scientist Michael Mann, author of "Dire Predictions: Understanding Climate Change." With the Arctic region warming twice as fast as... Read more
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WBGO-FM Newark
Newark School Prepping Students For Top CollegesNewark’s North Star Academy College Prep High School held a signing day to cele
Newark School Prepping Students For Top Colleges
WBGO-FM Newark / Posted 14 days ago
Newark’s North Star Academy College Prep High School held a signing day to celebrate it’s graduating seniors. Principal Michael Mann says they hold the event to celebrate academics. This tradition is typical of high school athletes announcing what... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
Ft McMurray Fire and Climate Change: Michael Mann CommentsThis is a segment of The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann, in which climate scien
Ft McMurray Fire and Climate Change: Michael Mann Comments
ScienceBlogs / Posted 16 days ago
This is a segment of The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann, in which climate scientist Professor Michael Mann provides important perspective on the link between climate change and other disasters such as tornadoes. (See also: The Meaning of the Fort... Read more
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The Verge
Uncharted 4 is the best (and possibly last) game of its kindand Grand Theft Auto flagrantly pastiched action films from the 1950s to the 19
Uncharted 4 is the best (and possibly last) game of its kind
The Verge / Posted 16 days ago
and Grand Theft Auto flagrantly pastiched action films from the 1950s to the 1990s, homaging filmmakers from David Lean to Michael Mann. Stylized cutscenes looked like mature versions of popular computer-animated film, and made for effective... Read more
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The GW Hatchet
Professor develops new model for wildfire researchMichael Mann, an assistant professor of geography, created a new model to predi
Professor develops new model for wildfire research
The GW Hatchet / Posted 17 days ago
Michael Mann, an assistant professor of geography, created a new model to predict how much damage a wildfire in California could cause. A GW professor developed a new model to predict wildfire damage in California. The study, published in PLOS ONE... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
The Madhouse Effect: How Climate Change Denial is Driving Us Crazy!How Climate Change Denial Is Threatening Our Planet, Destroying Our Politics, a
The Madhouse Effect: How Climate Change Denial is Driving Us Crazy!
ScienceBlogs / Posted 20 days ago
How Climate Change Denial Is Threatening Our Planet, Destroying Our Politics, and Driving Us Crazy, by climate scientist Michael Mann and cartoonist Tom Toles is now available for pre-order. I’ve not gotten my review copy of it yet, but it looks... Read more
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The Neosho Daily News
Long tours areacompany takes raw steel billets and turns them into thousands of different item
Long tours area
The Neosho Daily News / Posted 20 days ago
company takes raw steel billets and turns them into thousands of different items.Long spent about 45 minutes with owners Michael Mann and David Wands watching the workers do their jobs and learning about the challenges and difficulties of doing... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Researchers discover wildfires correlate with human activity, climate changelong levers on climate change, but when it comes to local development, that’s a
Researchers discover wildfires correlate with human activity, climate change
The Daily Californian / Posted 22 days ago
long levers on climate change, but when it comes to local development, that’s a place where we do have a long lever,” said Michael Mann, co-author of the study and assistant professor of geography at George Washington University. “People need to... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Belfast actor Packy Lee is pitch perfect for Peaky Blinders rolehinted at Bowie’s potential involvement when he said in a recent interview: “I’
Belfast actor Packy Lee is pitch perfect for Peaky Blinders role
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
hinted at Bowie’s potential involvement when he said in a recent interview: “I’ve had unsolicited communication from Michael Mann, the film director, from (the author) Dennis Lehane, Snoop Dogg — he’s such a fan. And the late David Bowie was... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Critic's Notebook: What the DGA 'Best Films' List Got Wrongof the past twenty years or so who went similarly unmentioned: David Fincher, T
Critic's Notebook: What the DGA 'Best Films' List Got Wrong
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 25 days ago
of the past twenty years or so who went similarly unmentioned: David Fincher, Terrence Malick, David Lynch, Oliver Stone, Michael Mann, Steven Soderbergh, Wes Anderson and Ang Lee. And there are no genuine film noirs, which I thought might have... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
It is getting worseas much a threat as the “deniers.”

And let's be aggressive about this. St

It is getting worse
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 26 days ago
as much a threat as the “deniers.”

And let's be aggressive about this. Start with the “father” of global warming, Dr. Michael Mann, and his “hockey stick.” His work has been discredited by both “deniers” as well as global warming supporters!... Read more

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The Huffington Post
Large Swaths Of The Pacific Ocean May Actually Suffocate In Just 15 Yearscommunity, he said, is that "we're conceivably pushing past tipping points" in
Large Swaths Of The Pacific Ocean May Actually Suffocate In Just 15 Years
The Huffington Post / Posted 27 days ago
community, he said, is that "we're conceivably pushing past tipping points" in being able to prevent the damage. Michael Mann, a climate scientist at Penn State University, shared these concerns, telling The Washington Post that the new... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Donald Thorin Dead: 'Purple Rain' Cinematographer Was 81Cash (1989). Known for his meticulousness, Thorin received high marks for his
Donald Thorin Dead: 'Purple Rain' Cinematographer Was 81
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 27 days ago
Cash (1989). Known for his meticulousness, Thorin received high marks for his first film as a director of photography, the Michael Mann action crime drama Thief (1981). He went on to collaborate with director Taylor Hackford on An Officer and a... Read more
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PhysOrg
Not just climate change: Study finds human activity is a major factor driving wildfiresthe ability to influence the other half of the equation, those variables that c
Not just climate change: Study finds human activity is a major factor driving wildfires
PhysOrg / Posted 28 days ago
the ability to influence the other half of the equation, those variables that control our impact on the landscape," said Michael Mann, assistant professor of geography at the George Washington University and lead author of the study. "We can... Read more
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Variety
Jordan Peele on ‘Keanu’: ‘It Looks Like Michael Mann Made a Comedy’of his youth. “It’s rougher and more grounded and more real than I thought it
Jordan Peele on ‘Keanu’: ‘It Looks Like Michael Mann Made a Comedy’
Variety / Posted 28 days ago
of his youth. “It’s rougher and more grounded and more real than I thought it was going to be,” he mused. “It looks like Michael Mann made a comedy. It harkens back to films that Jordan and I hold near and dear like ’48 Hours,’ ‘Tango & Cash’ and... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Chris Hemsworth Flops Again With ‘The Huntsman’ – Why Can’t Thor Catch a Box Office Break?$397 million, Hemsworth has toplined a string of box office underperformers: “R
Chris Hemsworth Flops Again With ‘The Huntsman’ – Why Can’t Thor Catch a Box Office Break?
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 29 days ago
$397 million, Hemsworth has toplined a string of box office underperformers: “Red Dawn” (2012), Ron Howard‘s “Rush” (2012), Michael Mann‘s “Blackhat” (2015) and Howard’s “In the Heart of the Sea” last December. The 32-year-old Australian native... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Chris Hemsworth Flops Again With ‘The Huntsman’ – Why Can’t Thor Catch a Box Office Break?$397 million, Hemsworth has toplined a string of box office underperformers: “R
Chris Hemsworth Flops Again With ‘The Huntsman’ – Why Can’t Thor Catch a Box Office Break?
Stamford Advocate / Posted 29 days ago
$397 million, Hemsworth has toplined a string of box office underperformers: “Red Dawn” (2012), Ron Howard‘s “Rush” (2012), Michael Mann‘s “Blackhat” (2015) and Howard’s “In the Heart of the Sea” last December. The 32-year-old Australian native... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Chris Hemsworth Flops Again With ‘The Huntsman’ – Why Can’t Thor Catch a Box Office Break?$397 million, Hemsworth has toplined a string of box office underperformers: “R
Chris Hemsworth Flops Again With ‘The Huntsman’ – Why Can’t Thor Catch a Box Office Break?
Connecticut Post / Posted 29 days ago
$397 million, Hemsworth has toplined a string of box office underperformers: “Red Dawn” (2012), Ron Howard‘s “Rush” (2012), Michael Mann‘s “Blackhat” (2015) and Howard’s “In the Heart of the Sea” last December. The 32-year-old Australian native... Read more
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