Casey Anthony, the young mother who was recently acquitted of killing her young daughter, was released from the Orange County Jail in Florida late last night as news cameras and a crowd of about 1,000 people looked on. Two armed officers escorted Anthony and her attorneys as they left the building.
Dressed in a pink shirt and jeans, she got into a waiting SUV and was followed by news helicopters to the parking garage of one of her lawyers. She was not seen again, but some news sources speculate she was later whisked to a private jet.
In news that will surprise exactly no one, ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2′ completely dominated this weekend’s box office. The final film in the Potter franchise banked a record-breaking $168.6 million opening weekend, with $92 million on Friday alone.
That number surpasses the previous record holder, ‘The Dark Knight,’ which opened to $158.4 million in 2008.
“I’m too old for cartwheels, but it’s close,” said Dan Fellman, Warner Bros.’ president for domestic distribution. “At the same time it’s bittersweet. It’s also the end of a great franchise, and we’ve watched these talented kids grow up.”
In an almost three-hour set comprised of almost 40 songs –during which he never took a break or even a sip of water – former Beatle and musical living legend Sir Paul McCartney showed the newer generation of stars exactly how it’s done.
This weekend, McCartney, 69, played two concerts at New York’s Yankee Stadium to rave reviews, and even welcomed hometown boy Billy Joel to back him up on piano during ‘I Saw Her Standing There.’
Many of us are so beholden to our cellphones that having one go missing makes us want to put an ad on a milk carton.
In this nifty infographic, mobile security firm Lookout reveals the cities and scenarios under which people most often lose their phones — and the likelihood of getting one back unscathed if it happens.
Maybe you’ve completely devoured all of the ‘Harry Potter’ films but need a refresher. Or maybe you’re a complete ‘Potter’ neophyte who doesn’t know your squibs from your Muggles, but wants to see the movie everyone’s talking about, ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2,’ without looking like a total rube.
Whatever your situation, the Fine Brothers are here to help.
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