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Trevor Noah (Credit: Byron Keulemans)

The Daily Show’s new host: Trevor Noah

The Hobbit: Battle of The Five Armies poster featuring Martin Freeman as Bilbo Baggins kneeling with his sword Sting in hand, released on December 17, 2014 (Credit: New Line Cinema)

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Christian Bale, in a scene from the new Twentieth Century Fox movie Exodus: Gods and Kings directed by Ridley Scott, as Moses looking over his Jewish people in Egypt (Credit: 20th Century Fox)

Exodus: Gods and Kings

Chamblee Ferguson (Ebenezer Scrooge), left, and Cameron Cobb (Jacob Marley) perform a scene during a preview performance of A Christmas Carol at the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre on Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014 (Credit: Dallas Morning News/Rex C. Curry)

The salvation of Ebenezer Scrooge

Matthew McConaughey as the pilot of the Endurance, a spacecraft tasked with exploring new worlds for humaity to colonize, in a scene from Paramount Pictures new movie Intersellar (Credit: Paramount Pictures)

Interstellar: Who can you trust? (Spoiler alert)

Robert Downey Jr as big city lawyer Hank Palmer, who returns to his childhood home to defend his estranged father Judge Joseph Palmer, played by Oscar winner Robert Duvall, starring with Duvall for the first time in a courtroom scene from the new Warner Brothers movie The Judge (Credit: Warner Brothers Pictures)

The Judge: should Duvall have played the role?

Maegan Tintari's husband sits in theater along looking at a phone or maybe a box of candy before the start of the movie Take Me Home Tonight (Credit: Maegan Tintari via Flickr)

Are Christian movies really that bad?

Shia LeBeouf as Boyd 'Bible' Swan, in a scene from the new Sony Pictures World War II movie Fury, sits in the turret of a Sherman M4A3E8 tank, similar to the one that the real-life World War II tank crew named Fury (Credit: Sony Pictures Entertainment)

Making Fury: did Shia LaBeouf become a Christian?

Robert B Parker Blind Spot, written by Reed Coleman, book cover (Credit: Putnam Adult)

How a Jesse Stone novel reflects our sexual culture

In the new film Believe Me, desperate, broke, and out of ideas, four college seniors start a fake charity to embezzle money for tuition (Credit: Riot Studios)

Believe Me: a movie review

Chris Pratt (C) as Peter Quill walks down a corridor on a spaceship with the other guardians, Zoe Saldana as Gamora (L), genetically-engineered raccoon named Rocket, tree-like humanoid named Groot and Dave Bautista as Drax (Credit: Marvel Studios)

Guardians of the Galaxy: a movie review (SPOILER ALERT)

Kim Kardashian takes a selfie with her iPhone in her bathroom before a date night in New York City, December 2014 (Credit: Kim Kardashian via Instagram)

Kim Kardashian wants a selfie with Jesus

'Tom Cruise, in a scene from the new Warner Brothers movie Edge of Tomorrow, as Major William Cage reawakening at Heathrow airport after a reset (Credit: Warner Brothers)

Edge of Tomorrow: a movie review

'View From the Top: An Inside Look at How People in Power See and Shape the World' by Michael Lindsay (Credit: Wiley Publishing)

View from the Top: a book review

Credit: Carolyn Kaster via AP

Is “Bernie or Bust” ridiculous? Are we?

A scene from Irreplaceable, a movie from Focus on the Family, where director and narrator Tim Sisarich, is standing on a beach

Irreplaceable the movie by Focus on the Family

Credit: Chris Pizzello via AP

Clint Eastwood says “get over” Trump’s racism

Noah movie, featuring Russell Crow, released in theaters on Friday, March 28th (Credit: Paramount Pictures)

Noah: a movie review

Credit: Richard Shotwell via AP

Ellen DeGeneres and the sport of judgment

Kevin Costner, as Ethan Renner, holding a gun in a photo used for the 3 Days to Kill movie poster (Credit: Relativity Media)

3 Days to Kill: a movie review

Credit: Pexels

Why some teens say no to social media

Robert B Parker Bull River, written by Robert Knott, book cover (Credit: Penguin Group)

Robert Parker’s Bull River and the plague of prostitution

Credit: Charles Sykes via AP

Alicia Keys isn’t defined by her flaws. Are you?

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