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OUCH! Disney Bought George Lucas' Star Wars: Episode VII Ideas Then Said F*ck It And Made Up Brand New Ones!

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Yikes! This is pretty brutal!

George Lucas admitted last week that he had been planning on directing at least the first film of the upcoming Star Wars reboot trilogies, but ended up deciding against it.

Well, turns out the director hadn't just planned on directing, he actually wrote and sold Disney a whole bunch of ideas for the film!

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Except — awkward — Disney wasn't that into them and said f*ck it then brainstormed all new ones!

OUUUUUUUUCH!

George said:

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Domestic Violence Charges Against U.S. Olympic Soccer Star Hope Solo Have Been Dropped!

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As we reported back in June, U.S. Olympic soccer star Hope Solo was charged with domestic violence after she allegedly assaulted her half-sister and nephew while intoxicated at her home in Seattle, WA.

Today, a judge has dismissed all charges against the 33-year-old.

[ Related: Hope Solo Breaks Her Silence On Her Arrest! ]

The decision was greatly motivated by the lack of cooperation from the athlete's half-sister and son, who were the case's most prominent witnesses.

According to the goalkeeper's attorney, Todd Maybrown:

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Two Boyhood Producers Will Be Denied The Right To Go On Stage At The Oscars If The Film Wins — But WHY??

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This certainly seems totally screwed up, no?

Boyhood, the 12-year project helmed by Richard Linklater starring Ethan Hawke, Patricia Arquette, Ellar Coltrane, and Lorelai Linklater, is slated to be one of the films nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars.

Since, ya know, it did just win the prestigious award at the Golden Globes.

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Well, it seems that if the film does win, two of the producers who were instrumental in the project's funding will be DENIED the right to

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Charlie Hebdo Will Print A RECORD Number Of Issues This Week To Be Available Worldwide!

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Charlie Hebdo will not be silenced by terror attacks.

The satirical magazine that was the site of the Paris Terror attack where 12 people were killed, including four of their own cartoonists, will publish an issue this week at an estimated record three million copies.

To put that into perspective, the publication generally publishes 60,000 copies on a regular week.

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It was originally believed that the magazine would sell about a million copies this week, however the increase in copies comes from the outpouring of support from around the world following the jihadist attack.

The cover (above) shows

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Following The Terrorist Attack, 'Stupidity Will Not Win' & Charlie Hebdo Will Publish An Issue Next Week

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Wow. This takes some true courage — courage we're so glad they have!

After suffering a truly barbaric terrorist attack in Paris, France yesterday on January 7th, satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo will go forward with publishing an issue next week.

In an attack that killed 12 people, those who are still alive and working for the newspaper will put out an issue next week.

[ Related: 1 Suspect In Custody, 2 Still At Large In France After Attack ]

They are hoping to publish upwards of one million copies of the issue, which is a MUCH higher number from the 60,000 they normally publish weekly.

In addition to this, they will also cut down the length of the issue from sixteen pages — it's normal amount — to eight pages.

Charlie Hebdo columnist Patrick Pollux spoke out about the decision, saying:

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