Sunday, November 23, 2014
 
 
by Clip Syndicate
Robert Pattinson got touchy feely with FKA Twigs on Friday. PDA aside, the British duo kept the afternoon casual, donning workout gear and sweaters to take in the brisk weather and sip on coffee. We first caught a glimpse of the duo's romance in September, when Robert and FKA Twigs took a stroll through NYC. Despite the excitement of their newfound love, the couple has faced a backlash on the Internet. Earlier th   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
American composer John Adams likes nothing better than to see well-known stories in a new light, and his version of the Passion of Christ is told through the eyes of the women who were with Jesus in his final hours. The first full staging of Adams's "The Gospel According to the Other Mary" - the other Mary being the Magdalene - had its premiere on Friday at the English National Opera in a production by Peter Sellars. Its world premiere was as an oratorio in 2012.

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Earlier this week, Complex dropped two major cover stories for our December 2014/January 2015 issue—and we've still got one more coming out soon. One features inimitable Nicki Minaj, who detailed her upcoming album, The Pinkprint and struggling with fame, while the other stars Wale and Jerry Seinfeld, which serves as a precursor to Wale's The Album About Nothing. J.   [READ MORE]
 
In case you live under a rock, Jennifer Lawrence and company returned this week as Katniss and her rebel army in the first part of the final chapter in Lionsgate's Hunger Games saga: Mockingjay - Part 1 . And while it looks like Mockingjay will most definitely bust Age of Extinction 's record holding 100 million dollar debut, the weekend's numbers are falling short of the saga's first two installments. So far, according to The Hollywood Reporter , Mockingjay has pulled in around $55 million domestically and an impressive $67.5 million internationally. What's more, is that those numbers are through Friday alone. Projections have Katniss coming home with with something like $130 million stateside and up to $170 million overseas when the numbers are tallied on Monday.

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Jennifer Aniston looked radiant in a bright coral shift mini dress at a screening for the film "Cake" on Friday night in Los Angeles and cozied up on-camera to fiancé Justin Theroux . The 45-year-old actress paired the look with silver stiletto pumps. Aniston is known best for her role as Rachel in "Friends." "Cake" marks one of her most somber roles. Aniston told E! News, "It was the hardest job I'd ever, you know, taken on and I loved every second of it."

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Not much is normal about the Missouri grand jury responsible for deciding whether to charge a suburban St. Louis police officer for fatally shooting Michael Brown. Not the length of deliberations, not the manner in which it has heard evidence, not the way in which its work could be made public. Then again, the case itself is unusual. Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson, who is white, shot the black unarmed 18-year-old shortly after noon on Aug. 9 in the center of a street, after some sort of scuffle occurred between them. As Brown's body lay there for hours, an angry crowd gathered. Riots and looting occurred the next night. In the following days, police responded with tear gas and smoke canisters as some protesters threw rocks and Molotov cocktails. Whereas a typical case might be presented to a grand jury in a single day, this case has stretched over three months. In this case, St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch hasn't publicly suggested any particular charge against Wilson.

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Taylor Swift 's night at the American Music Awards tomorrow is going be, well, major! Not only is she opening the show with her debut television performance of "Blank Space," but she will also receive the first ever Dick Clark Award for Excellence. The AMAs air on ABC tomorrow at 8 p.m. on ABC. Live From the Red Carpet only on E!

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