Tuesday, November 21, 2017
: SNTV - Sofia Vergara And Joe Manganiello CAPTION: Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello proved they are one of Hollywood's hottest couples as they hit the red carpet for the Jurassic World premiere. The pair, who are soon to be married, looked as loved up as ever as they posed for photos before the screening. Modern Family star Sofia looked stylish and svelte in a black fishtail skirt and matching top. Adding a few extra inches the 42 year old finished her look with a pair of towering Christian Louboutin platforms. While Magic Mike hotty Joe looked dashing and dapper in a grey suit, shirt and tie combo. Giving them a run for their money was other hot couple Anna Farris and Chris Pratt. Posing for photos Anna couldn't have looked prouder of her other half and star of the movie Chris….Well he did battle dinosaurs to save the day.   [READ MORE]
Jurassic World star and all-around perfect guy, Chris Pratt, is our Man Crush Monday this week, but there's more to him than just smoldering good looks and comedic timing - he's a husband with a beautiful family.   [READ MORE]
The Swayambhunath temple in Kathmandu, known as the "Monkey Temple", was reduced to a pile of rubble by the earthquake that devastated much of Nepal on 25 April. Archeologists are at the site to catalogue what is left and prevent any looting.   [READ MORE]
Robots and dinosaurs mingled with cosplayers as Japan's largest video-sharing website Niconico opens its two-day meet-up gala which is expected to attract more than 100,000 fans for the offline get together.   [READ MORE]
Most of the antiquities at the Iraqi archaeological sites destroyed by Islamic State jihadists had been moved to various museums around the world, and a lot of the archaeology remains untouched, a professor of Iraqi history said. Duration: 01:15   [READ MORE]
Science is now looking to nature to find the best way to store data in a way that will make it last for millennia. Just one gram of DNA is theoretically capable of containing all the data of internet giants such as Google and Facebook. Researchers in Zurich wanted to find ways to combine the storage capacity of DNA with the stability of the DNA found in fossils. The Zurich team say their process could make the data encoded in DNA readable in 10,000 years' time or even longer


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