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Please watch the latest episode of "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D" before you watch "Avengers: Age of Ultron." You'll be glad that you did.

Review: Criss Angel soars on 'The 5 Lives of Criss Angel' Mindfreak Special

The world's No. 1 magician, Criss Angel, soared on the fifth season of "Mindfreak," which was entitled "The 5 Lives of Criss Angel."

'Avengers: Age of Ultron' wins but not as big as expected

"Avengers: Age of Ultron" opened real big. But, it did not break an opening record. Truth be told, it opened less than projected.

Review: 'Nuestro Monte Luna' is a coming-of-age film with bullfighting Special

'Nuestro Monte Luna' is ostensibly about bullfighting, but the film manages to be about so much more as it details the lives of the people in a small Colombian town.

Review: 'TransFatty Lives' is an artist's journey with ALS Special

Patrick O'Brien, up until 2005, was known for his weird art films and projects, but it's all put in jeopardy when he finds out he has ALS.

Review: Hot Docs’ ‘World Showcase’ provides new takes on war & violence Special

War and the effects of violence is of particular interest in this year’s Hot Docs “World Showcase” program, ranging from historical accounts to stories related to recent to headlines to a worldwide concern.

Review: 'S.H.I.E.L.D #5' feels like reading 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D'

Agents Melinda May and Leo Fitz join Wanda Maximoff on a mission to neutralize an illegal mystic weapons manufacturing operation.

Review: 'Tom Swift and His Electric Rifle' highlights the Taser problem Special

When Tom and Rick Smith invented the Taser M26 model, they had every intention of giving police a non-lethal alternative to guns. As 'Tom Swift and His Electrical Rifle' shows, however, those intentions didn't translate to perfect safety.

Ben E. King passes away at the age of 76

Music legend, Ben E. King has passed away at age 76. He is most known for the song "Stand By Me." His music has captivated listeners for generations.

Review: 'Placebo' finds no easy antidote at medical school Special

Mixing animation and live-action, 'Placebo' is an undercover documentary that tries to, with some success, bring light to a troubling student culture at India's most prestigious medical school.

Director Heath Cozens talks the power of 'Doglegs' Special

Doglegs is a Tokyo wrestling league for disabled fighters, and director Heath Cozens took on the monumental task of translating their experiences in an emotional way. Cozens spoke with Digital Journal on filming, the league's future and much more.

'Avengers: Age of Ultron' marks superhero invasion

The easiest prediction that will take place this weekend is that "Avengers: Age of Ultron" will win the box office. With that out of the way, now comes the tricky part.

Hulu acquires 'Seinfeld' & secures partnership with AMC Networks

The Hulu streaming service has acquired the exclusive license for "Seinfeld," which will be available starting June. It also has a partnership with AMC Networks.

Review: 'Spider-Man & X-Men #6' is comically 'Sinister'

The X-Men have to go on another interesting adventure to rescue their beloved professor, Spider-Man, captured by Mr. Sinister this time.

Review: 'Wolverine's #16' is the most 'Sinister' issue of series

Nuero leads the "heroes" into a trap and reveals that everything has been orchestrated by Mr. Sinister, who seeks revenge.

Review: 'Gayby Baby' is a slice of life with a message Special

Though the gay marriage debate has been settled in some places, in Australia it still rages. One documentary examines same-sex parents through the eyes of children.

Review: 'Radical Grace' wants to shake up the Catholic church Special

In 2008, the Vatican, concerned about a "feminist spirit" in U.S. nuns, launched two separate investigations. 'Radical Grace' follows three "radical" nuns as they demand change within the Catholic church.

Review: 'Thank You For Playing' is painful but essential watching Special

When Ryan Green's young son is diagnosed with cancer, he begins to develop a video game based on the highs and lows of his experience.

YouTube partnering with top content creators on feature films

YouTube is cranking up its production of its own feature films, with five new partnerships announced this month. This move is part of the new stage of evolution of YouTube as the world’s default media streaming service.

Actor Danny Boushebel chats acting and Cannes 2015 Special

Lebanon-born actor Danny Boushebel chatted with Digital Journal about his upcoming film Much Loved that’s headed to Cannes this year, New York theatre and his latest role on CBS’s Elementary.

Alison Sweeney talks new 'Murder, She Baked' culinary movie Special

Acclaimed actress Alison Sweeney chatted with Digital Journal about her newest film, "Murder, She Baked: A Chocolate Chip Cookie Mystery."

Review: 'Doglegs' looks at the disabled in an entirely new way Special

A documentary about a Tokyo wrestling league populated with disabled fighters is sure to raise a few eyebrows. But director Heath Cozens empowers this cast of characters and challenges perspectives on the disabled.

Review: Homeless buskers are the endearing subjects of 'Lowdown Tracks' Special

In Toronto, a common pedestrian experience is walking around and ignoring the city's homeless population. 'Lowdown Tracks' looks at several homeless subjects trying to make some money busking.

2015 Tony Awards nominations announced

The 2015 Tony Awards nominations were revealed this morning (April 28) in New York. "An American in Paris" and "Fun Home" led all nominees with 12 each.

Review: Game of Thrones Episode 3: Headless men, faceless men

Another week, and another stunning tour through Westeros. While the first two episodes had the distinct feel of a slow but needed hang over from last season, episode 3 starts to lay the groundwork for what promises to be exciting plot threads this season.

Review: Comedy legends Kids in the Hall bring the funny in reunion tour Special

When comedians embark on a reunion tour, nostalgia mainly fuels audience intrigue and ticket sales. But Canadian sketch legends The Kids in the Hall not only brought back beloved characters but also proved their comedy writing is as sharp as ever.

'Furious 7' wins again; goes over $1 billion overseas, too

Not only did "Furious 7" win at the box office again, the news overseas may be the better headline of the weekend. "Furious 7" held off "Age of Adaline" for its fourth win.

Review: 'Committed' is about one man's pursuit of showbiz success Special

A documentary nearly a decade-and-a-half in the making, 'Committed' tells the story of a man who wants to be a performer. His life takes an interesting turn when he meets Howie Mandel.

Review: See NYC's 'Cannibal cop' in a different light in 'Thought Crimes' Special

If someone were to go into an online chat room or message board and fantasize about kidnapping and cannibalizing women, but never acts on it, has this person committed a crime?

Review: 'A Woman Like Me' is a unique cancer journey Special

When Alex Sichel found out she had breast cancer — an incurable form, at that — she began to work through accepting her diagnosis with a film mirroring her life.

Justin Bieber settles lawsuit with Miami paparazzi, more on way

A lawyer for Canadian singer Justin Bieber has confirmed the embattled, misbehaving pop star has come to a settlement with a Florida photographer who filed a lawsuit against him. Bieber's lawyer, Jeremiah Reynolds, did not release the details.

Jamie Raven enjoys great stats with Britain's Got Talent audition

British magician Jamie Raven has many incredible statistics to celebrate thanks to his viral "Britain's Got Talent" audition.

Review: 'Mussa' is a moving look at African refugees in Israel Special

For a documentary with a mostly silent protagonist, 'Mussa' has a lot to say about Israeli society and the country's attitude towards African refugees.

Some German theaters are boycotting Avengers: Age of Ultron

Theaters have pulled the movie Avengers: Age of Ultron, before its release. It is said the boycott is to send a message to Disney regarding oppressive business practices.

Bruce Jenner transitioning to woman but kids will call him dad

The entertainment site Radar Online revealed that reality star, and former Olympian, Bruce Jenner, in the process of transitioning from a man to a woman, will still be 'dad' to his children. He has six of them.

Actor from 'Everybody Loves Raymond' commits suicide

'Everybody Loves Raymond' star Sawyer Sweeten, who played one of the twins on the popular sitcom, committed suicide on Thursday. He was 19 years old.

Movie news: 'Furious 8' is on and a mutiny on Adam Sandler's set

As the Hollywood summer season looms (starts May 1), news sometimes comes fast and furious. OK, that was too easy to write, but movie news is out and about in a big way right now.

'Furious 7' shoots for No. 4; 'Age of Adaline' goes for romance

All box office eyes are turning the way of "Avengers: Age of Ultron." So, now, let the weekend take a little dip to get ready. Sure, a slow down is not always great for theater owners, but a lull is here.

Robert Downey Jr walks out of 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' interview

In what was supposed to be an easy interview about "Avengers: Age of Ultron" for Robert Downey Jr., it turned out to be much more.

Video: Ghost Girl on Brazilian subway is a terrifying ordeal

A ghost girl terrorized late night subway riders in the city of Fortaleza in Brazil. The appearance is terrifying and many passengers and some city authorities have reacted negatively to the horrifying spectacle.

Op-Ed: Sex and the city: Survey ranks most sex-happy cities in U.S.

In this month's issue of Men's Health, the magazine reports on a survey it conducted on the most sex-happy cities in the U.S.
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