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Wanted

  1. Chelsea Bombing Suspect Charged With Attempted Murder of Police OfficersAhmad Khan Rahami, a 28-year-old U.S. citizen of Afghan descent, was wounded by police.
  2. the business of being porn
    The Female Porn Director Winning All the Awards“What does my vagina have to do with directing?”
  3. wanted
    U.S. Offers $10 Million for Pakistani Militant ChiefHafiz Muhammad Saeed is the founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba.
  4. wanted
    Stewart Is Reportedly Wanted to Take Over for JolieRumors have ‘Twilight’ star playing young assassin in sequel.
  5. the industry
    Angelina Jolie Says No to Wanted 2She’ll do the sci-fi film ‘Gravity’ instead
  6. the industry
    Plotless Video Game Sparks Predictable Four-Studio Bidding WarPlus: Piper Perabo! Mase! Terrorism!
  7. vulture lists
    10 Greatest Hit Jobs in Movie HistorySomething about a guy killing another guy at the behest of another guy sets filmmakers’ imaginations racing in a way that few other narrative devices can.
  8. the industry
    Keanu Reeves to Avenge Death of His Samurai Master, Presumably With His ActingPlus: That 9-year old who wrote the dating book finally gets a movie deal.
  9. the industry
    Hilary Duff Plays It ‘Cool’Plus, sequels on the way for ‘Wanted,’ ‘Camp Rock,’ and ‘School of Rock.’
  10. the sports section
    Is Hank Steinbrenner Trying to Make a Name for Himself?After a columnist labeled George Steinbrenner “The Boss” years back, the cranky Yankees owner started using the term to describe himself. He’d refer to himself in the third person by the name. Now that his sons are taking over control of the team, one has to wonder if they’ll try the same tactic. It seems like Hank, at least, has started to try to make one stick for himself this week. • On new manager Joe Girardi’s last firing. When asked if the club looked into it, he said: “I don’t want to get too much into that, but we’re not stupid.” [10/22] • On Brian Cashman’s recommendations: ”The baseball people we have are the smartest guys in the game,” he said. ”I’m not stupid. It’s not like I’m not going to pay attention to what they say.” [10/29] • On A-Rod’s contract: “I really believe that in his heart, [A-Rod] wants to be a Yankee, and we’re going to let him know he’s wanted. But we’re not going to be stupid.” [10/27] • On prospects: “We want to win the World Series every year,” Hank Steinbrenner said. “We’re not stupid enough to think we can do it.” [10/25] Oh, Hank. Nicknames have to make sense for them to stick.