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Today in Movie Culture: ‘The Curse of La Llorona' Easter Eggs, ‘Avengers: Endgame' Stars Name Their Favorite MCU Moments and More

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Easter Eggs of the Day: The Curse of La Llorona was the top-grossing movie over the weekend in its theatrical debut, and now everyone knows about its association with a certain horror franchise. Right? Either way, here's Zac Morris of CZsWorld detailing all the connections to other movies, as well a look at how La Llorona sets up a possible sequel:   Franchise Recap of the Day:...

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Weekend Box Office: Don't cry for me, La Llorona (AV Club Films)

Yahoo! ArtsApr 22, 2019
SpaceX's Crew Dragon appears to have self-destructed during engine testing
SpaceX has had a really fantastic 2019 thus far, with its crowning achievement being the successful launch, docking, and reentry of its Crew Dragon capsule that is expected to be delivered to NASA for crewed missions sooner rather than later. Everything -- well, almost everything -- appeared to be going SpaceX's way this year... until Saturday, that is.According to NASA and multiple eyewitness reports something went very, very wrong with the Crew Dragon vehicle during an abort engine test at Cape Canaveral over the weekend. The engines, which are designed to push the crew capsule out and away from the rest of the launch vehicle if something goes wrong, suffered an "anomaly," according to NASA. Images snapped by people close to the facility suggest the vehicle may have been destroyed in the process.Multiple photos from sightseers nearby the launch facility appear to show a massive cloud of reddish-orange smoke billowing out from the vehicle's location. statement by NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine confirms the anomaly while noting that the agency and SpaceX are working together to figure out exactly what went wrong., a video that began making the rounds on Twitter shortly after the first reports of a problem appears to show a Crew dragon capsule essentially exploding on the launch pad. It's important to note that this video has not been independently verified by any
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