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Installé à l’année aux États-Unis, Noé Elmaleh, le fils de Gad, est actuellement de passage en France. Le jeune l’a fait savoir à ses followers à l’aide d’une photo très sexy.

C’est officiel, Noé Elmaleh est à Paris! Installé outre Atlantique le plus gros de l’année, le fils aîné de l’humoriste Gad Elmaleh et de l’actrice Anne Brochet a fait savoir ce jeudi à ses admirateurs et admiratrices qu’il se trouait à nouveau dans la capitale française. Une annonce pourtant presque passée inaperçue, éclipsée aux yeux des fans par le superbe cliché utilisé par Noé Elmaleh pour illustrer son post Instagram. Une photographie en noir et blanc qui n’a pas manqué de faire réagir de nombreux fans du jeune homme.

Sur la photo en question, le jeune mannequin de 16 ans pose torse nu, vêtu d’un simple jeans déchiré, assis à la fenêtre d’un immeuble haussmannien. La tête tournée vers l’extérieur, les cheveux noirs encore mouillés, il ne porte comme bijoux qu’une discrète bague à la main gauche. L’attention des internautes se pose pourtant avant tout sur les abdominaux du jeune homme. Une tablette de chocolat digne des plus grands sportifs de haut niveau. Rappelons qu’en début d’année, Noé Elmaleh a commencé à faire ses preuves sur les podiums en tant que mannequin aussi bien à New York, à l’occasion de la Fashion Week, qu’à Milan, lors du défilé Dolce & Gabbana. En deux heures, le fils de Gad Elmaleh est en tout cas parvenu à récolter plus de 15000 likes sur son compte Instagram grâce à l’annonce de son arrivée à Paris. L’avenir s’annonce radieux pour le grand frère du petit Raphaël.

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Le cinquième épisode de la saga “Pirates des Caraïbes” pourrait voir revenir le personnage de Will Turner, puisque son interprète Orlando Bloom a déclaré être “en discussion” pour retrouver Johnny Depp dans la suite des aventures de Jack Sparrow.

Selon le Daily Mail, qui rapporte les propos de l’acteur au Comic Con Oz, Orlando Bloom serait en discussion pour revenir dans Pirates des Caraïbes 5. Si les négociations venaient à aboutir, il reprendrait son rôle de Will Turner. Rappelons pour ceux qui ne s’en rappellent pas que dans le troisième épisode de la franchise (le dernier dans lequel il apparaissait) :
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son personnage devenait immortel et le capitaine du Hollandais volant, mais la malédiction qui s’en est suivie ne lui permet de revenir à terre que tous les 10 ans.

Reste donc à savoir comment son retour sera expliqué, le cinquième épisode se passera-t-il très longtemps après l’épisode 4 ?

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Ce qui est certain, c’est que ce cinquième opus est toujours à l’état de développement, puisqu’il n’est attendu que pour juillet 2017 aux Etats-Unis. Pour le premier film, la présence de Johnny Depp était à l’origine de celle d’Orlando Bloom, qui avait accepté pour tourner avec une de ses idoles. Leurs retrouvailles sur le cinquième film, intitulé Dead Men Tell No Tales, seront très attendues, et marquent sans doute un retour aux origines du ton de la saga flibustière.

La bande-annonce de “Into the Woods” dans lequel Johnny Depp donnera de la voix (et des griffes) :

Into the Woods, Promenons-nous dans les bois Bande-annonce (2) VO

 

La bande-annonce du dernier volet de la trilogie Cinquante nuances… révèle que les deux amants se marient enfin, sans toutefois perdre leurs bonnes habitudes : les scènes de sexe très hot, et les accessoires SM sont toujours au rendez-vous!

Le dernier opus de la sulfureuse saga Cinquante nuances… débarque sur grand écran en février prochain, pile pour la St Valentin. La bande-annonce de Cinquante nuances plus claires vient d’être dévoilée, et révèle que les deux amants maudits, Anastasia Steele et son séduisant milliardaire Christian Grey, vont enfin se marier, après de longues hésitations. On y voit donc la belle Dakota Johnson, qui incarne l’héroïne, vêtue d’une splendide robe de dentelle blanche, et l’acteur Jamie Dornan lui passant la bague au doigt. De quoi enthousiasmer les fans, qui attendaient cette union depuis longtemps.

Les scènes érotiques, qui ont fait le succès des deux précédents films, demeurent là encore au cœur de l’intrigue. En une minute de teaser, on aperçoit déjà les personnages manier leurs accessoires SM avec dextérité : fouets, cravaches et autres réjouissances sont au rendez-vous. Malheureusement, la lune de miel promet d’être de courte durée. A la fin de la bande-annonce, un intrus menaçant et armé fait irruption dans le nid d’amour des tourtereaux. M. et Mme Grey, mariés… pour le meilleur, mais surtout pour le pire ?

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WASHINGTON — 

When President Clinton launched a series of military strikes in Sudan, Afghanistan and Iraq in 1998, critics quickly denounced the moves as cynical, political attempts to distract Americans from his impeachment.

They pointed to the 1997 movie “Wag the Dog,” in which a president embroiled in a sex scandal stages a fake war with a tiny country to change the national conversation.

Before entering politics, Donald Trump as a private citizen several times predicted — incorrectly — that President Obama would resort to a similar strategy. “In order to get elected, @BarackObama will start a war with Iran,” he tweeted in late 2011, making a similar statement in 2012.

So when President Trump this week ordered drone strikes that killed an Iranian leader blamed for the deaths of hundreds of American soldiers, he risked a similar backlash.

But so far, few elected Democratic officials have directly accused Trump of launching the attack to divert attention from his impeachment and impending Senate trial, appearing reluctant to mix the politics of two of Congress’ gravest responsibilities: declaring war and impeaching a president.

The top Republican and Democrat in the Senate, during speeches to open a new session of Congress on Friday, went to great lengths to verbally separate the two topics.

Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer of New York said that Trump acted recklessly without congressional approval in the targeted killing of Iranian Gen. Qassem Suleimani. But he spoke separately about the pending impeachment trial in the Senate. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) likewise made no effort to link the two in her statements Friday.

Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) acknowledged that both impeachment and a possible military confrontation with Iran are “two big momentous decisions” Congress now faces. “As to their collision,” he said, “we’ll have to just see what happens.”

As lawmakers return to Washington next week, the political debate around both issues will only grow more feverish. And the subtext is all but certain to bubble to the surface.

A few Democrats are already questioning Trump’s motives.

“I’m concerned that the now impeached president’s actions may have been predicated in politics rather than sound foreign policy,” said Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Los Angeles), citing Trump’s past tweets about Obama and Iran. “Perhaps Donald Trump believes that if he drags the country into war, the American people and Congress will rally behind him. Perhaps he thinks that war is a diversionary tactic. Perhaps he thinks it will drown out the criticisms of his scandal-plagued administration and protect him from removal by the Senate.”

The strikes have also prompted a debate over whether Trump had congressional approval to take the action. Republican allies say Trump has a right to take quick action when the country’s safety is at risk. Democratic critics say the action needed explicit congressional approval, as well as the customary notification to a select, bipartisan group of congressional leaders.

Schumer and Pelosi were not notified in advance, according to their aides. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who played golf with Trump earlier this week, said he was informed about the impending strike. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-Ky.) aide declined to say when the leader learned about the strike.

Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) has introduced a resolution to force a debate over whether to go to war with Iran. Senate rules require that the Senate take up the resolution for debate and a vote, forcing lawmakers to choose sides.

“We owe it to our service members to have a debate and vote about whether or not it’s in our national interest to engage in another unnecessary war in the Middle East,” Kaine said.

Meanwhile, the standoff between the Democratic House and the GOP Senate over the upcoming impeachment trial grew more protracted on Friday. The status of the trial has been in a state of limbo since shortly after the House voted, almost entirely along partisan lines, to impeach the president Dec. 18.

After the House voted last month, the articles of impeachment were expected to swiftly go to the Senate for a trial to determine if Trump should be removed from office. Trump is not expected to be convicted in the Senate because Democrats have nowhere near the 67 votes needed to remove him.

But Pelosi has held the articles in the House, hoping to give Senate Democrats leverage in their negotiations with Senate Republicans for more favorable terms for the trial. McConnell wants to hold opening arguments and then decide whether to allow subpoenas for witnesses and documents. But Democrats want witnesses from the outset, warning that McConnell’s plan would allow Republican senators to present only a “mock trial” to the country while delivering a positive verdict for Trump.

McConnell on Friday appeared unmoved from his position, arguing that the Senate has no responsibility to act as an impartial criminal court.

“Instead of sending the articles to the Senate, they flinched,” McConnell said of House Democrats. “The same people who’d just spent weeks screaming that impeachment was so serious and so urgent that it could not even wait for due process now decided it could wait indefinitely while they checked the political winds and looked for new talking points.”

Pelosi showed no sign of changing her mind either.

“Today, Leader McConnell made clear that he will feebly comply with President Trump’s cover-up of his abuses of power and be an accomplice to that cover-up,” she said. “The GOP Senate must immediately proceed in a manner worthy of the Constitution and in light of the gravity of the President’s unprecedented abuses. No one is above the law, not even the president.”

McConnell indicated that the Senate will continue to confirm Trump nominees to administration jobs as it waits for Pelosi to send the articles of impeachment.


NEW YORK — 

A federal judge on Friday allowed a Rudy Giuliani associate indicted on campaign finance charges to turn over documents to Congress as part of the impeachment proceeding against President Trump.

U.S. District Court Judge Paul Oetken granted Lev Parnas’ request to turn over to the House intelligence committee documents and data seized by federal investigators when Parnas was arrested in October.

Parnas’ attorney said in a court filing he expected to receive the materials from the U.S. Justice Department this week.

Parnas and another man, Igor Fruman, played key roles in efforts by Giuliani, Trump’s personal lawyer, to launch a Ukrainian corruption investigation against Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden and his son Hunter. Parnas and Fruman were indicted in October on federal campaign finance violations related to a $325,000 donation to a group supporting Trump’s reelection. They have pleaded not guilty.

Parnas already has provided documents to the intelligence committee in response to a congressional subpoena. His attorney says he wants to provide more information that falls “within the scope” of the subpoena, including two batches of documents seized from his home and the contents of one of his iPhones, according to court filings.

“Review of these materials is essential to the Committee’s ability to corroborate the strength of Mr. Parnas’s potential testimony,” Parnas’ attorney, Joseph Bondy wrote in a filing.

Prosecutors did not object to Parnas turning over the information.

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The U.S. military carried out an airstrike that killed an Iranian commander, Gen. Qassem Suleimani, escalating the standoff between Washington and Iran. The U.S. Embassy has urged all Americans to leave Iraq — where the killing happened — and Iran has vowed to retaliate.

Los Angeles has one of the largest populations of Iranians outside of Iran, so we want to know how those with ties to the region are handling the news. If you’re Iranian American or have family in Iran or Iraq, tell us what you’re feeling and what questions you have about the killing of Suleimani. To be clear, we care about the opinions of all our readers, but for this article, we are focusing on the members of the Iranian diaspora, given how directly affected they are by the geopolitical crisis.


Democratic presidential candidates attacked President Trump on Friday for ordering the killing of Iran’s top general, saying his recklessness risked dragging the United States into another war in the Middle East.

Campaigning in Dubuque, Iowa, former Vice President Joe Biden warned that militants could soon mount violent assaults on American diplomats and civilians. U.S. military bases and oil assets are also potential targets, he said, and Iran is likely to ramp up efforts to build nuclear weapons.

“Unfortunately, nothing we have seen from this administration over the past three years suggests that they are prepared to deal with the very real risk that we now confront,” Biden said.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders recalled Trump’s campaign pledge to extract America from “endless wars.”

“Tragically, his actions now put us on the path to another war, potentially one that could be even worse than before,” Sanders told a crowd in Anamosa, Iowa.

At his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla., Trump said Friday that he ordered the deadly drone strike against Gen. Qassem Suleimani because the Iranian was plotting to kill many Americans.

Trump’s sudden escalation of U.S. tensions with Iran played to the different strengths and weaknesses of the Democratic candidates.

For Sanders, a staunch anti-interventionist, the attack provided a moment to remind voters he opposed the Iraq war because he believed it would lead to greater destabilization. For Biden, it was a chance to highlight his foreign-policy expertise.

Several of the Democrats vying to challenge Trump’s reelection in November acknowledged Suleimani was a threat to U.S. interests, but cast the president nonetheless as impulsive and unreliable in his dealings with Iran and other foreign adversaries.

On Thursday night, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren called Suleimani a “murderer, responsible for the deaths of thousands, including hundreds of Americans.” She went on to warn Friday morning on Twitter that the U.S. was “on the brink of yet another war in the Middle East — one that would be devastating in terms of lives lost and resources wasted.

“We’re not here by accident,” she wrote. “We’re here because a reckless president, his allies, and his administration have spent years pushing us here.”

At a town hall in North Conway, N.H., Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Ind., conceded Suleimani was “not a good guy.” But America’s recent experience in the Middle East, he said, has shown that “taking out a bad guy is not a good idea unless you’re ready for what comes next.”

“This must not be the beginning of another endless war,” said Buttigieg, an Afghanistan war veteran.

Another Democratic candidate, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, said Trump’s history of making reckless and impulsive decisions that undercut U.S. strategic goals and harm allies in places such as Syria left him “deeply concerned” ab
out the president’s decision.

“I think it is imperative that this administration now tries to de-escalate this crisis because we don’t want to provoke a wider conflict and we want to make sure we protect American lives around the world,” Bloomberg told supporters at a campaign stop in North Carolina.

New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker echoed the concerns of his Democratic rivals.

“We have a president who has had really a failure in his Iranian policy who’s had no larger strategic plan and has made that region less stable and less safe,” he told CNN.

Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar, another Democratic contender, told a crowd in Waterloo, Iowa, that she was concerned about Trump not consulting House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other congressional leaders in advance of the attack.

“We need to restore sanity to our foreign policy,” she said.

Times staff writers Janet Hook, Melissa Gomez, Seema Mehta and Eli Stokols contributed to this report.


Adrian McIntyre, a 6-foot-3 senior guard for Saugus, scored 48 points and had 13 rebounds on Friday night to help the Centurions defeat Santa Fe 77-56 in a nonleague basketball game.

Noah Veluzat of Valencia finished with 30 points, 12 assists and 11 rebounds in a 84-65 win over Paraclete.

Joshua Christopher and Dior Johnson combined to score all but two of Mayfair’s points in 73-65 win over Bishop Montgomery. Christopher had 44 points and Johnson 27. Isaiah Johnson had 28 points for Bishop Montgomery.

Chatsworth Sierra Canyon defeated New Jersey Patrick 71-56. BJ Boston scored 21 points and Ziaire Williams 16.

Santa Ana Mater Dei defeated Maryland Bishop Walsh 71-60. Devin Askew scored 15 points and Harrison Hornery 14.

Santa Monica received 23 points from Daniel Michelini-Jackson in a 65-60 win over Shadow Hills.

Christian Moore had 19 points and 12 rebounds to lead Brentwood to an 80-51 win over Maranatha.

Giovanni Goree scored 23 points in Viewpoint’s 62-55 win over Pilibos.

Los Alamitos defeated Huntington Beach 59-41. Dave Olcomendy had 16 points.

TJ Muhammad contributed 17 points in Crossroads’ 81-59 win over Carson.

Troy Anderson scored 24 points in Moorpark’s 76-39 win over Santa Paula.

Westlake defeated Camarillo 67-58. Kyle MacLean had 21 points. Carter Alexander led Camarillo with 25 points.

St. Bernard held off Long Beach Poly 53-50. Peyton Watson had 19 points for Poly.

Chaminade defeated Victor Valley 93-45. Keith Higgins finished with 19 points.


Japreece Dean covered her face as she fell to the floor. The senior, seated with her knees pulled to her chest, could finally breathe a sigh of relief as the horn sounded.

Dean’s game-high 23 points helped No. 10 UCLA survive a 68-66 nail-biter against Arizona State on Friday night at Pauley Pavilion as the Bruins (13-0, 2-0 Pac-12 Conference) set a school record for wins to start a season. The historic victory set up a matchup of unbeatens with No. 18 Arizona (13-0, 2-0) visiting at noon Sunday.

The Sun Devils (10-4, 0-2) were the third-best offensive rebounding team in the nation entering Friday’s game, and it showed in the final 15 seconds when Arizona State grabbed three offensive rebounds and had three shots to either tie or win the game.

UCLA coach Cori Close, watching from the sideline, described the sight of the ball bouncing wildly between a mass of outstretched arms as “panic.”

“They person-handled us in the last four minutes,” Close said. “They absolutely wanted rebounds more than we did.”

The Bruins had a 10-rebound edge in the first half, but Arizona State roared back with a 27-9 advantage in the second half despite not having a single player with more than seven rebounds. The Sun Devils grabbed 14 offensive rebounds in the fourth quarter.

UCLA didn’t score for the final 1 minute 59 seconds after Dean rattled in a three-pointer, her fifth of the game, to break the game’s seventh tie. With Arizona State controlling the boards, the Bruins got only one more shot attempt the rest of the game after Dean’s clutch shot. The Sun Devils had seven during that time.

“[Assistant] coach Tasha [Brown] said it best in the locker room: We lost track of who we were and we lost track of how we’re built,” Close said. “And that’s the truth. And in the Pac-12 schedule, we gotta learn quickly.”

After eclipsing the 1980-81 team for the best start in school history, UCLA, which survived despite just nine points from leading scorer Michaela Onyenwere, turned its attention the Wildcats, who are also off to their best start in program history. Arizona extended its winning streak dating to last season to 19 after a 65-57 win over USC on Friday.

Leading scorer Aari McDonald scored 24 points in Arizona’s win Friday.

When the postgame conversation turned to the Wildcats, Dean, who was seated next to Charisma Osborne at the news conference, imitated putting a crown on the freshman’s head at the mention of McDonald’s name. Osborne, Dean explained, was the best defender on the team and earned an imaginary crown early in the season. After two strong defensive games against Georgia and Indiana, Dean took the crown for herself. But with McDonald coming up, Osborne, who finished with 10 points and seven rebounds Friday, needed the honor back.

“I thought she played good tonight, so I gave it back to her so she can be ready to guard McDonald,” Dean said with a laugh.

Close, who didn’t know of the inside joke, smiled.

“There’s going to need to be a lot of crowns on Sunday,” the coach said.


Highlights from the USC women’s basketball team’s 65-57 loss to No. 18 Arizona on Jan 3, 2020.

Aari McDonald scored 24 points, her 50th consecutive double-figure game, and Cate Reese posted her fifth double-double this season as the No. 18 Arizona women’s basketball team held off USC 65-57 on Friday night at Galen Center to remain undefeated.

The Wildcats are 13-0 (2-0 Pac-12 Conference) for the first time in program history and also extended their winning streak to 19, dating to last season, the longest active streak in the nation. Arizona visits UCLA — which also is 13-0 overall and 2-0 in the Pac-12 — in a showdown Sunday.

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The Trojans were within three points with just less than two minutes left Friday but didn’t score again as McDonald added three free throws and Helena Pueyo, who finished with 11 points, sank two more for the final margin. Reese had 17 points and 11 rebounds, and Semaj Smith grabbed 12 rebounds to go with her eight points. The Wildcats were 16 of 17 at the line compared with six-for-seven shooting for USC.

Aliyah Jeune scored 17 points, Angel Jackson added 16 points, and Endyia Rogers had 14 points with eight rebounds for the Trojans (8-5, 0-2).

Arizona scored the final six points of the first half to go ahead 33-32 and clung to the lead in the second half, with McDonald and Reese scoring six points each in the third quarter to give the Wildcats an eight-point cushion heading into the final period.

Arizona announced Wednesday that senior forward Tee Tee Starks was to have surgery on her left shoulder and is out for the season. A part-time starter during her career, Starks had not played this season because of the injury suffered last season.