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Trinidad and Tobago Carnival 2018 has sadly ended but we can still enjoy the moment over again in our hearts and minds, until next year. Check out footage from Trinidad Carnival 2018 shot and edited by yours truly, Trinikid.

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23. John Franklin: Children of the Corn, 1984

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John Franklin played the pivotal role of Issac Chroner in the film adaptation of Stephen King's novel, "Children of the Corn". Since the movie he hasn't played any major movie roles and became an English teacher. But in 2015 he quit his job and decided to act again.

22. Lindsey Haun: Village of the Damned, 1995

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Lindsey Haun played the Children's leader, Mara Chaffee in Village Of The Damned. Today she still acts in movies and composes her own soundtracks.

21. Daveigh Chase: The Ring, 2002

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The Ring, one of the creepiest horror films of this generation starred Daviegh Chase who played the role of Samara Morgan. Today, her acting career is still pretty solid. She voices cartoon characters and sings. She also rides in her spare times.

20. Linda Blair: The Exorcist, 1973

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Linda Blair's role in "The Exorcist" won her Golden Globe award. She played demon possessed girl Regan MacNeil. Her career didn't really take off much after. She did however cameo in Supernatural in 2006.

19. Jodelle Ferland: Silent Hill, 2006

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Jodelle is known not just for the role of Sharon and Alessa in Silent Hill: in 2009, she starred in another horror movie, Case 39. Since 2015, she has been working on the science fiction series Dark Matter.

18. Emily Browning: Ghost Ship, 2002

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Emily Browning's role as Katie Harwood was just one of the first roles in her very successful career. She once even turned down an audition to play Bella Swann in Twilight. She currently makes music and stars in the series "American Gods".

17. Isabelle Fuhrman: Orphan, 2009

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Issabelle Fuhrman became another young horror star who went on to do big things. She played the role of Esther in the Orphan and jobs came in big and heavy for the young actor. She appeared in "The Hunger Games" in 2012 and in the movie "Cell" in 2016.

16. Miko Hughes: Pet Sematary, 1989

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Miko Hughes did a great job in his role as Gage Creed in Pet Sematary but even though he managed to land roles in "Melrose Place" and "Bevely Hills" he was unable to make a successful career after.

15. Sissy Spacek: Carrie, 1976

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Sissy Spacek's role as Carrie in the film adapatation of the Stephen King classic "Carrie" won her an Oscar and 3 Golden Globes. She hasn't done much since her role in Carrie but she made appearances in "The Help" and the series "Bloodline". 

14. Ivana Baquero: Pan’s Labyrinth, 2006

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Spanish actress Ivana Baquero dazzled the film makers so much in her audition that they rewrote the script just for her. The character Ofelia was supposed to be 3 years younger but despite being among 1,000 contenders and being too old for the part she was still selected.  Today, Ivana stars in the TV series, The Shannara Chronicles.

13. Kirsten Dunst: Interview With the Vampire, 1994

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We all know that Kirsten Dunst went on to have a very successful career. And some of it can definitely be attributed to her role of Claudia in Interview with the Vampire. She has appeared in cinema over 80 times and nominated for an Oscar and Golden Globe. She is also very active in charity organizations.

12. AnnaSophia Robb: The Reaping, 2007

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AnnaSophia Robb is a massive success right now. But one of her first roles as Loren McConnel. She went on to act in "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and the rest is history. She currently studies at New York Uniersity in the midst of her acting schedule.

11. Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick: The Omen, 2006

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Seamus didn't know back when he played Damien in the sequel to 1976 Omen film that he was acting as the son of the devil. Seamus is currently focusing his acting career to TV series. 

10. Cody Dorkin: Village of the Damned, 1995

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Cody Dorkin from Village of the Damned did not go on to become an actor but currently owns a cinema studio and seeks out fresh young talent.

9. Louise and Lisa Burns: The Shining, 1980

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Lisa and Louise played a big role as the Grady Twins in The Shining but their career ended there. They did no more acting after that and the two sisters also credited the role for their difficulty in getting into schools who turned them down because of shooting. Lisa is now becoming lawyer and Louise is a scientist. 

8. Dakota Fanning: Hide and Seek, 2005

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The part of Emily in Hide and Seek is in no way at the top of Dakota Fanning’s record. Today the actress is only 23, but the list of her films and awards is rather impressive. Apart from acting, Dakota works as a model and presents collections of famous fashion designers.

7. Roger Príncep: The Orphanage, 2007

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Roger played Simón in the Spanish movie The Orphanage that received 7 Goya Awards. He is now pursuing a career in acting.

6. Saoirse Ronan: Lovely Bones, 2009

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In Lovely Bones, Saoirse played the part of Susie, a girl killed by a maniac. Her career is going fairly well: besides numerous nominations for this role and others, the actress received several BAFTA and Golden Globe awards.

5. Christina Ricci: The Addams Family, 1991

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Playing the gloomy Wednesday Addams made Christina Ricci one of the most popular teen actresses of the early ’90s. Despite the fact that she doesn’t have an education in acting, her filming career is going very successfully, and in 2015 she landed the main part in the series Z: The Beginning of Everything.

4. Chloë Grace Moretz: The Amityville Horror, 2005

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Her first success in acting came to Chloë after the role of Chelsea in The Amityville Horror, which became the starting point for her career. Among her works is the role of Carrie White in the remake of the 1976 movie Carrie, as well as numerous TV series.

3. Alex Vincent: Child’s Play, 1988

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The role of Andy Barclay in the movie about the deadly Chucky doll is the most notable in Alex Vincent’s cinema career. Besides the 1988 movie, he also appeared in sequels that came out in 1990 and 2013.

2. Junio Valverde: The Devil’s Backbone, 2001

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In The Devil’s Backbone, Junio Valverde played the ghost of Santi, a boy who died several years before the events of the film. He is still acting: there are roles on TV, feature films, and short films on his record.

1. Johnny Depp: A Nightmare on Elm Street, 1984

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Johnny Depp’s career started with one of the most popular horror movies of all time, A Nightmare on Elm Street. In the 1984 film he played Glen Lantz, one of the teenagers who fell victim to Freddy Krueger.
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Disney's Pirates Of The Caribbean never disappoints in the box office, always bringing in a healthy chunk of money. The new Pirates Of The Caribbean movie is already in keeping with the high standards of the previous ones, globally that is. It is reportedly expected to bring in a stellar $76 million domestically over the four day weekend, which includes estimated earnings up through Memorial Day. And it stands at  $270.6 million globally over the three day weekend.

Note: This article will be updated as more information comes in.

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It's quite rare for Dwayne The Rock Johnson to flop at the Box Office but there is always a first time for everything.

Baywatch grossed a disappointing $18.1 million for its Fri-Sun debut and is expected to barely get to $26 million over the rest of the 4-day weekend. And even though those numbers don't seem too bad, for a movie that cost $69 million to make it's threading a thin line.

Note: This article will be updated as more information comes in.

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A cabbie picks up a nun. She gets into the cab, and the cab driver won’t stop staring at her.

She asks him why is he staring and he replies, “I have a question to ask you but I don’t want to offend you.”

She answers, ‘My dear son, you cannot offend me. When you’re as old as I am and have been a nun a long as I have, you get a chance to see and hear just about everything. I’m sure that there’s nothing you could say or ask that I would find offensive.”

“Well, I’ve always had a fantasy to have a nun kiss me.”

She responds, “Well, let’s see what we can do about that: #1, you have to be single and #2 you must be Catholic.”

The cab driver is very excited and says, “Yes, I am single and I’m Catholic too!”

The nun says “OK, pull into the next alley.” He does and the nun fulfills his fantasy. But when they get back on the road, the cab driver starts crying.

“My dear child,” said the nun, “why are you crying?”

“Forgive me sister, but I have sinned. I lied, I must confess, I’m married and I’m Jewish.”

The nun says, “That’s OK, my name is Kevin and I’m on my way to a Halloween party.”
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Bachelor and Bachelorette parties are usually pretty wild and certain levels of craziness are expected and tolerated. But there is an unspoken limit to the amount of fun that you can actually have. One woman, however, clearly is unaware of these limits because she took her bachelorette party to a whole new level and it all surfaced online.

The woman got a little too "personal" with a stripper. And after some alleged "hacking" the video got sent to the groom and as you can expect, he wasn't too happy about it. 

The woman was literally banged by the stripper (like full penetration). I mean, a little dance might have been forgivable but not a full on banging. 

Like really? 

Obviously, the groom called off the wedding after seeing the video.

The video was then uploaded by a certain Carmelo Delva and went viral on social media. Now, the video gets very lewd and I'm pretty sure it's been deleted by Facebook now but it begs the question --- was the groom right for canceling the wedding or should he have been more lenient given that it was done in a bachelorette party where wildness is usually allowed?

Let me know on Facebook or in the comments section below.
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Is there a limit to the creativity of public proposals? I mean, there are so many imitators out there that you question whether humans even still have the capacity to be original anymore.

But then I stumbled upon a public proposal video while scrolling through Facebook and my fate in human creativity was brought back to life. In the video, it seemed as though the "proposer" and the "proposee" were getting robbed. The police then arrived and falsely accused the "proposer" of having a gun but it was all part of an elaborate and creative plan to publicly propose and it was absolutely beautiful! Check out the video.
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