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‘Paddington 2’ stars pick prison names



The lovable Paddington Bear is framed for a crime he didn’t commit and sent to prison in family sequel “Paddington 2.” The film’s director Paul King and his co-screenwriter, actor Simon Farnaby, have been cooking up stories which could land the movie’s stars behind bars too. (Feb. 9)

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  • sooo now their trying to program children into accepting being prisoners huh? grrreatttt…parents please wake up and realize what's being fed to your children via the media.