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The carousel is already spinning in a peculiar new way, the Detroit Lions and Los Angeles Rams having set the tone for a wild market with their blockbuster swap of Matthew Stafford and Jared Goff.

The NFL’s quarterback shuffling has begun, and the first blockbuster trade of the offseason is in place.

Unless people miss audience members talking or eating loudly during a movie, it’s hard to see viewers reverting en masse to movie houses—with the likely exception of seeing blockbuster movies that demand the big screen.

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That mild air foiled any chance of a blockbuster snowstorm of the likes seen in northern Pennsylvania, south central New York and Vermont, where more than 40 inches fell in a few locations.

Overall, mortgage rates remain very low and are unlikely to shift unless a blockbuster spending package is passed before the end of the year.

The 2012 miniseries he co-starred in, Hatfields McCoys, was a ratings blockbuster for the History channel.

Not only, in the rarest of cases, where there a female lead in a blockbuster action movie, but the damsel in distress was a dude.

Cast Angelina Jolie in that role with Brad Pitt as the cave hubbie, and maybe we have a blockbuster in the making.

Such standout performances have been rare: her big-screen blockbuster salvo, Batman Begins (2005), fizzled to nothing.

On no other show would you see an A-list actor from a newly released blockbuster like Gone Girl getting fired up over Islam.

We used to think that the B-17 was a huge plane, and the blockbuster it carried a huge load.

Our own blockbuster should get there before they fire again.

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