Guillaume Rocheron, Bill Westenhofer, Erik-Jan De Boer and Donald R. Elliott at the 85th Annual Academy Awards in February. Rhythm & Hues Studios, the company that produced the effects for winning film Life of Pi, recently declared bankruptcy. Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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A scene from the upcoming animated series based on the popular game Angry Birds. The show will be distributed to existing users of the digital game. Rovio hide caption

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Though the Land of Oz looks familiar in Disney's new film Oz The Great and Powerful, it's just one of many iterations of L. Frank Baum's legendary country of wizards, witches and flying monkeys. Walt Disney Pictures hide caption

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The bright colors and throwback feel of the Chilean drama No mask the very real political consequences of the 1988 plebiscite it depicts. (Pictured: Gael Garcia Bernal as Rene Saavedra) Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Producer and songwriter Jeff Bhasker is nominated for four Grammy Awards this weekend, including producer of the year, non-classical division. Ninelle Efremova/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Justin Bieber on stage in December. Bieber's 2012 album Believe, despite selling over 1,000,000 copies, wasn't nominated for a single Grammy Award. Michael Kovac/Getty Images hide caption

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Handguns collected in South-Central Los Angeles as part of a Gun for Gift Card exchange in 2009. One teenager here says getting a gun on the streets is just "one phone call away." Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Los Angeles-based AIDS Healthcare Foundation says a county law requiring condom use at porn shoots is necessary to protect actors from sexually transmitted diseases. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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Sofia Campos, 23, is the head of the United We Dream campaign — a national network of youth-led immigrant organizations. Campos was born in Peru, but grew up in California, entirely unaware of her undocumented status until she tried applying for college scholarships. Courtesy of Sofia Campos hide caption

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