Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal speaks during a press conference Monday in Atlanta to announce his rejection of a controversial "religious liberty" bill. He said: "I have examined the protections that this bill proposes to provide to the faith-based community and I can find no examples of any of those circumstances occurring in our state." David Goldman/AP hide caption

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Disney and other companies have threatened to stop film production in Georgia if the state's controversial "religious liberty" bill becomes law. AMC Networks, which films The Walking Dead in Georgia, has also spoken out against the bill. PR Newswire via AP hide caption

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Do You Want To Build A Lawsuit? China Totally Copied 'Frozen,' Kid Says

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Pixar's Brad Bird Talks French Food, Animated Rats And New Film 'Tomorrowland'

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Sergeant Mariya Oktyabrskaya is one of the women featured on Jason Porath's blog Rejected Princesses. Oktyabrskaya was the first female tanker to ever win the Hero of the Soviet Union award. Jason Porath hide caption

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No Tiara, No Problem: 'Rejected Princesses' Have Stories Worth Telling

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In this handout image provided by Disney, Star Wars creator George Lucas has a playful lightsaber duel with Jedi Mickey Mouse at Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., on Aug. 14, 2010. Disney announced Tuesday that it was buying Lucasfilm Ltd. for $4.05 billion. Getty Images hide caption

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Warren Spector talks to journalists on October 27, 2010 during Paris Games week. Franck Fife/Getty hide caption

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'Epic Mickey' Takes Disney's Mouse Into A Video Game 'Wasteland'

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