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m>Avatar star Sam Worthington returns to the realm of the 3-D blockbuster as Perseus, son of the god Zeus, in Clash of the Titans. It's one of several 3-D pictures currently competing for space on a big screen near you. Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Movies

Coming To A Screen Near You: A 3-D Clash

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Coming To A Screen Near You: A 3-D Clash

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Michael J. Madsen just sent his notice giving up his part-time gig teaching commercial photography. He says he's happy staying at home with his son, Jenson, and when he enters the workforce again, he'll be a baby photographer. Courtesy of Michael J. Madsen/michaeljmadsen.com hide caption

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Economy

Stay-At-Home Dads Grapple With Going Back To Work

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Stay-At-Home Dads Grapple With Going Back To Work

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