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  1. Berlin: 'Sing Street,' New Dardenne Brothers Title Sell for Germany

    3:45 am 2/21/2014

    John Carney's coming-of-age tale, set to the music of U2, and the Dardenne's "Two Days, One Night" are among the few strong presale titles to come out of Berlin's European Film Market.Read more

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  2. U2 on the 'Ordinary Love' of Nelson Mandela (Exclusive Video)

    10:51 am 2/20/2014

    "We really related to what was going on in South Africa," Bono says of the Irish band, which first performed music protesting Apartheid back in the late 1970s, when he, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen, Jr. were still in their teens.Read more

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  3. U2 on Their Oscar Nominated Song and Meeting Nelson Mandela

    10:21 am 2/20/2014

    The rock icons talk about their long history of using music to call attention to issues of social importance, their close relationship with South Africa and Nelson Mandela and their Oscar-nominated song "Ordinary Love," from Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.Read more

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  4. LA-Italia Fest to Honor U2, Song 'Ordinary Love'

    6:27 am 2/20/2014

    The acclaimed Irish rock band joins a star-studded guest list that includes David O. Russell and Steve Coogan.Read more

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  5. Inside Jimmy Fallon's Star-Filled 'Tonight Show' Debut (Video)

    6:27 pm 2/17/2014

    It's a new era for the storied franchise, which opens with a slew of surprise A-list guests, an outdoor performance from U2 and some gentle digs: "Welcome to the Tonight Show. I'm Jimmy Fallon and I'll be your host -- for now." Read more

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  6. Oscars: U2 to Perform 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom' Song

    2:35 pm 2/12/2014

    Bono and The Edge will take the stage to perform Oscar-nominated "Ordinary Love" at the March 2 awards ceremony.Read more

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  7. U2 Rocks the Crowd in Black-and-White 'Invisible' Video

    7:36 am 2/12/2014

    The band recruited Mark Romanek to direct the video for the (RED) track they premiered in a Super Bowl ad for Bank of America.Read more

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