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Sean P. Means
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Bernie Tiede is escorted into the Panola County Courthouse, in Carthage, Texas, on Tuesday May 6, 2014. Tiede, a former mortician, whose killing of a rich widow shook an East Texas town and later inspired a movie was released on bond Tuesday after the district attorney who prosecuted him agreed to let him out of a life sentence. (AP Photo/The News-Journal, Michael Cavazos)
The Cricket’s Daily 3: Go go, Power Rangers!

Here’s what’s being talked about in pop culture:

• A new live-action "Power Rangers" movie is coming, after Lionsgate and Saban Entertainment signed a deal. [The Huffington Post]

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• Emma Stone will appear in her second Woody Allen movie. [Variety]

• Texas killer Bernie Tiede has been granted an early release from prison, after serving 17 years for the shooting death of Marjorie Nugent. One condition of his release: He must live in the garage apartment of filmmaker Richard Linklater, who directed the movie — "Bernie," starring Jack Black, Matthew McConaughey and Shirley MacLaine — about Tiede’s case. [Texas Tribune]

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