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Corbyn gets rapturous reception at Glastonbury

Teenagers lined up with “Jezza” written on their faces in red lipstick, and flags saying “We heart Corbyn” flew above the crowd of thousands who gathered rhythmically chanting “Oh Jeremy Corbyn”. The Labour leader gave a stirring and impassioned speech on the Pyramid stage at Glastonbury, preaching to his core ...

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Jake Gyllenhaal aims for the Oscar (again)

For me, the answer is as simple as it is difficult to spell. Since his (proper) debut in October Sky, he has managed to stand out as the most versatile, dedicated, prolific, courageous and straight-out brilliant actor of his generation. So where’s the recognition? The Academy is known for its ...

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The OC reunion? ‘It would be nice to see everybody’

At a time when early noughties revivals are in fashion, bringing back a show which gained an impressive fan based like The OC doesn’t seem improbable. In an interview with Entertainment News, Bilson said she would consider reprising her role as the charming Summer Roberts, if her co-stars were on ...

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Crime show Riviera opens to record viewers

This makes it the biggest launch ever for the network, surpassing the success of other shows like Big Little Lies and Billions. It also makes it the single most watched Sky original production since the first season of Fortitude. Riviera is a crime thriller set in the sun-drenched South of ...

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Banksy’s secret identity: Who is ‘Robert’?

The British DJ was talking to hip hop artist Scroobius Pip on his weekly podcast on Tuesday when he was asked about graffiti art being misunderstood. “Give me a bubble letter and put it on a t-shirt and write ‘Banksy’ on it and we’re sorted. We can sell it now,” ...

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Ron Howard steps in as Han Solo director

The news comes from Disney Studios, the company which owns Lucasfilm, amid assurances the film will resume shooting in July and maintain its release date of 25 May 2018. Howard is stepping in after the studio sacked directing duo Phil Lord and Chris Miller, responsible for the highly successful and ...

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Andy Warhol’s first selfie could fetch £7m

The photo is part of a sequence of snapshots Warhol took at a New York dime store photo-booth in 1963, when he was 35. The first of nine different works, the artwork will be auctioned at Sotheby’s next week. It will be listed with an estimate price of £5m-£7m. More ...

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Keaton wants James Norton to be the next Bond

The odds on the Grantchester star playing the spy have come down since the start of the year. Keaton plays Norton’s mum in new film Hampstead and says she thinks he would be perfect for 007. “He’s got everything that you need. First of all he’s extremely attractive, very smart, ...

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Downton Abbey film shooting to start next year

According to NBC Studios president Michael Edelstein, the project has been in the works “for some time” – but it is taking time to get original cast members on board. He said: “We are working on getting the script right and then we’ve got to figure out how to get ...

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Brooklyn Beckham: ‘Photographer, not model’

The oldest of the three Beckham children has published a photography collection titled What I See, in which he shares 300 snapshots of his own life. The 18-year-old son of footballer David and fashion designer Victoria said he loves to photograph his famous parents and hopes his experience in front ...

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Daniel Day-Lewis: The end of acting?

There will be no more milkshakes, no more glass eyes, no more handlebar moustaches, primal screams, tearful gazes or heartbreaking performances. We say goodbye to one of the greatest actors who ever lived. Day-Lewis is not dead of course, just retired. But that the man is alive matters very little ...

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Who should follow Day-Lewis into retirement?

by Duarte Garrido, Entertainment Reporter There is a time in every actor’s career, when he or she should consider the fact that the extra money may not be worth the humiliation. There is, of course, a gentler way of putting it: quit while you’re ahead. Daniel Day-Lewis has announced he ...

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