• Millie Bobby Brown to star in 'Enola Holmes Mysteries'

    Millie Bobby Brown to star in 'Enola Holmes Mysteries'

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    Brown is continuing her relationship with Legendary as she recently completed a starring role in the Michael Dougherty-directed Godzilla sequel for Legendary and Warner Bros. The project will be bankrolled by Alex Garcia and Ali Mendes under the banner of Legendary Entertainment . Likewise, Brown clearly already has enough clout to bank on.
  • Angelo Mathews reinstated as Sri Lanka captain in limited-overs formats

    Angelo Mathews reinstated as Sri Lanka captain in limited-overs formats

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    Mathews, who will take over the charge from Chandimal, said the elevation to the skipper's position is an honour for him. "During the discussion, the Chairman of selectors informed me that they are considering appointing either Angelo Mathews or Dinesh Chandimal to fill the role", SLC president Thilanga Sumathipala said.
  • No Weed At Coachella 2018 Despite Legalization

    No Weed At Coachella 2018 Despite Legalization

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    Even in 2018 and beyond". It ends with a promise to change the answer if the answer changes, but it doesn't look like concert goers will be lighting up at 4:20 on 4/20 this year unless they skip out on the afternoon bands. Nine state and D.C. have legalized recreational marijuana in defiance of federal law, though only six have systems in place for retail weed sales: Alaska, California , Colorado, Nevada, Oregon and Washington state.
  • NY Times Cancels James Franco TimesTalk Over

    NY Times Cancels James Franco TimesTalk Over "Recent Allegations"

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    The two worked together on the 2014 off-Broadway production of The Long Shrift . She took the tweet down. The Cut and other publications reached out to the actress for comment. Lucy Clode, who was 17 at the time , had gone to see Franco on Broadway in Of Mice and Men , and posted a video to Instagram of herself and the actor taken while he signed autographs that night.
  • Alton Towers unveils new rollercoaster

    Alton Towers unveils new rollercoaster

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    But later this year, a Wicker Man ride will become a reality at Alton Towers Resort in the United Kingdom. Touted as a "multisensory rite of passage guaranteed to get your heart pumping and senses tingling", the Alton Towers ride is now under construction via the Pennsylvania-based company Great Coasters International , the same organization responsible for recent wooden creations in USA parks like Kings Island's Mystic Timbers , Busch Gardens Williamsburg's InvadR , and Gold ...
  • Mark Wahlberg paid far more than Michelle Williams for Money reshoots

    Mark Wahlberg paid far more than Michelle Williams for Money reshoots

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    Pay discrepancies are sadly nothing new in the entertainment business, or anywhere really, but they rarely get this egregious. The newspaper reports that Williams was never notified of the pay disparity. " I said I'd be wherever they needed me, whenever they needed me ". Michelle Williams was paid less than a fraction of a percent of the fee her costar in All the Money in the World , Mark Wahlberg , earned for reshoots on the movie, according to a new report by USA Today's Andrea ...
  • Superman prequel series Krypton gets first full trailer

    Superman prequel series Krypton gets first full trailer

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    What if Superman never existed? Canadian actor Shaun Sipos, known for his work playing David Breck on The CW series Melrose Place and Eric Daniels on Life Unexpected , portrays Adam Strange , the iconic DC Comics character who made his print debut all the way back in the late 1950s.
  • Model Ashley Graham: Photographer tried to get me to touch his penis

    Model Ashley Graham: Photographer tried to get me to touch his penis

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    Now that the #MeToo movement and Time's Up campaign have surfaced, Graham said she would have reacted differently if women were speaking out then the way that they are now. "I thought, 'Oh my gosh I could be a victim, ' who knows...but you don't know walking into it because you also have people who praise him". The Nebraska native is now promoting her stint as a judge on America's Next Top Model .
  • BBC reporter attacked by lemurs while reporting from zoo

    BBC reporter attacked by lemurs while reporting from zoo

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    BBC news reporter Alex Dunlop held together as best he could while reporting on animal numbers within the Banham Zoo in Norfolk, England. During the short clip, the lemurs swarm all over Dunlop's body, pull on his sweater sleeves and pants, sit on his head and are generally just having a great time picking on the poor reporter who goes from laughter to pain in quick time.
  • Catherine Deneuve leads group of 100 women denouncing #MeToo campaign for 'puritanism'

    Catherine Deneuve leads group of 100 women denouncing #MeToo campaign for 'puritanism'

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    The actress was among 100 women ― including journalists, filmmakers, writers and intellectuals ― who signed the letter, published Tuesday in France's leading newspaper Le Monde . "We intimidate people into speaking 'correctly, ' shout down those who don't fall into line, and those women who refused to bend [to the new realities] are regarded as complicit and traitors", the letter added.
  • YouTube looking into 'further consequences' for Logan Paul

    YouTube looking into 'further consequences' for Logan Paul

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    Paul was widely criticised for the video, which saw him and several friends enter Japan's Aokigahara forest, an area colloquially known as the "Suicide Forest" due to a tragically high incidence of suicide attempts within its boundaries. In fact, the offending video was taken down by Paul, not by the company. "The channel violated our community guidelines, we acted accordingly , and we are looking at further consequences ".
  • No new Marvel series in the works for ABC next season

    No new Marvel series in the works for ABC next season

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    According to Deadline , while Dungey didn't outright say as much, Inhumans is unsurprisingly not expected to return for a second season. Spearheaded by Scott Buck, showrunner of another troubled Marvel TV show, Iron Fist , things looked shaky when Inhumans was shunted off to an unfavorable Friday night timeslot, which wasn't exactly a vote of confidence.
  • Chiyaan Vikram's Rs 300 Cr multilingual film Mahavir Karna

    Chiyaan Vikram's Rs 300 Cr multilingual film Mahavir Karna

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    The film, with a budget of Rs 300 crores, is an epic fiction that will be directed by RS Vimal , who had directed the Malayalam hit Ennu Ninte Moideen . Vikram is also said to have signed a film in Kamal Haasan's production, to be directed by Rajesh M Selva. The film, by United Film Kingdom , New York, according to reports, is a Rs300 crore project.
  • Only Messi and Neymar more expensive than Kane

    Only Messi and Neymar more expensive than Kane

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    Who exactly is now the most valuable footballer in the world? Dele Alli , Kane's team mate for Tottenham and England, is sixth on the list, with the play maker valued at €171.3m (£151.25m). Amazingly, Philippe Coutinho, who made a massive £142 million transfer from Liverpool to Barcelona this week, doesn't even rank in the top 15. Age: 25 Club: Paris Saint-Germain Neymar moved to Paris Saint-Germain as the world's most expensive player.
  • Shiloh Jolie-Pitt in horror accident

    Shiloh Jolie-Pitt in horror accident

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    No trouble was had at the Globes, however, where Pax stayed near his mom and seemed "very protective" of her according to another attendee. Aniston was a presenter at the Golden Globes, and Jolie was present at the ceremony, too. What followed was an epic Twitter moment. A Twitter user saw his chance and wrote, "This picture of Dakota Johnson sneaking a glance at Angelina Jolie while Jennifer Aniston presents needs to be put in the Met".
  • Deadpool Director Developing Kitty Pryde Solo Film for Fox

    Deadpool Director Developing Kitty Pryde Solo Film for Fox

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    It is expected that this first outing for Kitty Pryde will be a solo outing but there are a lot of story arcs to mine for future films. Kitty Pryde , a.k.a. Kitty Pryde's longtime paramour Colossus appeared in Miller's Deadpool , and will appear in its sequel. Currently, Miller is also developing a Sonic the Hedgehog movie at Paramount where he is also directing yet another Terminator reboot for the studio, which is due out in 2019.
  • Ryan Seacrest on ABC's 'American Idol': Changing Format 'Would Be a Mistake'

    Ryan Seacrest on ABC's 'American Idol': Changing Format 'Would Be a Mistake'

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    Appearing at an Idol Q&A during TCA on Monday, Lionel Richie said he has been offered the opportunity to make videos or write books sharing his music-industry expertise across his long career. "We are wasting our time if we don't find a star", Perry said. "America needs another star". Part of what made American Idol a success in its first season was the fact that its victor was Kelly Clarkson, an uncannily charismatic performer who is still one of the show's most successful Idol .
  • Meghan Markle shuts down social media accounts ahead of wedding

    Meghan Markle shuts down social media accounts ahead of wedding

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    While in the past Markle has gravitated toward American or Canadian labels , today's look featured the future royal-in-law sporting English designers from top to toe. The palace said Markle "is grateful to everyone who has followed her social media accounts over the years" but "she has not used these accounts for some time".
  • Mob arrests in Italy, Germany collar almost 170 people

    Mob arrests in Italy, Germany collar almost 170 people

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    The crime group's grip extended throughout Italy and into Germany to launder its profits. Investigators said that the clan had taken over the local economy around the Calabrian town of Cirò Marina before branching out into Germany where Calabrian restaurateurs were ordered to buy wine and pizza dough from the mafia.
  • Is 'The Big Bang Theory' coming to an end?

    Is 'The Big Bang Theory' coming to an end?

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    Created by Chuck Lorre and Steven Molaro, "Sheldon" is a prequel/spin-off series to the network's smash hit sitcom, " The Big Bang Theory ", and focuses on the early life of "Theory" main cast member, Sheldon Cooper, played by the young Iain Armitage in the spin-off series, rather than the older Jim Parsons from "Theory".
  • Donald Trump says he would 'beat Oprah' in presidency battle

    Donald Trump says he would 'beat Oprah' in presidency battle

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    The question is was that an anomaly or is that the new norm? "Yeah, I'll beat Oprah ", he answered. "No, I absolutely don't think that her position has changed". I also know that after years of watching The Oprah Winfrey Show, you always have the right to change your mind. "I think one of the arguments for Oprah is 45", Pelosi said, referring to Trump in shorthand for the 45th president.