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‘I used to count all the time’: Joey Essex triumphs over Matthew Wright in I’m A Celebrity trial rematch
The TOWIE star was seen on Wednesday night’s show taking on the outspoken TV presenter in the Up To Your Neck In It challenge – which saw them both having to endure ten minutes in a plastic critter-filled tube. While both managed to withstand the cavalcade of mealworms, milipedes, crabs and cockroaches, the crunch came when the pair once again had to decide
Schwarzenegger cut in 'Sabotage'
A sneak peek as Arnold Schwarzenegger gets real, and a really bad haircut, as a DEA agent in the thriller 'Sabotage.' Sometimes even a Hollywood icon such as Arnold Schwarzenegger can have a bad hair movie. Case in point: His DEA agent John "Breacher" Wharton from the upcoming thriller Sabotage is super-cut, but he should demand a refund from Supercuts
Gary Barlow & Bastille Battling For UK No.1
This week’s Official Chart Update is a real nail biter..! In possibly the closest Official Singles Chart race this year, Gary Barlow and Bastille are battling neck-and-neck for Sunday’s No.1 with as little as 15 copies separating them!
Strangers on a Train, Gielgud Theatre, London – review
There’s an art to adaptation across media, in finding a golden mean between fidelity to the existing work, bringing out its underlying themes and concerns, and striking out in an original direction. Leonard Cohen’s lyrics based on poems by Lorca and Cavafy manage it beautifully; so does John Huston’s film of James Joyce’s short story The Dead ; and now Huston’s
Hugh Jackman Says James Bond is Ridiculously Funny
Wolverine star Hugh Jackman says that there is more to Quantum of Solace star Daniel Craig than what meets the eye. The duo have been friends ever since they starred in A Steady Rain on Broadway in 2009. "Daniel is ridiculously funny in real life. I keep telling him he should do Saturday Night Live because he will make you cry with laughter. He's also very cheeky
Strangers on a Train stage production thrills critics
A theatre adaptation of Strangers on a Train in London's West End has been well received by critics, with many singling out its unique staging. Starring Jack Huston and Laurence Fox, the play follows two men who make a pact to "swap murders". Based on Patricia Highsmith's novel, it was previously turned into a film by Alfred Hitchcock in 1951. The Daily
BBC presenter Ray Gosling dies, aged 74
Journalist, broadcaster and gay rights activist Ray Gosling has died in hospital in Nottingham. Gosling, 74, presented more than 100 television documentaries and many more radio programmes. In 2010 he was sentenced for wasting police time after he falsely claimed on a BBC show that he had smothered a former lover who was dying of Aids. Nottingham University
Alfonso Cuaron in Beijing: 'Gravity' China References Not 'Some Marketing Ploy'
The director tells local press that he developed the film in 2008, before the country's box office boom, and explains why he included a Chinese space station. Alfonso Cuaron has been on the promotional path this week in China, hyping his hit space epic Gravity, which opened there Tuesday. By Monday, Gravity had already reached $515 million at the worldwide
City of Culture: 'Bitter disappointment' as Swansea lose bid
Swansea losing the UK City of Culture 2017 bid to Hull is a "bitter disappointment", the city's council leader has said. David Phillips told BBC news there was nothing wrong with Swansea's bid and said they would not let the good ideas "slip through their fingers". In an apparent swipe at the winners, he said people who lived in Hull "had to have something
Falling in love with 'Blue'
Nudity in non-erotic film is nothing new. Still, nudity rarely buoys above the drowning censure of “too postmodern,” “offsetting its lacking narrative” or, more bluntly, “pornographic.” Regardless, it invariably ruffles feathers. “Blue Is the Warmest Color” runs a three-hour long marathon that ultimately unpacks much more than unclothed close-ups and homoerotic