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Ben Affleck denies Batman exit rumours4h Ben Affleck denies Batman exit rumours
The star says he's not quitting because it's "the coolest part in any universe".
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4h At Comic-Con, Ben Affleck Says He Will Continue to Play Batman
The actor rebutted an article saying that his days as the Caped Crusader were numbered.
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Generation Game to be brought back with Mel and Sue5h Generation Game to be brought back with Mel and Sue
The former Great British Bake Off presenters will host a four-episode run of the classic game show.
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Stars from comedy’s punk past return to the Edinburgh fringe5h Stars from comedy’s punk past return to the Edinburgh fringe
They were at the vanguard of political comedy. Now Alexei Sayle, Craig Ferguson and Sue Perkins are heading back to the festival, as it celebrates its 70th birthdayUnknown talents and student hopefuls head for the Edinburgh festival fringe at this time of year, aiming to break into the entertainment industry. This summer, however, a loud and anarchic blast from comedy’s punk past is also on the bill. A slew of stars, including Alexei Sayle, a comic hero of the 1980s, and Sue Perkins, who first made it big at the festival 20 or so years ago, are returning to try their luck as the fringe celebrates its 70th birthday.
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John Heard, the Frazzled Father in ‘Home Alone,’ Dies at 716h John Heard, the Frazzled Father in ‘Home Alone,’ Dies at 71
Mr. Heard played pained characters in dramas but was best known as the dad who embarked on a family trip to Paris without his youngest son.
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Harrison Ford addresses Blade Runner replicant mystery6h Harrison Ford addresses Blade Runner replicant mystery
Is Deckard human or a replicant? The star gives an answer.
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John Heard: Home Alone actor dies aged 719h John Heard: Home Alone actor dies aged 71
John Heard, who played the father in the Home Alone films, has died aged 71.
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David Newell-Smith: ‘There is nothing I would rather do than take photographs’11h David Newell-Smith: ‘There is nothing I would rather do than take photographs’
We pay tribute to David Newell-Smith, an Observer photographer who helped establish newspaper photography as an art form
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Van Dyke apology: Were there worse UK accents on film?16h Van Dyke apology: Were there worse UK accents on film?
Dick Van Dyke said sorry for his "atrocious" British accent in Mary Poppins, but has there been worse?
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‘Devon is a heaven of beauty and inspiration and a hell of damp and dullness’ | Amanda Craig17h ‘Devon is a heaven of beauty and inspiration and a hell of damp and dullness’ | Amanda Craig
Blood-red soil and magical place names have inspired writers from Agatha Christie to JK Rowling If you were to ask what place in Britain has inspired most writers, you would probably guess London; Devon comes a close second. So many authors past and present have been drawn to (and have drawn on) the county that it is arguably one of the most fertile places in Britain for writers to live, visit or set their work in. Both a heaven of beauty and inspiration and a hell of damp and dullness, Devon was described by
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Modern Toss – cartoon17h Updated Modern Toss – cartoon
It’s Love Parks Week until Sunday 23 July!
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The Secret Garden Party closes its doors after 15 years19h The Secret Garden Party closes its doors after 15 years
The Secret Garden Party, held in Abbots Ripton close to Huntingdon, will finish after 15 years.
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Drama queens: why it’s all about women and power on screen right now20h Drama queens: why it’s all about women and power on screen right now
From George RR Martin’s Game of Thrones to Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, fantastical tales with women centre stage are everywhere. Feminist? Misogynist? That’s not the point … Fictions set in alternative realities have enjoyed huge popularity recently, which is perhaps unsurprising in a post-truth world. For the last decade or so, Hollywood appeared to have almost given up producing any film that was not about a comic book superhero fighting a CGI apocalypse:
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Jane Campion: ‘The clever people used to do film. Now they do TV’20h Jane Campion: ‘The clever people used to do film. Now they do TV’
From Sweetie to The Piano, she has made some of cinema’s strangest, strongest films. So why has she switched to the small screen?
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Shots Fired: is this Black Lives Matter, the TV show?22h Shots Fired: is this Black Lives Matter, the TV show?
Despite many attempts, television has failed to represent the civil rights movement adequately. Does this 10-part drama succeed?
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What happened at Comic-Con - day two22h What happened at Comic-Con - day two
A round-up of the film and TV events that made headlines in San Diego.
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Ozark review – Jason Bateman and Laura Linney go wild in the country23h Ozark review – Jason Bateman and Laura Linney go wild in the country
A mob accountant relocates his family to rural Missouri in this darkly comic new drama, which simmers with menace but brims with natural beauty The Lake of the Ozarks was created by damming Missouri’s Osage river in 1931. It’s an enormous, sprawling reservoir and a popular resort attracting 5 million tourists a year. As the setting for
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What’s on TV Saturday: ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ and ‘Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio’23h What’s on TV Saturday: ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ and ‘Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio’
Mel Gibson’s Oscar-nominated tale of wartime resistance comes to HBO. And Joe Berlinger investigates an unsolved case of vanishing Ohio women.
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