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Following in the Footsteps of Leonardo da Vinci48m Updated Following in the Footsteps of Leonardo da Vinci
Many of the artist’s works have traveled from around the world to a major show at the Louvre. But many more remain in Italy, in cities and small towns alike.
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Marionettes at Play59m Updated Marionettes at Play
A Los Angeles institution has a new home. Join us for a behind-the-scenes tour.
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Bill Cosby Loses Appeal of Sexual Assault Conviction1h 20m Updated Bill Cosby Loses Appeal of Sexual Assault Conviction
A Pennsylvania appellate court unanimously rejected the entertainer’s argument that he had been denied a fair trial, saying that evidence in the case had established a “unique sexual assault playbook.”
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The Decorous Surfaces and Fraught Subtexts of Alice Adams’s Life and Work2h The Decorous Surfaces and Fraught Subtexts of Alice Adams’s Life and Work
“Alice Adams,” a new biography by Carol Sklenicka, recounts the career of the elegant novelist and short story writer who specialized in the disappointments of romance.
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Despite Turnaround, ‘Beetlejuice’ Being Forced Out of Theater2h Despite Turnaround, ‘Beetlejuice’ Being Forced Out of Theater
The $21 million musical will be hoping for a new home after the Shubert Organization made way for Hugh Jackman and ‘The Music Man.’
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Up for Sale: Pop Culture Mementos2h Up for Sale: Pop Culture Mementos
Three auctions this month will give fans a chance to own collectibles from the world of comic books, television and film.
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2h Peter Handke receives Nobel Literature prize
The controversial Austrian winner of the 2019 prize was applauded at the ceremony in Stockholm.
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Roxette Singer Marie Fredriksson Is Dead at 612h Roxette Singer Marie Fredriksson Is Dead at 61
As part of the Swedish duo, who gained fame in the 1980s and ’90s, Ms. Fredriksson was known for her breathy voice and dynamic onstage presence.
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Christmas Pyramid Lights Up Alabama City2h Christmas Pyramid Lights Up Alabama City
Cullman, Ala., has displayed a 30-foot-tall wooden Weihnachtspyramide, or Christmas pyramid, to celebrate the city’s German roots.
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9 Times Big Bird Helped Us Be Better People2h Updated 9 Times Big Bird Helped Us Be Better People
Caroll Spinney, who portrayed Big Bird for decades, died on Sunday. But the lessons he shared on “Sesame Street” live on.
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Long Good Friday writer Barrie Keeffe dies at 743h Long Good Friday writer Barrie Keeffe dies at 74
The scriptwriter and playwright, best known for penning the gangster film starring Bob Hoskins and Helen Mirren, died in London after a short illness Barrie Keeffe, the scriptwriter and playwright best known for writing the landmark British gangster film The Long Good Friday, has died aged 74. His agent Stephen Durbridge announced the news, saying Keeffe had died in London after a short illness. Born in 1945, Keeffe grew up in east London, attending East Ham grammar school and then working as a reporter for the local newspaper, the Stratford Express.
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Before Death, Juice WRLD Flew on Jet Loaded With Drugs, Police Say3h Updated Before Death, Juice WRLD Flew on Jet Loaded With Drugs, Police Say
The up-and-coming artist, whose cause of death remains unknown, went into convulsions while officers in Chicago searched the private plane he arrived in.
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‘Halfway Bitches’ Review: A Play as Unruly as Life Itself4h ‘Halfway Bitches’ Review: A Play as Unruly as Life Itself
Stephen Adly Guirgis’s bumpy, vibrant and expansive comic drama about a women’s homeless shelter features a cast of 18 (or 19, counting the goat).
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Have a Banksy Christmas: his Birmingham reindeer are an artistic miracle4h Have a Banksy Christmas: his Birmingham reindeer are an artistic miracle
Rather than exploit ‘the homeless’, this painting empowers rough sleepers to draw attention to their individuality Is Banksy the new Charles Dickens? The anonymous street artist’s Christmas creation combines jolly sentiment with genuine compassion in a way that would make the Victorian author of A Christmas Carol tingle all over. What’s more, his latest artwork is both imaginative and thumpingly true – a Christmas cracker with a bang of reality inside. Banksy’s team of reindeer painted on a wall in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, pulling a bench that homeless people use as a bed, is rightly popular. In a video that underlines his message, Banksy shows a man called Ryan having a drink before positioning a bag as a pillow and lying on the bench – to be, in dreams, lifted in the air by those magic reindeer while the soundtrack plays I’ll Be Home for Christmas. It has so far had nearly three million views on Instagram.
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Angels of the North review – the sassy scissor sisters will snip you now!4h Angels of the North review – the sassy scissor sisters will snip you now!
Step inside Longlox, the glorious Gateshead salon where Bev, SammyJo and their gang of seraphim stylists will make you Insta-ready
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The Military’s Illusions About Donald Trump5h The Military’s Illusions About Donald Trump
Peter Bergen’s “Trump and His Generals” explains how so many members of the armed forces could work for a president who lacks all of the virtues they embody.
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Marie Fredriksson, Roxette Singer, Is Dead at 615h Marie Fredriksson, Roxette Singer, Is Dead at 61
As part of the Swedish duo, who gained fame in the 1980s and ’90s, Ms. Fredriksson was known for her breathy voice and dynamic onstage presence.
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Juice WRLD: rapper was given opioid antidote before he died, police say5h Juice WRLD: rapper was given opioid antidote before he died, police say
Musician, 21, woke up after receiving Narcan as police prepared to search his private plane but later died in hospital Juice WRLD, the US rapper
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7h Updated Roxette singer Marie Fredriksson dies, aged 61
The singer, whose hits included The Look and It Must Have Been Love, had had a brain tumour.
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Roxette singer Marie Fredriksson dies aged 618h Roxette singer Marie Fredriksson dies aged 61
The voice behind It Must Have Been Love had suffered from health problems after undergoing radiation treatment for a brain tumour Marie Fredriksson, who as the singer of Roxette was one of the most recognisable voices in 1980s and 90s pop, has died aged 61 following a long illness. Her family said in a statement to Expressen, a newspaper in her native Sweden: “It is with great sadness that we have to announce that one of our biggest and most beloved artists is gone.”
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8h Updated Golden Globes criticised for all-male director nominees
After the release of another all-male nominee list for Best Director at the Golden Globes, we look at why women are not getting accolades in directing
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9h Golden Globes: Stars react to nominations
Saoirse Ronan, Jennifer Lopez and Kit Harrington are among those to express surprise and delight.
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These Books Are Ready for Their Close-Up11h These Books Are Ready for Their Close-Up
From the big screen to the page, the lore of Hollywood movies and movie stars makes an entertaining leap.
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11h ‘Mary Magdalene’: How FKA twigs Made Her ‘Most Complex Song Ever’
It took months for the singer, songwriter and dancer FKA twigs to perfect the title track for her critically acclaimed new album. See how she got it right in the latest episode of Diary of a Song.
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The 50 best films of 2019 in the UK: 10-5011h Updated The 50 best films of 2019 in the UK: 10-50
Our pick of the year’s top movies released in the UK veers from folk-horror to civil war, high-school hilarity and fraudsters who strip. We’ll reveal more every weekday
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11h Golden Globes 2019: Brits who might steal the show
With 27 nominations, it's a strong year for British talent at the US award show.
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The 50 best TV shows of 2019: 8-5012h The 50 best TV shows of 2019: 8-50
The pick of the year’s top television continues with ghosts, gangsters, Derry Girls – and Alan Partridge’s incontinent crassness. The countdown continues every weekday
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12h Late Night Is Flush With Jokes Over Trump’s Toilet Talk
President Trump’s complaints about Americans’ flushing habits were an easy target on Monday night.
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Artists assemble! How collectives took over the art world14h Artists assemble! How collectives took over the art world
They’re principled, they’re powerful and they make the art world jumpy. As the Turner prize is split four ways, we look at how collectives are shaking things up Last week, the four artists shortlisted for the Turner prize turned themselves into a four-strong collective in order to win as a group – a move that caused controversy in the press, consternation over social media and a bust-up on Radio 4 between the Guardian’s art critic Adrian Searle and his Sunday Times counterpart, Waldemar Januszczak. The four artists –
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15h What’s on TV Tuesday: Ellen DeGeneres and ‘Astronomy Club: The Sketch Show’
The talk show host gives back to families in need in her holiday special, and a new sketch comedy series starring an all-black troupe hits Netflix.
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18h Updated Vanna White Takes a Spin as ‘Wheel of Fortune’ Host After 37 Years
After Pat Sajak had emergency surgery, the show’s famous letter-turner took her first turn leading the show, for three weeks of episodes that start airing on Monday.
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20h Updated Review: An ‘Orlando’ Opera Is a Milestone, but No More, in Vienna
Olga Neuwirth’s adaptation of Virginia Woolf is the first work by a woman to be performed by the Vienna State Opera.
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20h The Strokes: A tale of two Fabrizio Morettis
The Strokes drummer and the art dealer join forces for a curious new Sotheby's art installation.
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Cuba Gooding Jr. Faces 7 More Accusations of Unwanted Touching21h Cuba Gooding Jr. Faces 7 More Accusations of Unwanted Touching
The additional accounts bring to 22 the number of women accusing Mr. Gooding, who faces charges he groped three of them.
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‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Russian Doll’ Get Snubbed by Golden Globes21h Updated ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Russian Doll’ Get Snubbed by Golden Globes
The television nominations included only one truly quirky choice (“Catch-22”?) but there were a few unexpected choices and omissions.
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Michelle Wolf Doesn’t Want to Be Your Folk Hero22h Updated Michelle Wolf Doesn’t Want to Be Your Folk Hero
After a notorious set at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner and a canceled Netflix show, this stand-up is intent on challenging your expectations and telling you about her abortion.
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Juice WRLD Dies at 21; Chicago Rapper Whose Star Was on the Rise23h Updated Juice WRLD Dies at 21; Chicago Rapper Whose Star Was on the Rise
He began posting songs online while in high school. On hits like “Lucid Dreams,” he combined melodic hip-hop instincts with heavy-hearted angst.
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Juice WRLD and the Tragic End of the SoundCloud Rap Era23h Juice WRLD and the Tragic End of the SoundCloud Rap Era
The death of the 21-year-old rapper, which comes after those of Lil Peep and XXXTentacion, marks the unsatisfying, rapid conclusion of the decade’s most promising musical movement.
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Ron Leibman, Tony Winner for ‘Angels,’ Is Dead at 8223h Updated Ron Leibman, Tony Winner for ‘Angels,’ Is Dead at 82
In addition to his acclaimed turn as Roy Cohn on Broadway, he was known for his work in “Norma Rae,” “Slaughterhouse-Five” and other films.
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Julia Fox, Diamond in the Rough of ‘Uncut Gems’23h Julia Fox, Diamond in the Rough of ‘Uncut Gems’
The role of a young lifetime: oneself.
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A Guide to Watching Scorsese Movies Like an Insider23h A Guide to Watching Scorsese Movies Like an Insider
The director sprinkles his work with references to the films he loves. That’s probably why the barbershop sequence in “The Irishman” ends with a shot of flowers reminiscent of “Vertigo.”
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Donald B. Marron, Financier, Art Collector and Philanthropist, Dies at 8524h Updated Donald B. Marron, Financier, Art Collector and Philanthropist, Dies at 85
Mr. Marron began his Wall Street career as a teenager before leading some of its most powerful firms and becoming a force at the Museum of Modern Art.
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24h Updated ‘Marriage Story’ and ‘The Irishman’ Propel Netflix to Most Golden Globe Nominations
Streaming services had a big day with Netflix leading the TV and film categories. Apple’s centerpiece series, “The Morning Show,” and its two stars all received nominations.
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In New Memoirs, Food Writers Serve Up Stories About Their Beat25h Updated In New Memoirs, Food Writers Serve Up Stories About Their Beat
Adam Platt’s “The Book of Eating” and Ed Levine’s “Serious Eater” are about the passions of professional foodies.
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‘Frozen 2’ Soundtrack Debuts at No. 1, Without a ‘Let It Go’ (So Far)26h ‘Frozen 2’ Soundtrack Debuts at No. 1, Without a ‘Let It Go’ (So Far)
The Disney movie’s sequel lacks a monster hit like the Idina Menzel smash, but still moved the equivalent of 80,000 copies its first week out.
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26h Updated A (Grudging) Defense of the $120,000 Banana
Maurizio Cattelan is more than a prankster, and “Comedian,” his potassium-rich latest work, is more than an overpriced piece of fruit.
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27h Updated Amid Impeachment Drama, a Bipartisan Celebration of the Arts
Lawmakers and artists alike came together to pay tribute to the winners of the Kennedy Center Honors during a fraught time in Washington.
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‘Madam Secretary’ Proved TV Didn’t Have to Be Hip to Be Great27h Updated ‘Madam Secretary’ Proved TV Didn’t Have to Be Hip to Be Great
The CBS drama, which ended its six-season run on Sunday, was a one of the squarest shows on television. That was a big part of its charm.
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Who will be Christmas No 1? Why the pop charts are weirdly more relevant than ever before28h Who will be Christmas No 1? Why the pop charts are weirdly more relevant than ever before
LadBaby and his charity single, I Love Sausage Rolls, could reap the benefits of recent rule changes to top the singles chart this ChristmasWhen was the last time you really cared – or even knew – what was at No 1 in the UK singles chart? It is true that the era of No 1s sparking newspaper headlines (Blur and Oasis battling it out with Country House and Roll With It springs instantly to mind), of people genuinely being interested in who the guy from White Town was, or of thinking that Babylon Zoo’s Spaceman would always be a timeless classic are long gone. It is now more than 13 years since Top of the Pops last broadcast its perky weekly update of chart goings-on to rapt homes and now, well, does anybody really care who’s at No 1? At least two people do.
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28h Golden Globes 2020: Here Is the Full List of Nominations
A complete list of the nominees for the 2020 Golden Globe Awards.
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28h BioShock returns for more gene-enhanced gaming
A fourth release in the critically acclaimed series is announced, after many feared it to be dead.
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TikTok’s Biggest Hits of the Year — and Its Predictions for 202029h Updated TikTok’s Biggest Hits of the Year — and Its Predictions for 2020
TikTok says it’s ready to help its stars get rich.
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29h Updated Golden Globes Movies Snubs: ‘Little Women’ and Robert De Niro
The surprises included nods for the director of “Joker” and Annette Bening (“The Report”).
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29h Updated Golden Globe Nominations 2020: Here Is the Full List
A complete list of the nominees for the 2020 Golden Globe Awards.
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Sorry Jake Gyllenhaal, but the British musical is alive and kicking29h Sorry Jake Gyllenhaal, but the British musical is alive and kicking
With shows such as Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, Six and The Boy in the Dress, the musical is in rude health in this country – whether Broadway knows it or not
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Book prize judge alleges co-jurors did not finish reading shortlist30h Book prize judge alleges co-jurors did not finish reading shortlist
Lesley McDowell was one of five judges for the Saltire Scottish fiction book of the year, but claims gender bias slanted decision against Lucy Ellmann A judge of one of Scotland’s most prestigious literary awards has resigned over its choice of winner, claiming that her fellow judges had not read all of the books, and selected a book by a male author about a woman over three books by women about women. The Saltire Society literary awards gave out a host of prizes at the National Museum of Scotland last weekend. The Scottish fiction book of the year went to Ewan Morrison for his novel Nina X, described by judges as a “great feat of imagination, showing digital modernity through the eyes of a young woman emerging from a lifetime within the confines of a Maoist commune”.
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How to Shoot the Start of a Relationship’s End in ‘Marriage Story’30h Updated How to Shoot the Start of a Relationship’s End in ‘Marriage Story’
The writer and director Noah Baumbach narrates a sequence from his film, which was nominated for 6 Golden Globe Awards.
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Bombshell review – Fox News abuse drama pulls its hardest punches30h Bombshell review – Fox News abuse drama pulls its hardest punches
Roger Ailes’ victims fight back in a film where the odious media mogul looms large … before Rupert Murdoch saves the day
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30h Updated Golden Globes Nominations 2020: ‘Marriage Story’ and ‘The Irishman’ Propel Netflix
Streaming services had a big day with Netflix leading the TV and film categories. Apple’s centerpiece series, “The Morning Show,” and its two stars all received nominations.
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30h Updated British stars nominated for Golden Globes
Rocketman's Taron Egerton and Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge are among those up for prizes.
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Ghostbusters: Afterlife – first trailer for new supernatural comedy with Bill Murray31h Ghostbusters: Afterlife – first trailer for new supernatural comedy with Bill Murray
Long-awaited fourth instalment of the much-loved comedy, which is due to bring back stars of the original 1984 hit for cameo appearances The first trailer for Ghostbusters: Afterlife, the latest entry in the series of supernatural comedies inspired by the hit 1984 comedy Ghostbusters, has been released online. Directed by Jason Reitman – the son of Ivan Reitman, director of the first two films – Ghostbusters: Afterlife is the result of long-gestating plans for a third film to follow 1989’s Ghostbusters II. Starring Carrie Coon from The Leftovers, Mckenna Grace and Finn Wolfhard,
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‘The Ferrante Effect’: In Italy, Women Writers Are Ascendant31h Updated ‘The Ferrante Effect’: In Italy, Women Writers Are Ascendant
“My Brilliant Friend” and Elena Ferrante’s other best-selling books are inspiring female novelists and shaking up the country’s male-dominated literary establishment.
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Sesame Street receives Kennedy Center Honors to rare bipartisan cheer31h Sesame Street receives Kennedy Center Honors to rare bipartisan cheer
Members of both parties could be seen applauding as show is recognized at America’s most prestigious performing arts awards The children’s favourite
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31h Golden Globes Nominations 2020: ‘The Irishman’ and ‘Marriage Story’ Propel Netflix
The Hollywood awards season kicks into high gear with the nominations announcement on Monday morning.
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Golden Globes nominations 2020: Marriage Story and The Irishman set for battle31h Golden Globes nominations 2020: Marriage Story and The Irishman set for battle
Awards shaping up as three-way fight between Marriage Story – which leads with six nominations – and Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman and Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which both have five Marriage Story, Noah Baumbach’s acclaimed comedy of divorce, has united voters for this year’s Golden Globe awards, earning six nominations. The film, which stars Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver as a separating couple, has been recognised in the categories for best drama, best actor in a drama, best actress in a drama, best screenplay (for Baumbach), best score (for Randy Newman) and best supporting actress (Laura Dern). Trailing with five nominations is Martin Scorsese’s epic mob drama The Irishman, which picked up a nod for best drama alongside two supporting actor nominations – for Al Pacino and Joe Pesci – alongside nods for Scorsese’s direction and Steven Zaillian’s screenplay. Robert De Niro lost out on a place in the best actor race.
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31h Golden Globes 2020: Netflix Leads Nominations
The Hollywood awards season kicks into high gear with the nominations announcement on Monday morning.
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31h Updated Golden Globes Nominations 2020: The Announcement Has Begun
The Hollywood awards season kicks into high gear with the nominations announcement on Monday morning.
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31h Fleabag nominated for Golden Globes
Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Andrew Scott are both up for awards for their work in the BBC show.
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‘Marriage Story’ | Anatomy of a Scene31h Updated ‘Marriage Story’ | Anatomy of a Scene
Noah Baumbach narrates a sequence from “A Marriage Story,” featuring Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson.
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‘Someone royally forked up’: how The Good Place turned hellish32h ‘Someone royally forked up’: how The Good Place turned hellish
The philosophical comedy is now so complicated that watching it feels more like homework rather than a hobby Few sitcoms can effortlessly blend silly jokes with conversations about the time-space continuum and the purpose of life, but when it debuted in 2016, The Good Place was out of this world. After Eleanor Shellstrop (Kristen Bell) was killed by a truck advertising erectile-dysfunction medication, Ted Danson’s Michael – the dapper designer of her afterlife experience – informed her that she had made it to “the Good Place” thanks to her history of humanitarian acts. A former telesales scammer whose favourite book was Kendall Jenner’s Instagram feed, Eleanor instantly realised that “someone royally forked up” (the Good Place is a swear-free zone). But rather than face her fiery destiny, she asked her designated celestial soulmate, moral philosophy professor Chidi Anagonye (
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32h Giffords Circus co-founder Nell Gifford dies
Nell Gifford, of Stroud-based Giffords Circus, died on Sunday surrounded by family.
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Phoebe Waller-Bridge: I was not hired for Bond because of my gender32h Phoebe Waller-Bridge: I was not hired for Bond because of my gender
Fleabag creator says she was never told 007 script role was to help with female characters Phoebe Waller-Bridge will be only the second woman ever credited on a Bond movie script but she has insisted gender was not the reason she was hired. The Fleabag creator said it was “mad” and “exciting” to work on
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Aivali: A Story of Greeks and Turks in 1922 by Soloup review – a moving graphic novel32h Aivali: A Story of Greeks and Turks in 1922 by Soloup review – a moving graphic novel
The traumas of the Turks and Greeks forced to flee their homes a century ago are drawn with moving simplicity and speak clearly to today’s refugee crisis The distance between the ports of Mytilene, on the Greek island Lesbos, and Ayvalık, a Turkish city known as Aivali in Greek, is 47.5km by sea. Between 1922 and 2019, millions of people have crossed the unpredictable waters, many of them fleeing wars around the world. Aivali: A Story of Greeks and Turks in 1922, a graphic novel published in Greek in 2014 and recently translated into English by Tom Papademetriou, is the story of the 1.6 million refugees who made the journey that year alone, when the Greek and Turkish governments agreed to a massive population exchange at the end of the Greco-Turkish war. The Greek Orthodox Christians of Asia Minor and other Turkish regions were made to relocate to Greece, while Muslim Greek citizens were forced into Turkey. Both sides suffered, and this is the strongest message in this soul-stirring account, which acknowledges all sides of the tragedy.
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The 50 best albums of 2019: 10-5033h The 50 best albums of 2019: 10-50
Our pick of the year’s finest albums defiant declarations of identity, lo-fi indie, dispatches from despair and utopian jams. Check in every weekday as we count down to No 1
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34h James McAvoy on why his Cyrano de Bergerac has a normal-sized nose
The X-Men star explains why his nose is his own in the latest staging of Edmond Rostand's play.
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The 50 best TV shows of 2019: 9-5034h The 50 best TV shows of 2019: 9-50
The pick of the year’s top television continues with ghosts, gangsters, Derry Girls – and chilling encounters with Michael Jackson. The countdown continues every weekday
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35h Golden Globes Nominations: What to Watch For
The Hollywood awards season kicks into high gear with the nominations announcement on Monday morning.
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The impossible body standards of the modern action hero36h The impossible body standards of the modern action hero
As Henry Cavill’s body-shaming revelations show, being a male lead in Hollywood requires incredible levels of self-punishment “Would you look at me?” says Dwayne Johnson, gazing in awe at his reflection in Jumanji: The Next Level. The joke is that this is actually Danny DeVito, in the body of Johnson, inside a video game. There was a similar moment in the previous Jumanji, when weedy Alex Wolff found himself the occupant of the strapping Johnson physique, and prodded his gigantic biceps in disbelief. The body-swap fantasies of Jumanji are a great device (where else in the movies can a teenage girl contend with the prospect of having
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38h Sausage roll enthusiast LadBaby takes aim at second Christmas number one
The YouTube star, who landed last year's Christmas number one, is back - sausage rolls and all.
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39h What’s on TV Monday: ‘Bridesmaids’ and ‘It Comes at Night’
The extended cut of the wedding comedy arrives on HBO. And Trey Edward Shults’s horror movie jumps from Amazon to Netflix.
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The 50 best films of 2019: No 10 – Pain and Glory39h The 50 best films of 2019: No 10 – Pain and Glory
Antonio Banderas plays a stand-in for Pedro Almodóvar in the director’s serious-minded and moving late-career meditation on mortality, memory, regret and desire
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The 50 best albums of 2019, No 10: Weyes Blood – Titanic Rising39h The 50 best albums of 2019, No 10: Weyes Blood – Titanic Rising
The LA singer-songwriter’s switch to stately orchestral pop earned Karen Carpenter comparisons, but her all-American concerns were firmly of our times
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The 50 best TV shows of 2019: No 9 – Catastrophe39h The 50 best TV shows of 2019: No 9 – Catastrophe
A note-perfect portrait of division and dysfunction, it was the TV show for our times – and its finale was earth-shattering
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