Kate Winslet Joining Woody Allen's Next Film

11:37 AM PDT 6/21/2016 by Rebecca Ford The ‘Steve Jobs’ actress would be working with the auteur for the first time. Kate Winslet is in talks to join Woody Allen’s next movie. As usual, the filmmaker’s next project is shrouded in secrecy, so nothing is known about the plot or the title of the pic.…

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EU referendum: Leave and Remain clash in BBC Great Debate

The biggest live debate of the UK’s EU referendum campaign is under way at Wembley Arena. Both sides of the debate are facing questions, starting with the economy, before a 6,000-strong audience. The BBC’s Great Debate represents a final chance for the two sides to get their points across on primetime TV before polls open…

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'Independence Day: Resurgence': Film Review

The gang’s all back (minus Will Smith) as Jeff Goldblum, Bill Pullman and friends join Liam Hemsworth and other new recruits in a fight against space invaders. It’s been 20 years since Independence Day blew up the White House and blazed new trails with blockbuster records. Now, the franchise is back with the instructively if…

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NI last-16 hopes in balance after loss to Germany

Media playback is not supported on this device Northern Ireland’s Euro 2016 hopes hang in the balance after their 1-0 defeat by Germany in Paris. Having failed to get the point which would have guaranteed progress to the last 16, the results of games still to be played will decide their fate. Mario Gomez side-footed…

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Jo Cox 'died for her views', her widower tells BBC

Jo Cox was killed because of her strong political views, her widower Brendan has told the BBC. The late Labour MP would want people to stand up for her beliefs “in death as much as she did in life”, he told political editor Laura Kuenssberg. He said his late wife, who would have been 42…

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Cameron urges voters to 'think of children' before EU choice

David Cameron has urged people to think of the “hopes and dreams” of future generations in a direct appeal to them to vote to stay in the European Union. Speaking outside No 10, the prime minister said he would not recommend a Remain vote if he didn’t feel it would make the UK safer and…

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Stan Lee's POW! Entertainment Teams With Hollywood Reporter on New Series 'Cosmic Crusaders'

The adult animated series, co-produced with Genius Brands International and written by ‘Deadpool’ co-creator Fabian Nicieza based on a concept by Lee, marks the first show to debut on THR.com, with the premiere episode in virtual reality. Stan Lee’s POW! Entertainment has partnered with The Hollywood Reporter and global brand management company Genius Brands International…

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Exhilarating and uplifting: Is this Wales' finest hour?

Media playback is not supported on this device Wales’ historic Euro 2016 campaign has been a heady emotional cocktail and the win against Russia was perhaps the most stirring yet. The manner of victory was exhilarating, the unity between fans and players uplifting and the result perhaps the greatest in Welsh football history. For manager…

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EU referendum: Ex-footballer David Beckham backs Remain

David Beckham has urged people to vote to stay in the European Union, saying the UK should be “facing the problems of the world together and not alone”. The ex-footballer and Unicef ambassador said people should think of their children and grandchildren before Thursday’s vote. He said his experience playing across Europe instilled in him…

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Ben Butler guilty of murdering daughter Ellie

A man has been found guilty of murdering his six-year-old daughter just 11 months after she was returned to his care following a custody battle. Ben Butler, 36, inflicted catastrophic head injuries to Ellie while looking after her at their home in Sutton, south-west London, in October 2013. At the Old Bailey, Ellie’s mother, Jennie…

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