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British Studio To Expand To Atlanta

29th April 2013

Pinewood Shepperton Studios, which has successfully lured many of Hollywood's blockbuster productions to its massive studio facilities in Britain, announced today (Monday) that it plans to expand onto U.S. soil by forming a partnership with...

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Mumford & Sons Lose Innocence

29th July 2012

Mumford & Sons' new album shows they have lost their ''innocence''.The folk-rock group will release 'Babel' in September - the follow-up to the huge album 'Sigh No More' - and think the record is an...

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Movie Reviews That's My Boy

15th June 2012

Critics have never figured out the box-office appeal of Adam Sandler. But if they've been critical of his performances in the past, they are reviling his latest one in That's My Boy . Consider some...

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Argentine Y&r Execs In Deeper Hot Water

9th May 2012

That television commercial featuring a member of Argentina's hockey team training in the Falkland Islands, ending with the tagline "To compete on English soil, we train on Argentine soil," was not, as originally presumed, commissioned...

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Heads Will Roll At Argentine Branch Of U.s. Ad Agency

8th May 2012

The head of the British advertising conglomerate whose subsidiary produced a TV commercial for Argentina showing an Argentine athlete training in the Falkland Islands has condemned the ad and called for an internal investigation to...

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Argentine Tv Olympics Can't Escape Politics

4th May 2012

Once again, the Olympics, which is supposed to be a politics-free zone, has been used for political gamesmanship -- this time by Argentina, which secretly produced a TV ad showing one of its athletes, hockey...

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Rupert & James Murdoch To Be Grilled Again

20th April 2012

Rupert Murdoch and son James are due to appear next week at the Leveson inquiry into British media ethics. In July they were also questioned by a parliamentary committee looking into the still-unfolding telephone hacking...

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Anti-news Corp Crusader May Ask Fbi To Step In

17th April 2012

Mark Lewis, a British lawyer who is representing several of the celebrities who fell victim to reporters and private investigators who hacked into their voicemail on behalf of Rupert Murdoch's newspapers in the U.K., has...

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Another U.s. Celebrity May Sue News Corp In Hacking Scandal

13th April 2012

One day after British attorney Mark Lewis flew to the U.S. for discussions with American attorneys about filing lawsuits against News Corp for hacking the voicemail of three clients while they were on U.S. soil,...

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Cameron Returns From Bottom Of Sea

26th March 2012

Director James Cameron has completed his solo dive to the bottom of the Mariana Trench, seven miles below the Pacific's surface, bringing with him to the surface 3D footage taken by four video cameras mounted...

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Oprah Winfrey Planning Hawaii Move?

28th January 2012

Oprah Winfrey is considering a move to Hawaii. The media mogul has previously joked that if her network OWN isn't a success she will move to the island of Maui, Hawaii to become an organic...

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Gareth Pugh To Stay In Paris

25th August 2011

Gareth Pugh won't show in London for the foreseeable future.The British designer started showing his collections in Paris in 2008 and has no intention to move to his home soil any time soon, because he...

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Camilla Given £399 Salad

7th July 2011

Britain's Duchess of Cornwall was given the world's most expensive salad at the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.Camilla, the wife of Prince Charles, was shown around Anglian Home Improvements' 'Naked Garden' exhibit by its designer,...

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Prince William And Catherine Kick Off American Tour

30th June 2011

Prince William and Catherine Middleton have arrived on Canadian soil.Britain's Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – who married in April this year – kicked off their 11 day North American tour, their first overseas engagement...

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Coldplay Album Developing 'Recognisable Form'

30th March 2011

Coldplay's new album is "developing a recognisable form".The 'Viva La Vida' group - comprising Chris Martin, Guy Berryman, Will Champion and Jonny Buckland - are presently working on their long-awaited fifth album in London and...

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Supergrass' Email Split

11th January 2011

Supergrass split up via email. The 'Pumping On Your Stereo' group shocked fans by announcing they were disbanding out of the blue last April, and frontman Gaz Coombes has given more insight into the reasons...

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Christina Ricci Fears Plants

2nd October 2010

Christina Ricci is scared of plants.The 30-year-old actress hates gardening and admits she can't even go near a pot plant at someone's house because the soil makes her feel "dirty".Speaking about her phobia, she said:...

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Soil Singer & Drummer Quit Band

26th July 2010

American heavy metal band SOIL have lost their lead singer, A.J. CAVALIER, and drummer, TOM SCHOFIELD.Schofield, who co-founded the group in 1997, sparked rumours of a rift earlier this month (Jul10) when he told website...

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Anthrax Rocker Overcome With Emotion At Dimebag Brother's Return

12th March 2005

ANTHRAX rocker SCOTT IAN has described the moment DAMAGEPLAN drummer VINCE PAUL returned to live performance for the first time since the murder of his brother as his "most emotional" onstage experience. Anthrax, DISTURBED,...

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