Alex Gibney: Every business Trump touched withered and died

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The documentary-maker on his new Netflix series, Trumps trail of slush and how tennis maintains him sane The New Review Q& A The documentary-maker on his new Netflix series, Trump’s’ course of sludge’ and how tennis keeps him sane Killian Fox Share on Google+ Share on WhatsApp Share on Messenger

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Oscars 2018: Shape of Water leads the way with bumper 13 nominations

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Guillermo del Toro fantasy picks up highest total, closely followed by Christopher Nolans Dunkirk and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Oscars 2018: Condition of Water precedes the style with bumper 13 nominations The full schedule of nominations for the Oscars 2018 Share on Twitter

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Steven Spielberg: Oprah would make a brilliant president and I will back her

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Calling her the ambassador of rapport, The Post director endorses Winfrey and says America needs a mindful, empathetic human being in the White House The undeclared but burgeoning expedition to elect Oprah Winfrey the next chairman of the United States has received another boost, with the full-throated backing of one of Hollywood’s biggest anatomies: Steven […]

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We laugh at Russian propaganda. But Hollywood history is just as fake | Simon Jenkins

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The entertainment industry is destroying the trust we rely on to interpret “the worlds”, writes the Guardian critic Simon Jenkins She overwhelms on to the screen, blood streaming from her face. Some of her curves are flesh ones, but still others penetrating. Nothing cares, because her recital is astounding. Her epithet is truth, and she […]

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Dont listen to Gwyneth Paltrow: keep your coffee well away from your rectum | Jen Gunter

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The colonic irrigation and chocolate enemas promoted on Paltrows website Goop are not merely excessive, they are potentially dangerous, writes obstetrician and gynaecologist Dr Jen Gunter It seems January is Gwyneth Paltrow’s go-to month for promoting potentially dangerous things that should not go in or near an orifice. January 2015 brought us jade eggs, and […]

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Christian Bale: ‘I was asked to do a romantic comedy. I thought theyd lost their minds’

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The actor, notorious for frisking meditate, injured males, is back playing, well, a loom, injured person in the gritty western Hostiles. He talks about why the film industry has to change, balding up to play Dick Cheney and why he will never, ever, do a romcom The interview’s first astounds is that a chubby, grungy […]

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Susan Sarandon: I thought Hillary was very dangerous. If she’d won, we’d be at war

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Once the bete noire for the human rights , now the actor pinpoints herself even more disliked by the left for refusing to support Hillary Clinton against Donald Trump. She talks about Hollywood sexism, female empowerment and playing Bette Davis Susan Sarandon at 71 is bright-eyed and airy, and perhaps shyer than she knows how […]

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Corey Feldman launches campaign to expose Hollywood paedophilia

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Stand By Me star seeks to raise $ 10 m for a documentary that will provide a true-life depiction of child abuse in film industry Corey Feldman has announced a” truth safarus” to expose an suspect system of paedophiles working in Hollywood. In a video affixed to Twitter, the actor-turned-musician said that he was seeking […]

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65,000 portraits of the artist: how Van Gogh’s life became the world’s first fully painted film

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With every formulate hand-crafted by a squad of craftsmen, Affection Vincent is a fitting tribute to its complex topic. Its makes explain how they recreated his bewitching brushwork Surrounded by millions of replications on the walls of student bedrooms, cafes and hospice aisles, it’s easy to lose sight of what Douglas Booth, Chris O’Dowd, Aidan […]

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In Russia, nobody’s laughing at Iannucci’s The Death of Stalin

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In the centenary time of the Russian Revolution, Veep pioneers feted irony on the Soviet governor faces a unfriendly reaction In Britain, early reviews of Armando Iannucci’s dark satire on the aftermath of Joseph Stalin’s death have been brightening. In Russia , nobody is roaring. The Death of Stalin, which recounts the Kremlin infighting in […]

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