Fears over asylum claims as six more Olympic athletes go missing when they are meant to go homeThree Guinea athletes and three from Ivory Coast latest to 'disappear'Total number of athletes and delegates to have vanished from Games camps now at 21 By Jack Doyle for the Daily Mail … [Read more...] about Fears over asylum claims as six more Olympic athletes go missing when they are meant to go home
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"There was one time when Kobe, who I worked with for 18 years, was going back to play in Madison Square Garden, and he had just seen The Dark Knight," Pelinka said. "Obviously, you guys saw that movie, and he's like, 'Hey, hook me up with dinner with Heath Ledger, because he got so locked into that role. I want to know how he mentally went there.' So, he had dinner with Heath, and he talked about how he locks in for a role. And Kobe used some of that in his game against the Knicks." … [Read more...] about Did Kobe Bryant Get to See ‘The Dark Knight’ Before the Rest of the World?
Oscar hopeful “A Hidden Life” from director Terrence Malick was purchased out of Cannes last year in a reported $12 million to $14 million sale. That title has only grossed $1.6 million in the U.S. to date and attracted no major awards attention. Two years ago, when Searchlight was still owned by 21st Century Fox, the studio began to move more aggressively into producing their own in-house movies such as “The Shape of Water” and “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” because they believed that prices at festivals had become inflated. … [Read more...] about Rebecca Hall’s ‘The Night House’ Sells to Searchlight Out of Sundance
BT Sport is the new home of WWE in the UK. Watch the Royal Rumble live on BT Sport Box Office WWE on Sunday 26th January, for just £19.95, through BT TV, Virgin TV, Sky … [Read more...] about WWE Royal Rumble: Samoa Joe would join Roman Reigns’ stable alongside the Usos if stars align
The nature of the evening and the logistics of moving large numbers of people around can make it seem scrappy at times. There are some issues with the acoustics of the building, and some of the speeches are too long and a tad self-consciously poetic. But Last Testament is exhilarating and moving, a show made for and with the people of Hull (there’s a large community cast). It speaks truth to power and celebrates not just Bilocca but all the women who refuse to be shut up – then and now. … [Read more...] about The Last Testament of Lillian Bilocca review – Maxine Peake salutes Hull’s wonder women