Mira Sorvino: I am terribly sorry for working with Woody Allen

January 15, 2018

The Oscar-winning star of Mighty Aphrodite has pencilled an open letter addressed to Allens daughter Dylan Farrow to say she will never work with him again Mira Sorvino has pencilled an open letter addressed to Woody Allen’s daughter Dylan Farrow to express regret over starring in his 1995 humor Mighty Aphrodite. The actor, who acquired an Oscar for her persona as a sex in the film, has professed to being…

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Catherine Deneuve’s claim of #MeToo witch-hunt sparks backlash

January 13, 2018

French actor and 100 other women who ratified word are accused of being apologists for rape The French actor Catherine Deneuve has sparked a frenzied international reaction after Italian actor Asia Argento, among the first countries to accuse Weinstein, wrote on tweeted the New York Times cartoonist Colleen Doran. The American novelist Laila Lalami said such thinking was ” the clearest reason yet of how workers like Woody Allen and…

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

January 12, 2018

Calling her the envoy of feeling, The Post director endorses Winfrey and says America needs a mindful, empathetic human being in the White House The undeclared but burgeoning campaign to elect Oprah Winfrey the next president of the United States has received another boost, with the full-throated approval of one of Hollywood’s biggest digits: Steven Spielberg. ” I suppose Oprah Winfrey would make an absolutely brilliant chairperson ,” the Oscar-winning…

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Two suns? No, it’s a supernova drawn 6,000 years ago, say scientists

January 12, 2018

Indian researchers say etches found in Kashmir may be the oldest depiction of a croaking starring ever discovered For decades, stone carvings unearthed in the Himalayan territory of Kashmir were is considered to represent a hunting scene. But the presence of two celestial objects in the attractions has aroused the interest of a group of Indian astronomers. They have proposed another philosophy. Harmonizing to a study published in the Indian…

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Joshua Boyle, former Taliban hostage, in court on sexual assault charges

January 5, 2018

Canadian, 34, who was extricated with spouse and children after nearly five years old, also faced accusations in Ottawa of forceful custody and constituting death threats Joshua Boyle, the Canadian man held hostage by Taliban-linked militants for nearly five years, briefly appeared in an Ottawa court via videolink on Wednesday after being arrested on more than a dozen prices including forcible intercourse, forcible incarceration and breathing a death menace. Boyle…

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Rose Marie obituary

January 4, 2018

All-round entertainer whose best-known role was as Sally Rogers in the American video sitcom The Dick Van Dyke Show As Sally Rogers in The Dick Van Dyke Show, Rose Marie, who has died aged 94, was known and cherished by the myriad television viewers who tuned in every week from 1961 to 1966 to watch the landmark sitcom. Rose Marie, playing one of three slapstick scribes on the fictional Alan…

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Curse of the Cook Islands and a chance to turn derelict hotel into a tourist hotspot

January 2, 2018

On a disintegrating site on Rarotonga, every attempt to build a inn has neglected. Now its the make-up of a China-backed group to try to beat the hex Half-submerged by a jungle and occupied by kine, chickens and goats, it is one of the more odd tourist attractions on the South Pacific island of Rarotonga: the “cursed” Sheraton hotel complex, a long-abandoned comfort resort that has lain dilapidated for a…

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British explorer forced to abandon solo Antarctic crossing

December 31, 2017

Ben Saunders aspirations attempt after 52 eras after being left without enough food to ended quest The British polar adventurer Ben Saunders has been forced to vacate his quest to bridge Antarctica unassisted after he was left without sufficient food to end his journey. Saunders, 40, was attempting what he described as the first solo unassisted crossover of Antarctica in reminiscence of his friend Lt Col Henry Worsley, who died…

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Ex-footballer George Weah to become Liberias president

December 30, 2017

Election commission says Weah defeated vice-president Joseph Boakai to acquire election runoff with 61.5% of the vote The onetime football whiz 80% of beings live on less than $1.25( 93 p) a daylight, and hundreds of thousands of children are out of school. Not everyone is convinced Weah is the man for the number of jobs. Kawolo Suah, a Monrovia resident, said Weah would only look after his supporters and…

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Mark Hamill pays tribute to Carrie Fisher one year after her death

December 29, 2017

Star Wars actor poles Instagram image and repeats dialogue from The Last Jedi, saying no ones ever really gone Mark Hamill has paid tribute to his late co-star Carrie Fisher on the first anniversary of her death with a quote from the new Star Wars film. Mirroring a piece of exchange in Star Wars: The Last Jedi– Fisher’s final cinema in the sci-fi dealership- Hamill wrote on Instagram:” No one’s…

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