Cary Fukunaga: exclusive interview with the new James Bond director

He is replacing Danny Boyle, but the Californian may not be the safest pair of hands hes no stranger to walking from projects and his latest series, Maniac, is a mind-bending trip into psychotropic drugs Have I done psychotropic drugs? Cary Fukunaga considers the question and laughs. Yeah. Just an…

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Lindsay Lohan Celebrates Mean Girls Day Amid Controversy – Perez Hilton

Lindsay Lohan may be dealing with, well, a lot right now. But she’d never forget where she came from. And by that we mean her Mean Girls high school. Video: LiLo Gets Hit In The Face Trying To Help ‘Refugee Family’ On Wednesday she wore digital pink in an Instagram…

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The Sisters Brothers review: Jacques Audiard saddles up for a subtle and funny western

The English-language debut from the French director is an all-American delight, starring Joaquin Phoenix and John C Reilly perfect as sad, squabbling siblings Jacques Audiard is the French director who has notably absorbed American ideas into his downbeat Melvillian jazz of crime and noir. Now he has taken on that…

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The Little Stranger review Ruth Wilson shines in mournful ghost story

Death and decline haunt postwar Britain as Sarah Waters novel is brought to deliciously sinister life by Lenny Abrahamson The haunts of childhood are revisited in this oppressively macabre ghost story, set in the miserable austerity of late-40s Britain and in some ways a metaphor for the nations complex sense…

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Anne Hathaway attacks ‘white privilege’ after death of black teenager in California

Actor posts picture of Nia Wilson on Instagram and condemns inaction of white Americans Anne Hathaway has urged white people to ask how decent are we really after a black teenager was killed in California. Nia Wilson, 18, died after being stabbed in the neck in Oakland on Sunday night.…

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