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Seth Rogen talks about fundraising for Alzheimer’s research
Kim’s absence is at least a bit easier to laugh about now that he has finally resurfaced, appearing in images released by state media this week.
Pixies to release demos for ‘Doolittle’ anniversary
The 1989 album starts with Debaser, a violent yet absurd track about slicing eyeballs that references Luis Bunuel and Salvador Dali’s surrealist film Un Chien Andalou.
Simmons moves to head of the class in Whiplash
Jonathan Kimble (J.K) Simmons is sitting in a Chinese restaurant in Manhattan, recalling the myriad names — almost as numerous as his many characters — he’s gone by over the years. But by any name, you’re more likely to know Simmons by his rubbery face, seen in everything from Broadway to insurance ads.
Erykah Badu flops as Times Square street performer
In what appeared to be more of an artistic project than an attempt to win busking stardom, Badu recorded her performance with her phone and said that she had always wanted to experience life as a street musician.
Brain Games back on National Geographic
The programme brings you interactive games and experiments to mess with your mind and reveal the inner workings of your brain.
Hugh Grant on Hollywood, hacking and celebrity
He gave evidence at the Leveson inquiry into the culture and ethics of the British media and accused several British tabloid newspapers of intruding into his personal life and hacking his telephone.
Three new JK Rowling wizard movies due from 2016
The first, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, will be directed by David Yates, who directed the last four Harry Potter movies, and reunite the same filmmaking team.
Alecia Moore’s new music is with You+Me
Don’t call Alecia Moore ‘Pink’ — at least for now.
Catherine Deneuve says she’s ‘still working’ in rare interview
Once a target of the paparazzi, septuagenarian Deneuve says today it is fans with smartphones she contends with, who regularly ask to snap her in their self-portrait photographs.
David Cronenberg’s first book well-received in literary circles
To finish his first novel, David Cronenberg had to work around a few other projects.
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