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Why Evangeline Lilly hated her ‘Lost’ character

(Credits: Far Out / ABC Television) Wed 21 February 2024 11:00, UK At the height of its popularity, there were few TV shows that generated discussion on a level comparable to Lost, with J.J. Abrams’ mind-bending fantasy becoming one of the most heavily debated episodic offerings of the 21st century. Unfortunately, the longer the series […]

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Kyle Richards Addresses Cheating Speculation Amid Mauricio Umansky Split in Emotional Talk With Erika Jayne: Watch

View gallery Image Credit: Michael Buckner/Variety/Penske Media via Getty Images Kyle Richards, 55, didn’t hold back when discussing her marriage troubles with Erika Jayne, 52, during an emotional conversation on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. In a sneak peak video shared by Bravo on February 20, the mother-of-four discussed the recent speculation that either she or […]

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Shortlist announced for the fourth plinth commission in Trafalgar Square

(Credits: James O Jenkins) Tue 20 February 2024 11:07, UK The shortlist for the fourth plinth sculpture in London‘s Trafalgar Square has been announced, which will see one artist’s project showcased in the flagship spot for the next two-year slot. For two years since 1999, various art pieces have stood in pride of place in […]

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Revisiting the terrifying 1980s British kids show ‘Jigsaw’

(Credits: Far Out / BBC) Mon 19 February 2024 11:00, UK For some reason, British television has always had an overwhelming capacity for creating nightmare-inducing material for children. Many pieces of media designed with young viewers in mind have left them scared for their lives, from certain public information films to bizarre television series. Most […]

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The Big Indie Playlist: The best new music of the week

(Credits: Far Out) Sun 18 February 2024 11:34, UK Another week, the same bustling music industry. Every week, thousands of artists present shiny new offerings to their works. It can be exhausting to try and keep up with the established names, let alone dive beneath the surface into the world of up-and-comers. Let us do […]

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Why Alan Rickman owes his success to Sam Neill

(Credits: Far Out / Alamy) Sat 17 February 2024 11:00, UK For somebody who’d never appeared in a motion picture before, it’s a testament to the towering talents of Alan Rickman that his feature debut saw him craft one of the most iconic villains in the history of cinema. John McTiernan’s Die Hard is inarguably […]

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Berlin 2024: Lupita Nyong’o makes history at German Film Festival

(Credit: Alamy) Sat 17 February 2024 10:35, UK Kenyan actor Lupita Nyong’o has made history at the Berlin Film Festival by becoming the first black person to head the Berlinale jury. The festival, which showcases new pieces of cinema from across the world, is known for being one of the big five global film festivals. […]

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What’s It Like To Be An NBA DJ?

02/16/2024 DJs for 16 NBA teams talk about the pressures and glories of selecting the soundtracks for each season.   02/16/2024 DJ D Sharp Courtesy of Golden State Warriors The job of an NBA DJ isn’t just about blasting bangers through arena-sized speakers. It’s a feat of athleticism in and of itself: a precisely coordinated, rapidly […]

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Which movie has been nominated for the most Baftas?

(Credits: Far Out / BAFTA / Scott Garfitt) Fri 16 February 2024 11:00, UK The British Academy Film Awards come around every year to celebrate the best British and international contributions to the cinematic medium. While many consider the American counterpart, the Oscars, to be the most significant film award ceremony of the year, one […]

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Billy Joel remembers Stevie Wonder trying to teach Bob Dylan how to sing

(Credits: Far Out / YouTube Still) Fri 16 February 2024 10:37, UK Billy Joel has shared his memories of recording the charity single ‘We Are the World’ in 1985, recalling how Stevie Wonder had to teach Bob Dylan how to sing like himself. Recalling the recording experience on The Howard Stern Show, the New Yorker […]