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Shakira Announces Is Negan set to be missing from the first part of ‘The Walking Dead’ season 8? Spider-Man’s “secret cameo” in ‘Iron Man 2’ confirmed We spoke to the naked guy from Foos’ Glastonbury headline slot about being Dave Grohl’s ‘Hero’
 

Shakira Announces "El Dorado" World Tour

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‘Woke’ and ‘post-truth’ added to Oxford English Dictionary

The Oxford English Dictionary has revealed details of its latest update, with the words ‘woke’ and ‘post-truth’ among the most high-profile new additions. The two new words enter the renowned reference book after taking on substantial meaning and usage following the political and social events of last year, with ‘post-truth’ in particular recognised as the ‘word of the year’ in 2016. According [...]

Watch Father John Misty troll Glastonbury fans over surprise Jeremy Corbyn ‘appearance’

Father John Misty feigned introducing Jeremy Corbyn onto the stage during his Glastonbury set at the weekend. The folk musician (real name Josh Tillman) played the John Peel Stage on Saturday (June 24). Earlier that day, Labour leader Corbyn received what many have called a “rockstar welcome” when he arrived at Worthy Farm, before making a number of appearances across the site – including [...]

Is Negan set to be missing from the first part of ‘The Walking Dead’ season 8?

Fans of The Walking Dead have speculated that Negan‘s involvement in the forthcoming eighth season of the show may be more limited than previously thought, following Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s recent absence from filming. The show is currently shooting its next block of episodes in Atlanta, with an October 16 premiere date expected – which will also mark The Walking Dead‘s 100th [...]

Spider-Man’s “secret cameo” in ‘Iron Man 2’ confirmed

Tom Holland has confirmed the long-held fan theory that Peter Parker – aka Spider-Man – had a secret cameo in Iron Man 2. The superhero’s short appearance in the 2010 film has been a popular theory among Marvel fans ever since its release seven years ago. Parker’s cameo is thought to come at the moment a young boy in an Iron [...]

Interpol announce 10th anniversary reissue of ‘Our Love To Admire’

Interpol are reissuing their 2007 album ‘Our Love To Admire’ to mark its tenth anniversary. The New York City band’s third album followed their 2002 debut ‘Turn On The Bright Lights’ and 2004’s acclaimed ‘Antics’, and featured the singles ‘The Heinrich Maneuver’ and ‘Mammoth’. ‘Our Love To Admire’ is still to this day Interpol’s highest-charting album in both the UK and [...]

See Drake as Steph Curry in NBA Awards’ ‘Get Out’ Spoof

Drake served as host of the inaugural edition of the NBA Awards on Monday night. In one comedy skit from the show, the hip-hop star portrayed Golden State Warriors guard Steph Curry in an amusing homage to the hit horror flick Get Out.  “Get Out and Celebrate.” @Drake as @StephenCurry30? #NBAAwards pic.twitter.com/7KvLgVBOnq — NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) June 27, 2017 The segment gently pokes [...]

We spoke to the naked guy from Foos’ Glastonbury headline slot about being Dave Grohl’s ‘Hero’

Foo Fighters delivered a huge Glastonbury headline slot on Saturday night – but their thunder was almost stolen by a man with no clothes. A man, no less, who then managed to get noticed by Dave Grohl – with the Foo Fighters frontman dedicating ‘My Hero’ to him. Now, he’s spoken to NME on condition of anonymity – and revealed all on [...]


Rare archaeological find could be the first time unique pottery seen in the South West

27 June 2017

Archaeologists excavating a site where Iron Age, Roman, and early medieval communities lived for more than a thousand years have unearthed pottery believed to have never been seen before in the South West. The high-quality fragment of a cup shows that ancient farmers and ironworkers in South Devon could afford quality goods and had an affluent lifestyle. The find is likely to [...]

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‘K.O.’: Film Review

27 June 2017

This second feature film from ‘Les Revenants’ creator Fabrice Gobert stars Laurent Lafitte and Chiara Mastroianni in a twisted tale of corporate greed and alternate realities. Less of a K.O. than a WTF, writer-director Fabrice Gobert’s second feature stars French pretty boy Laurent Lafitte (Elle) as a TV executive caught in a Mobius strip-style plot that has him dying, resurrecting, falling [...]

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Behind the scenes: The Princeton-Fung Global Forum asks ‘Can Liberty Survive the Digital Age?’

27 June 2017

Americans experience daily threats to their liberty in a world filled with cyber hacks, fake news, communication silos and government surveillance. The hacking of the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 presidential election brought home just how vulnerable we are, and more recently, the BBC reported that sensitive personal details related to almost 200 million U.S. citizens was accidentally exposed by [...]

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Watch Nicki Minaj perform Remy Ma diss track medley at NBA Awards

27 June 2017

Nicki Minaj performed a medley of her recent Remy Ma diss tracks at last night’s first-ever NBA Awards. The NBA Awards 2017 were hosted by Drake on Monday (June 26) and saw Minaj perform the songs ‘Realize’, ‘No Frauds’ and ‘Swish Swish’, all of which feature disses aimed at rival Ma. 2 Chainz also joined Minaj for her performance of the first track, [...]

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Man who taught Ed Sheeran how to use loop pedal speaks out after claims star was playing to backing track

27 June 2017

A man who claims to have taught Ed Sheeran how to use a loop pedal has spoken in a new interview following the singer’s loop-filled Glastonbury headline set. Exclusive NME offer with Amazon Music Unlimited – get 60 days of music without paying anything Sheeran is known for using loop pedals for his live performances – allowing him to record his guitar before essentially ‘looping’ [...]

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Ed Sheeran to announce 2018 UK and European stadium tour tomorrow

27 June 2017

Fresh from his huge Glastonbury headlining closing slot at the weekend, Ed Sheeran is set to announce a massive UK and EU stadium tour tomorrow (Wednesday 28 June). Sheeran played a stellar headline set on the Sunday of Glasto, and now looks set to follow it up with some of his biggest UK headline shows to date – having played three [...]

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Watch Calvin Harris, Katy Perry, Pharrell’s Funked Out ‘Feels’ Trip

27 June 2017

Katy Perry, Pharrell and Big Sean join Calvin Harris for a gossamer island getaway in the new video for “Feels.” The track will appear on Harris’ upcoming album, Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1, out June 30th. Related Hear Calvin Harris, Pharrell, Katy Perry’s Bubbly Ska Song ‘Feels’ [...]

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‘WALL-E’: THR’s 2008 Review

27 June 2017

On June 27, 2008, Pixar unveiled WALL-E, a sci-fi adventure that would become a summer hit with critics and audiences. The Hollywood Reporter’s original review is below:  This is getting to sound like a broken record: Pixar Animation Studios has just topped itself. Again. In WALL-E, following the sublime culinary slapstick of Ratatouille, Pixar and director-writer Andrew Stanton — officially the studio’s ninth employee [...]

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Corbyn is one of the most popular baby names of 2017

27 June 2017

A new study has found that Corbyn is one of the year’s hottest baby names, with more than half of parents surveyed saying that they would consider naming their child after Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. The study, conducted by the website ChannelMum.com, surveyed 1,305 parents across the UK and found that over 50 percent would consider naming their child Corbyn and that 15 [...]

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“Traumatología para médicos de urgencias”, nuevo libro de la UGR

27 June 2017

Coordinado por Alfonso L. García Priego, este manual da cuenta de la atención al paciente traumatológico y explica los mecanismos de lesión principal, las pruebas diagnósticas que hay que solicitar, los protocolos de actuación más frecuentes, o los criterios de consulta al especialista hospitalario. found for you by the Independence News Desk at http://secretariageneral.ugr.es/pages/tablon/*/noticias-canal-ugr/traumatologia-para-medicos-de-urgencias-nuevo-libro-de-la-ugr [...]

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TigerTalks in the City discuss faculty ‘Breakthrough Books’

27 June 2017

Last month, the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council (PEC), in partnership with Princeton University Press, held a TigerTalks in the City on “Breakthrough Books,” featuring four Princeton faculty members discussing their most recent books (above) all published by PUP, in New York City. Last month, the Princeton Entrepreneurship Council (PEC), in partnership with Princeton University Press, held a TigerTalks in the City on [...]

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Watch Nick Jonas, Mike Posner’s Playful ‘Remember I Told You’ Video

27 June 2017

Nick Jonas enlists Mike Posner, Anne-Marie and a crew of models to tear up a room and have a massive party for the “Remember I Told You” video. Related Nick Jonas Parties Hard in ‘Champagne Problems’ Video Pop star sings from the nightclub floor [...]

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Amid reports of The Stone Roses’ split, Ian Brown is reportedly making a new solo album

27 June 2017

Amid reports that The Stone Roses have split once again, it is claimed that frontman Ian Brown is working on a new solo album. Exclusive NME offer with Amazon Music Unlimited – get 60 days of music without paying anything At the weekend, rumours began to circulate that the Manchester legends’ show in Glasgow would be their last, before comments made by [...]

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New poster for Dunkirk provides sneak peek at Christopher Nolan’s war epic

27 June 2017

A new poster for Dunkirk has been released – and it’s giving us an action-filled glimpse of what to expect from Christopher Nolan’s war epic. The poster sees Harry Styles desperately clambering up the side of a ship, while explosions and out-of-control war planes are seen in the background as chaos reigns. It’s also accompanied by the stirring tagline “400,000 men couldn’t [...]

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This man failed spectacularly at this ‘Impossible’ Blur quiz question

27 June 2017

BBC One quiz show Impossible asks contestants to weed out the answers that it’s not possible to be right. For example, if they gave you a board with the names of Henry VIII’s wives and Queen Elizabeth II and asked which of the women listed he married, old Liz would be an impossible answer. On yesterday’s edition (June 26), one wannabe quiz champion [...]

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New charity single of Manchester poem ‘This Is The Place’ released, with support from Liam Gallagher and Peter Hook

27 June 2017

A new charity single version of Tony Walsh’s poem ‘Together (This Is The Place)’ has been released for the victims of the Manchester terror attack, after receiving support from the likes of Liam Gallagher and Peter Hook. Tony Walsh, aka Longfella, read the beautiful poem at Manchester’s vigil after a terrorist attack saw 22 people killed and scores more injured when [...]

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Watch Vince Staples Team With Roots, Damon Albarn, More on ‘Fallon’

27 June 2017

Vince Staples assembled a supergroup of Damon Albarn, Ray J, Kilo Kish and the Roots to perform “Love Can Be…” on The Tonight Show Monday. The track appears on Staples’ new record, Big Fish Theory. Related Vince Staples on Rap’s Activist Legacy, Revamping His Live Show [...]

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These Glastonbury-goers feel like they’ll never be normal again

27 June 2017

The Glastonbury blues aren’t fictional. They’re a living, breathing horror. And they usually don’t set in until the day after you get back. Lugging a massive bag out of Worthy Farm, that’s fine. Hopping on a coach with a hundred smelly strangers – that’s ok, so long as you get a really greasy meal at a service station. Arriving home [...]

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El Consejo de Gobierno de la UGR informa favorablemente las cuentas anuales de 2016

27 June 2017

Tras el informe positivo del Consejo de Gobierno, las cuentas serán sometidas a la aprobación definitiva por parte del Pleno del Consejo Social de la UGR que se reunirá el próximo día 28 de Junio. found for you by the Independence News Desk at http://secretariageneral.ugr.es/pages/tablon/*/noticias-canal-ugr/el-consejo-de-gobierno-de-la-ugr-informa-favorablemente-las-cuentas-anuales-de-2016 Visit our Home Page

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Watch DJ Khaled, Nas, Travis Scott in Cinematic ‘It’s Secured’ Video

27 June 2017

DJ Khaled unites with Nas and Travis Scott in his action movie-styled video for “It’s Secured,” an all-star collaboration from the producer’s newly released 10th album, Grateful. Related DJ Khaled Talks Snapchatting Son’s Birth, How Muslim Faith Guides Him Hitmaking producer on [...]

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“Your handshakes aren’t worth dog crap!”: Watch Drake team up with Will Ferrell for NBA themed sketch

27 June 2017

Drake kicked off last night’s NBA Awards by teaming up with comedy legend Will Ferrell for a basketball themed sketch. The two-minute skit sees the Canadian rapper assuming the role of ‘NBA handshake specialist’ Coach Palmer, who teams up with Ferrell’s Coach Murphy in an attempt to improve the celebrations of basketball teams. Drake is heard to say in the skit: “Guys [...]

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20 ways Harry Potter changed the world

27 June 2017

Harry Potter turns 20 this week (June 26), two decades on from the publication of The Philosopher’s Stone in 1997. It’s hard to say exactly the level of cultural impact the young adult wizardry series has had over the past couple of decades, but here are 20 big, weird milestones the enormous franchise has achieved. 1. ‘Muggle’ is in the dictionary The Oxford English Dictionary added this [...]

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Nintendo to release SNES Classic Edition

27 June 2017

Nintendo have announced their plans to release a ‘Classic Edition’ of the legendary SNES console in 2017. Coming on September 29, the Classic Edition SNES will have the same look and feel of the 1991 original, but much smaller and pre-loaded with 21 favourite Nintendo games – including ‘Super Mario World’, ‘Super Mario Kart’, ‘The Legend Of Zelda’ and the previously [...]

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Migos were involved in a confrontation with Chris Brown’s entourage at the BET Awards

27 June 2017

Rap group Migos reportedly became embroiled in a scrap with Chris Brown‘s entourage at the BET Awards, only hours after they clashed with Joe Budden during a backstage interview. Footage of the scrap shows the group being surrounded by a group who are said to be linked to Brown while punches are thrown – but there is no suggestion that Brown [...]

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Blocus Assisté

27 June 2017

L’ULB sur les réseaux sociaux Restez connecté, avec l’ULB! found for you by the Independence News Desk at http://www.ulb.ac.be/actulb/index.php?article=12277 Visit our Home Page

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It Was (Mostly) Bad News on the Final Day of the Supreme Court Term

27 June 2017

Despite rumors swirling around Washington and the internet, Justice Anthony Kennedy did not retire from the Supreme Court Monday. He could still announce his retirement at any time, but the last day of the Court’s session came and went without hearing from him, meaning it’s unlikely in the immediate future. For now, liberals can rest easy that the justice who provides the [...]

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Rihanna and Chance The Rapper named among most influential people on the internet

27 June 2017

Rihanna and Chance The Rapper have both been named in a new list of the 25 most influential people on the internet. The list, published by Time Magazine, offers an unranked round-up of the internet’s biggest influencers – citing their ‘overall ability to drive news’ and their ‘global impact.’ Describing Rihanna, the magazine said that she “approaches social media with the same [...]

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Lucasfilm bosses ‘disappointed’ with Alden Ehrenreich’s performance as Han Solo

27 June 2017

The Star Wars Han Solo spin-off has reportedly descended into further chaos, after it was claimed that acting coaches were hired to mentor leading actor Alden Ehrenreich. Last week, directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller left the origins project after reportedly experiencing “deep fundamental differences” with Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy and scriptwriter Lawrence Kasdan. Now, it’s claimed that acting coaches were brought [...]

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Glastonbury bosses give update and reveal what to expect from spin-off festival ‘Variety Bazaar’

27 June 2017

Glastonbury organiser Emily Eavis has provided a progress update on their new spin-off festival Variety Bazaar, and compared it to Glasto areas Shangri-La, Block9 and the GreenFields. Watch our video interview above. Exclusive NME offer with Amazon Music Unlimited – get 60 days of music without paying anything While there will be no Glastonbury in 2018 due to a fallow year, the [...]

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Kiefer Sutherland reveals that playing Glastonbury 2017 was “one of the greatest honours of my life”

27 June 2017

Kiefer Sutherland has revealed that being invited to play at Glastonbury 2017 was one of “the greatest honours of my life.” The 24 actor and musician played a country and western set on the Avalon Stage on Sunday (June 25), but he wasn’t the only Hollywood A-lister to visit Worthy Farm over the weekend – the likes of Brad Pitt, Bradley [...]

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See Drake, Will Ferrell as ‘Handshake Coaches’ in NBA Awards Sketch

27 June 2017

Drake, the host of the inaugural NBA Awards, kicked off the show Monday night by starring alongside Will Ferrell in a sketch about “handshake coaches.” Related Drake Tapped to Host Inaugural NBA Awards Singer will helm new basketball awards ceremony in June [...]

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Wonder Woman is now the biggest ever film by a female director

27 June 2017

Wonder Woman has become the biggest global live-action film ever released by a female director, after it grossed an eye-watering $653.9 million (£514 million) worldwide. The DC Comics superhero film, which is directed by Patty Jenkins, secured the massive box office sum in its fourth week of release. It’s now beaten the record set by Phyllida Lloyd’s big screen adaptation of Mamma [...]

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‘You Must Remember This’ Podcast: New Season Explores Radical Women in Hollywood

27 June 2017

Two female icons of the screen. One, a second-generation Hollywood royal, and ubiquitous for over 50 years; the other, born in obscurity, still mysterious and lesser-known today, her biography mired by tragedy and untimely death. What unites them? That’s the focus of “Jane Jean” the new season of You Must Remember This, Karina Longworth’s popular and addictive podcast about 20th [...]

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Ed Sheeran has been working on his fourth album for a seriously long time

27 June 2017

Ed Sheeran has reportedly revealed that he’s been working on his fourth album for six years – even before his first record was released. The singer, who headlined Glastonbury for the first time ever on Sunday night, also revealed that he’s got seven songs planned for the record – which is expected to be called ‘Subtract’. He told The Sun: ‘I’ve been [...]

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Amy O Gets "Elastic"

27 June 2017

Mon, 26 Jun 2017 08:34:45 Amy O is the nomme de plume of Amy Oelsner, the lo-fi pop writer/performer from Bloomington, Indiana that deserves to sit at the top of your summer playlist. Her new album, Elastic, released via Winspear, is a collection of unassuming [...]

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Trumpcare Takes From the Poor to Give to the Rich

27 June 2017

Twenty two million Americans will lose insurance if the Senate’s draconian Trumpcare bill becomes law, according to an estimate released Monday by the Congressional Budget Office. Fifteen million Americans would lose coverage in the first year alone – including four million Americans who would lose the coverage they currently get through work. Related [...]

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Nine Inch Nails Performs On "Twin Peaks"

27 June 2017

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Here’s How Much Spider-Man We’re Going to See in ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

27 June 2017

The early reactions for Spider-Man: Homecoming are tremendous, with many (including this writer) saying it is the best Spider-Man movie yet. It’s also the first Spider-Man movie produced by the folks at Marvel Studios (The Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy), and not only does it feature Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark/Iron Man and a little of Chris [...]

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Why Are ‘Pro-Life’ Republicans Pushing a Bill That Will Kill Tens of Thousands?

26 June 2017

Here’s a dark fact: Every single GOP senator who calls him or herself pro-life who votes for the Republican health care bill knowingly will be voting for legislation that will kill tens of thousands of Americans per year. Related Who Loses the Most Under the New Republican Health Care Bill [...]

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‘A Loner’ (‘Da Xue Dong Zhi’): Film Review | Shanghai 2017

26 June 2017

More than five decades after her stellar turn as a model soldier in ‘The Red Detachment of Women,’ Chinese actress Zhu Xijuan returns in Xing Xiao’s film about a pensioner’s solitary existence in Beijing. The lead in A Loner is played by the 79-year-old, Los Angeles-based Zhu Xijuan, who went from being a revolutionary screen icon in the 1960s with her [...]

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Lorde Earns First Number One Album On Billboard 200

26 June 2017

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Tom Holland Says His Spider-Man is In ‘Iron Man 2’

26 June 2017

Spider-Man is now a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, officially, but apparently he has been there in spirit for the past seven years. Well, his alter-ego Peter Parker has, anyway. According to Tom Holland, who plays Parker/Spidey in the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming, the character is on screen in 2010’s Iron Man 2. The actor, who began his portrayal of the [...]

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Liam Gallagher and Johnny Depp enjoyed a ‘wild reunion’ at Glastonbury

26 June 2017

Liam Gallagher and Johnny Depp reportedly met up at Glastonbury after not seeing each other for over a decade and held a party that has been described as ‘carnage’. Exclusive NME offer with Amazon Music Unlimited – get 60 days of music without paying anything The former Oasis star played the Other Stage on Saturday afternoon – and Depp was said to [...]

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The Glastonbury 2017 secret sets that did and didn’t happen

26 June 2017

Glastonbury Festival and secret sets go hand-in-hand. Barely a year will pass without the timeless rumour of a ‘Daft Punk secret set at the Stonebridge Bar in the wee hours’, or a mystery headliner trekking up to The Park for a mid-afternoon show. Exclusive NME offer with Amazon Music Unlimited – get 60 days of music without paying anything Emily Eavis spent [...]

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The Courteeners’ Liam Fray hails Jeremy Corbyn’s Glastonbury 2017 speech: ‘It felt like he was headlining’

26 June 2017

The Courteeners‘ Liam Fray has praised Jeremy Corbyn’s speech to thousands at Glastonbury 2017 – hailing the Labour leader as ‘human, compassionate and caring’. Watch out interview with Fray above. “This is the 10th anniversary of when we first played Glastonbury in 2017, and I think we’ve done seven in that time,” frontman Liam Fray told NME. “It’s always amazing. It [...]

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Ape expert joins War for the Planet of the Apes Q&A

26 June 2017

A real-life primate expert joined stars of new film War for the Planet of the Apes for a QA with journalists. Dr Lauren Brent, from the University of Exeter, answered questions alongside director Matt Reeves and actors Andy Serkis and Steve Zahn. While the director and actors talked about plot and production, Dr Brent was asked about animal behaviour – and how [...]

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The Case for Paying Less Attention to Donald Trump

26 June 2017

Donald Trump’s presidency has been a disaster, but he has succeeded beyond his wildest expectations in one key way: getting attention – attention that fills the void where the rest of us have a soul. Related Can Democrats Fix the Party? Trump’s victory [...]

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‘Flower and Sword’ (‘Hana Ikusa’): Film Review | Shanghai 2017

26 June 2017

Director Tetsuo Shinohara (‘Stakeout,’ ‘Terminal’) champions art and nature over despotism in a 16th century Japanese tale of monks and shoguns. Judging from the poster and trailer that came out in Japan last month, Tetsuo Shinohara’s Flower and Sword (Hana Ikusa) should be some kind of bright-colored slapstick comedy. Nothing could be more misrepresentative of this gentle historical-philosophical rumination on the [...]

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HAIM Announce North American Tour

26 June 2017

Mon, 26 Jun 2017 09:58:09 HAIM Videos more haim videos » We are only a couple weeks away from the release of HAIM’s [...]

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Get Ready, Bellas! Watch First ‘Pitch Perfect 3’ Trailer

26 June 2017

When Pitch Perfect opened in theaters in September 2012, it caught lightning in a bottle. Loosely adapted from a true story, it revolved around a motley group of college students who slowly form a bond through their participation in an all-female a capella group. The low-budget production received a positive critical reception and proved to be quite popular with [...]

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