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Alec Baldwin should have the “human decency to say ‘I’m sorry'”, a lawyer for the family of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins has said. Gloria Allred, who is representing the family of Ms Hutchins in a civil proceeding, made the comment after a criminal manslaughter case against the actor fell apart. It comes as Baldwin shared his
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Shelley Duvall, best known for her role in The Shining, has died at the age of 75. Duvall died in her sleep from complications of diabetes at her home in Blanco, Texas, her partner told The Hollywood Reporter. “My dear, sweet, wonderful life partner and friend left us. Too much suffering lately, now she’s free.
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Ross Kemp led celebrity celebrations over England’s 2-1 victory against the Netherlands in a nail-biting semi-final which saw a last gasp goal from substitute Ollie Watkins secure the side’s place in Sunday’s Euro 2024 final against Spain. Three years on from losing the continental showpiece to Italy on penalties, Gareth Southgate‘s Euro 2020 runners-up earned
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Online vehicle marketplace Carvana has launched an exciting new feature that makes buying a used EV or PHEV easier than ever. US customers can now take advantage of up to $4,000 in savings at the point of sale through the federal government’s Clean Vehicle Tax Credit. Carvana has successfully streamlined this process, making affordable EVs
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Ford will receive drastically less public support for its new EV battery plant in Michigan. Ford’s incentives for the plant were cut by over half, matching the automaker’s recent plans to scale back. Scaling back The Michigan Strategic Fund approved the reduction on Tuesday. Ford will now receive $409.1 million in incentives from Michigan, less
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A sequel to The Devil Wears Prada, the hit 2006 film featuring Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway, is reportedly in development. One of the original screenwriters Aline Brosh McKenna is in talks to write the follow-up, which reportedly follows Streep‘s character, magazine editor Miranda Priestly, as she confronts the decline of print publications in the
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Police leaders have criticised the title of new ITV comedy Piglets, calling it “highly offensive” and “a disgusting choice of language”. Set in a fictional police training college, the programme’s name is an apparent reference to the term “pig” which has long been used as a derogatory slang word for police officers. Tiffany Lynch, acting
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