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Jonny Greenwood Talks Paul Thomas Anderson “Bromance,” Mark E. Smith, More: Listen

Jonny Greenwood was the latest guest on Adam Buxton’s podcast. In conversation at London’s Royal Festival Hall, the Radiohead guitarist and British comedian spoke about the unlikelihood of Radiohead making a retrospective documentary, Greenwood’s childhood Mark E. Smith obsession, and his “slightly nauseating bromance” with Paul Thomas Anderson, whose new film Phantom Thread features a

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Jess Weixler Channels Her Inner Marilyn Monroe in Thomas Middleditch Rom-Com 'Entanglement' (Exclusive)

Entanglement is the ultimate alternative to the typical romantic comedy. In the quirky indie film, directed by Jason James and written by Jason Filiatrault, Silicon Valley star Thomas Middleditch plays Ben Layten, a 30-something divorcee suffering from mental illness who uncovers a family secret that leads him to a mysterious woman named Hanna (Jess Weixler). When the two unexpectedly fall in love, Ben’s life ...

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News: Book a personalised sunbed with Thomas Cook

Thomas Cook has announced the launch of a new service that allows customers to choose their sunbed before they leave home. Following the successful launch of a similar room selecting service last summer, Choose Your Favourite Sunbed is part of the travel company’s wider commitment to innovating today’s package holiday – for a price. The new initiative is being trialled ...

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For ‘Dunkirk’ producer Emma Thomas, 8 Oscar noms are ‘the cream on top of the cake’

[unable to retrieve full-text content] “Dunkirk” producer Emma Thomas is a bit superstitious, she said Tuesday morning, so she didn’t set her alarm to hear the Oscar nominations in real time. Besides, with four kids, their place is busy enough in the morning even on an ordinary day. Then, she said, “I looked at my phone and it was just… ...

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Artist John Wullbrandt lost vital paintings in the Thomas fire, but found renewal in fighting the flames

It was close to midnight when the call came from a panicked neighbor. A roaring wildfire was racing down the mountain and the flames would be there soon. It was time to get out. But John Wullbrandt, a prolific artist who’d been painting the landscape around La Granada Mountain since he was a teenager, refused to leave. He’d been preparing ...

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