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FIFTY YEARS ON…..WHO WILL BE THE NEXT BABY JANE?

FIFTY YEARS ON…..WHO WILL BE THE NEXT BABY JANE?

  With most of this year’s top 25 grossing films either sequels or remakes I suppose it was inevitable that Hollywood would pull out the creepy 1962 thriller Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? for an updated remake.     The new version will be directed by veteran filmmaker Walter Hill but no ...

TONY SCOTT: BRAIN CANCER?

TONY SCOTT: BRAIN CANCER?

  Tony Scott, the British-born director and producer who committed suicide by jumping off the Vincent Thomas Bridge in San Pedro, had inoperable brain cancer according to sources but his family have denied the reports. The 68-year-old had been in hospital earlier this summer and told friends it was...

KATE MIDDLETON’S COUSIN STRIPS FOR PLAYBOY

KATE MIDDLETON’S COUSIN STRIPS FOR PLAYBOY

  The Duchess of Cambridge is not likely to be amused but her cousin, a stripper and dancer in Sunderland nightclubs, is cashing in on their relationship by posing for Playboy.     Katrina Darling, 22, appears on the front cover of the September issue with eight pages of pictures inside. In one ...

IF YOU’RE A MENTAL PATIENT YOU CAN’T WATCH WOODSTOCK

IF YOU’RE A MENTAL PATIENT YOU CAN’T WATCH WOODSTOCK

 The world is full of movie lists ….best and worst, most suitable for children, raunchiest, most violent ..etc etc.    But I came across a bizarrely interesting one from Napa State Mental Hospital in California. It is a list of movies that mental patients can and cannot watch. And some of t...

OLYMPIC PARK: WHAT WILL HAPPEN NOW?

OLYMPIC PARK: WHAT WILL HAPPEN NOW?

Two million visitors poured through the gates of the Olympic Stadium to watch the world’s top athletes perform during the London 2012 Olympics.     And now the athletes have gone home and the massive clean-up operation is almost finished in readiness for the Paralympics, the future of the O...

ARLINGTON WEST—A SUNDAY MEMORIAL

ARLINGTON WEST—A SUNDAY MEMORIAL

 The thousands of weekend tourists who descend on Santa Monica Pier and the surrounding beaches are confronted with a sobering and emotional scene.      Every Sunday the organisation Veterans for Peace takes over part of the beach immediately north of the pier to put up a massive graveyard of cr...

TIPPI HEDREN: HITCHCOCK MADE MY LIFE A LIVING HELL

TIPPI HEDREN: HITCHCOCK MADE MY LIFE A LIVING HELL

 He was the Master of Suspense, knighted by the Queen and revered by film critics everywhere.   But to Tippi Hedren, who starred in two of his best-known movies, Sir Alfred Hitchcock was a creepy pervert.   “He was evil and deviant, almost to the point of being dangerous,” the 82-ye...

BARTENDER BOB HAS A STORY—MANY STORIES—TO TELL

BARTENDER BOB HAS A STORY—MANY STORIES—TO TELL

My favourite New York bar has long been Fanelli’s, a gritty, beer-and-burger joint on Soho’s Prince Street. Said to be the second-oldest continuously operating bar in the city, it’s a popular destination for locals and tourists alike.  Scrappy and unaffected, Fanelli’s Cafe ...

FUNNYMAN WILL FERRELL TAKES HIS SOCCER SERIOUSLY

FUNNYMAN WILL FERRELL TAKES HIS SOCCER SERIOUSLY

  Who knew? Comedian Will Ferrell is a man who takes his football seriously—even though, like all Americans, he calls it soccer. When we met in New York to talk about his latest movie, the political comedy The Campaign, he told me about a recent Soccer Aid charity match organised by Robbie Wi...

NOW IT’S RADIOMAN: THE MOVIE

NOW IT’S RADIOMAN: THE MOVIE

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