Cardi B fears Trump will win in 2020: ‘Nobody’s saying they love a Democrat’

Rapper accolades Bernie Sanders as genuinely heartfelt a person that helps but says Trumps base will tip-off flakes in his favor Before the Democratic debate on Tuesday night, Cardi B carried mistrust that any of the Democratic presidential candidates have…

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Panama Papers law firm Mossack Fonseca sues Netflix over The Laundromat

Partners Jurgen Mossack and Ramon Fonseca want US court to stop the film being exhausted on Friday The partners of the offshore law conglomerate whose confidential registers were exposed in Steven Soderbergh, for using offshore film finance vehicles and his…

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Gemini Man review Will Smith out-performs his younger self

All the digital de-ageing technology in the world cant make this silly sci-fi thriller about a cloned hitman convincing Will Smith is a 51 -year-old contract killer mentioned Henry Brogan who wants out of the game. His bosses aren’t having…

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Henry Chalfant: New York’s defining street art photographer

The 79 -year-old regards back on a career of captivating graffiti and the hip-hop scene in Manhattan through the 70 s and 80 s In the late 1970 s, New York photographer Henry Chalfant embarked on a potentially dangerous project-…

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Who needs Joker? Birds of Prey puts Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn centre stage

Gotham Citys charming crime queen is bigged up in Cathy Yans forthcoming movie, leaving Batman and co in the shade Who needs Batman, the Joker, or undoubtedly the other members of the Birds of Prey, when you have Margot Robbie’s…

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What killed Michael Hutchence?: how far does the rock doc need to go in 2019?

A film about the INXS frontman follows Surviving R Kelly and Leaving Neverland in upping the bets considerably What killed Michael Hutchence? Helena Christensen, in 1992 the INXS frontman got into an altercation with a taxi motorist which contribute to…

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The Cotton Club Encore review Francis Ford Coppola’s reworked masterpiece

Released in 1984 to mingled reviews and box office failure, the melodic theatre has been expanded in a masterful new presentation Francis Ford Coppola’s main revenue stream lately has been as a vintner. And as with a punishment wine-colored, his…

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Ballers to Honey Boo Boo: pop culture tastes of the Democratic candidates

After Pete Buttigieg divulged his affection for Rebel Wilson comedies, what can we learn from the cinema, music and Tv selects of the other presidential prospects? This is a crucial time for the 2020 Democratic candidates. It’s a crowded subject…

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Pillow Talk to Bonnie and Clyde: the greatest Wayne Fitzgerald main titles

The honoured decorator, who died this week, was behind a busines of work on some of Hollywoods biggest and most-loved films This Monday marked the death of main title designer Wayne Fitzgerald at persons under the age of 89. One…

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Beach towels and Brexit: how Germans really see the Brits

Exhibition at Bonns House of History certificates unrequited love of all things British The strategy that Germany’s diplomatic corps proposed to keep Britain in the European society was unconventional and bold. In November 1974, the then German chancellor Helmut Schmidt…

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