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Source: Fox News

Marlon Brando revealed why he didn’t like being photographed while filming ‘Last Tango in Paris,’ book claims

Today 19:05 GMT

During Sereny’s brief time photographing “Last Tango in Paris,” Brando would send the assistant director to bring her to his dressing room for chats.

Sereny was chosen to photograph the making of 1972’s “Last Tango in Paris” — an erotic drama that famously earned an X-rating in the United States. In 2016, Italian director Bernardo Bertolucci responded to outrage when new reports claimed he and Brando conspired against actress Maria Schneider while filming a notorious rape scene in the film involving butter, calling it “a ridiculous understanding.”

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Source: The Guradian

Is age just a number Oscar winners are getting older, analysis reveals

Today 14:30 GMT

All the oldest male winners were over the age of 50, while just over half of their female counterparts were in this age category.

The female actor with the longest wait is Helen Mirren: her Oscar for The Queen in 2007 was 38 years after her role in the Michael Powell-directed The Age of Consent. If she wins, Close would be the third woman over the age of 70 to win best actress, following Jessica Tandy (who won in 1990 for Driving Miss Daisy at the age of 80) and Katharine Hepburn, who is remarkable for winning three Oscars after her 60th birthday.

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Source: BBC

Samsung reveals Galaxy Fold and S10 5G

Thursday 17:15 GMT

Samsung has unveiled a foldable smartphone - the Galaxy Fold - alongside a 5G Galaxy S10 handset and three other Galaxy S10 mobiles.

The Galaxy S10 5G features the firm's biggest-ever non-folding phone display and promises faster data speeds when networks become available. Samsung had previously acknowledged that the cost of its S9 range had contributed to "lower-than-expected sales".

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Source: Reuters

Illinois mass shooting reveals gaps in gun laws; state seeks to...

Thursday 08:59 GMT

(Reuters) - The governor of Illinois vowed on Tuesday to seek tighter gun control measures after learning the man who shot five co-workers dead last week was wrongly granted a firearms permit but never forced to surrender his weapon.

Calls for action in Illinois coincided with renewed momentum for gun control in the U.S. House of Representatives, where Democrats wrested control from the more pro-gun Republican Party and have introduced legislation to expand background checks on gun buyers.

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Source: Fox News

McCabe reveals the 'one thing' that stood out from his fateful call with Flynn

Wednesday 23:40 GMT

More than two hours after McCabe claimed in the book that Flynn first made the comment to the agents about the "beautiful black sky." In a post-interview meeting in McCabe's office, the agents "weren't saying they believed [Flynn], and they weren't saying they didn't believe him."

Namely that "when I told him that people were curious" about his conversations with the then-Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, Flynn replied, "You know what I said, because you guys were probably listening." Without confirming Flynn's suspicions, McCabe wrote: "I had to wonder, as events played out: If you thought we were listening, why would you lie?"


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