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The video streaming company say they are planning “substantial European expansion” later this year

Father and son: Stallone arrives at a 1996 film premier with girlfriend Jennifer Flavin, center, and his son Sage

Funeral service held for Sylvester Stallone's son in Los Angeles

Family and friends mourned the son of movie star Sylvester Stallone at a private funeral over the weekend, one week after he was found dead in his Los Angeles homes.

Artist spotlight: Theatre503

Theatre503 is the award-winning home of fearless, irreverent and provocative new plays. Lead by artistic directors Tim Roseman and Paul Robinson since 2006, 503 has become known for its brave and bold new work, nurturing emerging artists and nimbly reacting to developments in current affairs.

Rambo: The Video Game reports in for duty

Body bags not included.

The original 'Raging Bull' starred Robert DeNiro. It was based on the life of Jake LaMotta

Gloves come off in bloody battle for the rights to film Raging Bull II

MGM studio files lawsuit asking courts to halt production of sequel to classic boxing film

Mel Gibson is 'a very dangerous man,' according to his own mother

Mel Gibson's stepmother files restraining order against him

Mel Gibson's stepmother has filed for a restraining order against him, claiming he threatened her and spat in her face.

Natalie Haynes: I've seen Jaws 10 times and still I'm terrified

Notebook: I can't imagine Melville or Ibsen are high in Michael Bay's mind when he churns out another Transformers movie

Album: London Philharmonic, Orchestra (Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant)

This official soundtrack to the recent festivities has an unashamedly populist slant, David Parry and the LPO presenting what are effectively a succession of musical figureheads commensurate with the celebration of a national figurehead.

Stephen Goodwin prepares a report for The Independent during his unsuccessful 1998 attempt to reach the summit of Everest

Steve Goodwin: It was already busy when I went up Everest. Now it's like rush hour

Everest has become a circus of corporate greed trading on the egos of individuals

DVD/Blu-ray: Haywire (15)

Martial-arts champion Gina Carano is convincing as lethal Mallory, a black ops commando who is assigned by her slimy boss (Ewan McGregor) to “babysit” Michael Fassbender's agent in Dublin.

Dubai’s Drydocks World, alongside other firms, is to build the Water Discus Hotel in the Emirate

Will Dean's Ideas Factory: Room for a smashing lesson in anger management

The problem with one being incredibly, seethingly, monstrously angry is that, unless you're in the proximity to a punchbag (or, if a sent-off footballer, a dressing room door) there's often no physical way of letting the anger vent out without flirting with criminal charges.

Donald MacInnes: Hunter-gatherers do sometimes like to go shopping

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Lockout (15)

Starring: Guy Pearce, Maggie Grace, Peter Stormare

DVD: Texas Killing Fields (15)

Michael Mann's daughter, Ami Canaan, directs this pungent thriller, based on "true events", about three detectives Mike, Brian and Pam (Sam Worthington, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Jessica Chastain) trying to solve a spate of murders in Texas City.

DVD: The Awakening (15)

Rebecca Hall's author, Florence, is a supernatural sceptic who debunks supposedly ghostly happenings in 1921 Britain.

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