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The Tate has removed more than 30 prints by the artist Graham Ovenden from its online collection and will not show any of his works at its galleries following his conviction for a string of child sex offences.

Stephen Fry is to co-star with Rupert Grint in a new CBS pilot

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Actress Emma Watson has turned down the role of Cinderella in Kenneth Branagh's new film

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Goodbye Kansas: James Franco charms the locals in Oz the Great and Powerful

Oz the Great and Powerful stomps all over Jack the Giant Slayer to take $40 million on its debut weekend

Oz the Great and Powerful clearly cast a spell over cinema-goers this weekend.

The Sundance Film Festival is taking place in Park City, Utah

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A prestigious Hollywood agency has had to apologise after a lewder-than-expected party at the Sundance Film Festival shocked its guests.

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1 Croissant.

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Dickens tops chart as classic tales remain a hit with parents

A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens' 1843 classic in which the stingy Ebenezer Scrooge discovers the generous Christmas spirit, is the book parents most want to pass on to their children, according to a new poll.

Death or glory: Chris Hemsworth (Thor) and Chris Evans (Steve Rogers/Captain America) in ‘Avengers Assemble’

The Avengers film takes $1 billion worldwide in first 19 days

The Avengers movie has topped the American box office for the second week in a row, taking $1 billion in its first 19 days.

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