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King Arthur Pendragon changed his name by deed poll after he was told that he embodied the legendary monarch's spirit

Druids take up arms over display of bones at Stonehenge

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Tom Hardy and Emilia Clarke tipped for lead roles in Terminator 5

Casting for the fifth installment of the sci-fi franchise is set to begin this week

50 Cent aka Curtis Jackson has been arrested for allegedly attacking his ex-girlfriend and vandalising her home

50 Cent arrested after girlfriend claims he attacked her and vandalised LA home

Rapper 50 Cent has been charged with attacking his ex-girlfriend, believed to be the mother of his baby, and trashing her Los Angeles home.

Cameron has said that his inspiration for The Terminator lay in a single image that arrived in his mind one day, a vision of a metal skeleton walking from a blazing inferno. This scene comes late in the movie, and from this point the rest of the movie is backwards-engineered.

Terminator will be back in 2015: First of rebooted trilogy starring Arnold Schwarzenegger slated for release

The Terminator franchise will be back in 2015 with the first instalment of the rebooted trilogy.

Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed he will star in Terminator 5

I said I'd be back: Arnold Schwarzenegger confirms he will star in Terminator 5

Arnold Schwarzenegger has confirmed he will be back to star in the next Terminator film.

Steven Spielberg and Ang Lee at Cannes

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Some may have expected fireworks between two contenders for this year’s best director Oscar who also meet on the Cannes Film Festival jury, but Steven Spielberg insists there are no hard feelings at losing out to fellow juror Ang Lee this year.

Joe Weider: Bodybuilder who discovered Arnold Schwarzenegger

Joe Weider, who died on 23 March at the age of 93, was a legendary figure in bodybuilding who helped popularise the sport worldwide and played a key role in introducing a charismatic young weightlifter named Arnold Schwarzenegger to the world.

Bath Literature Festival: Master storytellers - why some politicians can make us believe

Boris Johnson was the perfect example of a modern politician because he “excelled at telling a leadership story” even if he didn’t do much in the way of actual leadership, Gavin Esler has told the Bath Literature Festival.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger: It's great to be back acting

Hollywood action star Arnold Schwarzenegger revealed it is "great" to be back - as he returns with a vengeance on the big screen.

Arnold Schwarzenegger in The Last Stand

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Arnold Schwarzenegger doesn't think there's a parallel between film and real-world gun violence.

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