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Sally Hawkins (above) has been nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a strong year for British talent

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Unnamed couple claim they were filmed for a year by series producer Love Productions but were cut from episodes because they were employed

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Kristen Stewart: The new (long) face of Chanel

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Actress said her signing up to the film came with a disclaimer

Christopher Nolan's Batman series (Heath Ledger's Joker, pictured) features dark themes and characters that are not aimed at children

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The BBFC's former chief, Andreas Whittam-Smith, reveals the process behind protecting children from sex and violence

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David O Russell apologises for comparing Jennifer Lawrence's filming schedule to 'slavery'

The American Hustle director said the actress is kept on a 'hamster wheel'

Jonny Benjamin has launched the 'Finding Mike' campaign to track down the man who saved his life

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A man who was stopped from jumping off a bridge by a stranger more than half a decade ago has now launched a campaign to find the man who saved his life.  

New York critic Armond White, known for his contrarian film reviews, has left the Critics Circle

Armond White voted out of the New York Critics Circle for heckling Steve McQueen

The critic called the director a 'garbage man' at an awards ceremony last week

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