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Jack Kerouac's cult novel On the Road, first published in 1957, has sold more than ten million copies but never before been filmed. After watching this Walter Salles-directed adaptation, you begin to understand why. The very term "cult novel" seems to include within it a warning to film-makers: don't go there. And the warning is always ignored.

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Felicity Ward: Prickly about the subject of marriage

Returning to Edinburgh after three years, the Australian TV sketch show star and stand-up, Felicity Ward, is one of the most charismatic performers you're likely to see at the Fringe. Unfortunately, her exuberance sometimes falls into the "gotta sing, gotta dance, gotta act" category.

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Returning to Edinburgh after three years, the established Australian television sketch show star and stand-up Felicity Ward is one of the most charismatic performers you are likely to see at the Fringe this year. Unfortunately, her exuberance sometimes falls into the “gotta sing, gotta dance, gotta act” category.

Live Transmission: Scanner and Heritage Orchestra rework Joy Division, Dome, Brighton

Finally! Thirty-two years to the day that the Joy Division singer Ian Curtis hanged himself in his kitchen comes an event celebrating his musical legacy rather than wallowing in the myth and melodrama of his demise.

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Riley says: 'Movie heaven would be shooting with my missus, in Berlin, and getting paid millions'

My Secret Life: Sam Riley, actor, 31

The household I grew up in... was full – like a zoo. I have two brothers and a little sister, and she had rabbits, and there was a cat, but it was mainly my brothers and I who were the animals.

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Cummins (left) says of Hook: 'He got really angry, saying my band was a joke and I should give our spot to them'

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Sam Riley: From Joy Division to Brighton Rock

He had a breakdown at school before cutting his teeth as Mark E Smith and making his name as Joy Division's Ian Curtis. Now Sam Riley is taking on Brighton Rock's psychotic Pinkie and Jack Kerouac's alter ego

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