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British actor James McAvoy is reportedly first in line to play the lead in a remake of cult 1994 movie The Crow.

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Matthew McConaughey, after his louche turn in Killer Joe, once again excels as an ageing, preening stripper in Steven Soderbergh's lightweight drama.

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"Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane will host the 2013 Oscars ceremony next February in Los Angeles.

MacFarlane is best known for his animated TV shows Family Guy, American Dad and The Cleveland Show.

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Mark Wahlberg is to team up with Jonah Hill for new film 'Good Time Gang'.

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Mark Wahlberg is a boxer who gets an emotional bruising from his family, in a gritty true story that has made Oscar contenders out of its director and supporting cast

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Mark Wahlberg has revealed he got into his last fight when a man attacked his friend in a nightclub.

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Mark Wahlberg and Christian Bale star in a look at the early years of boxer Micky Ward.

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He gives his finest performance yet as the real-life boxer Micky Ward in his new film.

The Diary: English National Ballet; Jasper Joffe; Mark Wahlberg; Stephen Hawking

A dance to the music of hard times

It could be worse but the squeeze is already making itself felt at English National Ballet. "We're taking a 9.6 per cent cut, that's £485,000," says artistic director Wayne Eagling. "Or four weeks of touring. Some of the new repertory will have to be postponed."

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