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"To stay in a caravan. To meet Take That. To go to Cadbury World and eat loads of chocolate." Since Alice Pyne from Cumbria – 16 years old and dying from Hodgkin's lymphoma – published a "bucket list" online almost six months ago, almost all her wishes have come true.

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"To stay in a caravan. To meet Take That. To go to Cadbury World and eat loads of chocolate." When 16-year-old and terminally ill Alice Pyne from Cumbria, published a "bucket list" on line almost six months ago, it caught the nation's attention, and almost all her wishes came true overnight.

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David Brown: Film and theatre producer who worked with Spielberg and Altman

After David Brown formed an independent production company with Richard Zanuck in 1972, they were responsible for two of the biggest money-making movies, The Sting (1973), which won seven Oscars including Best Film, and Jaws (1975), directed by their protégé, Stephen Spielberg. Brown and Zanuck had been ousted from executive positions at 20th Century-Fox, where Richard's father, Darryl F. Zanuck, had been studio head. They later dissolved their partnership, but still teamed up occasionally, their later films including Robert Altman's 1992 satire of Hollywood, The Player.

Clint Eastwood: The good, the bad and the rugby

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Morgan Freeman has joked that he did not like working with his Invictus co-star Matt Damon.

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