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Protests growing against Dorchester Collection over 'stone the gays' and anti-women laws

Jennifer Lawrence and David O Russell could be collaborating again on a biopic about the life of US single mum turned entrepreneur Joy Mangano

Jennifer Lawrence tipped for lead role in David O Russell 'girl power' biopic

The director wants Lawrence to play Miracle Mop inventor Joy Mangano

Bruce Broughton's song 'Alone Yet Not Alone' has been rejected by the Academy's Board of Governors after inappropriate campaigning saw it make the Oscar nominees shortlist

Oscars campaigning scandal sees Best Original Song nominee eliminated

The Academy has disqualified Bruce Broughton's song 'Alone Yet Not Alone'

The News Matrix: Tuesday 28 January 2014

Teachers at free school to strike

Philomena Lee in Dublin at the launch of the Philomena Project, a campaign to open up Irish adoption records

Philomena Lee's tragic tale was made into a film starring Judi Dench - but her battle continues

Philomena Lee, the subject of an Oscar-nominated film, launches project to help find children who were forcibly adopted

Jonah Hill and Leonardo DiCaprio in 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

Wolf of Wall Street's Jonah Hill accepted just $60,000 to star as Donnie

The actor said he was motivated by the part and not the money

The Wolf of Wall Street tops UK box office

Martin Scorsese's latest film knocks '12 Years A Slave' off the top spot

Japanese fishermen transporting slaughtered dolphins in Taiji harbour; the water of the cove is red with the blood of dead animals. Locals brand criticism of the cull 'cultural imperialism'

Taiji Cove dolphins: This slaughter must stop

Those of us who are sickened by what’s happening can be part of the solution

The News Matrix: Tuesday 21 January 2014

UN withdraws Iran’s invitation to talks

Mark Gill is now preparing his first feature film

Mark Gill: The other Brit going to the Oscars – a DIY film-maker who took on god with a little help from Kevin Spacey

A young director who broke all the rules is striking a blow for the North-west

Oscars season is upon us, let the free advertising campaigns commence

In exchange for glamour, TV gives Hollywood carte blanche to market itself mercilessly

Taiji Cove: 250 bottlenose dolphins await slaughter or captivity as selection begins

Conservationists warn the captive selection process will begin again tomorrow

What's a girl like you doing in a space like this? 'Gravity' has been nominated for an Oscar

Oscar nominations: What makes a movie most likely to be nominated for an Academy Award?

It's all in the maths, say two professors, who have an algorithm to prove it

Anne Hathaway was cast as the quirky troubled Tiffany before American Hustle star Lawrence

Anne Hathaway was cast as the lead in Silver Linings Playbook before Oscar-winning Jennifer Lawrence

The Les Miserables star left the film because of 'creative differences'

American Hustle actors Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence. The film won best motion picture (comedy or musical)

Golden Globes 2014: American Hustle and 12 Years A Slave win Best Picture awards

McQueen's '12 Years A Slave' picked up one award despite seven nominations

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