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Photos posted to pair’s Twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts appear to be first confirmation couple are dating

James Franco and Seth Rogen parody Kanye West and Kim Kardashian in 'Bound 3'

James Franco and Seth Rogen parody Kanye West and Kim Kardashian in 'Bound 2' spoof video

The actors produced the 'epic' video while shooting new film The Interview

Brittany Murphy's father is pushing for the inquiry into her death to be re-opened after heavy metals were found in her tissue samples

Brittany Murphy cause of death: Toxicology tests suggest star may have been poisoned 'with criminal intent'

High levels of ten heavy metals were detected in the actress' tissue samples

Ben Ainslie in San Francisco at the America's Cup

America's Cup comeback: Ben Ainslie helps Oracle Team USA draw level with New Zealand challenger in San Francisco

As comebacks go, this is worthy of the best scriptwriters down the coast in tinsel town

Simon Read: Bailiffs are an upsetting and costly way to collect late debts

I make no apologies for returning to the subject of bailiffs this week. But I will apologise for any suggestion in my column last week that all bailiffs are unscrupulous bullies who are happy to lie their way into people's homes and help themselves to people's treasured possessions.

Screen Talk: Gainsbourg will look fine in 3D

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Former EastEnder Michelle Collins to exit Coronation Street next year

Scriptwriters planning 'a memorable departure' for Rovers Return landlady Stella Price

DVD: Spring Breakers

Harmony Korine's gonzo beach-party drama may be short of logic, characterisation, and anything coherent to say, but it's still fascinating – and not just because its four starlets spend the entire film wearing dayglo bikinis.

Film review: The Kings of Summer (15)

It's a coming-of-age movie, though not quite as we know it. Best friends Joe (Nick Robinson) and Patrick (Gabriel Basso) are 15 years old and fed up with their parents. Patrick's are invasively friendly, while Joe's widowed father has withdrawn into unreachable, sarcastic gruffness.

Strange fiction: an extract from the Scarfolk Council archives as imagined by Richard Littler

How to wash a child's brain: Designer Richard Littler creates fictional world based on terrifying public service films

Somewhere in the north-west of England a town stuck in a hellish vision of the 1970s

Review: Into the Woods, By John Yorke

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Michael Jackson's son Prince Jackson, who has been hired as a reporter on Entertainment Tonight

Michael Jackson's teenage son Prince hired as TV reporter for Entertainment Tonight

Michael Jackson’s 16-year-old son has been hired as a reporter for American TV channel Entertainment Tonight.

Sidse Babett Knudsen, centre, as Denmark’s PM Birgitte Nyborg Christensen, with Danish soldiers in Afghanistan

First Night: Borgen, BBC4

New series of Borgen - the Scandinavian political drama - presses British buttons

Sam Mendes could make Bond film return

Filmmaker Sam Mendes could return for a further Bond movie following the box-office success of his 007 debut Skyfall.

Mumford & Sons team up with Idris Elba for music video

Golden Globe-winning actor Idris Elba has made his directorial debut with global folk sensation Mumford & Sons.

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