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Kidman slams adoption talk

Nicole Kidman's people have shot down rumours that the star is looking to adopt again.

Mandy attack: 'Green slime on his face? I thought he was leaking'

Lord Mandelson was spattered with dyed custard last week. He managed to respond with more aplomb than fellow protest victims

Pandora: I was nervous, says Rourke of Bafta gaffe

Mickey Rourke has offered an explanation to organisers for his expletitive-laden speech at the Baftas on Sunday.

Richard Ingrams’s Week: Scapegoat for the banking crisis? Look no further

The convenient scapegoat for the collapse of Britain's banks has emerged in the person of the former chief executive of Royal Bank of Scotland, Sir Fred Goodwin. He has all the best kinds of qualifications for a scape-goat,being not only extremely rich but arrogant, overbearing and fond of sacking his employees in large numbers – in other words, not just incompetent but unpleasant with it.

Tom Cruise is in control

The Hollywood actor has suffered a critical backlash since his sofa-hopping declaration of love for Katie Holmes and espousal of Scientology. Now he's back with a true-life Nazi thriller. Gaynor Flynn meets him

Ross apologises again as BBC ban ends

Jonathan Ross marked his return to television today by repeating his apology for the Andrew Sachs scandal.

Why cinema can't get enough of the Nazis

Valkyrie, Inglourious Basterds, Defiance, The Reader – more than six decades on, the Second World War is still taking Hollywood by storm. Why? It's got more to do with the modern psyche than history, argues Geoffrey Macnab

Tom Cruise and the world of 'E-meter'-wielding Scientologists

When Ian Halperin went undercover to investigate the lives of struggling actors in Hollywood, he soon found himself in a world of 'E-meter'-wielding Scientologists...

Two die as Top Gun pilot crashes into San Diego suburbs

A US F-18 military jet crashed into a San Diego suburban neighbourhood yesterday, killing two people on the ground, while attempting to land at Miramar Marine Corps Air Station.

Nicole Kidman: 'I've been through a lot in my life'

Her career has arced from gauche newcomer and Tom Cruise's wife to stardom in her own right. Now, the Baz Luhrmann epic Australia is a spectacular homecoming for the actress. She talks to Elaine Lipworth

<a href="http://blogs.independent.co.uk/independent/2008/10/open-air-cremat.html">Minority Report: Open air cremations, a seriously hot potato</a>

On Tuesday we published a report about how a 69-year-old Hindu "guru" from Newcastle is launching a High Court battle next month to try and enshrine in law the right to cremate bodies in the open.

<a href="http://blogs.independent.co.uk/independent/2008/10/sikh-and-muslim.html">Minority Report: Freshers week 'seduction website' angers Sikhs</a>

Sikhs have angrily condemned a website (left) which appears to be run by young male Muslims and boasts about seducing Sikh women during freshers week at university.

First night: Rain Man, Apollo Theatre, London

Film star fails to shine in dull stage performance

<a href="http://blogs.independent.co.uk/independent/minority_report/index.html" target="_blank">Minority Report: Has Ian Blair shot himself in the foot?</a>

So the Metropolitan Police Commissioner has finally succeeded in forcing out his increasingly troublesome nemesis and No 3 Tarique Ghaffur (the pair are pictured together in 2005).

<a href="http://blogs.independent.co.uk/independent/minority_report/index.html" target="_blank">Minority Report: Is there really any animosity between Britain's Sikhs and Muslims?</a>

In the past few days two reports have highlighted what may indicate rising tensions between Britain's Sikh and Muslim communities and if they are correct should we be worried?

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