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The actor threatened the One Direction star live on television, telling host Conan O’Brien that he wanted to "beat the c**p of him" in a video

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Design in Britain: Building towards the year 2000

New architectural projects are all about satisfying the needs of the community and using surroundings to good effect.

Britain's top nightclubs gripped by buyout fever

MORE than 100 of the country's top nightclubs and bars are set to change hands in a combination of deals worth pounds 350m.

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LA unveils its three inches an hour rail system

AFTER 13 years of corruption scandals, budget overruns and a plethora of construction disasters, Los Angeles at last unveiled the proudest, most expensive part of its much-touted underground rail system this weekend - all four and a half miles of it.

All aboard for the $1bn ride

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Fishing Lines: Paying the price for descent into Disney hell

THE AVERAGE American redneck fisherman, I have discovered, is even more dim than his British counterpart. A sweeping statement maybe, but two shining examples this week have convinced me that when it comes to downright stupidity the Yanks have us totally out-gunned.

Books: Paperbacks Somewhere between Breughel, Bergman and Richard Lester

The death of Stanley Kubrick after finishing Eyes Wide Shut, and the resurrection of Terrence Malick with The Thin Red Line, have swung the spotlight firmly onto the figure of the maverick director. And if there's one contemporary film-maker who defines the auteur theory by managing to air a consistent stylistic and thematic vision within the boundaries of commercial cinema, it's Terry Gilliam. Accordingly, Faber have wheeled out one of their biggest guns to take on the man and his movies: Ian Christie, co-editor of essential film-shelf volume Scorsese on Scorsese, author of Arrows of Desire, the definitive study of Powell and Pressburger, and writer of the BBC centenary of cinema series The Last Machine - presented by Gilliam.

Film: Out of sight, out of mind

Director Steven Soderbergh hit the major box-office league with sex, lies and videotape, then spent the next 10 years making low-budget flops. Why? He'd lost sight of his muse, the Swinging-Sixties director, Richard Lester.
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