Vanessa Hudgens steps out for an intimate dinner date with... Bad Boys 4 'already in the works with Will Smith and Martin... Vanessa Hudgens gets real about working abroad after her... Vanessa Hudgens promotes Bad Boys For Life in leopard print... … [Read more...] about Kyle Kuzma steps out solo following intimate date with newly single Vanessa Hudgens in New York
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'We have explored options and there is not an avenue in NCAA basketball to appeal results once a game has concluded. While the result of the game is not what we believe is correct, we also realize that human error is a part of athletics and officiating is a difficult task. … [Read more...] about Tiny Minnesota college men’s basketball team loses heart-breaker after referees rob them of a perfect 0.2 SECOND buzzer-beating tip-in
In Turner’s painting Apollo and Python in Tate Britain, the ancient Greek god Apollo has just slain a horrific serpentine monster. Turner surrounds Apollo with golden light. He is the embodiment of reason and – literally – enlightenment. The monster Python lies tangled in the branches of devastated trees, its viscera spewing out. Its jaws are almost invisible in the darkness that envelops this part of the picture. Looking into that gloom, you start to notice something disturbing. There are other monsters in the dark. A glittering eye, a gruesome set of fangs glisten in the shadows. Python is dead, but unreason lives on. More monsters are creeping forward to threaten all that is good. … [Read more...] about The real Mr Turner: has Mike Leigh’s film got its man?
Von Trier's offending words came in response to a question about his German roots. Seemingly joking, Von Trier announced himself to be a Nazi, after expressing sadness that he hadn't been born Jewish. As the atmosphere became increasingly tense, and Melancholia stars such as Kirsten Dunst sought to staunch his flow, Von Trier continued: "What can I say? I understand Hitler. He did some wrong things, absolutely, but I can see him sitting there in his bunker at the end ... I sympathise with him, yes, a little bit." … [Read more...] about Cannes film festival bans Lars von Trier
In his memoir, Black Gold of the Sun, the Ghanaian writer Ekow Eshun writes of his love of comic books, speculating that African children of the diaspora have a unique affinity with superheroes. It is a sense of belonging elsewhere, a longing for a special power that will both set them apart from the society they live in and ensure them admiration and acceptance. His memoir evokes a particular African childhood that inspired me to think of my own – as influenced by a fictional Empire as it was by political turmoil. I devoured it, along with Binyavanga Wainaina’s One Day I Will Write About This Place and Aminatta Forna’s The Devil That Danced on the Water. Yet I wanted more: more stories about the events – big and small – that form my continent’s recent past and present. … [Read more...] about Ellah Wakatama Allfrey: writers need new ways of talking about Africa’s past and present