Kirsten Dunst infuriated by 'ignorant' tweet

Kirsten Dunst infuriated by 'ignorant' tweet

Kirsten Dunst has opened up about feeling frustrated that she is never recognised in the industry saying that she feels like a nobody
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Sarah Jessica Parker 'freaked out' by fans grabbing her for selfies

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Jon Favreau addresses criticism of Marvel movies

Jon Favreau addresses criticism of Marvel movies

'Iron Man' director Jon Favreau has responded to criticism of the Marvel movies.
Selena Gomez wants people to 'feel hope' with empowering single 'Lose You To Love Me'

Selena Gomez wants people to 'feel hope' with empowering single 'Lose You To Love Me'

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6 Ways to Balance Your Work Life With Your Home Life

6 Ways to Balance Your Work Life With Your Home Life

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Johnny Depp ordered to hand over medical records in Amber Heard defamation case

Johnny Depp ordered to hand over medical records in Amber Heard defamation case

Johnny Depp has been ordered to hand over medical records relating to his drug and alcohol use, in his ongoing defamation case against his ex wife Amber Heard.
Ozone Hole Shrinks to Smallest Size On Record

Ozone Hole Shrinks to Smallest Size On Record

The shrinkage has been attributed to unusually warm temperatures high above Antarctica.
Excessive Brain Activity Is Linked to Shorter Life Span in New Study

Excessive Brain Activity Is Linked to Shorter Life Span in New Study

Published in 'Nature' magazine, the study was conducted by researchers at Harvard Medical School Researchers compared donated brain tissue of those who lived unusually long lives to those who died in their 60s and 70s.