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‘Feminist icon’ Miss Marple returns in 12 new authorised mystery stories | Books

Authors of a new collection of stories featuring one of Agatha Christie’s most beloved creations, Miss Marple, have described the character as a “feminist icon” and “one of the great unsung heroines of literature”.The collection, titled Marple, marks the first time anyone other than Christie has written “official” (as recognised by the Christie estate) Miss Marple stories. The 12 women who contributed to the collection include award-winning crime writers Val McDermid and Dreda Say Mitchell, historical novelist Kate Mosse,…

Zac Efron ‘Almost Died’ After Smashing His Jaw And Chin

Zac Efron recently revealed that he ‘almost died’ after smashing his jaw and chin in an accident at home after revealing the truth behind the plastic surgery rumours which circulated last year. High School Musical film series actor details his recent shocking revelation and once again addressed the cosmetic procedure rumours in a recent interview with ET. The actor said of the plastic surgery rumours, “My mom told me. I never really read the internet, so, I don’t really care.” Zac, who was at the Toronto International…

An Incendiary True-Life Tale Holds the Streaming Charts Hostage

via Bleecker Street Hard-hitting dramas based on or inspired by true-life events can often be a difficult watch, but at the end of the day cinema is supposed to entertain. It’s a curious juxtaposition, then, but one that this year’s Breaking pulled off with aplomb, thanks largely to another phenomenal performance from John Boyega in the lead role. The actor headlines co-writer and director Abi Damaris Corbin’s feature as Brian Brown-Easley, a Marine Corps veteran who finds himself enduring some serious…

Review: The Middle – A Story of Love, Life and Laughter by Nayana Goradia

An evocative collection of reflections first published as “middles” – those once ubiquitous “light” pieces nestled at the centre of the editorial page to provide relief from the political opinions -- in the newspapers of 1960s India, Nayana Goradia’s The Middle - A Story of Love, Life and Laughter sketches a far more genteel era than the present. The over 100 middles written at a time when social capital and credentials were overtly acknowledged also outline a world in flux where the colonial hangover endured even as…

‘The Kang Dynasty’ Taking Shape Has Fans Debating ‘Secret Wars’

Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney Even though the two epic Marvel Cinematic Universe installments are releasing only six months apart in May and November of 2025, Avengers: The Kang Dynasty appears to be moving a lot faster through development than immediate successor Secret Wars. It’s been almost two months since Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings director Destin Daniel Cretton was revealed as the man stepping behind the camera to reunite Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, while just yesterday it was…

A Visible Man by Edward Enninful review – the long road to Vogue | Biography books

Edward Enninful’s memoir gives the impression of someone in perpetual motion. He has, after all, made the journey from refugee to the hallowed offices of Condé Nast, becoming the editor-in-chief who brought true diversity to the pages of British Vogue. Make it past the preface, notable for the number of names dropped in one particularly glitzy passage, and you’ll find a text more intimate in tone and easier to relate to, emotionally at least.The story begins with his middle-class childhood in 1980s Ghana. We’re given…

History Buffs Heap Praise on a Beloved and Brutal Epic That Never Got Its Due

via Sony Everyone knows that Ridley Scott’s Gladiator single-handedly revived the historical epic after the blockbuster swords-and-sandals tale went on to score rave reviews and land $460 million at the box office, before ultimately winning five Academy Awards from 12 nominations, including Best Picture and Best Actor. Roland Emmerich’s The Patriot faced the misfortune of releasing just eight weeks later, and as a result it ended up being caught in the wake of Russell Crowe’s vengeful Maximus. It was nowhere…

A Movie So Bonkers That It’s Awesome Snarls at the Streaming Top 10

via Universal Idris Elba admitted not too long ago that recent action thriller Beast may have been misleadingly marketed, with much of the campaign built off the back of the promise we’d be seeing the actor fight a lion. While that wasn’t 100 percent accurate, he did square off with the king of the jungle a couple of times, so it’s not as if the film could be accused of pulling the wool over our eyes in the same way as Joe Carnahan’s The Grey, in which Liam Neeson definitely did not punch a wolf with glass…

Kim Kardashian Is Not Looking New Beau After Pete Davidson Split

Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson recently parted ways and the reality star gets candid about her dating life during her latest appearance on The Late Late Show. Although she confirmed that she is ‘happily single’ following her split from Pete Davidson, Kim insisted that she’s not in the search of a new beau. When asked, how she navigates the dating scene as a high-profile celebrity, Kim shared, “I haven’t really thought about it. Cuz I just am not looking.” She continued: ‘I just want to chill for a bit. I think I need…

Deadpool Creator Promises the Threequel Will Be ‘A Monster’

via 20th Century Fox San Diego Comic-Con and D23 both came and went without a hint of Deadpool 3, something that left fans of the Merc with a Mouth understandably frustrated. There’s a star, a director, and a writing team in place, but that’s been the case for a while now, with no new information having emerged for quite some time. Needless to say, the longer the wait goes on, the more irritated Wade Wilson supporters are going to become, especially when it’s already been close to four and a half years since…