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Kevin Feige Confirms Charlie Cox Is The MCU's Daredevil

It's hard to deny that a lot of the actors who play our favorite Marvel superheroes are just synonymous with their characters at this point. Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson. Who else would play those roles? In the same way, actor Charlie Cox has also become known for his turn as Matt Murdock, AKA the tortured, strong, and religiously inclined Hell's Kitchen hero known as Daredevil — and though Cox has yet to show up in the MCU, it appears Marvel boss Kevin Feige is interested ...
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French police break up camp where Channel tragedy victims stayed

Shelters outside Dunkirk used by the 27 who died at sea dismantled in latest attempt to disperse refugeesArmed French police have broken up a makeshift migrant camp outside Dunkirk where the 27 people who died at sea last week stayed before they drowned in the Channel.The basic site, by a canal outside the Grand-Smythe suburb, had no toilets or running water, but was nevertheless used by several hundred people, mostly Kurds from Iraq or Iran, hoping to travel illegally to the UK. Continue readin...
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Goods shipped directly from Ireland to EU up by 50% in six months

Exporters move away from traditional Dublin to Britain routes to avoid Brexit red tapeVolumes of goods shipped directly from Ireland to the EU on new Brexit-busting ferry routes have rocketed by 50% in the past six months as exporters seek to avoid travelling across land through Great Britain, according to official data.Figures published by the Irish Maritime Development Office (IMDO) show significant traffic diverted away from the traditional routes between Dublin and Britain to some of 32 new ...
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‘He’s missing’: anxious wait in Calais camps for news on Channel victims

In northern France, friends and relatives of those who died in the tragic crossing on Wednesday are desperate for answersOn Saturday Gharib Ahmed spent five hours outside the police station in Calais, desperately waiting for news. “It was so cold. There was no answer,” he said. Ahmed was seeking confirmation that his brother-in-law Twana Mamand was one of 27 people who died in the Channel on Wednesday after the flimsy dinghy taking them to the UK sank. “I want to see his body. I have to understa...
Tags: Europe, UK, London, France, UK News, World news, Immigration and asylum, Migration, Refugees, Calais, Ahmed, Dunkirk, Gharib Ahmed, Twana Mamand, Twana, Kale Mamand


Camped in Calais, Migrants Renew Resolve to Try for England

At the makeshift camps near Calais and Dunkirk, migrants are digging in, waiting for their chance to make a dash across the English Channel despite the deaths of at least 27 people this week when their boat sank a few miles (kilometers) from the French coast.
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I crossed the Channel in a small boat. This is what it's like – video

Ali, 28, left his home in Iran to escape religious persecution. After being denied asylum in France, he made the decision to cross the Channel in a dinghy. He told the Guardian's Today in Focus podcast about his experience making the perilous crossing twice, in search of a better life‘I come, or I die’: fatalistic refugees say Channel crossing their only option‘I’ll try to get across’: people camped out in Dunkirk still hope to reach UKToday in Focus: A tragedy in the Channel – listen Continue r...
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‘He didn’t come back’: the grim camps from where refugees set off for UK

In transient tent towns near Dunkirk people disappear and no one knows if they made it safely across the Channel For four days this week Karwan Tahir shared a tent in the woods around Dunkirk with a young man named Karim. In the early hours of Wednesday morning Karim set off for the UK – a journey in darkness to the nearby beach, and from there into the vast and uncertain Channel in a flimsy dinghy.“I don’t know if he made it or if he drowned,” Tahir said on Friday, showing off the living space ...
Tags: Europe, UK, France, UK News, Immigration and asylum, Refugees, Kurdistan, Dunkirk, Karim, Tahir, Karwan Tahir


‘I’ll try to get across’: people camped out in Dunkirk still hope to reach UK

News of Channel deaths has reached camp, but many still plan to pay people smugglers huge amounts in hope of a better lifeEverybody at the camp on the outskirts of Dunkirk, little more than a scrappy collection of tents with no toilets or running water, has heard about the 27 people who drowned on Wednesday.Everybody knows the risks. But everybody says they still have the same plan, to try to get on a boat to the UK, because they do not believe that death will come to them – and because of their...
Tags: Europe, UK, France, UK News, Immigration and asylum, Migration, Refugees, Dunkirk, News of Channel


French Police Evacuate Migrants From Makeshift Camp

French police have evacuated migrants from a makeshift camp near Dunkirk, in northern France, where at least 1,500 people had gathered in hopes of making it across the English Channel to Britain.
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France clears Dunkirk migrant camp amid UK tensions

About 1,500 people are evacuated near Dunkirk, as the UK and France vow to tackle illegal migration.
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French Police Evacuates Migrants From Makeshift Camp

French police have evacuated migrants from a makeshift camp near Dunkirk, in northern France, where at least 1,500 people have gathered in hopes of making it across the English Channel to Britain.
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UK using France as ‘punchbag’ for migrant crisis, says minister

Gérald Darmanin accuses Britain of inaction as he prepares for talks with Priti PatelFrance’s interior minister has fired another shot in the cross-Channel row over migrants hours before meeting the British home secretary, Priti Patel, in Paris, blaming the British government for the crisis and saying the UK needs to sort out its labour market.Talking about the situation in the French port of Calais and Dunkirk, on France’s northern coastline from where thousands of migrants are waiting to make ...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, France, UK News, World news, Immigration and asylum, Britain, Foreign Policy, Migration, Paris, Global development, Calais, Dunkirk, Migration And Development, Priti Patel


The Best Keira Knightley Movies Ranked

Keira Knightley is the queen of the past — she is probably the one name most associated with period films over the last 20 years. In fact, it's easy to forget that Knightley is only 36, as she has both been acting for so long and also played brides in two movies ("Love Actually" and "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl") while still aged just 17. While historical films, especially romantic ones, are very much Knightley's specialty, she has broken out into contemporary-set film...
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Munich: The Edge Of War: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)One might be inclined to think that every possible facet of World War II has been covered exhaustively in our entertainment to this point. Steven Spielberg, of course, depicted the events of D-Day to horrific detail in "Saving Private Ryan" while Quentin Tarantino famously put his own stamp on the subject with "Inglourious Baster...
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Chloe Zhao Pitched That Eternals Credits Character Reveal With The Actor Already In Mind

Chloe Zhao was tapped to helm Marvel's "Eternals" weeks before she began production on "Nomadland," the film that would win her an Academy Award. The director behind the tender 2017 Western "The Rider" won acclaim when that film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, and the buzz followed through on her next projects. So from the onset, we knew the significance of Zhao's involvement. Sure enough, she created a wildly ambitious and thoroughly divisive Marvel film, where cosmic madness and intimat...
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Eternals Star Barry Keoghan Says Druig Could Beat Thanos, And Those Are Fighting Words

The Eternals have been around since before Thanos was born, and at least one of them thinks he could wipe the floor with the Mad Titan. Barry Keoghan plays Druig in "Eternals," the 26th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in theaters now. Druig is 7,000 years old and he has mind control powers, but he wouldn't need them to defeat Thanos, as far as Keoghan is concerned.In an interview with ComicBook.com during the press junket for "Eternals," Keoghan all but issued a challenge to Josh Brolin h...
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Upcoming Matt Damon Movies To Keep On Your Radar

(Welcome to On Your Radar, a series where we take a look at what's next for the biggest actors and filmmakers, and why you should be excited...or not.)An Oscar-winning writer, an action film star, some guy who bought a zoo — Matt Damon has been many things and worn many hats (literal and figurative) since he started acting in movies and television in the late 1980s. Much like his bestie, Ben Affleck, Damon has seen his ups and downs and, on more than one occasion, been guilty of putting his foot...
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Migrant attempting to reach the UK feared dead in Channel crossing

Suspected death happened after small boat capsized near Dunkirk while several people were rescuedAnother person is believed to have died attempting to reach the UK across the English Channel, government sources have said.The French authorities told UK officials on Wednesday that the latest suspected death happened after a small boat capsized near Dunkirk. Several other people were rescued. Continue reading...
Tags: UK, France, UK News, Immigration and asylum, Home Office, Dunkirk, Priti Patel


Denis Villeneuve Thinks Christopher Nolan Is A 'Master,' Doesn't Consider Himself On That Level

Christopher Nolan was arguably the quintessential filmmaker of the 2000s, but if there's any filmmaker who could give him a run for his money in the 2010s and 2020s, it's "Dune" director Denis Villeneuve. With thrillers and sci-fi epics like "Prisoners," "Enemy," "Sicario," "Arrival," and "Blade Runner," Villeneuve has established himself as one of the most exciting new auteurs to come along in the last decade or so. However, while fans might enjoy debating the merits of Villeneuve versus Nolan,...
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Memento Ending Explained: Explained Ending Memento

Much like M. Night Shyamalan has doomed himself as forever Hollywood's twist-ending guy, Christopher Nolan has steadily become the crank who just can't stop himself tinkering with time.I know this will upset a lot of Nolan fans, but his dedication to exploring this theme has become increasingly tiresome. What did the ponderous triple timescale in "Dunkirk" do other than make us take a step back from the drama and ask "why?" And don't even get me started on "Tenet." If you want a one-word review ...
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The 14 Greatest War Movies Of The 21st Century

The war movie has been around as long as movies themselves, and they make for an important historical document. Comparing WWII movies made during or just after that war with ones made 50 to 70 years later, with the benefit of hindsight, is a fascinating exercise. While the Second World War does dominate the war movies that are made to this day, lesser-known conflicts around the world and throughout history also make for compelling subjects. Hardly any of the war movies mentioned here feature big...
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Cillian Murphy To Star In Christopher Nolan's Next Movie Oppenheimer, Will Open In 2023

Some big news in regards to Christopher Nolan, the filmmaker behind "The Dark Knight" and "Inception." Nolan's upcoming movie -- which will be about Robert Oppenheimer, the man chiefly responsible for creating the atom bomb -- has found its leading man in none other than Cillian Murphy. Moreover, the movie now has an official title and release date.According to The Hollywood Reporter, Universal Pictures has revealed that the film will be titled, rather appropriately, "Oppenheimer," and it iss no...
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Quentin Tarantino Gives a Tour of Video Archives, the Store Where He Worked Before Becoming a Filmmaker

When Quentin Tarantino hit it big in the 1990s with Reservoir Dogs, and then much bigger with Pulp Fiction, he became known as the auteur who’d received his film education by working as a video-store clerk. But like much Hollywood hype, that story wasn’t quite true. “No, I was already a movie expert,” says the man himself in a clip from the 1994 BBC documentary Quentin Tarantino: Hollywood’s Boy Wonder. “That’s how I got hired at Video Archives.” Located in the South Bay — a comparativel...
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The 15 Worst Sci-Fi Movies Of The 21st Century (So Far)

Science fiction pushes our imaginations beyond reality, but creating it is like "The Matrix" -- sci-fi stories only work if we're plugged in for the ride. Anything that ruins the illusion breaks the architecture, and there's no colorful pill that we can take to recover.Bad science fiction can mistake what it means to tell an epic tale, bloating itself with unneeded characters, haphazard worldbuilding, and incoherent plots. Without consistent internal logic, victories feel unearned, while the aud...
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Operation Mincemeat First Look: Netflix's Film Sounds Like Weekend At Bernie's Meets WWII

I know what you might be thinking. "Ugh, another stuffy World War II movie?" If you've seen one, you've seen them all, amIright? There's nothing new under the sun, modern filmmaking is dying from a lack of creativity, etc. Well, I'm here to tell you that this well hasn't completely run dry just yet. Netflix has acquired the rights to a new film based on the shockingly true story of one of the most incredible events to take place during the war. Titled "Operation Mincemeat," the streaming service...
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The 12 Best Tom Hardy Movies Ranked

Tom Hardy is one of the most popular actors working today, and with good reason: He's also one of the best. Hardy is known for innovation and originality -- whether he's masking his face, trying out a new voice, physically transforming his appearance, or navigating between different genres, Hardy takes chances that his contemporaries simply don't.Hardy first made an impact in two intense war projects: "Band of Brothers" and "Black Hawk Down." Among large ensembles, Hardy's originality stood out,...
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Quentin Tarantino Reviews Movies: From Dunkirk and King of New York, to Soul Brothers of Kung Fu & More

Some of the most influential directors of the French New Wave, like Jean-Luc Godard, François Truffaut, and Éric Rohmer, first stepped into the world of film as critics. They found their voices by publishing in the Paris cinephile institution of Cahiers du cinéma; a few decades later, Quentin Tarantino found his own by working at the Manhattan Beach cinephile institution of Video Archives. Stories of all the myriad ways in which he would express his enthusiasm for and expertise on cinema...
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Other Ryan Reynolds Movies You Should Watch After Free Guy

2021 is the year of deja vu. It has conquered our airwaves; it has twisted our headlines; and it has massively entrenched itself in multiplexes, where last year's movies are current entertainment. A relief? Sure. Numbing? That too. It's hard to shake the sense that we've already seen everything that theaters have to offer, given that we got our first glimpses of "Black Widow" and "F9" more than a year a half ago. So, in this strange season, what does it take to renew a moviegoer's excitement? Ho...
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Don't Worry, Quentin Tarantino Didn't Understand Tenet Either

Christopher Nolan's "Tenet" was big, ambitious, and also kind of confusing. It didn't help that the sound was mixed in such a way that it was difficult to understand what the heck everyone was saying. If you were perplexed by Nolan's time-bending action pic, don't fret – you're in good company. During a recent podcast appearance, Quentin Tarantino revealed that the film confused him and that he would probably be better served by checking it out again. Just call him Quentenet Tenetino! Or don't! ...
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Don't Worry Darling: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)There is much mystery surrounding Olivia Wilde's sophomore feature "Don't Worry Darling," but if you're asking me, I'd say that makes the anticipation all the sweeter.Fans got a glimpse into the world of the film — which, going in the completely opposite direction from Wilde's 2019 directorial debut, "Booksmart," is a psychologic...
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