"I compose in my sleep, you know?"
Alexandre Desplat, Hollywood’s go-to composer, is picky about directors, but when Angelina Jolie called he had to say oui. (NI) action press
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"I think we all make choices over the course of our lifetimes that we either regret or we don’t regret but would seem morally flawed. We’re humans, we’re not saints."
Joshua Jackson about feeling old sometimes, building a house, his new TV series "The Affair" and looking back at "Dawson's Creek". (AD) Action Press
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"I needed to grow up and London was a better place to do that than anywhere else."
The former child star has been more famous for her run-ins with the police and the media than anything else in recent years, but a move to the UK and a London stage debut changed all that. (GO) Camera Press
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"Marriage is sacred. When you’ve found your twin flame, it’s important to honour it and nurture it every day."
The musician talks about his charismatic father and how being abused by a friend of his parents led to a long estrangement from his mother. (GO) Action Press
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"There’s that constant fight between being myself, and then being a toned-down version of myself."
The Game Of Thrones star on cyberbullies and the fame game. At 12, the Bristol schoolgirl landed the role of Arya – and soon found herself juggling ordinary teenage life with online abuse and a growing fanbase. (GO) Camera Press
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"If friends come around for dinner, we might surprise them with our tasty bug burgers, which are made with grasshoppers and mealworms"
Dr Sarah Beynon, 30, who runs a bug farm in Wales, talks about breeding insects for human consumption. (NI) action press
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"There is an unbroken line of police violence in the US that takes us all the way back to the days of slavery"
The activist, feminist and revolutionary explains how the ‘prison industrial complex’ profits from black people, that Barack Obama can’t be blamed for the lack of progress on race, and why Beyoncé is not a terrorist. (GO) Guardian & Observer photos
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"Minor incidents of racism don’t bother me."
The actor, on love, colour blindness, racism and what his father taught him. (NI) Redux Pictures
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"I didn’t set out just to get a Michelin star – it’s only an accolade."
Jason Atherton, Michelin-starred aged 43, has trained with Ferran Adrià and Gordon Ramsay and now runs 15 restaurants, including Pollen Street Social, Social Eating House and Berners Tavern. He lives in south London with his wife, Irha, and their two children, Kazia, nine, and Jemimah, three. Here he gives insight into his life. (TMG) Guardian
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"It’s a bad idea to leave home after only a cup of coffee as you will start snacking."
The evergreen former swimmer reveals his top ten tips to help any man stay in shape in his forties, without the need for personal trainers or plastic surgery. (TMG) Camera Press
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