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Dermot O'Leary to leave X Factor: Here are the best Twitter reactions

27 March 2015 10:28 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Dermot O'Leary will be leaving X Factor after eight glorious years as host.

We'll miss the slick suits, the even slicker dance moves, the badinage with Louis Walsh, and most of all his valiant attempts to interview an A-list popstar mere seconds after one of their high-octane performances.

However, we're not the only ones who'll miss Dermot - here's how social media has reacted to news of his X Factor departure:

New X Factor host gets my vote

Captain Kidd (@kidd_kong78) March 27, 2015

I don't think it's a coincidence that The X Factor have let Dermot go in the same week that Jeremy Clarkson became available.

— Popjustice (@Popjustice) March 27, 2015

The x factor just won't be right without @radioleary

— (@BibbysMinion) March 27, 2015

Dermot O'Leary is leaving X-Factor

....I feel sick...

I think it may be Dermotitis

— Luke Atar (@LukeHoosTawking) March 27, 2015

Rt @sjb2371 »

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Movie Poster of the Week: “The Private Life of Henry VIII” and Charles Laughton in Posters

21 February 2015 6:00 AM, PST | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

Above: Us three-sheet poster for The Private Life of Henry VIII (Alexander Korda, UK, 1933).

The great Charles Laughton may not have been the prettiest of movie stars, but he had a presence that many matinee idols would have killed for (as the current retrospective running at Film Forum will attest). In an era in which glamor was everything, studio marketers may have struggled with how to present Laughton’s unconventional looks and his larger-than-life portrayals of larger-than-life characters (so many monsters, murderers,  tyrants, or simply overbearing fathers) to the public. In most of the posters for his most famous film, The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939), he is all but a silhouette, a spoiler alert to his monstrous transformation as Quasimodo. And in some posters for The Private Life of Henry VIII (1933), the film for which he won his first Oscar, Henry is made to look more like the Hans Holbein »

- Adrian Curry

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