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Box office report: 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' destroys competition with $100 million

29 June 2014 9:30 AM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

Optimus Prime is back in full force.

Michael Bay’s Transformers: Age of Extinction (A- Cinema Score) earned an estimated $100 million across the weekend, making it the top debut of the year. It’s also a career high for star Mark Wahlberg, who leads a new cast in telling the story of what happened five years after Chicago was nearly destroyed in the last film.

Paramount’s $200 million film may not have charmed the critics, but audiences didn’t seem to take that, or the daunting run time, into account this weekend. Moviegoers were predominately male, accounting for 64 percent of audiences. »

- Lindsey Bahr

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June Sarpong joins BBC Two's Newsnight: "We've all got to grow up"

21 May 2014 7:43 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

June Sarpong is joining BBC Two's flagship Newsnight programme.

The former T4 presenter will not be replacing Jeremy Paxman, but will appear in various special features.

She told the Daily Telegraph: "I'm going to be doing some stuff for Newsnight. I'm not replacing Jeremy Paxman before the rumours start. I'm doing specials for them."

The 36-year-old has moved back to the UK for the new role, after relocating to the Us. She explained: "I got back to London six weeks ago.

"I've gone from Sunday morning television to Newsnight, but you know we've all got to grow up. It's all highbrow now."

Last month, Paxman confirmed that he will leave the current affairs show in June, after taking the decision last summer to move on from the programme. »

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Andi Peters on Noel Edmonds's BBC buying plan: 'What a ludicrous thing'

26 March 2014 5:20 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Andi Peters has laughed off Noel Edmonds's recent claims that he would like to buy the BBC.

Edmonds recently suggested that he has assembled a consortium of financial backers who are interested in taking over the corporation, though he was later heavily questioned by Jeremy Paxman in a strange encounter on Newsnight and Radio 1 DJ Greg James branded the possibility "ludicrous".

What would Noel Edmonds's BBC look like?

Peters has now also treated the plans with derision, telling Digital Spy: "He wants to buy the BBC? Oh, hilarious. That's hilarious. Well, do you know what, if he does, I'd like to make sure he brings back Noel's House Party, one of my favourite shows."

Peters - who was speaking to DS about his new ITV game show Ejector Seat - added: "You can't buy the BBC! What a ludicrous thing. You can't buy the BBC.

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Richard Ayoade: 'Making films is exhilarating – and terrifying'

23 March 2014 2:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Richard Ayoade shot to fame as Moss in The It Crowd but it was Submarine, his debut behind the camera, that won him critical acclaim. As his new film, The Double, is released, he talks about pride, performing and giving up his pop dreams

The premise of Fyodor Dostoevsky's 1846 novella The Double is simple but ingenious: a man lives an entirely unremarkable existence until one day his exact doppelganger shows up. This incongruous situation fast becomes insufferable for two reasons: first, the new guy is slick where he is stammering, popular where he's forgettable, Day-Glo to his beige; and, second, because no one else notices any likeness at all between the pair of them.

The Double, it's said, is meant as an allegory: the straight man is Dostoevsky in real life, shy and often awkward; the arriviste is the author 2.0, the person he sometimes wished he was, who is quick-witted and irresistible to women. »

- Tim Lewis

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Richard Ayoade: 'Making films is exhilarating – and terrifying'

23 March 2014 2:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Richard Ayoade shot to fame as Moss in The It Crowd but it was Submarine, his debut behind the camera, that won him critical acclaim. As his new film, The Double, is released, he talks about pride, performing and giving up his pop dreams

The premise of Fyodor Dostoevsky's 1846 novella The Double is simple but ingenious: a man lives an entirely unremarkable existence until one day his exact doppelganger shows up. This incongruous situation fast becomes insufferable for two reasons: first, the new guy is slick where he is stammering, popular where he's forgettable, Day-Glo to his beige; and, second, because no one else notices any likeness at all between the pair of them.

The Double, it's said, is meant as an allegory: the straight man is Dostoevsky in real life, shy and often awkward; the arriviste is the author 2.0, the person he sometimes wished he was, who is quick-witted and irresistible to women. »

- Tim Lewis

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