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Netflix’s 20 biggest critical flops, from Rebecca to Emily in Paris – The Independent

If you’re in the mood to hate-watch movies and TV shows – you’ve come to the right place

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Streaming threatens future of UK music says Elbow’s Guy Garvey – The Guardian

Musicians from Radiohead, Gomez and Elbow tell MPs that the music industry must reform and be made fairer

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The three major music labels are operating like a cartel in the streaming era and the current system is threatening the future of music in the UK, according to evidence given on the first day of an inquiry into the impact of streaming on the music industry.
During the digital, culture, media and sport select committee inquiry into the economics of music streaming, MPs heard from musicians including Ed OBrien of Radiohead, Elbows Guy Garvey, and Tom Gray of Gomez, who painted a bleak picture of artists…

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Gordon Ramsay launches £80 burger at new restaurant – and it doesn’t come with chips – Cornwall Live

Fries will cost an extra £6

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Celeb chef Gordon Ramsay will be selling £80 burgers in one of his restaurants once lockdown lifts – but that price doesn’t include chips.
The Hells Kitchen host and Michelin star chef, who has spent lockdown with his family in his Cornwall second home in Rock, will be selling the high-end burgers in a new Harrods restaurant starting December 4.
Ramsays Wagyu burger features a beef patty, seared Wagyu sirloin (one of the most luxurious types of beef on the planet), truffle Pecorino cheese, cep…

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Director apologizes for unmuted critique of actor’s apartment during audition – The Guardian

Tristram Shapeero pens public apology to Lukas Gage after commenting on Gage’s ‘tiny apartment’ without realizing actor could hear him

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A director who forgot to mute his microphone during a Zoom audition as he criticised an actors apartment has apologised and claimed he was just sympathising with the plight of arts workers in the coronavirus pandemic.
Video of the incident went viral, triggering a wave of support for the actor Lukas Gage and rampant speculation as to the identity of the British-accented director.
That mystery has now been solved. Tristram Shapeero, who works in Los Angeles, penned a confession and public apology…

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