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English council urges parents not to allow children watch Squid Game after reports young kids are copying the Netflix show in the school playground

English council urges parents not to allow children watch Squid Game after reports young kids are copying the Netflix show in the school playground

An English council has urged parents not to allow their children to watch the hit Netflix show “Squid Games” due to its graphic nature and the amount of violent content.

In email sent to parents and guardians, the Central Bedfordshire council’s education safeguarding team advised them to ‘be vigilant after hearing reports that children and young people are copying games and violence’ from the show.

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Nollywood Actress Regina Daniels releases eye-catching photos to mark her 21st birthday

Actress Regina Daniels has taken to her Instagram page to share some lovely photos as she turns 21 today, Sunday.

The mother of one shared a video of herself adorned in black outfit with a crown on her head to mark her special day.

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Drug Case: Mumbai Magistrate court rejects bail petition filed by Shah Rukh Khan’s son Aryan and 2 others

Bollywood actor, Shah Rukh Khan’s son, Aryan Khan, has been denied bail after he was arrested in connection with the drugs-on-cruise case. According to the court, Aryan will spend the weekend in Mumbai’s Arthur Road jail.

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Daniel Craig honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Daniel Craig has been honored with his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The 53-year-old actor was presented the honor by his No Time To Die co-star Rami Malek and longtime James Bond franchise producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson.

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Actor Jake Gyllenhaal says filming sex scenes with actress Jennifer Aniston were torturous because he had a ‘crush’ on her

“The Good Girl” star, Jake Gyllenhaal has opened up on what it felt like having a “crush” on co-star Jennifer Aniston and filming romantic scenes with her.

Disclosing this on “The Howard Stern Show”, 40-year-old Jake admitted that it was tough to film love scenes with Aniston, 52, while working on the 2002 romantic drama due to his infatuation.

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Once you mess with your face, you can’t get it back: Actress Jamie Lee Curtis claims plastic surgery is ‘wiping out generations of beauty’

Hollywood actress, Jamie Lee Curtis has raised an alarm of the damage plastic surgery can do and is hoping people will start thinking twice before tweaking their appearance just to suit the current aesthetic fads.

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You know Vin Diesel, he always plays this very serious guy. I was scared – Cardi B

Rapper Cardi B took to social media to say she was scared of working with Vin Diesel in F9, which is the 10th film of Fast and Furious franchise, that came out on June 25.


Be watchful, a jealous demon may appear as a supportive angel- Tonto dike says after Bobrisky drag her over her new Man.

Tonto dike has taken to her social media to reply Bobrisky’s shade about her and not learning from her experiences by making her new relationship public.

According to Tonto, people should be watchful and guarded of jealous people who appear to be supportive angels.

Read her post below

“A jealous demon may appear as a supportive angel. Be watchful!! Be GUARDED MY PEOPLE”

Crossdresser Bobrisky who felt attacked with Tonto’s post on Instagram decided to blast her and call her names.

According to Bobrisky, the mother of one is owing him N5m and she is still fighting with her. Speaking further, the brand influencer said that Tonto Dikeh portays to be a born again christian but she smokes marijuanna in private.”

The 28-year-old also threatened to deal with Tonto if she dares to reply his shades

Read Bobrisky’s post below

If they born u well come for me. I can bet my life you can’t cos you know I’m d boss… I will teach you how to throw heavy shade. I go learn that one for school… 5million no be beans o… I get receipt o…. Who can borrow a friend up to 5million dis days… LMAO… Jealous? How biko… Aunty pay your debt… You they owe person… you are still fighting the person… Fear God aunty born again (SK) for corner “

MB reported that the former besties unfollowed each other on Instagram after several weeks of keeping malice with each other for reasons best known to them.



On October 5, one of Russia’s most celebrated actresses, 36-year-old Yulia Peresild is blasting off to the International Space Station (ISS) with film director Klim Shipenko, 38.

MOSCOW, Russia – Six decades after Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human to orbit Earth, earning Moscow a key win in the Cold War, Russia is again in a space race with Washington.

This time though the stakes are somewhat glitzier.

On October 5, one of Russia’s most celebrated actresses, 36-year-old Yulia Peresild is blasting off to the International Space Station (ISS) with film director Klim Shipenko, 38.

Their mission? Shoot the first film in orbit before the Americans do.

If their plan falls into place, the Russians are expected to beat Mission Impossible star Tom Cruise and Hollywood director Doug Liman, who were first to announce their project together with NASA and Space X, the company of billionaire Elon Musk.

“I really want us to be not only the first but also the best,” Peresild told AFP, with the clock ticking down to the planned October 5 blast-off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

The Call — the Russian project’s working title — was announced in September last year, four months after the Hollywood project.

But apart from its grand ambitions, little is known about the film.


Its plot, which has been kept under wraps by the crew and Russia’s space agency, has been revealed by Russian media outlets to feature a doctor dispatched urgently to the ISS to save a cosmonaut

Nor has The Call’s budget been disclosed. But it’s no secret that travel to space is a costly business: one seat on a Soyuz rocket to the ISS usually costs NASA tens of millions of dollars.

Hinting at the film’s aesthetic direction, one big name on the credit list is Konstantin Ernst, the 60-year-old head of the overtly Kremlin-friendly Channel One television network.

Ernst has stage-managed some of the most important moments in Russia’s recent political history and of President Vladimir Putin’s career: military parades, inaugurations, the opening ceremony of the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi.

Dmitry Rogozin, the outspoken head of Russia’s Roscosmos space agency, will also feature when the credits role in theatres throughout the country.

He is not known for prominence in the film industry, but rather for presiding over an agency plagued by stagnation and corruption — and for publicly sparring with Musk on Twitter.


For Rogozin, 57, the film is a way to project stature as Roscosmos loses ground in technological advancement to US rivals.

But it is also part of a geopolitical battle his country is engaged in with Washington, according to a recent interview he gave to a Moscow tabloid.

Cinema was long ago turned into a powerful propaganda tool,” he told popular daily Komsomolskaya Pravda in June.

His assessment of the role of film comes at a time when the relationship between Moscow and Washington has frayed to the point of resembling the standoff of the Cold War.

Rogozin said in the interview that Cruise and Liman had initially approached Roscosmos in early 2020 to collaborate on the film.

But, he said, unnamed “political forces” pressured them to give up on the idea of working with the Russians.

“I understood after this that space is big politics,” he told the paper. “It was then that an idea appeared to make the film”.

Representatives of Cruise did not respond to AFP requests for comment.


In preparation for this 21st-century space race, Peresild has since late May been undergoing intensive training at the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre in Star City outside Moscow.

When she spoke to AFP, she had already managed the centrifuge and would be getting trained in how to survive in hostile environments for when she plummets back to Earth in a Soyuz capsule on October 17.

Still, she is focused on the task at hand.

The tiny film set of the ISS will be a challenging space in which to work, particularly for the director, who will also handle the cameras, lighting, sound and make-up.

“We will have to film in space what it is not possible to shoot on Earth,” she says.

Peresild said that unlike many other Soviet children who grew up with Gagarin’s feats looming large, she never dreamed of going to space.

She admits to feeling “afraid” when she was selected for the job from a pool of 3,000 candidates.

“I am not a superhero,” she told AFP.

She said she had drawn inspiration from children involved in her Galchonok foundation that supports young people with disabilities.

“For them, picking up a spoon is like going to space for me.”

They “must believe in the impossible