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Horror film “They/Them” (pronounced “They Slash Them”), from producers Jason Blum and Michael Aguilar, finally slashes its way onto screens in the first week of August. Written, directed and executive produced by John Logan (“Skyfall,” “Gladiator,” “The Aviator”) and executive produced by Kevin Bacon, Scott Turner Schofield, Howie Young and Michael Aguilar, the movie features LGBTQIA+ youth attending and a gay conversion camp. The fear-based film marks gay playwright John Logan’s directorial debut.

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James Martin and partner Louise Davies in rare sighting[LATEST]Sharon Stone, 64, leaves little to the imagination in racy topless pic[PICTURES]Amal Clooney, 44, stuns in white lace dress for date night with George[HOLLYWOOD]David's roles included villainous characters, including in films like The Thirty Nine Steps (1978) and Time Bandits (1981).Fans of the beloved actor will recall his character, photographer Keith Jennings, who met an inglorious end in 1976's supernatural classic, The Omen.In an interview for a programme on horror films fronted by Mark Gatiss, when asked if he knew what had happened to his severed head, Warner deadpanned: "I lost it in the divorce."The on-screen star also played Bob Cratchit in George C Scott's 1984 adaptation of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol.David also enjoyed a successful television career, with roles in Wallander - playing Kenneth Branagh's father - Penny Dreadful, Ripper Street, Doctor Who and the original Twin Peaks among others.He was also known for playing various characters in the Star Trek franchise and starred in several Doctor Who audio plays.He went on to win an Emmy award in 1981 for outstanding supporting actor in a miniseries or special for his portrayal of Pomponius Falco in the television miniseries Masada.The Rada-trained British star was also renowned for title roles in the Royal Shakespeare Company's Henry VI and Hamlet early on in his career.He is survived by "his beloved partner Lisa Bowerman, his much-loved son Luke and daughter-in-law Sarah, his good friend Jane Spencer Prior, his first wife Harriet Evans and his many gold dust friends".
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Only Fools and Horses' Raquel actress was in a relationship with her on-screen son for 29 years.Actress Tessa Peake-Jones, 64, began playing Raquel Turner in the BBC sitcom back in 1988 and dated actor Douglas Hodge for nearly three decades.In the 'Dates' special episode, Tessa first appeared as a love interest for lead star Derek 'Del Boy' Trotter (David Jason) and was originally only supposed to be a one-off guest star.However, the chemistry between the two led to producers bringing her back as a recurring character.Despite their ups and downs, the pair remained a central romance in the series, with Raquel eventually giving birth to Del Boy's son Damien.While played by various actors as an infant, Damien was played by actor Ben Smith as a teen.However, in a memorable sequence from the classic 1996 Christmas special Heroes and Villains, Damien's uncle Rodney Trotter (Nicholas Lyndhurst) dreamt he existed in a nightmare dystopian future where an adult Damien rules the Western world and is played by actor Douglas Hodge.Tessa and actor Douglas, 61, were together for 29 years before their split in 2013. They share two children together, Charlie and Mollie Rose.While Douglas made only a single appearance in the 1996's special, Tessa stayed with the sitcom until it ended in 1996.Douglas is best known for his lengthy theatre career and roles in series such as The Night Manager, Black Mirror and Penny Dreadful.He has also appeared in films such as Red Sparrow, The Report, Joker, and The Devil All The Time.