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Sam Neill: Moviegoers No Longer Accept Spielberg’s Slow-Burn ‘Jurassic Park’ Action Pacing

Zack Sharf Sam Neill is returning to the “Jurassic Park” franchise as paleontologist Alan Grant in the upcoming “Jurassic World Dominion,” but there’s a huge difference between the new installment and Steven Spielberg’s 1993 original. Neill recently told The Sunday Times that “Dominion” is nearly wall-to-wall action, which stands in direct contrast with Spielberg’s slow burn. The 1993 original takes 45 minutes to build up to its Tyrannosaurus rex reveal.
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Morgan Freeman on list of Americans “permanently banned” from entering Russia
CNN, the Oscar-winning actor narrated the promotional video for an organisation named The Committee to Investigate Russia. It was directed by When Harry Met Sally director Rob Reiner, who has also been added to the Kremlin’s list.“We emphasise that the hostile actions taken by Washington, which boomerang against the United States itself, will continue to receive a proper rebuff,” the Russian foreign ministry said [via ITV News].“Russian counter-sanctions are forced and aimed at forcing the ruling American regime… to change its behaviour, recognising new geopolitical realities.”Russia previously banned US President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris from entering the country.Freeman has yet to comment publicly on the move.In other news, the actor spoke out last year against the ongoing call to defund the police, saying that he is “not the least bit for” the movement.The actor was asked for his thoughts on police abolition during an interview, in light of protests against racially motivated police brutality.“Police work is, aside from all the negativity around it, it is very necessary for us to have them and most of them are guys that are doing their job,” Freeman told Selina Hill on Black Enterprise last October.Meanwhile, Russian DJ Nina Kraviz has responded to being dropped from Clone Distribution over her alleged “pro-Putin” views.
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Kate Middleton made changes to Top Gun premiere dress to make it 'royal appropriate'
Kate Middleton is said to have made some last-minute changes to her Top Gun premiere dress to make sure it kept to a "royal appropriate" style.Her recent appearance alongside husband Prince William at the premiere of the latest Tom Cruise action feature, Top Gun: Maverick, saw the Duchess of Cambridge wow audiences with a tailored dress.But the stunning Roland Mouret off-the-shoulder floor length dress – priced at a whopping £2,700 – had some fixes made to it, which Kate often does to remove revealing necklines or slits.While royal fans loved the look that stormed the red carpet, the French designer's original dress had a noticeable, key difference to Kate's outfit.The original dress from last season, currently only available for rent, features revealing sheer mesh panels at the back alongside a zip down the middle.But Middleton's red carpet outfit was missing the revealing mesh, meaning Middleton's dress had been altered to give the outfit a classier and smarter twist for the film premiere, the Daily Mirror reports.The rest of the dress was seemingly the same as the original on show, with the all black dress featuring a white bandeau neckline.For the latest breaking news from the Royal Family and stories from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here .The gown is described on the Front Row website, where it is available for rent, as sitting "elegantly off-the-shoulder to flatter your décolletage".The description continues: "Cut from sculpting stretch-crepe, this elegant design is darted at the waist and hips to create a beautiful hourglass silhouette.
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NASA baffled as Voyager starts sending back 'impossible data' from edge of solar system
NASA are baffled by mystery activity taking place on the Voyager 1 spacecraft.The craft is currently the most distant man-made object in existence, operating on the very edge of our solar system.It launched 44 years ago, and was thought to have fulfilled its use a few years ago.But now, NASA has been receiving and carrying out commands from Earth once again, without issue, but that the results of the actions it takes do not tally with what is actually taking place on the ship.Suzanne Dodd, project manager for Voyager 1 and 2 at Nasa’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California explained: “A mystery like this is sort of par for the course at this stage of the Voyager mission.“The spacecraft are both almost 45 years old, which is far beyond what the mission planners anticipated.“We’re also in interstellar space – a high-radiation environment that no spacecraft have flown in before.“So there are some big challenges for the engineering team.“But I think if there’s a way to solve this issue with the AACS, our team will find it.”The AACS is the craft's Attitude Articulation and Control System, which is pointing directly at Earth.Although NASA believes that there is no issue with it, the “telemetry data” appears to be as if it was being randomly generated.As well as those issues, NASA says it may finally be able to reveal whether Mars is home to alien life as they launch a new mission sending a rover onto the Red Planet.The Space Agency’s Perseverance rover is set to collect rocks and place them in the base of a crater so they can eventually be retrieved on future trips.Scientists reckon the Jezero crater could have held a river delta with water that may have sustained ancient microbial life.Research said water could have
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