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13:06  04 january  2018
13:06  04 january  2018 Source:   BANG Showbiz

Liverpool and Southampton agree £75m fee for Van Dijk

  Liverpool and Southampton agree £75m fee for Van Dijk Southampton have agreed to sell Virgil van Dijk to Liverpool for a fee of £75m, Jeremy Wilson reports for the Telegraph. The Dutchman handed in a formal transfer request in the summer as he looked to push through a move to Anfield, but Saints’ board remained adamant that he was to stay at the club. However, only some months on, the Saints have agreed to offload Van Dijk to the Reds for what will be a world-record sum for a defender worth £75 million. Van Dijk has been dropped completely from Saints’ 18-man matchday squad in the last two outings against Huddersfield and most recently Tottenham Hotspur. It now looks as though when the January transfer window does open, Van Dijk will depart St Mary’s to secure his dream move to Anfield. The deal, if it does indeed go through, will go down as the most expensive sale in Southampton’s history, more than double the £34 million they received from Sadio Mane’s sale to Liverpool. Celtic are due to take a small portion of the fee, having agreed a sell-on clause in their deal to sell Van Dijk to Southampton for around £13 million in 2015.

Rose McGowan felt trapped . Rose McGowan has admitted that keeping the secret that Harvey Weinstein allegedly raped her has made her feel like she has had a "giant monster strapped to her for 20 years".

Rose McGowan in Charmed (1998).

Rose McGowan © Bang Showbiz Rose McGowan Rose McGowan says keeping her Harvey Weinstein secret has made her feel like she has had a "giant monster strapped to her for 20 years".

The 'Charmed' actress - who has accused the producer of raping her in 2007 - felt like he "ate [hers] and so many of our souls".

She told the February issue of Vanity Fair magazine: "I've had this giant monster strapped to me for 20 years. So many women have been strapped around him. He ate so many of our souls that he couldn't tell which way was which. He's always been gunning for me. But that's OK - I've been gunning for him, too ... They built a motherf------ beast, and they built a motherf----- problem. I am that problem to all of them. He represents all of them to me. And that's why he must be slayed."

Carey Mulligan: ‘I’ve been belittled in the film industry’

  Carey Mulligan: ‘I’ve been belittled in the film industry’ Carey Mulligan has been “belittled and made to feel “lesser-than” during her time in Hollywood. In an interview with Australian Vogue, the Suffragette actress admitted that while she hasn’t been on the receiving end of the kind of sexual misconduct experiences shared by many of her colleagues in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, she has battled sexism in the industry.

Rose McGowan is an American actress and director, known for her contribution to independent film. Since the age of nineteen, she has appeared in acclaimed films by Gregg Araki, Wes Craven, Brian De Palma, Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino.

'Charmed' actress, Rose McGowan, has accused Harvey Weinstein of raping her in 2007. © Rachel Murray/Getty Images 'Charmed' actress, Rose McGowan, has accused Harvey Weinstein of raping her in 2007. It comes after Rose admitted she has found it difficult to watch news coverage of the Weinstein scandal as she finds it very "triggering".

She explained: "The triggering has been insane. The monster's face has been everywhere, my nightmare ... I have been silenced for 20 years. I have been s--t-shamed. I have been harassed. I have been maligned and you know what? I'm just like you. What happened to me behind the scenes happens to all of us in society and it cannot stand and it will not stand ... No more will we be hurt. It's time to rise. It's time to be brave. No more. Name it. Shame it. Call it out. It's time to clean house! It's time to be brave. In the face of unspeakable actions, from one monster we look away to another. The head monster of all right now. And they are the same. And they must die."

Black Panther GoFundMe lets Harlem kids see Marvel superhero film .
An online fundraising has smashed its $10,000 (£7,400) target in an effort to help young children in New York City see Marvel's landmark superhero movie Black Panther when it's released in February. The campaign, created by New Yorker Frederick Joseph, raised $34,521 in five days for The Boys and Girls Club of Harlem (BGCHarlem), which offers "a safe, positive, and supportive place for youth". Marvel Studios' Black Panther is the first mainstream solo movie of the modern era to star a black superhero. It follows Chadwick Boseman's debut as the character in 2016's Captain America: Civil War. The film's release offers "a rare opportunity for young students (primarily of coluor) to see a black major cinematic and comic book character come to life", states the GoFundMe campaign page. "This representation is truly fundamental for young people, especially those who are often underserved, unprivileged, and marginalized both nationally and globally." The page then quotes an article from The Root on the importance of the film. "Black Panther remains socially and culturally relevant because it imagines a world where black people continually triumph over the influences of capitalism, Western imperialism and white supremacy," writes Clarkisha Kent.

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