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EXCLUSIVE: Another star-studded package looks to have hit the market right before the holiday weekend. Sources tell Deadline that Rebel Wilson and Charles Melton are attached to star in K-Pop: Lost in America for producers Lynda Obst and CJ Entertainment’s Miky Lee. South Korean filmmaker JK Youn is directing and was written by Jeff Kaplan & Ian Springer, with a current draft by Karen McCullah & Kirsten “Kiwi” Smith.
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Inside Victoria Wood's will - family, charitable trusts, but no mention of ex-husband
BAFTAs, as an actress, writer and all-round entertainer.Victoria started her long-running career in 1974 by winning the talent show New Faces aged 20, before going on to become one of Britain's most popular stand-up comics.The Money actress, who died of cancer in April 2016 aged 62, did work for Sport Relief and helped raise money and awareness of cancer less than two years before her death.The BBC star left half of her fortune to a charitable trust and the rest was split amongst family.In honour of what would have been the star's 69th birthday, Daily Star have looked inside Victoria Wood's will.Victoria left half of her fortune to charity and the rest was spread amongst friends and family, but that didn't include ex-husband Geoffrey Durham.She was married to the comedy magician, 72, better known as the "Great Soprendo" for 22 years and it is believed he was by her side when she passed away.The screenwriter handed over her £4m home in Highgate, North London to her two children, Grace, 33, and Henry, 30, along with her diaries, letters and photos, which she requested were kept private.Grace and Henry also received her her cottage in the Lake District, which she stated should not be sold "so long as it's enjoyed by family." Between £2,000 to £25,000 were given to 10 of her closest friends, which included two godchildren.The New Faces star left a large sum of her fortune to fund the Victoria Wood Charitable Trust which supports various causes like helping young and disabled people, tackling poverty and promoting arts and culture.She also gave £50,000 to her sisters Penelope and Rosalind and brother Chris Foote Wood.Chris, 81, sparked controversy shortly before the contents of his sister's will was released after he
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Coronation Street Dennis Tanner star's life - soap exit, record holder and pop career
Coronation street - with his appearance surprising both viewers and Weatherfield residents.He returned to the street on this day in 2011 (May 12), after 43 years away from the soap - with Dennis Tanner actor Philip Lowrie remaining on Coronation Street for a further three years before departing once more.To mark the anniversary of Dennis Tanner's return to the cobbles, Daily Star takes a look inside the life of actor Philip Lowrie - from connections to Victoria Wood to a hidden popstar career.Philip Lowrie was one of the Coronation Street OGs when the soap began on December 9, 1960 - but he originally auditioned for the part of Ken Barlow, before William Roache was offered the role.Instead, Philip was cast as the cobbles first bad-boy Dennis Tanner, with the character fresh out of a six-month stint in prison and hoping to embark on a career as a talent manager and a singer.During his time on the cobbles, a future fan favourite was also introduced as an acquaintance of Dennis' - the lovable Rita Littlewood - later known as Rita Sullivan, who famously ran the cobble's newsagents for many years when she joined the soap as a permanent character in 1972.Two years after joining the soap, Philip shared a similarity with his on-screen counterpart when he decided to embark on a career as a pop star.In 1963, he recorded a single called I Might Have Known at London's famous Abbey Road Studios, but the song failed to reach the UK charts.It is reported that his pop star career did not take off and he continued to play Dennis Tanner until Philip decided to leave Coronation Street in 1968.Dennis was written out of the series after his character left for a new job in Bristol alongside wife Jenny Sutton - and it would be many years
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Inside Coronation Street Rick Neelan star's life - famous brother to Ofcom controversy
Coronation Street scenes when her father Rick Neelan's body is discovered.The notorious loan shark went missing in 2019, but unknown to the Weatherfield residents, he was murdered by Gary Windass (Mikey North).Rick had terrorised Gary after he failed to pay Rick his money back, with Gary eventually snapping and killing Rick instead.With the discovery of Rick's body, it is now only a matter of time before the truth is exposed.Rick is one of Coronation Street's most famous villains, and away from the soap, actor Gary Wood has led a very interesting life too - from rival soap roles to a romance with a famous actress.Although Greg is best known for playing Rick in Coronation Street, the actor has also had leading roles in other popular rival soaps.His debut TV role was in Channel 4 soap Brookside as drug dealer Terry Gibson in 2002, before going on to star in TV series including Casualty and The A-List.He also starred in one episode of Emmerdale as Nick Callow in 2006.10 years later in 2016, he starred as gangster Trevor Royle in Hollyoaks, who was stabbed to death on his wedding day to Grace Black by teenager Nico Blake.However, Coronation Street viewers remember Greg for his role as loan shark Rick , who terrorised Weatherfield residents including Gary.Between 2009 and 2019, Rick made the lives of characters including Terry Duckworth a misery, before Gary put an end to his reign of terror and killed him.Since then, viewers could not believe how different Greg looked away from the cobbles, with the actor posing for an Instagram photograph showing his long grey hair, beard and round Harry Potter style glasses.He captioned the post "Pottering around… Get it… Get it?? #loveadadjoke."However, the actor was soon spotted outside
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