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Anna Tingley If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Variety may receive an affiliate commission. Fourth of July is around the corner. And if you don’t feel like celebrating the U.S right now, you can at least celebrate the dozens of unbeatable deals currently live on retailers across the country this weekend.Independence Day marks one of the best deals day of the year, right behind Black Friday and Prime Day.

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‘Apocalypse Now: Final Cut,’ ‘Basic Instinct’ in Lineup as Streamer Studiocanal Presents Launches on Prime Video
Naman Ramachandran A wealth of film and TV titles are available at launch on streamer Studiocanal Presents, which is now available as an Amazon Prime Video channel in the U.K.Some 300 films and series from Studiocanal’s catalogue are available at launch, including Francis Ford Coppola’s “Apocalypse Now: Final Cut” in 4K; Brian Helgeland’s “Legend”; Joel and Ethan Coen’s “Inside Llewyn Davis”; a digitally restored version of Carol Reed’s “The Third Man”; Lynne Ramsay’s “You Were Never Really Here,” zombie horror “Train to Busan” and Céline Sciamma’s “Girlhood.”Also available are Nicolas Roeg’s “The Man Who Fell To Earth” and Sidney Lumet’s “Murder on the Orient Express,” award-winners “Manchester by the Sea” and “Room,” seminal titles like Luis Buñuel’s “Belle de Jour” and Jean-Luc Godard’s “Breathless” and modern British classics “Submarine” and “Four Lions.” Other recent additions include Sharon Stone classic “Basic Instinct” and John Carpenter’s “Escape From New York.” Studiocanal Presents also offers TV series showcasing the best of Studiocanal and Canal+’s own TV productions, including “Hannibal,” “Spiral” and “All the Way Up,” which broke streaming records upon its launch on Canal+ in France.A variety of new titles will launch on the channel every month, many of which can’t be streamed anywhere else in the U.K. New titles arriving include “Possessions,” “Animal Kingdom” and “The Guard.” After a seven-day free trial the service costs £4.99 ($6) a month.
Queen unveils trendy new look at 96 and dramatically ditches her walking stick
Queen has proven that once again, she is a trendsetter this week.For the 96-year-old Monarch was seen with a new hairstyle.During a meeting with the Archbishop of Canterbury on Tuesday (June 21) she appeared to have a classic hairstyle for women of a certain age – the perm.READ MORE: Netflix will force Harry and Meghan 'to explain booing' during Jubilee visit - expertAnd she was also seen without a walking aid of any kind, for the first time for many months.It was her first public appearance since her Platinum Jubilee celebrations which took place across four days at the beginning of the month.The meeting took place at Windsor Castle, where the Archbishop presented her with a special Canterbury Cross in recognition of her “unstinting service” to the Church of England for the 70 years she has bee on the throne.It also came with a citation, which said: “Throughout her reign, Her Majesty has duly upheld both the Christian religion and the Church of England in her roles as Defender of the Faith and Supreme Governor of the Church of England.“Whether in the formality of opening sessions of General Synod or the more intimate context of her personal addresses to the nation and Commonwealth at Christmas, Her Majesty has made manifest her own deep faith and its relevance to all that she undertakes.“Her subtle understanding of the changing position of the Established Church in England has sustained and encouraged laity and clergy alike.“Her care for the unity of her people and the welfare of the least fortunate have been a constant inspiration to the whole Church.
Coronation Street newcomer Jim Fizz 'exposed' as Fiz's real dad as fans twig DNA twist
Coronation Street newcomer Jim Fizz could have a key link to another character - at least if eagle-eyed fans are correct.Some are sure that the cocktail maker could be Fiz Stape's biological father in what would be a huge twist.Mixologist Jim entered the soap last week to give a cocktail masterclass to an eager Cathy Matthews, who ended up snogging him before the night was over.Now her kiss has been exposed to fiancé Brian Packard, who was left fuming that Cathy dissed his lame proposal to the barman after hiring him for a stint of his own.Jim has a well-known affinity for red-heads - a profile Fiz's biological mum Cilla Battersby-Brown fits to a tee.He's also around the correct age to have been able to welcome Fiz into the world, while some fans are also sure that his professional nickname could have inspired Fiz's parents to name her Fiona, shortened to Fiz.Fiz first entered the soap as a foster child to Hayley and Roy Cropper, before her biological mum Cilla also entered the soap.She's step-daughter to Les Battersby, though her real father has never appeared on the famous cobbles.Taking to Twitter to share their theories, one fan posted: "I reckon that cocktail guy Jim Fizz will turn out to be Fiz’s real dad… about the right age and maybe named after him! #Corrie."They then followed up: "He does say he has a thing for redheads soooo Cilla makes sense!"Someone else joked that Fiz and Jim are more suited to marriage, quipping: "If Fiz Stape married Jim Fizz she'd be Fiz Fizz."Others are certain Jim will be sticking around for a while longer, which means he'd need some hard hitting storylines.One keen fan tweeted: "Jim Fizz back at it again! Any chance he will be sticking around to ruffle some more feathers? Classic