Theresa May's resignation has sent Conservative front-runners into a frenzy as they continue to duel for the keys to Number 10. But, who will replace the beleaguered Prime Minister? Conservative Home has named Boris Johnson as the favourite, with 5/4 odds, but he will need to secure sufficient support from Tory MPs to make it to the final round. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next JAN MOIR: At first, she was valiant, then that voice... Theresa May's constituency chairman reveals PM told him she... Share this article Share Former Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab trails just behind at 6/1 while another Brexiteer, Michael Gove, is considered third most likely to win the top job. Trailing at the bottom of the pile is No Deal obsessive Steve Baker, with odds 100/1, alongside Sir Graham Brady. Former Welfare Secretary and ardent Remainer Esther McVey is just ahead with 66/1. Boris Johnson has been labelled as the favourite to be the next Conservative party … [Read more...] about Who IS the favourite to become the next PM? We analyse the race
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This weekend, Luca Guadagnino’s maximalist reworking of Italian horror classic Suspiria jetés into wide release. Dakota Johnson stars as an American ballerina attending a prestigious academy in pre-reunification Berlin, tutored by severe instructors giving her a faintly Satanic vibe. (Perhaps it has something to do with all the meat hooks?) The Damien Jalet–choreographed dances stand out as the most gripping sections in the film’s dense two-and-a-half hours, in particular the fiendish group piece titled “Volk.” Johnson and her company, draped in red cords, cycle through razor-edged poses metaphorically — and then literally — coursing with brutality. For the sinister higher-ups, their charges’ perspiration serves as nourishment. At the Markos Dance Academy, movement is the essence of life. Dance can be an intense communion between the mind and body, though it doesn’t have to be. Even as the rest of the film rapidly fades … [Read more...] about The 50 Greatest Movie Dance Scenes of All Time
The 70th Emmy Awards air Monday, September 17, and all this week, Vulture TV critic Jen Chaney and New York Magazine TV critic Matt Zoller Seitz are breaking down the major categories with Emmy predictions for variety series, limited series, comedy, and drama. What will win? What actually should win? That’s what we’re here to determine. Today’s focus: Drama series. • Game of Thrones (HBO)• Stranger Things (Netflix)• The Americans (FX)• The Crown (Netflix)• The Handmaid’s Tale (Hulu)• This Is Us (NBC)• Westworld (HBO) Westworld improved on its freshman season, but it’s still so conceptually dense and narratively complex that it’s hard to imagine Emmy voters handing it the top prize. Watching it probably feels too much like work for some voters. Every other nominee in this category has had better (in some cases, much better) seasons, … [Read more...] about Emmy Predictions: Who Will and Should Win in the Drama Categories?