Bruce Willis in Die Hard 4.0 TM and ? 2007 Twentieth Century Fox. All rights reserved. Poster detail
Bruce Willis in Die Hard 4.0 TM and ? 2007 Twentieth Century Fox. All rights reserved. Poster detail

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Die Hard 4.0

Bruce Willis in Die Hard 4.0 TM and ? 2007 Twentieth Century Fox. All rights reserved.Yippee-ki-yay. It takes a 52-year-old, shaven-headed action man with an attitude and a full arsenal of one-liners to whip the summer blockbuster season into shape...
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?Interviews (Bruce Willis and Justin Long)
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London Clubs

London ClubsWelcome to our new improved London Club Guide. The new listings are now updated every week and include the latest and greatest clubs shaking England's capital....
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Vue Cinema Tickets

Cinema TicketsLondonNet is now able to sell cinema tickets for most Vue Cinemas in the UK.
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A-Z of London Cinemas
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Top Attraction Sellers:
(21/06/07 - 04/07/07)


1. London Eye???
2. Madame Tussaud's??
3. Summer Opening of the State Rooms??
4. China Terracota Army??
5. Travelcards???

Diary

Urban Sprawl Gets to Kate and Pete

Kate Moss fled to Paris this week with half the British press on her tail and soon half of Paris is coming the other way as, this Friday, the Tour de France visits London for the first time.

For a certain class of people, nipping between world cities like London and Paris is an everyday event and for many others it's at least an annual one.

At the other end of the urban scale, some of the world's poorest people leave their parched rural homelands for the precarious life of the shanty town; by next year it is estimated that for the first time in history, more than half the world's humans will live in urban areas and half of those will be in shanties, slums and favelas.

These are among the themes explored in Global Cities, a fascinating and oddly moving exhibition at the Tate Modern (until the end of August) that looks at ten cities from around the world via photos and films, using London as a defining standard.

Meanwhile Kate's back in London, locked inside her gated community of one, following the departure of Pete Doherty, who is holed up with pals in a shack under a flyover. Who says celebrity culture doesn't mirror real life?

- David Clee

Entertainment


See below for what's currently happening in and around London:
Theatre | Music | Classical and Dance | Cinema

Theatre

Grease - Piccadilly Theatre

Grease - The piccadilly TheatreThe World's No.1 Greatest Musical and the perfect feel-good family show, returns to the West End this summer, bringing with it the unforgettable hit songs from the movie including You're The One That I Want, Grease is the Word, Summer Nights, Hopelessly Devoted to You, Sandy and Greased Lightnin'... Read More?????
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Top Attraction Sellers:
(21/06/07 - 04/07/07)

1. Disney's The Lion King???
2. Wicked??
3. The Sound of Music??
4. The Phantom of the Opera??
5. The Lord of the Rings??????

Music

Billy Ocean - Carling Apollo Hammersmith

Billy Ocean - Carling Apollo HammersmithBilly Ocean holds the prestigious title of being the biggest selling British black artist of all time. During a career spanning over 25 years, he has sold in excess of 30 million singles and albums worldwide, reaching his pinnacle throughout the 1980's. However, his success is only the tip of the iceberg... Read More???
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Top?Music Sellers:
(21/06/07 - 04/07/07)

1. Dream Theatre??
2. Arcade Fire??
3. Mika??
4. Xavier Rudd??
5.?Pete Murray??

Classical and Dance

Sylvie Guillem and - The Coliseum

Sylvie Guillem and - The ColiseumThe production features four works: Solo, performed by Guillem to atmospheric flamenco music; Shift, Maliphant's signature solo; Two, a dazzling solo which seems to traps Guillem in a box of light; and Push, a duet which combines the abilities of this extraordinary partnership... Read More?????
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Top Classical and Dance Sellers:
(21/06/07 - 04/07/07)

1. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra?
2. Swan Lake??
3. The Nutcracker??????
4. Cosi Fan Tutte?????
5. The Magic Flute????

Cinema

Blockbuster of the Week - Die Hard 4.0 (15)

Bruce Willis in Die Hard 4.0 TM and ? 2007 Twentieth Century Fox. All rights reserved.Action (2007) 128mins US
Gung-ho, gun-toting rebel John McClane returns in the fourth part of the franchise, saving America once again from Armageddon...
?Showing at these Cinemas??
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?Interviews (Bruce Willis and Justin Long)??

Horror Movie of the Week - Dead Silence (15)

Jamie Ashen (RYAN KWANTEN) discovers the ventriloquist dummy Billy is no ordinary doll in the supernatural thriller from the writer/director team behind the international hit Saw franchise, Dead Silence. Photo Credit: Michael Gibson. Copyright: ? 2007 Universal Studios. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.Horror (2007) 89mins US
Old-fashioned horror film about a man called Jamie, who receives a ventriloquist's dummy as a present. When the doll kills his wife Lisa and he becomes the prime suspect for her brutal murder, Jamie ventures back home to Ravens Fair to investigate the local legend of Mary Shaw...
?Showing at these cinemas??

Critics' Choice of the Week - Edmond (18)

William H. Macy in Edmond. Tartan Films UK & IrelandDrama (2006) 82mins US
Film version of David Mamet's stage play, centred on the eponymous Edmond, a hen-pecked husband who finally snaps after another blazing row with his wife. Charging into the night, Edmond searches for affection from various prostitutes...
?Showing at these cinemas??
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See Also:
?A-Z of London Films
?A-Z of London Cinemas
?A-Z of UK Cinemas???
?Top 10 Movies
?New Films This Week
?Forthcoming Releases
?Interviews

Cinema Section Upgrade
We've made many changes to our cinema section over the past weeks and during this upgarde you may have difficulties from time to time using our service. If you do experience a problem please drop us an email?and we'll look into it (please remember to include the cinema or film you were looking for). As always, your feedback is much appreciated.

Competition

The Blue Zone Competition

The Blue ZoneAndrew Gross is no stranger to literary success. Along with James Patterson, Gross has co-authored five New York Times number one bestsellers, including Judge & Jury, Lifeguard, and Third Degree. Yet he may be one of the most successful thriller writers whose name you don't know...

Now, Gross is making his sensational solo debut with a tense, compelling novel that takes readers into a dangerous world-one where a man's betrayal has threatened the lives of the people he loves most. The Blue Zone is the riveting tale of a family forced into the Witness Protection Program and a young woman's perilous quest to uncover the dark secrets of her father's past. Filled with rich characters and an unstoppable plot that is at turns harrowing and emotionally wrenching, The Blue Zone is a story of blood and family, deception and betrayal that explores the deadly consequences when one family's tightly-held secrets begin to unravel.

?Buy The Blue Zone by Andrew Gross at Amazon >>

For your chance to win one of 4 copies of The Blue Zone, answer the following question:
In the US, the Witness Protection Program was established by the Organized Crime Control Act of:
1. 1960
2. 1970
3. 1980

Closing Date: Thursday 12 July 2007, Noon

How to Enter:
- Send an email with the correct answer to [email protected], with the subject "The Blue Zone Competition"
- You must include your name, email address, telephone number and postal address, to be considered for the prize.

More Necessary Info:
- NB MUST include name, email, telephone number and postal address (which will only be used for this compie only - guaranteed). If you don't include your details we can't send you info about the prize!
- First correct answer out of the Editor's hat wins the prize
- Details will be sent to the winner
- LondonNet is not responsible for prize distribution
- The Editor's decision is final

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London Hotels

4 Of The Best

Sanderson Hotel, Oxford Street (5*)Sanderson Hotel, Oxford Street (5*)
One of London's most contemporary hotels, Sanderson Hotel offers guests the ultimate in luxury accommodation, with stylish, modern decor and comfortable, well-equipped rooms.
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Thistle Westminster, Victoria (4*)Thistle Westminster, Victoria (4*)
A popular, 4 star hotel, situated in the prestigious Westminster area. This stunning hotel offers comfortable, well-equipped rooms and modern amenities, perfect for both tourists and those on business.
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The Gallery Hotel, South Kensington (3*)The Gallery Hotel, South Kensington (3*)
The Gallery Hotel offers a haven of quiet elegance in luxurious Victorian surroundings, within reach of all the best that modern London has to offer.
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Astor Court Hotel, Oxford Street (2*)Astor Court Hotel, Oxford Street (2*)
Astor Court Hotel is a friendly and welcoming hotel. Located just 5 minutes away form Oxford Street, you will be well situated for tourism and shopping. Popular tourist destinations close to Astor Court Hotel include Covent Garden, London Zoo and Bond Street.
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3 Accommodations Deals

Swissotel The Howard, Temple PlaceSwissotel The Howard, Temple Place (5*)
Swiss?tel The Howard, London features 189 rooms and suites offering stunning views over the Thames from the Houses of Parliament to Tower Bridge. The hotel completed its extensive refurbishment by late 2002, which also included the addition of two new floors of luxurious suites.
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Southwark Rose Hotel, London BridgeSouthwark Rose Hotel, London Bridge (3*)
Style, position and value for money mark out the Southwark Rose as one of London's hidden gems. As one of the capital's newest independently owned hotels, it has high standards of design, facilities and attention to detail.
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The Willett Hotel, Slone SquareThe Willett Hotel, Sloane Square (3*)
The Willett Hotel is very much a dignified, private Victorian residence and little has been done to alter this. No elevator; no noise, nothing to spoil your leisurely stay. Interesting features include the reception area's ornately carved Dutch bed over which stands a handsome gilt ormolu clock.
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Top Hotels Sellers:
(21/06/07 - 04/07/07)

1. Boulevard Hotel (3 Diamond B&B)??
2. Millennium Knightsbridge (4* Hotel)
3. Avni Hotel London (3* Hotel)??
4. Finsbury Residence (Budget Rooms)
5. Hotel Lily (2* Hotel)

Talkback

Dear LondonNet,
Dropping the date from cinema listings is a bad idea - just saying week starting last friday or this friday leaves room for confusion, especially when search on a friday. Please revert.
- Paul

Dear Paul,
Many thanks for your feedback.
I have forwarded your email to our IT department who will start working on the problem as soon as possible.
Kind regards,
- LondonNet

Dear LondonNet,
Thanks Emilie, when I tried again and thankfully it was back to normal, so maybe just a display hitch.
best regards,
- Paul

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