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‘I put on 40 pounds of muscle. Holy mackerel!’ Pablo Schreiber on playing Halo’s ripped hero

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And so, after 17 years of false starts, numerous failed attempts at feature films (including a Peter Jackson venture), more than 265 drafts, a reported budget of $200m and a production schedule in Hungary decimated by...

‘I was terrified’: the vet sterilizing Pablo Escobar’s cocaine hippos

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When Gina Paola Serna studied to become a biologist and veterinarian in Colombia, she never expected to one day be tasked with neutering an invasive herd of hippos that once belonged to Pablo Escobar. When they were s...

‘The road transforms into a makeshift beach’: Pablo Albarenga’s best phone picture

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After moving from Uruguay to São Paulo, Brazil, during the pandemic, photographer Pablo Albarenga revelled in exploring his new home by bike. It felt like a safe, freeing way to familiarise himself with its vastness; ...

A nightmarish banquet of bling: Pablo Bronstein’s Hell in Its Heyday review

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Who knew hell would be so much fun? Pink-striped cakes the size of skyscrapers teeter on gilded platters near a gigantic lobster, while masked sunbathers loll by a swimming pool, beneath an elaborate baroque diving bo...

Can an animal be a person? Yes – if they are Pablo Escobar’s cocaine hippos

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For all those who keep up with Pablo Escobar’s “cocaine hippos”, some happy news: a federal US court has recognised them as “interested persons” with legal rights. The hippos owned by the late Colombian kingpin, and t...

Found: the ‘how to draw’ books Pablo Picasso created for his daughter

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They are the ultimate “how to draw” books for a young child, created by a doting dad who just happened to be one of the greatest artists of the 20th century. The granddaughter of Pablo Picasso has discovered an extrao...

How Pablo Escobar’s ‘cocaine hippos’ became a biodiversity nightmare

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Animals brought illegally to Colombia by the drug kingpin have been allowed to roam free and are now disrupting the fragile ecosystem How to listen to podcasts: everything yo...

Nobel winner Pablo Neruda was almost denied prize because of odes to Stalin

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Pablo Neruda may have won the Nobel prize for literature in 1971, but newly opened archives in Stockholm reveal the judging panel’s concerns about the Chilean poet’s “communist tendencies”. The list of writers in the ...

Pablo Escobar’s ‘cocaine hippos’ are people too, US court rules

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The offspring of hippos once owned by Colombian drug kingpin Pablo Escobar can be recognized as people or “interested persons” with legal rights in the US following a federal court order. The case involves a lawsuit a...

Pablo Iglesias leaves Spanish politics, ‘very proud’ of Podemos legacy

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One of the more remarkable and once-unthinkable trajectories in modern Spanish politics came to an end a little before midnight on Tuesday when the Podemos leader and former deputy prime minister Pablo Iglesias announ...

Pablo Iglesias walks out of Madrid debate in clash over death threat

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The Unidas Podemos leader and former Spanish deputy prime minister, Pablo Iglesias, has walked out of a Madrid regional election debate after the candidate for the far-right Vox party cast doubt on the death threat he...

Pablo Picasso: hidden photos reveal the artistic talent of his lover and muse

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To many, she is La Femme qui Pleure, the weeping woman whose anguish was portrayed in a series of paintings by Pablo Picasso, to whom she was both mistress and muse. In truth, Dora Maar, the model for the paintings, w...