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1. Ypulse Essentials: Sneak Peeks At Snow Whites, Tyra Banks’ YA Novel, Selena Gomez’s Skyscraper In Spanish

This isn’t your grandmother’s “Snow White”! (Kristin Stewart is armed to the teeth for an upcoming rendition of the fairy tale, “Snow White & The Huntsmen.” Compare that to Lily Collins’s overly twee... Read the rest of this post

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2. Ypulse Essentials: First Look At ‘The Amazing Spider-Man,’ Millennials’ Digilife, Teen Privacy Protections Online

The teaser trailer for “The Amazing Spider-Man” is here, and we can’t help but wonder if this’ll be a bigger flop than the Broadway musical. Also, we miss Tobey McGuire. Over at Batman franchise headquarters, the trailer for... Read the rest of this post

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3. World Cup Wonders

Today sees the kick-off of the football (OK, soccer, but I’m British) World Cup in South Africa. Given that tomorrow sees England play the USA, this seems like the perfect time to bring you the below features from the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.

By the way, in case you’re wondering, I’m not supporting anyone. I’m Scottish. We didn’t make it into the competition (again).

Who would Fabio Capello, England manager, have picked with the whole of British history to choose from?

Editors at the ODNB have drawn on more than 55,000 historical figures to select an alternative XI: Cole, Crouch, and Terry, but not as you know them. They appear alongside a team of true footballing greats who’d have had more of a chance.

Crouch and Crouch

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