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Austin Butler ‘beats Harry Styles’ to play Elvis Presley

Austin Butler ‘beats Harry Styles’ to play Elvis Presley

Entertainment
Baz Luhrmann's Elvis Presley biopic has found its King - and it's sad news for One Direction fans as it's not Harry Styles.While Styles, along with Ansel Elgort and Miles Teller, had been rumoured to be in the running for the role, it has now been confirmed that it will be played by the relatively unknown actor Austin Butler. The 27-year-old posted a picture of a Deadline article confirming the announcement on his Instagram page, alongside the lyrics from Presley song Love Me Tender: "You have made my life complete, and I love you so." Image: Harry Styles was reportedly in the running for the role Luhrmann said it had been a competitive casting contest.In a statement, the director said that through "a journey of extensive screen testi...
Nations League: England drop Kieran Trippier but Harry Kane included

Nations League: England drop Kieran Trippier but Harry Kane included

Sports
Tottenham defender Kieran Trippier has been left out of England's 23-man squad for the Nations League finals, but captain Harry Kane has been included after an ankle injury.Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold and Manchester City's Kyle Walker have been preferred to Trippier at right-back.Spurs' Harry Winks and Southampton's Nathan Redmond and James Ward-Prowse were also overlooked. Tottenham striker Kane has not played since 9 April.England face the Netherlands in the semi-finals in Guimaraes on 6 June.Hosts Portugal play Switzerland in the other semi-final on 5 June in Porto. The third-place play-off and final are on 9 June.England boss Gareth Southgate said dropping Trippier was "as hard a d...
Could Harry and Meghan’s child pay US taxes?

Could Harry and Meghan’s child pay US taxes?

Business
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their first child and along with the excitement and nerves of being new parents could come an unwanted tax bill. As US citizens, Meghan - and her child - are liable to pay US taxes. With the baby's due date and the US's tax day - 15 April - fast approaching, here's a look at why these royals could be forced to pay money to the US government. The US is one of only a few countries to charge tax based on citizenship and not residency. Other countries that tax non-resident citizens include Eritrea and Myanmar. This means that even though the duke and duchess will be living at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor, the US government still expects Meghan to file tax returns with the Internal Revenue ...