The A-list actors who could star in the movie adaptation of “Killers of the Flower Moon’

The rights to “Killers of the Flower Moon” have been sold for $5 million, and the rumors of who will direct and who will play the lead characters have already started. Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric spoke with David Grann about who might play the main characters of his book if it is made into a movie.

  • Ryanair strike: Hundreds of flights to Spain, Portugal and Belgium cancelled in summer holiday walkout
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    Ryanair strike: Hundreds of flights to Spain, Portugal and Belgium cancelled in summer holiday walkout

    Tens of thousands of Ryanair customers have had their summer holiday fights cancelled after a cabin crew strike forced the airline to ground up to 600 planes. The Irish airline has cancelled hundreds of flights to and from Spain, Portugal and Belgium on Wednesday and Thursday next week.

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    Complete list of every full moon in 2018, including July's Thunder Moon

    Complete list of every full moon in 2018, including July's Thunder Moon

  • Tottenham fixtures: Pre-season tour friendlies, tickets, International Champions Cup 2018 TV coverage, schedule in full
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    Tottenham fixtures: Pre-season tour friendlies, tickets, International Champions Cup 2018 TV coverage, schedule in full

    Tottenham begin pre-season with a renewed sense of optimism after star assets Mauricio Pochettino and Harry Kane signed contract extensions.

  • Bitcoin price live: Latest updates as cryptocurrency rally continues
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    Bitcoin price live: Latest updates as cryptocurrency rally continues

    Bitcoin fell to its lowest price of 2018 in June, having experienced its worst start to a year since the cryptocurrency was founded, however it is showing signs of recovery. The value of bitcoin rose more than twenty-fold in 2017, generating huge amounts of interest in cryptocurrencies like ethereum and bitcoin cash. After peaking at close to $20,000 in December, bitcoin's value fell to below $10,000 within a matter of weeks.

  • Miley Cyrus ‘splits’ from fiancé Liam Hemsworth as she’s ‘not ready to start a family’
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    Miley Cyrus ‘splits’ from fiancé Liam Hemsworth as she’s ‘not ready to start a family’

    Miley Cyrus has reportedly called off her wedding to Liam Hemsworth after they clashed over when to start a family. The US pop star, 25, is thought to have ended her on-off relationship with the Australian actor, 28 after realising that that she wasn’t ready for marriage and parenthood. “He wants kids and doesn't want to keep putting it off but it's not quite the timeline Miley had in mind... he is left heartbroken,” a source told OK! Australia.

  • Novichok poisoning: Russian suspects in Skripal attack sent coded message saying 'The package has been delivered'
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    Novichok poisoning: Russian suspects in Skripal attack sent coded message saying 'The package has been delivered'

    Novichok poisoning: Russian suspects in Skripal attack sent coded message saying 'The package has been delivered'

  • Pro-Assad villages evacuated in deal with Syrian insurgents
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    Pro-Assad villages evacuated in deal with Syrian insurgents

    Two pro-government villages in northwestern Syria were evacuated on Thursday, state television reported, in an agreement between the Damascus government and insurgents who had laid siege to them for several years. In exchange, the government was due to release hundreds of prisoners from its jails. Pro-Damascus TV stations said at least 20 buses carrying "militants" released from jail had crossed into rebel-held territory under the agreement.

  • TfL Tube announcements will tell London Underground commuters to 'look up' for people who need a seat
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    TfL Tube announcements will tell London Underground commuters to 'look up' for people who need a seat

    New Tube announcements will tell commuters to "look up" for people who may be in greater need of a seat. Transport for London will be trialling the announcements across the London Underground network from this week. It comes after a campaign was set up by customer Corry Shaw who uses a 'Please Offer Me a Seat' badge.

  • 24 Hours in A and E viewers hail this elderly couple 'a true love story'
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    24 Hours in A and E viewers hail this elderly couple 'a true love story'

    Heartbroken Andrew left viewers in tears as he opened up about their 53 year marriage

  • No plan for surge in driving permits after no-deal Brexit, say auditors
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    No plan for surge in driving permits after no-deal Brexit, say auditors

    The government has no business plan if post offices are forced to issue up to 7m international driving permits in a single year in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Whitehall’s spending watchdog has disclosed. A National Audit Office report examining the Department for Transport’s readiness for leaving the EU also expresses concern that plans to manage traffic flow at Dover without a deal are behind schedule. All government departments are expected to have full contingency plans in place in case the UK withdraws from the EU in March 2019 without an agreement.

  • London Bridge terror attack heroes among those receiving gallantry awards
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    London Bridge terror attack heroes among those receiving gallantry awards

    Eight awards have been given to police officers and everyday heroes who were involved during the June 2017 London Bridge and Borough Market terror attack. Ignacio Echeverria, a 39-year-old Spanish banker, died whilst trying to defend a woman from the terrorists, armed with only his skateboard. PC Wayne Marques, a British Transport Police Officer, and PC Charles Guenigault, from the Metropolitan Police, also receive the George Medal.

  • Australian guard saw indigenous prisoner's breathing difficulty as a ruse, inquest told
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    Australian guard saw indigenous prisoner's breathing difficulty as a ruse, inquest told

    A mentally ill indigenous prisoner in Australia who died after being restrained appeared to be pretending to struggle for breath as a "diversionary tactic" to avoid moving cells, a guard who helped hold him down told an inquest on Thursday. Indigenous people are just 700,000 of Australia's population of 24 million, but form a disproportionate number of prisoners and rank near the bottom on economic and social indicators. The guard, one of five who held down David Dungay Jr, 26, in his cell in 2015, said that despite having no medical training, he believed the prisoner's gasps amounted to hyperventilating and that he could keep the man conscious by making him speak.

  • Burberry burning stock worth millions 'to stop it getting into the wrong hands'
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    Burberry burning stock worth millions 'to stop it getting into the wrong hands'

    Burberry has been burning millions of pounds worth of stock in order to stop it getting into the wrong hands, reports say. The luxury label, famous for its trench coats and handbags , has destroyed more than £28 million of unwanted products in the last 12 months. According to The Times, it is common for designer brands to destroy unwanted stock in order to stop them being sold at discount prices.

  • Sachin Tendulkar and Middlesex launch new academy for young cricketers
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    Sachin Tendulkar and Middlesex launch new academy for young cricketers

    Sachin Tendulkar has announced a partnership with Middlesex to launch a global coaching academy for young cricketers. The Tendulkar Middlesex Global Academy will run its first camp at Merchant Taylor’s School in Northwood in August and plans further camps in Mumbai (Tendulkar’s birthplace), London and beyond. Richard Goatley, Middlesex’s CEO, said he believed this would be “the market-leading coaching programme in the world”.

  • 11 movies that ended up working better on TV
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    11 movies that ended up working better on TV

    From Italian gangsters to teenage werewolves. From Digital Spy

  • Alcohol-related liver disease deaths among millennials increased 10% each year since recession, according to study
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    Alcohol-related liver disease deaths among millennials increased 10% each year since recession, according to study

    Alcohol-related liver disease deaths increased among millennials in America more than any other age group in the years following the 2008 recession, a new study has found. Researchers from the University of Michigan and VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System analysed hundreds of thousands of death certificates to track the rise in alcohol-related diseases between 2009 and 2016. The researchers focused on deaths caused by cirrhosis, a late-stage scarring of liver that is the end result of most chronic liver diseases.

  • Enjoy 15% off in the V&A shop to celebrate Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up
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    Enjoy 15% off in the V&A shop to celebrate Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up

    As London flocks to see Frida Kahlo’s vibrant wardrobe, key self-portraits and photographs on display outside Mexico for the very first time, the iconic artist’s influence has swept through the V&A. At the heart of the museum’s main shop in South Kensington, the Pocket Studio has been transformed into a Mexican fiesta - bursting with colourful clothing, homeware and jewellery. Offering all V&A visitors the chance to take a piece of Kahlo’s beloved nation home, this exclusive collection was created in collaboration with designers and Mexican artisans.

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    Japan prosecutors charge Kobe Steel in fake data scandal

    TOKYO (AP) — Japanese prosecutors are charging major steelmaker Kobe Steel for falsifying data on a wide range of products.

  • Tory chief whip facing calls to resign over claims he told Conservative MPs to ignore 'pairing' agreement - as it happened
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    Tory chief whip facing calls to resign over claims he told Conservative MPs to ignore 'pairing' agreement - as it happened

    Julian Smith, the Tory chief whip, faced calls to resign over suggestions he intentionally ordered Tory MPs to defy "pairing" arrangements. Some Conservative backbenchers joined Labour in saying he should quit if it is proved that the events that led to Brandon Lewis, the Tory chairman, breaking an agreement not to vote were intentional. The new Brexit secretary took over from David Davis last week and has faced a difficult week as he attempts to win support for the government Brexit strategy agreed at Chequers.

  • Thailand's cave boys wake up at home for first time in weeks
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    Thailand's cave boys wake up at home for first time in weeks

    Thailand's rescued cave boys woke up in their own homes for the first time in more than three weeks on Thursday, with many rising at dawn to take part in a religious ceremony. During a national TV broadcast they smiled, joked and showed solidarity with one another, as they shared details of their traumatic experience inside the flooded Tham Luang cave complex. On Thursday, some of the boys and their relatives took part in religious ceremonies at Mae Sai's Wat Pha That Doi Wao temple – an ancient temple with scenic views of the surrounding countryside.

  • Roche still awaiting Tecentriq survival data in key study
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    Roche still awaiting Tecentriq survival data in key study

    Roche's Tecentric immunotherapy mixed with chemotherapy has not yet achieved a hoped-for overall survival target in first-line lung cancer treatment, the Swiss drugmaker said on Thursday. The Basel-based company is still waiting for final overall survival data. "We see the news likely sending (Roche's) share price down 3 percent to 4 percent," Bruno Bulic, a Baader Helvea analyst, said in a note to investors.

  • Speed Limit Could Rise In Motorway Roadworks
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    Speed Limit Could Rise In Motorway Roadworks

    Proposals laid out this week suggest raising 50 mph limits to 55 or 60 mph in certain places.

  • How to set up a free school in nine steps
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    How to set up a free school in nine steps

    How to set up a free school in nine steps

  • Alphabet to deploy balloon Internet in Kenya with Telkom in 2019
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    Alphabet to deploy balloon Internet in Kenya with Telkom in 2019

    Alphabet Inc's Loon said on Thursday it would deploy its system of balloons to beam high-speed Internet access with Telkom Kenya from next year to cover rural and suburban populations, marking its first commercial deal in Africa. Known as Project Loon, the technology was developed by Alphabet's X, the company's innovation lab. It has since become Loon, a subsidiary of Alphabet, which is the parent company of Google.

  • Summer holidays 2018 activities: Kid-friendly guide to London museums
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    Summer holidays 2018 activities: Kid-friendly guide to London museums

    London’s museums are not only interesting for weary adults, but they're the perfect place for entertaining young explorers, artists and scientists. If you think you could be in charge of an Einstein in the making, the Science Museum has the rocket fuel they need to get that brainpower going. From dinosaurs to dodos, get to know the natural world at the Natural History Museum.