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Funnyman Ricky Gervais, nature TV broadcaster Sir David Attenborough, and actress Joanna Lumley have called on China's President Xi Jinping to ban the country's trade in ivory.
We're all about Fifty Shades of Plaid.
Actresses Edie Falco and Anjelica Huston have become the faces of a new PETA advertising campaign championing the New York City Mayor's decision to ban horse-drawn carriages in the Big Apple.
Actor/singer David Soul is urging his fans to get behind a campaign to end the illegal dog meat trade in Asia.
Hollywood actor Liam Neeson has vowed to step up his fight to save New York's iconic horse-drawn carriages after the city's mayor moved forward with a proposed ban.
Alternative rockers Parsonsfield are heading to Broadway to perform original music for a new show based on the tale of English outlaw Robin Hood.
Bruce Springsteen has joined the ranks of the celebrity children's authors by turning his 2009 song Outlaw Pete into a new story book.
'Jabberjaw' is begging to be on the big screen.
Rocker Joan Jett has urged lawmakers in Rhode Island to ban the use of bullhooks by elephant trainers in a bid to protect the animals from inhumane treatment.
White House Down star Joey King has been cast to play a young woman who helps to bring polygamist Mormon leader Warren Jeffs to justice in a TV film.
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Which Oscar-nominated actor went to school with the Duke of Cambridge?
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