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ByLauren SteadmanThursday , 22 October 2015
Watch It!

2015 MTV EMA’s
Awards Show
Lovable singer Ed Sheeran and breakout Orange is the New Black star Ruby Rose are joining forces to present the celebtastic MTV European Music Awards, which is to being held in Milan, Italy. Along with hosting duties, Ed will on hand to support BFF Taylor Swift, who’s nominated for a record-breaking nine awards, while Justin Bieber is also up for a number of gongs. Arch enemies Nicki Minaj and Miley Cyrus are pitted against each other in the Best Female category, and if their feud at last month’s VMA’s is anything to go by (will we ever forget “What’s good Miley?”), then expect a night full of gossip and scandal.
INFO: 4pm, Tue, 27 Oct, MTV Live HD


The Last Witch Hunter
Action Adventure
Vin Diesel (in pre-dad body shape) is the last witch hunter left and must stop New York being ravaged by a plague created by the most horrifying witches in history. 
INFO: In UAE cinemas from 22 Oct


Comedy Drama
An inner-city high school teacher (How I Met Your Mother’s Cobie Smulders) discovers she’s pregnant at the same time as one of her most promising students and so, the two strike up an unlikely friendship. 
INFO: In UAE cinemas from 22 Oct


The Walk
Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays Philippe Petit, a French high-wire artist who walks the massive void between the twin towers of the World Trade Centre in New York in 1974. It’s bound to have you on the edge of your seat.
INFO: Now showing in UAE cinemas 

Jurassic World
Action Adventure
The much-loved dinosaur series is back and Chris Pratt is the man responsible for saving the day when chaos breaks loose. 
INFO: Out now on DVD. 

The Brink
Catch the final episode of this Jack Black and Tim Robbins-led show about government agents who are desperately trying to prevent World War three from happening. 
INFO: 10pm, Mon 26 Oct, OSN First Comedy HD



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