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David Tennant

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FOR NEARLY FIVE YEARS, DAVID TENNANT WAS THE CHARMING LEADING man (or, rather, the charming leading alien) in the popular British scifiseries Doctor Who. Being typecast as the fun-loving doctor can be hard to avoid, and Tennant remained in the role longer than most. But now, more than eight years after leaving the show, he’s been adding more diabolical characters to his résumé: First, the mind-controlling rapist Kilgrave in Netflix’s Jessica Jones, and now a cold-blooded murderer in Bad Samaritan, a horror-thriller that hits theaters May 4.

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THE NEW IRON CURTAIN? For years, Russia has tried to weaken and divide the EU, supporting groups ranging from Catalan separatists in Spain to British Brexit activists. The Kremlin had offered loans to France’s National Front and used its propaganda channels to whip up fake news about the persecution of Russian minorities in the Baltics. According to Political Capital, a Budapest based think tank, Russian-based trolls, Twitter bots and social media sock puppets have been put to work, boosting exaggerated stories of crimes by immigrants and “selling pro-Kremlin narratives within a tabloid, conspiracy package.”