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This is the moment an incredibly cute baby gorilla appeared to collapse in a fit of giggles when an adult started ticking his tummy.
Five-month-old Jengo was being showered with affection kwa the other gorillas in his enclosure at Leipzig zoo in eastern Germany when one of them reached out and gently prodded him on the ribs.
Displaying an almost human response to the sensation, Jengo's eyes lit up with joy and his mouth broke into a huge grin as the adult gorilla played with him.

Despite his tiny frame, Jengo is not the youngest gorilla in the enclosure after he was joined kwa a sister named Diara...
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Ben Whishaw’s turn as hi-tech boffin Q in the new James Bond film Skyfall is brave new territory indeed, he tells James Rampton.
Ben Whishaw admits that he was completely blindsided kwa this one. Hailed as one of the finest actors of his generation, the 32-year-old is about to play the MI6 boffin Q – all gadgets and geekiness — in Skyfall, the new Bond movie. But, he confesses, “I absolutely did not see the offer coming.”
Sam Mendes, the director of the film, had invited him for dinner. “I thought we were going to be discussing a Shakespeare project,” recalls Whishaw.
Bond is big....
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Whishaw prefers not to discuss his personal life, saying: "For me, it’s important to keep a level of anonymity. As an actor, your job is to persuade people that you’re someone else. So if you’re constantly telling people about yourself, I think you’re shooting yourself in the foot." In 2011 he told Out magazine, "As an actor wewe have total rights to privacy and mystery, whatever your sexuality, whatever wewe do. I don't see why that has to be something wewe discuss openly because wewe do something in the public eye. I have no understanding of why we turn actors into celebrities." However, in August 2013 a representative for Whishaw confirmed that he entered into a civil partnership with Australian composer Mark Bradshaw in August 2012.
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In his brief career to date, actor Ben Whishaw has made a big impact. He’s best known to theatregoers for taking the title role in Trevor Nunn’s award-winning production of Hamlet at the Old Vic in 2004, for which he was nominated for Best Actor honours in the 2005 Laurence Olivier and Whatsonstage.com Theatregoers’ Choice Awards and Outstanding Newcomer in the Evening Standard Awards.
Whishaw’s other professional stage credits have included Brother Jasper in His Dark Materials at the National, directed kwa Nicholas Hytner, and the leading role of Elliot in Philip Ridley’s Mercury...
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