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A cluster-balloonist who became the first person to fly the English Channel has launched a house into the sky just like in the Disney movie 'Up'. Intrepid Jonathan Trappe, 38, took off just like the 78-year-old character Carl Frederickson in the hit movie. Trappe has invested $170,000 into his Atlantic dream, for which he's been training his whole career, and now he's launching a site so ordinary people can play.
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The announcement marks the latest in a long line of sequels for film studio Pixar, which was once renowned for its original stories. Starring the voice talent of Albert Brooks as Marlin, and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres as his goofy, forgetful companion Dory, it made $867.8m (£555m) when it was released in 2003.
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Sandra Bruce, equalities strategist at Aberdeen City Council said: "Some of the key areas of debate around Gypsy Travellers are about halting sites, unauthorised encampments and associated environmental issues and the legal status of Gypsy/Travellers. The City Council actively promotes the need to eliminate discrimination and to encourage equality and this exhibition is an example of a pro-active approach to inform.
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Arndt won an Oscar for best original screenplay for the 2006 comedy Little Miss Sunshine. His screenplay for Toy Story 3 was nominated for best adapted screenplay in 2010.
Ford's Hollywood star rose with his appearances in the three Star Wars film, which he followed up with his role as archaeologist adventurer Indiana Jones and films including with The Fugitive and his Oscar-nominated turn in Witness. However, there actors Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher in older incarnations of their characters - Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia - from the original Star Wars trilogy. Harrison Ford, who played space smuggler Han Solo, is also reported to be interested in reprising his role.