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'Star Wars' fans applaud movie release slowdown

21 Sep 2018

NEW YORK Plans by Disney to slow down the release of future "Star Wars" projects are getting a thumbs up from fans, who also hope that new movies in the multi-billion dollar sci-fi franchise will be more creative.

Dragons, handmaids and housewives - it's time for the Emmys

17 Sep 2018

LOS ANGELES, Sept 17 "Game of Thrones" or "The Handmaid's Tale"? "Atlanta" or "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel"?

Escapism or realism? Top Emmy races pose a choice

15 Sep 2018

LOS ANGELES Fantasy or realism? That's the question at the Emmy Awards this year as voters choose whether to reward television dramas and comedies that provide comfort and escapism, or bleaker fare that echoes troubled times.

Oscar organisers retreat on 'popular film' category after backlash

06 Sep 2018

LOS ANGELES The Academy of Motion Pictures said on Thursday it would not go ahead with its proposed new "popular film" Oscar category at next year's awards ceremony.

'Effortlessly chic' Meghan Markle named People's best dressed woman

05 Sep 2018

LOS ANGELES Meghan Markle was named the best dressed woman of 2018 by People magazine on Wednesday in a rare accolade for royalty by the celebrity publication. | Video

'Effortlessly chic' Meghan Markle named People's best dressed woman

05 Sep 2018

LOS ANGELES, Sept 5 Meghan Markle was on Wednesday named the best dressed woman of 2018 by People magazine in a rare royal accolade by the celebrity publication.

Danny Boyle out as next James Bond movie director

22 Aug 2018

LOS ANGELES Acclaimed British director Danny Boyle has pulled out of the latest James Bond movie due to "creative differences," the producers of the multimillion-dollar film franchise said on Tuesday. | Video

Camila Cabello beats Beyonce, Drake for top VMA prizes

21 Aug 2018

Cuban-born Camila Cabello beat out heavy hitters Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Drake to take home the two top prizes at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) on Monday.

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