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Sunday, June 7, 2015
When producers asked Alan Cumming to host the Tony Awards this year, his heart sank.
Smithsonian documentary captures earthquake in Nepal
It's now a given that most every natural disaster, even in a location as remote as Nepal, will be captured by gripping amateur video. The challenge for the Smithsonian Channel was taking this material and making it mean something more.
What do you get when you take one of the year's biggest box office hits -- "Fifty Shades of Grey" -- and turn it over to funny man Marlon Wayans?
Beautiful cars, beautiful women, Hollywood hysteria and all-guys-together adventures -- "Entourage" is the latest TV series to hit the big screen, albeit to decidedly lukewarm reviews.
Two of reality TV's Duggar sisters who were fondled by their older brother when they were kids say they weren't even aware it had happened until he confessed and their parents told them about it.
Moroccan director Nabil Ayouch's movie on prostitution, "Much Loved," shown in Cannes but banned at home, has stirred heated debate in the conservative Muslim kingdom.
Saturday, June 6, 2015
Brian Wilson's genius, mental issues focus of film
With a shuffling gait and wearing jeans, sneakers and a blue plaid shirt that matches his eyes, Brian Wilson is at the center of a Hollywood whirlwind.
When it comes to favorite Tony Award moments, some of this year's nominees are divided into two main camps: The moments with Neil Patrick Harris and the ones with Hugh Jackman.
Thursday, June 4, 2015
Use of 'doggie double' in talent show causes uproar in the United Kingdom
Producers and TV executives have apologized for failing to inform viewers ahead of time that a dog trainer who won the season-ending finale of the highly rated "Britain's Got Talent" competition used a "doggie double" to perform a risky trick.
Fictional city-wrecking monster Godzilla has been granted special residency in Tokyo's Shinjuku ward, as a newly installed model of the lizard's huge head proves a pull to visitors.
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