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October, 22, 2016

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'Inferno' premiere
From left, Ben Foster, Sidse Babett Knudsen, director Ron Howard, Tom Hanks, Ana Ularu, Felicity Jones, Omar Sy, Irrfan Khan, and writer Dan Brown, pose for a group photo at the premiere of the movie "Inferno," based on a novel by Dan Brown, at the opera house in Florence, Italy, Saturday, Oct. 8.
Lumiere Festival opens
Italian actress Monica Bellucci poses for photographers as she arrives at the opening ceremony of the 8th Lumiere Festival, in Lyon, central France, Saturday, Oct. 8.
Golden reunion
Boyband 5566 reunite for a performance at Taiwan's Golden Bell television awards in Taipei on Saturday, Oct. 8.
Filmmaker resists shrinking press freedom
South Korea's recent fall in global press freedom rankings comes as no particular surprise to Choi Seung-ho.
In '20th Century Woman,' director Mike Mills has made an ode to moms
Director Mike Mills had some advice for his audience at the New York Film Festival: Make a movie about your mom.
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck resurrected their "Good Will Hunting" roles, not to mention their Boston accents, in a special one night only live read from the script Friday in New York.
'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' on hold after robbery
The E! Network has shut down production on "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" since Kim Kardashian West was held up in Paris.
'The Magnificent Seven'  rides again, with more guns
Deciding to remake "The Magnificent Seven" with a fresh batch of movie stars is certainly no sin. John Sturges' 1960 tome, itself a remake of Akira Kurosawa's classic "Seven Samurai," is a fun confection of star power and charismatic bravado, sure, .....
In 'Storks,' a dormant baby delivery business
The question of "Where do babies come from?" has been answered, throughout movie history, with some unsavory characters. In the case of "Rosemary's Baby," a demonic neighbor was to blame. In "Knocked Up," it was Seth Rogen's doing. The truth can hurt.
Watchdog and activist groups are outraged by a Fox News Channel segment in which an interviewer asked people in New York's Chinatown if he was supposed to bow to greet them, if they were selling stolen goods and if they could "take care of North Korea for us."
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