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Morley Safer, veteran '60 Minutes' correspondent, dies at 84
During a visit last Friday with a frail Morley Safer, Tom Brokaw exchanged memories with him about fellow journalists Ben Bradlee, Don Hewitt and others who had died.
British bookmakers made actor Tom Hiddleston the favorite to become the next James Bond on Thursday after a newspaper report that Daniel Craig is "done" playing the superspy.
The 'crazy' ride from obscurity to Cannes' red carpet
British actress Hayley Squires is reveling in rave reviews for her breakout role in a Ken Loach film at Cannes, where she has been swept into a whirlwind of camera flashes, designer dresses and celebrity hobnobbing.
Cranston in the multifaceted role of LBJ goes 'All the Way'
For five seasons of "Breaking Bad," Bryan Cranston displayed his versatility through the dramatic evolution of his character, Walter White, from milquetoast schoolteacher to meth-marketing monster.
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Spielberg on his 'bromance' with Rylance
You have to feel sorry for Tom Hanks. For nearly two decades from "Saving Private Ryan" to "Bridge of Spies," the actor has been the go-to star for director Steven Spielberg.
Hollywood is often accused of "eating itself" -- forever recycling its back catalog with endless remakes and sequels.
Though still few in number, female directors' impact at Cannes notable
Flanked by her colorful cast, the British director Andrea Arnold danced down the Cannes Film Festival red carpet to the thump of the hip-hop that adorns her electric road movie, "American Honey."
Interracial drama prompts Oscar buzz at Cannes
U.S. filmmaker Jeff Nichols said Monday he hoped his rapturously received Cannes contender "Loving," about an interracial couple's landmark marriage-rights case, would help change the current vicious tone of America's culture wars.
Cannes you say 'cheese'?
Actresses Sigrid Bouaziz, Kristen Stewart and Nora Von Waldstatten, from left, pose for photographers during a photo call for the film "Personal Shopper" at the 69th international film festival, Cannes, southern France, Tuesday, May 17.
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Striking Singapore death penalty film stirs emotions at Cannes Film Festival
Before he made his new film about the death penalty, Boo Junfeng sat down to tea with some of Singapore's retired hangmen.
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