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Bond film set for biggest opening at Odeon since summer 2019

(Reuters) - London-based cinema operator Odeon said on Monday it has sold more than 175,000 tickets for the James Bond movie "No Time to Die" that is hitting the big screen this week after multiple delays wrought by the pandemic. Read More


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Rolling Stones mark first tour without Charlie Watts with video tribute

(Reuters) - The Rolling Stones kicked off the U.S. leg of their "No Filter" tour on Sunday with a video tribute to their late drummer Charlie Watts. More »


'Moulin Rouge!', 'The Inheritance' win biggest Tony Awards as Broadway shows off its best

(Reuters) -AIDS play "The Inheritance" and musical "Moulin Rouge!" won the top honors at Broadway's Tony Awards on Sunday in a four-hour ceremony that promoted the return of live theatre and called for better opportunities for Black writers and performers. More »


Factbox-Key winners at the Tony Awards

(Reuters) - The Tony Awards for Broadway theatre were handed out in New York on Sunday after a delay of more than a year caused by the coronavirus pandemic. More »


Women win big at San Sebastian Film Festival

SAN SEBASTIAN (Reuters) - Women were the big winners at the final night of the San Sebastian Film Festival on Saturday, which saw American actress Jessica Chastain share the top acting prize with 16-year-old Danish actress Flora Ofelia Hofmann Lindahl. More »


'Massively grateful' Daniel Craig bids farewell to James Bond

LONDON (Reuters) - Daniel Craig thought he had wrapped up his tenure as James Bond with "Spectre", but the actor says his final fifth outing as the British secret agent in "No Time To Die" allowed him to fully complete his 007 journey. More »


Britney Spears' calls and texts were monitored, new documentary says

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A security firm hired by Britney Spears' father monitored the pop singer's phone calls and text messages during the court-sanctioned conservatorship she has lived under since 2008, according to a New York Times documentary released on Friday. More »


Autopsy shows 'The Wire' actor Michael K. Williams died of drug overdose

NEW YORK (Reuters) - An autopsy has confirmed actor Michael K. Williams, who played the shotgun-toting drug dealer Omar Little in the HBO crime drama “The Wire,” died of an overdose of drugs, the New York City medical examiner's office said on Friday. More »


R. Kelly's fate in jury's hands in sex trafficking trial

NEW YORK (Reuters) -A jury considering whether R. Kelly ran an illegal, decades-long racketeering scheme targeting women and underage girls for sex ended its first day of deliberations on Friday without reaching a verdict on the R&B superstar. More »


China urges cartoon producers to resist 'unhealthy' content

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's broadcasting regulator said it will encourage online producers to create "healthy" cartoons and clamp down violent, vulgar or pornographic content, as Beijing steps up efforts to bring its thriving entertainment industry to heel. More »


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