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Richonne rises in 'The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live' starring Andrew Lincoln and Danai Gurira

Love can blossom in the strangest of places, even in a post-apocalyptic world where your life is threatened by zombies all day, every day Read More

 

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It's an election year, and Biden's team is signaling a more aggressive posture toward the press

There have been no declarations that journalists are the “enemy of the people.” More »

 

Trial begins over ownership of handwritten lyrics to 'Hotel California'

A criminal trial over handwritten lyrics to the rock megahit “Hotel California” and other Eagles favorites has begun in New York More »

 

Death of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda days after 1973 coup should be reinvestigated, court rules

An appeals court says the death of Nobel laureate Pablo Neruda days after Chile's 1973 coup should be reinvestigated More »

 

Financially struggling Met Opera's 18 productions next season matches the fewest since 1980-81

The financially struggling Metropolitan Opera will present 18 productions in 2024-25, matching the current season and pandemic-curtailed 2019-20 for the fewest since 14 in strike-shortened 1980-81 More »

 

Jury selection begins for trial of 'Rust' armorer in fatal 2021 shooting by Alec Baldwin

Prosecutors are pursuing accountability in the 2021 death of a cinematographer who was shot by actor Alec Baldwin during a rehearsal for the Western movie “Rust." More »

 

Beatles to get a Fab Four of biopics, with a movie each for Paul, John, George and Ringo

The Beatles are getting the big-screen biopic treatment in a Fab Four of movies that will give each band member their own film More »

 

Kevin Costner and Christine Baumgartner's divorce is finalized, officially ending their marriage

The divorce of Kevin Costner and Christine Baumgartner, his wife of nearly two decades, has been finalized More »

 

Ethan Coen and Tricia Cooke give sexploitation cinema a queer spin in 'Drive-Away Dolls'

Ethan Coen and Tricia Cooke's “Drive-Away Dolls" signifies both the much-awaited return of Coen to narrative filmmaking and the giddy revival of a long-dormant spirit of ’70s B-movie filmmaking More »

 

San Francisco Opera commissions Huang Ruo's `The Monkey King' for 2025 premiere, based on novel

The San Francisco Opera has commissioned Huang Ruo to compose “The Monkey King” for a fall 2025 premiere — based on an episode from the 16th century Chinese novel “Journey to the West.” More »

 

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