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  • James Bond movie gets a title - 'No Time to Die'

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The new James Bond film finally has a title - "No Time to Die" - and an April 2020 release date, producers announced on Tuesday.

  • Female paleontologists don beards to get level playing field

    NEW YORK, Aug 19 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Fed up with being overlooked as a female scientist despite wading through mud carting heavy equipment and working twice as hard as her male colleagues, Dr. Ellen Currano is on a drive for change - by donning a beard.

  • Box office: 'Good Boys' leads crowded weekend with $21 million

    LOS ANGELES, (Variety.com) - The Bean Bag Boys, the self-appointed nickname for the trio of best friends in Universal's "Good Boys," are conquering much more than sixth grade. They are also leading the domestic box office, exceeding expectations and collecting $21 million on opening weekend.

  • 'Easy Rider' actor Peter Fonda dead at age 79

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Oscar nominated actor Peter Fonda, who played a cool and introspective motorcyclist in the 1969 film "Easy Rider" that captured the spirit of the era's counterculture movement, died on Friday at age 79, his family said in a statement.

  • Film Review: Marlon Wayans in 'Sextuplets' on Netflix

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Once the funniest and most ubiquitous family in Hollywood, the Wayans siblings -- Damon, Keenen Ivory, Kim, Shawn and so on -- have largely faded from the scene in recent years, leaving youngest brother Marlon (now nearing 50) to carry the mantle. Audiences may not be showing up for sendups like "Scary Movie" and "Dance Flick" like they used to, but Marlon has figured out a foolproof solution: Make lowbrow laffers with search-friendly titles directly for Netflix, and the checks keep rolling in.

  • 'Creating Woodstock': how festival came together, and almost fell apart

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Mick Richards was among the 450,000 people at Woodstock in 1969, but he did not think much about his "uneventful" 24 hours there until years later, when his teenage son started asking about the festival.

  • Amid fresh meltdown, Argentine film gives last laugh to victims of 2001 crisis

    (Reuters) - With Argentina once again reeling from a financial crisis, a film released on Thursday shows residents from a village outside Buenos Aires pursuing the dream of many of those left penniless by the country's 2001 debt default: getting their money back.

  • Amid fresh meltdown, Argentine film gives last laugh to victims of 2001 crisis

    Aug 15 (Reuters) - With Argentina once again reeling from a financial crisis, a film released on Thursday shows residents from a village outside Buenos Aires pursuing the dream of many of those left penniless by the country's 2001 debt default: getting their money back.

  • Film Review: Cate Blanchett in 'Where'd You Go, Bernadette'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - What, exactly, are we to make of Bernadette Fox (Cate Blanchett), the dysfunctional slacker architect with the racing tongue and the porcupine disposition who's at the center of Richard Linklater's "Where'd You Go, Bernadette"?

  • Mexico to penalize creators of TV series seen as 'dirty campaign' against president

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's top electoral court said on Wednesday it would penalize the creators of a TV series after ruling that they had broken election laws by promoting a "dirty campaign" against President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador when he was a candidate.

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