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  • Actor Rebel Wilson loses appeal on Australian defamation case

    MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian actor Rebel Wilson has lost an appeal against a court decision that cut a record payout against Germany's Bauer Media, which was found to have defamed her in a series of articles, Australian media reported on Friday.

  • Apple partners with Oscar-winning movie studio A24 for feature films

    (Reuters) - Apple Inc has inked a multi-year deal with A24, the studio behind Oscar-winning projects "Moonlight" and "Amy", a source familiar with the plans told Reuters, as the iPhone maker pushes deeper into original content and movies.

  • Dark, new 'Fantastic Beasts' movie grounded in real world

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Albus Dumbeldore is a young professor at Hogwarts School; the charismatic but evil Gellert Grindelwald is determined to manipulate the world for his own ends; and Newt Scamander, with his magical suitcase of strange creatures, is trying to stop him.

  • 'Spinal Tap' creators, Vivendi to mediate $400 million U.S. fraud lawsuit

    (Reuters) - The creators of "This Is Spinal Tap" have agreed to put their fraud lawsuit against Vivendi SA on hold while a mediator tries to resolve their $400 million case over the 1984 cult film.

  • Film Review: 'The Christmas Chronicles'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Director Clay Kaytis' "The Christmas Chronicles" isn't going to make audiences believe in the power of Christmas, let alone stoke the spirit of the holiday season, but boy does it exhaust itself trying. The family-friendly adventure, about two kids whose Christmas Eve mission to capture Santa Claus (Kurt Russell) leads to helping him save the holiday, plays like a love letter to producer Chris Columbus' previous works without ever distinguishing itself. With its saccharine score, saturated cinematography, and trite platitudes, the film is formulaic and forgettable except for Russell's performance as the lovable legend.

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  • IOC faces 2026 Winter Games conundrum as cities flee

    (Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is facing its most serious bidding crisis in decades as cities drop out of the 2026 Winter Games bid race en masse, leaving a field of just two candidates.

  • Olympics-IOC faces 2026 Winter Games conundrum as cities flee

    Nov 16 (Reuters) - The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is facing its most serious bidding crisis in decades as cities drop out of the 2026 Winter Games bid race en masse, leaving a field of just two candidates.

  • TV Review: Catherine Zeta-Jones in 'Queen America'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The migration of movie stars to television has resulted in some series that seem divinely ordained -- from Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon in "Big Little Lies" to Billy Bob Thornton and Kirsten Dunst on "Fargo" -- and others that feel significantly more random. "Queen America," which forces an Oscar winner to tamp down all that's best about her persona, is one of the latter cases.

  • Carrie, Chris and Keith steal the show at the Country Music Awards

    (Reuters) - Chris Stapleton was the big winner but Carrie Underwood and her unborn baby stole the limelight at the Country Music Association (CMA) awards on Wednesday.

  • TV Review: 'Dirty John'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Just about any crime story can find an audience if it's told with enough drama and intrigue. Though the true crime genre has been exploding in recent years thanks to podcasts ("Serial") and documentary series ("The Jinx," "Making a Murderer"), the widespread fascination with what makes people turn on each other -- and how to withstand it -- has fueled shows like "Unsolved Mysteries" and "Law & Order: SVU" for decades. As much as anything else, true crime and the fiction inspired by it has something of a built-in audience, ready and waiting to see what the hell new twist reality can serve up.

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