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  • Alec Baldwin defends film maker Woody Allen as Hollywood backs away

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actor Alec Baldwin on Tuesday expressed support for film maker Woody Allen as a growing number of entertainment industry stars seek to distance themselves from the "Annie Hall" director as part of the Time's Up campaign against sexual misconduct.

  • Film Review: 'Itzhak'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Good music and good company make "Itzhak" a pleasure, though those seeking a methodical career overview should look elsewhere than this genial personality sketch of the world-famous violinist. Alison Chernick's documentary captures the Manhattan-dwelling subject at home and on tour around the globe, hobnobbing with classical colleagues as well as the likes of close friend Alan Alda and former POTUS Obama. It's a portrait custom-made for public television (and duly co-produced by PBS' American Masters), though one that would also appeal to a select audience in limited theatrical exposure.

  • Timothee Chalamet Donates Salary From Woody Allen Film to Time's Up, Other Charities

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Timothee Chalamet is the latest high-profile actor to donate film earnings to the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund.

  • Bidder for the Weinstein Company says bankruptcy may be best option

    (Reuters) - Killer Content Inc, the movie producer that has partnered with philanthropist Abigail Disney in a consortium vying to acquire the Weinstein Company, said on Monday that a bankruptcy may be the best way forward for the U.S. film and TV studio.

  • France's Deneuve apologizes to sex assault victims, stands by letter

    PARIS (Reuters) - Actress Catherine Deneuve apologized to victims of sexual assault who were offended by a column denouncing "puritanism" she signed following the Harvey Weinstein scandal, but maintained her reservations about the #MeToo campaign.

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  • Film Review: 'Itzhak'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Good music and good company make "Itzhak" a pleasure, though those seeking a methodical career overview should look elsewhere than this genial personality sketch of the world-famous violinist. Alison Chernick's documentary captures the Manhattan-dwelling subject at home and on tour around the globe, hobnobbing with classical colleagues as well as the likes of close friend Alan Alda and former POTUS Obama. It's a portrait custom-made for public television (and duly co-produced by PBS' American Masters), though one that would also appeal to a select audience in limited theatrical exposure.

  • Widow of Eagles guitarist Frey sues NYC hospital for wrongful death

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The widow of Glenn Frey on Tuesday filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan over its treatment of the former co-lead singer and guitarist for The Eagles before he died in January 2016 at age 67.

  • Kim Kardashian announces birth of third child, this one by surrogate

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Kim Kardashian and her rapper husband Kanye West announced their third child on Tuesday, a girl born to a surrogate.

  • Death of Cranberries star O'Riordan not suspicious - police

    DUBLIN (Reuters) - The death in London of Cranberries lead singer Dolores O'Riordan is not being treated as suspicious, police said on Tuesday, as tributes flowed in for one of Ireland's most successful artists.

  • Round Hill, investor in Beatles and Bruno Mars songs, raises new fund

    (Reuters) - Round Hill Music Royalty Partners, a private equity firm which invests in the copyright of songs from artists such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Bruno Mars, said on Tuesday it had raised $263 million for its second fund.

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