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James Bond movie 'No Time to Die' delayed again amid pandemic

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The global release of the James Bond movie "No Time to Die" was postponed to October from April, its producers said, another setback for movie theaters trying to rebuild a business crushed by the coronavirus pandemic. Read More

 

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Larry King, decades-long fixture of U.S. TV interviews, dead at 87

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Larry King, who quizzed thousands of world leaders, politicians and entertainers for CNN and other news outlets in a career spanning more than six decades, has died aged 87, his media company said in a statement on Saturday. More »

 

'Heroic hymn of the people': Chinese government film marks year since Wuhan lockdown

BEIJING (Reuters) - China premiered a patriotic documentary film on Friday to mark the one-year anniversary of Wuhan's coronavirus lockdown, part of a broader effort by authorities to cast the government's early response to COVID-19 in a positive light. More »

 

'Metallica' producer Bob Rock sells rights to over 40 tracks

(Reuters) - Record producer Bob Rock has sold his share of rights from a catalogue of 43 songs, including heavy metal band Metallica's self-titled album and singer Michael BublĂ©'s "Call Me Irresponsible" to Hipgnosis Songs Fund, the latest music insider to sell lucrative record catalogues as the explosion of online streaming attracts investors. More »

 

Lady Gaga, Tom Hanks bring star power to emotional, multicultural Biden inauguration

(Reuters) - An emotional Lady Gaga performed a dramatic version of the U.S. national anthem, Garth Brooks sang a cappella, and Tom Hanks hosted a star-studded nighttime celebration to cap President Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday. More »

 

Poet Amanda Gorman, 22, captures 'bruised, but whole' U.S. at Biden, Harris inauguration

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Amanda Gorman, the youngest poet in U.S. history to mark the transition of presidential power, offered a hopeful vision for a deeply divided country on Wednesday with her poem "The Hill We Climb". More »

 

UK stars from Ed Sheeran to Elton John raise alarm over post-Brexit music tours

LONDON (Reuters) - More than 100 British musicians, from Ed Sheeran, Sting and Pink Floyd's Roger Waters to classical stars like conductor Simon Rattle, have said tours of Europe by British artists are in danger because of Brexit. More »

 

Trump pardons rappers Lil Wayne, Kodak Black; 'Tiger King' misses out

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Rappers Lil Wayne and Kodak Black were among the beneficiaries of Donald Trump's wave of pardons in his last day in office on Wednesday, befitting a president who made his name in New York's tabloids and on reality TV. More »

 

U.S. actors union to decide whether to expel Trump

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The American actors union will hold a meeting to consider expelling U.S. President Donald Trump from its ranks. More »

 

Harvey Weinstein can be questioned in accusers' civil lawsuit, judge rules

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A federal judge in Manhattan on Tuesday rejected Harvey Weinstein's request to delay a deposition in a civil lawsuit by women who accused the imprisoned movie producer of sexual abuse and workplace harassment. More »

 

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