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Arnold Schwarzenegger says feeling 'fantastic' after heart surgery

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Action star Arnold Schwarzenegger said on Friday he has had heart surgery but is feeling "fantastic." Read More

 

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Borat bounces back just ahead of U.S. elections

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - In 2006, he shocked the world with his scathing cultural satire of the United States in "Borat." Now British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen is back with a mockumentary sequel that is garnering mixed reviews two weeks ahead of the U.S. elections. More »

 

Rousing emotion as 'The Great Gatsby' reopens in London West End

LONDON (Reuters) - Amid the sharp suits and glamorous dresses in 1920s styles, the fashion accessory of 2020 - the face mask - stood out as guests lined up in a socially distanced queue for the relaunch of "The Great Gatsby" in London's West End on Thursday evening. More »

 

Paul McCartney to release solo album in December

LONDON (Reuters) - Paul McCartney will release "McCartney III" in December, a new collection of stripped-back songs all written, performed and produced by the ex-Beatle, 50 years after his first solo album. More »

 

Punk lives again as The Damned reform for 2021 tour

LONDON (Reuters) - British punk band The Damned has reformed in its original line-up after more than three decades and the members, all now in their mid-60s, will hit the road for a one-off tour next July. More »

 

South Korea's pop culture machine boosts Netflix's international growth: source

NEW YORK/SEOUL (Reuters) - A zombie drama, a TV series about a supernatural nurse and one about an antisocial children's book author helped turn South Korea into one of Netflix's biggest sources of growth in the international markets, a source familiar with the matter said. More »

 

Academy-award winner Jeff Bridges diagnosed with lymphoma

(Reuters) - Academy-award winner Jeff Bridges, known for his role in the 1998 film "The Big Lebowski", has been diagnosed with lymphoma, the actor announced on Monday evening. More »

 

Netflix turns to telecoms tie-ups in challenging African markets

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Netflix Inc is showing more African-made content and working with telecoms operators to make it easier for potential subscribers to make payments, a senior executive told Reuters ahead of its third-quarter results on Tuesday. More »

 

'Rebecca' proves to be the novel that keeps on giving

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Daphne du Maurier's beloved novel “Rebecca” has seen multiple screen adaptations but the director of the latest film version believes his may be the closest to the 1938 book. More »

 

Pitt's 'Fight Club' jacket, 'Pretty Woman' boots up for sale in memorabilia auction

LONDON (Reuters) - Film fans will have the chance to get their hands on the thigh-high patent leather boots worn by Julia Roberts in "Pretty Woman" or Tom Cruise's "Top Gun" bomber jacket when nearly 1,000 items of movie memorabilia go on sale in an auction in December. More »

 

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