Celebrities

Actress Katherine Helmond of TV’s ‘Soap,’ ‘Who’s the Boss?’ dies at 89

Actress Katherine Helmond of TV’s ‘Soap,’ ‘Who’s the Boss?’ dies at 89

Published 01/03/2019

(Reuters) - Actress Katherine Helmond, a seven-time Emmy Award nominee who played lusty matriarchs on the hit television sitcoms “Soap” and “Who’s the Boss” from [more…]

Motley Crue rock biopic: a tale of success, excess and ants

Motley Crue rock biopic: a tale of success, excess and ants

Published 01/03/2019

LONDON (Reuters) - Sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll: a new movie about the antics of 1980s metal hellraisers Motley Crue, a band known as [more…]

Actor Luke Perry hospitalized in LA after reported stroke

Actor Luke Perry hospitalized in LA after reported stroke

Published 28/02/2019

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Former “Beverly Hills, 90210” star Luke Perry is in the hospital under observation, his publicist said on Thursday, following a report [more…]

Michael Jackson’s legacy under microscope in new sex abuse film

Michael Jackson’s legacy under microscope in new sex abuse film

Published 28/02/2019

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Almost 10 years after his sudden death, Michael Jackson’s legacy is under fresh scrutiny in a documentary about alleged child sex [more…]

Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan attend armed forces charity awards

Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan attend armed forces charity awards

Published 07/02/2019

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle attended an awards ceremony on Thursday evening for the Endeavour Fund, which supports the [more…]

‘Lego Movie’ sequel hopes to build on the first

‘Lego Movie’ sequel hopes to build on the first

Published 07/02/2019

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The residents of Bricksburg return to the big screen this week in “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part”, this time [more…]

Tales of power and injustice open a politically-charged Berlinale

Tales of power and injustice open a politically-charged Berlinale

Published 07/02/2019

BERLIN (Reuters) - The ability of the weak to hold their own against the powerful loomed over the first day of the Berlinale, in which [more…]

Woody Allen sues Amazon Studios for quitting movie deal

Woody Allen sues Amazon Studios for quitting movie deal

Published 07/02/2019

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Woody Allen sued Amazon Studios on Thursday, saying he deserves at least $68 million in damages over their refusal to distribute [more…]

Canadian hit ‘Schitt’s Creek’ gets 15 Canadian Screen Award nods

Canadian hit ‘Schitt’s Creek’ gets 15 Canadian Screen Award nods

Published 07/02/2019

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian comedy “Schitt’s Creek” and drama “Anne with an E” led the nominations for the Canadian Screen Awards, grabbing 15 nods each [more…]

BAFTA suspends ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ director Bryan Singer nomination

BAFTA suspends ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ director Bryan Singer nomination

Published 07/02/2019

LONDON (Reuters) - The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has suspended “Bohemian Rhapsody” director Bryan Singer’s nomination for Sunday’s awards ceremony following [more…]