Friday, December 14, 2018
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Keira Knightley sings her way through Chanel’s new Coco Crush video

Keira Knightley has carved out a stellar reputation as an actress, but the British star has now proven that she can sing beautifully, too...
Erika Ender Despacito

The woman behind ‘Despacito’ shares the secrets to its success

Erika Ender, the co-writer of "Despacito" -- the Spanish-language dance hit that turned into a worldwide sensation -- has a few ideas about the...
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Country star and Kidman husband releases feminist anthem

Country star Keith Urban, also known as husband of Hollywood A-lister Nicole Kidman, Wednesday unveiled a feminist empowerment anthem inspired by the abuse scandal...
gender and cuture

Is gender the new battleground in culture wars?

With a wave of films, television series and art shows championing "gender fluidity" and catwalks awash with "gender neutral" models and clothes -- the...
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Basquiat: Boom for Real opens at the Barbican

The explosive works of Jean-Michel Basquiat, a trailblazer of the New York art scene of the 1970s and 80s, are to be shown in...
Maria Callas

A diva remembered: key points in the life of Maria Callas

Maria Callas died 40 years ago but her status as one of opera's greatest stars remains undiminished, with new releases of CDs and exhibitions...

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory hero ‘was black boy’

The hero of Roald Dahl's "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" book was originally written as a black boy, the author's widow revealed on the...
patty jenkins wonder woman

Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins, confirmed for sequel

(Reuters) - Patty Jenkins will return to direct the 2019 sequel to this year's hit superhero movie "Wonder Woman," film trade publications said on...
IT movie

5 new movies based on best selling novels

Stephen King, Jo Nesbø and Agatha Christie are just some of the major authors who have inspired the seventh art this fall.It More than...
george and amal clooney

Is George Clooney planning to swap the red carpet for a political future?

VENICE (Reuters) - Breaking the brittle veneer of the picture-perfect suburbs of 1950s America, George Clooney's new satire tackles racial prejudice which the actor...

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