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3 Aug 2017
With a plot centred on racial tensions and police brutality, "Detroit" is set to open in theatres nationwide.
3 Aug 2017
'Will & Grace' cast was given the Los Angeles mayor's seal of approval as they gathered to celebrate the first day of shooting of their new season.
2 Aug 2017
Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling has apologised to the family of a wheelchair-bound boy for tweets in which she accused U.S. President Donald Trump of ignoring his proffered hand at a media event.
2 Aug 2017
Jeanne Moreau, the quintessential French actress whose career blossomed with the New Wave cinema of the '60s, has died.
2 Aug 2017
The movie, created by a mainly female cast and crew uses humour to tell the story of modern day motherhood.
31 Jul 2017
Jeanne Moreau, the quintessential French actress whose career blossomed with the New Wave cinema of the '60s, has died.
28 Jul 2017
Smiley faces to rolling eyes: ''The Emoji Movie' premieres in L.A.
28 Jul 2017
Pop singer Justin Bieber accidentally hit a photographer with his truck after leaving a Beverly Hills church service Wednesday night. The photographer suffered non-life threatening injuries.
28 Jul 2017
Jada Pinkett Smith talks about her new film 'Girls Trip' and says it's not a 'black movie'.
26 Jul 2017
Barbara Sinatra died on Tuesday surrounded by friends and family in California.
26 Jul 2017
Libération is wondering if there are too many tourists in France and finally, famed French filmmaker Luc Besson releases his blockbuster "Valerian" here in France.
26 Jul 2017
Justin Bieber cancels tour but fans will get a refund.

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He's the legendary director of "Stand By Me", "Misery", "When Harry Met Sally" and "A Few Good Men". Eve Jackson talks to Rob Reiner about having one of the longest, and most golden, runs in history with his first seven films becoming cult classics. The filmmaker is at the Cannes Film Festival as his very first movie "This is Spinal Tap" is being screened on the beach.
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He's probably the most awaited director at this year's Cannes Film Festival. Dissident filmmaker Kirill Serebrennikov is the only Russian with a film in the official selection. In previous years, Russia banned him from going to Cannes. Now in exile in Berlin, his film "Tchaikovsky’s Wife" is competing for the top prize. Eve Jackson speaks to him about what it means to be there in person, why his film is not about Tchaikovsky's homosexuality and why it's important to defend Russian culture.
4 hours ago
In 2020, Thai youth sparked the largest wave of anti-government protests since the 2014 military coup. But human rights activists say persecutions and systematic harassment have weakened the pro-democracy movement.
4 hours ago
We take a look at some of the independent features in the sidebar sections of the 75th Cannes Film Festival. Olivia Salazar-Winspear tells us about Philippe Faucon’s "Les Harkis", which is screening in the Director's Fortnight selection. Set in 1959, it shines a light on the Algerian men who were enlisted to fight for the French Army in units known as Harkis and explores the repercussions they faced as a newly independent Algeria emerged from a deeply traumatic war of independence.
5 hours ago
Boris Johnson has again threatened to break post-Brexit agreements with the EU as victorious Sinn Fein accuses him of pandering to the DUP, which is blocking the formation of a government after recent elections.
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Lionel Messi’s agents have denied reports he has an agreement to become player-owner of Inter Miami CF. Messi has long been linked with a move to the MLS side once he decides to leave his current side, PSG.