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Bollywood star Khan's latest Eid release hits screens

Mumbai - Bollywood bad boy Salman Khan's latest movie opened in Indian cinemas Friday but film analysts are sceptical it will have the same box office success as his previous Eid blockbusters.

Review: This week’s releases understand their respective genres Special

This week’s releases include a new sci-fi TV series; an action movie starring a famous hero; a Swedish take on the American splatter horror movie; and a movie that was preceded by its soundtrack.

Han Solo 'Star Wars' spinoff movie loses its directors

Los Angeles - A spinoff movie of the "Star Wars" franchise about the early life of smuggler and crack pilot Han Solo has lost its two directors, the production company behind the project said on Tuesday.

Fran Drescher ('The Nanny') talks Cancer Schmancer Cabaret Cruise Special

New York - On June 19, Fran Drescher ("The Nanny") sat down and chatted with me prior to her Cancer Schmancer Cabaret Cruise, which took place on the Hornblower Infinity in Manhattan.

Op-Ed: Derren Brown puts on best magic show for the first half of 2017

New York - While the year 2017 is halfway over, British mentalist and magician Derren Brown put on the best show in Manhattan with "Secret."

Review: Chris D'Elia hilarious at The Paramount, owns female heckler Special

Huntington - On June 17, comedian Chris D'Elia performed two stand-up comedy shows at The Paramount. Digital Journal reviewed his later show (10:30 p.m.)

Review: Niels Duinker amazing on new juggling book 'Learn to Juggle' Special

Pigeon Forge - World class juggler Niels Duinker has released his new book "Learn to Juggle," and it recommended for all aspiring jugglers.

Review: ‘Rough Night’ not so rough for audiences Special

The new R-rated comedy ‘Rough Night’ makes its way into the male-dominated genre with a terrific cast and dead stripper.

Review: Norm Macdonald headlines The Paramount on Long Island Special

Huntington - On June 16, Canadian comedian Norm Macdonald ("Saturday Night Live") headlined The Paramount on Long Island, as part of the venue's "Comedy Series."

TV and soap actress Lois Robbins discusses new play 'L.O.V.E.R.' Special

North Salem - TV and soap actress Lois Robbins chatted with Digital Journal about her new play "L.O.V.E.R.," which runs until June 25 at The School House Theater in North Salem.

Ian Kahn talks final season of 'TURN: Washington's Spies' Special

Actor Ian Kahn chatted with Digital Journal about his role as George Washington in the AMC series "TURN: Washington's Spies."

Los Angeles lights up City Hall with Batman signal

Los Angeles - A giant Bat-signal lit up the side of City Hall in Los Angeles Thursday night to honor Batman actor Adam West, who played the superhero role in the 1960s television series.He died on Friday at age 88 following a battle with leukemia.

Review: People are trying to find their way in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include the next chapter in an assassin’s tale; a love story with global implications; a new season of animated satire; and a few titles from our recent pasts.

Leeza Gibbons talks about father, Philips Lifeline, Betty White Special

Emmy winner Leeza Gibbons opened up with Digital Journal about how she almost lost her father ("Pops') as she calls him to a heart attack but, technology, the Philips Lifeline, saved his life.

‘Wonder’ trailer has a lot of heart Special

The ‘Wonder’ trailer makes viewers feel all the feels as it summarizes the story of a boy with facial differences going to school for the first time.

‘Battle of the Sexes’ trailer recreates competitive energy Special

Emma Stone and Steve Carell are the spitting image of their real-life counterparts in the ‘Battle of the Sexes’ trailer.

‘The Big Sick’ trailer isn’t promoting a typical rom-com Special

‘The Big Sick’ is a romantic comedy that takes a different approach to the ups and downs of a budding relationship by taking one-half of the potential partnership out of the equation.

Jessica Jane talks magic career, influences and 'Fool Us' Special

Acclaimed female magician Jessica Jane Peterson chatted with Digital Journal about her forthcoming appearance on Penn & Teller's show "Fool Us," and her future endeavors in magic.

Midler, millennial angst scoop Broadway's Tony Awards

New York - Bette Midler won best actress in a musical while an edgy new tale of millennial angst scooped six awards including best musical at Broadway's equivalent of the Oscars for US theater.The glitzy revival of "Hello, Dolly!
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