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Monty Python's Gilliam: 'Conman' Trump is funnier than us

Paris - Monty Python's Terry Gilliam could be forgiven for thinking the whole Donald Trump presidency is a joke on him.This is a man after all who renounced his American citizenship in protest at George W. Bush.

Hollywood director Gilliam hits out at #MeToo 'mob rule'

Paris - Hollywood director Terry Gilliam said Friday that the #MeToo movement has morphed into "mob rule", claiming that while some women suffered, others used Harvey Weinstein to further their careers.

Rihanna hits Snapchat over beating ad, sending shares tumbling

New York - Rihanna on Thursday denounced Snapchat after an advertisement made light of her beating by fellow pop star Chris Brown, sending the company's share prices tumbling.

Hungary in cultural diplomacy push with first US opera tour

New York - Hungary on Wednesday launched a cultural diplomacy push in New York with its prolific state-run opera planning a full two weeks of music and ballet.

Netflix pays its queen less than her consort on 'The Crown'

Los Angeles - She's not known for histrionics, but Queen Elizabeth II would surely struggle to maintain her famous poise if she knew the actress playing her on "The Crown" earned less than the man portraying her husband.

Rebel Wilson seeks legal fees after record Australia payout

Melbourne - Hollywood actress Rebel Wilson spent more than Aus$1.3 million (US$1.1 million) to win Australia's largest defamation payout, it was revealed Thursday, and she is now chasing publisher Bauer to pay those costs as well.

'Black Panther' on record-setting prowl across North America

Los Angeles - "Black Panther" swept all before it to pass the $500 million mark in only its third week in North America as it stayed on track to be one of the highest-grossing films ever, final figures showed Monday.

Hometown mariachis serenade 'monster' Del Toro's Oscars

Guadalajara - Partying to mariachi music, exuberant fans of Mexican director Guillermo del Toro paraded around his native Guadalajara with a giant replica Oscar on Sunday after he won the Academy Awards for best picture and best director.

#MeToo, Dreamers, Trump and Kobe: Key Oscar moments

Los Angeles - The #MeToo movement took a starring role Sunday at the first Oscars since the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse revelations, with the awards gala often known for frivolity taking a serious turn.

Guillermo del Toro's 'The Shape of Water was the big winner with four Oscars

Los Angeles - Hollywood was sprinkled with stardust Sunday as the film industry's A-listers came out for the Oscars, hosted by late night funnyman Jimmy Kimmel, who opening monologue targeted disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein.

'The Shape of Water' triumphs at nail-biting Oscars

Los Angeles - "The Shape of Water" on Sunday won top honors at the Oscars including the coveted best picture statuette, bringing the curtain down on a Hollywood awards season overshadowed by scandal over sexual misconduct in showbiz.

Hollywood braced for best picture photo finish at Oscars

Los Angeles - Hollywood is set for a real-life cliffhanger Sunday at the Oscars -- the race for best picture is coming down to the wire to cap an awards season overshadowed by scandal over sexual misconduct in showbiz.

Mexican directors dazzle abroad — in Mexico, not so much

Mexico - Mexican directors have won trophy cases full of the most prestigious awards in filmmaking over the past several years, but many of the country's most talented creative minds struggle to get their movies shown at home.

'120 Beats per Minute' wins best film at 'French Oscars'

Paris - "120 Beats per Minute" (120 battements par minute) won best film on Friday night at the "French Oscars" -- the Cesars -- where many attendees wore white ribbons in protest of violence against women.

Stage set for Oscars to mark year eclipsed by #MeToo

Los Angeles - Hollywood's awards season reaches its glittering climax on Sunday at the Oscars, with fairy tale romance "The Shape of Water" and dark crime comedy "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" neck-and-neck in the race for the major statuettes.

Turkey state TV blacklists songs, sparking censorship row

Ankara - Turkey's state broadcaster on Thursday faced accusations of imposing censorship reminiscent of a military coup after admitting it had banned over 200 songs from being played on air.

How young Guillermo became monster-mad director Del Toro

Mexico - Long before he was the celebrated director of fantasy romance "The Shape of Water," this year's top Oscar contender with 13 nominations, Guillermo del Toro was fascinated with monsters and the movies.

Veteran singer Joan Baez muses on Trump ... and Hitler

Paris - Joan Baez is musing about Donald Trump and even Hitler and what she believes is their shared lack of empathy."Most of the weird ones have their pets," she told AFP, referring to Hitler's German Shepherd, Blondi.

'Gone Girl' star Pike to play Marie Curie in biopic

Paris - Marjane Satrapi, the Franco-Iranian director best known for her Oscar-nominated animated film "Persepolis", has begun shooting a biopic of the scientist Marie Curie, her producers said Wednesday.

India bids tearful farewell to Bollywood superstar Sridevi

Mumbai - Thousands of heartbroken fans and Bollywood actors paid their last respects to Indian superstar Sridevi Kapoor Wednesday following her shock death from accidental drowning in a Dubai hotel bathtub aged just 54.

India says farewell to Bollywood icon Sridevi

Mumbai - Thousands of heartbroken fans lined the streets of Mumbai Wednesday as India said farewell to Bollywood legend Sridevi Kapoor following her shock death from accidental drowning in a Dubai hotel bathtub aged just 54.

Miracle of Dunkirk: one story, two films, 14 Oscar nominations

Los Angeles - With the cream of the British army cornered by a lightning German advance into northern France, Winston Churchill is told they will be lucky to get 30,000 men out alive.

Weinstein Company inches toward bankruptcy

New York - Disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein's former studio appeared to inch closer toward bankruptcy Monday over complaints that talks to buy the troubled production house had collapsed, leaving it with "no choice" but to go to the wall.

Drowning caused Bollywood superstar Sridevi's death: Dubai police

Dibai - Bollywood superstar Sridevi Kapoor, who died in Dubai at the weekend aged 54, drowned in her hotel bathtub after passing out, Dubai police said Monday.

Weinstein Company will file for bankruptcy: media

Los Angeles - The Weinstein Company will file for bankruptcy, US media reported on Sunday, after prosecutors sought to impose conditions on a sale of the firm co-founded by disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.

In 'Coco' child star's story, life and art intertwine

Mexico - Thirteen-year-old Luis Angel has a lot in common with the character he plays in the hit movie "Coco," the favorite to win this year's Oscar for best animated film.

Bollywood superstar Sridevi dies aged 54

Mumbai - Bollywood superstar Sridevi Kapoor, one of the biggest names in Hindi cinema, has died after suffering a heart attack in Dubai, her family told PTI Sunday.

Wes Anderson, Norway teen massacre films lead Berlin fest race

Berlin - Wes Anderson's "Isle of Dogs", an animated movie with political bite, and a controversial dramatisation of Norway's 2011 massacre of teenagers by a neo-Nazi gunman led the award favourites Saturday at the Berlin film festival.

Haitian director Raoul Peck: 'We've lost the big picture'

Los Angeles - Still basking in acclaim for his visceral documentary on African-American social critic James Baldwin, Raoul Peck has turned his creative energies on another of history's indispensable political minds -- Karl Marx.

Saudi Arabia to spend billions on Western-style entertainment

Riyadh - Saudi Arabia announced plans Thursday to spend billions on building new venues and flying in Western acts, in a total overhaul of its entertainment sector that would have been unthinkable not long ago.
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