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Spanish artists held over ETA word-play

Madrid - Two puppeteers detailed for allegedly "glorifying terrorism" with a play on words on ETA during a show asked to be freed Monday, as controversy over the case mounted.

Jagger and Scorsese strum up rock 'n' roll's 'Game of Thrones'

Paris - The 1970s may have been the decade that fashion forgot, but Martin Scorsese believes that was because the world was too busy with drugs, sex and rock 'n' roll to care.

Hop on down, Miffy the rabbit gets her own museum

Utrecht - To some she's just a plain white bunny, to others she's a prime example of minimalist art. But for six decades Miffy has been delighting young kids around the world, and now she's getting a museum of her own.

New Bosch painting unveiled on eve of 500th celebrations

Den Haag - Art historians on Monday revealed that a painting stored for decades at an American museum was in fact a work by Dutch master Hieronymus Bosch.

'Spotlight' and diversity winners at SAG Awards

Los Angeles - "Spotlight," a drama about sexual abuse in the Catholic Church, landed the top prize at the 22nd Screen Actors Guild Awards that also saw black actors score major wins.

Ovation, tears for James Foley film at Sundance festival

Park City - A documentary about James Foley, the US journalist slain by the Islamic State group, premiered to a standing ovation on Saturday at the Sundance Film Festival, leaving few dry eyes in the audience.

Church child abuse scandals 'tip of iceberg' say real-life stars of Oscar-tipped film

Paris - The child abuse scandals plaguing the Catholic Church are only the tip of the iceberg, the journalists who exposed one of the hierarchy's biggest cover-ups said Wednesday.

Academy head 'heartbroken' over lack of diversity at Oscars

Los Angeles - Following an outcry over the all-white roster of actors nominated for this year's Oscars, the president of the film academy said she was heartbroken by the lack of diversity and working to implement change.

Bowie fans congregate for London tribute concert

London - Karaoke, electro, harp and even musical saw versions of David Bowie's greatest hits rang out in London on Sunday as fans gathered for a tribute concert a week on from the pop icon's death.

Mexico's Inarritu defends Sean Penn's meeting with 'El Chapo'

Madrid - Mexican filmmaker Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu has defended Hollywood actor Sean Penn's meeting with Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, saying in an interview published Sunday that the US star "had every right" to look for the kingpin.

Taiwan K-pop star flag row escalates after apology

Taipei - A row over a teenage Taiwanese K-pop star forced to apologise for waving the island's flag was rapidly turning into an international incident Saturday, stealing the spotlight from Taiwan's presidential elections.

Outrage as black actors absent from Oscars lineup

Los Angeles - The glaring absence of black actors or directors among this year's Oscar nominees has triggered an outpouring of criticism, setting social media abuzz as the list was unveiled.

Hollywood's finest turn out for Stella McCartney extravaganza

Los Angeles - Actress Gwyneth Paltrow in a pair of eye-catching blue bootsies and pop star Katy Perry headlined the A-listers who turned out for the presentation of Stella McCartney's Fall 2016 collection Tuesday in the heart of Hollywood.

Germany credits Bowie with 'helping to bring down' Berlin Wall

Berlin - Germany on Monday thanked the late British music legend David Bowie for what it called his role in helping topple the Berlin Wall in 1989."Good-bye David Bowie. You are now among #Heroes.

David Bowie: Chameleon of rock

London - From Ziggy Stardust to the Thin White Duke and Aladdin Sane, David Bowie was rock's definitive chameleon.

'The Revenant,' 'The Martian' win big at Golden Globes

Los Angeles - Epic survival thriller "The Revenant" and space blockbuster "The Martian" won big at the Golden Globes, boosting their chances for Oscars glory next month.

Nepal district chief wins 'Integrity Idol'

Kathmandu - Nepali bureaucrat Pradip Raj Kandel on Sunday clinched the title of Integrity Idol, a television talent show-styled initiative that awards honest civil servants.

Pablo Escobar is back, at a theater near you

Los Angeles - Pablo Escobar may have died more than 20 years ago but you'd think the Colombian drug lord synonymous with power, violence and money is back, what with all the TV shows and movies about him.

Awards season kicks into high gear with Golden Globes

Los Angeles - Hollywood's awards season kicks into high gear on Sunday at the Golden Globes, with a movie about reporters investigating abuse in the Catholic Church and Leonardo DiCaprio touted as likely winners.

Eyeing global domination, 'Star Wars' opens big in China

Los Angeles - It has conquered North America, thrilled Europe and on Saturday "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" opened in China, chasing more records with an estimated $33 million in ticket sales, Disney said in early projections.

Pig character in film poster gets the chop in Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur - Cinema posters and a billboard advertisement for a Hong Kong blockbuster film have been modified in Muslim-majority Malaysia to erase a half-man, half-pig character.

'Blood Diamond' star returns to Benin to film 'true' voodoo

- As the drumming rumbles on, Hollywood actor Djimon Hounsou walks shirtless with a voodoo procession making its way through the dusty streets of Heve in his native Benin.

Bill Cosby: From beloved TV patriarch to pariah

Los Angeles - A celebrity's fall from grace is always ugly, but that of Bill Cosby -- a once-beloved comedian who broke barriers by bringing a black TV family into white living rooms -- is a true gut punch to America.

Bill Cosby appears in US court on sexual assault charge

US comedian Bill Cosby appeared in a Pennsylvania court on Wednesday to face a sexual assault charge over an incident that took place in 2004 -- the first criminal charge filed against the actor after dozens of women claimed abuse.

'Star Wars' overtakes 'Jurassic World' for biggest global debut

Los Angeles - The new "Star Wars" movie has set a global opening weekend record, smashing past the previous record holder "Jurassic World" to rake in $529 million, Disney said on Monday.

Haiti on the outside looking in at 'Star Wars' delirium

Port-au-prince - Without a single functioning movie theatre in their country, Haitians have been feeling left out in recent days, while much of the rest of the world swoons over the latest "Star Wars" movie.

Berlin church celebrates 'Star Wars' service

Berlin - A Berlin church celebrated a service with a "Star Wars" theme Sunday, with lightsaber-wielding pastors preaching parallels between Christianity and the blockbuster movie series to costumed parishioners.

France marks centenary of Edith Piaf's birth in shadow of Paris attacks

Paris - France marked the centenary of Edith Piaf's birth Saturday with added poignancy, a month after the Paris attacks targeting the very joie-de-vivre that she embodied.

Kurt Masur, conductor from Iron Curtain to 9/11, dead at 88

New York - Kurt Masur, the conductor who seized on music's power to ease Germany's reunification and comfort New York after September 11, died Saturday. He was 88.

New 'Star Wars' sets $57 mln opening night record

Los Angeles - "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" has set a new opening night record in the United States and Canada, raking in $57 million dollars, industry experts said Friday.
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