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It's Colbert karaoke as New Zealand PM hosts US comedian

Wellington - New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has turned tour guide for US talk show host Stephen Colbert, driving him from Auckland airport to a barbeque at her home in a stunt hailed as a coup for the Kiwi travel industry.

TV prequel to Polanski's 'Chinatown' in works

New York - The Oscar-winning writer of Roman Polanski's "Chinatown" is working on a television series set before the events of the 1974 movie, a spokeswoman told AFP on Tuesday.

Polanski film tops French box office despite rape claim

Paris - Roman Polanski's new film is topping the French box office despite a new rape allegation against the controversial director.

Digital transformation of the media is all about tailored content

The digital transformation of media is happening at a rapid pace, To survive, media companies need to introduce new content, services and tailored offerings, according to a new report from Accenture.

High wire: Cirque du Soleil founder held for 'growing cannabis'

Papeete - The billionaire founder of global acrobatic troupe Cirque du Soleil, Guy Laliberte, has been detained in French Polynesia on suspicion of growing cannabis on his private island in the South Pacific, authorities said.

Poland says Netflix Holocaust documentary 'rewrites history'

Warsaw - Poland has complained to Netflix that a Holocaust documentary series on Nazi German death camps "rewrites history" by featuring an "incorrect" map.

Three performers stabbed on stage in Saudi capital

Apo - A Yemeni man stabbed three performers during a live play in the Saudi capital Monday, police said, in the first such attack since the ultra-conservative kingdom began easing decades-old restrictions on entertainment.

Pressure mounts on Polanski over latest rape charge

Paris - Oscar-winning director Roman Polanski faced mounting pressure Sunday after threatening to sue over claims by a former actress that he violently raped her in the 1970s, the latest in a string of sexual assault accusations against him.

Pete Doherty fined, released after Paris cocaine bust

Paris - British rocker Pete Doherty was fined 5,000 euros and released from a Paris jail Saturday, two days after being caught buying cocaine, legal sources told AFP.

French first lady forwarded Polanski rape accuser's letters to officials

Paris - French first lady Brigitte Macron forwarded two letters written to her by a former model who has accused Oscar-winning director Roman Polanski of raping her as a teenager to two members of the government, her office said Saturday.

French film icon Catherine Deneuve suffers stroke

Paris - The veteran French actress Catherine Deneuve is in a Paris hospital after suffering a small stroke, her family told AFP Wednesday.

French film icon Catherine Deneuve suffers stroke

Paris - The French actress Catherine Deneuve is in a Paris hospital after suffering a small stroke, her family told AFP Wednesday.

Review: Michael Fairman releases colorful video for 'Can't Let You Go' Special

Entertainment personality Michael Fairman released a colorful and vibrant music video for his vivacious sophomore single "Can't Let You Go."

Apple TV+ seeks stardom on streaming service stage

San Francisco - Apple moves into new territory Friday with a streaming television service that features a budding library of original shows starring big-name celebrities, aimed at winning over its gadget lovers at home and on the go.

'The Annas?': Oscar honorees target Hollywood gender equality

Los Angeles - Hollywood's female filmmakers set out plans to achieve gender equality Sunday as actress Geena Davis and director Lina Wertmuller collected honorary Oscars at a star-studded ceremony focused on diversity.

Streaming TV gears up for ad targeting

Washington - In the new world of streaming television, advertising is not going away, but is evolving to become more like marketing on the internet -- targeted to specific groups or individuals.

Maserati ditches Taiwan film awards after China boycott

Taipei - Luxury Italian sports-car brand Maserati has cut sponsorship ties with Taiwan's top film awards, the latest international brand to bow to pressure from China on political issues.

Mona Lisa graces Louvre's Leonardo show in virtual 'tete-a-tete'

Paris - The Mona Lisa is conspicuously absent from the Louvre's retrospective of Leonardo da Vinci, but the world-famous Florentine makes up for it by holding court in a virtual reality experience.

Five men a week: Women spoilt for choice in new TV dating shows

Cannes - Women have never had the stakes stacked more in their favour in the television dating game, with a plethora of new shows turning gender tropes upside down.

Syria's heroic underground female medics hailed in 'The Cave'

Los Angeles - Oscar-nominated Syrian director Feras Fayyad has risked his life to chronicle the atrocities of the Assad regime, and suffered torture in prison because of his films.

Stars head to Eternal City for Rome Film Festival

Rome - US cinema greats Bill Murray, John Travolta and Ethan Coen lead the stars descending on Rome for this year's Film Festival, which kicks off Thursday in the Italian capital.

Michael Catalano up for 'Best Photography Studio' in 2020 contest

Multifaceted Long Island photographer Michael Catalano has a major reason to be proud. He is in the running in the 2020 "Best of Long Island" competition.

Cyber-bullied K-pop star found dead at her home

Seoul - A popular K-pop star who had long been the target of abusive online comments was found dead at her home Monday, South Korean police said.

'South Park' creators issue mock apology over China censorship

Bejing - The creators of "South Park" have issued a mock apology to China after censors scrubbed their popular animation from the Chinese web.

Beatles classic 'Abbey Road' tops charts again after 50 years

London - Classic Beatles album "Abbey Road" is back at number one in Britain half a century after its first release, with the band breaking their own record for the longest gap between stints at the top of the charts.

Mexican music prize snubs Placido Domingo amid scandal

Mexico - The organizers of Mexico's Batuta prize in classical music said Thursday they would no longer award it to Placido Domingo, the legendary opera singer facing a flood of sexual harassment accusations.

Stars arrive in Busan for Asia's largest film festival

Busan - The night sky cleared over Busan Thursday after days of rain and wind as the city prepared to host Asia’s largest film festival and to welcome a glittering array of stars from across the movie world.

Feuding children reach truce on funeral for Mexican superstar Jose Jose

Mexico - After days of drama involving a missing corpse, a family feud and a soundtrack of heartbroken love songs, late Latin singing sensation Jose Jose's children have set aside their differences and agreed on plans for his funeral, the Mexican government sai...

Children of Jose Jose demand answers over superstar's missing body

Miami - The missing corpse of the late Mexican troubadour Jose Jose remained on Tuesday the central plot of a bizarre reality telenovela that's seen family feuding over the mysterious whereabouts of his remains.

Mexican crooner Jose Jose, hero of jilted lovers, dead at 71

Miami - Jose Jose, a velvety-voiced Mexican crooner who was wildly popular in Latin America over a 50-year career that spawned love song after love song, has died, the Mexican government and his son said Saturday. He was 71.
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