• Saudi Arabia lifts cinema ban, screens The Emoji Movie

    Saudi Arabia lifts cinema ban, screens The Emoji Movie

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    Tom McLean has been writing for years about animation from a secret base in Los Angeles. Saudi Arabia has granted licenses to three Japanese companies and signed six memorandums of understanding with other entities as the kingdoms seeks to open up its industries to foreign investors to diversify its revenue sources.
  • Gospel star Edwin Hawkins dead at 74

    Gospel star Edwin Hawkins dead at 74

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    Over his lifetime, Hawkins and his singers would release over three dozen albums with Edwin being recognized as one of the greats of contemporary gospel music. Hawkins won the first of his four Grammy awards for "Oh Happy Day" in the category of Best Soul Gospel Performance. His most famous hit was the 1969 smash, Oh Happy Day.
  • UFC's Paige VanZant "Definitely Interested" In WWE Run

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    The company haven't kept any of the process of her transition private so far since she recently made an appearance at the Mae Young Classic where she teased a match against The Four Horsewomen of WWE which already basically announced that she was thinking of making the switch.
  • A Prince Harry and Meghan Markle TV Movie Is Officially Happening!!!

    A Prince Harry and Meghan Markle TV Movie Is Officially Happening!!!

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    With the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle now just months away , it stands to reason we might catch a glimpse of the American actress sporting a tiara during a formal event or two in the coming weeks. Harry and Meghan will be directed by Menhaj Huda (who has worked on Coronation Street , Emmerdale and - most importantly -The Royals on E!) and is now searching for its Meghan and Harry.
  • Cristiano Ronaldo wants Manchester United return due to broken promise

    Cristiano Ronaldo wants Manchester United return due to broken promise

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    Villarreal, meanwhile, move up to fifth on 31 points thanks to midfielder Fornals' stunning goal , which puts Javier Calleja's side just a point behind off-form Madrid in the race for the Champions League places. The latest example to that effect is Saturday's 1-0 home loss against Villarreal, on a lazily defended counter-attack goal in the 87th minute. "All I can say is we will have another game to end this bad run, whether it is Thursday, or Sunday, or whenever it comes".
  • Sharon Stone laughs heartbreakingly when asked whether she's experienced sexual harassment

    Sharon Stone laughs heartbreakingly when asked whether she's experienced sexual harassment

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    Asked if she has ever been in a position when she has felt "uncomfortable", she laughed and replied: "Oh, I've been in this business for 40 years". "I've been in this business for 40 years, Lee". "She also spoke about being totally "alone" during her illness, saying "others aren't that interested in a broken person". "I didn't want to tell everybody what was happening because, you know, this is not a forgiving environment", she said.
  • Roof collapses at Merriweather Post Pavilion

    Roof collapses at Merriweather Post Pavilion

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    The 19,319-capacity venue was in the final stages of a five-year renovation project when the roof, which was being hydraulically lifted 20 feet to improve sightlines from the lawn, "unexpectedly fell" when almost in its final position, explains Seth Hurwitz , chairman of venue operator IMP Concerts.
  • 'ER' Is Streaming for the First Time Ever on Hulu

    'ER' Is Streaming for the First Time Ever on Hulu

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    ER was must-see TV on NBC from 1994 to 2009, airing Thursdays for the entirety of its run. Clooney left ER in 1999 to pursue a career in the movies, but he reprised his role as Dr. "ER", created by Michael Crichton and shepherded by showrunner John Wells for Warner Bros. "I was lucky to have worked with so many writers, actors and directors all at the top of their game", Clooney said in a Sunday media release timed to the Television Critics Association press tour.
  • Dolores O'Riordan, The Cranberries Lead Singer, Dies At 46

    Dolores O'Riordan, The Cranberries Lead Singer, Dies At 46

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    A statement from her publicist said: "The lead singer with the Irish band The Cranberries was in London for a short recording session". The Cranberries announced in a statement last July that they had to cancel most of their North American and European tour dates because O'Riordan's "recovery from her ongoing back problem ...
  • Actress Eliza Dushku accuses stuntman of molestation when she was 12

    Actress Eliza Dushku accuses stuntman of molestation when she was 12

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    Speaking to Deadline , Booth-Forbes said, " Eliza Dushku is telling the truth". "But I was a child", she wrote. Kramer "was responsible for my safety" on the film, she said. He told the magazine , "This is all vile lies". She added, "What allegedly happened to Eliza , away from the safety net of all of us and our purview is a bad, awful thing to learn about and have to reconcile".
  • Washington Nationals re-sign Howie Kendrick to two-year deal

    Washington Nationals re-sign Howie Kendrick to two-year deal

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    He began the year with the Phillies but was traded to Washington in late July. Kendrick proved productive in the utility role, slashing.293/.343/.494 with seven home runs in 52 games for Washington. And with starting second baseman Daniel Murphy still recovering from offseason microfracture surgery in his right knee, Kendrick could serve as valuable insurance should Murphy not be ready by Opening Day.