TOKYO Japanese actor Ken Watanabe, an Academy Award nominee for his performance in the movie "The Last Samurai" and lauded in the recent Broadway revival of "The King and I," is fighting stomach cancer and will have to postpone plans to return to Broadway. | Video
BOSTON Harry Potter, the boy wizard hero of a series of best-selling books and hit movies, will return to British and U.S. bookstores this summer with the release of the script for an upcoming London stage play that chronicles Potter's adult life.
LONDON With bouffant hair and lots of bling jewelry, Academy Award winner Kate Winslet adds a somewhat different role to her acting repertoire in crime thriller "Triple 9", portraying a "properly evil" mafia boss.
NEW YORK Harper Lee's classic novel "To Kill a Mockingbird" is coming to Broadway for the first time in a new stage version written by "West Wing" writer Aaron Sorkin, producers said on Wednesday.
BERLIN George Clooney will be in town on Thursday when "Hail, Caesar!" opens the annual Berlin Film Festival, and Meryl Streep is the competition jury president, but the politically attuned showcase hopes to attract refugees as well as film fans this year.
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LOS ANGELES A California judge on Tuesday ordered that a former lawyer for comedian Bill Cosby be dropped from a defamation lawsuit brought by former model Janice Dickinson, Dickinson's attorney said.
LOS ANGELES Ailing movie actress Zsa Zsa Gabor was in a Los Angeles hospital on Tuesday awaiting surgery, her husband said, adding that he hoped the star of Hollywood's golden age would survive to celebrate her 100th birthday in a year's time. | Video
NEW YORK - After years in the making, "Deadpool" hits cinema screens this week and fans of Marvel's anti-hero got to interact with the movie's cast at a special event in New York on Monday. | Video
NEW YORK - The seasonal catwalk calendar kicks off in New York this week, with the first of the fashion capitals presenting designers' autumn/winter 2016 womenswear. | Video
LOS ANGELES Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow told a Los Angeles court on Monday that she feared for her safety after receiving dozens of letters from a man accused of stalking her for the past 17 years, according to media reports. | Video
By Emily Flitter and Grant Smith What the Granite State vote can teach the candidates about the primaries to come.