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"Maybe it's time": actor Johnny Depp jokes about a Trump assassination

GLASTONBURY, England Johnny Depp courted controversy at Britain's Glastonbury music festival with a joke about assassinating Donald Trump, pondering how long it had been since an actor had killed a U.S. president. | Video

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Stars come out for European premiere of Edgar Wright's 'Baby Driver'

LONDON Big Hollywood names hit the red carpet in London on Wednesday for the European premiere of British director Edgar Wright's new heist movie "Baby Driver". | Video

Film Jun 22 2017

Appeals court overturns conviction of 'Making a Murderer' inmate

A federal appeals court on Thursday affirmed a decision to overturn the murder conviction of Brendan Dassey, a Wisconsin man serving a life sentence whose case was chronicled in the popular Netflix television documentary "Making a Murderer."

U.S., Television Jun 22 2017

Kim Kardashian said to have hired surrogate for third baby

LOS ANGELES Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's family may be growing, according to reports on Wednesday that the celebrity couple have hired a surrogate to carry their third child after a doctor advised the reality star against another high-risk pregnancy. | Video

People Jun 21 2017

Cross-cultural romance under political microscope in 'The Big Sick'

LOS ANGELES When Pakistani actor Kumail Nanjiani and his American wife Emily Gordon wrote a film about the surreal circumstances that brought them together, little did they expect that their love story would be put under a political spotlight. | Video

Film Jun 21 2017

Pop stars release song to raise funds for London fire victims

LONDON Some of the biggest names in British music, including Stormzy, Robbie Williams and The Who, released a charity single on Wednesday to raise funds for people affected by the fire at a tower block in west London.

Jun 21 2017

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British author Rowling says Trump has a right to be bigoted

NEW YORK Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling labeled U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump bigoted after receiving the PEN/Allen Foundation Literary Service Award in New York. | Video