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Amy Schumer defends her 'Formation' video, says Beyonce approved it

After a social media backlash, comedian Amy Schumer penned an essay defending the video she made dancing and lip syncing to Beyonce's 2016 hit "Formation," saying she made it out of admiration.

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Swedish pop group ABBA to reunite for 'new digital experience'

STOCKHOLM Swedish pop group ABBA is set to reunite for a "new digital experience" in 2018, more than 30 years after their last public performance together, it was announced on Wednesday. | Video

Music, Oct 26 2016

Rapper Coolio spared jail in guilty plea to Los Angeles gun charge

LOS ANGELES Grammy-winning rapper Coolio pleaded guilty on Wednesday to unlawful firearm possession for carrying a loaded pistol in a backpack into Los Angeles International Airport last month and was sentenced to three years of probation, prosecutors said. | Video

People, Music Oct 27 2016

Kim Kardashian resumes filming E! reality TV show after robbery

LOS ANGELES Kim Kardashian has returned to filming the reality series "Keeping up with the Kardashians," the E! network said on Wednesday, following a brief hiatus from the show after she was robbed in Paris earlier this month. | Video

People Oct 26 2016

Previously unknown Ingmar Bergman script to be into turned movie

STOCKHOLM A previously unknown script written by Ingmar Bergman for a collaboration between him, Italy's Federico Fellini and Japan's Akira Kurosawa is being turned into a movie by Swedish director Suzanne Osten, daily Dagens Nyheter reported on Wednesday.

Film, People, Japan Oct 26 2016

Hollywood execs Sagansky, Sloan in talks to acquire Playboy: sources

Hollywood executives Jeff Sagansky and Harry Sloan are in advanced talks to acquire magazine publishing company Playboy Enterprises Inc [ICONAP.UL] through an acquisition vehicle they launched last year, people familiar with the matter said.

Deals Oct 26 2016

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