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Cannes gets a Fassbender 'Macbeth' suffering combat stress

CANNES, France - Michael Fassbender is a "Macbeth" for our times, suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, while Marion Cotillard is a Lady Macbeth haunted by the loss of a child, in the final competition entry screened on Saturday for the top Cannes prize.

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Koons sculpture raises 12 million euros at Cannes AIDS auction

CANNES, France - A huge sculpture called "Coloring Book" by American artist Jeff Koons sold for 12 million euros ($13.2 million) at a star-studded charity auction near Cannes that raised more than 33 million euros for AIDS research.

Arts 22 May 2015

Female 'Assassin' tailored to actress, Cannes director says

CANNES, France - Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-Hsien said on Friday he had not started out wanting to make the lead character female in his film "Nie Yinniang" (The Assassin), but had tailored the role to suit his lead actress, Shu Qi. | Video

Film 22 May 2015

Hollywood stars out en masse for first U.S. Red Nose Day event

NEW YORK - Hollywood stars joined top music acts on Thursday for the first U.S. Red Nose Day, a charitable drive that raises funds for children in need around the world.

People, 22 May 2015

Michael Caine says he is unrecognizable in latest film role

CANNES, France - Michael Caine, the British actor sometimes lampooned for playing versions of himself in his six-decade career, says he is unrecognizable in his latest role as a retired orchestra conductor. | Video

Film, People, Italy 22 May 2015

Polish court adjourns Polanski extradition case until mid-September

WARSAW - A Polish court on Friday adjourned until mid-September a hearing on whether to extradite filmmaker Roman Polanski to the United States over a 1977 child sex conviction.

World, People, 22 May 2015
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James Patterson's '14th Deadly Sin' holds firm atop bestsellers list

NEW YORK - The newest novel in James Patterson's Women's Murder Club series, "14th Deadly Sin," retained the No. 1 spot on the U.S. bestsellers list on Thursday for the second consecutive week.

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