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A Minute With: Joseph Gordon-Levitt talks walking 'The Walk'

NEW YORK - Heights don't scare Joseph Gordon-Levitt, which came in handy when the actor was tasked with recreating Frenchman Philippe Petit's audacious 1974 high-wire walk between the roofs of New York's Twin Towers in the movie "The Walk."

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Germans give Hitler actor a warm welcome

BERLIN - A German actor who dressed up as Adolf Hitler and traveled through the country for four weeks chatting to smiling voters and stroking their pets for a film that opens this week says he was shocked by the warm welcome he received. | Video

Film 06 Oct 2015

Rihanna says thought she could be Chris Brown's 'guardian angel'

NEW YORK - Grammy-winning R&B singer Rihanna said she once felt she was strong enough to take back boyfriend Chris Brown after he famously assaulted her in 2009, but finally realized she had been stupid to think that way.

Music 06 Oct 2015

French soprano Dessay gives up opera but not the stage

LONDON - French soprano Natalie Dessay gave a recent recital in London that one critic called "sublime" and her latest CD of French art songs has been well received, but she says her fans will never see her again on the opera stage that made her famous.

People 06 Oct 2015

All aboard Chanel Airways as Lagerfeld's imagination takes flight

PARIS - Fasten your seatbelts, we're ready to take-off for spring at Chanel's mock airport departure lounge catwalk. | Video

06 Oct 2015

Spielberg brings Cold War story 'Bridge of Spies' to silver screen

Oscar winner Tom Hanks plays a New York lawyer negotiating the release of a U.S. pilot held captive by the Soviet Union during the Cold War in his latest film "Bridge of Spies". | Video

Film 06 Oct 2015

Teacher who hid students during Newtown shooting writes book

NEWTOWN, Conn. - The Sandy Hook Elementary School teacher who saved 15 first-grade students during one of America's worst mass shootings has written a book about the experience, hoping it will inspire readers to stay positive through life's worst challenges.

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