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'Demolition' with Jake Gyllenhaal to launch 40th Toronto film festival

TORONTO - The Toronto International Film Festival will kick off its 40th year with the world premiere of Canadian director Jean-Marc Vallee's "Demolition", starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Naomi Watts, organizers said on Tuesday. | Video

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No ratings bonanza for Caitlyn Jenner's reality TV show

NEW YORK - Caitlyn Jenner's new reality TV show drew 2.7 million viewers for its weekend premiere, according to ratings data released on Tuesday, a vast drop from the 17 million people who watched the former Olympic champion come out as a transgender woman in an April TV interview.

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Magicians seek to amaze with tricks at London 'Impossible' show

LONDON - Grand illusions, mind readings and death-defying escapology come to London this summer in a magic show billed as "the biggest in decades" in the British capital. | Video

28 Jul 2015

Actor Depardieu banned from Ukraine for stance on Russia

KIEV - Ukraine has banned French actor Gerard Depardieu from entering the country for five years, its state security service said on Wednesday, apparently for making comments that suggested he supported Russia's annexation of Crimea last year.

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Bobbi Kristina Brown autopsy sheds little light on bathtub mystery

ATLANTA - An initial autopsy on Bobbi Kristina Brown on Monday found no significant injuries and no obvious underlying cause of death for the daughter of the late singer Whitney Houston, who died on Sunday after sustaining irreversible brain damage in January.

27 Jul 2015

Spanish film studio hit by state aid probe fails to find buyer

MADRID - Authorities in the Spanish region of Valencia failed on Monday to find a buyer for a film studio touted as the most modern in Europe but which was forced to close after being ordered to repay state aid.

27 Jul 2015
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Harper Lee's 'Go Set a Watchman' tops U.S. bestsellers list

NEW YORK - Harper Lee's novel "Go Set a Watchman" took the top spot on the U.S. bestsellers list this week, pushing last week's chart topper "The Girl on the Train" into second place.

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