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George Clooney to receive Golden Globes' Cecil B. DeMille award

LOS ANGELES - Oscar-winning actor, director and producer George Clooney will receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award, an honorary Golden Globe for his contribution to cinema, organizers of the event said on Monday.

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Matisse exhibition drew record visitor numbers, Tate says

LONDON - An exhibition of paper cut-outs by the French artist Henri Matisse drew more than 560,000 visitors to London's Tate Modern, making it the most popular show ever mounted at the museum, the Tate said on Monday.

Arts, 15 Sep 2014

Second actor sues Google over 'Innocence of Muslims' movie trailer

- A second actor has sued Google Inc over a movie trailer called "Innocence of Muslims" that mocked the Prophet Mohammad and led to riots in 2012, six months after a U.S. appeals court ruled for another actor and ordered the film taken off YouTube.

Rapper Gucci Mane gets three years in prison for assault in Atlanta

ATLANTA - The rapper known as Gucci Mane received a three-year prison sentence on Monday after pleading guilty to hitting a fan in the head with a vodka bottle at an Atlanta nightclub.

People 15 Sep 2014

'The Imitation Game' takes top prize at Toronto film fest

TORONTO - "The Imitation Game," a biopic about British mathematician and World War Two code-breaker Alan Turing, won the top prize at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday.

Film, 14 Sep 2014

'No Good Deed' upstages 'Dolphin Tale 2' at box office

LOS ANGELES - Thriller "No Good Deed," the story of an escaped convict who terrorizes a woman and her children inside their home, seized the top spot on U.S. and Canadian box office charts over the weekend, beating family friendly sequel "Dolphin Tale 2." | Video

Film 14 Sep 2014
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Hachette authors urge Amazon board to end contract dispute

SAN FRANCISCO - More than 1,000 Hachette Book Group authors including Malcolm Gladwell, Stephen King and James Patterson have urged Amazon.com Inc's directors to end a contract dispute with their publisher that has cost some writers' 90 percent of their sales on the online retailer's website.

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