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Diane Kruger plays agony of terrorism victim in German-language movie

CANNES, France The suicide bombing at a pop concert in Manchester, England, temporarily drew attention at the Cannes Film Festival away from the movies and to the security threat that has bedeviled Europe.

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London premiere for 'The Mummy' axed after Manchester bombing

LOS ANGELES Universal Pictures on Thursday became the second Hollywood studio to cancel a London red carpet film premiere following the suicide bombing in Manchester that killed 22 people and caused Britain to raise its terrorism alert to critical.

Film May 25 2017

Child stars of Willem Dafoe movie break hearts at Cannes

CANNES, France The cliché "not a dry eye in the house" summed up the ending of "The Florida Project", as the movie's two young stars - no older than six when they shot it - got a standing ovation at the premier and wiped away each others' tears. | Video

Film May 25 2017

LGBT community faces 'invisible' Hollywood summer movie season

LOS ANGELES "Moonlight," and its story of a young black gay man struggling with his identity, may have won the coveted best picture Oscar this year, but it is still hard to find an LGBTQ character in a major Hollywood movie, according to a report on Thursday.

Film May 25 2017

'Sacred Deer' reunites Colin Farrell with "messed up" director of "Lobster"

CANNES, France Ask Colin Farrell to react to director Yorgos Lanthimos's insistence that the movie they have brought to the Cannes Film Festival is a comedy, and he laughs uproariously. | Video

Film May 25 2017

Singer Ariana Grande suspends concert tour following Manchester attack

LOS ANGELES Ariana Grande has suspended her concert tour after a suicide bomber killed 22 people at her performance in Manchester, England, the U.S. pop singer's representatives said on Wednesday. | Video

Music May 24 2017

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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