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Next 'Fast & Furious' movie delayed until June

Mar 04 2021

LOS ANGELES Universal Pictures has delayed the global debut of the "Fast & Furious" movie "F9" by one month until June 25, the company said on Thursday, the latest shift by Hollywood studios trying to gauge when moviegoers will return to theaters in large numbers.

UPDATE 1-Disney to close at least 60 North American stores, focus on e-commerce

Mar 03 2021

LOS ANGELES, March 3 Walt Disney Co will close at least 60 Disney retail stores in North America this year, about 20% of its worldwide total, as it revamps its digital shopping platforms to focus on e-commerce, the company said on Wednesday.

'The Crown,' 'Schitt's Creek' take Golden Globes TV honors

Mar 01 2021

LOS ANGELES Netflix Inc's British royal drama "The Crown," which focused its most recent season on the troubled marriage of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, led the television honors at Hollywood's Golden Globe awards on Sunday.

TV legend Norman Lear honored at Golden Globes

Feb 28 2021

LOS ANGELES Television pioneer Norman Lear, creator of groundbreaking comedy shows such as "All in the Family" and "One Day at a Time," accepted a lifetime achievement award at the Golden Globes ceremony on Sunday.

Study finds Netflix leads on women directors, lags with Latin, Asian roles

Feb 26 2021

LOS ANGELES Netflix Inc outpaced competitors in hiring women to direct feature films but Latin-American and Asian actors were underrepresented in leading TV roles, according to a study commissioned by the streaming service and released on Friday.

Next 'Star Wars' series to hit Disney streaming service in May

Feb 24 2021

LOS ANGELES The next "Star Wars" series, an animated show about an elite group of clones called "The Bad Batch," will debut on the Disney+ streaming service on May 4, the company said on Wednesday.

Woody Allen calls HBO documentary on abuse allegation a 'hatchet job'

Feb 22 2021

LOS ANGELES Woody Allen and his wife Soon-Yi Previn have attacked a new HBO documentary that re-examines a decades-old allegation that the Oscar-winning filmmaker molested his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow, calling the television series a "hatchet job."

UPDATE 1-Woody Allen calls HBO documentary on abuse allegation a 'hatchet job'

Feb 22 2021

LOS ANGELES, Feb 22 Woody Allen and his wife Soon-Yi Previn have attacked a new HBO documentary that re-examines a decades-old allegation that the Oscar-winning filmmaker molested his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow, calling the television series a "hatchet job."

Woody Allen calls HBO documentary on abuse allegation a 'hatchet job'

Feb 22 2021

LOS ANGELES Woody Allen and his wife Soon-Yi Previn have attacked a new HBO documentary that re-examines a decades-old allegation that the Oscar-winning filmmaker molested his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow, calling the television series a "hatchet job."

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