Actor Alan Alda reveals Parkinson’s diagnosis

Award-winning actor Alan Alda disclosed on Tuesday that he has Parkinson’s disease, saying he did not want the revelation that he had the nervous system disorder to be told from “a sad point of view.” Reuters: Entertainment News

‘The Reports on Sarah and Saleem’ Wins Best Picture in Durban

LOS ANGELES (Variety.com)-DURBAN – “The Reports on Sarah and Saleem,” directed by Muayad Alayan, scooped best picture at the 39th Durban Intl. Film Festival, which wrapped Saturday night with an award ceremony at the Suncoast Cine Center complex. Reuters: Entertainment News

YouTube plans original programing in India, Japan and other markets

Alphabet Inc’s YouTube is creating scripted series and other original programing for international markets including France, Germany, Japan, Mexico and India to try to draw new customers to its paid subscription service, a senior executive said on Friday. Reuters: Entertainment News

‘Girl Power’ on show in London Spice Girls exhibition

From colorful platform boots to bed linen emblazoned with the faces of Posh, Scary, Sporty, Baby and Ginger, an array of Spice Girls memorabilia goes on show in a London exhibition this week dedicated to the famed girl band. Reuters: Entertainment News

‘Hamilton,’ Cher to get Kennedy Center Honors

Singer and actress Cher, country music artist Reba McEntire and the creators of the Broadway hit, “Hamilton,” will be celebrated at this year’s Kennedy Center Honors, one of the country’s highest recognitions for artists, the center said on Wednesday. Reuters: Entertainment News

Singer Demi Lovato awake after suspected overdose: media reports

U.S. pop singer Demi Lovato, who has spoken openly about her history of drug and alcohol abuse, is awake after she was taken to a Los Angeles hospital on Tuesday suffering from a suspected overdose, according to media reports. Reuters: Entertainment News

Amazon.com’s film studio chief Ropell to depart

Amazon.com Inc on Tuesday said Jason Ropell, the executive in charge of its film division, plans to leave the company, in what could signal a shift toward commercial projects and away from independent films. Reuters: Entertainment News

Amazon.com’s film studio chief to depart

Amazon.com Inc on Tuesday said the executive in charge of its film studio, Jason Ropell, plans to leave the company, in what could signal a bigger shift from independent films to commercial projects. Reuters: Entertainment News

Cosby is ‘sexually violent predator’: Pennsylvania panel

A Pennsylvania state advisory board recommended that Bill Cosby be deemed a “sexually violent predator,” requiring that the convicted comedian undergo counseling as well as register as a sex offender for life, prosecutors said on Tuesday. Reuters: Entertainment News

Cosby is ‘sexually violent predator’: Pennsylvania board

A Pennsylvania state advisory board recommended that Bill Cosby be deemed a “sexually violent predator,” which would require the convicted comedian to undergo lifetime counseling and register as a sex offender, prosecutors said in a court filing on Tuesday. Reuters: Entertainment News

Mystery surrounds Chris Pine return to ‘Wonder Woman’ film series

Actor Chris Pine surprised superhero fans with an appearance alongside “Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot on Saturday but offered no explanation for how he will return to the film franchise following his character’s fiery death in the last movie. Reuters: Entertainment News

Britain’s Prince George celebrates his fifth birthday

A picture of a smiling Prince George was released by Britain’s royal family on Saturday as Queen Elizabeth’s great grandson, who is third in line to the throne, prepares to celebrate his fifth birthday. Reuters: Entertainment News

Chic guitarist Rodgers gets back to his busking roots

Nile Rodgers, the guitarist and founding member of disco band Chic, got back to his busking roots in London on Saturday, delighting fans with stripped-down versions of some of his best-known songs. Reuters: Entertainment News

CBS announces four-part series of short ‘Star Trek’ episodes

CBS Corp’s next voyage into the “Star Trek” universe will come in the form of a four-part series of 10-to-15-minute episodes released starting this fall on the CBS All Access streaming service, the network said on Friday. Reuters: Entertainment News

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