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  • Czech film festival to honor Michael Caine, Ethan Hawke

    PRAGUE (AP) — The international film festival is returning to the Czech spa of Karlovy Vary after it was delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Hugh Laurie goes for bumpy political ride in PBS' 'Roadkill'

    LOS ANGELES - On screen, Hugh Laurie has been by turns irascible ("House"), villainous ("The Night Manager") and a comedic delight ("Jeeves & Wooster"). In a conversation about his latest project, PBS' “Roadkill,” he proved equally versatile.
  • London offers winter warmers with a festive flavour

    LONDON - Mulled wine, warm spiced cider and hot toddies have long been British staples during winter.
  • Michael Caine looks back in 'Blowing the Bloody Doors Off'

    LONDON - Michael Caine has been looking back, and on the whole he likes the view. Regrets? He's had few.
  • Hi Mickey, 'Bye Mickey: 6 Disney parks on 2 coasts in 1 day

    ORLANDO, Fla. - Heather and Clark Ensminger breathed sighs of relief when their Los Angeles-bound plane took off from Florida on time: Their biggest hurdle was now eliminated for achieving their goal of visiting six Disney parks on two coasts in one day.
  • Author John Irving wins literary peace award

    CINCINNATI - The author of novels such as "The World According to Garp" and "The Cider House Rules" that examine the complexities of sexual differences and other social issues is this year's winner of a lifetime achievement award celebrating literature's power to foster peace, social justice and global understanding, organizers said Tuesday.
  • Green flag, 'Atomic Blonde': Charlize Theron to start 500

    DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Academy Award winner Charlize Theron was named honorary starter for the 60th running of the Daytona 500.
  • 'RuPaul's Drag Race' keeps focus on art, not its impact

    LOS ANGELES - A deafening, auto-tuned voice screeches "Gentlemen, start your engines," while a lipstick, a rearview mirror and a crown speed by illuminated in pink and blue hues. Just as the intensity becomes all too much, it abruptly stops. Suddenly, a blonde beauty arrives carrying a racing flag in each hand. The voice now has a face, and the screech turns soothing, aspirational even, "May the best woman win."
  • Grab your bonnet and musket: It's a 19th-century getaway

    STURBRIDGE, Mass. - Perhaps it was the intrigue of a straw bed or the chance to finally shoot a gun, but when asked to spend a night living like a farmer in the 19th century, I jumped at the opportunity.
  • Ontario animator Alan Barillaro wins best animated short Oscar for 'Piper'

    A teary-eyed Alan Barillaro of Chippawa, Ont., thanked his three little birds — his children — as he accepted the best animated short Oscar for "Piper" on Sunday.

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