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  • How it happened: Inside movie set where Baldwin's gun fired

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Light from a high afternoon sun slanted through the tall windows of the weathered wooden church, catching on the plank floorboards and illuminating the stained glass. Outside, the arid ground of the northern New Mexico foothills stretched for miles — a picturesque setting for an Old West gun battle.
  • Sheriff: Movie set showed 'some complacency' with weapons

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Investigators said Wednesday that there was “some complacency” in how weapons were handled on the movie set where Alec Baldwin accidentally shot and killed a cinematographer and wounded another person, but it's too soon to determine whether charges will be filed.
  • Nemechek wins at Charlotte for 3rd truck win of season

    CONCORD, N.C. (AP) — John Hunter Nemechek made it through a late crash, then held on to the lead on a restart 10 laps from the end to win the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Friday night.
  • Dolly Parton on Super Bowl commercial and COVID-19 vaccine

    NEW YORK - Dolly Parton has been singing about everyday office employees working “9 to 5” for over 40 years, but now the country icon is singing about entrepreneurs working “5 to 9” to pursue their dreams after hours.
  • Review: Hunting '90s killers again in 'The Little Things'

    Even before the pandemic, “The Little Things” would have been a throwback.
  • With new album, Epik High endures in South Korea music scene

    SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of - Popular South Korean hip-hop trio Epik High was working on a song called “End of the World” before the pandemic hit last year. Now, the band's frontman Tablo says, “I wish that this song is not relevant.”
  • Canadian director and Samuel L. Jackson probe transatlantic slave trade in 'Enslaved'

    TORONTO - COVID-19 and other hurdles stalled production on "Enslaved," which follows actor Samuel L. Jackson as he traces his roots and the tragedy of the sunken ships during the transatlantic slave trade.
  • Prada-Simons dialogue launches in virtual Milan preview

    Milan designers skirted the line between the virtual and the physical Thursday, taking lessons learned in lockdown to create new collections that are relevant in a reshaped world.
  • CBS pushing for players to do their part to boost broadcast

    FORT WORTH, Texas - Jim Nantz will be alone in the broadcast booth when the PGA Tour resumes its schedule Thursday. That's not the only voice CBS Sports wants to hear at Colonial.
  • Q&A: Director Brad Bird on choosing his 'essentials' for TCM

    LOS ANGELES - As the youngest member of his family, Brad Bird would often get dragged along to films that may have been a little out of his depth for a child, like “2001: A Space Odyssey.” But even if he didn’t understand exactly what he was watching, it helped the future director of films like “Ratatouille” and “The Incredibles” form his own esthetic as a filmmaker.

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