- Pop star Justin Bieber settles lawsuit with Florida photographer
MIAMI (Reuters) - A lawsuit against pop star Justin Bieber over an incident involving a photographer in Miami has been resolved, according to attorneys.
- 'Virgin Mountain,' 'Democrats' win Tribeca Film Festival prizes
NEW YORK (Reuters) - "Virgin Mountain," a Danish-Icelandic film about late bloomers and first love, won the best narrative award at the 14th Tribeca Film Festival and "Democrats," which follows the quest for democracy in Zimbabwe, was named best documentary.
- Broadway legend Chita Rivera makes triumphant return in 'The Visit'
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Nearly 60 years after she won fame in "West Side Story," actress, dancer and singer Chita Rivera is back on Broadway as a very wealthy widow seeking revenge in "The Visit."
- Olympian Bruce Jenner makes transgender history by identifying as a woman
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Olympic gold medalist and reality TV star Bruce Jenner said on Friday that he identifies as a woman, becoming the most high-profile American to come out as transgender.
- Ensemble cast numbs pain of life in 'Anesthesia' at Tribeca
NEW YORK (Reuters) - An ensemble cast led by actors Sam Waterston, Glenn Close and Kristen Stewart numb themselves to the challenges and disappointments of life in "Anesthesia," an indie drama about how a violent act connects the lives of disparate people.
- Nicole Kidman set for London stage return in 'Photograph 51'
LONDON (Reuters) - Nicole Kidman will return to the London theater stage in September to play British scientist Rosalind Franklin in "Photograph 51", 17 years after the Hollywood actress made her West End debut.
- 'American Sniper' cancellation draws Maryland lawmaker's ire
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A state lawmaker launched an online campaign on Friday to overturn a decision to cancel a screening of "American Sniper" at the University of Maryland after a Muslim student group objected to the film about a U.S. Navy marksman in Iraq.
- Grooveshark copyright violations 'willful,' judge says before trial
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Online music streaming service Grooveshark could potentially have to pay hundreds of millions of dollars to major record labels after a U.S. judge ruled ahead of its trial starting on Monday that Grooveshark's copyright violations on nearly 5,000 songs were "willful" and made "in bad faith."
- Mexican drama scoops top prize at Beijing Film Festival
BEIJING (Reuters) - Mexican director Bernardo Arellano's drama about an elderly couple facing economic hardship has scooped the best film award at the fifth Beijing International Film Festival.
- 'Avengers' stars Evans, Renner apologize for Black Widow comments
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actors Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner apologized on Thursday for making "tasteless" and "juvenile" comments in which they called their "Avengers" co-star Scarlett Johansson's superhero character "a slut."
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