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  • Winners and unforgettable moments of Emmy Awards 2018

    Hollywood's biggest stars came together to honour the best in television at the Emmy Awards 2018, which was hosted by Michael Che and Colin Jost.

  • Superman retires?

    The latest buzz is that Henry Cavill will not be returning to play Superman in Warner Bros.' DC Films Universe. Nothing has been

  • Chris Hemsworth in 'Dhaka'

    Chris Hemsworth, popularly known as Thor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, will star in the Netflix thriller titled Dhaka.

  • Emma Watson takes over for Emma Stone in 'Little Women'

    Greta Gerwig's highly-anticipated Little Women adaptation just underwent a casting shakeup. Emma Watson is reportedly joining the cast, taking on a role originally intended for Emma Stone, reports say.

  • 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Cast wants James Gunn back

    The Guardians of the Galaxy cast has issued an open letter in support of ousted director James Gunn.

  • Angela Bassett speaks for women of colour

    American actor and activist Angela Basset recently played the role of director of the Central Intelligence Agency in Mission: Impossible - Fallout. This year, she also appeared in Marvel's Black Panther.

  • Kaley and Karl tied the knot

    If you're a fan of 'The Big Bang Theory,' which is one of the most successful sitcoms in history, you may already know that 'Penny' had been engaged to boyfriend Karl Cook.

  • Best of Broadway

    The highest honours for Broadway Theater took place in New York on Sunday during the 72nd Tony Awards, which was hosted by Sara

  • Emilia Clarke dishes on her final moments in Game of Thrones

    Emilia Clarke had some remarkable things to say about her final scenes in Game of Thrones. The last season of the HBO fantasy is slated for 2019.

  • 'The ABC Murders' Cast Announced

    Agatha Christie fans are in for a delightful treat as her classic title The ABC Murders is headed for television. The ABC Murders is a joint venture production between Mammoth Screen and Agatha Christie Limited for BBC One.

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