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Sean Lennon: 'I Feel Guilty Surpassing My Dad's Age'

John Lennon's son, who was only 5 years old when his dad was shot, says he had difficulty when he turned 40. More.>>

 

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Box Office: 'X-Men: Apocalypse' Hits $65 Million, 'Alice Through the Looking Glass' Flops

LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Fox's "X-Men: Apocalypse" and Disney's "Alice Through the Looking Glass" squared off over Memorial Day weekend, but both blockbuster hopefuls emerged bruised from this box office clash of the titans. More »

 

Pope gives awards to Richard Gere, George Clooney and Salma Hayek

ROME (Reuters) - Pope Francis on Sunday awarded medals to American actors Richard Gere and George Clooney and actress Salma Hayek at an event held at the Vatican to promote the work of a foundation inspired by the pontiff, Scholas Occurrentes. More »

 

Bosnia pays tribute to David Bowie with vast mural

SARAJEVO (Reuters) - A group of artists unveiled a huge mural of David Bowie in Sarajevo on Saturday to commemorate the British musician's humanitarian work during the Bosnian war. More »

 

'Glee' star Mark Salling indicted on federal child porn charges

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actor Mark Salling, who had a supporting role as a high school athlete-turned-singer in the TV series "Glee," was indicted on Friday on charges of receiving and possessing child pornography, officials said. More »

 

Amber Heard accuses estranged husband Johnny Depp of domestic violence

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actress Amber Heard obtained a restraining order on Friday against her estranged husband Johnny Depp after accusing the actor of verbal, emotional and physical abuse, days after she filed for divorce to end their 15-month marriage. More »

 

Gawker privacy lawsuit evolves into battle of tech billionaires

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Billionaire media owner Pierre Omidyar is backing news and entertainment web site Gawker Media in its lawsuit against wrestler Hulk Hogan, adding a new twist to a case pitting technology money against press freedom. More »

 

Justin Bieber sued over riff in smash hit 'Sorry'

(Reuters) - Canadian pop star Justin Bieber and the co-writers of his 2015 smash hit "Sorry" are being sued for allegedly stealing a vocal riff from another artist who said she used it on her own song a year earlier. More »

 

Edible bug industry hopes crickets and kin are the next sushi

DETROIT (Reuters) - Just like raw tuna is a favorite of foodies everywhere, Robert Nathan Allen foresees a day when crickets will make their way onto consumers' plates. More »

 

Word nerds appeal for mercy, breathe deep before U.S. Spelling Bee finals

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. (Reuters) - Young finalists in the Scripps National Spelling Bee turned to occasional deep breathing, writing on their hands and appeals for mercy on Thursday as they competed to make the championships. More »

 

Turning 90, Winnie-the-Pooh meets Britain's queen in new story

LONDON (Reuters) - Winnie-the-Pooh turns 90 this year and the much-loved children's character returns for a new adventure in which he meets someone else celebrating the same significant birthday -- Britain's Queen Elizabeth. More »

 

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