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Christina Applegate Struggles With a Sleep Disorder

The actress is battling insomnia, averaging just three hours of sleep a night. And it's taking a toll on her ''health, personality and well-being.'' More.>>

 

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Prince had painkiller Percocet in his system: reports

(Reuters) - Music superstar Prince's autopsy found the painkiller Percocet in his system, the Minneapolis Star Tribune and KSTP-TV reported on Thursday, citing sources close to the investigation. More »

 

Obamas celebrate 'Star Wars Day'

U.S. President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle celebrated international Star Wars Day on Wednesday (May 4) by dancing with Star Wars characters in the White House. Video of the Obamas dancing with two of the stormtrooper characters from the film franchise - plus robot R2-D2 - appeared on the White House website. Star Wars enthusiasts marked the day celebrating the space saga by chanting or tweeting "May the Fourth Be With You", a play on the films' catchphrase "May the force be with you". More »

 

'Kardashian' stars hit Cuba

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian and her musician husband Kanye West were spotted leaving a restaurant in Havana on Thursday (May 5). They are on the island, together with other members of the reality show clan to shoot scenes for the reality show "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." They are accompanied by Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian and her friend Malika Haqq, who stars in the spinoff series "Dash Dolls." Kim and Kanye's daughter, North, has been pictured riding with her mother in a pink convertible. Former Cold War foes the United States and Cuba formally agreed to restore diplomatic relations last July. More »

 

Spotify-backed 'Soundtrack Your Brand' launches in U.S., signs McDonald's

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Soundtrack Your Brand, a music streaming service for businesses backed by Spotify, launched in the United States on Thursday and announced a global deal with fast food chain McDonald's. More »

 

Mexican exhibit sheds light on lives of Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera

MEXICO CITY - Personal letters, manuscripts and photographs belonging to Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera that had been locked away for decades are the focus of a new exhibition about the lives and relationship of two of Mexico's most celebrated artists. More »

 

'Our Kind of Traitor' premieres in London

The latest film adapted by a book by John le Carre premiered in London on Thursday (May 5), with stars Naomie Harris and Damian Lewis taking to the red carpet at the screening in London's Mayfair. Our Kind of Traitor' follows married couple Perry (Ewan McGregor) and Gail (Naomie Harris) as they meet a money launderer for the Russian mafia (Skellan Skarsgard) and travel from Marrakesh to Paris, Bern and the French Alps as they try to help MI6 protect their new friend and his family. Damian Lewis, who plays MI6 agent Hector in the film said he researched his complex role in a rather unorthodox way. "Well, I met some MI6 agents, operatives, people who were working in embassies abroad and I had a very nice slap up lunch in a club in London.” He said, “That's my kind of research." The film features some stunning scenery - both in Marrakesh and in Europe. Naomie Harris - who plays a barrister married to lead character Perry (portrayed by Ewan McGregor) who gets embroiled in the Russian mafia spoke about her favorite place she filmed. "I really loved the French Alps, you know. I really loved being able to just get up in the morning and go for walks for miles and not see anybody in the wilderness." She said, "I absolutely loved that, but Stellan Skarsgard, who plays Dima, absolutely hated it. He was like, "get me out of here, there's nothing to do". So they had to kind of get him off to Paris quickly to get some life and action. But I was very happy there". 'Our Kind of Traitor' is full of twists and turns, stunning locations and, unusually for a movie of this genre, quite a few laughs. It's set to be released in the UK on May 13 and in the U.S. in July. More »

 

Kaskade on hidden popularity of dance music

As Kaskade prepares for one of the biggest concerts of his career this weekend in Los Angeles, the American DJ and music producer spoke to Reuters about the appeal of electronic dance music (EDM) and why people want to experience it live. More »

 

Prince died on eve of planned meeting with addiction doctor

(Reuters) - Music legend Prince died one day before he was scheduled to meet a doctor who specializes in addiction treatment for a "life-saving mission," the doctor's lawyer said at a news conference on Wednesday. More »

 

Lights! Camera! Action! The first job tales of filmmakers

NEW YORK (Reuters) - When you ask people about their first jobs, you hear a lot of similar answers: newspaper delivery boys, lawn mowers, checkout cashiers. More »

 

Artist ends lawsuit over Shkreli's one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang album

NEW YORK (Reuters) - An artist from Long Island, New York has ended his lawsuit blaming indicted drug executive Martin Shkreli and Wu-Tang Clan leader Robert "RZA" Diggs for stealing his illustrations for a one-of-a-kind album that Shkreli bought for $2 million. More »

 

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