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  • Formula One hires Hollywood composer to write new theme

    LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One has hired the composer of several "Fast and Furious" movies to write a new theme tune for the motor racing organization.

  • Time's Up to receive official moment on Oscars stage

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The Academy Awards show has set aside a moment to feature the Time's Up campaign against workplace sexual misconduct during Sunday's Oscars ceremony.

  • Facebook Orders Kim Kardashian West's Celebrity Kid Prank Series, Produced by Lionsgate

    LOS ANGELES ( - An unscripted series from Kim Kardashian West -- featuring famous people getting punked by their kids -- is coming to Facebook's Watch video service.

  • Prince Harry and fiancee Meghan to invite public to wedding celebrations

    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Prince Harry and his wife-to-be Meghan Markle will invite more than 2,500 members of the public to take part in their wedding day celebrations in May, his office said on Friday.

  • Female-led investor group to buy Weinstein Co assets

    (Reuters) - A former Obama administration official on Thursday reached a deal to purchase assets of The Weinstein Company and said she will use a majority-female board to rebuild the Hollywood studio tarnished by sexual misconduct allegations.

  • Transparency? Check. Results? Stay tuned. Trump TV rocks DC

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - In a case of reality TV meets Washington, President Donald Trump is bringing television cameras into normally private White House talks with lawmakers that feature sharp debates and, seemingly, policy-making on the fly.

  • Fox to Air Unseen O.J. Simpson Interview

    LOS ANGELES ( - Fox will air a special containing footage of O.J. Simpson's previously unseen interview with publisher Judith Regan, in which the disgraced football star hypothesizes about the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.

  • Ryan Seacrest Gets Support From Kelly Ripa: 'You Are a Privilege to Work With'

    LOS ANGELES ( - Kelly Ripa offered her "Live!" co-host Ryan Seacrest a public show of support as he faces accusations of sexual harassment.

  • TV Review: 'Atlanta: Robbin' Season'

    LOS ANGELES ( - "Atlanta" isn't a show, it's a state of mind. That was already true in the comedy's critically acclaimed, stellar first season, which married seductive surrealism with a lovely, oblique portrait of black creative aspiration in the South. With its second season, "Atlanta" -- subtitled "Robbin' Season," for the holiday season crime spree that engulfs the city -- is even more atmospheric, with the measured confidence of an Olympic athlete.

  • TV Review: 'Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G.' on USA

    LOS ANGELES ( - The serial strip-mining of the '80s and '90s shows no sign of slowing down. One way to indicate where "Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G." fits on the retro-drama continuum is to say that it's not in the realm of FX's "The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story," which remains the gold standard for this kind of thing, but it's better than "Waco," "Manhunt: Unabomber" and a few other less adept entries. "Unsolved" is regularly tripped up by the sheer complexity of the tale it's trying to tell, but there's a winning energy about it that kept me watching.

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