Entertainment

Ray Galton, writer of classic British sitcoms, dies at 88

Oct 6, 2018

Screenwriter Ray Galton, who co-wrote the landmark British comedy series "Hancock's Half Hour" and "Steptoe and Son," has died at age 88.

Danny Boyle to gather Britons on beaches to mark end of WWI

Oct 5, 2018

Filmmaker Danny Boyle is urging thousands of people to gather on British beaches and make silhouettes in the sand on Nov. 11 to mark 100 years since the end of World War I.

Beatles recording engineer Geoff Emerick dies at 72

Oct 4, 2018

Beatles recording engineer Geoff Emerick dies at 72

China orders actress Fan Bingbing to pay massive tax fine

Oct 4, 2018

Chinese media say tax authorities have ordered actress Fan Bingbing to pay taxes and fines but would spare her from criminal prosecution

Chinese media say actress Fan Bingbing has been ordered to pay taxes and fines but won't be prosecuted if taxes are paid

Oct 3, 2018

Chinese media say actress Fan Bingbing has been ordered to pay taxes and fines but won't be prosecuted if taxes are paid

Drummer leaves Sigur Ros band after rape allegations surface

Oct 2, 2018

The drummer of acclaimed Icelandic rock band Sigur Ros has left the group after rape allegations against him surfaced

New Okinawa chief embodies complexity of Japan's US bases

Oct 2, 2018

Denny Tamaki is the first half-American elected leader of Okinawa, and he is promising to reduce the U.S. military presence on the southwestern Japanese islands

Max Nash, AP photographer who covered war, dies at 77

Oct 1, 2018

Photographer Max Nash, who covered the conflicts in Southeast Asia and the Middle East and helped nurture a new generation of female photojournalists during more than 40 years with The Associated Press, has died after collapsing at home

Post-Kevin Spacey, Old Vic 'guardians' fight workplace abuse

Oct 1, 2018

A year after it became an unwilling focus for Britain's #MeToo movement, the Old Vic Theatre says it is trying to stamp out abuses of power in all workplaces

Japanese actor Koji Yakusho says his is a solitary craft

Sep 29, 2018

Koji Yakusho has played a range of roles in Japanese and Hollywood films and his ability to imbue a range of characters with humanism is part of why he's being honored at Tokyo Film Festival

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