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"Moonlight" to top Spirit Awards nominations
Coming-of-age tale "Moonlight" and road movie "American Honey" led the pack of independent films tipped for Oscars glory.
McConaughey gains weight for his role in 'Gold'
The actor told an audience at a screening for the film that he gained 45 pounds to play businessman, who strikes gold in Indonesia.
The rise of on-demand viewing divides Hollywood
Hollywood's traditional media players are facing an unprecedented challenge to their business model as 'cord-cutters' opt to cancel their expensive cable subscriptions in favor of on-demand streaming services.
Chinese conglomerate to buy stake in Hollywood studio
Chinese powerhouse Dalian Wanda is reportedly in talks to buy a controlling stake in US film studio Legendary, providing the company with a key anchor in Hollywood.
'Hunger Games' LA premiere scaled down over Paris attacks
The Los Angeles premiere of the latest "Hunger Games" movie has been toned down and at least two television shows have been cancelled in light of the Paris attacks.
Hollywood stars launch $3.2 bn casino resort in Macau
Hollywood stars including Leonardo DiCaprio launched Macau's newest $3.2 billion casino and entertainment resort.
Hollywood mourns 'Titanic' composer Horner
Shell-shocked Hollywood mourned James Horner, the Oscar-winning composer of musical scores for "Titanic" and "Avatar," who died in a plane crash aged 61.
Irrfan Khan urges Hollywood to adopt Bollywood culture
Indian movie star Irrfan Khan, lauded for his roles in "The Lunchbox" and "Life of Pi", has urged Hollywood directors to adopt Bollywood's love of flamboyant song-and-dance routines.
Rolling Stones announce secret pre-tour LA gig
The Rolling Stones announced a surprise last-minute gig at a small Hollywood concert venue night, as they warm up for an upcoming North American tour.
Comic McCarthy honored with Hollywood Star
Funnywoman Melissa McCarthy was immortalized on Hollywood's Walk of Fame, adding her name to the star-studded stretch of Tinseltown sidewalk honoring the entertainment industry.
Hollywood excludes women film directors: rights group
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) called for government action to confront "widespread exclusion of women directors" in the US film and television industries.
Ben Affleck 'embarrassed' over slave-owning ancestors
Hollywood star Ben Affleck says he was "embarrassed" upon learning he had slaveholding ancestors.
Hollywood icon Bacall's belongings lure bidders
Hollywood screen icon Lauren Bacall's personal possessions from the precious to the mundane hit the auction block in New York, still drawing plenty of fans.
The 'Afghan Bruce Lee' dreaming of Hollywood
Framed by the dramatic backdrop of Kabul's ruined Darulaman palace, Abbas Alizada throws kung fu punches, kicks and spins, watched by an eager young crowd.
Oscars fashion: White and silver, and lots of beads
Hollywood's A-list actresses oozed old-school elegance in white and glittering silver on the Oscars red carpet.
Oscars shapes up into a two-horse race
Hollywood is holding its breath ahead of the Oscars, with dark comedy "Birdman" and coming-of-age drama "Boyhood" neck-and-neck in the awards season home stretch.
Redmayne clinches best actor BAFTA for Hawking biopic
There may be no shortage of British talent in Hollywood, but all eyes are now on Eddie Redmayne, the newcomer who scooped a best actor BAFTA in London.
Hollywood is a brand, not a place: Banderas
Antonio Banderas, 54, is on form. The Spanish star will shortly play Pablo Picasso in "33 Dias," and will be in Terrence Malick's next film, "Knight of Cups."
Hollywood backs French mag after own free speech storm
Hollywood voiced solidarity with French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Hollywood closes ranks with Sony, presses Washington
Hollywood filmmakers urged US authorities to do more to protect against cyberattacks, and sought to close ranks with Sony.
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Alarming proportions of child and youth suicide in Kazakhstan
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