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Tom Hanks fails to topple Tyler Perry at US box office
Tyler Perry's Halloween comedy has retained the top spot at the US box office - holding off competition from Tom Hanks's latest film Inferno. Boo! A Madea Halloween, which Perry directed, wrote, co-produced and stars in, took $16.7m (£13.7m) on its second weekend of release. Inferno, based on the Dan Brown novel, scored a relatively disappointing $15m (£12.3m) to debut in second place. The latest film in the Da Vinci Code series has received poor reviews. The previous film in the...
Bob Dylan: Nobel Literature Prize left me speechless
US singer-songwriter Bob Dylan says he accepts his Nobel Prize in literature, ending a silence since being awarded the prize earlier this month. He said the honour had left him "speechless", the Nobel Foundation said in a statement. The foundation said it had not yet been decided if the singer would attend the awards ceremony in December. However, Dylan reportedly told a UK newspaper he intended to pick up the award in person "if at all possible". The award to the star was announced on ...
Justin Bieber walks off stage after asking fans to stop screaming
Justin Bieber has walked off stage in Manchester after asking fans to stop screaming in the gaps between songs. During the last of three shows in the city as part of his Purpose world tour the singer said: "I appreciate all the support, I appreciate love I appreciate the kind things. "But the screaming in these breaks has got to stop. Please and thank you. "I don't think it's necessary when I'm trying to say something and you guys are screaming." When the crowd didn't go quiet he dropped his...
Walking Dead is renewed for another series ahead of the season seven premiere
The Walking Dead has been renewed for another series, before the start of the seventh season next week. The zombie drama, made by US TV network AMC, will be followed by The Talking Dead - a show which discusses storylines after the final credits. The final scene of the sixth series showed new baddie Negan, played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, killing one of the main cast with his barbwire-covered baseball bat which he calls Lucille. The show is broadcast on Fox in the UK. The programme's main prod...
The Accountant topples The Girl On The Train at US box office
Ben Affleck's latest film, The Accountant, has topped the US box office on its opening weekend. The crime drama, which also stars Anna Kendrick and Oscar winner JK Simmons, took $24.7m (£20.3m), holding off competition from Kevin Hart: What Now?. The US comedian's concert film took $11.98m (£9.8m). The two new entries knocked last week's number one, The Girl On The Train, based on the novel of the same name by Paula Hawkins, down to number three. The film, which stars Emily Blunt...
JK Rowling plans five Fantastic Beasts films
Harry Potter author JK Rowling has said she has planned scripts for a total of five Fantastic Beasts films. The first movie, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them - which marks Rowling's debut as a screenwriter - is released on 17 November. A sequel had already been confirmed by Warner Bros, but Rowling made her new announcement at a promotional event in London's Leicester Square. She said that she was "pretty sure" the story would unfold over five films. The Fantastic Beasts film is set i...
Bob Dylan wins Nobel Literature Prize
US singer Bob Dylan has been awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature. The 75-year-old rock legend received the prize "for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition". The balladeer, artist and occasional actor is the first songwriter to win the prestigious award. Dylan was born Robert Allen Zimmerman in 1941 and began his musical career in 1959, playing in coffee houses in Minnesota. Much of his best-known work dates from the 1960s, when he became an i...
Kim Kardashian West sues over claims she faked robbery
US reality TV star Kim Kardashian West is suing a celebrity gossip website for claiming that she faked being the victim of a robbery in Paris last week. The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages for defamation and names both the site, MediaTakeout, and its founder, Fred Mwangaguhunga. The star was tied up by gun-wielding robbers who broke into a Paris flat earlier this month, police say. They made off with jewellery worth about $10m (£8m). The lawsuit filed in federal court in New York sai...
Donald Trump comments: Nancy O'Dell criticises 'objectification'
Entertainment Tonight host Nancy O'Dell has said women should not be objectified, even in the locker room. She was responding to obscene comments made by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in 2005, which came to light last week. O'Dell said: "There is no room for objectification of women." Mr Trump has apologised for the comments, adding: "This was locker room banter, a private conversation that took place many years ago." The original remarks were recorded while Mr Tru...
The Rolling Stones 'hit a wall' making new music, says Don Was
The Rolling Stones' new album of blues covers was created after attempts to record new material faltered, producer Don Was has told the BBC. "We'd gone in the studio to start cutting some new songs," said Was, who has worked with the band since 1994. "Around day three we just hit a wall... and Keith suggested that, to cleanse the creative palette, we played Blue and Lonesome, the Little Walter song. "Fortunately we ran the tape and it was just awesome." He told BBC Radio 6 Music: "The w...
Naomie Harris begs Daniel Craig to remain as James Bond
Daniel Craig should stay on as 007 and make a fifth James Bond film, according to Moneypenny actress Naomie Harris. "He's an extraordinary actor and I think he's the best modern Bond that we have had and I desperately want him back," she said. "Come back Daniel!" The Skyfall star made the comments at a London Film Festival screening of Moonlight, an Oscar-tipped US drama in which she plays a drug-addicted mother. Harris shot the film while promoting Spectre, her most recent Bond outing. "Of ...
Kylie Minogue wedding waits for Australian marriage equality
Kylie Minogue's British fiance has said the couple won't get married until same-sex marriage becomes legal in Australia. The Australian singer, 48, and English actor Joshua Sasse, 28, announced their engagement earlier this year. The couple have been vocal supporters of the "Say I Do Down Under" marriage equality campaign. The government has proposed holding a public vote on same-sex marriage in February 2017. Mr Sasse, who helped launch the "yes" campaign at the weekend, said the pair would...
Hollywood actor Ben Stiller reveals he had prostate cancer but is now cancer-free
Hollywood actor Ben Stiller has revealed he was diagnosed with prostate cancer but is now cancer-free. The star of Zoolander was diagnosed with a tumour in 2014. He says he now wants to share his story to lend his support for a controversial test which saved his life. In an article on Medium, Stiller described the moment of his diagnosis as "a classic Walter White moment, except I was me, and no-one was filming anything at all". He wrote: "I got diagnosed with prostate cancer Friday, June 13...
Elena Ferrante: Journalist defends unmasking 'anonymous' author
An Italian journalist who published the true identity of the "anonymous" author Elena Ferrante has said he did so because she is "a public figure". Claudio Gatti published a story in the New York Review of Books outing the author, who writes under a pseudonym, as Italian translator Anita Raja. He said: "Millions of [Ferrante's] books are bought by readers. "In a way I think readers have the right to know something about the person who created the work." Speaking to BBC Radio 4's To...
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