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Cincinnati's first openly gay city council member is among elected or appointed officials being honored by the White House in a program named for slain gay rights leader Harvey Milk.
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Greta Gerwig, left, and Mickey Sumner in A A'Frances Ha,A a film thatA s warm and laugh-out-loud funny.
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At least, that's French director Guillaume Canet's experience. He had to supply his own garbage to recreate the grubby streets of 1970s Brooklyn for his debut English-language feature "Blood Ties." "Every day," the director laughed during an interview at the Cannes Film Festival, where his movie is screening out of competition.
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The time-travelling romantic comedy, which is written and directed by Love Actually's Richard Curtis, will open the Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House on August 8. "I'm tremendously excited about the premiere of About Time happening at Somerset House.
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The Hangover III star Heather Graham says she will miss playing sexy stripper Jade because the excitement makes up for her "boring" real life.
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Liberace, forever hailed as "Mr. Showmanship," was the excess-to-the-max pianist-personality whose onstage and offstage extravagance were legendary, and who wowed audiences in Las Vegas and worldwide to become the best-paid entertainer on the planet during his heyday from the 1950s to the 1970s.
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Someday I'm going to write a song and call it "Ballad of the Blue Badge." I haven't figured out a rhyme scheme yet, let alone a melody, so please allow this outline to suffice: At Cannes, the color of your badge determines the ease with which you're able to gain entry to any of the 1,001 screenings taking place at any time.
The Bay Area will remember Harvey Milk, shown here with Mayor George Moscone, center, and Supervisor Carol Ruth Silver at the January 1978 Imperial Court Coronation, with a variety of events starting this weekend From book readings to movie screenings, the Bay Area is marking the annual Harvey Milk Day with a variety of events this year.
Director Baz Luhrmann takes no half measures in his latest film, The Great Gatsby , which has its Australian premiere in Sydney on Wednesday night.
I'm surprised I didn't see the portly silhouette of a famous British director trot past in that episode because for me, that was Game of Thrones Alfred Hitchcock-style. Taut psychodrama, and taut psychos - it had it all.
He's played a science-fiction hero, policeman and even Hamlet. But now actor Keanu Reeves is taking on a new role - as director of a contemporary martial arts movie aimed at both Chinese and Western audiences.
Mason and Emma are the most popular baby names in Pennsylvania for 2012, according to Social Security data.
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson have broken up, People reports. According to a source, the Twilight stars have parted ways after more than three years of dating.
The Griswold family is back in high-definition! Yes, another Blu-ray edition of National Lampoon's Vacation is here.
There was the spectacle, the runaway budget, the fights with the studio. But almost everyone thinks about the 1963 movie "Cleopatra" for one thing: Liz and Dick.
Ray Manzarek, founding keyboardist of The Doors, died Monday at age 74 at a medical clinic in Rosenheim, Germany, after a long battle with bile duct cancer.
Nelson Mandela, old and frail, lives in seclusion in his Johannesburg home. Beyond the high walls of the house, the fighting over his image and what he stood for has already begun.