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'This American Life' host Ira Glass and writer wife divorcing

“This American Life” host Ira Glass and his estranged wife, writer Anaheed Alani, are discussing a divorce settlement, court proceedings revealed Wednesday. “I know there has already been a settlement proposal and that the attorneys are talking,” said Manhattan Supreme ...

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Eric Clapton says he’s going deaf

Rock legend Eric Clapton is losing his hearing. The “Layla” singer, 72, revealed Tuesday that he’s suffering from tinnitus, a ringing in the ear that’s commonly caused by noise-induced hearing loss. “The only thing I’m concerned with now is being ...

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Marvel’s Black Widow standalone movie finally gets a writer

Natasha Romanoff may finally be getting her own movie. Marvel has hired screenwriter Jac Schaeffer to pen the script for a long-awaited Black Widow standalone movie, according to Variety. The character originated on the big screen with Scarlett Johansson in ...

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James Franco’s TimesTalk event canceled after misconduct claims

A public conversation with James Franco has been canceled days after the Golden Globe winner was accused of sexual misconduct. The TimesTalk event was set for Wednesday at the Kaufman Music Center as a conversation with Franco, brother Dave and ...

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Greta Gerwig says she regrets working with Woody Allen

Greta Gerwig says she’ll never work with Woody Allen again. The “Lady Bird” director said Tuesday that she regrets her role in the 2012 “To Rome With Love,” which preceded Dylan Farrow’s accusations of sexual assault against him. “I can ...

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James Franco denies sexual misconduct allegations on ‘Late Show’

James Franco denied allegations of inappropriate behavior during an appearance on “The Late Show with Colbert” that took a tense turn Tuesday night. Franco began a jovial back-and-forth with Stephen Colbert, reflecting on his Golden Globes win. He was then ...

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Robert De Niro unleashes Trump tirade at NBR Awards

NEW YORK  — Steven Spielberg’s newspaper drama “The Post” took a bow at a politically charged National Board of Review Awards where Robert De Niro lambasted President Donald Trump with an expletive-laden tirade and Meryl Streep took a moment in ...

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The most unforgettable drug dealers and kingpins of crime in cinema

The most unforgettable drug dealers and kingpins of crime in cinema Every day above ground is a good day for these agents of narcotics. In honor of the anniversary of “Scarface” first blowing up theaters, here’s a look back at ...

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New Yorkers’ Broadway attendance at 20-year high

Shining bright on Broadway: New Yorkers. More locals attended a Broadway show in 2016-2017 than any season since 1998-1999, according to the Broadway League’s 20th annual demographics report out Tuesday. Also, the number of theatergoers under 18 years old last ...

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The making of the SAG Awards 'The Actor' statuettes

The making of the SAG Awards ‘The Actor’ statuettes Rows and rows of the famous “The Actor” statuettes, awarded at the annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, were made in Burbank, California on Jan. 9, 2018 ahead of the Jan. 21 ...

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