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Monday, Jul. 6, 2020
Tom Hanks Reflects On Coronavirus and "Greyhound," Which Is Set For Apple TV+ Debut
Since contracting COVID-19 in March, Tom Hanks has been, by most measures, busy. He and his wife, Rita Wilson, flew home after recuperating in Australia, where he had been shooting Baz Luhrmann's Elvis Presley film. He hosted a from-home episode of "Saturday Night Live," an already distant enough...
Monday, Jul. 6, 2020
Payroll Protection Program Aid Went Beyond Hard-Hit Small Businesses
The government on Monday identified roughly 650,000 mostly small businesses and nonprofits that received taxpayer money through a federal program that was designed to soften job losses from the coronavirus but also benefited wealthy, well-connected companies and some celebrity owned firms. The...
Monday, Jul. 6, 2020
A "Bold" Return To Set At CBS Studio During Pandemic
When Denise Richards returned to the set of CBS' "The Bold and the Beautiful" last week after the pandemic shutdown filming for three months, a detailed, specific plan was in place to keep everyone safe. The soap opera is under a microscope, as one of the first U.S. productions to resume after...
Monday, Jul. 6, 2020
Colin Kaepernick Enters Into First-Look Deal With Disney
Colin Kaepernick will be featured in a documentary series produced by ESPN Films as part of a first-look deal with The Walt Disney Co. The deal between Kaepernick's production arm, Ra Vision Media, and The Walt Disney Co. was announced Monday. The partnership will focus on telling scripted and...
Monday, Jul. 6, 2020
Oscar-Winning Composer Ennio Morricone Dies At 91
Ennio Morricone, the Oscar-winning Italian composer who created the coyote-howl theme for the iconic Spaghetti Western "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" and often haunting soundtracks for such classic Hollywood gangster movies as "The Untouchables" and the epic "Once Upon A Time In America," died...
Monday, Jul. 6, 2020
U.K. Establishes $2B Pandemic Rescue Package For Arts Venues
The British government has announced more than 1.5 billion pounds (almost $2 billion) to help the country's renowned arts and cultural institutions recover from the coronavirus pandemic, after some theaters and music venues warned that without support they might never open again. The 1.57 billion...
Saturday, Jul. 4, 2020
Director Hirokazu Kore-eda and Catherine Deneuve Bridge Language Gap, Realize "The Truth"
Catherine Deneuve plays an icon of French cinema in "The Truth." She even chose her own middle name, Fabienne, for her character who says things like, "I'd rather have been a bad friend and a bad mother and a great actress." But don't go looking for some essential truths, or gossip, about Deneuve...
Thursday, Jul. 2, 2020
Injury, Tragedy Impact Scott Eastwood, Director Rod Lurie, Respectively, On "The Outpost"
An accident requiring two screws in his ankle nearly prevented Scott Eastwood from portraying a real life soldier in Afghanistan in "The Outpost" — a role that required a level of athleticism. Eastwood was tight-lipped about how he was injured, but he said it led to an "interesting" shoot. Director...
Thursday, Jul. 2, 2020
Facebook, Twitter Shares Drop As Verizon Joins Advertiser Boycott
Verizon's decision to join the growing boycott against Facebook and Twitter risks hurting the social media giants where it hurts most: their advertising revenue. Advertising accounts for nearly all Facebook's $70.7 billion annual revenue, and a similar share of Twitter's $3.46 billion. Both already...
Wednesday, Jul. 1, 2020
Can Facebook Weather The Advertiser Boycott? 530 Companies and Counting Join "Stop Hate for Profit" Campaign
On Wednesday, more than 500 companies officially kicked off an advertising boycott intended to pressure Facebook into taking a stronger stand against hate speech. CEO Mark Zuckerberg has agreed to meet with its organizers early next week. But whether Zuckerberg agrees to further tighten the social...

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