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  • Sunday, Sep. 13, 2020
In this Monday, Dec. 16, 2019 file photo, John Boyega arrives at the world premiere of "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" in Los Angeles. British perfume brand Jo Malone has apologized to Black actor John Boyega of “Star Wars” fame after cutting him out of the Chinese version of a cologne commercial he helped create. (Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)
NEW YORK (AP) -- 

British perfume brand Jo Malone has apologized to Black actor John Boyega of "Star Wars" fame after cutting him out of the Chinese version of a cologne commercial he helped create. 

Jo Malone London said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter that the ad designed for Chinese audiences was a misstep and has been removed. The recreated ad replaced Boyega with Chinese star Liu Haoran.

"The concept for the film was based on John's personal experiences and should not have been replicated," it said.

Jo Malone and its parent company, Estée Lauder, didn't respond to emailed requests for comment Sunday. Boyega and his representatives also couldn't be reached for comment.

The original ad starring Boyega aired last year and was called "The London Gent." It features the London-born actor walking around the neighborhood where he grew up and riding a horse in a park, and it makes reference to his Nigerian heritage in a scene featuring More

  • Sunday, Sep. 13, 2020
This undated photo provided by Panda Bear Films/Latino Public Broadcasting shows Salvadoran immigrants Claudia and Alex Golinelli, featured in a new PBS film stand outside their Dallas home. "Building the American Dream," a new VOCES/PBS documentary scheduled to air on most PBS stations on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020, examines the effects of this construction boom in the American Southwest on Latino workers by telling the stories of those erecting buildings in Texas. (Moyo Oyelola/Panda Bear Films/Latino Public Broadcasting via AP)
RIO RANCHO, N.M. (AP) -- 

Since the Great Recession, cities like Dallas, Houston, Phoenix, and Hobbs, New Mexico, have seen construction booms. Homes and skyscrapers have popped up almost overnight thanks to cheap labor Latino immigrants provide contractors.

But at what cost?

"Building the American Dream," a new VOCES/PBS documentary, examines the effects of this construction boom in the American Southwest on Latino workers by telling the stories of those erecting buildings in Texas.

The film dives into the lives of one Mexican immigrant family in Texas after their construction worker son dies while on the job.

A Salvadorian electrician couple is cheated out of wages and tries to force a contractor to pay despite having no union to back them up.

Meanwhile, advocates work to try to convince lawmakers and city officials to make lives better for workers, not by demanding insurance or workers' compensation, but through a simple request: water More

  • Saturday, Sep. 12, 2020
California Assemblywoman Laura Friedman, author of AB 276
LOS ANGELES -- 

Governor Newsom’s signature on Assembly Bill 276, a bill eliminating a potential tax trap for Californians needing to borrow from their employer-sponsored retirement plan during the COVID-19 pandemic, was heralded by the Entertainment Union Coalition (EUC), comprised of the California IATSE Council, Laborers Local 724, Teamsters Local 399 and SAG AFTRA.
 
“In these difficult times, our members across California need access to their retirement funds to support themselves and their families during the current COVID pandemic. AB 276 will allow them to do that without incurring a penalty or unintended income tax payments,”  a statement from the EUC read.  “We thank the Governor and the bill’s author, Assembly Member Laura Friedman, for their support of working people statewide. We are glad that our concern for our members has led to protection for working women and men in similar circumstances throughout the State.”  
 
The legislation, More

  • Friday, Sep. 11, 2020
This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in a scene from "Wonder Woman 1984." Following the less-than-stellar theatrical debut of Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet,” Warner Bros. is delaying its next big release, “Wonder Woman 1984,” to Christmas. (Clay Enos/Warner Bros Pictures via AP)
NEW YORK (AP) -- 

Following the less-than-stellar theatrical debut of Christopher Nolan's "Tenet," Warner Bros. is delaying its next big release, "Wonder Woman 1984," to Christmas.

The postponement of the "Wonder Woman" sequel, which had been scheduled to hit theaters Oct. 2, comes on the heels of Hollywood's strongest attempt to lure moviegoers back to theaters during the pandemic. 

Warner Bros.' $200 million "Tenet" fared well in its international-first release, but found ticket sales harder to come by in the United States. About 25% of U.S. theaters remain closed, including those in the top markets of Los Angeles and New York.

"Tenet" grossed about $20 million in its North American rollout, which included two weeks of showings in Canada. Some believed that was as good as possible, given the circumstances, and enough evidence that audiences would follow new releases into theaters. The "Wonder Woman 1984" postponement suggests Hollywood's fall may More

  • Thursday, Sep. 10, 2020
Hayao Miyazaki arrives at the 6th annual Governors Awards in Los Angeles on Nov. 8, 2014. The Academy of Motion Pictures announced a temporary exhibition "Hayao Miyazaki" with over 300 objects exploring each of Miyazaki's animated films. The exhibition will open on April 30, 2021. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- 

The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is finally opening its doors in Los Angeles in April with an exhibit celebrating the works of the legendary Japanese animator Hayao Miyazaki. Envisioned as a journey through his six-decade career, it's the first of its kind in North America and will have over 300 objects on display, organizers said Thursday. Some have never been shown outside of Japan. 

"Miyazaki's genius is his power of remembering what he sees," said Studio Ghibli co-founder Toshio Suzuki. "It is our hope that visitors will be able to experience the entire scope of Hayao Miyazaki's creative process through this exhibition."

Curator Jessica Niebel said she hopes that it will appeal to both the most avid Miyazaki fans and newcomers. 

Visitors will enter the temporary exhibit, which is organized thematically into seven sections, following Mei, the four-year-old heroine of "My Neighbor Totoro," into the "Tree Tunnel" gallery. From More

  • Thursday, Sep. 10, 2020
In this Sept. 20, 1972 file photo, British actress Diana Rigg and actor Anthony Hopkins attend the opening night of Macbeth at the National Theatre, London. Rigg plays Lady Macbeth opposite Hopkins' Macbeth in the Shakespearean tragedy. Actress Diana Rigg, who became a 1960s style icon as secret agent Emma Peel in TV series “The Avengers,” has died at age 82. Rigg’s agent Simon Beresford says she died Thursday Sept. 10, 2020 at home with her family. (AP Photo/Bob Dear, File)
LONDON (AP) -- 

Diana Rigg, a commanding British actress whose career stretched from iconic 1960s spy series "The Avengers" to fantasy juggernaut "Game of Thrones," has died. She was 82.

Rigg's agent, Simon Beresford, said she died Thursday morning at home with her family. Daughter Rachael Stirling said she died of cancer that was diagnosed in March.

Rigg "spent her last months joyfully reflecting on her extraordinary life, full of love, laughter and a deep pride in her profession. I will miss her beyond words," Stirling said.

Rigg starred in "The Avengers" as secret agent Emma Peel alongside Patrick McNee's bowler-hatted John Steed. The pair were an impeccably dressed duo who fought villains and traded quips in a show whose mix of adventure and humor was enduringly influential.

Rigg also starred in 1967 James Bond thriller "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" as the only woman ever to marry, albeit briefly, Agent 007.

In later life, she More

  • Thursday, Sep. 10, 2020
Among the LIONS Live case studies slated for next month is one focusing on the IKEA "ThisAbles" campaign out of McCann Tel Aviv.
LONDON -- 

Cannes Lions has scheduled a second edition of LIONS Live which will take place from October 19-23. 

Charlotte Williams, VP Content, Cannes Lions, said that October’s program was being curated to “inspire, equip and empower people”. She added, “For our second edition of LIONS Live, we are inviting leading practitioners and brands to share rich insights and honest accounts of how the world’s best creative work came to light. Our community always feeds back to us that they want to hear more “behind the scenes” case studies on award-winning creative work so in October we’ll be serving these up in the most practical way possible. ”

With a specific daily focus, the program will support the industry with a pragmatic week of incisive learning and doing, along with practical, constructive advice. This will include an insider’s view into exceptional creativity from Grand Prix and Gold Lion-winning teams as they share the “how” and “why” behind some More

  • Wednesday, Sep. 9, 2020
This image released by FX shows Lakeith Stanfield, left, and Donald Glover in a scene from "Atlanta." The FX comedy created by and starring Glover will begin its pandemic-delayed production in the first half of 2021, FX Networks Chairman John Landgraf said Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. (Guy D'Alema/FX via AP)
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- 

Earn and Paper Boi were last seen flying to Europe on "Atlanta," but they won't touch down until sometime next year.

The acclaimed FX comedy starring creator Donald Glover as Earn and Brian Tyree Henry as his rapper cousin will begin its pandemic-delayed production in the first half of 2021, FX Networks Chairman John Landgraf said Wednesday.

Glover and the other series' writers have completed the scripts for seasons three and four, with plans to tape them back to back.

But COVID-19 safety concerns and the intricate task of coordinating a lengthy shoot hindered production, said Landgraf. One season is to be shot primarily in Europe and the other in Atlanta.

A lag time already was expected for the return of the Emmy-winning "Atlanta," which last aired new episodes in May 2018. Earlier this year, Landgraf suggested season three would debut in January 2021, with season four likely to follow that fall.

Landgraf didn't More

  • Wednesday, Sep. 9, 2020
In this March 2, 2017 file photo, Tucker Carlson, host of "Tucker Carlson Tonight," poses for photos in a Fox News Channel studio, in New York. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)
NEW YORK (AP) -- 

Tucker Carlson drew the television equivalent of a royal flush on the week before Labor Day.

The controversial Fox News Channel personality had all five of his weeknight programs land in the Nielsen company's 20 most popular programs last week. Four of them were in the Top 10.

Fox's Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham, as well as MSNBC's Rachel Maddow, all had programs in the Top 20 last week, a reflection of interest in the presidential campaign as well as the relative paucity of entertainment options on broadcast television.

None of the broadcast networks topped an average of three million viewers in primetime last week.

NBC, with 2.82 million, narrowly edged ABC's 2.81 million viewers. CBS had 2.6 million, Univision had 1.3 million, ION Television had 1.2 million, Fox had 1.17 million and Telemundo had 1.1 million.

Fox News Channel led the way among cable networks, averaging 3.43 million viewers in primetime last week. More

  • Wednesday, Sep. 9, 2020
This image released by AMC shows Norman Reedus, left, and Samantha Morton in a scene from "The Walking Dead." The AMC channel says its series will wrap with an 11th season spanning 24 episodes and two years. When “The Walking Dead” is laid to rest in late 2022. (Jace Downs/AMC via AP)
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- 

The end is coming for "The Walking Dead," but not until 2022.

The AMC series that became a franchise with current and planned spin-offs will wrap with an 11th season spanning 24 episodes and two years, the channel said Wednesday.

The series has yet to air six episodes that are part of an expanded 10th season. Those are set for early next year.

When "The Walking Dead" is laid to rest in late 2022, a new spin-off centered on characters Daryl Dixon and Carol Peletier (Norman Reedus, Melissa McBride) will follow in 2023, AMC said.

An anthology series, "Tales of the Walking Dead," focusing on new and existing characters, is in development along with other projects "grounded in 'The Walking Dead' universe," the channel said.

Closer at hand are "Fear the Walking Dead," which begins its sixth season Oct. 11, and newcomer "The Walking Dead: World Beyond," which debuts Oct. 4 and follows the first generation to grow up during More

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