iTunes Movies U.S. charts for week ending May 28, 2017:U.S.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — "Wonder Woman" is off to a good start at the box office. Warner Bros.
In "A Quiet Passion," the period-drama veteran Terence Davies ("Sunset Song," "The House of Mirth") turns his attention to poet Emily Dickinson.
A social media campaign to ban the screening of the upcoming Warner Brothers film "Wonder Woman" in Lebanese theaters claimed victory on Wednesday.
“Wonder Woman” has been the subject of so much superfluous fuss, it’d be easy to forget that behind all of the hand-wringing and both symbolic and real pressure to succeed there’s actually a movie meant to entertain.Yet, like the heroine at its center, “Wonder Woman” the movie rises with powerful grace above the noise.
“Sarajevo Roses,” a documentary of the aftermath of the siege of Sarajevo, will make its cinematic debut in Norfolk on June 14 at the Naro Expanded Cinema.Having the film open here is a dream realized for Roger Richards, the Norfolk-based director, photographer and cinematographer who produced the film.
NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on auction of Jerry Garcia's guitar (all times local):10:30 p.m.A guitar that Jerry Garcia played everywhere from San Francisco's Winterland Ballroom to Egypt's Great Pyramids fetched over $1.9 million at an auction in New York.The Grateful Dead frontman's guitar — named Wolf — was purchased at a charity auction in Brooklyn Wednesday night.
Has any lion in winter ever roared like Christopher Plummer?In British theater director David Leveaux's WWII thriller "The Exception," Plummer plays Wilhelm II, the exiled emperor of Germany and king of Prussia who, having abdicated the throne after the defeat of World War I, has spent the last two decades at the Dutch manor Huis Doorn.
NEW YORK (AP) — A guitar that Jerry Garcia played everywhere from San Francisco's Winterland Ballroom to Egypt's Great Pyramids is headed to auction.The Grateful Dead frontman's guitar — named Wolf — will be offered Wednesday night in Brooklyn.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Seven years ago, Shantrelle P. Lewis was consumed by the negative images of young, black men being depicted in media as aggressive and dangerous.Most looked nothing like the black men she knew: in her family, her social circle, from her college days at Howard University, or from living in New Orleans, New York or Philadelphia.
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