Doreen Luckie, aged 91, and George Kirby, aged 103, sign the register during their wedding ceremony at the Langham Hotel in Eastbourne, southern England. (AFP)
LOS ANGELES: Host Jon Stewart will leave the satirical and pioneering “The Daily Show” later this year, his bosses at Comedy Central said Tuesday, calling him a “comic genius.”
NEW YORK: It’s not that often that Hugh Jackman gets a role speaking in his native Australian accent, so while working on the upcoming science-fiction thriller “Chappie” he had to get reacquainted wit
LOS ANGELES: The official after-party for the Grammy Awards was a tribute concert for Stevie Wonder.
LONDON: Angelina Jolie has opened an academic center billed as Britain’s first to focus on women, peace and security.
BERLIN: German cinema veteran Wim Wenders unveiled his first feature film in seven years Tuesday, the 3-D drama “Every Thing Will Be Fine” starring James Franco as a writer who accidentally kills a ch
‘Heartscapes’, ‘sadscapes’, ‘hopescapes’ — certainly much more than landscapes.
NEW YORK: A week after HarperCollins stunned the literary world with news that Harper Lee is publishing a second novel, controversy rages about whether the reclusive, 88-year-old novelist is of sound
LOS ANGELES: Rapper Iggy Azalea is known for her bruising battles on social media and Monday was unleashing her anger against a new enemy — a pizza chain.
BERLIN: British actor Robert Pattinson said Monday he learned to sympathize with the paparazzi by playing the photographer who helped make James Dean an icon.
BERLIN: Oscar winner Helen Mirren presented her new movie about Nazi-looted art in Berlin on Monday, saying Germany and Austria should not rest until all the works are returned.
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