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Cyber-bullied K-pop star found dead at her home

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A popular K-pop star who had long been the target of abusive online comments was found dead at her home Monday, South Korean police said. The body of Sulli, a former member of top girl group f(x), was discovered by her manager at her home on the outskirts of the… Read

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Vietnam pulls DreamWorks' 'Abominable' film over South China Sea map

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Vietnam has pulled DreamWorks' animated film "Abominable" from cinemas over a scene featuring a map which shows China's unilaterally declared "nine-dash line" in the South China Sea, state media reported on Monday. The U-shaped line is a feature used on Chinese maps to illustrate its claims over vast expanses of… Read

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5 classic Japanese horror movies to watch

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For those who may not know, J-horror is the umbrella term used for any and all Japanese horror movies. The horror genre has deep roots in Japan’s cinema reaching all the way back to the 1960s and it is just as popular a genre now as it was then. In… Read

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Scorsese says he wanted to 'enrich' past De Niro work with 'The Irishman'

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Martin Scorsese reunites with Robert De Niro in "The Irishman", a 3-1/2 hour long mob drama the acclaimed director said he chose to do with his frequent collaborator to build on their past work together rather than replicate it. Set over several decades, "The Irishman" looks at a Pennsylvania organised… Read

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Still working '9 to 5,' Dolly Parton marks 50 years at Opry

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Country superstar Dolly Parton is still working "9 to 5," and doing what she loves as she celebrated her 50th anniversary as a Grand Ole Opry member. The 73-year-old actress, singer and songwriter, who first played the Opry when she was just a teenager, played the longstanding radio show Saturday… Read

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Museum explores spooky science behind 'Frankenstein', 'The Mummy'

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What is the spookiest thing about "Frankenstein," "The Mummy" and "Dracula"? The hideous monster? The ancient curse? The sharp fangs? Or the fact that these classic horror films were all rooted in real-life scientific experiments and discoveries? That is the premise of a new exhibition at Los Angeles' Natural History… Read

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Ang Lee has a new religion in digital. Will anyone follow?

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Ang Lee's conversion began with "Life of Pi." It was the director's first movie in 3-D, and he sweated anxiously over the implementation of the technology and the torturous process of adapting Yann Martel's fanciful and allegorical book set principally in a raft containing a 450-pound Bengal tiger. Lee was… Read

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'Sesame Street' tackles addiction crisis

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"Sesame Street" is taking a new step to try to help kids navigate life in America — it's tackling the opioid crisis. Sesame Workshop is exploring the backstory of Karli, a bright green, yellow-haired friend of Elmo's whose mother is battling addiction. The initiative is part of the Sesame Street… Read

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Sienna Miller faces every mother's worst nightmare in gruelling new role

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Portraying a single mother whose teenage daughter suddenly disappears in "American Woman" was a"gruelling" role for Sienna Miller that forced the British-American actress to imagine her worst nightmare. Miller plays Debra, a 32-year old supermarket cashier whose daughter Bridget, a mother herself, fails to return home after a night out.… Read

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NBA, 'South Park' episodes spotlight Hollywood's China dilemma

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China's removal of animated comedy "South Park" from online sites just as it dropped U.S. basketball broadcasts highlighted a tension familiar to Hollywood studios - the need to please Chinese authorities in order to reach the country's vast audience. Media companies count on ticket sales in China, which is projected… Read

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