Ringo Starr gets back to where he once belonged
Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr has very little left to prove. Yet at 77, he´s about to release his...
Superman confronts a new villain: white supremacists
No longer are planet-destroying extra-terrestrials or billionaire evil geniuses the villains; Superman — the DC Comics superhero — has...
J.J. Abrams to direct ´Star Wars IX,´ announces Lucasfilm
Sci-fi filmmaker J.J. Abrams is to direct “Star Wars: Episode IX,” Lucasfilm announced on Tuesday, following the departure of...
Ringo Starr gets back to where he once belonged
Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr has very little left to prove. Yet at 77, he´s about to release his 19th solo album, filled with nostalgia about a glorious past that he has often sought to distance himself from. Starr teams up with former bandmate Paul McCartney in the album,... Read more
Superman confronts a new villain: white supremacists
No longer are planet-destroying extra-terrestrials or billionaire evil geniuses the villains; Superman — the DC Comics superhero — has a new mission protecting hardworking immigrants from white supremacist bullies. In the latest edition of the Action Comics series, which has published Superman’s adventures since 1938, the Man of Steel” intervenes to stop... Read more
J.J. Abrams to direct ´Star Wars IX,´ announces Lucasfilm
Sci-fi filmmaker J.J. Abrams is to direct “Star Wars: Episode IX,” Lucasfilm announced on Tuesday, following the departure of Colin Trevorrow over creative differences. Abrams — a familiar face in the “Star Wars” universe who directed “The Force Awakens” (2015) — will co-write the film with Chris Terrio, who... Read more
29Rooms, the exhibition created for social media
Visitors are touching the art, wearing it and even jumping on it at the popular immersive exhibition “29Rooms” being held in a Brooklyn warehouse. Artists, companies and non-profits have come together for the interactive event hosted by the website Refinery29 which closes on Monday after a four-day run. In... Read more
Ivy League graduate and dance champion crowned Miss America
An Ivy League graduate and national dance champion from North Dakota was crowned Miss America on Sunday, becoming the first contestant from the state to win the nearly 100-year-old contest. Cara Mund, from Bismarck, North Dakota, a graduate of Brown University in Rhode Island, who has been accepted to... Read more
Momina Mustehsan opens up about her struggle with depression
Pakistan’s pop singer Momina Mustehsan, in a video posted on Instagram, is revealing that she struggles about overcoming depression. Momina, who became a singing sensation after her debut ‘Afreen Afreen’  with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan in Coke Studio, In a series of candid posts on Instagram, has opened up about... Read more
if my career ends now, I have nothing to lose: Kangana
Bollywood actress, Kangana Ranaut, says if her career ends now, she has nothing to lose as she has a huge success story for the rest of her life. In an interview to with ‘India Today’, Kangana says, “I have acted upon my fears when I was struggling and trying to... Read more
Even hurricane Irma could not hamper delighted tourists’ plans to visit Disney World
Not even a hurricane could keep tourists from the happiest place on Earth on Saturday. With Hurricane Irma looming over the entire state of Florida, Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom remained open until 9 PM on Saturday night, well before the storm was expected to threaten the area but... Read more
Del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’ wins top award at Venice Film Festival
Mexican director Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water — a dark fairy tale, in which a mute cleaning lady falls in love with an aquatic creature — won the Golden Lion award for best film at the Venice Film Festival on Saturday. The runner-up Grand Jury prize went to family... Read more
Lady Gaga says taking a break after fifth album tour
Lady Gaga said Friday she plans to take a break after her current Joanne World Tour ends in mid-December. “I’m gonna take a rest,” she told a press conference at the Toronto film festival for the premiere of the documentary film “Gaga: Five Foot Two.” “I don’t know how... Read more
Main Punjab Nahi Jaoun, Na Maloom Afraad 2 rocks box office
Pakistani films hit the box office on Eid-ul-Azha are doing better business running as compared to Indian films exhibited in the country. According to sources from Pakistan film Industry, Pakistani film ‘Na Maloom Afraad 2’, has so far done a record business of Rs 60 million since the first... Read more
French fashion giants ban ultra-thin models
A host of French-owned fashion labels spanning Christian Dior to Saint Laurent pledged Wednesday to ban ultra-thin models from their advertising and catwalk shows following criticism that the industry encourages anorexia. French holding companies LVMH and Kering, which own dozens of top brands between them, unveiled a charter “to... Read more
Kate wins damages over intrusive photos published in Closer magazine
A French court ruled Tuesday that a French celebrity magazine must pay 100,000 euros in damages to Britain´s Prince William and his wife Kate over topless photos of the duchess published in 2012. The court also ordered Closer magazine´s editor Laurence Pieau and publisher Ernesto Mauri to each pay... Read more
Taylor Swift soars atop US chart, ends ‘Despacito’ reign
Taylor Swift’s vengeful new track topped the US singles chart Tuesday with the year’s highest one-week sales, halting the historic reign of global sensation “Despacito.” “Look What You Made Me Do,” a dark dance track that is the first single off Swift’s upcoming album “Reputation,” pushed “Despacito” to number... Read more