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"Sonsational," a documentary on star South Korean soccer player Son Heung-min, is set to bow on Amazon Prime Video U.K. on Jan. 18. [Read More]
The Malaga Film Festival has launched Hack, a new digital initiative to spur development of new series, podcasts, video games. [Read More]
Hong Kong's Ocean Park needs to stop losing money and will transform itself into something other than a venue for rides and panda bears. [Read More]
Samsung's heir apparent, Lee Jae-yong is sent to prison after being found guilty in a retrial of his bribery case. [Read More]
Capital Motion Picture snares rights in North America and the U.K. to Marcus Lim's Cold War thriller 'The Man on the Other Side'. [Read More]
"Batwoman" showrunner Caroline Dries and star Javicia Leslie discuss the continued kryptonite threat and more to come in Season 2. [Read More]
Producer Phil Spector's greatest recordings ran a gamut from the Ronettes to the Ramones, with George Harrison and John Lennon in-between. [Read More]
Louis Theroux and David Olusoga will deliver masterclasses at BBC Studios' Showcase, which will also feature new U.K. content to buyers. [Read More]
Ali Abbas Zafar's explosive Amazon political drama "Tandav," which launched Friday, has drawn the ire of Hindu nationalist lawmakers. [Read More]
Ronnie Spector, Phil Spector's ex-wife and singer of many of his hits, remembers him as a 'brilliant producer but lousy husband." [Read More]
Nele Wohlatz's immigrant tale "Do Fish Sleep With Their Eyes Open?" is headed for Rotterdam's CineMart. [Read More]
The estate of late R&B star Aaliyah, whose catalog is arguably the most valuable one not on streaming services, has posted an update. [Read More]
"Summer 1993" director Carla Simón readies her third feature "Romería," set for the Rotterdam Festival's CineMart. [Read More]
Darlene Love, singer of many Phil Spector classics: "He wanted to control my talent. If he couldn't, he was going to keep me from shining." [Read More]
Liam Neeson is ruling over box office charts for the second time during the pandemic. [Read More]
"Crip Camp" took home the top prize at the 36th annual IDA Documentary Awards, with "Crip Camp" taking home the top prize. [Read More]
Dr. Dre is back at home after being hospitalized for a brain aneurysm. [Read More]
WWE is officially moving WrestleMania 37 to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida. [Read More]
Neil Mahoney, an Emmy-nominated editor for "Key & Peele" and "Drunk History," among other comedy shows, has died. He was 43. [Read More]
TikTokers are posting videos of sailors' working songs. Only one such sea shanty has ever been a major hit: the Beach Boys' "Sloop John B." [Read More]
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