Actor Alec Baldwin on Wednesday agreed to take anger-management training, as he pleaded guilty in a Manhattan court to a harassment charge for a November confrontation in which he was accused of punching someone over a parking spot.
Chanel hosted guests in a mocked-up Mediterranean garden for its Haute Couture show on Tuesday though Karl Lagerfeld, the octogenarian designer responsible for the collection and extravagant set, failed to show up for his customary bow.
Marvel Studios film "Black Panther" made Oscars history on Tuesday, landing the first best picture nomination for a superhero movie, as crowd-pleasing blockbusters muscled into a contest recently dominated by art-house fare.
Saudi Arabia said on Tuesday it expects billions of dollars to be pumped into a nascent state-backed entertainment sector and is eyeing dozens of Western acts, including an exhibition NBA basketball game and a Spanish-style running of the bulls.
Netflix Inc scored its first nomination for the prestigious best picture Oscar on Tuesday for "Roma," a milestone that will test whether Hollywood's film establishment is ready to award its top prize to a streaming service.
Academy awards voters lauded musical drama "A Star is Born" with eight nominations on Tuesday but surprisingly failed to recognize Bradley Cooper in the best director category for his retelling of the classic story about an up-and-coming performer.
Actors Olivia Colman and Christian Bale lead the British charge in the race for this year's Oscars, with a horde of UK talent nominated on Tuesday for their work in front of and behind the camera in the film industry's top honors.
Tuesday's Oscar nomination for the Lebanese film "Capernaum", praised for its depiction of poverty in the slums of Beirut, is a "huge victory" for the street children who acted in it, according to director Nadine Labaki.
When Bob Dylan skipped his acoustic guitar and "went electric" on stage in 1965, it was with a Stratocaster model from Fender Musical Instruments Corp [FNDR.UL], considered by many the quintessential rock 'n' roll electric instrument.
Harlequins and Pierrot clowns entertained at Christian Dior's Haute Couture catwalk show in Paris on Monday, as models sporting ruffs, sequined dresses and ringmaster jackets paraded through a circus tent, surrounded by acrobats.
Chinese authorities have collected more than 11 billion yuan ($1.62 billion) in unpaid taxes from celebrities and entertainment companies since they hit the industry with a crackdown, state media Xinhua reported on Tuesday.
A high-profile dispute between supermodel Gisele Bundchen and Brazil's agriculture minister over deforestation escalated this week, coming as activists worry about new President Jair Bolsonaro's environmental policies.
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