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‘Melodrama’ scores Lorde her first chart-topping Billboard album

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – New Zealand pop singer Lorde landed her first U.S. chart-topping album on Monday as her latest record debuted at the top of the weekly Billboard 200 chart.

At platform 9-3/4, Harry Potter fans mark 20 years of magic

LONDON (Reuters) – Twenty years to the day after the first book in the Harry Potter series was published, fans gathered online and in the real world to express their enduring love for J.K. Rowling’s magical creation.

British model Moss immortalized as mannequin-style sculpture

LONDON (Reuters) – British supermodel Kate Moss has been stripped down and immortalized as a naked, armless mannequin in an advant-garde sculpture titled ‘MILF’, which has gone on display in London.

Facebook in talks to produce original TV-quality shows: WSJ

(Reuters) – Facebook Inc is in talks with Hollywood studios about producing scripted, TV-quality shows, with an aim of launching original programing by late summer, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.

Barry Gibb brings Bee Gee’s disco fever to Glasto’s legends slot

GLASTONBURY, England (Reuters) – Barry Gibb brought some Sunday afternoon fever to the legends slot at Glastonbury Festival when he entertained a huge crowd with Bee Gees hits “Stayin’ Alive”, “How Deep is Your...

Box Office: ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ Opens to Franchise Low $69.1 Million

LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) – It seems the “Transformers” franchise is rusty.

Radiohead take aim at ‘strong and stable’ May at Glastonbury

GLASTONBURY, England (Reuters) – Britain’s Radiohead returned to Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage on Friday, 20 years after a legendary performance at the festival, with a set that mocked Prime Minister Theresa May’s election...

Actor Johnny Depp apologizes for ‘poor taste’ Trump assassination joke

GLASTONBURY, England (Reuters) – Johnny Depp on Friday apologized for joking about assassinating U.S. President Donald Trump, saying his remarks were in “poor taste.”