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Disney ends LA Times ban after backlash

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| In a statement Tuesday, Disney said it was restoring access to the newspaper after "productive discussions with the newly installed leadership" at the Times.

​Sony pulls festival premiere of 'All the Money,' with Spacey


In a statement Monday, Sony's TriStar Pictures said it was withdrawing the film from the Los Angeles festival because "it would be inappropriate to celebrate a gala at this difficult time."

Television Academy expels Harvey Weinstein for life


The expulsion is the latest honor Weinstein has lost. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and producers guild have also revoked Weinstein's membership.

How Sam Rockwell prepared to play George W. Bush and a racist cop


Sam Rockwell finds catharsis in acting but is quick not to mistake it for therapy. He opens up about how he approaches playing racists and rednecks, like in "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri," and real life people like George W. Bush and Chuck Barris.


'Thor: Ragnarok' smashes its way to a $121 million debut


This is welcome news for theater owners, who have suffered through a terrible October at the box office.

Someone just paid $700,000 for Prince's guitar


A bidding war erupted for the blue teal "Cloud" guitar — resulting in the highest price ever paid for one of the late icon's guitars.

Ulysses' epic Breeders' Cup journey ends with an inflamed hoof


The horse was an early favorite to win the $4 million Turf Classic, but he was scratched from Saturday's race.

Mob, fame, loss: Film details Rose Marie's surprising life


Before she became a TV second banana on "The Dick Van Dyke Show," actress Rose Marie was a four-year-old singing phenomenon.

Dick Cavett just donated his talk show to the Library of Congress


The donation includes 2,000 episodes of "The Dick Cavett Show" from the 1960s to the 1980s.