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● 'Catherine the Great' crowns Helen Mirren (again) for regal miniseries
The chance to see Helen Mirren play another queen (OK, empress) is incentive enough to watch "Catherine the Great," a four-part British-American miniseries airing stateside on HBO. The fascinating history of Russia's longest-serving female monarch, court intrigue and lusty bodice-ripping merely seal the deal..
● Kanye West returns to Twitter for 'Jesus Is King' announcement
It may actually be happening this time..
● Lori Harvey arrested after hit-and-run accident
Lori Harvey, a model and the stepdaughter of comedian and television host Steve Harvey, was arrested over the weekend after a single vehicle car accident, according to the Beverly Hills Police Department..
● Natalie Portman loved the 'Baby-Sitters Club' books, too
Natalie Portman just proved she's an '80s baby..
● Shay Mitchell gives birth to first child
Shay Mitchell is now a pretty little mama..
● Kim and Kanye West renew vows and are done having kids
No more babies for Kim and Kanye West..
● Jennifer Lawrence marries Cooke Maroney at luxurious Rhode Island mansion
Jennifer Lawrence and Cooke Maroney have officially tied the knot..
● 'Daybreak' and 'Looking for Alaska' unleash streaming teen troubles
Every demographic gets its own slice of the streaming pie, but teenagers remain one of the highest-profile niches. Enter a pair of series devoted to teen troubles, Hulu's "Looking for Alaska," adapted from a young-adult novel; and Netflix's "Daybreak," a strange construct set in a post-apocalyptic world..
● 'Zombieland' rises again with long-delayed sequel
Never mind the rules of Zombieland. The rules governing Hollywood dictate that anything successful gets a sequel, even if you have to wait a decade to tap into it. Those have been fruitful years for the stars of "Zombieland: Double Tap," providing key assets to a movie that offers gore, comedy and just plain silliness, but falls somewhat short of a complete meal..
● Frank Ocean releases new song 'DHL'
Frank Ocean has finally released new music -- and more may be on the way..
● 'Office Ladies' podcast takes you inside Dunder Mifflin
There something I wish I'd known before walking into an interview with Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey: quoting them would be nearly impossible at the end..
● Paul Rudd pulls double duty in 'Living With Yourself'
Paul Rudd does double duty in "Living With Yourself," a bizarrely twisty, highly inventive dark comedy that, among other things, considers the elusive quest for happiness. The premise, frankly, really doesn't do this Netflix series justice, as the producers somehow keep pulling rabbits -- and unexpected wrinkles -- out of hats..
● 11 juicy details from Elton John's new memoir
If you saw "Rocketman," you know that Elton John overcame shyness and a nasty drug problem to become one of the biggest and most enduring pop stars in the world..
● Tom Brady says his 'Living With Yourself' cameo was taken out of context
Tom Brady is defending his cameo in the Netflix series "Living With Yourself," saying the media is creating a "blame and shame" culture..
● 'Fresh Prince' star Alfonso Ribeiro flaunted his classic moves on 'Strictly Come Dancing'
Now this is a story all about how.
● Mike Posner just finished his six-month trek across the United States
To steal a line from one of his songs: You probably think you're cooler than him. But you're not..
● Paul Rudd will not divulge secrets
Paul Rudd may be the most trustworthy man in Hollywood..
● Lady Gaga plummets backwards off stage while dancing with a fan
Lady Gaga may have sung "Edge of Glory" but it was the edge of the stage that proved her undoing during her latest Enigma show in Las Vegas, when she plummeted backward into the crowd..
● Kanye West releases 'Jesus is King' film trailer
There's still no album yet, but we now have the movie trailer to hold us over..
● Mindy Kaling's 'The Office' co-stars just defended her against the TV Academy
The stars of NBC's "The Office" have had enough of the bias in Hollywood..
● The most delightfully random TV shows and movies coming to Disney+
In case you were off the internet for the last 30-ish hours -- congrats, if so -- you missed an epic Twitter thread from the official account for Disney's upcoming streaming service, Disney+..
● 'Jojo Rabbit' uses Hitler to awkwardly convey anti-hate message
Described as "an anti-hate satire," "Jojo Rabbit" seeks to strike a delicate balance in using a Hitler-obsessed boy -- during Nazi Germany's final throes -- to convey that message. The result is an awkward, uneven film, with writer-director Taika Waititi conjuring some touching moments, but unable to pull off the magic act this "Rabbit" trick requires..
● 'Wheel of Fortune' contestant explains that 'loveless marriage' intro
The "Wheel of Fortune" contestant whose "loveless marriage" intro went viral swears he was joking and is in fact very happily married..
● Scarlett Johansson calls Colin Jost's proposal a 'whole James Bond situation'
Scarlett Johansson describes the proposal from her fiancé Colin Jost as "a very special moment" and "a lovely special thing." But she won't say exactly how he popped the question..
● See what's streaming in October
It's spooky how much good content is streaming in October..
● 'Maleficent' flies higher in sequel 'Mistress of Evil'
"Maleficent" wasn't especially good, but it scared up enough money to conjure a sequel. Happily, this five-years-later follow-up, "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil," flies a bit higher, building on the central relationship while adding Michelle Pfeiffer's regal presence as a killer queen..
● 'Bourne' again: 'Treadstone' moves thriller legacy into TV
The Jason Bourne movies brought stylized violence to Robert Ludlum's nearly-40-year-old literary thrillers, with Matt Damon as the killing machine who turns on his handlers. The mythology of those films provides a sturdy if somewhat messy foundation for "Treadstone," a USA series that also emphasizes action, while slowly teasing out a case about sleeper agents and clandestine operations..
● 'Why We Hate' examines roots of tribalism and violence
"Why We Hate" can't entirely make up its mind about what it wants to be: case studies of modern polarization and partisanship; a historic dive into the roots of bigotry and violence; or a science-driven, anthropological exploration of the topic. The result is an intriguing but somewhat muddled multi-part series, distinguished by a producer roster that includes directors Steven Spielberg and Alex Gibney..
● 'Living Undocumented' puts faces on families grappling with immigration system
"Living Undocumented" is a passionate piece of advocacy filmmaking, one that -- for all the tears and heart-wrenching moments -- will likely end up preaching to the choir. The Netflix presentation nevertheless puts faces on the toll of US immigration policy, while making a point of noting the role of past administrations as well as the current one..
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● Brexit may just have been blown wide open.
● British identity in the age of Brexit
Prolific photographer Martin Parr's hyper-real style has brought a satirical edge to the complex question of British identity. In the age of Brexit that candid approach is needed more than ever.
● Netanyahu can't form new Israeli government... again
For the second time this year, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has failed to form a government, opening the door for his main rival Benny Gantz to do so..
● Trump's presidency looks to be unraveling.
● Trump says Democrats are 'vicious' with impeachment inquiry.
● Facebook: Russian trolls are back and actively meddling in US
People linked to the Internet Research Agency, the Kremlin-backed troll group indicted by the United States for its alleged interference in the 2016 US presidential election, are laying the groundwork to do the same in 2020, new information released by Facebook on Monday suggests..
● Prince Harry acknowledges tensions with his brother William for the first time
• Harry and Meghan to take 'family time' off.
● Indian students wear boxes on their heads during exam to prevent cheating
A school in India has apologized after photos emerged of students wearing cardboard boxes on their heads during an exam to discourage cheating..
● US vehicles pelted with potatoes and tomatoes while leaving Syria
US troops have crossed into Iraq from Syria in a long military convoy, marking a symbolic end to the major American presence in the region. .
● Driver rescued alive after car impaled by logs from truck
A Georgia driver made it out alive after he rear-ended a log truck, and his car was impaled by logs from the front windshield to the back window. .
● Four dead in Bangladesh riot over offensive Facebook post
Four people were killed Sunday when Bangladesh police fired on a crowd after clashes erupted over a Facebook post that angered Muslims. .
● JPMorgan wants to hire people with criminal backgrounds
JPMorgan wants to give people with criminal records a second chance at a good job..
● Two men arrested over racist abuse that forced FA Cup match to be abandoned
The manager of an English football team that walked of the pitch following allegations of racist abuse from supporters says those fans found guilty should be "banned for life.".
● Mitt Romney's secret Twitter account revealed
Sen. Mitt Romney says he has been secretly using a Twitter account apparently intended to monitor political discussions on social media and to defend himself..
● A West Point cadet is missing along with an M4 rifle, military academy says
A West Point cadet is missing along with an M4 rifle, the military academy said after military, federal, state and local agencies conducted extensive searches to locate the man..
● Gojek CEO quits ride-hailing startup for Indonesian government job
The chief executive of one of Southeast Asia's biggest ride-hailing companies is calling it quits for an Indonesian government gig. .
● West is 'paying the price for supporting riots in Hong Kong,' Chinese state media claims
Chinese state-run media has published a series of editorials and opinion pieces drawing parallels between violent protests in Hong Kong, Spain and Chile -- accusing the West of hypocrisy in its response..
● American Airlines flight diverted after cleaning chemical spillage in cabin
An American Airlines flight from London to Philadelphia landed in Ireland after cleaning chemicals leaked in the aircraft cabin on Monday..
● Three die in supermarket fire amid protests in Chile
Three people have died in a supermarket fire as angry protests in Chile entered their seventh day, the mayor of capital city Santiago said on Sunday..
● Trump still doesn't get why he should avoid conflicts of interest
President Donald Trump abruptly reversed course on Saturday and announced that the 2020 G7 summit would not be held at his Trump National resort in Doral, Florida, after all. The U-turn came after an onslaught of withering criticism -- even from Trump stalwarts like Geraldo Rivera, who said the decision "flies in the face of the Constitution.".
● Andy Murray 'never expected' to win titles so soon after career-saving hip surgery
There was a time not long ago when Andy Murray never thought he'd be able to play tennis again, let alone win titles. .
● Northern Ireland parties make last-ditch attempt to stop new abortion law
Some Northern Ireland assembly members were returning to Stormont on Monday for the first time in nearly three years in a last-ditch attempt to prevent the province's abortion law from being reformed by the UK government..
● Luxury VIP jets: How the super-rich fly
A contemporary-style bedroom with a touch of classical elegance, complete with king-size bed and designer furniture, Champagne at the ready and magnificent panoramic views..
● Real Madrid suffers shock defeat; Cristiano Ronaldo just keeps scoring
Real Madrid lost its first league game of the season as coach Zinedine Zidane's reboot of the club continues to malfunction..
● North Korea-themed pub opens in Seoul
In a hip neighborhood in Seoul, South Koreans are getting a taste of one of the world's most repressive regimes. .
● Small cans lead to big sales for Coca-Cola
Good things came in small sizes for Coca-Cola last quarter. The company reported sales that topped forecasts, thanks in part to a double-digit increase in volume for its 7.5-ounce mini cans. .
● Buckle up -- Canada's election will be a cliffhanger
Nasty. It is not a word associated much with Canada -- except perhaps with the winters here. But during this election campaign, nastiness has been one of the only unifying themes, as parties trade insults and dig up scandals from coast to coast to coast..
● Egypt unveils discovery of 30 ancient mummies in coffins
Egyptian authorities revealed the contents of 30 ancient wooden coffins discovered in Luxor, including mummies. The discovery was the country's largest in more than a century, according to the Supreme Council of Antiquities..
● Felicity Huffman photographed in prison garb
The public got its first look at actress Felicity Huffman's life in prison as photos and a video taken Saturday showed her walking in a green prison uniform..