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Fleetwood Mac's Christine McVie dies aged 79
Fleetwood Mac's Christine McVie has died aged 79, her family has said in a statement. On Facebook, they said: "On behalf of Christine McVie's family, it is with a heavy heart we are informing you of Christine's death.See the Story
51% Center coverage: 336 sources
Europe · London
Harry and Meghan's documentary trailer released by Netflix
The trailer for Harry and Meghan's new documentary series has been released. See the Story
50% Left coverage: 98 sources
US & Canada · Los Angeles
Harrison Ford Returns to Iconic Role in Action-Packed Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny Trailer
The first trailer has been released for the new Indiana Jones movie - with the title now revealed as The Dial Of Destiny. Harrison Ford is back at age 80 as the famous whip-cracking archaeologist, more than 40 years after first playing the character.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 44 sources
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Sight and Sound’s Greatest Films of All Time list unveiled; new champion crowned, only one Indian film makes the cut
Chantal Akerman's 1975 drama becomes first film by a female director to top Sight & Sound magazine's once-a-decade Best Films of All Time poll in 70 years. More than 1,600 film critics, academics, distributors, writers, curators, archivists and programmers voted in the poll, which the BFI-backed publication has been running since 1952. The 2012 winner, Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo, now sits in second place, with Orson Welles' Citizen Kane third and YasujirM Ozu's Tokyo Story fourth.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 5 sources
'Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power': Ben Daniels, 6 others join Season 2 cast
The Lord of the Rings series announced seven new recurring cast members for season two. The fan-favorite role of Orc leader Adar has been recast. Game of Thrones veteran Joseph Mawle has been replaced by Sam Hazeldine. Gabriel Akuwudike, Yasen Zates, Ben Daniels, Amelia Kenworthy, Nia Towle and Nicholas Woodeson have joined the show.See the Story
75% Left coverage: 8 sources
'Oswald the Lucky Rabbit' returns in his first Disney film in 94 years
Walt Disney Animation Studios has produced its first Oswald the Lucky Rabbit film in 94 years. The short shows Oswald heading into a movie theatre and then finding a way to get in on the big screen action. The Disney empire founder went on to create his most famous character, Mickey Mouse.See the Story
Coverage: 5 sources
The best albums of 2022
Beyonce's dance-music ecstasy, Bad Bunny's latest world-conquering smash, Taylor Swift's late nights, Harry Styles' song cycle, and Pusha T's master class in metaphor were only some of the albums that ruled our world this year. Wet Leg came out of seemingly nowhere to make one of the year's funniest and straight-up best rock albums; Steve Lacy achieved a pop breakthrough even he wasn't expecting.See the Story
80% Left coverage: 5 sources
'Transformers: Rise of the Beasts' Trailer Sees Robot Animals Go to War
"For millions of years our world has transformed, but something else has awakened."See the Story
Coverage: 14 sources
Netflix Will Use Thousands of Subscribers to Test Screen Its Content
Netflix plans to expand its Preview Club program to include over 10,000 users globally. The streamer has already used test audiences to make changes to shows like "The Sandman" and movies like "Don't Look Up" News of the expansion comes at the end of a rough year for Netflix.See the Story
Here’s How David Harbour Found Out Madonna Thought He Was Sexy
Stranger Things star David Harbour got to live his dream when he found out one of his celebrity crushes found him sexy. The actor shared the story behind getting invited to a table read for the Madonna-directed 2011 film, W.E. Harbour then gushed over Madonna, noting that he had been in love with her since seeing her in the 1986 music video for Open Your Heart.See the Story
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Ben Affleck Says Netflix Output Is Like an ‘Assembly Line’: How Do ‘You Make 50 Great Movies? How Is That Possible?’
Ben Affleck says it's "impossible" to make great content like Netflix's. The actor is the CEO of new production studio Artists Equity. Affleck has starred in a Netflix movie, "Triple Frontier," which received a lukewarm reception. Netflix spent $17 billion on content in 2022 and 2021.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 3 sources