An award-winning documentary on Bob Dylan will be aired in Hong Kong paying tribute to the newest Nobel laureate in literature with a message for local viewers. Radio Television Hong Kong Channel 31.. S.China Morning Post
If you're sitting at home after hours over the coming weeks, simmering like a raging bull with no one knocking on your door, you can break the silence by departing for the mean streets. Instead of.. Gothamist
It's award season and all eyes are on the Golden Globe nominations. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which consists of merely 90 or so voter, have made respectable decisions. But, one can never.. Source: Wochit Entertainment -
Martin Scorsese has come a long way in his career. Now a renowned director, the artist once feared for his life due to an abuse of drugs and a serious fight with asthma. When he made it out of those.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
El nuevo video musical de Rolling Stones para su cover del tema Ride Em On Down, del cantante y guitarrista Eddie Taylor, contó con la participación de Kristen Stewart. En el video, Kristen revive la.. Source: Wochit Spanish -
"I want to know everything about everything and that's not possible," says the star of 'Silence' and 'Hacksaw Ridge.' "I'm not a Christian person. I consider myself pantheist, agnostic, occasionally.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Martin Scorsese got a hero’s welcome on Sunday at the first L.A. screening for his new film “Silence,” starring Andrew Garfield as a Jesuit priest in 17th-century Japan. The crowd of nearly 700.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Hollywood is the world’s best money-laundering machine. It takes in huge amounts of money from the sale of mass-market commodities and cleanses some of it with the production of cinematic.. The New Yorker
A new movie from Martin Scorsese. A new release date for Michael Keaton’s “The Founder.” And a possible new inductee into the EGOT club.
Welcome to the Gold Standard, the newsletter from the.. L.A. Times
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*Inflationary pressures are stirring in China. *Data released on Friday by China's National Bureau of Statistics showed consumer prices jumped 2.3% year-over-year in.. Business Insider
The 74-year-old Cape Fear director admits he was so deep into drugs, he nearly paid with his life, revealing that he hit a rock bottom with his past addictions nearly four decades ago. MailOnline Also reported by •Just Jared
What is it like to face the ultimate test of your most fundamental beliefs?
Director Martin Scorsese explores this question in his latest film, based on a 1966 novel about two 17th century.. Epoch Times
For an Oscar contender, "Silence" is still remarkably mysterious. Is Martin Scorsese's decades-in-the-making passion project any good? We don't know, because it's only now screening for critics, and.. Denver Post
There will be a "massive dispersion" between parts of the market that benefit from higher inflation and those that would be hurt by it, according to Michael Hartnett, the chief investment strategist.. Business Insider
The *Russian ruble* is ticking up.
The petro-currency is up by 0.3% at 63.6919 per dollar as of 7:50 a.m. ET after strengthening by as much as 0.4% earlier in the day.
Senior executives from.. Business Insider
Instagram is launching three new features to "keep people safe," the company said in a blog post.
There are three new features:
1. *The ability to remove followers: *Users with private accounts.. Business Insider
Late in 2016 Deloitte published a fascinating market profile of the millennial generation, basically anyone born between 1980 and 2000.
Considered as an important demographic, millennials will be.. Business Insider
NEW YORK — AOL CEO Tim Armstrong says he is "cautiously optimistic" that parent company Verizon's plan to acquire Yahoo will go through.
Verizon announced its intentions to buy Yahoo for $4.8.. Business Insider
Martin Scorsese has been waiting nearly 30 years to bring “Silence” into the world, and tastemakers have anticipated watching it for seemingly as long.
On Sunday, both got their wish, as the.. L.A. Times