Entertainment News | WRHL http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=507 Entertainment News 2017-02-19T12:44:13Z Entertainment News List of nominees for the Golden Globe Awards Nominees for the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards, announced Thursday in Beverly Hills, Calif.: Jimmy Kimmel rolls out red carpet as Emmy host After rolling out the red carpet Wednesday morning in anticipation of Sunday's Emmy ceremony, host Jimmy Kimmel warned he's planning a prank on folks not watching the show. 'Lego Batman' stays No. 1, conquers 'The Great Wall' According to studio estimates Sunday. "The Lego Batman Movie" topped the weekend with $34.2 million, sliding only 35 percent from the previous week. The Warner Bros. release will cross $100 million ... Fashion takes London by storm with Preen, Topshop, Mulberry LONDON (AP) — London Fashion Week neared its climax Sunday with shows by Preen, Topshop, Mulberry and others taking place at many sites in the more-chic-than-usual British capital. Actor Shia LaBeouf brings anti-Trump piece to New Mexico ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Actor Shia LaBeouf has brought a performance-art piece against President Donald Trump to New Mexico's largest city. Brazil mega-church scores TV hit with biblical soaps Nebuchadnezzar II is about to be crowned in a sumptuous Babylonian palace, and production assistants in Havaiana flip-flops are rushing to get a small army of extras into place. Edir Macedo, the controversial founder of the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God, has already scored two prime-time hits with soap operas based on the Bible: "The Ten Commandments," in 2015, and "The Promised Land," currently on air. Macedo is the owner of Brazil's second-largest television network, TV Record, whose foray into telenovelas is reshaping prime-time in the giant South American country. Alcohol, drugs and lesbianism: Arab Israeli film faces backlash The culture clash in "Bar Bahar" starts off when Nur, a veiled and conservative Muslim, moves into a flat with two other Arab Israeli women and sees their drug-taking, party-going lives. Maysaloun Hamoud, herself an Arab, always hoped her first feature film would hit hard. In its two hours, the Galilee-born filmmaker, 35, tackles almost all the taboos of Arab Israeli society: drugs, alcohol, homosexuality. Lisa Marie Presley says she's broke after ex asks for money NEW YORK (AP) — Lisa Marie Presley describes herself as deeply in debt and just out of a treatment facility in court papers that accuse her estranged fourth husband of having hundreds of inappropriate photographs of children on his computer. James Brown's 'Funky Drummer' Clyde Stubblefield dies at 73 MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Clyde Stubblefield, a drummer for James Brown who created one of the most widely sampled drum breaks ever, died Saturday. He was 73. Milo Yiannopoulos, Larry Wilmore go head-to-head on 'Maher' NEW YORK (AP) — While conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos insulted comics Lena Dunham, Leslie Jones, Amy Schumer and Sarah Silverman, his appearance on HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher" was relatively tame — at least until the television cameras were turned off. London fashion: Versus rocks on; Wickstead favors florals London Fashion Week kicked it up a notch Saturday with the latest womenswear previews for fall and winter — just as the weather in the British capital took a decidedly spring-like turn. The second day ... Chris Thile to return for 2nd season hosting 'Prairie Home' ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Mandolinist Chris Thile (THEE'-lee) says he is returning for a second season as host of "A Prairie Home Companion." Hungarian slaughterhouse love story wins Berlin fest Golden Bear Hungary's "On Body and Soul", a tender love story set in a slaughterhouse, won the Golden Bear top prize Saturday at the Berlin film festival, Europe's first major cinema showcase of the year. The drama by Ildiko Enyedi, one of four female filmmakers in competition, features graphic scenes in an abattoir set against the budding romance of two people who share a recurring dream. The win marked an upset at the 11-day Berlinale, where a European refugee comedy by cult Finnish filmmaker Aki Kaurismaki, "The Other Side of Hope", had been the odds-on favourite. Hungarian film 'On Body and Soul' wins Golden Bear in Berlin BERLIN (AP) — A Hungarian love story about two slaughterhouse workers who connect in shared dreams won the top award Saturday at this year's Berlin Film Festival. Syria's White Helmets to travel to US for Oscars Rescue workers from Syria's White Helmets -- the subjects of an Oscar-nominated documentary -- said on Saturday they have received US visas to attend next week's prestigious Academy Awards ceremony. For weeks, the rescuers and the film's staff had been nervously watching the fallout from US President Donald Trump's now-suspended travel ban for seven countries, including Syria. "We got our visas yesterday (Friday), but we're not yet sure if we'll be able to travel or not," Raed Saleh, leader of the rescue group, told AFP by phone on Saturday. Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows WASHINGTON (AP) — Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: Finland's Aki Kaurismaki wins best director at Berlin fest Berlin (AFP) - Finland's Aki Kaurismaki clinched best director at the Berlin film festival for his refugee comedy "The Other Side of Hope", a call for compassion towards migrants seeking asylum in Europe. Old farmstead's history runs from John Brown to James Brown DARGAN, Md. (AP) — From John Brown's raid to James Brown's wail, a stream of hot-blooded American history runs through a 19th-century farmstead in the Appalachian foothills of western Maryland. NY's Met Museum offers exercise amid world-class art NEW YORK (AP) — World-class art, meet sweaty aerobics. James Earl Jones, Donald Glover cast in 'Lion King' remake NEW YORK (AP) — James Earl Jones and Donald Glover are lending their voices to Disney's upcoming remake of "The Lion King." Texas judge allows lawsuit against Selena widower to proceed CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (AP) — A Texas judge says a lawsuit against the widower of slain Tejano star Selena can proceed as her father seeks to block a TV series about her. Angelina Jolie unveils Khmer Rouge film in 'second home' Cambodia Angelina Jolie unveiled her new film on the horrors of the Khmer Rouge era on Saturday at the ancient Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia, a country the star shares a deep affinity with through her adopted son Maddox. Cambodia's king and survivors of the communist regime were among hundreds of people invited to the debut screening of "First They Killed My Father", directed by Jolie and based on the memoirs of Loung Ung. Loung Ung was five years old when Khmer Rouge troops, led by Pol Pot, swept into Phnom Penh plunging her family into a harrowing ordeal that saw them sent to brutal labour camps before her eventual escape to the United States. Angelina Jolie in Cambodia for premiere of her new film SIEM REAP, Cambodia (AP) — Angelina Jolie said Saturday that she hopes her new film about Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge will help educate the world about the brutality of the 1970s regime and shed a light on the plight of young people in war zones today. Filmmaker Rosi brings Med migrant crisis to Oscars Like much of Italian master Gianfranco Rosi's cinematic, Oscar-nominated documentary "Fire at Sea," this opening scene plays out like a narrative thriller, except the lives in danger are real. As Europe grapples with its biggest migrant influx since World War II, Rosi's harrowing film offers an unflinching look at life on the Italian island of Lampedusa. One of the most decorated documentary filmmakers in the business, Rosi, who is in his early 50s, won the top prize from a jury led by Meryl Streep at the Berlin Film Festival last year. Imagining a 50-year-old Kurt Cobain Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, who defined grunge and the rise of alternative rock, would have turned 50 on Monday. Rock has kept evolving since his suicide yet "Nevermind," Nirvana's brutal 1991 masterpiece, is still widely considered one of the most influential albums in history. To Cross, Cobain's key contribution is opening the way for songwriters to tackle a wider emotional range. Former turnbuckle biter George 'The Animal' Steele, 79, dies STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) — WWE Hall of Fame member George "The Animal" Steele, whose given name was Jim Myers, has died at age 79. Prize contenders at Berlin film festival Berlin (AFP) - Eighteen pictures from around the world are vying for the Golden and Silver Bear top prizes at the 67th Berlin film festival to be awarded on Saturday. Warren Frost, Dr. Will Hayward on 'Twin Peaks,' dies at 91 LOS ANGELES (AP) — Warren Frost, who played Dr. Will Hayward on "Twin Peaks" and appeared in dozens of other TV shows including "Matlock" and "Seinfeld," has died. He was 91. New spotlight, new baby for Oscars-bound Mahershala Ali LOS ANGELES (AP) — Mahershala Ali's universe is expanding, personally and professionally. After almost 20 years as an actor, he's attending his first Academy Awards as a star of two of its best picture nominees: he's Taraji P. Henson's love interest in "Hidden Figures"; and he's favored to win the supporting actor Oscar for his portrayal of a compassionate drug dealer in "Moonlight." Mariah Carey confirms new beau; talks new single, tour LOS ANGELES (AP) — Mariah Carey has a vision of love for her backup dancer Bryan Tanaka. Sequins and slogans: Politics seeped into NY Fashion Week NEW YORK (AP) — "When you have a voice, you should use it," designer Raf Simons says. The new Calvin Klein designer did just that, using a particularly pointed David Bowie lyric on his soundtrack. Tracy Reese brought actual poets to her show, with soulful messages of empowerment. Naeem Khan played a reading from Maya Angelou. And Prabal Gurung sent a parade of T-shirts down the runway with feminist slogans. Colbert show to air live after Trump's address to Congress LOS ANGELES (AP) — Stephen Colbert is going to have his say after President Donald Trump's address to a joint session of Congress. Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows WASHINGTON (AP) — Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: How to watch Oscar-nominated flicks from your couch Movie fans, rejoice! You can watch about two-thirds of the Oscar-nominated flicks from your couch. But it'll cost you. Of the 62 full-length movies and shorts nominated for any category, only 11 are available ... C-SPAN survey lists top presidents: Lincoln, Washington, FDR WASHINGTON (AP) — Just in time for Presidents Day, a new survey of historians on presidential leadership gives the top five slots to Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Franklin Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower. VP Pence's wife aims to raise awareness about art therapy WASHINGTON (AP) — Karen Pence wants people to know that art therapy isn't exactly arts and crafts. No 'Jersey Shore' redux; beach town wary of new reality show SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J. (AP) — Some residents of a shore town stung by MTV's "Jersey Shore" are wary about plans by a bar featured in that series to hold a casting call for a new reality show. The Latest: Durst friend stonewalled cops about confession LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Latest on pretrial testimony in the Robert Durst murder case (all times local): Greek artist Jannis Kounellis dies in Rome at 80 MILAN (AP) — Greek artist Jannis Kounellis, a major exponent of the Italian art movement Arte Povera who made Italy his adopted home, has died in Rome at the age of 80. From Parker to Gibson, Hollywood's sliding scale of justice NEW YORK (AP) — As the final votes pour in ahead of the Academy Awards' Tuesday afternoon deadline, Hollywood is drawing to a close an awards season that has, from Nate Parker to Mel Gibson, often been a confounding morality play. WRHL 2017-02-19T17:44:13Z http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=507