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    2017-June-21  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

McPartlin checks into rehab for

alcohol and drug problem

Ant Mcpartlin, one half of presenting duo Ant and Dec, has checked himself into rehab for a prescription drug and alcohol problem, according to The Sun on June 18.

LA film fest focuses on minorities

At this year’s Los Angeles Film Festival, which kicked off on June 14 with the debut of Colin Trevorrow’s “The Book of Henry” and continues through Thursday, 42 percent of the films have been directed by women and 40 percent have been directed by people of color.

Gosling launches production company

Ryan Gosling and producer Ken Kao have teamed up to form production company Arcana. The banner will focus on finding and developing a wide range of unique and diverse materials for film and television.

Combs ousts Swift

as highest-paid global entertainer

Rapper and music producer Sean “Diddy” Combs was named the world’s highest-paid entertainer, ousting pop singer Taylor Swift who fell to 49th place on the Forbes annual list.

‘Black Mirror’ books are coming

Three books inspired by Netflix series “Black Mirror” are to be published from next year.

Each volume will include three novellas written by a variety of authors. “Black Mirror” creator Charlie Brooker will edit them. The novellas will all be original stories, with the first volume due to come out in February 2018.

Boy-friendly ‘Cars’ now has a role model for girls

After years of being a movie series geared toward boys, Pixar’s “Cars” franchise finally has a wonder woman with some drive. (SD-Agencies)

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