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    2017-October-18  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ scoops U.K. Theater Awards

A new musical about a teenage boy who wants to be a drag queen has scooped two theater awards.

“Everybody’s Talking About Jamie” won best musical production at the U.K. Theater Awards, with its star John McCrea named best musical performer.

Academy expels Harvey Weinstein

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has expelled disgraced mogul Harvey Weinstein from its ranks.

DJI rolls out animated series

“Robomasters: The Animated Series,” a Chinese-produced, Japanese-directed animated series based on DJI’s annual RoboMaster competition, will premiere on Tencent’s video steaming platform v.qq.com on October 13.

Tommy Lee Jones joins in Joe Wright’s ‘Stoner’ adaptation

Actor Tommy Lee Jones is set to star in “Stoner,” the next project from Brit director Joe Wright (“Atonement”).

George Michael regrets going to war with Sony

George Michael regretted suing his record label in the 1990s, a new documentary reveals.

The star took Sony to court in 1992, claiming he had little control over his work, with the company treating him as “no more than a piece of software.”

Mike Epps, Katt Williams team for horror comedy

Comedy superstars Mike Epps and Katt Williams are teaming up to star in the urban comedy “The House Next Door,” a sequel to the 2016 indie horror comedy “Meet the Blacks.”

Liam Gallagher gets to number one on his own

Oasis star Liam Gallagher has topped the charts with his first ever solo album, “As You Were.”

The record sold 103,000 copies in its opening week, more than the rest of the top 10 combined.

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