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Elisabeth Moss wants to star in a Hallmark Christmas movie

If you can somehow erase Elisabeth Moss in "The Handmaid's Tale" from your mind, she wants us to imagine her in a much lighter role. A role, say, as a Hallmark Channel heroine who saves some small-town bookstore form shutting down just in time for Christmas.

'Lady and the Tramp' issues a familiar bark to introduce Disney+

Disney's strategy of turning animated classics into live-action movies takes a streaming detour with "Lady and the Tramp," a respectable if uninspired version of the 1955 film that grooms some of its more problematic elements. Premiering on Disney+, it's a modest addition to the genre that passes, barely, the "Who's a good family movie?" test.

'Game of Thrones' coffee cup mystery deepens after star denies responsibility

Game of Thrones' eight-year run ended in May to decidedly mixed reviews.

Hugh Grant and Guy Ritchie recreate fathers' Army picture

Hugh Grant and Guy Ritchie pose as their fathers did during Army service 65 years ago.

Scottish gallery to pull BP Portrait Award exhibition from 2020

The Scottish National Portrait Gallery says wants "to address the climate emergency".

Roman Polanski denies new 'violent' rape claim

The film director threatens to sue after a fresh allegation from a former French actress.

Joker: How it became the most profitable comic book film ever

The comic book film has now made more than 15 times what it cost to make at the global box office.

BBC apologises for using wrong Remembrance Day clip

BBC says a production mistake led to BBC Breakfast showing footage of Boris Johnson laying a wreath in 2016.

The biggest moments from the People's Choice Awards

It was a big night for Hollywood's women

People's Choice Awards: How a fan's One Direction fantasy won a top film prize

After, which is based on a piece of One Direction fan fiction, beat several major Hollywood titles.

Steve McQueen's Year 3 children exhibition unveiled at Tate

The Oscar-winning filmmaker and artist and his team photographed more than 75,000 Year 3 children.

Kevin Hart makes first public appearance since car accident at the People's Choice Awards

Some of the biggest names in Hollywood flocked to the E! People's Choice Awards Sunday night.

Laurel Griggs, Broadway actress, dies at 13

Young Broadway star Laurel Griggs has died from complications related to an asthma attack. She was 13.

'Cardboard box heads transformed my confidence'

Entertainer Graham Beck's stage show props have helped him tackle his confidence issues.

'Midway' Defeats 'Doctor Sleep' in Surprise Box Office Upset

LOS ANGELES, (Variety.com) - In a surprise box office win, Roland Emmerich's World War I epic "Midway" took down the competition in North America to land in first place with $17.5 million.

KSI defeats Paul in bout of YouTube boxers

Olajide "KSI" Olatunji prevailed in a split decisionover Logan Paul in a boxing bout between YouTube celebrities on Saturday at Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Collard: Soul singer on sex, spirituality and 'looking up to oddballs'

The London soul singer talks about his Mormon upbringing and why he's proud to be an oddball.

Count on feeling nostalgic as 'Sesame Street' turns 50

There's a moment early in the "Sesame Street" special marking the program's 50th anniversary where host Joseph Gordon-Levitt, prompted by a curious Abby and Elmo, tells his two fuzzy friends that he's 38 years old, eliciting gaps from the duo.

Bangladeshis hunker down in storm shelters as cyclone Bulbul nears

Thousands of Bangladeshis, mostly women and children, huddled in shelters in southwestern coastal areas on Saturday as the country prepared for the expected arrival of cyclone Bulbul, a senior government official said.

Remembrance Sunday: Actors 'wage peace' in 24-hour theatre marathon

Miranda Richardson and Toby Jones will take part in a marathon performance for Remembrance Sunday.

Vanna White hosts 'Wheel of Fortune' as Pat Sajak undergoes emergency surgery

Vanna White stepped in to host "Wheel of Fortune" after host Pat Sajak had emergency surgery, according to the show's Twitter account.

Goodbye, 'Fresh Off the Boat'

It's the end of an era.

Pixar released the trailer for 'Soul'

Pixar is ready to make us all cry. Again.

Congressional Hispanic Caucus members get taste of 'Vida' in Hollywood

The cast of Starz dramedy "Vida" knows what life is like for Latinx creatives in Hollywood.

Berlin Wall: 'Germany was first re-united on the dancefloor'

Berliners recall how illegal raves helped reunite their city and country after the fall of the wall.

Ella Henderson returns: 'My teenage life was mental'

The former X Factor star returns with her first new solo material in five years.

Jimmy Fallon surprises college students with free tuition

Jimmy Fallon stunned three University of Texas at Austin students with a huge surprise.

Middlesbrough venue boss resigns over Roy Chubby Brown homecoming

The head of Middlesbrough Town Hall resigns in protest at the mayor lifting a ban on the comedian.

Video game 'Legends' do battle for $1 million

Two teams of young video gamers from Europe and China will do virtual battle on Sunday - and there's more than $1 million at stake.

John Legend and Kelly Clarkson make consent festive with their remake of 'Baby It's Cold Outside'

John Legend and Kelly Clarkson have put a 21st-century spin on the classic holiday song "Baby, It's Cold Outside," which has been the subject of criticism for what some listeners see as sexist or nonconsensual lyrics.