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The "Okja" cast tackles the Netflix Cannes debate


Netflix made a bigger splash at Cannes than intended when it visited the prestigious film festival for the first time this year, bringing along new films “Okja” and “The Meyerowitz Stories.” French cinema owners balked at the streaming giant’s business model of releasing films to their at-home members without a …

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Serena Williams opens up on meeting fiancé Alexis Ohanian


John McEnroe might be making headlines with comments about Serena Williams’ tennis playing abilities, but Williams is the one on Vanity Fair’s cover this month, nude and holding her baby bump. “I’m trying to have a baby,” she tweeted on Monday in response to McEnroe’s comments.  Williams revealed in her …

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Dick Gregory: Serious about humor


Dick Gregory has long proved he could find humor in our country’s race relations while confronting racism, often at great personal cost. Erin Moriarty of “48 Hours” takes us through his career from its early days – and fair warning, there’s language ahead some will likely find offensive:  In the …

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Book excerpt: "But Seriously" by John McEnroe


Former tennis champion and bestselling author John McEnroe brings his uncompromising commentary from the sidelines of Wimbledon and other Grand Slam tournaments to his new book, “But Seriously” (Little Brown), a brutally honest memoir in which he writes with characteristic brazenness about the sport, broadcasting and fatherhood. In the excerpt …

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This week on "Sunday Morning" (June 25)


HOST: Jane Pauley          COVER STORY: It had us as “Hello”: The iPhone turns 10In June 2007 Apple released the very first iPhone — an iPod, phone and Internet connection all in one, operated via touchscreen and as futuristic-looking as a sci-fi gizmo.  The earliest iPhone didn’t have …

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Wife of "Julius Caesar" director reported threats: NYPD


NEW YORK — Police are investigating threats made to the wife of the director of a New York production of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” that depicted a Donald Trump lookalike character being assassinated.  Police said Wednesday director Oskar Eustis’ wife filed a complaint June 9 saying she received threatening phone messages …

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Director Sofia Coppola on the women of "The Beguiled"


Director and writer Sofia Coppola received critical acclaim in 1999 for her debut film, “The Virgin Suicides,” and later won an Academy Award for “Lost in Translation.” Coppola continued to make her mark on Hollywood with movies like the biopic “Marie Antoinette” and the crime drama “The Bling Ring.” Her …

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