Tonys: Winners, Surprises and Review; Netflix's Reverse British Invasion Is a Mixed Blessing; Cinematographers Guild Backs IATSE Strike Vote

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September 27, 2021

Tonys Awards: The Biggest Snubs, Surprises and Takeaways of the 2021 Ceremony

The long-delayed Tony ceremony has finally happened. Here's a run-down of the biggest snubs, surprises and takeaways of the night.

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Tony Awards: The Full List Of Winners

The 74th Tony Awards are underway in New York City; find all the winners here.

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International Cinematographers Guild Unanimously Backs IATSE Strike Vote

International Cinematographers Guild urges its members to "back IATSE strike vote" in new video.

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Daniel Craig's 007 Replacement Won't Be Discussed Until 2022, Says James Bond Producer Barbara Broccoli

'We're not thinking about it at all. We want Daniel to have his time of celebration,' said James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli.

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Bollywood Sets Post-Pandemic Release Dates for Delayed Blockbusters Starring Akshay Kumar, Ranveer Singh

Producers have set theatrical release dates for COVID-delayed Bollywood blockbusters starring the cream of the industry.

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Catholic Protesters Congregate Outside 'Benedetta's' New York Film Festival Premiere

The New York Film Festival premiere of Paul Verhoeven's "Benedetta" was greeted by a small group of protesters on Sunday.

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NBCU Warns YouTube TV Viewers They May Lose Channels, Including Local NBC Stations

NBCUniversal said YouTube TV customers could lose 14 or more of its networks, including local NBC channels, because of a contract dispute.

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Bobby Zarem, Famed Entertainment Publicist, Dies at 84

Zarem was involved in the "I Love New York" tourism campaign and represented stars such as Cher, Diana Ross and Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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From Roald Dahl to Studio Space, Netflix's Reverse British Invasion Is a Mixed Blessing

The California-based studio is investing in U.K. stories, talent and land. Should the Brits be worried?

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Tonys Review: Broadway's Back (Finally!) With a Pitch Perfect, Inclusive Celebration of Theater

The Tony Awards put on a spectacular show with joyful performances, outstanding winners and the celebration of theater.

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'Dune' Is Opening in Movie Theaters... and Your Living Room. Here's Why That's a Mistake (Column)

The decision to open "Dune" simultaneously in theaters and at home doesn't make business sense.

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