Famous Brits in 1921; Kim Mi-Soo Death Prompts Production Pause; BBC News Boss

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January 06, 2022

Alfred Hitchcock, Vivien Leigh, Roald Dahl Among Those Whose Lives Are Revealed in U.K. 1921 Census

A 21-year-old Alfred Hitchcock is listed in the census as "title designer for film company" while Vivien Leigh was a 7-year-old schoolgirl.

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Kim Mi-Soo Death: Production on 'Kiss Sixth Sense' Disney Plus Show Paused

Production on 'Kiss Sixth Sense' was paused on Wednesday following the sudden death of actor Kim Mi-soo.

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Disney's Korean Series 'Snowdrop' Beats a Court Case, but Can't Escape Controversy

JTBC and Disney's series ‘Snowdrop,' in which Kim Mi-soo played a supporting role, beats a court case but it cannot escape controversy …

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BBC Names Former NBC News Executive Deborah Turness as CEO of News and Current Affairs

The BBC has appointed ITN chief executive Deborah Turness as its CEO of BBC News and Current Affairs. 

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Disney Plus Asian Production Slate Expands With Chinese and Korean Series and 'Anita' Adaptation

Disney Plus is expanding its Asian production slate with new Korean and Chinese series and a long-form adaptation of biopic ‘Anita&rsq …

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Anushka Sharma Sets 'Chakda Xpress' Film on Women's Cricket Icon Jhulan Goswami at Netflix (EXCLUSIVE)

Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma plays the lead in Netflix film 'Chakda Xpress' based on the life of women's cricket pioneer Jhulan Goswami.

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'Cut From a Different Cloth' Producer Derren Lawford Exits Woodcut Media to Set Up DARE Pictures (EXCLUSIVE)

Derren Lawford, the former creative director of the U.K.'s Woodcut Media, has launched a new film and TV outfit with diversity at its core.

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West End Rallies to Keep Audiences With 'Don't Stop Me Now' Campaign, Major Ticket Sale - Global Bulletin

Fighting to draw audiences as Omicron spreads across London, West End launches 'Don't Stop Me Now' campaign with reduced price tickets.

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China Lifts Asia-Pacific to 64% Box Office Gain in 2021, Says Analyst

With almost all of the gain coming from mainland China, box office in Asia-Pacific grew by nearly two thirds last year, says S&P Global.

                                                           

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