'Lightyear' Banned Over Kiss; U.K. Unions Oppose Channel 4 Sale; Andrew Lloyd Webber Booed

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June 13, 2022

Pixar's 'Lightyear' Banned in Saudi Arabia, U.A.E. and Malaysia Over Same-Sex Kiss

Pixar's 'Lightyear' will not play in Saudi Arabia, the U.A.E., Kuwait or Malaysia due to its same-sex kiss scene.

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Channel 4 Sale: U.K. TV, Media Unions Issue Joint Letter Opposing Privatization

The Federation of Unions has written to Nadine Dorries to oppose the privatization of U.K. public broadcaster Channel 4.

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Andrew Lloyd Webber Booed After Calling His 'Cinderella' Musical a 'Costly Mistake' During Final Curtain Call

Andrew Lloyd Webber's words were met by boos after deeming his musical "Cinderella" a "costly mistake" during its final curtain call.

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'Spider-Verse' New Villain, The Spot, Unveiled at Annecy

The Spot will prove to be young Spider-Man Miles Morales' most formidable foe, 'Spider-Verse' directors told a rapt audience at Annecy.

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'The Lehman Trilogy,' Which Won Five Tony Awards, Set for Fandango and Fremantle TV Series Adaptation (EXCLUSIVE)

'The Lehman Trilogy,' which won five Tony Awards, is set for a TV series adaptation from Italy's Fandango and Fremantle's The Apartment.

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Indian Premier League Cricket: Regional TV and Digital Rights Sell for $5 Billion

Indian subcontinent rights to the Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket tournament have been sold for $5 billion.

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Netflix Drops 'Squid Game' Season 2 Teaser With Red Light, Green Light Doll: 'Join Us Once More for a Whole New Round'

Netflix has released a brief teaser for the second season of "Squid Game" along with some details on which characters are returning.

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'Little Prince' Producer Mediawan Bows Youth Entertainment Division, Mediawan Kids & Family (EXCLUSIVE)

Mediawan, the fast-rising production and distribution group behind "The Little Prince," has launched a new division, Mediawan kids & fam …

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Ukrainian Refugees Feature in Powerful Short Film From UN Refugee Agency - Global Bulletin

The UN Refugee Agency has released 'Uprooted,' a short film by Ukrainian refugees showing how loud noises can trigger memories of war.

                                                           

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