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  • Ali Smith, Nominee in the 2014 Costa Book Awards and winner of the Costa Novel Award category, poses with her book "How to be Both" prior to the announcement of the overall winner, in London
    Britain's Smith wins award for gender-bending 'How to Be Both' Reuters - 7 minutes ago

    By Michael Roddy LONDON (Reuters) - Scottish-born author Ali Smith won the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction on Wednesday for her gender-bending … More »Britain's Smith wins award for gender-bending 'How to Be Both'

    Ali Smith, Nominee in the 2014 Costa Book Awards and winner of the Costa Novel Award category, poses with her book "How to be Both" prior to the announcement of the overall winner, in London

    By Michael Roddy LONDON (Reuters) - Scottish-born author Ali Smith won the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction on Wednesday for her gender-bending novel "How to Be Both" that explores issues of sexual identity from Renaissance times to the present. Smith's sixth novel, which had been shortlisted for the 2014 Man Booker …

  • Actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus poses as she arrives for the New York Premiere of the fourth season of the HBO television series "VEEP" in New York City

    (Reuters) - Time Warner Inc unit HBO is considering moving film production of the Emmy award-winning show "Veep" to California from Maryland for better tax incentives, a spokesman said on Wednesday. "Veep," the comedy starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus as a U.S. vice president, is one of four shows selected to receive tax credits …

  • ‘X-Files’ Revival Event Series Adds ‘Community’ Star Joel McHale

    “Community” star Joel McHale is the first new actor added to Fox’s limited series revival of “The X-Files,” an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap. The conspiracy-obsessed series, which ran for nine seasons and aired its finale in 2002, is being brought back by Fox as a limited series for a six-episode …

  • Actor Gerard Depardieu gives a thumbs up as he poses on the red carpet with FIFA President Sepp Blatter for the screening of the film "United Passions" at the 67th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes

    By Michael Roddy LONDON (Reuters) - The film "United Passions" in which British actor Tim Roth portrays FIFA president Sepp Blatter does not hit American cinema screens until Friday, but whether it sinks - as it did in Europe - or swims it has at least one immortal line: "Blatter is apparently good at finding money," …

  • Ellie Goulding Never Dated Ed Sheeran, Has "No Idea" How the Rumor Started

    Ellie Goulding claims she never dated Ed Sheeran after it was rumored he wrote his hit single "Don't" about her -- see what she had to say and what pal Taylor Swift thinks!

  • Kim Richards to Exit ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ (Report)

    Kim Richards will not be returning to “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” as a cast member next season. E! News reported that a “source connected to the show” confirmed that Richards may return for a cameo or a few appearances, but not as a full-time series regular. Reps for Richards did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s …

  • ESPN’s Bob Ley Breaks Down FIFA Bribery Scandal, Laughs Off Viral ‘Wire’ Quote

    As embattled soccer organization FIFA tries to figure out its future, ESPN’s top journalist Bob Ley is trying to sort through the mess affecting his favorite sport. Ley’s name became a trending Twitter topic on Tuesday when he dropped the following quote from “Wire” character Omar Little during his ongoing and highly-praised …

  • Johnny Depp Is the Face of Dior's First Male Fragrance in 10 Years — And It's His First Scent Campaign Ever!

    Announced on June 3, Johnny Depp will be the face of Dior's upcoming male fragrance, making it the first time the actor has ever modeled for a scent campaign; see the photo!

  • Showtime follows HBO into the streaming game Associated Press - 1 hour 8 minutes ago
    This photo provided by Showtime shows Damian Lewis, as Nicholas Brody, left, and Claire Danes, as Carrie Mathison, in an episode from the fourth season of "Homeland." CBS Corp., which owns Showtime, on Wednesday, June 3, 2015 said the cable channel will be available to stream next month for $10.99 a month on all of Apple Inc.’s devices, including the iPad, iPhone and Apple TV. CBS says it will announce deals with other platforms or devices soon. (David Bloomer/Showtime via AP)

    NEW YORK (AP) — Showtime will join rival HBO with an online streaming service for those that don't want to pay for cable.

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