India's censor blocks 'Fifty Shades of Grey' from cinemas
MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's government censors have said they will not allow the big-screen adaptation of erotic novel "Fifty Shades of Grey" to be shown in Indian cinemas, a decision most had anticipated in the largely conservative country.
'Guardians,' 'Fault' and 'Neighbors' lead MTV Movie Award nominees
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Marvel's space caper, "Guardians of the Galaxy", will take on weepy teen romance, "The Fault in Our Stars", and raunchy bromance comedy, "Neighbors", at the MTV Movie Awards this year, as each garnered seven nominations in the irreverent annual youth-oriented awards ceremony.
Brother of socialite Paris Hilton to plead guilty to assault
(Reuters) - The brother of celebrity socialite Paris Hilton will plead guilty to an assault charge for threatening flight attendants on a Los Angeles-bound flight out of London last year, officials said on Tuesday.
Tribeca Film Festival showcases movies about 'everyday life'
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Feature films from 31 countries, many of them about the struggles of everyday life and featuring stars such as Richard Gere, James Franco and Dakota Fanning will be screened at the 14th Tribeca Film Festival.
Queen Elizabeth strips entertainer Rolf Harris of honor over child sex conviction
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Queen Elizabeth has stripped veteran entertainer Rolf Harris of an honor she bestowed on him in 2006, basing the move on his conviction for child sex crimes last year, an official notice on Tuesday revealed.