BC-AP Entertainment and Arts Digest,2nd Ld-Writethru


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UPDATES WITH: CAMPAIGN 2016-COOPER’S QUESTION, NOBEL-LITERATURE AND MUSIC, NOBEL PRIZE-LITERATURE-REACTION, PEOPLE-AGAINST THE WALL, KENDALL JENNER-STALKER, CONAN O’BRIEN, TWITTER-PERISCOPE EXTENSION, BRITAIN-PINTER PRIZE.

THURSDAY, OCT. 13

CAMPAIGN 2016-TRUMP-COOPER’S QUESTION: Anderson Cooper asking Donald Trump if he had ever kissed or groped women without their consent — he had to do it twice — may turn to be one of the most impactful presidential debate questions ever. Four women who have since come forward with stories about Trump cited that moment. By Television Writer David Bauder. UPCOMING: 700 words by 4 p.m., photos.

CAMPAIGN 2016-TRUMP-APPRENTICE — With public clamor growing for the release of footage from Donald Trump’s reign on “The Apprentice,” entertainment giant MGM said Wednesday that it owns the reality TV show, not the program’s executive producer Mark Burnett, and could not unilaterally release any unaired, archived material due to existing contractual obligations. By Garance Burke. SENT: 730 words, photos.

NOBEL PRIZE-LITERATURE — Bob Dylan has won the 2016 Nobel Prize in literature for expanding the poetic possibilities of music — a stunning announcement that marks the first time the prestigious award has gone to a musician. By Karl Ritter. SENT: 1,000 words, photos, video.

NOBEL-LITERATURE AND MUSIC — There’s no question about Bob Dylan’s genius as a songwriter or his profound impact on popular culture in America and beyond. By Karl Ritter. SENT: 675 words, photos.

NOBEL PRIZE-LITERATURE-THE LATEST. SENT: 900 words, photos.

NOBEL PRIZE-LITERATURE-REACTION. SENT: 360 words, photos.

NOBEL PRIZE-LITERATURE-DYLAN LYRICS. SENT: 1,100 words.

NOBEL-DYLAN-DISCOGRAPHY. SENT: 330 words, photos.

NOBEL-LITERATURE-DYLAN-DISCOGRAPHY. SENT: 330 words, photos.

NOBEL-WINNERS-GLANCE. SENT: 430 words.

PRINCE-TRIBUTE CONCERT — Stevie Wonder, Christina Aguilera and Chaka Khan are among the featured performers who will pay tribute to Prince at a Minnesota concert Thursday night. Tori Kelly, Anita Baker and Doug E. Fresh also are included in the lineup at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. Prince’s ex-wife, Mayte Garcia, has been added to the concert, and Prince will be represented by members of his inner circle, including Morris Day & The Time, Judith Hill and Liv Warfield. SENT: 285 words, photos. Will be updated.

KENDALL JENNER-STALKER — Kendall Jenner has arrived in a Los Angeles courtroom to testify against a man charged with stalking and trespassing at her Hollywood Hills home. By Entertainment Writer Anthony McCartney. SENT: 275 words, photos. Developing from ongoing court proceedings.

MUSIC-NATIONAL ANTHEM — Grammy-winning R&B singer Anthony Hamilton isn’t interested in singing “The Star-Spangled Banner,” and he thinks America needs a new national anthem. Hamilton’s frustration is a similar response of other black Americans, but oher musicians, like Alicia Keys, feel torn, while pop singer JoJo said she’s still proud to sing the song because of the veterans in her family. By Music Writer Mesfin Fekadu. UPCOMING: 800 words, photos by 4 p.m.

MUSIC-ROGER WATERS — Roger Waters talks about his political inspirations and his upcoming performance at Desert Trip and beyond. By Entertainment Writer Sandy Cohen. SENT: 500 words, photos.

NIXON MUSEUM — The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum is getting ready to reopen following a $15 million makeover aimed at bringing the country’s 37th president closer to younger generations. By Amy Taxin. SENT: 700 words, photos.

MUSIC-LUKE BRYAN — Country star Luke Bryan didn’t let a broken collarbone stop him from his Farm Tour, a passion project for the reigning CMA entertainer of the year. The tour brings his concerts to working farms in small agriculturally focused communities and cities throughout the South and Midwest. By Kristin M. Hall. SENT: 460 words, photos.

THEATER-CHRIS GETHARD — Comedian Chris Gethard has managed to find a rich vein of comedy in the unlikeliest place — clinical depression. By Entertainment Writer Mark Kennedy. SENT: 600 words, photo.

PEOPLE-JK SIMMONS — Fans of J.K. Simmons’ work in television and film may have the actor’s two children to thank. A veteran of New York theater, Simmons moved into TV and movie work after his children were born. But he’ll soon be an empty-nester and is considering a return to the stage. By Entertainment Writer Sandy Cohen. SENT: 350 words, photos.

HALLOWEEN-POLITICAL COSTUMES — As the presidential election draws closer and the race heats up, is there an “ick” factor to dressing as Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton for Halloween? Sales are up for candidate costumes, but some say they plan to steer clear, especially for kids. By Leanne Italie. SENT: 775 words, photos.

OBAMA-SCI-FI — The cerebral interstellar saga “2001: A Space Odyssey” and the android drama “Blade Runner” are among President Barack Obama’s favorite sci-fi films and TV shows. President Obama shared his must-watch list of movies and TV shows to “expand your mind to new horizons” with the November issue of Wired magazine. By Entertainment Writer Derrik J. Lang. SENT: 145 words, photo.

CONAN O’BRIEN — Conan O’Brien has been selected to host the Nobel Peace Prize concert in December in Oslo; singer Halsey will perform. SENT: 115 words, photos.

PEOPLE-AGAINST THE WALL — A searing new public service announcement starring Michael B. Jordan, Danny Glover and Michael K. Williams takes on the issue of racial bias in police shootings with a simple message: “Black is not a weapon.” SENT: 130 words, photos.

BRITAIN-PINTER PRIZE — A Bangladeshi author and publisher injured in an attack by suspected militants has won a writing award celebrating free speech. SENT: 130 words.

BRITAIN-ELTON JOHN — Elton John is chronicling his “crazy life” in an autobiography to be published in 2019. Publishers Pan Macmillan and Henry Holt announced Thursday that they have jointly acquired worldwide rights for the musician’s as-yet-untitled memoir. SENT: 125 words, photo.

PEOPLE-GARY BUSEY — Gary Busey will make his New York stage debut next month in the off-Broadway show “Perfect Crime,” playing a serial killer in the cast of the longest-running play in New York history. SENT: 180 words, photo.

BOOKS-REESE WITHERSPOON — Already known for recommending books on her Instagram account, Reese Witherspoon is ready to write one herself. SENT: 120 words, photos.

TWITTER-PERISCOPE EXTENSION — Twitter is taking the smartphone shackles off its live-video service Periscope as part of the struggling company’s attempt to broaden its audience. By Technology Writer Michael Liedtke. SENT: 600 words, photos.

IRAN-HOUSE OF CARDS — Iran’s government has long tried to keep out American pop culture, but it seems happy to let Iranians watch the backstabbing, deceitful machinations of fictional U.S. politician Frank Underwood in “House of Cards.” Iran’s hard-liners point to the show and say: This is what America is really like. By Nasser Karimi and Jon Gambrell. SENT: 740 words, photos.

NEPAL-SINGING NUN —Ani Choying Drolma is Nepal’s most popular Buddhist nun — not because she’s a nun, or even a UNICEF goodwill ambassador. She is adored nationwide as a pop singer. By Binaj Gurubacharya. SENT: 980 words, photos.

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OTHER STORIES:

BRAZIL-ELEPHANT SANCTUARY

GERMANY-SYRIA PROTEST

ODD–EGYPT-TUK-TUK OF RAGE

TENNESSEE STATE PRISON-VIDEO

BEST SELLERS-BOOKS-USA TODAY

BEST SELLERS BOOKS-PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

BEST SELLERS BOOKS-WSJ

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UPCOMING:

FILM-FILMSTRUCK STREAMING — Does this sound familiar? You want to stream a movie and end up spending most of your time clicking through a disorganized sea of options, most of which aren’t especially good, anyhow. FilmStruck, a new subscription streaming service to launch Wednesday by Turner Classic Movies and the Criterion Collection hopes to fill what has been a giant void in the supposedly glorious age of streaming. By Film Writer Jake Coyle. UPCOMING Friday: 800 words by 11 a.m., photos.

FILM-BILLY LYNN’S LONG HALFTIME WALK — Ang Lee’s “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk” premieres at the New York Film Festival, debuting the director’s ambitious 3-D, high-frame rate drama. Its technology is so advanced that most theaters won’t be able to play it as Lee created it. By Film Writer Jake Coyle. UPCOMING Friday: 600 words by 11 p.m., photos.

VARIETY-POWER WOMEN — Ava DuVernay, Miley Cyrus and Helen Mirren are among the honorees at Variety’s “Power of Women” luncheon Friday in Beverly Hills, California. By Entertainment Writer Sandy Cohen. UPCOMING Friday: 600 words, photos. Developing from event beginning at 3 p.m.

SHAKESPEARE UNAUTHORIZED — The public gets a rare glimpse of first and early editions of some of Shakespeare’s most beloved plays, including “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” ”Hamlet” and “The Merchant of Venice.” ”Shakespeare Unauthorized” opens Friday and runs through March 31 at the Boston Public Library. By Philip Marcelo. UPCOMING Friday: 500 words by 1 a.m., photos.

LITTLE SYRIA — Before One World Trade, before 9/11, before the twin towers, an immigrant neighborhood called Little Syria thrived in Lower Manhattan. A new exhibit on Ellis Island evokes the neighborhood’s vanished world at a time when Syrian refugees are making headlines and immigrant rights are a subject of controversy. By Jeff Karoub. UPCOMING Friday: 800 words by noon, photos.

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REVIEWS:

FILM REVIEW-CERTAIN WOMEN. By Film Writer Lindsey Bahr. SENT Tuesday: 685 words, photos.

FILM REVIEW-MASCOTS. By Entertainment Writer Mark Kennedy. SENT Wednesday: 465 words, photos.

FILM REVIEW-THE ACCOUNTANT. By Film Writer Jake Coyle. SENT Wednesday: 675 words, photos.

UPCOMING FILM REVIEWS: “Jack Reacher,” ”Moonlight,” ”Keeping Up With the Jonses”

GAME REVIEW-GEARS OF WAR. By Lou Kesten. SENT Wednesday: 500 words, photo.

THEATER REVIEW-HEISENBERG. By Drama Writer Mark Kennedy. UPCOMING: 500 words by 9 p.m. Thursday, photos.

MUSIC REVIEW-JAMIE LIDELL. By Mark Kennedy. UPCOMING Friday: 240 words, photo.

BOOK REVIEW-TWO BY TWO, BY NICHOLAS SPARKS. Reviewed by Lincee Ray. SENT Monday: 325 words, photos.

BOOK REVIEW-THE LOST BOY, BY CAMILLA LACKBERG. Reviewed by Oline H. Cogdill. SENT Tuesday: 315 words, photos.

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VIDEO:

COMING UP ON ENTERTAINMENT DAILY NEWS:

LONDON— “Bleed for This” star Miles Teller and director Ben Younger talk about their boxing drama.

HONG KONG— Benedict Cumberbatch and Tilda Swinton meet fans for “Dr. Strange.”

ROME— “Moonlight” opens the Rome Film Festival.

ROME— Tom Hanks attends the premiere of his directorial debut “That Thing You Do!” at the Rome Film Festival.

LONDON— Bill Nighy, Gemma Arterton and Sam Claflin attend the London Film Festival gala for the war drama “Their Finest.”

NASHVILLE, TENN.— Members of the Kings of Leon talk about their new album.

NEW YORK— Shawn Mendes talks about his new album.

LONDON— Stars of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” attend fan event.

ENTERTAINMENT DAILY NEWS BROADCAST VIDEO ALREADY AVAILABLE:

HONG KONG— Benedict Cumberbatch and Tilda Swinton arrive in Hong Kong to promote “Dr. Strange.”

UGC ONLINE— Residents of Britain use new 5 pound note to play vinyl records.

NEW YORK— Retailer: Halloween is now all about social media.

COMING UP ON CELEBRITY EXTRA:

LONDON— Members of the rock group Jimmy Eat World talk about today’s music industry.

LOS ANGELES— Childhood friends and singers Jamestown Revival reveal fun facts about each other.

NEW YORK— Ashton Kutcher talks about his passion for investing.

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