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  • 2018 Pirelli Calendar has an all-black cast

    (CNN)The 2018 Pirelli Calendar features an all-black cast of models, artists, musicians, comedians and actors. The subjects for the 2018 calendar include a diverse crew of black celebrities, including supermodel Naomi Campbell as The Royal Beheader, drag icon RuPaul as the Queen of Hearts and rapper Lil Yachty as a member of The Queen's Guard.

  • O.J. Simpson hearing: A blast from the media past

    O.J. Simpson was back on TV Thursday, his face seemingly plastered across every channel. If it felt as if the '90s had been revived, well, in a way, they've never left. Television, after all, is awash in nostalgia -- in revivals of shows like "Full House," "Twin Peaks" and the upcoming "Roseanne." The Simpson case has been the subject of some of that nostalgia, vaulting back onto TV with a pair of award-winning productions -- FX's dramatization "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story," and ESPN's documentary "O.J.: Made in America." Simpson was once one of the most recognizable and popular figures in America. A legendary sports figure, commercial pitchman and actor at the time of his

  • Malaysia: 'Despacito' banned from state radio and TV

    Malaysia has banned hit song "Despacito" from state radio and TV channels. The move was announced by the government just as the runaway hit became the most streamed song of all time. Officials at state-owned broadcaster RTM stopped playing the song -- by Daddy Yankee and Luis Fonsi -- after receiving numerous complaints from the public about the lyrics "not being suitable," Communications Minister Salleh Said Keruak told CNNMoney. "The song was filled with numerous sexual references and innuendos and thus wholly inappropriate to be aired by our national media outlets for our general public, especially children," he said. The communications minister stressed that the decision "applies only" to

  • Jason Bateman shines in Netflix's grim 'Ozark'

    (CNN)Jason Bateman wears multiple hats as producer, director and star in "Ozark," a grim Netflix drama that starts with a familiar premise -- financial advisor sucked into high-stakes world of laundering drug money -- but becomes increasingly engrossing. As 10-episode binges go, the show yields an admirable return on investment. Bateman plays Marty Byrde, whose outwardly idyllic existence belies plenty of trouble. Not only is he caught up in shady dealings with a ruthless cartel leader (Esai Morales), but his wife (Laura Linney) has been unfaithful. Marty's impeccably furnished house of cards comes crashing down in the premiere, forcing the fast-talking money man to hatch a scheme to save his

  • Lena Dunham joins 'American Horror Story'

    The show's creator, Ryan Murphy, tweeted Wednesday on night that Dunham will be joining the FX anthology in season 7, which will air this fall. "Thrilled that my talented friend Lena Dunham is joining the AMERICAN HORROR STORY family," Murphy wrote. Thrilled that my talented friend Lena Dunham is joining the AMERICAN HORROR STORY family.

  • Noah: Trump and 'care' don't go together

    Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, Seth Meyers and Jimmy Kimmel ridiculed the Republican health care bill that was defeated in the Senate.