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In the Past Week
    2016-07-13  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    ‘Hamilton’ to bid farewell to 3 stars

    The award-winning Broadway hip-hop musical “Hamilton” will bid farewell to three of its stars, including creator and lead actor Lin-Manuel Miranda.

    It will also be a good-bye to Leslie Odom Jr., who portrays Aaron Burr, and Phillipa Soo, who plays Eliza Schuyler.

    Hungarian feature wins top prize at Karlovy Vary film fest

    Hungarian director Szabolcs Hajdu took the Grand Prix Crystal Globe and a US$25,000 cash award for his film “It’s Not the Time of My Life” at the closing on Saturday of the 51st edition of the Karlovy Vary international film festival.

    ‘Wannabe’ cheers on UN campaign in lip sync video

    The United Nations’ Global Goals #WhatIReallyReallyWant campaign asks women and girls around the world what they really want to see, from an end to child marriage to equal pay. And with the help of the Spice Girls’ iconic hit “Wannabe,” they’ve found an infectious way to spread the word.

    Noel Neill, the original Lois Lane, dies aged 95

    U.S. actress Noel Neill, who was the first to play the character of Lois Lane on screen, has died at the age of 95.

    (SD-Agencies)

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