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In the past Week
    2016-10-19  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Bob Dylan’s streaming numbers are through the roof after his Nobel Prize win

    The day after winning the prestigious Nobel Prize in Literature, Bob Dylan, who’s gearing up to perform at Weekend 2 of Desert Trip in the Coachella Desert, can celebrate another milestone. The Associated Press reported on Friday that Spotify listeners are streaming his vast musical collection at an increase of 512 percent since the news broke on Thursday about his new award.

    

    ‘Certain Women’ named best picture at London film fest

    Writer-director Kelly Reichardt’s spare and subtle Montana drama “Certain Women” won the best picture prize on Saturday at the London Film Festival, while “12 Years a Slave” director Steve McQueen received a major career award.

    

    Asian directors wanted for ‘Mulan’ movie

    Two studios are looking to make some “Mulan” moolah. Both Disney and Sony are developing live-action adaptations of the ancient Chinese ballad about a young woman who disguises herself as a man to take her father’s place in the army.

    

    Singer Rod Stewart receives knighthood

    Pop singer Rod Stewart can now call himself Sir Roderick.

    The London-born singer, whose career includes such hits as “Maggie May,” “You Wear It Well” and “Tonight’s the Night,” was knighted by Prince William at Buckingham Palace on October 11 for his services to music and charity after more than 50 years in show business.

    

    ‘Harry Potter’ actor had ‘suicidal thoughts’

    Devon Murray, the Irish actor who played Seamus Finnigan in the “Harry Potter” films, says he’s been “battling depression.”

    He posted online that it has been something he’s been going through for the past 10 years.

    (SD-Agencies)

 

    

 

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