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    2017-09-20  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ and

‘Big Little Lies’ main winners of Emmys 2017

Dystopian drama “The Handmaid’s Tale” has scooped four of the major prizes at this year’s Emmy Awards.

HBO series “Big Little Lies” was one of the big winners of the night in the limited series categories, taking home best lead actress (Nicole Kidman), supporting actress (Laura Dern), supporting actor (Alexander Skarsgard), director (Jean-Marc Vallee) and best limited series.

Actor Harry Dean Stanton dies

For more than 60 years, Harry Dean Stanton played crooks and codgers, eccentrics and losers.

Stanton died on Friday of natural causes at a Los Angeles hospital at age 91, his agent John S. Kelley said.

Matt Damon gets tiny in Oscar-tipped sci-fi comedy

The first full trailer for Oscar-tipped sci-fi comedy “Downsizing” has been revealed in all its minuscule glory.

Kiri Te Kanawa: I won’t sing in public again

Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, one of opera’s most celebrated stars, has told the BBC she will never sing in public again.

Te Kanawa, 73, said she stopped performing a year ago, but had not announced her retirement until now.

Rebel Wilson awarded A$4.5m in magazine defamation case

Actress Rebel Wilson has been awarded A$4.5m (US$3.6m) in Australia’s largest payout for a defamation case.

Wilson successfully argued that a series of magazine articles had wrongly portrayed her as a serial liar. (SD-Agencies)

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