Filmmaker Craig Foster said his relationship with the octopus taught him about life's fragility and our connection with nature and even helped him become a better father.
Until now, Tinseltown producers "haven't done a very good job –– but they know that, we're making them aware of that," said "Sound of Metal" supporting actor nominee Paul Raci, who was raised by deaf parents.
People are relying on streaming, which accounts for 83 percent of US music industry revenue, according to the Recording Industry Association of America. But many artists say they aren't reaping the benefits, and the pandemic is worsening the issue.
Scarlett had been suspended by the Royal Ballet in 2019 after former students made allegations of sexual misconduct over a 10-year period although he had been cleared after a seven-month probe.
Director Ryan Coogler says pulling out of Georgia to make the sequel would adversely affect the lives of people involved in making the film.
With strict coronavirus measures in place, the awards will be held in multiple smaller sites around Nashville and will feature mostly in-person performances before live audiences.
Last month, an NFT artwork sold for $69.3 million at Christie’s, in the first sale ever by a major auction house of a piece of art that does not exist in physical form.
The duo musicians created a hard-rock pandemic anthem called “Eazy Sleazy” which Jagger said is about coming out of lockdown "with some much needed optimism"
Anti-poverty organisation Global Citizen is announcing the musical event “VAX Live: The Concert to Reunite the World” with the goal of enlisting corporations and philanthropists to raise $22 billion for global vaccinations.
With NFTs, many see an opportunity to monetise digital art of all kinds, offering collectors the bragging rights to ultimate ownership, even if the work can be endlessly copied.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many Muslim-majority countries have imposed restrictions on worshippers, including night-time curfews, and called for prayers to be performed at home during the fasting month.
First international touring show by London's National Gallery was put on hold for a year, due to Covid-19, but now the artwork will be shown in a whole new light.
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