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'The Book of Mormon' satirical musical finally in Utah

People walk past signs announcing the "Book of Mormon" musical at the Capitol Theatre, Monday, July 27, 2015, in Salt Lake City. The biting satirical musical that mocks Mormons is finally coming to the heart of Mormonlandia, starting a sold-out, two week run on Tuesday, July 28, 2015, at a theater two blocks from the church’s flagship temple and headquarters. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The biting satirical musical that mocks Mormons has finally come to the heart of Mormonlandia, starting a sold-out, two-week run Tuesday at a Salt Lake City theater two blocks from the church's flagship temple and headquarters.


Oculus' debuts virtual reality film 'Henry'

This photo provided by Oculus shows a scene from the short animation film, "Henry." Oculus’ second virtual reality film premiered Tuesday, July 28, 2015, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Oculus via AP)BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Oculus is hedging its bets that an adorable critter named Henry can help convince consumers — and Hollywood — about the viability of virtual reality as a storytelling medium.


Review: "Tour" a worthy look at artist as reluctant subject

In this image released by A24 Films, Jesse Eisenberg, left, and Jason Segel appear in a scene from the film, "The End of the Tour." (A24 Films via AP)LOS ANGELES (AP) — Many journalists who have written feature profiles of public figures will have experienced that light-bulb moment, once the cautious mutual-assessment phase is concluded and you start digging for the meat, when the subject perhaps casually reveals some illuminating aspect of him- or herself around which the entire article can be built. Those moments come thick and fast in "The End of the Tour," James Ponsoldt's exquisitely elegiac film about David Foster Wallace, examined over the course of a five-day interview with Rolling Stone reporter David Lipsky, 12 years before the influential writer's suicide in 2008 at age 46.


Ridley Scott, Jean-Marc Vallee head Toronto filmfest lineup

Director Jean-Marc Vallee, pictured on November 8, 2014, will present "Demolition," starring Jake Gyllenhaal, to open the Toronto International Film FestivalOrganizers of the annual Toronto International Film Festival unveiled an ambitious lineup Tuesday leading off with psychological drama "Demolition" by Canadian director Jean-Marc Vallee. "Alien" director Ridley Scott's eagerly-awaited space adventure "The Martian" will also be among the highlights at the movie fest that runs September 10-20. "Demolition" tells the story of Davis, a brilliant investment banker played by Jake Gyllenhaal who must come to terms with the death of his wife in a terrible automobile accident.


NBC cancels Poehler comedy project 'Welcome to Sweden'

In this image released by NBC, Josephine Bornebusch, left, and Greg Poehler appear in a scene from the NBC comedy "Welcome to Sweden." NBC has canceled the comedy starring Poehler, brother of actress Amy Poehler, two weeks into its second season. NBC says “Hollywood Game Night” will air this Sunday in its place and they’re determining when the rest of the season will play out. (Alexandra Aristarhova/TV4 AB)BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — U.S. viewers aren't going to see the love story on TV's "Welcome to Sweden" play out.


Kaitlyn Bristowe and Shawn Booth ready to be a normal couple

In this image released by ABC, Kaitlyn Bristowe, left, and Shawn Booth appear on the season finale of "The Bachelorette." The bachelorette and her chosen fiancé are finally able to live their love away from TV cameras after Monday night’s finale where Bristowe chose the 29-year-old personal trainer as her one true love. (Rick Rowell/ABC via AP)NEW YORK (AP) — Now that they're finally engaged, Kaitlyn Bristowe and Shawn Booth are ready to go on their first real-world date.


'The Martian' to premiere at the Toronto Film Festival

This photo provided by courtesy of the Toronto International Film Festival shows Bryan Cranston as screenwriter Dalton Trumbo in a scene from the film, "Trumbo," directed by Jay Roach. The blockbuster summer movie season is still going strong, but the Toronto International Film Festival provided a peek Tuesday, July 29, 2015, at some of the movies and performances, including "The Martian," "The Program," "Trumbo," and others, that could help set the tone for the upcoming awards season. The festival will kick off its 40th year on Sept. 10 with the romantic drama "Demolition," starring Naomi Watts and Jake Gyllenhaal. (Toronto International Film Festival via AP)LOS ANGELES (AP) — The blockbuster summer movie season is still going strong, but the Toronto International Film Festival provided a peek Tuesday at some of the movies and performances that could help set the tone for the upcoming awards season.


The Latest: Handler admits to a fascination with Dolezal

FILE - In this June 7, 2015 file photo, Tina Fey arrives at Netflix's "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" Q&A Screening in West Hollywood, Calif. During a panel with journalists, Tuesday, July 28, on her Netflix series, "The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," Fey, who was head writer and a cast member on "Saturday Night Live" before becoming co-creator and executive producer of the "Kimmy Schmidt" series, said that Donald Trump's run for president is "great for comedy." "I'm sure 'Saturday Night Live' wishes they were on the air right now," said Fey. (Photo by Rich Fury/Invision/AP, File)BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Here's the latest from the Television Critics Association summer meeting in Beverly Hills, California, at which TV networks and streaming services are presenting details on upcoming programs (all times local):


Nielsen's top programs for July 20-26
NEW YORK (AP) — Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for July 20-26. Listings include the week's ranking and viewership.
Dr. Seuss book explores what came before 'One Fish Two Fish'

A plush “Cat in the Hat” toy is displayed next to “What Pet Should I Get?,” the latest book by Dr. Seuss, on Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at a bookstore in Concord, N.H. The book, released 24 years after the author’s death, includes the same pair of siblings featured in Seuss’s 1960 classic “One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish.” (AP Photo/Holly Ramer)HANOVER, N.H. (AP) — Move over mockingbirds and watchmen. There's a new Yent in a tent in town.


Remains of 4 early colonial leaders discovered at Jamestown

The bone fragments of four high-status leaders who helped shape the future of America during the initial phase of the Jamestown colony are displayed at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History in Washington, Tuesday, July 28, 2015. Archaeologists have uncovered human remains of four of the earliest leaders of the English colony that would become America, buried for more than 400 years near the altar of what was America's first Protestant church in Jamestown, Virginia. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)WASHINGTON (AP) — Archaeologists have uncovered human remains of four of the earliest leaders of the English colony that would become America, buried for more than 400 years near the altar of what was America's first Protestant church in Jamestown, Virginia.


'Celebrity Family Feud' a summertime hit
NEW YORK (AP) — The survey says: ABC's version of "Celebrity Family Feud" ended its run on Sunday as an unexpected summertime hit.
Autopsy: Artist's 1959 death may have followed fall or push
NORWICH, Conn. (AP) — A forensic pathologist says the mysterious 1959 death of a Connecticut artist was the result of hypothermia but he may have been assaulted or pushed to the ground.
Matthew Broderick joins Broadway's 'Sylvia'

FILE - In this April 13, 2015 file photo, Matthew Broderick attends the 15th Annual Monte Cristo Awards in New York. Broderick has joined the upcoming cast of A.R. Gurney's "Sylvia" on Broadway. Performances begin Oct. 2 at the Court Theatre. (Photo by Andy Kropa/Invision/AP, File)NEW YORK (AP) — Two-time Tony Award-winner Matthew Broderick has joined the upcoming cast of A.R. Gurney's "Sylvia" on Broadway.


Music icons to fight corporate power at Farm Aid 30

Willie Nelson watches a preformance at Farm Aid 25 on October 2, 2010 in Milwaukee, WisconsinMusic icons including Willie Nelson and Neil Young will campaign against the power of agricultural companies and the rise of genetically modified food at the 30th anniversary of Farm Aid. The musicians on Tuesday announced that the latest incarnation of Farm Aid, launched in 1985 to support struggling US farmers, would take place on September 19 in Chicago on Lake Michigan. The 30th anniversary show will include the three stars who put together the original benefit concert -- 82-year-old country legend Willie Nelson, folk rocker and activist Neil Young and heartland rocker John Mellencamp.


Fugitive's role in horror film leads to his arrest

In a Tuesday, July 21, 2015 photo, actor Jason Stange high fives co-star Katie Hemming during filming for the movie "Marla Mae" in Olympia, Wash. Stange was arrested on July 24, 2015, by federal agent for an outstanding probation warrant after being recognized in a photo in a Washington state newspaper that ran a story about the low-budget horror movie. Stange pleaded guilty to an armed bank robbery in 2006 and was given a 117-month prison sentence. A federal probation violation warrant was issued last year after Stange left a halfway house in Spokane. (Tony Overman, The Olympian via AP)TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — A fugitive has been arrested after federal agents saw his photo in a Washington state newspaper that ran a story about a low-budget horror movie.


Rapper Azealia Banks denounces 'terrible' Australia crowds

Azealia Banks, pictured during a performance on April 10, 2015, has declared herself fed up with playing in Australia, condemning the audiences as belligerentOutspoken New York rapper Azealia Banks has declared herself fed up with playing in Australia, condemning the audiences as belligerent. Banks performed Saturday at Splendour in the Grass, an annual festival in the Australian winter held in the eastern beach town of Byron Bay. Banks did not take it lightly when an Australian radio host, Paul "Browny" Brown, sarcastically congratulated her for completing a full performance in the country.


Trump dominates nightly news on election, study shows

FILE - In this July 25, 2015 file photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a rally and picnic in Oskaloosa, Iowa. Since the beginning of June, Donald Trump has received more coverage on the broadcast network evening newscasts than all of the other candidates for president combined. The ABC, CBS and NBC evening newscasts spent 114 minutes on campaign coverage from the beginning of June through the end of last week, and Trump was the focus of 60 of them. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall, File)NEW YORK (AP) — Since the beginning of June, Donald Trump has received more coverage on the broadcast network evening newscasts than all of the other candidates for president combined, with his estranged former partners at NBC giving him the most attention.


Correction: The Bomb story

FILE - In this July 1945, file photo, scientists and workmen rig the world's first atomic bomb to raise it up into a 100-foot tower at the Trinity bomb test site in the desert near Alamagordo, N.M. "The Bomb," which begins airing Tuesday, July 28, 2015, on most PBS stations, seeks to tell the story of the deadly device as the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki approaches. (AP Photo/File)ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — In a story July 27 about a new PBS special called "The Bomb," The Associated Press reported erroneously the author of a 1946 New Yorker essay on the victims of Hiroshima. The essay was written by John Hersey, not John Henry.


Gay accuser questions Cosby's ability to 'read' sexual cues

FILE - In this Nov. 6, 2013 file photo, comedian Bill Cosby performs at the Stand Up for Heroes event at Madison Square Garden, in New York. Cosby admitted in a 2005 deposition that he obtained Quaaludes with the intent of using them to have sex with young women. In court documents released Monday, July 6, 2015, he admitted giving the sedative to at least one woman. (John Minchillo/Invision/AP, File)PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A lawyer for Bill Cosby's first accuser on Tuesday questioned his self-described ability to "read" people's sexual cues given that her client is gay.


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