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‘Slippery’ actor Kevin Spacey tried to groom me, man tells UK court
An alleged victim of Kevin Spacey’s sexual assault says the “muddy” Hollywood actor tried to “groom” him, and that repeated groping made him feel sick, a London court heard on Monday. Spacey, 63, is on trial at Southwark Crown Court on dozens of charges of historic sexual assault against four men, then in their 20s and 30s, believed to date back to the year 2001 to 2013.
Taiwan celebrates language diversity at annual music awards
Taiwan celebrated its linguistic diversity at the Golden Melody Awards late Saturday with big wins for singers who mainly sing in Mandarin, at one of the prestigious entertainment events. in the Chinese-speaking world. The award honors not only Mandopop but also artists who sing in Taiwanese – also known as Hokkien – Hakka and indigenous languages, a clear sign of the government’s efforts to promote languages other than Mandarin.
‘Rogers: The Musical’, the first Marvel musical at Disneyland opens
For the first time, Marvel fans will get to see superhero superhero Steve Rogers sing and dance on stage in Disneyland Resort’s one-act musical “Rogers: The Musical.” As part of Walt Disney’s 100th anniversary celebrations, Disneyland opened the 30-minute musical on Friday at the Hyperion Theater in Disney California’s Disney Adventure Park. It runs until August 31.
Vietnam bans showing ‘Barbie’ movie on East Sea map
Vietnam has banned the domestic release of Warner Bros’ highly-anticipated film “Barbie” because of a scene with a map showing China’s unilaterally claimed territory in the South China Sea, state media reported today. Monday. The U-shaped “nine-dash line” is used on Chinese maps to illustrate China’s claims to large areas in the South China Sea, including areas that Vietnam considers to be its shelf. its mainland, where it has made concessions on oil exploration.
(With input from agencies.)