- Tom Hanks finds student's ID card, sends tweet to find her
NEW YORK (AP) — If your name is Lauren then actor Tom Hanks is looking for you — but only if you lost your student identification card.WNBC-TV reports (http://bit.ly/1FVisSt ) Hanks found a card Tuesday belonging to a Fordham University student and tweeted a photo of it to find its owner.
- Fox probing claims 'Maze Runner' cast took artifacts
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Representatives from 20th Century Fox are trying to determine if actors took American Indian artifacts while filming "Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials" at a private New Mexico ranch.Diamond Tail Ranch manager Roch Hart told The Associated Press that following comments by the film's star, Dylan O'Brien, the studio is investigating claims the cast took artifacts and will seek to return any stolen items.
- Review: Chilly, enigmatic 'Old Times' returns to Broadway
NEW YORK (AP) — That Thom Yorke is the first from the creative team to greet you at the new revival of "Old Time" is the first indication you're in for an unsettling show.The Radiohead frontman has written and recorded the creepy incidental music that haunts the American Airlines Theatre as it fills with Harold Pinter fans.
- Singer-songwriter John Mayer gushes about The Grateful Dead
SAN RAFAEL, Calif. (AP) — Singer-songwriter John Mayer proudly declared himself a "Deadhead" as he defended members of the Grateful Dead in their decision to regroup after playing what was supposed to be the band's final tour this summer.Mayer is rehearsing in a city north of San Francisco with three of the four remaining members of the band for a fall tour that kicks off Oct. 29 in New York, months after the Dead played to devoted fans who, in some cases, paid thousands of dollars for sold-out shows in the San Francisco Bay Area and in Chicago.
- Thousands form human peace sign to honor John Lennon in NYC
NEW YORK (AP) — Thousands of people joined Yoko Ono in Central Park on Tuesday to try to set a world record for largest group of human bodies forming a peace sign.The record attempt to honor Ono's husband, John Lennon, didn't succeed. Still, the crowd celebrated the upcoming birthday of the late Beatle, who would have turned 75 on Friday.
- Shania Twain cancels concerts in New Hampshire, New York
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Shania Twain has canceled her "Rock This Country" tour in New Hampshire and New York after being diagnosed with a respiratory infection.The singer says her doctors advised her to rest for several days. Twain canceled her Tuesday night concert at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester and her Wednesday night show in Albany at the Times Union Center.
- Los Angeles judge finalizes Stevie Wonder's divorce
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Los Angeles judge has finalized Stevie Wonder's divorce from fashion designer Kai Millard Morris.Superior Court Judge Christine Byrd finalized the pair's divorce on Monday, more than three years after the Grammy-winning singer filed to end his second marriage.
- Fukunaga stuns with powerful 'Beasts of No Nation'
The story of the child soldier is not one that the movies have been clamoring to tell. What could be gleaned from giving this insidious reality a narrative platform? The hardening of a young soul in this context is not something that can or should be observed casually, after all, and for many it's easier not to look at all.That's why Cary Joji Fukunaga's "Beasts of No Nation" is such a special creation. It evokes the grim misery of war and the plight of these boys while making the experience of watching it almost poetic. It's not exploitative. It's not sentimental. It doesn't cheekily dare you to look (or look away). It is grounded horror shown artfully and purposefully.
- Model sues Bill Cosby over alleged 2008 sexual assault
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A model who has accused Bill Cosby of drugging her at the Playboy Mansion in 2008 sued the comedian on Tuesday for sexual assault.Chloe Goins' lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles seeks punitive damages for a variety of problems she says she has endured since the incident, including mental anguish, loss of self-esteem and dignity.
- Rannazzisi apologizes on Howard Stern show for Sept. 11 lie
NEW YORK (AP) — Comic Steve Rannazzisi went on Howard Stern's satellite radio show Tuesday to apologize for lying about being in the World Trade Center during the Sept. 11 attacks, saying Stern's listeners "are the people I want to say I'm sorry to."In a 40-minute interview Rannazzisi, who is on the FXX show "The League," said he will be going back to work as a standup comic and that he expects to be heckled for his lie.