LOS ANGELES: Former U.S. President Bill Clinton’s debut novel will not hit shelves for almost a year, but it is already getting the TV treatment as Showtime said on Friday that it would adapt the anticipated book into a series. Bill…
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LOS ANGELES: Record-setting horror film "It", an adaptation of novel by Stephen King, continued its winning ways over the weekend, accounting for nearly three times the combined ticket sales of the next two films in North American theaters,…
ZURICH: Novartis will seek regulatory approval this year for a new kind of anti-inflammatory heart drug, though some experts fear fatal infection risks and a high price may overshadow the medicine’s limited benefits. Keenly awaited…
Arundhati Roy's eagerly-awaited second novel goes on sale Tuesday, two decades after her prize-winning debut "The God of Small Things" propelled her to global fame and launched her career as an outspoken critic of injustice in her native…
LOS ANGELES: Scottish actor Ewan McGregor, in his directorial debut, brought an adaptation of Philip Roth's novel "American Pastoral" to the Zurich Film Festival this week and said his wife helped him get behind the camera.
OTTAWA: Canadian author W.P. Kinsella, best known for his baseball novel "Shoeless Joe" which was adapted into the popular film "Field of Dreams," has died at the age of 81, his literary agent said on Friday.
Bollywood actor Emraan Hashmi will write a book on how to battle cancer and stay strong whilst doing that.
NEW YORK: Surprise, eager anticipation and a tinge of skepticism surrounded the news that Pulitzer Prize-winning author Harper Lee would publish a second novel half a century after "To Kill a Mockingbird" became an American classic.
Did you know that 14 years before the Titanic sank, a writer wrote a book about a ship called the 'Titan' that crashed into an iceberg and sank.
PARIS: The new book by French "enfant terrible" author Michel Houellebecq has sparked uproar even before its publication.