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Reuters Lifestyle & Entertainment, September 6, 1500 GMT/1100 ET
September 6, 2017 / 3:05 PM / 20 days ago

Reuters Lifestyle & Entertainment, September 6, 1500 GMT/1100 ET

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    ENTERTAINMENT
    
    'Star Wars: Episode IX' loses writer/director Trevorrow over
movie vision
    LOS ANGELES - The "Star Wars" movie franchise has parted
ways with another director, Walt Disney Co         announced on
Tuesday, saying that director and writer Colin Trevorrow would
no longer be involved in the studio's scheduled 2019 film "Star
Wars: Episode IX." (FILM-STARWARS/ (UPDATE 1, TV), moved, 388
words)
    
    Bucharest's international music festival takes a modern turn
    BUCHAREST - One of Europe's biggest classical music
festivals, held in Romania's capital city Bucharest, will
increasingly showcase contemporary composers and performers from
central and eastern Europe in the years ahead.
(ROMANIA-FESTIVAL/ (PIX, TV), by Luiza Ilie, 588 words)
    
    Don't look for truth in the courtroom, Japanese thriller
suggests
    VENICE - The courtroom is not where you find the truth,
Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda shows in his legal drama
"The Third Murder", which premiered at the Venice film festival
on Tuesday. (FILMFESTIVAL-VENICE/THETHIRDMURDER (PIX, TV), by
Agnieszka Flak , 373 words)
 

    LIFESTYLE
    
    From Calvin Klein to Tom Ford, New York Fashion Week ready
for kickoff
    NEW YORK - New York Fashion Week, the first in a series of
global style weeks during September, is gearing up with
designers ready to present their visions for Spring 2018.
(FASHION-NEW YORK/PREVIEW (TV, PIX), by Alicia Powell, 312
words)
    
    BBC launches staff pay review to quell anger over gender gap
    LONDON - The BBC is reviewing employee pay after it was
forced to reveal that male stars were paid far more than their
female counterparts, damaging the British public broadcaster's
image and angering women employees. (BRITAIN-BBC/ (PIX), moved,
406 words)
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