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LOS ANGELES (AP) \u2014 \"The Fate of the Furious\" sped into first place at the box office again, leaving new thriller \"Unforgettable\" and historical drama \"The Promise\" in the dust.

Universal Pictures' eighth installment in \"The Fast and the Furious\" franchise earned $38.7 million over the weekend, down 61 percent from its debut, according to studio estimates Sunday.

The new competition didn't stand a chance against the high-octane film, which had the biggest worldwide opening of all time last weekend. It's expected to cross $1 billion globally this week.

Holdovers dominated the charts on this quiet weekend in theaters. \"The Boss Baby\" took second place with $12.8 million, and \"Beauty and the Beast\" landed in third with $10 million.

Disney's animal documentary \"Born in China\" opened in fourth place, with $5.1 million from 1,508 locations. The two other new movies fared worse.

Warner Bros. thriller \"Unforgettable,\" starring Katherine Heigl as a jealous ex-wife and Rosario Dawson as the new fiancee, opened at No. 7 with just $4.8 million. Critics were tough on the film, and audiences gave it a deathly C CinemaScore rating.

The directorial debut of longtime producer Denise Di Novi cost only $12 million to make, but the meager result still disappointed.

\"Unfortunately, the movie just missed the intended audience,\" said Jeff Goldstein, Warner Bros.' president of domestic distribution. \"We had higher expectations, and we're disappointed we didn't achieve them.\"

There is a silver lining for the studio. The buddy comedy \"Going in Style,\" starring Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Alan Arkin, is chugging along after three weeks in theaters, taking fifth place with $5 million.

Meanwhile, the historical epic \"The Promise,\" starring Oscar Isaac and Christian Bale, bombed with a mere $4.1 million from 2,251 theaters.

The movie delves into the mass killings of Armenians in Ottoman Turkey that many countries and most historians call genocide. Turkey still denies genocide, saying the deaths stemmed from civil unrest and war.

It's not a surprise the film, which was estimated to cost around $100 million to make, failed to gain traction, comScore senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian said.

\"It didn't really jump out as anything that would be a surprising box-office hit,\" Dergarabedian said. \"But it wasn't really about the box office.\"

Made outside the studio system and distributed by Open Road Films, the point of \"The Promise\" was to raise awareness around a global event that many know nothing about, he said.

Celebrities from Kim Kardashian West to Cher promoted the film on social media. Its makers said they will donate all proceeds to nonprofits and intend to use the PG-13-rated film as an education tool in schools.

\"It was a tough weekend in general for the newcomers,\" Dergarabedian said, noting that many moviegoers are likely saving up for \"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,\" which hits theaters May 5.

\"It's a quiet period,\" he added. \"This is the interlude between the spring movie season and what promises to be the biggest summer movie season ever.\"

Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to comScore. Final domestic figures will be released Monday.

1.\"The Fate of the Furious,\" $38.7 million.

2.\"The Boss Baby,\" $12.8 million.

3.\"Beauty and the Beast,\" $10 million.

4.\"Born in China,\" $5.1 million.

5.\"Going in Style,\" $5 million.

6.\"Smurfs: The Lost Village,\" $4.9 million.

7.\"Unforgettable,\" $4.8 million.

8.\"Gifted,\" $4.5 million.

9.\"The Promise,\" $4.1 million.

10.\"The Lost City of Z,\" $2.1 million.

___

Universal and Focus are owned by NBC Universal, a unit of Comcast Corp.; Sony, Columbia, Sony Screen Gems and Sony Pictures Classics are units of Sony Corp.; Paramount is owned by Viacom Inc.; Disney, Pixar and Marvel are owned by The Walt Disney Co.; Miramax is owned by Filmyard Holdings LLC; 20th Century Fox and Fox Searchlight are owned by 21st Century Fox; Warner Bros. and New Line are units of Time Warner Inc.; MGM is owned by a group of former creditors including Highland Capital, Anchorage Advisors and Carl Icahn; Lionsgate is owned by Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.; IFC is owned by AMC Networks Inc.; Rogue is owned by Relativity Media LLC.

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Follow AP Film Writer Lindsey Bahr on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/ldbahr

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This is the latest in a series about what\u2019s going on in the Pima County Public Library.

The library has always been like a second home to me. You see, I was the kid who kept coming to story time even though I was too old; the kid who hung out in the middle school library at lunch; and the kid who did the summer reading program every year until I turned 18. And now I\u2019m an adult who works at the library.

I\u2019ve never really wanted to be anywhere else.

For five years I was the young adult services librarian at the Wheeler Taft Abbett Sr. Library. While there, I did library outreach at schools, held book and movie release parties, an annual zombie prom, a weekly writing club and an anime club. I also trained more than 100 teen volunteers and put together a Teen Advisory Board to improve young adult services and provide leadership opportunities.

Currently I serve as the young adult services librarian at the Dusenberry-River Library. In addition to planning programs, conducting outreach, and working with teens, I serve on the Worlds of Imagination teen art contest, the MegaMania planning team and the Tucson Festival of Books Author Committee.

My belief is quite simple: Teens need opportunities to succeed and a place to learn through self-exploration. I believe the Pima County Public Library can be that place for teens in our community.

At the library, we provide opportunities for learning and cultivating leadership and social skills through volunteering, but we also allow ample time and room for them to explore what excites them. It\u2019s through these things that we help them understand how valuable they are today and how important they are to the future.

No one feels anything more intensely than a teenager. A part of me misses those dizzying highs, but then I remember the abysmal lows, and I\u2019m mostly OK with having grown out of it (mostly). That intense emotion and enthusiasm is what I want to encourage and teach teens to direct into something they can use.

Whether that something is art, science or community service, this is one of the best times in their lives to develop a skill. I want to encourage them in the things they love in hope that it will give them strength to carry through those abysmal lows. I want them to know that they matter, and to realize that they are the future. Someday the world will be theirs, and I want them to be ready.

Children need the approval of their parents, but teens want to break away from their parents and establish their own identity. As a teenager, I had teachers who helped point me towards my path, and I hope I can be a similar adult mentor for some of the teens I work with.

Above all, I want teens to learn how to learn. I want them to be able to distinguish fact from hearsay, news from memes, and opportunities from scams. Reading is one way to learn, and research shows that reading abilities improve regardless of the reading material. The more widely you read, the more you learn.

Learning by doing is another way. I try to provide opportunities for that too, using games to teach critical thinking, and crafts that teach analog skills and encourage creativity.

Since moving to the Dusenberry-River Library last year, I\u2019ve been adjusting to the different kinds of teenagers who hang out here and trying to provide them with intellectually stimulating activities that follow the Connected Learning philosophy of Hang Out, Mess Around, Geek Out, or HOMAGO (We love acronyms in library land).

This philosophy emphasizes social learning, and it encourages teens to try new things in a supportive, low-consequence environment and teach each others what they\u2019ve learned. Over the summer I\u2019ll be offering art classes, 99-cent-store hacks, crafting, and 21st-century tech workshops that offer hands-on learning experiences without the fear of being graded or tested.

They can just have fun, try new things, make mistakes, and try again. Making mistakes is an important part of the learning process, and as author Neil Gaiman says, \u201cIf you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing your world.\u201d

Who doesn\u2019t want to change the world? I\u2019m trying to change my little part of it. I want the library to be a safe place for people, especially teenagers, to learn and explore. Personally, I want to learn about everything and I love helping other people do the same. That\u2019s why I work at the library.

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Q: My wife and I recently took an 11-day Southeast Asia cruise onboard the Norwegian Star departing from Singapore. Shortly before our vacation, we were advised that the cruise itinerary had changed because of a technical issue with the ship. This was an extreme disappointment, since we had made plans for my wife\u2019s 50th birthday in Thailand as the main part of our vacation.

Since our new itinerary allowed us an extra two days in Singapore, we planned our time carefully. We made arrangements for activities on the days that had been added to our itinerary and confirmed to us by Norwegian. We also changed extra currency to Singapore dollars on the evening before embarking on the ship in order to cover the cost of our extra time in Singapore.

When we embarked, we were informed that there was another change to our itinerary and that we would not be spending the extra time in Singapore as previously advised by Norwegian. Instead, we were setting sail on that day. This was a complete surprise to us, although other passengers had been informed of this change in itinerary.

Norwegian had offered a 20 percent refund on the cruise before boarding because of problems it was experiencing before we even set off. We rejected this, as it was not acceptable or appropriate. After the cruise, we were offered a full refund for the cruise only, not including hotel and flights, to be taken as a voucher for a future cruise with Norwegian plus a $1,000 credit that could have been taken as either cash or onboard credit. We accepted this in writing.

Norwegian subsequently retracted this offer, after acceptance, returning to a standard 20 percent, cruise-only refund.

I have tried contacting Norwegian, but nobody is returning my emails or assisting in any way. This has been going on since December 2016. I do not understand how Norwegian can retract its offer. Can you help? \u2014 Ross Horrocks, Denholm, Scotland

A: I\u2019m sorry to hear about your schedule changes. It\u2019s a little-known fact that when you\u2019re rerouted, the cruise line owes you virtually nothing. You may get a refund for the port tax, but that\u2019s about it.

Don\u2019t believe me? Check out Norwegian Cruise Line\u2019s Guest Ticket Contract: www.ncl.com/sites/default/files/Guest-Ticket-Contract-11-2015.pdf

That\u2019s the agreement between you and the cruise line. Scroll down to Section 6 for the details. Told you!

In your case, Norwegian offered a vague reason for the change, noting that \u201cthere are malfunctions that affect the vessel\u2019s speed and, therefore, our ability to deliver the itinerary as scheduled.\u201d It probably shouldn\u2019t have said anything; it didn\u2019t have to.

But this isn\u2019t really a case about ticket contracts. No, this is about Norwegian extending an offer and rescinding it \u2014 and I can\u2019t think of a good reason for that. If a business offers you something and you accept it in writing, it\u2019s case closed.

You could have appealed to a Norwegian executive. I list their names, numbers and email addresses on my consumer-advocacy site: elliott.org/company-contacts/norwegian-cruise-line-ncl.

When I checked with you, I learned that you already had, but to no avail. I contacted Norwegian on your behalf, and it agreed to honor its offer.

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A multisensory blockbuster of a show at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York invites visitors to explore Jazz Age design in all its glittering, decadent and innovative glory.

Edgy furniture and tableware; textiles and wallpapers in rich oranges and teals; odes to the New York skyscraper \u2014 there\u2019s nothing quietly \u201cdecorative\u201d in \u201cThe Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s,\u201d which is on view in New York through Aug. 20 and then opens at the Cleveland Museum of Art on Sept. 30. It runs there through Jan. 14, 2018.

Visitors should check preconceptions about \u201cArt Deco\u201d at the door. That popular term for 1920s style was coined well after the era ended, says Sarah Coffin, a curator at the Cooper Hewitt, who co-curated the exhibit with Stephen Harrison, a curator at the Cleveland Museum of Art. It was co-organized by both museums.

The pivotal era that linked a more traditionalist aesthetic before it to the Bauhaus and midcentury modern eras that came later was more aptly known in its own time as the Jazz Age.

Through over 400 works, many of them from private collections and never before displayed in public, this show reveals why.

\u201cExploring the significant impact of European influences, the explosive growth of American cities, avant-garde artistic movements, new social mores and the role of technology, \u2018The Jazz Age\u2019 seeks to define the American spirit of the period,\u201d says Cooper Hewitt Director Caroline Baumann.

The show begins quietly with a relatively staid section on the \u201cPersistence of Traditional Good Taste,\u201d focusing on the American colonial and Federalist designs in furniture and tableware (and a monumental tapestry woven by New Jersey\u2019s Edgewater Tapestry Looms) that were favored by traditionalists of the early 1920s. This was a period when early American design found new respect with the opening of the American Wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the rise of interior design, led by pioneering women like Dorothy Draper and Nancy McClelland, who helped introduce new contexts for old wallpapers and fabrics.

This section, visible from many of the other galleries, then serves as a point of reference as the decade then lurches from traditionalist to decidedly forward-looking.

\u201cA New Look\u201d reveals furniture and other design pieces of the early 1920s with a more modern sense of style. Works by cutting-edge French designers Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann, Edgar Brandt and Andre Mare reveal 18th century styles, particularly in furniture, revisited with a luxurious, sleek and modern sensibility. The pieces are paired with ceramics, textiles and wall coverings in bold, bright flora and fauna patterns, particularly in brash teals and oranges.

\u201cColor is a big part of the picture,\u201d explains Coffin.

Around the corner, \u201cBending the Rules\u201d underlines the revolutionary social context behind increasingly innovative Jazz Age style. Women had earned the right to vote and many cast aside old social customs. Despite Prohibition, an array of glamorous cocktail shakers and glasses reveals rules being, very stylishly, bent.

\u201cThere\u2019s a lot more flash suddenly, and a movement away from subdued decorum,\u201d Coffin explains.

\u201cA Smaller World\u201d reveals the huge impact of the 1925 International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts, in Paris. Many influential American designers flocked to see the new designs there after World War l. A selection of 400 objects from the exposition were sent on a tour of American museums in 1926, and U.S. department stores held their own exhibits of imported modern design.

The new aesthetics, coupled with a fascination with industrial design and the powerful symbolism of American skyscrapers, led to skyscraper-inspired wall coverings and bookshelves, desks and even tableware.

The exhibit reveals movement in the late 1920s toward more abstract designs, particularly in architecture, which discovered open-plan interiors. This theme is explored through a gallery devoted to \u201cAbstraction and Reinvention,\u201d highlighting the impact of art movements like Cubism on architecture, furniture and other home goods.

Finally, in \u201cToward a Machine Age,\u201d we are brought to the end of the \u201820s, when machines inspired much of American taste, including the arrival of bent chrome furniture, combining sleek modern forms with mass production.

The show ends in the early 1930s with numerous iterations of Charles Lindbergh\u2019s trans-Atlantic flight told in furniture upholstery, wallpaper and tableware. But the glitzy cocktail party seems to be over, with bold teals giving way to muted shades of sage, and now-mass-produced innovations made in cheaper iterations with the start of the Great Depression.

The show is accompanied by a hefty book by Coffin and Harrison on the exhibit, including over 500 illustrations: \u201cThe Jazz Age: American Style in the 1920s\u201d (Yale University Press for the Cleveland Museum of Art).

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NEW YORK (AP) \u2014 Erin Moran, the former child star who played Joanie Cunningham in the sitcoms \"Happy Days\" and \"Joanie Loves Chachi,\" has died. She was 56.

Moran was found dead Saturday by emergency responders after a dispatcher for the Harrison County, Indiana, sheriff's department received a 911 call, the department said. The cause of death has not been determined. An autopsy is pending.

A Burbank, California, native, Moran began acting in TV and movies before she was 10 years old. She had several years of experience when she was cast in 1974 in \"Happy Days\" as Joanie Cunningham, the kid sister to high school student Richie Cunningham, played by Ron Howard, who went on to become a successful filmmaker.

Her more recent credits included \"The Love Boat\" and \"Murder, She Wrote,\" but she never approached the success of \"Happy Days\" and was more often in the news for her numerous personal and financial struggles and was reportedly homeless at times.

\"Such sad sad news. RIP Erin,\" Howard tweeted Saturday. \"I'll always choose to remember you on our show making scenes better, getting laughs and lighting up TV screens.\"

Other \"Happy Days\" cast members included Tom Bosley and Marion Ross as Joanie's parents and Henry Winkler as the loveable tough guy Arthur \"The Fonz\" Fonzarelli.

\"What happened with all of us was like we were this family,\" Moran told Xfinity in 2009. \"It was so surreal with all the cast members. ... They were my family, get it?\"

Debuting at a time of nostalgia for the seemingly innocent 1950s, the sitcom was set in Milwaukee and became a long-running hit. Howard and Winkler were the show's biggest stars, but the smiling, freckle-faced Moran also became popular.

In 1982, she was paired off with fellow \"Happy Days\" performer Scott Baio in the short-lived \"Joanie Loves Chachi.\" Moran returned to \"Happy Days\" in 1984, the show's final season.

\"I would love to do a feature (film), I'd love to do a play,\" she told CNN in 1981 when asked what she'd like to do after \"Happy Days.\"

In 2011, she and Ross and former \"Happy Days\" actors Anson Williams and Donnie Most sued CBS, saying they were owed money for merchandising related to the show. The lawsuit was settled the following year.

Moran told Xfinity that she had been working on a memoir, called \"Happy Days, Depressing Nights.\"

\"OH Erin... now you will finally have the peace you wanted so badly here on earth,\" Winkler tweeted Saturday. \"Rest In It serenely now.. too soon.\"

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NEW YORK (AP) \u2014 Sandy Gallin, an agent and talent manager who guided the careers of such luminaries as Barbra Streisand, Dolly Parton, Cher and Nicole Kidman, as well as being a TV, movie and Broadway producer, has died in Los Angeles. He was 76.

Gallin died Friday after a long battle with multiple myeloma, according to close friend Bruce Bozzi. \"We lost a shining light this morning,\" Bozzi wrote on Instagram in tribute.

Other Gallin clients included Neil Diamond, Joan Rivers, Mariah Carey, Whoopi Goldberg, Renee Zellweger, Lily Tomlin, Martin Lawrence, Paul Lynde and Howie Mandell.

He helped produce such films as 1991's \"Father of the Bride\" and 1994's \"I.Q\" starring Tim Robbins, as well as the TV shows \"Buffy the Vampire Slayer\" and \"Angel.\" He earned a Primetime Emmy Award in 1980 for producing \"The Miracle Worker,\" starring Melissa Gilbert.

He also managed Michael Jackson after the pop star was accused of molestation and guided Milli Vanilli when the performers were stripped of their Grammy Award after it was discovered they had not sung on their hit album.

On Broadway, Gallin produced the 2002 Tony Award-nominated revival of \"Man of La Mancha,\" starring Brian Stokes Mitchell and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, and a revival of \"Hedda Gabler\" with Kate Burton.

Gallin was raised in New York City and was a graduate of Boston University. He broke into the agency business in the traditional manner, starting in the mail room of the G.A.C. agency. He took typing and shorthand in night school, became a secretary, then an agent.

\"I booked the Sullivan show for seven years,\" he told The Associated Press in 1983. \"I saw how Ed operated, how he gave talent the best possible exposure. It was a brilliant operation.\"

Gallin continued up the agency ladder, later joined with Raymond Katz in the powerhouse Katz-Gallin agency. He appeared in front of cameras in the mid-1980s as host for \"Live ... and In Person,\" NBC's hourlong extravaganzas. In later life, he sold houses and did luxury renovations.

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Amy Schumer developed chronic bronchitis while shooting 'Snatched'.

The 35-year-old actress was hospitalised with the potentially-dangerous lung infection while filming for the forthcoming comedy with Goldie Hawn and has admitted, although she had to jump straight back onto set after she was discharged, she thoroughly enjoyed her time - despite being covered in chicken poop - with the blonde beauty.

Speaking to Empire magazine, she said: \"At one point during the shoot, I was hospitalised for chronic bronchitis, and as soon as I was discharged we were doing night shoots from around 6pm until 6am. I'd find myself on the back of a truck full of pooping chickens and think: 'Is this the glamorous dream?' But Goldie and I laughed really hard every day. It's a real proper action movie. It's crazy.\"

The blonde beauty portrays Emily Middleton in the forthcoming blockbuster, which will drop in cinemas at the beginning of next month, alongside Goldie's Linda Middleton and has admitted, although the plot was simple, she was concerned she'd offend.

She explained: \"The plot is simple: I was supposed to go on vacation to South America with my boyfriend and, after he breaks up with me, I cannot get anyone else in the world to go with me. I beg my mum to go and she's afraid of everything and then the kidnap happens. I'm aware that it's such a sensitive time with other cultures and I don't want people to think I'm stereotyping South Americans, saying they're all kidnappers. It's more about highlighting my ignorance, as as ugly American who goes somewhere without speaking the language at all. It's ultimately making fun of American entitlement.\"

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Vin Diesel was given a \"secret script\" for 'Guardians of the Galaxy'.

The 49-year-old actor admits it was a \"challenge\" to voice Groot - who had a vocabulary of just three words - but he was given a lot of pointers in how to express the emotion the tree-like alien was trying to say.

He said: \"Groot is \u00adalways challenging to play. As an audience what you hear is, 'I am Groot', but he is expressing himself and you have to try and convey what he intends to say and his emotions in those three words.

\"I actually had a secret script where I was told what Groot was trying to say. That made him a lot of fun to voice.\"

And Vin was also proud to say his line in 16 different languages for the various international versions of the film.

He told the Daily Star on Sunday newspaper: \"Korean was interesting.

\"It was cool though because in some countries people have only heard my characters with voice actors. It was good to know people would finally hear me.\"

Though Groot sacrificed himself at the end of the 2014 movie, Vin is back again in 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' voicing Baby Groot, and thinks the two characters are very different.

He said: \"Groot in the first movie was a college-level Groot. He might have had some growing up to do, but essentially he had the mind of a man.

\"After he sacrificed himself he has to start again. Baby Groot is na\u00efve. He has to learn everything again.\"

But the actor is hoping to return as Groot in 'Avengers: Infinity Wars' next year.

He said: \"I've never hidden my excitement at Groot and The Hulk \u00adgoing toe-to-toe in The Marvel Universe.

\"Obviously not Baby Groot. I talked to The Russo Brothers about that - so that might be something for fans to look out for!\"

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NEW YORK (AP) \u2014 The premiere of a virtual reality short by Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow was already a high-profile event at the Tribeca Film Festival on Saturday night. And then Hillary Clinton walked onstage.

Clinton was an unannounced panelist, there to discuss the scourge of elephant poaching \u2014 the subject of Bigelow's eight-minute film \"The Protectors: Walk in the Rangers' Shoes,\" about park rangers trying to save elephants in Garamba National Park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

She spoke about her work to save elephants from poachers slaughtering them for their ivory tusks, both as secretary of state in the Obama administration, and later with her family foundation, the Clinton Global Initiative.

\"We've got to bust this market so it can't come back,\" she said of the illegal ivory market.

Before Clinton and the three other panelists were interviewed by Bigelow, the audience donned virtual reality headsets at their seats and experienced \u2014 in 360 degrees \u2014 what it's like to be one of the 200 rangers fighting well-armed poachers in the park the size of Delaware. The film gives the viewer both the experience of being in the grass and searching for poachers, and up in the air looking down. A wrenching scene shows the rangers arriving at the carcass of a slaughtered elephant.

\"I realized that there was an intersection between poaching and terrorism, which led me to this project,\" Bigelow said. The director of \"The Hurt Locker\" and \"Zero Dark Thirty\" directed the short along with Imraan Ismail, a virtual-reality veteran, who also was on Saturday's panel. \"They're outmanned and outgunned and they're putting themselves in the line of fire,\" Ismail said of the rangers.

Clinton told the audience that she first became focused on what she called \"the horrific slaughter of elephants\" when she was secretary of state.

\"It became clear to everyone that this was not just a terrible crisis when it came to the elephant population, it was a trade, a trafficking that was funding a lot of bad folks, a lot of bad actors,\" she said. \"It was being used to take ivory and sell it in order to buy more weapons, and support the kind of terroristic activity that these and other groups were engaged in.\"

Clinton noted that while China was the biggest market for illegal ivory, the United States was the second-biggest. \"So China is going to be a key player but we are, too,\" she said.

The former Democratic presidential candidate noted that Saturday was Earth Day, \"and we are marching on behalf of science,\" referring to marches throughout the U.S. on Saturday.

\"And part of science is understanding the intricate relationships that we share with all those on this planet and particularly large mammals like elephants, who have a role to play both in reality and in our imaginations,\" she said.

Clinton told Bigelow that her virtual reality film was \"so critical, because it is a portal \u2014 a portal that people can go into and think about, 'Here we are in New York, what can I do?' And there is a lot that can be done \u2014 stop the killing, stop the trafficking, and stop the demand. And part of that is protecting these rangers, who are up against some of the most ruthless killers anywhere on the planet right now, and doing the very best they can.\"

The Tribeca appearance was one of a series Clinton has made lately in New York, including turning up at several Broadway shows, speaking at a recent women's conference, and accepting an award this week from an LGBT community group. Audiences have greeted her with loud cheers and ovations, as they did on Saturday night.

National Geographic will release Bigelow's short on May 1 on the virtual reality app Within, and on YouTube and Facebook360 the following week. The film is a co-production of the virtual reality company Here Be Dragons and the film production company Annapurna Pictures.

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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is wanted for a 'Fast and Furious' spin-off.

The 44-year-old actor has been a fan favourite since his character Luke Hobbs joined the franchise in 'Fast Five', and Universal Pictures are now hoping to make a movie about him, which would also feature Jason Statham's Decker Shaw and series newcomer Charlize Theron's Cipher, who made her debut in the new 'Fate of the Furious' film.

According to Variety, Chris Morgan will remain attached to his characters and will pen the script, though the idea is still in preliminary stages and nothing has been written as yet.

The three cast members have also not signed any contracts for the project.

The spin-off has reportedly been in the work since as far back as 'Fast Five' because of Luke's instant popularity, though there were no plans on how to move it forward until Jason joined the franchise for the seventh installment and had instant chemistry with Dwayne.

And Charlize is a late addition to the mooted project, with bosses having seen how well her character has been received.

The spin-off is expected to revolve around Luke and Decker teaming up to go after Cipher.

The news comes after it was recently reported Dwayne is expected to appear in the ninth 'Fast and Furious' film, despite claims he and his co-star Vin Diesel, who portrays Dominic Torreto in the films, clashed on set.

Both both stars are believed to be \"1000 per cent\" up for a follow-up in the future.

Last year, Dwayne slammed his \"male co-stars\" on the franchise for not acting like \"true professionals\", and it is believed the post was directed to 49-year-old Vin.

His Instagram comment read: \"This is my final week of shooting #FastAndFurious8. There's no other franchise that gets my blood boiling more than this one. An incredible hard working crew. UNIVERSAL has been great partners as well. My female co-stars are always amazing and I love 'em.

\"My male co-stars however are a different story. Some conduct themselves as stand up men and true professionals, while others don't. The ones that don't are too chicken s**t to do anything about it anyway. Candy asses. When you watch this movie next April and it seems like I'm not acting in some of these scenes and my blood is legit boiling - you're right. (sic).\"

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Pete Townshend \"doesn't care\" about the upcoming 'Quadrophenia' sequel.

The Who rocker, whose band's rock opera inspired the original cult 1979 movie, insists he isn't interested in the planned movie but the project is quite frustrating as he always wanted the fate of lead character Jimmy - who was played by Phil Daniels in the film - to be ambiguous and open to interpretation.

Asked about the sequel, he told BANG Showbiz: I haven't really got much interest in it at any level at all.

\"When I wrote the album it was very important that you should not know or I should not tell you what happens to Jimmy at the end. That should be your decision.

\"If someone wants to make a sequel I don't care but there are quite a few people who do care, but it's not me.\"

Pete's bandmate, Roger Daltrey, previously slammed the project - which will feature returning cast members including Leslie Ash, Gary Shail,Toyah Wilcox, Mark Wingett, Trevor Laird and Phil - as \"irrelevant\".

He said: \"It's irrelevant, it's f***ing irrelevant. It's got no meaning at all.

\"'Quadrophenia' was a moment in time. That's the whole idea of it. I find all of the other things done to 'Quadrophenia' apart from the original album and when The Who played it on stage to be a no no.

\"They just don't mean anything, what's the point?

\"The film captured the moment in time. They've taken the rock out of 'Quadrophenia' and made some complete nonsense from it.

\"That moment in time is gone. It doesn't matter what those characters are doing now. It was about what we all went through at that age.\"

'Quadrophenia' centred on the rivalry between gangs of mods and rockers in 60s England.

The new movie will be based on Peter Meadow's book 'To Be Someone' which was inspired by the original film.

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ASBURY PARK, N.J. (AP) \u2014 Bruce Springsteen took part in a two-hour jam session during a surprise appearance at a film festival in his home state of New Jersey.

Longtime E Street Band member Steven Van Zandt and veteran Jersey shore rocker Southside Johnny were among those who played with Springsteen at the Asbury Park Music and Film Festival on Friday. Also taking part were some former E Street Band members and the Lakehouse Jr. Pros, a band featuring child musicians.

The concert followed the premiere of a documentary film chronicling the history of the Asbury Park music scene. The show featured several rock and R&B staples including Chuck Berry's \"Bye, Bye Johnny.\" Jimi Hendrix' \"Voodoo Child\" and Little Richard's \"Lucille.\"

Springsteen said it was \"great\" to see the \"old guys still cranking it out.\"

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CORYDON, Ind. (AP) \u2014 'Happy Days' actress Erin Moran, 56, found dead in southern Indiana after authorities respond to 911 call.

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NEW YORK (AP) \u2014 Sparkly, exquisite diamonds were the draw but Reese Witherspoon's thoughts were with something much larger \u2014 elephants.

The Oscar-winning \"Big Little Lies\" star attended a party in New York on Friday night to celebrate Tiffany and Co. and said she backed the jewelry company's commitment to stop global trafficking and demand for elephant ivory.

\"I've had the great opportunity to work with elephants in my career, and spend a lot of time in Africa with elephants. I love that they are doing so much for conservation, and helping save the elephants,\" said Witherspoon.

Between 20,000 and 30,000 elephants are killed every year for their tusks. Last year, Tiffany & Co. partnered with the Elephant Crisis Fund to raise money to fight for the elephants.

\"They provide a lot of information about what they're doing to ethically source diamonds, gold, and silver, so it's a very responsible brand; not only beautiful, but very responsible,\" Witherspoon said.

Fresh from a film shoot in South Africa, Dominic West also cheered the impact that the Elephant Crisis Fund has made on the poaching of elephant tusks. He just wished it would also apply to rhinoceroses. Poachers are also killing them for their horns. \"Oh, they're killing thousands every year in South Africa. It's just appalling,\" he said.

Also attending the Tiffany event were Jennifer Hudson, Claire Danes, Haley Bennett and Ruth Negga.

As for \"Big Little Lies,\" the HBO miniseries starring Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman that had its season finale earlier this month, Witherspoon said she was hopeful a second season would happen.

\"We love playing these characters, and we loved being together with this great, extraordinary group of people, so hopefully it will happen. Fingers crossed,\" Witherspoon said.

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) \u2014 University of Michigan's School of Music, Theatre & Dance has received a $5 million gift from two prolific philanthropists.

The Ann Arbor school announced this week the money for scholarships comes from William and Delores Brehm in honor of former dean Christopher Kendall. The Brehms have given millions to the performing arts school since 2011.

The university says the donation pushes the school beyond its multi-year fundraising campaign goal of $90 million.

William Brehm received bachelor's and master's degrees from the university.

Overall, officials say the Brehms have donated roughly $70 million to the university for various programs and projects.

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