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- Generation Game to be brought back with Mel and Sue July 23, 2017The former Great British Bake Off presenters will host a four-episode run of the classic game show.
- Marvel: Everything it unleashed at Comic-Con July 23, 2017Thor, Black Panther, Captain Marvel and Ant-Man sent fans into meltdown.
- Ben Affleck denies Batman exit rumours July 23, 2017The star says he's not quitting because it's "the coolest part in any universe".
- Marian Hill: 'An Apple advert kick-started our career' July 22, 2017How Marian Hill went from cult artists to mainstream success, after Apple chose their song for an ad.
- Blade Runner 2049: Harrison Ford responds to Deckard replicant mystery July 22, 2017Is Deckard human or a replicant? The star gives an answer.
- John Heard: Home Alone actor dies aged 71 July 22, 2017John Heard, who played the father in the Home Alone films, has died aged 71.
- Van Dyke apology: Were there worse UK accents on film? July 22, 2017Dick Van Dyke said sorry for his "atrocious" British accent in Mary Poppins, but has there been worse?
- Michael Jackson's pet Bubbles sells artwork July 22, 2017A gallery is selling works by Bubbles and other primates to raise money for Florida's Centre for Great Apes.
- The Secret Garden Party closes its doors after 15 years July 22, 2017The Secret Garden Party, held in Abbots Ripton close to Huntingdon, will finish after 15 years.
- Comic-Con day two recap July 22, 2017A round-up of the film and TV events that made headlines in San Diego.
- Linkin Park cancel North American tour after Chester Bennington death July 22, 2017The tour has been cancelled following the death of singer Chester Bennington on Thursday.
- Comic-Con: Which fans are 'crazier' - Star Wars or Game of Thrones? July 22, 2017That was the question Gwendoline Christie, who appears in both franchises, was asked at Comic-Con.
- Does reality TV still pack a punch? July 22, 2017The format has been around for more than 20 years.
- Are there more women in leading TV roles? July 21, 2017BBC Reality Check investigates whether gender balance has changed in popular TV dramas in recent years.
- How Comic-Con became a multi-million dollar industry July 21, 2017How Comic-Con has become an annual festival of costumes and comic books - and a multi-million dollar industry.
- What can modern girls learn from Disney princesses? July 21, 2017England's women's footballers are calling for girls to recognise the strong traits in the characters.
- Entertainment news round-up: 15-21 July July 21, 2017A look back at some of the top entertainment stories over the past seven days.
- Britain’s Got Talent winner Pudsey the dog dies July 21, 2017He was the first dog to win the show, alongside owner Ashleigh Butler, in 2012.
- 7 things we learned from The Walking Dead season 8 trailer July 21, 2017We break down the five-minute first look of the eighth series, complete with zombies, explosions and surprise ending.
- What actually happened at Dunkirk? July 21, 2017The new Dunkirk movie has had rave reviews, but what is it all about?
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- July 23, 2017, 1:00 p.m. - The Bed Sitting Room (1969)Special Exhibition Programs The Bed Sitting Room 1969. Great Britain. Richard Lester. 90 min. In the Film exhibition Future Imperfect: The Uncanny in Science Fiction
- July 23, 2017, 3:15 p.m. - Strange Days (1995)Special Exhibition Programs Strange Days 1995. USA. Kathryn Bigelow. 145 min. In the Film exhibition Future Imperfect: The Uncanny in Science Fiction
- July 23, 2017, 6:30 p.m. - World on a Wire (1973)Special Exhibition Programs Welt am Draht (World on a Wire)1973. West Germany. Rainer Werner Fassbinder. 212 min. In the Film exhibition Future Imperfect: The Uncanny in Science Fiction
- This Bridge Transforms Data on Weather, Traffic and Twitter Rants into a Beautiful Light Display July 20, 2017The Jacques Cartier Bridge in Montreal lights up the skyline with the mood of the city
- How Sunbathing Became a National Craze in the 1930s July 20, 2017Tanning was big business in the 1930s, as people sought to recreate the sun-kissed California beach look
- The True Story of Dunkirk, As Told Through the Heroism of the “Medway Queen” July 19, 2017Retrofitted by the British Navy, the paddleboat saved 7,000 men over many dangerous trips across the Channel
- When New York City Rioted Over Hamlet Being Too British July 19, 2017In the deadly Astor Place Riot, how to perform Shakespeare served as a proxy for class warfare
- Conservation of a Pair of Saint-Gaudens Goes al Fresco at the Freer July 18, 2017The beauty of dry ice cleaning is the efficient and environmentally safe process; but also the procedure was on view from the street
- These Otherworldly "Earthships" Offer Visitors Unusual, Off-the-Grid Accommodations July 12, 2017Spend the night in an art house built from garbage
- Ai Weiwei Depicts the Brutality of Authoritarianism in an Unusual Medium–Legos July 12, 2017The renowned Chinese Artist finally gets to see his work about political prisoners at the Hirshhorn
- Take a Stroll Through Jane Austen's England With This Interactive Map July 12, 2017A look at the houses and towns that shaped the life and writing of the famed author on the 200th anniversary of her death
- How Barack Obama Became the First President to Brew Beer at the White House July 12, 2017The former president and his staff crafted ales featuring honey from the White House garden
- The Timelessness of Millennial-Bashing July 11, 2017Even in the 14th century, writers blamed younger generations for ruining everything
- See Canada Through Fresh Eyes on a First Nations Tour July 10, 2017The mountains, forests and waters of British Columbia are given new meaning on a journey led by members of its indigenous communities
- Esperanza Spalding: Jazz Musician, Grammy Award Winner and Now Museum Curator July 10, 2017The title of her latest album "D + Evolution" is also the theme of a new exhibition at the Smithsonian's Cooper Hewitt
- How Spam Went from Canned Necessity to American Icon July 5, 2017Out-of-the-can branding helped transform World War II's rations into a beloved household staple
- The Hirshhorn Transforms Into a One-Day Soundscape July 3, 2017For one day, the museum will add an interactive soundscape to the works of visual art on display
- Step Right Up to the Big Top Circus Tent at the 50th Annual Folklife Festival June 30, 2017The day the circus rolled into Washington, D.C., and other tales from the Smithsonian’s hot summer party on the National Mall
- Stik's 7-storey mural celebrates generations of migrants
- Is this the future of VR and AR?
- Interview: Camille Walala on her giant 3D installation inspired by childhood funfair visits
- Samsungs new TV looks like a framed artwork
- Game of Thrones GIFs: looking forward to Season 7
- Bringing the Natural History Museums blue whale to life as it moves to replace Dippy
- Camera maker Red announces 3D smartphone
- 10 Best Amazon Prime Day Deals for Designers and Artists
- Best of the Grad Shows 2017: Winchester School of Art
- Wacom's next Cintiq will have a huge 32-inch screen
- A giant inflatable Kanye West head to appear at this years Bestival
- Illustrator Ben Newmans Professor Astro Cat is back in a new childrens app about space
- Nick Ervincks 3D printed, slick design for the Goodwood trophy
- Creativity – not technology – is what matters, says industry legend Sir John Hegarty
- Helen Friel, Ross Symons and other paper artists incredible designs for Google
- Corel Painter 2018 launched, adding tools for thick paint
- Pride London posters by UK artists withdrawn after causing offence
- Nexus Studios absolutely gorgeous animation about how you nurture your ideas
- Stunning new film posters by Hattie Stewart, Joe Cruz & more
- See the work of famous artists playing with toys
- ‘Tomorrows: Urban fictions for possible futures’ at Onassis Cultural Centre, Athens
- Small and Heavy Spheres Turn: Christian Marclay Plays a Calder Mobile at the Whitney Museum
- Betrayal and Vengeance: Clark Filio Shows Fantasy-Inspired Paintings at Kimberly-Klark
- From the Archives: Frank Bowling on Why It’s Not Enough to Say ‘Black Is Beautiful,’ in 1971
- Morning Links: Beheaded Nicole Eisenman Sculpture Edition
- ‘Subjektiv’ at Malmö Konsthall, Malmö, Sweden
- Wild Things: Carol Rama’s New Museum Survey Is a Disarming Wonder
- Artist List Revealed for First Front International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art
- Rising Up Down Under: Sydney Neighborhood Stakes Claim as Australia’s Answer to Chelsea
- Morning Links: Purloined Lygia Pape Edition
- Patricia Cronin at the LAB Gallery, Dublin
- Tang Museum Receives $160,000 in Grants from Terra Foundation, Warhol Foundation
- First-Ever New York City Cultural Plan Calls for Funding Institutions in Underserved Communities, Accessibility, Environmental Improvements
- McDermott & McGough to Open Temple Dedicated to Oscar Wilde in New York’s Church of the Village
- Lyles & King Now Represents Erica Mahinay
- Morning Links: Monochrome Edition
- Devin N. Morris at AC Institute, New York
- At Parrish Gala, Agnes Gund Talks $165 M. Lichtenstein Sale, Jeff Koons Leads Tour
- New York’s Off Vendome Gallery Will Close
- Cauleen Smith, Martine Syms Join CalArts Staff