On Jan. 21, Haewadal Entertainment confirmed that client, actor Jun Tae-soo has died at 33, but did not disclose the cause of death.
“Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” topped the North American and international box offices over the weekend of Jan. 21 for its third consecutive No. 1 finish.
In a Jan. 16 blog post, YouTube announced it has changed the threshold for YouTube creators to join its YouTube Partner Program and announced a new human-verified procedure for videos on Google Preferred.
During a Jan. 18 interview for “CBS This Morning”, Dylan Farrow claimed that her father Woody Allen sexually assaulted her as a seven-year-old child.
Coldplay’s recently-wrapped world tour pulled in $523 million, placing it at No. 3 on Billboard’s list of the top-grossing tours in music history; Guns N’ Roses’ ongoing tour checks in at No. 4, having grossed $475 million (and counting).
A report published by the Hollywood Reporter on Jan. 17 says Endeavor Content bought the television rights and will have writer Michael Wolff as the show’s executive producer.
Two male suspects broke into SN Books in Norfolk overnight on Jan. 8 and stole a rare first edition of Harry Potter worth about £40,000.
Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West welcomed the birth of their third child on Jan. 16. She was born via surrogate.
Lebanon has banned Steven Spielberg’s latest movie “The Post” reportedly because of the director’s place on an Israel boycott blacklist.
Dolores O’Riordan, lead vocalist of The Cranberries, died while in London for a recording session, her representative said.