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    iBook charts for week ending November 19, 2017 (Rank, Book Title by Author Name, ISBN, Publisher ): iBooks US Bestseller List - Paid Books 1. The Midnight Line by Lee Child - 9780399593499 - (Random House Publishing Group) 2. End Game by David Baldacci - 9781455586639 - (Grand Central Publishing) 3. Rules of Civility by Amor Towles - 9781101517062 - (Penguin Publishing Group) 4. The Rooster Bar by John Grisham - 9780385541183 - (Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group) 5. Oathbringer by Brandon Sanderson - 9780765399830 - (Tom Doherty Associates) 6. Origin by Dan Brown - 9780385542692 - (Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group) 7. Wonder by R. J. Palacio - 9780375899881 - (Random House Children's Books) 8. Hardcore Twenty-Four by Janet Evanovich - 9780399179204 - (Penguin Publishing Group) 9. Two Kinds of Truth by Michael Connelly - 9780316225915 - (Little, Brown and Company) 10.Sweet Little Memories by Abbi Glines - No ISBN Available - (Abbi Glines Publishing) (copyright) 2017 Apple Inc. ____
  • A curator at the Dallas Museum of Art has resigned, saying he was aware of allegations against him regarding 'inappropriate behavior.'Gavin Delahunty had been the museum's senior curator of contemporary art since 2014. He issued a statement Saturday announcing his immediate resignation.He didn't elaborate on the alleged behavior that prompted his departure and said he didn't want the allegations to be a distraction to the museum. But he offered his 'deepest apologies to those who have been affected by my behavior.'The museum said it couldn't disclose information regarding personnel matters.Delahunty came to Dallas from Tate Liverpool in England, where he was head of exhibitions and displays. While in Dallas, Delahunty curated a noted exhibit of works by Jackson Pollock.
  • App Store Official Charts for the week ending Nov. 19, 2017: Top Paid iPhone Apps: 1. Heads Up!, Warner Bros. 2. Minecraft, Mojang 3. kirakira+, Kentaro Yama 4. Plague Inc.,Ndemic Creations 5. Bloons TD 5, Ninja Kiwi 6. NBA 2K18, 2K 7. iSchedule, HotSchedules 8. . Facetune, Lightricks Ltd. 9. Tiny Wings, Andreas Illiger 10. Geometry Dash,RobTop Games AB Top Free iPhone Apps: 1. YouTube: Watch, Listen, Stream, Google, Inc. 2. Snapchat,Snap, Inc. 3.. Dune!, Voodoo 4. Messenger,Facebook, Inc. 5 Instagram,Instagram, Inc. 6. Facebook, Facebook, Inc. 7. Rules of Survival, NetEase Games 8. Bitmoji, Bitstrips 9. Google Maps - GPS Navigation,Google, Inc. 10. Gmail - Email by Google,Google, Inc. Top Paid iPad Apps: 1. Minecraft, Mojang 2. Minds On Physics the App - Part 1,Physics Classroom, LLC 3. Procreate, Savage Interactive Pty Ltd 4. Geometry Dash, RobTop Games AB 5.The EscapistsTeam17 Software Ltd. 6. XtraMath,XtraMath 7. Notability,Ginger Labs 8. Bloons TD 5 HD, Ninja Kiwi 9. Toca Life: Office,Toca Boca AB 10. The Game of Life,Marmalade Game Studio Top Free iPad Apps: 1. YouTube: Watch, Listen, Stream, Google, Inc. 2. Netflix, Netflix, Inc 3. Kick the Buddy,Chill Fleet 4. slither.io,Steve Howse 5. Messenger,Facebook, Inc. 6.Rules of Survival, NetEase Games. 7. Shadow Fight 3,Nekki Limited 8. Sandbox Coloring, Alexey Grigorkin 9. Facebook,Facebook, Inc. 10. Google Chrome, Google, Inc. __ (copyright) 2017 Apple Inc.
  • iTunes Movies U.S. charts for week ending November 19, 2017: iTunes Movies US Charts: 1. Atomic Blonde 2. Wind River (2017) 3. Spider-Man: Homecoming 4. Logan Lucky 5. Wonder Woman (2017) 6. Cars 3 7. Baby Driver 8. Girls Trip 9. War for the Planet of the Apes 10. The Hitman's Bodyguard iTunes Movies US Charts — Independent: 1. Wind River (2017) 2. Band Aid 3. Kedi 4. Sweet Virginia 5. Almost Friends 6. The Trip to Spain 7. Pilgrimage 8. Gilbert 9. Columbus 10. Bushwick __ (copyright) 2017 Apple Inc.
  • Just days before Pixar's 'Coco' is set to hit theaters, Pixar co-founder and Walt Disney Animation chief John Lasseter announced he is taking a six-month leave of absence citing 'missteps' with employees.The boisterous, Hawaiian shirt-wearing personality behind some of the most beloved children's films of the past 30 years like 'Toy Story' is the latest entertainment titan to be exposed for claims of sexual harassment and inappropriate conduct in the workplace, including a reported 'unwanted advance' toward actress and writer Rashida Jones, who had been working on the script for 'Toy Story 4.'In a vaguely-worded memo obtained by The Associated Press Tuesday, Lasseter says he knows he has made some employees feel disrespected and uncomfortable.'I deeply apologize if I have let you down. I especially want to apologize to anyone who has ever been on the receiving end of an unwanted hug or any other gesture they felt crossed the line in any way, shape, or form,' Lasseter wrote. 'No matter how benign my intent, everyone has the right to set their own boundaries and have them respected.'A Disney spokesperson says the company is committed to maintaining a respectful work environment and fully supports Lasseter's sabbatical. Representatives for Jones did not immediately respond to request for comment.Lasseter, 60, is known for directing films like 'Toy Story,' ''Toy Story 2,' ''A Bug's Life' and 'Cars,' and has produced every Pixar feature since 2001's 'Monster's, Inc.' He has been the chief creative officer for Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios since 2006, when Disney purchased Pixar, and has overseen the recent Disney Animation renaissance with hits like 'Frozen' and 'Moana.'A report in the entertainment trade The Hollywood Reporter, citing unnamed sources, details a culture in which Lasseter was known to hug, kiss and grope female employees. His well-documented hugs were at one time apparently publicly regarded as a quirk of employment under Lasseter. The Wall Street Journal had even cheekily detailed his proclivity for hugs in a 2011 story and photo spread subtitled 'A Sampling from among the 48 hugs administered by Pixar chief John Lasseter during the WSJ's daylong adventure with him.'Lasseter said he will use the sabbatical to take better care of himself, recharge and 'Ultimately return with the insight and perspective I need to be the leader you deserve.' He told employees he looks forward to working together again in the new year.
  • Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for Nov. 13-19. Listings include the week's ranking and viewership.1. NFL Football: Philadelphia at Dallas, NBC, 21.06 million.2. 'Sunday Night NFL Pre-Kick,' NBC, 15.31 million.3. NFL Thursday Night Football: Tennessee at Pittsburgh, NBC, 13.52 million.4. 'The Big Bang Theory,' CBS, 13.44 million.5. 'NCIS,' CBS, 13.09 million.6. 'Young Sheldon,' CBS, 11.83 million.7. '60 Minutes,' CBS, 11.47 million.8. Football Night in America, NBC, 11.40 million.9. 'Bull,' CBS, 10.36 million.10. 'The Good Doctor,' ABC, 10.15 million.11. 'This Is Us,' NBC, 10.05 million.12. 'The Voice' (Tuesday), NBC, 9.98 million.13. 'Dancing With the Stars,' ABC, 9.90 million.14. 'NCIS: New Orleans,' CBS, 9.70 million.15. 'The Voice' (Monday), NBC, 9.60 million.16. 'Blue Bloods,' CBS, 9.25 million.17. 'Hawaii Five-0,' CBS, 9.17 million.18. 'American Music Awards,' ABC, 9.15 million19. 'Survivor,' CBS, 8.85 million.20. NFL Football: Miami at Carolina, ESPN, 8.81 million.___ABC is owned by The Walt Disney Co.; CBS is a division of CBS Corp.; NBC is owned by NBC Universal.
  • As Thanksgiving approaches, NBC can be thankful for another weekly ratings win, its second in a row.As with last week, NBC won largely on the strength of two football games. Sunday night's clash between Philadelphia and Dallas was the week's most-watched program, while Thursday's face-off between Tennessee and Pittsburgh ranked third, Nielsen said. Sunday's game was the fourth 'Sunday Night Football' so far in this young season to top 20 million viewers.Three editions of 'The Voice' helped NBC as well, ranking 12th, 15th and 22nd, as well as the network's powerhouse drama 'This Is Us,' ranking 11th.CBS' freshman comedy 'Young Sheldon' (ranked sixth) and ABC's new medical drama 'The Good Doctor' (10th) held their status as the cream of the fall crop.ABC's 'American Music Awards' drew 9.15 million viewers to rank 18th.The week's only premiere was the season kickoff of CBS' sitcom 'Man with a Plan,' which placed 41st with 5.38 million viewers.Overall, NBC averaged 8.79 million viewers in prime time. CBS had 7.83 million, ABC had 5.55 million, Fox had 2.72 million, Univision had 1.68 million, the CW had 1.33 million, Telemundo had 1.21 million and ION Television had 1.19 million.ESPN was the week's most popular cable network, averaging 2.68 million viewers in prime time (and scoring cable's top show, the NFL duel between the Dolphins and the Panthers, seen by 8.81 million viewers). Fox News Channel had 2.27 million and Hallmark had 2.23 million.ABC's 'World News Tonight' continued its winning streak atop the evening news shows, averaging 9.14 million viewers. NBC's 'Nightly News' had 8.48 million and the 'CBS Evening News' had 6.71 million.For the week of Nov 13-19, the top 10 shows, their networks and viewerships: NFL Football: Philadelphia at Dallas, NBC, 21.06 million; 'Sunday Night NFL Pre-Kick,' NBC, 15.31 million; NFL Thursday Night Football: Tennessee at Pittsburgh, NBC, 13.52 million; 'The Big Bang Theory,' CBS, 13.44 million; 'NCIS,' CBS, 13.09 million; 'Young Sheldon,' CBS, 11.83 million; '60 Minutes,' CBS, 11.47 million; Football Night in America, NBC, 11.40 million; 'Bull,' CBS, 10.36 million; 'The Good Doctor,' ABC, 10.15 million.___ABC is owned by The Walt Disney Co. CBS is owned by CBS Corp. CW is a joint venture of Warner Bros. Entertainment and CBS Corp. Fox is owned by 21st Century Fox. NBC and Telemundo are owned by Comcast Corp. ION Television is owned by ION Media Networks.___Online: http://www.nielsen.com
  • Audible.com best-sellers for week ending November 17: Fiction 1.Oathbringer by Brandon Sanderson, narrated by Kate Reading and Michael Kramer (Macmillan Audio) 2. Artemis by Andy Weir, narrated by Rosario Dawson (Audible Studios) 3. I Am Legend by Richard Matheson, narrated by Robertson Dean (Blackstone Audio, Inc.) 4. Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery, narrated by Rachel McAdams (Audible Studios) 5. Alien: Out of the Shadows by Tim Lebbon and Dirk Maggs, narrated by a full cast (Audible Studios) 6. The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien, narrated by Rob Inglis (Recorded Books) 7. The Lincoln Lawyer by Michael Connelly, narrated by Adam Grupper (Hachette (Audio) 8. Hardcore Twenty-Four by Janet Evanovich, narrated by Lorelei King (Random House Audio) 9. Origin by Dan Brown, narrated by Paul Michael (Random House Audio) 10.End Game by David Baldacci, narrated by Kyf Brewer and Orlagh Cassidy (Hachette Audio) Nonfiction 1. Cosmos by Carl Sagan, narrated by LeVar Burton, Seth MacFarlane, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and Anna Druyan (Brilliance Audio) 2. Promise Me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship and Purpose by Joe Biden, narrated by the author (Audible Studios) 3. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F(asterisk)ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life by Mark Manson, narrated by Roger Wayne (HarperAudio) 4. Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging and the Courage to Stand Alone by Brené Brown, narrated by the author (Random House Audio) 5. Society's Child: My Autobiography by Janis Ian, narrated by the author (Audible Studios) 6. Leonardo da Vinci by Walter Isaacson, narrated by Alfred Molina (Simon & Schuster Audio) 7. Silver Screen Fiend: Learning About Life from an Addiction to Film by Patton Oswalt, narrated by the author (Simon & Schuster Audio) 8. Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio, narrated by the author and Jeremy Bobb (Simon & Schuster Audio) 9. How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie, narrated by Andrew MacMillan (Simon & Schuster Audio) 10. Unfu(asterisk)k Yourself by Gary John Bishop, narrated by the author (Harper Audio) ______
  • The romantic coming-of-age film 'Call Me By Your Name' has a leading six Film Independent Spirit Award nominations, followed by Jordan Peele's satirical horror 'Get Out' and the Robert Pattinson thriller 'Good Time' with five nominations each.Actresses Tessa Thompson and Lily Collins announced the nominees for the 33rd installment of the awards show Tuesday.Luca Guadagnino's 'Call Me By Your Name,' a lush romance set in 1980s Italy, was also recognized for directing, cinematography and editing. Timothee Chalamet and Armie Hammer's received acting nominations for their performances.Jordan Peele, meanwhile, picked up a directing and screenplay nod for 'Get Out,' the box office hit and cultural phenomenon that has translated its momentum into awards buzz and nominations. Actor Daniel Kaluuya was nominated for his leading performance as a man visiting his white girlfriend's family in the country.'Get Out' and 'Call Me By Your Name' are competing for Best Feature alongside Sean Baker's 'The Florida Project,' Greta Gerwig's 'Lady Bird' and Chloe Zhao's cowboy drama 'The Rider.'Oscar hopefuls are sprinkled throughout each category of the awards recognizing achievements in independent film. For the past four years, the Indie Spirit best feature winner matched the Oscar best picture winner, with '12 Years a Slave,' ''Birdman,' ''Spotlight' and 'Moonlight.'Notably Gerwig did not receive a directing nomination for 'Lady Bird' but did pick up a screenplay nod. Acting recognition nods were given to Saoirse Ronan (lead) and Laurie Metcalf (supporting).In addition to Peele and Guadagnino, nominated directors include Baker ('The Florida Project'), Zhao ('The Rider'), Josh Safdie and Benny Safdie ('Good Time') and Jonas Carpignano ('A Ciambra').In the acting categories, best male lead has Chalamet and Kaluuya up against James Franco for 'The Disaster Artist,' Pattinson for 'Good Time,' and Harris Dickinson for 'Beach Rats.'Best leading female nominees include Ronan, Margot Robbie for 'I, Tonya,' Frances McDormand for 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,' Salma Hayek for 'Beatriz at Dinner,' Shinobu Terajima for 'Oh Lucy!' and Regina Williams for 'Life and Nothing More.'Dee Rees' period racial drama 'Mudbound' was singled out as the Robert Altman Award winner in recognition of its ensemble cast, including Mary J. Blige, Garrett Hedlund, Jason Mitchell, and Carey Mulligan, but it did not receive any other nominations.Film Independent chief Josh Welsh said Tuesday that 40 percent of the nominated filmmakers are people of color.While the Indie Spirit nominees often overlap with many of the more mainstream awards, the show also puts a spotlight on under-the-radar efforts like 'The Rider,' and 'Beach Rats,' and specifically singles out notable first features, like 'Menashe,' ''Patti Cake$' and 'Columbus,' and first screenplays like Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon's 'The Big Sick.'The Big Sick' only received one other nomination, for Holly Hunter's supporting performance.Nominees are chosen by Film Independent, which includes critics, filmmakers, actors, festival programmers, past winners and nominees, and members of its board. Many films with a perceived indie edge are not eligible because their production budgets are too high, like Edgar Wright's 'Baby Driver.' Film Independent has an eligibility cap of $20 million, but can consider films with higher budgets at the discretion of the nominating committee.One notable exclusion was Guillermo del Toro's romantic horror 'The Shape of Water,' which has been considered a major Oscar contender in multiple categories, including its lead Sally Hawkins. Despite being Spirit Awards eligible, 'The Shape of Water' received zero nominations.Winners will be revealed at a March 3 ceremony hosted by Nick Kroll and John Mulaney, a day before the Academy Awards. It will air live on IFC.___Follow AP Film Writer Lindsey Bahr on Twitter: www.twitter.com/ldbahr
  • Harvey Weinstein paid $1 million to silence an Italian model who accused him of groping her in 2015 after prosecutors decided not to charge him, and in the 1990s, his brother paid other accusers from his personal bank account, a magazine reported Tuesday.Ambra Battilana Gutierrez told The New Yorker she signed a nondisclosure agreement before knowing the media mogul had a pattern of sexually harassing and abusing women. But she felt at the time pressured to sign the agreement.'I didn't even understand almost what I was doing with all those papers,' she told the New Yorker. 'I was really disoriented. My English was very bad. All of the words in that agreement were super difficult to understand. I guess even now I can't really comprehend everything.'She recalled that, across the table, Weinstein's attorney was trembling visibly as she picked up the pen.'I saw him shaking and I realized how big this was. But then I thought I needed to support my mom and brother and how my life was being destroyed, and I did it,' she told me. 'The moment I did it, I really felt it was wrong.'Weinstein attorneys Blair Berk and Ben Brafman said in a statement to the magazine that because of pending investigations it would be inappropriate to respond to each of the details in the article.'Suffice it to say, Mr. Weinstein strongly objects to any suggestion that his conduct at any time has ever been contrary to law,' according to the statement published in the magazine. 'Be assured that we will respond in any appropriate legal forum, where necessary, and fully expect that Mr. Weinstein will prevail against any claim of legal wrongdoing.'Gutierrez had told police the movie magnate touched her thigh, grabbed her breasts and asked 'are these real?' during a meeting in his Manhattan office on March 27, 2015. Investigators conducted a sting, listening to a call between the two and getting the model to record an in-person encounter in which Weinstein alternated between trying to persuade her to come into his hotel room and apologizing for his conduct at his office.No charges were brought, because the district attorney concluded they were not supported.Gutierrez told the magazine the decision shocked her.'We had so much proof of everything,' she said. 'Everyone was telling me, 'Congratulations, we stopped a monster.''After the recent flood of allegations against Weinstein brought new scrutiny of that decision, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance's top assistant prosecutor said that police had arranged the 2015 sting without prosecutors' knowledge and that there were other 'proof issues.' The NYPD pushed back, saying it had used established investigative techniques to present prosecutors with a recording that corroborated Gutierrez's complaint, plus other statements and information.Weinstein also once asked his brother and business partner to settle claims made by two women, and Bob Weinstein sent them 250,000 British pounds, the magazine reported. Bob Weinstein told the New Yorker that he had no knowledge of what the payments were for. His publicist didn't immediately return a message from the AP.The New York Times published an expose of sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein, leading to his firing from the company he co-founded and his expulsion from the organization that bestows the Academy Awards. Since then, more than 100 women have come forward to tell similar tales of harassment or assault.The Associated Press does not typically identify people who say they are victims of sexual assault unless they speak publicly, as Gutierrez has done.