Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Entertainment News as of 5 P.M. Monday, Aug. 26

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Entertainment News as of 5 P.M. Monday, Aug. 26

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Entertainment News Advisory

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Monday, Aug. 26, 2013

5 p.m.

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS ADVISORY

Here are the top Entertainment stories from The Canadian Press as of 5 p.m. ET. All times Eastern unless otherwise stated. Coverage plans are included when available. Entries are subject to change as news develops.

Contact Andrea Baillie at 416-507-2162.

TOP STORIES:

Kate Gosselin sues ex over book, alleges hacking

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PHILADELPHIA -- Former reality TV star Kate Gosselin filed a lawsuit Monday accusing her ex-husband of stealing her hard drive and hacking into her phone and computer to get material for a tell-all book.Jon Gosselin accessed email, bank accounts and other private information for a book called "Kate Gosselin: How She Fooled the World," according to the federal lawsuit. PHOTO.

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'Ender's Game' director explores 'grey zone'

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TORONTO -- These days, movies for teens tend to revel in dichotomies -- the black-and-white simplicity of good versus evil. With "Ender's Game," the hotly anticipated adaptation of the seminal sci-fi novel, director Gavin Hood is excited by the opportunity to explore the moral greys.

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'Bones' author uses Quebec case as basis for Afghanistan war killing in new book

MONTREAL -- Kathy Reichs, the renowned forensic anthropologist who created the popular series of "Bones" crime novels and TV show, says she used a Quebec case as the basis for an alleged war crime in Afghanistan that forms part of the story in her new book "Bones of the Lost." PHOTO.

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Atwood and Boyden among fall book highlights

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TORONTO -- New novels from literary luminaries Margaret Atwood, David Gilmour, and Joseph Boyden; memoirs by politician Michael Ignatieff and sports legends Bobby Orr and George Chuvalo; and astronaut Chris Hadfield's first book are among the homegrown highlights for readers this fall.Heavyweight titles tend to crop up between August and December as publishers and book sellers try to cash in on the holiday season sales spike. …

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