Entertainment News from the Associated Press
- Francis Bacon portrait could fetch $50M at auction
- SF Opera to premiere Tutinof's 'Two Women'
- 'Justified' actor calls on Elmore Leonard's memory
- Oscars to celebrate big-screen heroes
- Gay Ohio teacher: I knew engagement could cost job
- Nobel laureates pen open letter to Putin
- Andrea Martin and Chuck Cooper join 'Act One'
- R&B singer Ciara pregnant with 1st child
- Jazz Fest lineup announced
- Jarrett, Braxton, Davis receive NEA jazz honor
- Lescure named president of Cannes Film Festival
- Rolf Harris denies indecent assault charges
- Music legend Chuck Berry has no plans to retire
- Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr to perform at Grammys
- Cutting book reviews up for Hatchet Job prize
- No pregnant pause for 'Archer' star Tyler
- Producer James Schamus to chair Berlin fest jury
- 'Romeo and Juliet' with Bloom becomes a V-Day film
- Fox plans changes for US version of 'Broadchurch'
- Producers: 'American Idol' making changes
- Armond White expelled from NY Film Critics Circle
- Renovations begin on school Tina Turner attended
- OutKast announces more than 40 festival dates
- George Saunders a nominee for short story prize
LONDON (AP) — One Direction member Liam Payne says he is sorry for being "stupid and irresponsible" after he was photographed standing on a building ledge 34 stories above the ground.