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This photo released by Disney shows, Thomas Robinson, as young Frank Walker, in a scene from Disney's "Tomorrowland." (Film Frame/Disney via AP)

‘Tomorrowland’ too grounded in the present

There are moments of sheer cinematic wonder scattered throughout “Tomorrowland,” bursts of action and invention so wonderful that they tend to provoke a kind of giddy euphoria — epic futuristic vistas filled with flying whatsits and hovering thingamajigs, gleaming glass towers webbed together by impossibly spiraling infrastructure.

Rap artist Flavor Flav arrives at the 2008 VH1 Hip Hop Honors at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York on Oct. 2, 2008. (Evan Agostini/AP Images for VH1) **FILE**

Flavor Flav arrested in Vegas, suspected of impaired driving

Associated Press

Authorities in Las Vegas say entertainer Flavor Flav has been arrested on allegations of driving under the influence, speeding, possessing less than an ounce of marijuana and having an open container of alcohol in the 2005 black BMW he was driving.

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Model Toni Garrn poses for photographers upon arrival for the screening of the film The Little Prince at the 68th international film festival, Cannes, southern France, Friday, May 22, 2015. (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP)

CANNES WATCH: Toni Garrn sparkles in silver on red carpet

Associated Press

German model Toni Garrn brought a touch of little mermaid to the Cannes red carpet for "The Little Prince" in a sparkly, swanky silver gown that trailed elegantly to the floor, with bare shoulders and a crossover cutaway midriff.

Correction: Obit-Bruce Lundvall story

- Associated Press

In a story May 20 about the death of jazz recording executive Bruce Lundvall, The Associated Press erroneously reported that Lundvall failed to regain consciousness after surgery. In fact, he regained consciousness prior to his death. The story also inaccurately stated Lundvali left Blue Note Records in 2010. Rather, he remained with the label as chairman emeritus.

Art world descends on Cuba for a month amid surging interest

- Associated Press

A surge in interest in all things Cuban is extending to paintings and sculpture, with U.S. art collectors and dealers descending on Havana for a monthlong exhibition amid expectations that art prices will rise because of the detente between the former Cold War rivals.

In this photo taken Saturday, May 16, 2015, director Nanni Moretti leaves following the screening of the film Mia Madre (My Mother) at the 68th international film festival, Cannes, southern France. Moretti is a Cannes mainstay, who has brought more than half a dozen films to the festival. He won the Palme d'Or in 2001 for "The Son's Room," about a family devastated by the death of a teenage son. His film "Mia Madre" is competing for the Palme d'Or. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)

Cannes favorite Nanni Moretti explores loss in 'My Mother'

- Associated Press

Director Nanni Moretti is pleased to hear that some audience members came out of "Mia Madre," his new movie about a filmmaker whose mother is dying, and immediately called their own moms to say "I love you."