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“Celebration Day” will be released in 1,500 theaters around the world Oct. 17 and on DVD and other formats Nov. 19.

Roger Ebert to receive award from Sundance

Critic Roger Ebert is receiving an award from Robert Redford’s Sundance Institute for his support of independent cinema.

Sundance leaders said Thursday that Mr. Ebert will receive their Vanguard Leadership Award at a benefit for the institute June 5 in Los Angeles.

Mr. Redford said Mr. Ebert was one of the institute’s first supporters when Sundance was founded in 1980 to support independent filmmaking.

Sundance Institute executive director Keri Putnam said Mr. Ebert has been a champion of challenging films, including many premiering at the Sundance Film Festival.

The 70-year-old Mr. Ebert has been reviewing films for the Chicago Sun-Times since 1967 and was the nation’s foremost movie critic on television on shows such as “Sneak Previews” and “At the Movies.”

Rowling’s Edinburgh home on the market for $3.7M

J.K. Rowling’s former home can be yours — if you can conjure up $3.7 million.

The eight-bedroom Victorian house in Edinburgh belonging to the “Harry Potter” author is listed for sale on the website of real estate agents Rettie.

It’s described as “an exceptional detached family house standing within a large yet discreet landscaped and walled garden” in one of the city’s most exclusive areas.

Miss Rowling lived there with her husband and three children while she wrote several volumes in her seven-book adventure series about the boy wizard. Miss Rowling, whose books have sold 450 million copies, now owns another house in the city, as well as other properties in Scotland and London.

She is due to release her first book for adults, “The Casual Vacancy,” Thursday.

Timberlake: Making albums ‘a really big deal’

He brought “SexyBack,” but don’t wait for Justin Timberlake to bring his music back — just yet.

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