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McCartney reflects on yesterday, today and tomorrow
NEW YORK (AP) — Sir Paul McCartney is 72, and only the wrinkles give his years away. Interviewed recently at his midtown Manhattan office suite, he seems as boyish and light-footed as he was on stage decades ago for "The Ed Sullivan Show," his manner informal, his build slender and well suited for jeans and a form-fitting sweater. Full Story
Sony cancels 'The Interview' theatrical release
Hacked company responds to theater chains declining to screen movie over threats of terrorist attacks.