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NYC Opera Moving; Australian Actor Bill Hunter Dies

Bill • Despite recently having a $107 million renovation at its current Lincoln Center home, New York City Opera plans to move and carry out shows in a variety of venues around New York. The New York Times has the story.

• Australian actor Bill Hunter, who starred in films like "Strictly Ballroom," "Gallipoli," and "The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert," died on Saturday. He was 71. Younger viewers might recognize him as the voice of The Dentist in Pixar's hit "Finding Nemo." Read his obituary at ABC News.

• "The Killing" won the international award at the British Academy International Television Awards last night. The Danish crime drama, which inspired AMC's American version of the same name, defeated "Mad Men," "Glee," and "Boardwalk Empire." Check it out at The Hollywood Reporter

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