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New 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' International Trailer


Despite the fact fans still talk about the extensive reshoots that the film went through this past summer, the buzz around Rogue One has been very good. The new global trailer for the film hit the web on Thursday. You're not alone. These are the crystals that power lightsabers, and they're one of the key components of what makes the Death Star so deadly. Read More »

The Weeknd and Bella Hadid breakup

So far there has been no comment from publicists for either The Weeknd or Hadid. After going public with their relationship, Hadid spoke out about her boyfriend and how she didn't get caught up in his public persona. On top of this breakup, The Weeknd , wants to stay busy with his current musical project, while Bella is ready to pose again for her debut as a Victoria's Secret model. Read More »

Merkel calls Trump to congratulate on victory


Quizzed on his threats, De Niro said ruefully: "I can't do that now". "This was about world order, doing things that are trying to work our way through a lot of problems internationally and domestically". Many renowned figures, including some heads of states and other high-ranking officials, had publicly denounced Trump - some even used abusive language him - in the run-up to the American presidential election. Read More »

Dream Kardashian: Rob Kardashian & Blac Chyna's Baby Girl!

A representative for the couple says Chyna delivered a baby girl named Dream on Thursday in Los Angeles . Kardashian's mother, Kris Jenner, and Chyna's mother, Tokyo Toni, were at the hospital to welcome their granddaughter. Dream Renee Kardashian, welcome to the most famous family in the world. But with many ideas and opinions flying at them, in the end, Blac and Rob chose a name that suited both them AND their daughter best. Read More »

Wisconsin Election Turnout Near 20-Year Low

Those ballots must be in the hands of local clerks or poll workers by Tuesday. The commission said almost 800,000 absentee votes were cast during the early voting period. The last day for in-person absentee voting was Friday in most cities, with a few continuing through Saturday and Sunday. Data released by the Secretary of State's office Monday shows that 568,196 absentee or mail-in ballots had been accepted. Read More »

Iraqi forces advance as mass grave found near Mosul


The images taken Monday and made public by Stratfor, a private intelligence firm based in Austin, Texas, also showed that IS fighters have cleared terrain and leveled buildings around Mosul airport and a nearby former military base on the west bank of the Tigris. Read More »

Spotlight on Prince Harry's new girlfriend, Meghan Markle


Both Harry and his brother, Prince William , have spoken candidly about their distrust of the media: Their mother, Princess Diana , died in a 1997 vehicle accident while being pursued by paparazzi, and William's wife, Kate, was relentlessly scrutinized for years before the couple married in 2011. Read More »

The Big Bang Theory lands Christopher Lloyd


Big Bang is now in its 10th season and has not yet been renewed, but another year of the American comedy is looking likely. "We're so excited to be working with Christopher Lloyd and think we've created a fun part that fans will really enjoy", The Big Bang Theory executive producers said in a statement on Wednesday. Read More »

Colin Kaepernick Did Not Vote for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump


Kaepernick told Arizona-area reporters on a conference call he stayed away from voting or following the news of Donald Trump's victory to become the next US president. Watch Smith's full scathing words for Kaepernick below. "Both are proven liars, and it nearly seems like they're trying to debate who is less racist". Read More »

Janet Reno, first female U.S. attorney-general, dies age 78

Less than a month into her tenure, Reno controversially ordered the Federal Bureau of Investigation to raid the Waco, Texas, compound of anti-government religious sect leader David Koresh, which led to his death and those of about 80 followers in a subsequent fire. Read More »

Tom Brady And Bill Belichick Support Me


Speaking during a rally in New Hampshire, Trump referred to Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren as "Pocahontas",€” a reference to claims she made about being part Native American. Your leadership is wonderful. "Great guy. Great friend of mine". I'm guessing you didn't make it all the way through that quote without wondering whether Belichick actually wrote the letter. Read More »

Paul Ryan downplays effect of Comey letter in final election stretch


In New Hampshire's northern-most county, Coos, Democratic chair Emily Jacobs said many Sanders supporters she knows are writing in Green Party candidate Jill Stein or not voting. Watts is cake decorator, but she offered a politician's explanation for her stance. But Johnson says he didn't raise the issue , he was just responding to a question. Read More »

Kaine accuses some in FBI of aiding Trump

FBI Director James Comey testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, September 27, 2016. Last Friday, Comey revealed in a letter to Congress that the agency would be conducting a new review of emails "pertinent" to the Clinton private server investigation. Read More »

Donald Trump Booed as He Walks Into Manhattan Polling Location


While at least two of Trump's kids didn't vote in the New York Republican primary because they didn't register to vote in time , at least one registered in time to vote in the general election. Two women - who were naked from the waist up - were arrested in midtown Manhattan on November 8 for wearing campaign paraphernalia at a polling place. Read More »

US Election Shows The True Value of Twitter

On Sept. 30, he unleashed a series of tweets in the dead of morning, exhorting supporters to "check out sex tape" of former Miss Universe Alicia Machado . Something very, very unusual has happened to Donald J Trump's Twitter account in the last few days. " 'Why is he campaigning instead of creating jobs and fixing Obamacare?' Mr. Read More »

Michael Giacchino to Score 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

Well, Mr. Feige, that hadn't been announced, but now it's been double confirmed. He's easily one of the most well known composers working in the industry today. A possible new look at Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming has hit the net. Do you think Michael Giacchino is a good fit for Spider-Man: Homecoming? This wouldn't be the first time that Giacchino offered his talents for a superhero movie. Read More »

Ghost in the Shell teaser shows Wellington like never before


And as a taste of what's to come, we've gotten our first glimpse of Scarlett Johansson's character using her cyborg abilities and an enhanced suit to become nearly completely invisible! What makes this particular teaser so exciting is the fact that we get to see Scarlett Johansson's character in the movie don the iconic thermoptic suit . Read More »

Kim Kardashian Helps Kendall Jenner With Sleep Paralysis Anxiety

In a clip from the next week's KUWTK episode, Kim reveals to her shocked family: "So I've come to the conclusion that I just want to explore surrogacy". Is she getting a surrogate? The anxiety was making it hard for Kendall to fly, and since she's an global model, flying isn't something she can do without. Read More »

Hillary Clinton heads into Election Day with small lead nationally

However, he canceled a rally scheduled for Sunday in West Allis, raising questions about his commitment to the state. James Taylor will appear at the Manchester event, which Clinton's campaign says is at capacity. Q. And Barack Obama stays in office throughout this period? Security is expected to be tight as Americans go to the polls after U.S. authorities received intelligence of a possible pre-election al Qaida attack, with New York, Virginia and Texas reportedly mentioned as targets. Read More »

"Doctor Strange" spins magic at re-energized box office


Anxious that the movie, out this Friday, November 4, may not be for you? Rachel McAdams, Benedict Wong, Mads Mikkelsen and Tilda Swinton star alongside Cumberbatch, as his character explores his mystical powers. When in Rome, right? " Doctor Strange " movie launched a very strong start at $9.4 Million. Think of how hard it must be to trust so completely in those directing you that it will looking wonderful, knowing every minute articulation must be exact in order for the special effects to ... Read More »

Paul George ejected for kicking a ball into a fans face


I am careful as to what I download or play on my devices and I take my time and do research for every game. IN scored 16 first-half points as the result of Bulls' turnovers. When asked about it afterward, coach Nate McMillan said he hopes the accident doesn't lead to a suspension. Those were high games for both players this season. Read More »

A Star Wars Story Online


The film will also reveal the role her father, Galen, played in the conception and construction of the Empire's ultimate weapon. As audiences have learned from past trailers , Jyn Erso ( Felicity Jones ) is drumming up support to rebel against the evil Galactic Empire as it works on a new super-weapon - the infamous Death Star seen in George Lucas' first " Star Wars " movie. Read More »

Trump to campaign in southwest Ohio on Friday


Speaking on a conference call with reporters, Robby Mook said the Democratic coalition is turning out in such force in North Carolina, Florida and Nevada that the race might already be over in those states. The state went blue in 2008 but voted Republican in the 2012 election. "More people are voting earlier", Mook said, highlighting that Clinton's strategy all along has been to turn out a large share of lower-propensity voters in early voting. Read More »

Clinton's campaign taps star power as Trump goes it alone


Clinton's campaign is turning to a series of free concerts to appeal to young and minority voters not necessarily motivated to vote for her. Beyoncé and Jay-Z offered their own testimonials to the woman who, if elected, would be the country's first female president and follow its first black president. Read More »

Clinton leads Trump by 5 points, swing states tighten

In 2012, Republican Mitt Romney was still ahead in the electoral and popular vote at 10:30 p.m.; an hour later, President Barack Obama was on the brink of re-election. Rocker Jon Bon Jovi will later appear with Democratic vice-presidential candidate Tim Kaine in St Petersburg, Florida. Obama got the crowd to quiet down about a minute later. Read More »

Extended chase sequence clip from Marvel's Doctor Strange

The film, which stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the eponymous hero, was expected to pull in a comparatively paltry £45-50 mil internationally across 33 countries. Marvel Studios and Disney's Doctor Strange opened to a magical US$86 million (RM373.99 million) overseas over the weekend, topping fellow Marvel titles Ant-Man, Guardians of the Galaxy and even Captain America: Winter Soldier in comparable markets. Read More »

Lakers' Luke Walton amused with Steve Kerr's recent outburst on the officials


Randle also had a game-high 14 rebounds as the Lakers (3-3) beat the Warriors for the second time in a row. It was also Lakers head coach Luke Walton's first game against the team in which he was a top assistant for two years. Hornets 99, Nets 95: Kemba Walker scored 30 points as Charlotte recovered from another slow start and rallied past Brooklyn. The two also played well together, and a rebuilding team like the Lakers is far better off if they don't have to choose between the two. Read More »

China's Wanda buys Dick Clark Productions for $1 billion

The latest deal would bring productions including Miss America and the Hollywood Film Awards under the same roof as "Godzilla" and "300", films by Legendary Entertainment, another company that Wanda snapped up in recent years. Wanda CEO Wang Jianlin has not been shy about his desire to purchase a major stake in one of the so-called "big six" Hollywood studios. This is an exciting new era for China, Hollywood, and the entire entertainment industry as a whole. Read More »