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This absolutely doesn't mean we're not getting more Star Wars though. This report from Collider is predicated itself on anonymous rumors from inside the industry. The company is reportedly contemplating the next trilogy to capture the hearts of Star Wars fans, though whether this will continue that generational epic is unknown.
  • Why Meghan Markle's Solo Outing with Queen Elizabeth Is So Special

    Why Meghan Markle's Solo Outing with Queen Elizabeth Is So Special

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    According to Lucy Hough from LBC , Meghan was asked if this was her first time to the North of England, to which she said: "That's correct, I'm very happy to be here". "At one point they chuckled together like naughty schoolgirls". "I was aware that we had to get the right positing, the right pace, the right voice", McCartney said.
  • Drunk girl gets her head stuck in auto tailpipe at music festival

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    Speaking of which, it was all caught on tape and posted to Facebook by a bystander, and from there, it went viral, catapulting the 19-year-old to worldwide fame. "It did fit, but it didn't want to come back out". The girl who got stuck was cited for underage drinking - but a photo of her posing with the pipe later emerged on Facebook.
  • Andrew Garfield Dedicates His Tony Award to LGBTQ Community

    Andrew Garfield Dedicates His Tony Award to LGBTQ Community

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    The epic and expansive British import - which looks set to be a multihour fixture off Times Square for decades - won the Tony Award for best new play and honors for its British director, John Tiffany. Springsteen laughed as he sat down at the piano to play. Two new musicals lead the nominations for the top Tony Award crown, with Tina Fey's " Mean Girls " and " SpongeBob SquarePants " receiving 12 nods each.
  • Here Are The Latest Details Revealed About Anthony Bourdain's Death

    Here Are The Latest Details Revealed About Anthony Bourdain's Death

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    Ripert, who was in France to film an upcoming episode of Parts Unknown with Bourdain , told Gladys that " Tony had been in a dark mood" in the days leading up to his death. "I am proud and honoured to know you". Via a posting on Instagram, Chef Wan, who was Bourdain's guest on the show, said he worked hard to crack up the American , whom he thought was the archetypal serious chef figure.
  • At a fashion show, Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade remembered

    At a fashion show, Anthony Bourdain, Kate Spade remembered

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    His death comes just days after iconic fashion designer Kate Spade took her own life. In 2016, almost 45,000 Americans aged 10 and older died by suicide. Statistically, the rates of suicide in the United States are increasing, meaning that while Bourdain's and Spade's passings can be a shock to millions, they are not as unusual as they may seem.
  • Amazon Echo Look now available to everyone in the U.S.

    Amazon Echo Look now available to everyone in the U.S.

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    The Fire TV Cube goes up for pre-order today and begins shipping out June 21. The device - which will cost $120, but will be made available for $90 to Prime subscribers who pre-order it - is scheduled to be released June 21. Amazon has unveiled the latest addition to its Fire TV lineup. Instead of the Apple TV 4K, the Fire TV Cube is similar to Apple's HomePod when it comes to voice recognition across the room.
  • Amazon buys rights to 20 Premier League games a season

    Amazon buys rights to 20 Premier League games a season

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    This means that Amazon will be able to screen two full rounds of fixtures per season, for three seasons from 2019/2020 - thus becoming the first streaming-only service to offer Premier League football. The one-year deal included 10 games and cost Amazon $50 million. "We welcome Amazon as an exciting new partner and we know Prime Video will provide an excellent service on which fans can consume the Premier League".
  • Queen Elizabeth to whisk Duchess Meghan away on a royal tour

    Queen Elizabeth to whisk Duchess Meghan away on a royal tour

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    Post her marriage to the Duke of Sussex, Meghan will take a retirement from acting. The rules came under celebrity scrutiny a year ago when Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes, himself holding the title Baron of West Stafford since 2011, criticised the lack of change when the title of Baron Braybrooke passed to a distant cousin after his death, bypassing all eight of his daughters.
  • TV Harvey Weinstein Pleads Not Guilty To Rape

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    They said the former movie mogul did not have enough time to prepare to testify, and that he only learned on the day he was charged of the identities of the two women relating to the charges. Shortly before Weinstein arrived , celebrity lawyer Gloria Allred strode into court, showing the signature determination that famous men accused of sexual misconduct have come to recognise all too well.
  • First lady Melania Trump not attending G7, North Korea summits

    First lady Melania Trump not attending G7, North Korea summits

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    Melania Trump attended the G7 meeting in Italy previous year. Then, on May 14, the 48-year-old was hospitalized for a benign kidney condition for which she required an embolization procedure and spent the following week recovering. President Trump took a family vacation with his children, sparking concern over Melania's whereabouts. "Most of us don't even know cursory information about her - I would bet most people don't even know her home country".
  • Tiger Woods feels positive on his chances of contending at US Open

    Tiger Woods feels positive on his chances of contending at US Open

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    But Woods couldn't continue his strong play, shooting three bogeys to just one birdie and ultimately closing his day at even par . And he was again trying to keep things in perspective, having played his ninth tournament of the year. 11 before holing out for eagle. DeChambeau three-putted for bogey on the 18th for a 1-under 71 to get into a three-way playoff at Muirfield Village.
  • Sanju: Rajkumar Hirani REVEALS Anushka Sharma’s Character In The Film!

    Sanju: Rajkumar Hirani REVEALS Anushka Sharma’s Character In The Film!

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    You call Sanjay Dutt a star, a drug addict and a womaniser who slept with 350 ladies including prostitutes, but he claims that he is not a terrorist. During an argument with Sonam Kapoor who is playing Sanju's love interest, she asks Sanju about her "Mangalsutra".to which, Ranbir replays in a unique way, he gives her a Mangalsutra which may give you surprising laughter.
  • "Murdered" Russian Journalist Babchenko Alive, Speaks on Ukrainian TV

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    The unidentified Ukrainian man in turn allegedly hired an acquaintance to be the gunman, Gritsak said . Babchenko is one of Russia's best-known war reporters. In response to allegations that Moscow may have been the murder , Matviyenko said "Russia had no motivation" to kill the journalist , the state-run TASS news agency reported.
  • Roseanne Barr blames Ambien for tweet; drug maker replies

    Roseanne Barr blames Ambien for tweet; drug maker replies

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    ABC made a decision to cancel "Rosanne" on Tuesday and then suspended its "For Your Consideration" Emmy campaign the following day. Less than 24 hours after comedian Roseanne Barr's now-deleted racist tweet about former White House advisor Valerie Jarrett , ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey canceled the successful show , Roseanne , calling the tweet "Abhorrent, repugnant and inconsistent with our values".
  • Harvey Weinstein Charged With Rape After Surrendering To N.Y

    Harvey Weinstein Charged With Rape After Surrendering To N.Y

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    In 2012 Weinstein compared himself to composer Richard Rodgers and lyricist-dramatist Oscar Hammerstein, telling the BBC: "Like Rodgers and Hammerstein, I'm not afraid to deal with themes about the ups and downs of life, yet which are still entertaining, and you still feel these stories".
  • Valerie Jarrett says Roseanne's tweet should be 'teaching moment'

    Valerie Jarrett says Roseanne's tweet should be 'teaching moment'

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    The " Roseanne " reboot should never have made it out of the boardroom, but instead, it took off and enabled Barr's worst tendencies. "I am hurt, embarrassed, and disappointed". "I heard it was bc of a threatened boycott of the show's advertisers by ppl who do that sort of thing", she wrote in reply to a Twitter user who asked, "What pressure, exactly, did ABC receive that they immediately denied 18+million people the choice to watch or not?" But her various private life exploits ...