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Pine: Why Wonder Woman

In DC's latest, we get the Wonder Woman origin story where Amazonian princess Diana ( Gal Gadot ) becomes the superhero she's born to be. Directed by Patty Jenkins , Wonder Woman is being produced by Charles Roven, Zack Snyder and Deborah Snyder, with Richard Suckle, Stephen Jones, Wesley Coller, Geoff Johns and Rebecca Roven serving as executive producers. Read More »

Cavaliers must slow the Warriors at rim

That total would start at an estimated $35.4 million per year, as opposed to a little under $32 million without creating cap space. Whether the Warriors go onto win the NBA Finals remains to be seen, but they were able to take care of business in front of their home crowd in Game 1 and have set themselves in prime position to take control of this series. Read More »

Rihanna star of NBA finals opener

Even when the Cavs upset the Warriors a year ago, they dropped the first two games of the finals by a combined 48 points. Last night's game drew an average minute streaming audience of almost 500,000 viewers (496,000), up 43 percent from 2016. Read More »

Kamal Haasan threatens to 'quit industry', says GST will ruin Cinema

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Regional cinema contributes to the might of the country. A sense of panic has prevailed amongst members of the industry since the tax slabs were announced, but this is the first time that they have come out to openly criticise the move. Jaitley requesting the latter to cut down taxes on regional cinema. Kamal also insisted that the justifiable demands of Tamil film industry should be fulfilled by the Central government . Read More »

UK PM May's lead over Labour shrinks

One poll had the Conservatives at almost 50 percent support. Next week will be the ultimate test of whether Corbyn has inspired this crucial demographic enough to get them to the polling station. He said he wanted an education system which offered opportunities. Britain's general election uses a first-past-the-post system (FPP), which means whichever candidate receives the most votes is elected to represent their constituency. Read More »

Ananya Vinay, 12, wins USA spelling bee competition

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Vinay takes home a $40,000 cash prize and trophy, along with a $2,500 USA savings bond and complete reference library, a trip to New York City and Hollywood. "She played to win and win she did", the National Spelling Bee's official account tweeted on Friday. Vinav spelled the words "gifblaar" and " marocain " to walk away with the victory. Read More »

Carrie Fisher featured on Vanity Fair cover for 'Star Wars' 40th anniversary

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And, the photoshoot, done by world renown photographer Annie Leibovitz , is stunning. First up, where things ended in The Force Awakens and start in The Last Jedi is the planet of Ahch-To, where the outlet reveals that Luke isn't alone standing on that rock in the ocean but living among an "indigenous race of caretaker creatures". Read More »

Manchester Arena Attack: UK Police Make 7th Arrest in Terror Probe

Meanwhile, Take That have also revealed that they will be donating the proceeds of one of their rescheduled concerts to the I Love Manchester Emergency Fund to help victims and their families. The attack on Manchester Arena was staged by 22-year-old Salman Abedi , a Manchester resident of Libyan descent. "The only thing we can do is choose how we let this affect us and how we live our lives from here on out", it continued. Read More »

Baywatch Review: Priyanka's Hollywood Debut Gets The Lowest Rating

Forbes Magazine's Scott Mendelson also disapproved of how Priyanka Chopra was not utilised well by the filmmakers. "We have an fantastic story already", Flynn said on the red carpet ahead of the screening on Monday. "The only other highlight is Priyanka Chopra as nefarious entrepreneur Victoria Leeds, who outshines pretty much anyone she's in a scene with". The film is based on the original Baywatch series which had David Hasselhoff and Pamela Anderson playing main roles. Read More »

Megyn Kelly Debuts Own Segment On 'Today' And Already Snubs Hoda Kotb!

Kelly interacted with Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin at state dinner party at Konstantin Palace in St. Petersburg . Modi laughed off her question. Kelly then asked Modi, "Are you on Twitter?" "Are you on Twitter?" was her response. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been known as one of the most active people on Twitter with 30 million followers from all over the world . Read More »

Bomber Salman Abedi planned Manchester attack for a year

Terror struck Monday at the end of Grande's concert at the Manchester Arena as some 20,000 fans were starting to leave. He said he heard that Salman's father took his son's passport away amid concerns about Salman's close ties to extremists and criminals, but had no proof of that. Read More »

Trump Signs Waiver to Delay Moving US Embassy to Jerusalem

A statement from the White House indicates that the president doesn't want to ruffle Palestinian feathers over the political status of Jerusalem ahead of efforts to restart peace negotiations. Palestinian officials applauded the waiver signing, saying Trump's move "gives peace a chance". The US president has said he is reviewing whether to fulfil his campaign promise to move the facility to Jerusalem. Read More »

Paris climate deal: European Union and China rebuff Trump

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Among other relevant issues addressed, Li said that China will continue to work steadily to implement the commitment of the Paris Agreement on Climate and will join all parties to address climate change. Merkel said that Germany pays close attention to the EU-China investment treaty and added that the signing of the agreement will be a good start for the negotiations on an EU-China free trade agreement. Read More »

EU, China seek to save Paris deal amid furore over Trump pullout

That was a blunt rejection of Mr. Trump's assertion that he will eventually negotiate a better deal on climate. In an interview on Thursday, the president of the World Coal Association, Benjamin Sporton, told Reuters that he had mixed feelings about Trump's announcement, adding he was eager to see a US policy that actively promotes a place for coal in the global energy mix. Read More »

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie

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Not to mention, Soren and his animators successfully achieve the CGI hand-drawn look that parallels the hand-drawn art from the books. It positively bristles with humor to please all ages: A sign on the desk of George and Harold's mean principal, Mr. Read More »

Jason Whitlock destroyed online for criticizing LeBron James

Fox Sports found itself in the middle of controversy this week when one of its most well-known personalities, Jason Whitlock , criticized LeBron James for his response to a racism. "When I leave here today, I'm gonna drive to Wilshire boulevard, get out of my auto, and throw the keys to my vehicle to some white or Latino man who's gonna say, 'Mr". Read More »

Meet Ananya Vinay, Winner of 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee Contest

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Previous year she tied for 172nd place in her first appearance at the Bee. By winning the regional spelling bee, she won a place in the national spelling bee in Washington , D.C. For each of the past three years, the bee ended in ties after contestants successfully went through the competition's entire list of words. She finally ventured a guess, which was just barely wrong, at least according to the President's spelling of the non-word. Read More »

Ousted FBI director to testify June 8

Controversy erupted again this week after the Republican head of the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee, Devin Nunes, approved subpoenas to the CIA, FBI and National Security Agency for information relating to the "unmasking" of the names of Trump campaign advisers inadvertently picked up in top-secret foreign communications intercepts. Read More »

EU, China 'stepping up cooperation' on climate: Tusk

The official told reporters that the European Union and China will also "spell out" how they plan to meet their commitments to the landmark worldwide accord to fight global warming at talks in Brussels on Friday. "China sees this as an opportunity to present itself as a responsible partner, to consolidate friendships, and to make a claim for, if you like, moral high ground, which has not been terribly easy for China to do", Hilton said. Read More »

'Wonder Woman' lassos $11 million Thursday night

Alongside the interactive coding project is an advance screening of Wonder Woman , where 100 teen girls from the Los Angeles area can see the movie before giving the programming experience a go. " Wonder Woman " has multi-movie franchise written all over it, and she would be a welcome part of Wonder Woman's future sequels. Fox's animated children's comedy " Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie " grossed $650,000 from about 2,550 location in Thursday night previews. Read More »

China likely to gain as US withdraws from Paris agreement

This is a "mistake, both for the U.S. and for our planet", he continued . "With the U.S. president's latest assault on the global fight against climate change , meeting the objectives of the Paris Agreement will become an uphill task". China's top leaders are technocrats with science and engineering backgrounds from elite universities , and there is little doubt that the country's leadership accepts the fundamental science behind climate change . Read More »

Trump to decide whether to block Comey testimony - White House adviser

The White House initially said that Comey was sacked due to his behavior during the 2016 campaign, wherein he publicly weighed in on an investigation related to Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. In his letter to Trump , Rosenstein called Comey "an articulate and persuasive speaker". A spokeswoman for the committee's chairman, Sen. Facing rising pressure, the Justice Department last month named Robert Mueller , another former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief, as a special ... Read More »

Watch Her Respond To Trump Blowback

Within hours, Griffin posted an apology video on Twitter, saying, "I am sorry". TMZ first published the controversial photo which famous celebrity photographer Tyler Shields took. "When you consider some of the atrocities happening in the world today, a photo opportunity like this is simply wrong and makes you wonder about the mental health of the person who did it". Read More »