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Four ways President Trump is changing prime time TV
The so-called "resistance" to President Trump takes many forms. In Hollywood, writers and producers are using the tools of their trade -- jokes and dramatizations -- to make statements about Trump and the dangers of demagoguery more broadly.

James Gunn fired as 'Guardians of the Galaxy 3' director
Disney has parted ways with director James Gunn after a number of what the studio called "indefensible" tweets he wrote years ago resurfaced.

'Mamma Mia' sequel will have you singing 'Fernando'
At a moment where gloom feels pervasive in many quarters, "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" rides a tide of joy, fun and mother-daughter bonding, again set to a jaunty array of ABBA tunes. This decade-later sequel also features a pair of natural assets -- the dazzling beauty of its island setting, and the utterly winning presence of Lily James, who occupies what amounts to the central role as the younger version of Meryl Streep's character.

Andrew Lincoln breaks hearts as he confirms 'Walking Dead' exit at Comic-Con
Prepare to say goodbye to Rick Grimes.

Aaron Paul's daughter in a mini hazmat suit is ridiculously cute
Actor Aaron Paul, who is best known for his portrayal of Jesse Pinkman on "Breaking Bad," brought his daughter to the San Diego Comic-Con dressed in a hazmat suit like one he wore on the television show.

It's a summer of love over on Netflix
Matt Brodlie, director of original films at Netflix, knows that along with warm weather comes romance.

Denzel Washington picks off familiar targets in 'Equalizer 2'
A sequel to a movie based on a TV show is basically the ultimate commentary on Hollywood's infatuation with presold titles, but at least "The Equalizer 2" doesn't harbor many pretentions about its marching orders. Anchored by Denzel Washington's steely presence, it's a spare, brutal vigilante exercise, with an element of righteous revenge mixed into the balance.

Disney's battle plan? Just look around Comic-Con
For those seeking to understand Disney's strategy under CEO Robert Iger, just take a look around the colorful halls of Comic-Con: Thousands of people who spent hard-earned cash trekking to San Diego -- in some cases great distances -- to savor their favorite pastimes, many dressed in purchased or home-made costumes.

Celebrities audition for 'Batgirl'
Celebrities audition on "Conan" for the upcoming Batgirl movie.

Jinger Duggar welcomes baby girl
The Duggar family has a new addition.

Here's the story of two famous TV houses
Two California houses owned by famous fictional families from "Brady Bunch" and "Full House" are in the news for very different reasons -- one is hoping to drum up some interest while the other is hoping for less attention.

Jennifer Lopez's 'Second Act'
It's been far too long since we've seen Jennifer Lopez flex her comedy muscles on the big screen, but our wait is almost over.

Harvey Weinstein files motion to dismiss Ashley Judd suit
Harvey Weinstein has asked a federal judge to dismiss Ashley Judd's defamation suit against him, according to court documents obtained by CNN.

Comic-Con kicks off amid period showing off fandom's ugly side
Comic-Con, we have a problem.

Adrian Cronauer, disc jockey who inspired Robin Williams' role in 'Good Morning, Vietnam,' dies
Adrian Cronauer, the former US airman whose radio show provided the inspiration for Robin Williams' character in "Good Morning, Vietnam" has died, his family said.

'Batwoman' TV series in the works with first lesbian superhero in the lead
"Batwoman" is coming to TV.

Bruce Springsteen is coming to a screen near you
Netflix may have just saved you a few thousand dollars.

Is Sacha Baron Cohen still funny?
Sacha Baron Cohen's act hasn't changed, from "Da Ali G Show" to "Borat" to his new Showtime series, "Who is America?" But the world has, which, in light of the media uproar he's triggered, raises the question whether the timing was very right -- or wrong -- for this comeback.

Robin Williams remembered in poignant HBO doc
The intimate bond that comedians forge with an audience makes their loss feel more intimate and personal. What remains somewhat mysterious -- and at times mystifying -- is the darker side of stand-up, which has contributed to the premature deaths of so many comedy stars.

Here we go again with the Beyoncé baby rumors
We've been here before, Beyhive.

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Gamers prove their metal as rock stars
Jess Hu is a child care provider from Brooklyn, New York, but for 20 hours a week, she's a rock star. That's how much she estimates she plays the video game "Rock Band."

Comedian is living in an Ikea store
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Texas town hopes to become UFO landing spot

Governor's son sells 'Don't Drop the Soap'
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Cops snag lotto ticket from accused drug dealer
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