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That report also came after news that the new director, War of the Planet of the Apes director Matt Reeves , chose to ditch the script Affleck and DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns wrote together. He shared the Hall H stage at Comic-Con with co-stars Gal Gadot , Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher. What's more, Affleck made clear he was happy to star in Matt Reeves planned trilogy of Batman movies.
  • Second Launch of China's Long March 5, July 2017, Hainan Island, China

    Second Launch of China's Long March 5, July 2017, Hainan Island, China

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    Something happened after separation of the four boosters, as the live launch coverage was abruptly stopped by Chinese media. Weighing 7.5 tonnes, Shijian-18 is the heaviest satellite China has launched into space. It said the satellite will operate on geosynchronous orbit and provide communications services over China´s territory - boosting internet access and providing access to more television channels.
  • Paul George traded to OKC

    Paul George traded to OKC

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    IN acquired Victor Oladipo and Domantas Sabonis for a year of George's services. George has been the subject of much speculation on where he'll end up playing after he informed the Pacers he would become a free agent when his contract expires after next season.
  • Arsenal in advanced talks for €55m-rated Lyon striker Lacazette

    Arsenal in advanced talks for €55m-rated Lyon striker Lacazette

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    ARSENAL'S chances of signing Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette have suffered a blow after the French club's president revealed he is confident the France worldwide will not be leaving the Ligue 1 club this summer. "He wants to leave and we want to keep him, but the decision is not made. If there are arrivals at Arsenal , perhaps Olivier would like to return to France".
  • Would-be gunman launched into Trump tirade before shooting

    Would-be gunman launched into Trump tirade before shooting

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    Mo Brooks of Alabama, and one or two other names, officials told the network. Last week the nation experienced a terrifying attack where a lone gunman, James T. As for Scalise, he's still in critical condition, but he's improving. Here is how Tucker and Werner described Hodgkinson's list in the fourth and fifth paragraphs of their report , which was primarily about the upgrading of shooting victim and Louisiana Congressman Steve Scalise's condition.
  • UK to double length of next Parliament to deal with Brexit

    UK to double length of next Parliament to deal with Brexit

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    In remarks in the debate that followed the speech, she acknowledged government failings in helping victims of the London high-rise fire on June 14 that killed at least 79 people. "We need to change the direction of our country". Inside the building, the Queen will deliver a legislative agenda shorn of some of May's flagship policies - most notably a proposal to make the elderly pay more towards their care costs which was blamed for alienating core voters at the election .
  • Cosby's lawyers triumphant, but sex crime retrial, lawsuits loom

    Cosby's lawyers triumphant, but sex crime retrial, lawsuits loom

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    Pennsylvania law allows the public release of jurors' names, but judges have discretion to keep them a secret under certain conditions. What are your thoughts on the Cosby case and verdict? Still, it's frustrating to see jurors succumb to ambiguity in this particular case when, to the general observer, so many women have indicted Cosby with revolting clarity in the court of public opinion.
  • Spicer taking on new White House role

    Spicer taking on new White House role

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    Discussions on reorganizing the White House communications operation are still preliminary, though, Bloomberg reported Monday, citing two people familiar with the matter. When asked when the Trump administration would release a statement about the recordings, Spicer stated, "So it's possible that we have an answer to that by the end of this week".
  • Insomniac's Spider-Man is a dedicated and thrilling reimagining of an icon

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    Just use simple voice commands like, "Hey Spidey, tell me a story". But unlike those two, Sphero's Spider-Man toy focuses more on interacting with kids through actually speaking to them. Aside from the eyes and web-slinger gear on its wrist, though, the toy is wearing a classic Spider-Man costume. He's also got super cool light-up eyeballs.
  • John Avildsen, Oscar-winning director of 'Rocky', dies at 81

    John Avildsen, Oscar-winning director of 'Rocky', dies at 81

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    His eldest son, Anthony told the Times that John had passed away from pancreatic cancer at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles . Many prominent faces of movies directed by John G. Rocky wasn't Avildsen's only underdog story that became a major franchise. Rocky was made for a modest $1 million USA and generated $225 million in ticket sales to became a cultural phenomenon, with a series of unforgettable characters and scenes and a blend of romance with pugilistic action.
  • Donald Trump faces new lawsuit over business empire

    Donald Trump faces new lawsuit over business empire

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    But this is the first one presented by government entities. The litigation is similar to a case filed this year by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics, a Washington watchdog group. Aside from the issue of the foreign payments ban, Maryland and Washington complain that the presence of a Trump hotel hurts competing hotels in their jurisdictions.
  • USA special forces helping Philippines troops to end city siege

    USA special forces helping Philippines troops to end city siege

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    In a press briefing Saturday, Philippine Army 1st Infantry Division spokesperson Lt. Col. Jo-Ar Herrera clarified that USA forces were only providing technical support and are not part of clashes on the ground. When asked about the military's request, Facebook told the AFP new agency that it would remove accounts that promoted "terrorism". "We are saddened with the result.
  • Manchester United not expected to offer Ibrahimovic a new contract

    Manchester United not expected to offer Ibrahimovic a new contract

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    Despite scoring 28 goals in his debut season for Manchester United , it looks like Zlatan Ibrahimovic won't be at Old Trafford next season. The 35-year-old had an option for a second season at United - following his influential first campaign in English football - but a cruciate ligament has finished his career at Old Trafford.
  • New smart speaker expected as Apple kicks off conference

    New smart speaker expected as Apple kicks off conference

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    Apple has finally unveiled its answer to Amazon's and Google's smart speakers slash digital assistants - and it's called HomePod . Apple will let people play audio in multiple rooms while Google works on introducing that feature to all speakers that have Chromecast built in.
  • Ainslie's Land Rover BAR team break wing in America's Cup semi

    Ainslie's Land Rover BAR team break wing in America's Cup semi

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    The crash happened during the fourth race when Team Land Rover of England was competing against Team Fly Emirates of New Zealand. Burling said Team New Zealand had yet to properly assess exactly what had caused the capsize, although winds were gusting near the maximum allowed for America's Cup racing.
  • Ariana Grande critic Piers Morgan apologizes to singer

    Ariana Grande critic Piers Morgan apologizes to singer

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    The baby then tried to sing along with the pop star herself. Grande, her voice exhausted from the long evening, paused with tears in her eyes before the song's coda as the crowd, made up of people the same age as those who attended her concert in the area less than two weeks earlier, watched on - no doubt exhausted, but no less passionate for it.
  • Tight security and tears at benefit concert for Manchester bomb victims

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    The 23-year-old pop star, who had to leave Manchester after the horrific attack at her May 22 concert here, made sure that her return filled the entire city with joy and happiness once again. The show opened to a minute of silence and a performance by Marcus Mumford of Mumford and Suns. But the American singer's manager Scooter Braun said the Manchester gig now had a "greater purpose" than ever after the country's second terror attack in two weeks.
  • Wonder Woman's No Man's Land Scene Was Almost Cut

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    Pictures and DC Films' Wonder Woman has earned $11 million in Thursday previews with $1.5 million from IMAX. Warner Brothers and DC also have a lot on the line with this film, as they need it to be successful to help shift the tone set by previous movies that are found in this universe.