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Seth Meyers: Donald Trump Treats Vladimir Putin Like 12 Year-Old Meeting Mickey Mouse At Helsinki Summit

President Donald Trump’s presser following his meeting with Russian ruler Vladimir Putin will go down in the books as “one of the most surreal performances by a president in modern American history,” NBC Late Night host Seth Meyers told viewers. Even before heading to Finland, Trump’s swing through Europe was one of his most disastrous trips yet, including a visit with UK’s Queen Elizabeth, where he embarrassed himself when he broke from protocol and walked aimlessly in… Read

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Donald Trump To Sean Hannity: Vladimir Putin “Very, Very Strong” At Helsinki Summit Presser

Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity, who got first crack at President Donald Trump fresh off his presser with Russian ruler Vladimir Putin, kicked things off praising Trump for his Hillary Clinton digs. “You were very strong at the end of that press conference,” Hannity said, parroting back Trump’s “Where are the servers? Where are those 33K emails?” lines. Trump wanted to give presser credit where it was due, modestly turning talk to Putin’s remarks about Trump. "First of… Read

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Stephen Colbert Finds Mitch McConnell, Devin Nunes, Nestled In Vladimir Putin’s Pocket With Post-Summit Donald Trump

Stephen Colbert devoted his opening monologue to President Donald Trump’s Helsinki presser with Vladimir Putin – a performance “so weird, so disturbing it's really upset people across the partisan divide in ways I have not seen in years,” Colbert said. Trump's behavior unnerved a lot of people but especially former CIA director John Brennan, who tweeted that Trump's press conference performance in Helsinki “rises to & exceeds the threshold of high crimes & misdemeanors… Read

Business

Amazon’s Prime Day Gets Off To Less-Than-Epic Start

Amazon’s invented July shopping holiday, Prime Day, got off to a less-than-epic start Monday. The e-commerce giant’s website experienced outages in the U.S., with thousands of reports of problems flooding into DownDetector, a site that tracks service interruptions and outages. Shoppers who went to the site looking to grab a sweet deal were greeted with images of cute dogs and a message that read: “Sorry, something went wrong on our end. Please go back and try… Read

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Hollywood & Beltway On Summit: Schwarzenegger Calls Donald Trump “Little Wet Noodle, Little Fan Boy” – Update

Refresh for updates Even for Twitter. Even for Hollywood. Even for Beltway pundits and Democratic politicians – the social media response to President Donald Trump’s apparent siding with Russia’s Vladimir Putin over United States intelligence agencies has been nearly as astounding as Trump’s history-making words. Standing next to Putin in Helsinki today, Trump was asked by reporters about Russia’s meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, as outlined Friday in… Read

Business

John Malone To Exit Lionsgate Board

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Liberty Media mogul John Malone and media/technology venture capitalist Scott Paterson will not stand for re-election to the board of directors at Lionsgate, the company said in a regulatory filing today. Both are “retiring” from the board, effective as of Lionsgate’s annual shareholders meeting usually held in the fall. “Messrs. Malone's and Paterson's retirement are not the result of any disagreement with the Company on any matter relating to its operations, policies or… Read

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Artists First Hires Cara Alpert, Promotes Arabella Roberts

Management and production company Artists First (formerly Principato Young Entertainment) is expanding its staff of managers/producers with a new hire and a promotion. Cara Alpert has joined after four years at WME. Since coming over shortly before the company’s May rebrand, Alpert has been focusing on servicing talent with casting opportunities and developing emerging comedic voices. Alpert started at WME as an intern in 2014. She most recently served as a coordinator at… Read

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Stan Lee & POW! Launch New Comic Series After $1B Lawsuit Dropped

EXCLUSIVE: Stan Lee is back with a new comedic series titled Work Force, which depicts the everyday zany lives of boss Lee and his team of superhero employees. Lee and Pow! Entertainment will debut the new episodic novel on www.therealstanlee.com twice per week starting July 17, with new chapters being released every Tuesday and Thursday. Stan Lee’s Work Force isn’t your ordinary hero comic book. It follows the fantastical adventures of heroes within a conventional office… Read

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Ron Burkle’s Yucaipa Sues Lantern For Fraud Over Weinstein Co. Sale Deal

EXCLUSIVE: Ron Burkle’s Yucaipa Companies has filed suit against Lantern Capital today accusing the private equity firm of fraud, breach of contract and other charges in connection with the purchase of The Weinstein Company assets. Looking for a wide range of damages, Yucaipa is claiming it shared confidential information with Lantern as the Dallas-based company positioned itself as the stalking horse bidder for TWC’s assets. Now, Burkle’s side says Lantern is refusing to… Read

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Netflix Unveils First Look At ‘She-Ra And The Princesses Of Power’ Revival

Children of the ’80s rejoice! Netflix and DreamWorks Animation have released the first photos of the She-Ra and the Princesses of Power revival — and she came to slay. The new version of the titular heroine looks quite different from the ’80s series many people grew up with, but it keeps in the spirit of the show featuring the mythical warrior princess that will empower a whole new generation of young women. The images (check them out below) reveal some main characters… Read

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Vladimir Putin To Fox News: Donald Trump Too Insignificant To Collect Dirt On Before Election

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UPDATED with video: Russian ruler Vladimir Putin huffed and puffed his way through a sit down with Fox News, insisting Russia “as a state, has never interfered with the internal affairs of the United States, let alone its elections.” “Do you really believe that someone acting from the Russian territory could have influenced the United States and influenced the choice of millions of Americans?” he asked, wide-eyed. We're sorry to report Chris Wallace did not answer… Read

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Netflix Brass Spins Q2 Miss: “Fundamentals Have Never Been Stronger”

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In their quarterly video conference moderated by a single Wall Street analyst — in this case, Todd Juenger of Sanford Bernstein — Netflix execs shrugged off the company’s disappointing second-quarter results. “The fundamentals have never been stronger,” CEO Reed Hastings said, citing record levels of viewing and positive trends in many global territories. “We're feeling very strongly about the business.” He added that the dip in the second quarter was unrelated to price… Read