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Patty Jenkins Not Signed for 'Wonder Woman 2'…Yet

Now that Diana's childhood and transition into the human world has been taken care of, the opportunities for the next chapter in her story are pretty much wide open. The character was originally written as a Nazi spy and saboteur, but would actually become an ally of Diana's later on - albeit one who could never really be trusted not to lapse back into villainy. Read More »

Trump calls ex-FBI director Comey a 'leaker' after testimony


Comey's testimony in the most widely anticipated congressional hearing in years will put at centre stage a high-stakes clash between two men with vastly different personas. While it is easier to bring an article of impeachment on obstruction charges, the allegation of crimes must be far more detailed than what has been alleged about Trump, Turley said. Read More »

Bill Cosby accuser 'froze' during alleged sex attack


The then-30-year-old director of women's basketball at Temple University - where Cosby was serving on the board of trustees - said she had asked the television star if the pills were herbal, and that he indicated they were. "I don't know what that means", Constand said. "Ms. Johnson [told] me Cosby had invited her to a Bel-Air hotel and had given her a pill to take and that she had gotten semi-unconscious because of whatever she had taken and that he exposed himself to her and taken ... Read More »

Box office for Memorial Day weekend lowest in nearly two decades

How many times does Memorial Day have to tank to keep the blockbusters away? There were also rumors that Johnny Depp's off-screen behavior might have an impact on the movie's bottomline. Paramount's beach-centered action comedy Baywatch , an update of the popular 1990s television show, placed third at US$18.1 million. It was a good try, but they fell short. Read More »

Corbyn vows to force May to resign 'within a matter of days'


The Tories have said they will form a government with the support of the DUP . "We are ready and able to put forward a serious programme which has great support in this country", Corbyn said. Former finance minister George Osborne, who May sacked after taking office following the Brexit vote last June, said she was now a "dead woman walking". Read More »

Bill Cosby 'drugged friend then sexually assaulted her'

She is expected to testify later this week. He asked what he could do to help, and she said all she wanted was an apology. Andrea Constand's mother testified Wednesday about the calls. "Put 'em down, they're your friends". Gianna Constand says she missed a chance to record the call in which Cosby shared lewd details of the January 2004 encounter. Read More »

So is Donald Trump secretly recording conversations or not?

With Republicans controlling the US Congress, any move to impeach the president would need the support of Republicans. In a speech to supporters across town, Trump vowed to fight on. Comey's testimony provided a gripping account of his interactions with Trump and underscored the discord that had soured their relationship. He is the Anne and Joel Ehrenkranz Professor of Law at New York University School of Law . Read More »

Trump accuses Comey of cowardice over 'leaks'

Comey said he believed Trump fired him because of the Russian Federation investigation, and Trump himself cited "this Russian Federation thing" as a motivating factor for his decision to sack Comey during an interview with broadcaster NBC that aired last month. Read More »

Jeremy Corbyn vows to fight Theresa May 'all the way'


On Saturday May's two top aides resigned and a former minister acknowledged that Tories were plotting possible replacements via the messaging service WhatsApp. In Canterbury, a long-standing Brexiteer member of Parliament lost to a Labour candidate, apparently thanks to a surge in student voting. If she remains prime minister - if her famously regicidal party doesn't defenestrate her immediately - her majority will be neither strong nor stable, particularly because her party is riven by ... Read More »

Patty Jenkins Isn't Signed On To Direct 'Wonder Woman 2' Yet

Lilly Aspell had some huge shoes (or boots) to fill at only nine-years-old. Wonder Woman is the first female superhero to be given the "big screen treatment" in the modern superhero era and according to Warner Bros "is the flawless movie to bring us into summer". Read More »

Cosby's lawyers try to paint accuser as opportunist

Alred, 75, was escorted out by Montgomery County court officers who have strictly enforced a zero tolerance policy regarding mobile and PDA use since the trial started on Monday. "She was having a lot of nightmares", her mother said "It was very, very frequent that she would scream in her sleep or wake up in a sweat". Agrusa also said that just weeks after the alleged assault Constand joined Cosby at a dinner with other guests, and gave him a present on behalf of one of her friends. Read More »

Wonder Woman 2: Patty Jenkins Not Signed On Yet

She took over Wonder Woman after Michelle MacLaren left over creative differences. The Wonder Woman Shop includes everything you want including collectibles, clothing, accessories, Funko Pop Vinyls, action figures, iPhone covers and much , much more. Read More »

Hamilton notches sixth Canadian Grand Prix victory


Ferrari had been stymied nearly from the start. Fleetingly, perhaps, the Ferrari juggernaut has been halted and Hamilton, whose immaculate weekend was rounded off by his feat of matching Senna's 65 pole positions, was clearly in a mood to make hay while the sun shone. Read More »

Gal Gadot is a wonder in 'Wonder Woman'

The creative mastermind explained: "To get her guidance, as the person who has been carrying the mantle of Wonder Woman for all these years and is the one who inspired so many of us to love Wonder Woman ". Gadot had thoughts of her own, taking a softer approach. " Wonder Woman " isn't ideal - there are a few wonky moments, especially some cartoonish early scenes of Diana growing up on the island of Themyscira, among the Amazon warrior women. Read More »

What is a hung parliament - and what happens next?

The poll forecast the Scottish National Party (SNP) would win 34 seats, the center-left Liberal Democrats 14, the Welsh nationalist party Plaid Cymru three and the Greens one. Not only has the vote weakened her negotiating position with the E.U., Tony Travers, an elections expert at LSE tells TIME , she will find herself with have a weak hand in Parliament. Read More »

The UK's 'Hung Parliament' and what it means for Brexit

The Conservatives' campaign was focussed closely on Ms. Reports had also been circulating that senior Conservative ministers in May's Cabinet had warned her that they would challenge her leadership of the party unless she became more inclusive, consulted more widely and fired Hill and Timothy. Read More »

'Wonder Woman' soars in its second weekend as 'The Mummy' staggers


Universal execs said, the Mummy's ultimate financial standing will largely depend on its foreign showing. Universal has burned up its goodwill with The Mummy regardless of profitability. You obviously want to set a somewhat consistent tone, so that people know what to expect when you see these movies, but it would be ideal for each movie to have its own identity, which is largely going to be dependent on who is directing the films and who is starring in the films. Read More »

Southgate calls for more clinical England after late Scotland drama


But with only a minute left of injury time captain Harry Kane saved England's unbeaten qualifying record with a cool finish as the game eneded 2-2. The Scots had a half-chance in the 58th minute when Griffiths teed up Andy Robertson on the edge of the area, but after taking an extra touch he guided his effort over the crossbar. Read More »

Summerhays storms into lead as struggling Dufner shoots 77


Jason Dufner made four back-nine birdies and rebounded from a disastrous third round to win the weather-delayed Memorial on Sunday at Muirfield Village. I was disappointed and pissed off. "I think just being part of history in golf is incredible to me". "My goal was to get in contention, be in this situation and I'm here". Read More »

'Wonder Woman' Set to Top 'The Mummy' in Second Weekend

This one was way different though, and fans saw a different Tom Cruise in this one. Universal's, a unit of Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA) The Mummy , starring Tom Cruise , opened to $32.2-M domestically from 4,035 theaters, a slow start for a Summer event film. Read More »

Without 'Hamilton' buzz, Tony Awards put on brave face


The best play and best musical Tonys, as noted above, are given to the show's producers. There are other formidable names in the category, including Broadway darling Patti LuPone (for " War Paint ") and 2016 " Hamilton " Tony victor Phillipa Soo (for " Amelie "). Read More »

Patty Jenkins Is Attached To Direct Wonder Woman 2


Wonder Woman and Steve address some risky things and it places perfectly into how they both look at their gender. "Women's careers move at a slower pace than their male counterparts, with men most often able to jump higher, faster", she said. Read More »

Predators fall 4-1 to Penguins, trail 2-0 in Finals


The Pittsburgh Penguins came one step closer to repeating as Stanley Cup Champions Wednesday night when they defeated the Nashville Predators by a final score of 4-1. Subban, a Predators fan throwing a catfish onto the ice and the Penguins enduring a 37-minute shot drought and scoring the victor on the next shot they took. Read More »

One Love Manchester Concert Raises $3.5 Million And Counting

Ariana's decision to release the cover song comes after she also re-released her 2014 hit One Last Time , which she also performed live at the concert, as a charity single . She wrote, "broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words". This is in any case what illustrates the latest video published by Ariana Grande on his account Instagram the day before yesterday. Read More »

Taylor Swift to Spotify: You belong with me

That said , the timing certainly feels a little purposeful, making it a convenient little dig in Perry's direction. Or perhaps the pop star is preparing to release a new album and wants everyone to be humming the tune to "22" in their head before she releases it. Read More »

Wonder Woman screening to raise money for women's services

Wonder Woman is powerful in a multitude of ways, some beyond the physical, which makes her a unique pop culture figure. The creative mastermind explained: "To get her guidance, as the person who has been carrying the mantle of Wonder Woman for all these years and is the one who inspired so many of us to love Wonder Woman ". Read More »

UK election surprise adds to Japanese Brexit worries


If she is to succeed in delivering the end of Britain's European Union membership which 52 per cent of the British public demanded previous year, she must find a way to recapture the full support of her party because she will need their votes to pass legislation preparing for and ultimately enacting the departure. Read More »

Burt Ward, Seth MacFarlane, others mourn death of Adam West

West's Batman , which ran from 1966 through 1968, was a campy , color-saturated, pop-art inflected frolic, a light-hearted look at a superhero who's usually celebrated for his darkness. Refresh For Updates Adam West , TV's Batman - and, for some fans, still the only Batman - is being remembered by fans and colleagues today. Read More »

Christian MP says gay rights will be maintained in Tory-DUP deal

A deal between the government and the DUP could also unsettle the precarious balance between Northern Ireland's British loyalist and Irish nationalist parties. The DUP has courted controversy with its opposition to gay rights- using " petitions of concern" in Stormont to prevent the legalisation of same sex marriage, even though a majority of members of the parliament supported the move. Read More »

The Losers Of British Democracy

But British parliamentary elections are a very different beast from US elections. Since no party has an absolute majority to form a government , there are two options. Mr Hammond, 61, was named Chancellor of The exchequer by Mrs May shortly after she took over as prime minister almost a year ago, in the wake of Britain's decision to leave the European Union . Read More »