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Chris Christie to Jimmy Fallon on Donald Trump's Success: "Life Is a Strange, Strange Ride"

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Chris Christie spent a fair amount of time during his Tonight Show appearance discussing one particular opponent in the presidential race. The New Jersey governor's Monday appearance on the NBC talk show marked his first late-night sit-down since announcing his current presidential campaign, and host Jimmy Fallon asked for his thoughts on Donald Trump leading the polls. "I completely expected that, didn't you?" Christie responded sarcastically. "Everything he does is fabulous, wonderful, spectacular, amazing. It's the best." Christie then got more serious as he acknowledged that the election is still a long ways off and that "there's

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- Ryan Gajewski

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'Coach' Follow-Up Dead at NBC

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NBC's Coach revival will not be moving forward. The network has opted to cancel the straight-to-series follow-up starring Craig T. Nelson, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. Barry Kemp — who created the original series that ran on ABC for nine seasons — was attached to write the NBC follow-up and exec produce the Universal Television multicamera series with Nelson. See more Broadcast TV's Returning Shows 2015-16 The series was poised to pick up 18 years after Coach went off the air in 1997 following a nearly 200-episode run. Nelson's beleaguered football coach has now retired and is called

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- Lesley Goldberg

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Marvel Shake-Up: Film Chief Kevin Feige Breaks Free of CEO Ike Perlmutter (Exclusive)

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After what one source describes as "several years of frustration," Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has pulled off a reorganization of the vaunted film company that has him reporting to Disney studio chief Alan Horn as opposed to the infamously micromanaging Marvel Entertainment CEO Isaac "Ike" Perlmutter. Feige, the architect of Marvel's transition from a flailing comic book company into a film powerhouse that was sold to Disney for $4 billion in 2009, is said to have vented his unhappiness to Horn and Disney CEO Bob Iger earlier this summer. The reorganization was put into effect last week, according

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- Kim Masters, Matthew Belloni

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