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NBA Coach Gregg Popovich Sports Priceless In-Game Reaction to New Hampshire Results (Video)

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San Antonio Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich is a terrific basketball mind and a surly fella. Hearing the results out of New Hampshire didn’t quite help that second trait on Tuesday night. During the requisite post-first quarter on-court interview, Pop was his usual self — a miserable man of few words just going through the motions because he contractually must. On his impressions of the roundball game thus far, the five-time NBA champion simply told TNT’s David Aldridge, “We’re behind and they’re ahead … they scored more than we did.” A fine summation, for sure. Also Read: Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Win New. »


- Tony Maglio

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Time Warner’s Q4 HBO Growth Can’t Offset Company’s Box Office Sales Drop

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Time Warner Inc. unveiled a mixed bag in earnings early Wednesday morning, reporting a downshift in fourth-quarter revenue but an uptick in earnings. The bottomline was good enough for the company to increase its quarterly cash dividend by 15 percent. It was the company’s cable TV offerings — HBO and Turner — that grew the top line, but the comparitive-quarter box office sales declines out of Warner Bros. more than offset any positive revenue momentum as a whole. Time Warner ended up reporting Q4 earnings per share (Eps) of $1.06 on $7.08 billion in revenue. The pleasant earnings were a nickel above Wall »


- Tony Maglio

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Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Penelope Cruz, Will Ferrell Strike a Pose at ‘Zoolander 2’ NYC Premiere (Photos)

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Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Penelope Cruz and Will Ferrell strutted out in character on Tuesday night at the New York City premiere of “Zoolander 2.” Reprising their roles from the original 2001 comedy about pouting male model Derek Zoolander and his colorful cohorts, the stars were dressed in outrageous fashion when they welcomed fans at the Alice Tully Hall in Manhattan. Ferrell looked like he was wearing “Hunger Games” Capitol Couture, while Wilson appeared to be in space-themed silk pajamas, as Cruz showed off her model figure in a short jumpsuit. Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux at Zoolander 2 premiere/Getty Images »


- Debbie Emery

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‘Zoolander 2’ Review: Ben Stiller’s Comedy Sequel Falls Quickly Out of Fashion

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Anyone in the world of style knows that a fashion show should build until it ends with the kind of show-stopping garment that brings the audience to their feet. Sadly, “Zoolander 2” front-loads its few clever moments in the first 10 or so minutes, and the rest of the movie is a forced march to not-funny. 2001’s original “Zoolander,” built around an impressively stupid male model character originally created by Ben Stiller for the VH1 Fashion Awards, managed to be the kind of pleasantly dopey movie that becomes the background for a late night with friends and that spawns the sort. »


- Alonso Duralde

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‘The Flash’ Teases ‘Supergirl’ Crossover With Melissa Benoist Cameo

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The crossover between The CW’s “The Flash” and CBS’ “Supergirl” got a little more real Tuesday night when the Kryptonian was glimpsed briefly during an episode of “The Flash.” The long-rumored crossover was recently made official, with Grant Gustin set to play speedster Barry Allen on an episode of the CBS superhero drama. Gustin will appear in the “Supergirl” episode set to air on Monday, March 28. Also Read: 'The Flash,' 'Supergirl' Crossover Is Happening! Grant Gustin to Guest on CBS Series But before that, Melissa Benoist‘s Kara Zor-El, aka Supergirl, was briefly seen flying »


- Linda Ge

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Tommy Kelly, ‘Adventures of Tom Sawyer’ Actor, Dies at 90

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Tommy Kelly, who played the title role in the 1938 movie version of “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer,” has died. He was 90. Kelly passed away from congestive heart failure on Jan. 25, 2016, in Greensboro, North Carolina, his son announced on Tuesday. Along with starring in the film adaptation of Mark Twain’s classic adventure story, Kelly was predominantly known for his work as a child star and went on to appear in “Gone With the Wind,” “The Magnificent Yankee,” “Life Begins for Andy Hardy,” “Mug Town,” “He Walked By Night,” “Battleground” and “The West Point Story.” Also Read: Daniel Gerson, 'Big Hero 6' Screenwriter, »


- Debbie Emery

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Courteney Cox Comedy Gets Pilot Order From Fox

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Courteney Cox‘s latest comedy “Charity Case” has landed a pilot order from Fox. The single-camera comedy is written by former “The Office” writer-producer Robert Padnick and will be directed by James GriffithsABC Studios will co-produce with 20th Century Fox TV. “Charity Case” tells the story of Hailey (Cox), who when she inherits her late billionaire husband’s charity, quickly finds that changing the world is far less glamorous than she had imagined. Also Read: 'Friends' Cast Reunites, Bonds With 'Big Bang Theory' Stars (Photo) Cox, Padnick and Griffiths will executive produce. The show marks Cox’s return to »


- Debbie Emery

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Espn Ends Exclusive Advertising Deal With DraftKings

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Espn has dissolved its exclusive advertising deal with popular daily fantasy sports company DraftKings, Yahoo Finance reported Tuesday. The Disney-owned sports giant first announced the deal — which was worth around $250 million — in June 2015. Last football season, DraftKings ran a blitz of commercials that significantly raised the profile for the industry. The death of the deal is the latest blow to the daily fantasy industry, which is embroiled in a legal battle with New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to remain open in the Empire State. The site and rival FanDuel are also reportedly under investigation by the FBI and a Florida grand jury. »


- Debbie Emery

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O.J. Fact Check: Two White Broncos?

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(Spoiler alert: Please do not read on if you haven’t watched Tuesday’s episode of “The People vs. O.J. Simpson”) About halfway into tonight’s episode of “The People vs. O.J. Simpson,” Marcia Clark turns away from the white Bronco chase on television and asks a very good question. “How is O.J. back in his white Bronco?” the prosecutor, played by Sarah Paulson, asks. “I mean, the Bronco was full of blood. We impounded it. How could he be driving it again?” “Believe it or not, there are two white Broncos,” Det. Tom Lange (played by Chris Bauer) replies. »


- Tim Molloy

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HuffPost’s Donald Trump Headline: ‘Wtf Gop? Racist, Sexist, Xenophobic Demogogue Wins Nh’

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The Huffington Post’s headline immediately following Donald Trump’s victory in the New Hampshire primary read: “Wtf Gop? Racist, Sexist, Xenophobic Demogogue Wins Nh.” Visitors who clicked on that headline were greeted with another: “A Racist, Sexist Demagogue Just Won The New Hampshire Primary.” The subhead said, “Donald Trump seriously did it.” Also Read: Donald Trump to Be Labeled 'Racist Bully' on Every HuffPost Story The website has refused to consider Trump a real politician, and often covers him in its entertainment section. Stories about him also include a disclaimer calling him a “racist bully.” Back in July, when »


- Brian Flood

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‘Prodigal Son’ Theater Review: John Patrick Shanley Loves What He Sees in Mirror of His Youth

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John Patrick Shanley looks back at his prep-school days and gives himself an A for both brains and beauty. His new play, “Prodigal Son,” opened Tuesday at Mtc’s Center Stage 1, and while it doesn’t have much to offer as a play, it does tell us much about this writer’s high opinion of himself. In a Playbill note, Shanley writes that “Prodigal Son” is about his days at the Thomas More Preparatory School in New Hampshire in the late 1960s. “It is a true story for the most part,” he reports. Shanley claims victim status for his younger self, »


- Robert Hofler

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Rolling Stone Pilot in Development at Showtime on Heels of El Chapo Story

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Showtime is developing a docuseries based on Rolling Stone stories, TheWrap has learned. The unscripted series is be a “pop culture focused docu-series in the vein of Rolling Stone magazine.” The magazine’s head of digital operations Gus Wenner, son of Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner, will serve as executive producer on the half-hour series from Left/Right, alongside Banks Tarver and Ken Druckerman. Also read: Sean Penn and Kate del Castillo's Excellent El Chapo Adventure Isn't Journalism Rolling Stone recently made headlines when it published an interview by Sean Penn with Mexican drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán »


- Reid Nakamura

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Kristin Cavallari’s Brother Michael’s Death Ruled Accidental

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The death of Kristin Cavallari’s brother, Michael, was ruled accidental on Tuesday. A Utah medical examiner determined that the 30-year-old died of hypothermia after walking away from his car in rocky southern Utah terrain in frigid temperatures, according to a press release from the Grand County Sheriff’s office. Grand County Sheriff Steven White said they are waiting on toxicology reports to find out if Cavallari had any drugs in his system. White added that the autopsy report closes the case, but questions may forever linger about what exactly happened. Also Read: Kristin Cavallari's Brother Michael Found Dead »


- Debbie Emery

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Triumph the Insult Comic Dog Talks Politics With College Kids (Video)

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The New Hampshire primary might be over, but Triumph the Insult Comic Dog isn’t ready to stop talking politics. “Triumph’s Election Special 2016” is now streaming on Hulu. The special features Triumph reporting from various states, chasing down Ted Cruz, attending town halls and even appearing at a Donald Trump rally. He also talks to young voters about gender identification, how to properly address a female student, and how to define the term “trigger warning.” Also Read: Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Win New Hampshire Primaries “In this video there will be the clear depiction of a dog pretending »


- Brian Flood

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Natalie Portman, Nicholas Hoult, Thandie Newton Join Cast of ‘The Death and Life of John F Donovan’

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Natalie Portman, Nicholas Hoult and Thandie Newton are the latest names to join the ensemble cast of  “The Death and Life of John F. Donovan.” The actors will appear alongside Kit Harington, Jessica Chastain, Susan Sarandon, Kathy Bates, Taylor Kitsch and Michael Gambon, who were all previously named to appear in the first English-language film by award-winning actor/writer/director Xavier Dolan. “From ‘Crash’ to ‘Closer,’ Besson’s ‘Professional,’ ‘About A Boy,’ ‘Skins ‘and more recently ‘Mad Max,’ Natalie, Thandie and Nicholas have always inspired me, and helped define what I like and find exciting in acting,” the “Mommy” filmmaker said in a statement Tuesday. »


- Debbie Emery

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Mazel Tov! Bernie Sanders Becomes First Jewish Primary Winner

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Bernie Sanders is the first Jewish candidate to win a presidential primary in U.S. history. Sanders beat Hillary Clinton in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday, but she established another first last week: She was the first woman to win a state contest in the presidential race when she narrowly defeated Sanders in Iowa. Ted Cruz, meanwhile, was the first Latino to win. He beat Donald Trump in Iowa. Also Read: Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Win New Hampshire Primaries The Jerusalem Post was among the first news outlets to take note of Sanders’ historic moment. Sanders was favored over »


- Brian Flood

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Kanye West Declares Bill Cosby Innocent, Twitter Strongly Disagrees

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Kanye West has invoked the wrath of the Twitter community by appearing to defend scandal-plagued comedian Bill Cosby. West lit up the Twittersphere on Tuesday with a tweet declaring, simply, “Bill Cosby Innocent !!!!!!!!!!” The rapper didn’t elaborate further than that, but those three simple words — and a bunch of exclamation marks — were enough to draw quick disapproval. Also Read: Bill Cosby's Ex-Lawyer Dismissed From Janice Dickinson Lawsuit “@kanyewest I have a better album title,” one person responded, an apparent reference to the ever-changing title of West’s upcoming album. Other responses went heavy on the outrage. “Seriously tho, »


- Tim Kenneally

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Can Ryan Reynolds’ ‘Deadpool’ Dominate ‘Zoolander 2,’ ‘How to Be Single’ at Box Office?

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Deadpool,” the Fox action film starring Ryan Reynolds as the Marvel Comics superhero with a boulder on his shoulder, is expected to dominate the Valentine’s Day and Presidents Day weekend box office and could hit $70 million. Fox’s projections are about $10 million lower, but analysts see Marvel’s first hard-r-rated superhero movie cruising past “Kung Fu Panda 3” and the two other films opening wide this weekend, “Zoolander 2” and “How to Be Single.” Paramount’s Ben Stiller fashion comedy will finish in the mid- to high-$20 million range for the four days, while Warner Bros.’ ensemble romantic comedy starring Rebel Wilson and Dakota. »


- Todd Cunningham

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Why Viceland Doesn’t Want You to See Its Ratings

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When Vice’s new cable channel launches later this month, it will offer shows from the likes of Ellen Page, Eddie Huang and Action Bronson. But it will not offer any transparency about who is watching them. Ratings for Viceland — which is co-owned by A+E Networks and set to debut Feb. 29 — will not be publicly available for the network’s first six months. Nielsen will measure Viceland’s viewership, but neither Nielsen nor the network will release the numbers to the media. Viceland can still share the numbers with advertisers to persuade them to buy commercials. But because Viceland produces all its own programming, »


- Daniel Holloway

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‘Fuller House’ Trailer Brings the ‘Full House’ Gang Back Together (Video)

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The “Full House” gang is back together in the first trailer for Netflix’s spinoff series “Fuller House.” “Fuller House” stars Candace Cameron-Bure, Andrea Barber and Jodie Sweetin, reprising their roles as DJ Tanner, Kimmy Gibler and Stephanie Tanner, respectively. The new trailer reveals DJ is having trouble raising three sons on her own, prompting younger sis Stephanie and best friend Kimmy to move in to help – just like Danny Tanner (Bob Saget) was helped out by Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) and Joey (Dave Coulier) in the original series. Also Read: 'Fuller House' Cast Unveils New Clip on 'Ellen' (Video) There’s tons of. »


- Linda Ge

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