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Court nixes rifle target maker's defamation suit against NBC
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NEW YORK (AP) — A federal appeals court says a rifle target maker missed its mark when it said in a lawsuit that NBC mischaracterized its exploding targets as bombs.

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Tue Jul 25 12:13:08 EDT 2017

 

Blac Chyna has a new ride — and it comes with a very impressive price tag.

Less than three weeks after she returned a slew of jewelry and luxury cars to her ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian following his explosive social media rampage against her, Chyna, 29, took to social media on Monday to show off her brand-new 2017 488 Ferrari Spider. (Fun fact: Kendall and Kylie Jenner have matching ones.)

The car’s suggested retail price reportedly starts at $272,700, though Chyna’s is likely more expensive considering the many customizations, including Forgiato wheels.

In addition to sharing pictures and videos of the car itself, Chyna also shared a video of herself inside with her 4-year-old son with ex Tyga, King Cairo Stevenson, as well as a photo of herself climbing into the driver’s seat with her 8-month-old daughter Dream, whom she shares with Kardashian, 30.

FROM PEN: At Home With Blac Chyna (& Baby Dream!) as She Moves on from Rob Kardashian Scandal

 

In his July 5 tirade, Kardashian took to Instagram and Twitter to repeatedly share graphic and expletive-ridden content about his ex — including three naked photos — while accusing her of drug use, alcohol abuse and infidelity. He also publicly boasted about purchasing her lavish gifts, claiming he bought her “250k” worth of jewelry. Chyna and her legal team accused him of violating California’s revenge porn laws, and a judge has since granted her a set of restraining orders. The two are scheduled to return to court on Aug. 8.

In an exclusive sit-down with PEOPLE earlier this month, Chyna said she returned many of Kardashian’s gifts because she “can’t be bought.”

“I’m not going to let hang something over my head anymore,” she said. “I also read that he said that he took the cars back. No, he did not. Those cars were leased, and I was going to have to give them back anyway.”

“The day he posted all that stuff, I had two of my assistants drive the cars over to his house along with the jewelry, along with my engagement ring,” she added. “You know what? I didn’t even ask Robert for anything back. I’d actually bought him a Range Rover.”

Chyna also slammed critics who question the sincerity of her controversial relationship with Kardashian, speculating that she was just out for his money.

“I make my own money — I’ve been making my own money for a very, very long time,” she said. “My first job was at McDonald’s when I was 15. Years later, right after I had King, I wanted to do something that expressed myself, so I started Lashed Cosmetics. The lipsticks, the full skincare line, the beauty bar and 88Fin clothing trickled down from that.”

“Nobody supports me at all,” she added. “If anything, I’ve gotten other people more money … I’ll leave it at that.”


Tue Jul 25 12:07:55 EDT 2017

Once saying that he would rather “slash his wrists” then play James Bond again, British actor Daniel Craig is reportedly stepping back into 007s’s shoes.

The 49-year-old actor will once again play Ian Fleming’s iconic secret service agent, The New York Times reported, in Bond’s upcoming big screen outing — set to hit theaters November 8, 2019.

Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, who have written the last six Bond installments, will once again write this film — as previously reported. It will be the 25th officially outing of the character on the big screen.

Reps for Craig and the film had no comment to PEOPLE.

The news comes after the typically tough-talking star repeatedly said he’d never return as Bond — but as 007 fans know, never say never again. 

When asked whether he was interested in working for Her Majesty’s Secret Service on screen again, Craig was blunt. “Now? I’d rather break this glass and slash my wrists. No, not at the moment,” he said. “Not at all. That’s fine. I’m over it at the moment. We’re done. All I want to do is move on.”

But even then, Craig — who first played Bond in 2006’s Casino Royale — kept the door open on the character. “If I did another Bond movie, it would only be for the money,” he told Time Out.


Tue Jul 25 12:07:17 EDT 2017

Another Ugly Betty reunion took place in Los Angeles—and for the sweetest reason!

In support of their former costar Vanessa Williams, actresses America Ferrera and Ana Ortiz formed part of the audience at Sondheim on Sondheim, a benefit concert that took place last Sunday at The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. At the show, Broadway stars came together to perform the hits of composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim including Williams, Jonathan Groff (Glee), and Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Modern Family).

After the performance, Ferrera and Ortiz made sure to snap a picture of their Ugly Betty reunion. Ferrera then shared the photo on her Instagram with a beautiful message, while also giving a shoutout to Tyler Ferguson’s performance.

“Pretty sure our seat neighbors at The Hollywood Bowl last night were so over me and @therealanaortiz screaming “Go Vanessa” really loudly. But that’s how our #uglybettyfamily rolls. @vanessawilliamsofficial killed it at Sondheim on Sondheim. And @jessetyler Knocked it out! Seeing my #UglyBettyFamily always makes me so happy! #familiaforever #redeyes,” the Superstore star wrote in her caption.

Talks of an Ugly Betty revival were addressed in February when the cast got together for an Entertainment Weekly-sponsored reunion panel at the ATX Television Festival. Ferrera joked that Hulu picked up a two-hour special of the show then revealed that it wasn’t true but suggested fans tweet using #HuluBringBackUglyBetty. “We need a hashtag and tweet it out, and then we’re going to get Hulu to buy a two-hour special,” she said.

Creator of the comedy-drama series, Silvio Horta, added, “There are a lot more stories. I will say that being here with everybody, listening to these ideas, it’s kind of refreshing. Here’s the only thing I know for sure: If we were to do something, it would be a dream, but everybody on this stage would have to be involved.”



MIAMI (AP) — Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay cooked up a unique dish while filming in Florida: Burmese python. Ramsay joined Kyle Penniston of Miami on July 15 to hunt invasive pythons in the Everglades for an upcoming episode of his competitive-cooking television variety show "The F Word with Gordon Ramsay."

People don't usually move very fast in Cold War thrillers. Mostly, the only time anyone runs is right before they get shot in the back.

NEW YORK (AP) — Al Gore admits he was frustrated upon hearing the news last month that President Trump was pulling out of the Paris Climate Accord, but since then he's become more optimistic.

NEW YORK (AP) — Two Ohio college students who connected on Tinder have finally met after three years of excuses on the dating platform.

NEW YORK (AP) — Nielsen will begin to tabulate how many people get their live TV from Hulu and YouTube, giving media companies and advertisers a better idea of how many people now stream broadcast networks rather than watching them on traditional TV.

NEW YORK (AP) — Kathryn Bigelow hasn't forgotten the out-of-body experience she felt when she won the best director Academy Award for her 2009 "The Hurt Locker."

"The Lost Ones: a Novel" (William Morrow), by Sheena Kamal Vancouver research assistant/receptionist Nora Watts technically isn't a detective — though she works for a private investigating firm — but her skills at finding people and detecting liars is almost peerless.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Backstreet Boys got their first hit country song this year on a collaboration with country duo Florida Georgia and now the two powerhouse acts are teaming up for a "CMT Crossroads" episode airing Aug.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Disney has parted ways with a YouTube star days after a local television news report that revealed some of his Los Angeles neighbors were fed up with his stunts.

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — There's a new take on the hit Latin pop song "Despacito." And this one is not garnering accolades from its producers.

NEW YORK (AP) — Fox News Channel on Monday clarified but didn't apologize for a weekend segment that The New York Times said falsely accused the newspaper of revealing intelligence information that enabled Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to elude capture by U.S.

CLEVELAND (AP) — Roger Daltrey's voice may not soar as it once did. But even after 50 years of touring he hasn't lost his teenage spirit.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The news was good for two of the three new openers this weekend. Christopher Nolan's World War II epic "Dunkirk" topped the charts with $50.5 million, while the buddy comedy "Girls Trip" earned $31.2 million to take second place.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Latest on announcements related to the death of Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington. (all times EST): 6:29 p.m.

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is getting a little more thrilling at Universal Orlando Resort. The theme park resort announced Monday that it would be building a new roller coaster that will showcase favorite characters from J.K.

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The actor who played a gentle giant named Hodor in the HBO show "Game of Thrones" has made his Las Vegas pool party debut.

DETROIT (AP) — "Detroit" star John Boyega says his new movie may be set a half-century ago, but it explores issues that remain relevant.

NEW YORK (AP) — Dale Earnhardt Jr. will have a new way to voice his racing opinions next season — on television. NASCAR's most popular driver will join NBC Sports Group's coverage of stock car racing next year and there may be more options once he climbs out of the car for good.

NEW YORK (AP) — Linkin Park said their hearts are broken following the death of lead singer Chester Bennington, who died by hanging last week.

NEW YORK (AP) — Justin Bieber is canceling the rest of his Purpose World Tour "due to unforeseen circumstances." His representatives didn't offer details about the cancellation in a statement released Monday but said the singer "loves his fans and hates to disappoint them."

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — South African media say a publisher withdrew a book that documents Nelson Mandela's medical treatments following complaints that the book violates doctor-patient confidentiality.

PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron has received pop singer and philanthropist Bono at the Elysee Palace in Paris for talks about poverty.

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump told a reporter asking questions Monday to be "quiet." A White House reporter called out questions as Trump posed for photographs with interns in the East Room.

NEW YORK (AP) — George RR Martin says the next "Song of Ice and Fire" book has a real chance of coming out in 2018. But don't count on it yet.