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Midler ignores exit music during Tony Awards speech

Midler ignores exit music during Tony Awards speech

Midler, who won best actress in a musical for her performance in " Hello, Dolly! " spent most of her acceptance speech thanking a lot of people. Justin Paul , left, and Benj Pasek arrive at the 71st annual Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall on Sunday, June 11, 2017, in NY. The Late Show host presented the award for Best Revival and quickly went on to talk about the "revival down in Washington, D.C".


Wonder Woman sinks The mummy at North American box office

Wonder Woman sinks The mummy at North American box office

Domestically (in America) the film has not gone down that well with a $32.2 million debut, but internationally the film has and takes $141.8 million, the film is opened in 64 countries this week. Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst for comScore , said "The Mummy " opening showed the challenge of launching a franchise with North American audiences, who are more deterred by bad reviews .


Trump's Carrier deal backfires as jobs move to Mexico anyway

Trump's Carrier deal backfires as jobs move to Mexico anyway

Union officials told CNBC they've heard nothing from the company on potential relocation to other factories for the laid-off workers, only receiving a notice that the first round of cuts, totaling 338 jobs, will occur on July 20, with 290 more jobs being eliminated on December 22.



Spider-Man Cosplayers Take Over a Plane in Japan

Sony has lifted the social media embargo on Spider-Man: Homecoming and it seems critics have taken a liking to the wall-crawler's latest adventure. Lucky readers in Chicago and Milwaukee can get the scoop early, though, because we're offering free tickets to advance screenings in both cities for next Wednesday, June 28.



Five GOP senators now oppose health bill, enough to sink it

Under special rules McConnell is using that will block Democrats from using a filibuster to kill the bill, the legislation can not include provisions that make policy changes that don't primarily affect the budget. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell unveiled the bill at a closed-door session with party faithful. Democrats were hoping to scare off as many Republican votes as possible by planning efforts around the country to criticize the measure.