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Trump Threatens Time Magazine Journalist With Prison Time For Taking Photo

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Trump Threatens Time Magazine Journalist With Prison Time For Taking Photo
President Trump apparently threatened a Time magazine journalist with prison time for taking a picture of a private letter without permission.

The incident happened Monday, June 17, when a group of Time staffers visited the Oval Office for a story about Trump’s re-election campaign, according to a transcript posted online this week by the magazine.

During the interview, Trump asked to go off the record several times, including when he showed the group a letter he said North Korean leader Kim Jong-un sent him.

According to the interview transcript, a photographer apparently tried to snap a picture of the document, angering Trump.

“Excuse me — Under Section II — Well, you can go to prison instead, because, if you use, if you use the photograph you took of the letter that I gave you…” he said.

One of the reporters cut Trump off to ask a question, but he quickly turned his attention back to the photographer.
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‘Prism’: Chloe Wepper, David Alpay & Brooke Smith Cast In NBC’s Rashomon-Inspired Pilot

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‘Prism’: Chloe Wepper, David Alpay & Brooke Smith Cast In NBC’s Rashomon-Inspired Pilot
Exclusive: Chloe Wepper (Good Trouble), The Lottery alum David Alpay and Brooke Smith (The Good Doctor) are set as series regulars in NBC’s Prism pilot, from Daniel and Ben Barnz’s We’re Not Brothers Productions, Carol Mendelsohn, Julie Weitz and Universal Television.

Written by Daniel Barnz, who also directs, Prism is inspired by Rashomon, the 1950 Japanese period psychological thriller directed by Akira Kurosawa. Prism is described as a provocative exploration of a murder trial in which every episode is told through the perspective of a different key person involved. Each new version of the facts ratchets up the mystery and the suspense, calling into question everything we have seen so far and asking is the right person on trial? Driven by an ensemble of complicated characters, the show lets the audience ask if truth matters less than who can tell the most compelling story.

Wepper is Sophie Regen,
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Milo Ventimiglia Named Hasty Pudding Man Of The Year 2019

Milo Ventimiglia is about to receive an incredible honour. Related: Milo Ventimiglia Discusses His Character’s Fate After Sunday’s Emotional ‘This Is Us’ The “This Is Us” star has been named Man of the Year by Harvard University’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the theatrical organization – the oldest in the U.S. – selected Ventimiglia because
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The Five Best Sam Claflin Movies of His Career

The role of an actor is to convince the audience that they are who they’re playing and as a result they’re worth investing some emotion on. Sam Claflin seems like a man that has definitely invested himself into his characters quite a bit and yet for all that it would seem that nominations have been as far as he’s been allowed to go thus far when it comes to recognizing just how great he’s done. He’s won an award for Man of the Year at the Glamour Awards, let’s get that straight, but so far he’s yet to win an

The Five Best Sam Claflin Movies of His Career
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Keanu Reeves in Siberia Arrives on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital September 18th

Keanu Reeves stars in the gripping thriller Siberia, arriving on Blu-ray (plus Digital), DVD and Digital September 18 from Lionsgate.

Keanu Reeves stars in the gripping thriller Siberia, arriving on Blu-ray (plus Digital), DVD and Digital September 18 from Lionsgate. This film is currently available On Demand. The film tells the tale of a U.S. diamond merchant who begins an intense love affair with a local woman and finds himself falling deeper into the treacherous world of the diamond trade. The Siberia Blu-ray and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $21.99 and $19.98, respectively.

Keanu Reeves delivers the action in this thriller packed with pulse-pounding suspense. In Russia to sell rare jewels to a businessman with underworld connections, U.S. diamond merchant Lucas Hill (Reeves) falls into a torrid affair with Katya (Ana Ularu), a local café owner. When the deal suddenly goes south, Lucas and Katya are caught
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Barry Levinson: The Oscar-Winning Director Who Decades Ago Saw TV’s Peak Potential and Trump-like Danger

Barry Levinson: The Oscar-Winning Director Who Decades Ago Saw TV’s Peak Potential and Trump-like Danger
This weekend, Academy Award-winning director Barry Levinson (“Rain Man”) will be honored with the Crystal Globe for outstanding artistic contribution to world cinema at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival in the Czech Republic. Levinson’s feature filmmaking career has been long and varied, having started with writing for Mel Brooks before directing movies that ranged from the personal (“Diner”) to Robin Williams comedies to Oscar-nominated dramas to prescient political satires and Al Pacino-starring biopics (“Paterno” “You Don’t Know Jack”).

Hollywood no longer makes the type of mid-budget, theatrically released feature films Levinson became known for, but he doesn’t share many of his contemporaries’ dismay about the industry’s significant shift toward TV and streaming. A decade before “The Sopranos” and “The Wire” helped usher in the current “Peak TV” wave, Levinson and his Baltimore Pictures was responsible for introducing then-reporter David Simon to TV with “Homicide: Life on the Street
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Williams Fighting Alcoholism After 20 Sober Years

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Williams Fighting Alcoholism After 20 Sober Years
Robin Williams has gone public with his latest battle with alcoholism following tabloid reports he checked into a rehabilitation facility last month after a drinking binge. The movie funnyman, who has been candid about his past drugs and alcohol abuse, reportedly started drinking again while filming The Big White in Alaska two years ago and now he's back in rehab seeking help. Tabloid reports suggest the Good Will Hunting star checked into the Hazelden Springbrook rehab facility in Oregon last month - and even celebrated his 55th birthday there on July 21. Williams' publicist Mara Buxbaum has confirmed the fact that the actor is indeed seeking help to control an alcohol abuse problem. She tells WENN, "After 20 years of sobriety, Robin Williams found himself drinking again and has decided to take proactive measures to deal with this for his own well-being and the wellbeing of his family. He asks that you respect his and his family's privacy during this time. He looks forward to returning to work this fall to support his upcoming film releases." Williams hopes to be healthy again to promote Man Of The Year, which hits cinema screens in October. The Oscar winner follows fellow Hollywood star Mel Gibson, who entered a rehab facility last month following his drink-driving arrest in Malibu, California.

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