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●  'Hamilton' -- 4 things to know in honor of July 4th
You now have more than one "shot.".
●  See what's streaming in July
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●  Meet your new American patriots
The Patriots aren't just a football team..
●  Brie Larson reveals some major roles she lost out on
Before she was "Captain Marvel," Brie Larson says she missed out on some big movies..
●  'Harry Potter' fan sites distance themselves from J.K. Rowling over gender identity comments
Two of the biggest "Harry Potter" fan websites have condemned author J.K. Rowling following her publication of a controversial essay on gender identity last month..
●  Nick Cordero's wife says he may need a double lung transplant to recover from coronavirus
Nick Cordero would likely need a double lung transplant to heal the damage he's suffered from complications of Covid-19..
●  'John Lewis: Good Trouble' highlights the civil rights icon's remarkable life
"John Lewis: Good Trouble" derives its title from a favorite saying of the civil-rights icon and longtime congressman, but "Being John Lewis" -- and witnessing the effect he has on those who meet him -- might be equally apt. A fitting if slightly disjointed tribute, the CNN Films documentary is somehow both timely and timeless in honoring a man who has spent his entire adult life in the public arena..
●  Jennifer Aniston is here with a friendly reminder to 'wear a damn mask'
Jennifer Aniston showed us her mask, now she wants to see yours..
●  Watch the 'Queer Eye' team give the Flyers' mascot a makeover
Netflix released a mini-episode of reality show 'Queer Eye' featuring hockey team Philadelphia Flyers' mascot, Gritty..
●  'Warrior Nun' is Netflix's latest weird flight into the comic-book/fantasy genre
Netflix's everything-and-the-kitchen-sink programming strategy includes taking flyers on concepts that border on the bizarre, and so it is with "Warrior Nun." Inspired by Manga novels, this 10-episode series meanders a lot while offering a "Stranger Things"-type vibe, serving as a weird diversion that, on the road to goodness, doesn't even get halfway there..
●  Vanilla Ice weekend concert canceled in Texas
Vanilla Ice may want to stop, collaborate and listen regarding his planned holiday weekend concert..
●  Singer Duffy slams Netflix over kidnap film '365 Days,' saying it 'glamorizes' sexual violence
Welsh singer Duffy, who revealed earlier this year that she had been kidnapped and raped, has written an open letter to Netflix, criticizing the streaming service for its decision to air the "erotic" kidnap film "365 Days.".
●  'Westworld' creators set to make 'Fallout' Amazon series based on video game franchise
"Westworld" creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy are creating a show for Amazon based on the "Fallout" video game franchise, according to a report from Variety..
●  Tom Hanks: 'Shame on you' if you aren't wearing a mask
One of the world's most famous Covid-19 survivors has reportedly made his feelings known about those who don't wear masks..
●  21 Savage aiming to help kids with financial literacy during quarantine
21 Savage is expanding his mission to help underserved children during the pandemic..
●  Alyssa Milano hits back over alleged blackface photo
Alyssa Milano is rejecting an accusation she wore blackface..
●  'Beavis and Butt-Head' gets an upgrade with two new seasons by Mike Judge
Comedy Central today announced "Beavis and Butt-Head" creator Mike Judge will reimagine the Gen X MTV series in two new seasons. Judge will also create additional spin-offs and specials of the animated series..
●  Oscars organization's new members further expand diversity
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is pushing ahead with its diversity goals..
●  'We were in that first wave of creative diarrhea' -- Chris O'Dowd says celebrities' 'Imagine' cover was a mistake
Chris O'Dowd admits that singing John Lennon's "Imagine" amid the coronavirus pandemic was not the greatest idea..
●  Catherine Deneuve shines in the mother-daughter tale 'The Truth'
If and when there's an Oscar ceremony, there ought to be considerable talk about Catherine Deneuve and her regal performance in "The Truth." But that will require some voters looking past controversy the French actress stirred with her public criticism of the #MeToo movement..
●  'The Dick Van Dyke Show' remains a signature achievement in Carl Reiner's long list of them
Carl Reiner was a man of many talents: A writer and performer on Sid Caesar's legendary "Your Show of Shows," Mel Brooks' sidekick on the party-gag-turned-hit-album "The 2000 Year Old Man," a gifted emcee, an author, and a director, including multiple collaborations with Steve Martin on films like "The Jerk" and "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid.".
●  How BET pulled off the awards show we all needed
The BET Awards have always showcased Black America's entertainment and culture, but, amid a global pandemic and racial justice movement, this year was different..
●  Want to win Eurovision? Write a nice, slow song about love
You might be forgiven for thinking the Eurovision Song Contest doesn't lend itself to rigorous academic analysis. After all, this is a competition in which six elderly women in national dress once earned Russia second place by performing an ethno-pop ballad called "Party for Everybody," which featured the refrain "Come on and boom, boom," sung ad nauseam..
●  Matthew Broderick still remembers his most famous lines from 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off'
The cast of "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" reunited for a virtual chat that revisited the movie, and even featured a special appearance by Jake Gyllenhaal, a superfan of the 1986 hit..
●  The old 'Twilight Zone' speaks to the strange times we're living in better than the new one
"The Twilight Zone" has returned periodically since its debut over 60 years ago, including a CBS All Access revival beginning its second season this week. Yet in a twist worthy of the show's creepy music, the original series speaks to the strange times through which we're living more directly and profoundly than the new one..
●  'Hamilton' at home: Disney+ gives fans a front-row seat worth waiting for
After conquering the stage in every way imaginable, "Hamilton" moves to the screen -- just not the one originally intended. Premiering on Disney+, Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical beautifully survives the transfer process, with a few minor hiccups. Some will lament not seeing the movie in theaters, but given its length and the goodwill generated for Disney's streaming service, the studio hasn't thrown away its shot..
●  Jennifer Hudson is Aretha Franklin in new trailer for 'Respect' biopic
Jennifer Hudson is a perfect Aretha Franklin in the new trailer for the upcoming film, "Respect.".
●  BET and Daytime Emmys preview at-home awards shows to come
The show must go on, and the Daytime Emmys and BET Awards both did with virtual at-home presentations over the weekend. Those telecasts provided additional clarity about the form award shows will take in the near future -- a passable if imperfect solution to the logistics of the coronavirus pandemic, with obvious drawbacks but some notable strengths..
●  'I'll Be Gone in the Dark' is a novel but flawed look at the hunt for the Golden State Killer
"I'll Be Gone in the Dark" isn't your usual, run-of-the-mill crime docu-series, which explains why it's a bit of a structural mess. Too drawn out at six parts, at its best it's a deeply personal ode to the late author and amateur crime sleuth Michelle McNamara, her dogged work to catch the Golden State Killer, and a sweetly told love story with comic Patton Oswalt..

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●  The deadly impact of lifting lockdown too early.
●  Rocketing Covid-19 infections expose Trump's callous claim pandemic is 'handled'.
●  See how Canada crushed the curve while the US struggles
CNN'S Paula Newton explains what measures Canadians are taking to flatten the curve as countries continue to battle the coronavirus pandemic..
●  Study confirms new version of coronavirus spreads faster, but doesn't make people sicker.
●  Saudi consulate staff describe strange events on day of Khashoggi's death
Staff who worked at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul around the time of Jamal Khashoggi's murder told a court Friday that they were told to stay away from the residence on the day the dissident journalist went missing in 2018..
●  Hillary Clinton on Trump's handling of the coronavirus: 'I would have done a better job'
Hillary Clinton taunted President Donald Trump in an interview published on Friday, criticizing his handling of the coronavirus by saying that she -- as president -- would have done a better job handling the international pandemic..
●  The US could have almost 148,000 coronavirus deaths by July 25, according to new forecast.
●  CNN reporter goes inside Texas hospital. See why it brought him to tears.
CNN's Miguel Marquez goes inside a San Antonio, Texas, hospital that is becoming overwhelmed with patients as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread..
●  Of course Donald Trump wants fireworks over Mount Rushmore
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt ... Donald Trump?.
●  North Korea's Covid-19 response has been a 'shining success', Kim Jong Un claims
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has praised what he described as his country's "shining success" in curbing the novel coronavirus pandemic, but warned his subordinates that lifting precautionary measures too early could be devastating..
●  Turkey convicts human rights activists on terror charges
A Turkish court sentenced four Amnesty International activists to between two and six years in prison on terrorism charges in a high-profile trial Friday, which the human rights group described as a "travesty of justice of spectacular proportions.".
●  Hong Kong protest leader Nathan Law flees as government warns calls for 'revolution' are now illegal.
●   What the world's biggest Covid-19 hospital looks like
India has opened what it says the biggest field hospital in the world for Covid-19, as the country's public health system is being tested by the surging numbers of coronavirus cases. CNN's Vedika Sud reports. .
●  From Uganda to Nigeria, activists are calling on their governments to remove colonialists names from streets
Ternan Avenue, a long stretch of road named after British Col. Trevor Ternan lies beside the presidential state house in Uganda..
●  Singapore is on track to face its worst dengue outbreak in history
Singapore has just begun to get its second wave of coronavirus under control. Now, it's on track to face its worst-ever outbreak of another viral infection: dengue..
●  France sends skulls of 24 independence fighters back to Algeria
France has returned the skulls of 24 Algerian resistance fighters who died while opposing French occupation of the North African nation in the 19th century..
●  England unlocks travel with 59 countries -- but not the US
England has unlocked travel to and from 59 countries by lifting quarantine requirements, but visitors from the United States will still be subject to restrictions, the UK government said Friday. .
●  Disgraced historian David Starkey is dropped by publisher over racist slavery comments
The British historian David Starkey has been dropped by his publisher and has resigned from an honorary position at a Cambridge University college after making racist remarks about slavery. .
●  Iran struggles to explain fire at Natanz nuclear complex
Iran struggled to explain a fire that tore through the Iranian Natanz nuclear complex on Thursday morning, causing major damage to a site that has been key to the country's uranium enrichment program..
●  'Towering' musical activist laid to rest after week of anger
At least 81 people are dead in Ethiopia in massive protests that erupted after the killing of singer and activist Hachalu Hundessa, local police commissioner told state media. CNN's Eleni Giokos reports..
●  What the Russian bounty leaks really say about the Trump administration
A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. You can sign up for free right here..
●  Born on the dark fringes of the internet, QAnon is now infiltrating mainstream American life and politics
Since its origin three years ago, QAnon has festered in the darker corners of the internet. Now the group's followers, who call themselves "believers," have found a niche on social media and within the Republican Party..
●  Brie Larson reveals some major roles she lost out on
Before she was "Captain Marvel," Brie Larson says she missed out on some big movies. .
●  Twitter may let you edit your tweets — but everyone needs to wear a mask first.
●  30 years ago, he was wrongfully convicted of murder. Now police have apologized for forcing him to make a false confession
South Korean police have admitted using violence to extract a false confession from a man who spent 20 years in prison for the rape and murder of a 13-year-old..
●  Hundreds arrested after police infiltrate secret criminal phone network
An encrypted messaging service used exclusively by criminals has been infiltrated by police in a major operation, leading to hundreds of arrests and the seizure of firearms, drugs and millions of dollars in cash..
●  'Harry Potter' fan sites distance themselves from J.K. Rowling over gender identity comments
Two of the biggest "Harry Potter" fan websites have condemned author J.K. Rowling following her publication of a controversial essay on gender identity last month. .
●  Serena Williams takes to the tennis court with daughter Olympia
Sorry Venus, Serena has found a new doubles partner..
●  Police unions in the US have shielded their officers, experts say
Police unions are facing backlash across the country and experts say in many cities their contracts protect police from being held accountable for bad behavior. CNN's Drew Griffin reports..

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