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Both men were reportedly taken into custody and released on bail shortly thereafter. The actor and another passenger were stopped at a checkpoint at about 12:30 a.m., according to the Manhattan Beach Police Department . Zins said he couldn't comment more on the arrest until prosecutors review the case and decide whether to file charges. The Illinois native was arrested in 2001 after a bar fight in North Carolina, where he was filming " Domestic Disturbance ".
  • Designer Kate Spade found dead in NY apartment

    Designer Kate Spade found dead in NY apartment

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    Officers said Spade left a note on the scene assuring her 13-year-old daughter, who was at school at the time , that it was not her fault, according to the AP. Last year, the company was bought by Coach for a reported $2.4 billion. She is survived by her aforementioned husband, Andy, and daughterFrances Beatrix Spade .
  • Looks Like WONDER WOMAN 2 is Headed For The '80s

    Looks Like WONDER WOMAN 2 is Headed For The '80s

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    The film's executive producer Geoff Johns , DC Entertainment president and chief creative officer, just teased the '80s setting on social media . Wonder Woman 2 will be iconic in many senses. She will be essaying the role of the iconic comic-book villain Cheetah in the movie. Jenkins, Johns and Dave Callaham have co-written the script. Warner Bros has set the film's release date for November 1 next year.
  • Roseanne Barr blames racist tweet on sleeping pills

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    Goodman also shrugged off ABC abandoning its Emmy campaign for the show, saying, "I wasn't gonna get an Emmy anyway". In a since-deleted overnight tweet , Barr blamed a dose of Ambien for the incendiary tweet in which she likened Valerie Jarrett , an African American former White House aide, to an ape.
  • President makes time to meet with Kim Kardashian

    President makes time to meet with Kim Kardashian

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    Kardashian West's visit is a further indication that she has built an increasingly close relationship with the senior White House advisers. In a meeting of the reality-show minds at the White House on Wednesday, weight-loss lollipop peddler Kim Kardashian West and President Trump are going to put their heads together to tackle prison reform.
  • Sears to close Kmart on E. State Street in Rockford

    Sears to close Kmart on E. State Street in Rockford

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    The Kmart in Rockford also will close, as will the Sears in Springfield. Hoffman Estates , Ill. -based Sears Holdings said Thursday it's identified 63 Sears and Kmart stores that are no longer profitable that will close, including the two local Sears.
  • Top Gun 2 Begins Filming

    Top Gun 2 Begins Filming

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    Check it out below. Cruise, 55, captioned the post with the hashtag #Day1, hinting that the crew has begun filming on the long-awaited sequel. Top Gun was a seminal 80's classic, and whilst a sequel fits right in with Hollywood's obsession with reboots and sequels.
  • Brigitte Nielsen pregnant with fifth child at 54

    Brigitte Nielsen pregnant with fifth child at 54

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    She has been married to Italian producer Mattia Dessì since 2006 and was also previously married to Raoul Meyer , Sebastian Copeland , and Kasper Winding . Weisz announced in April that she was expecting a baby with husband Daniel Craig at the age of 48. Nielsen, who was also a model before she went into acting, has been married five times.
  • 'Solo' sputters in takeoff at box office with $83.3M

    'Solo' sputters in takeoff at box office with $83.3M

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    Most box-office analysts say the main problem is the fact that Solo debuted just five months after Star: Wars: The Last Jedi hit the big screen, resulting in a clear-cut case of audience fatigue with the Star Wars extended universe. But Solo doesn't redefine the formula in any way, it is more or less harmless entertainer. To that end, Howard's late-stage inclusion does just the trick.
  • Sebastian Vettel happy racing alongside Kimi Raikonnen at Ferrari

    Sebastian Vettel happy racing alongside Kimi Raikonnen at Ferrari

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    Much of the race was dictated Daniel Ricciardo's wounded vehicle at the front, which had been down on power due to an MGU-K issue. A late virtual safety auto to clear debris from a collision between Charles Leclerc and Brendon Hartley worked in Ricciardo's favour and gave him a five-second buffer over Vettel for the final four laps.
  • 'Sesame Street' suing over Melissa McCarthy's R-rated puppet movie

    'Sesame Street' suing over Melissa McCarthy's R-rated puppet movie

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    Two clashing detectives with a shared secret, one human ( Melissa McCarthy ) and one puppet, are forced to work together again to solve the brutal murders of the former cast of a beloved classic puppet television show. STX has since issued the following statement attributed to its puppet representative Fred, Esq. "No Sesame . All Street", is the movie's tagline on promotional material.
  • Fulham back in the Premier League

    Fulham back in the Premier League

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    The Cottagers took the lead on 23 minutes when Tom Cairney slotted past goalkeeper Sam Johnstone . "I was totally disappointed with the first half". Stefan Johansen almost doubled the Fulham lead with 23 minutes remaining in the match, after Sessegnon set up the Norwegian on the edge of the penalty area.
  • Iranian official: Iranians will punch US Secretary of State in mouth

    Iranian official: Iranians will punch US Secretary of State in mouth

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    In a speech on Monday from Washington , Pompeo listed several demands that would be included in an updated nuclear treaty with Tehran. "We are in the situation that we're in". Britain, France and Germany also signed the nuclear deal, and after Trump rejected their pleas to stay in it, they are striving to keep it alive without violating US sanctions.
  • Former Malaysian PM Najib questioned by anti-graft agency

    Former Malaysian PM Najib questioned by anti-graft agency

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    Malaysia's former Prime Minister Najib Razak of Barisan Nasional (National Front) and his wife Rosmah Mansor show their ink-stained fingers after voting in Malaysia's general election in Pekan, Pahang, Malaysia, May 9, 2018. While Najib was called in by the MACC for questioning on Tuesday, Shukri said he was not going to be taken into custody just yet and that the investigation was still ongoing.
  • Eden Hazard Targeting League Title with Chelsea Next Year amid Transfer Rumours

    Eden Hazard Targeting League Title with Chelsea Next Year amid Transfer Rumours

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    My way is always the same. "You can always look to replace players", said Clarke, now manager of Scottish Premiership side Kilmarnock . "Even in a hard season, I showed I am a serial victor". Chelsea ultimately finished fifth, five points behind fourth-placed Liverpool and the final Champions League qualification spot, while they, like many others, were well off the title pace, ending the season a mammoth 30 points behind champions Manchester City.