Late in 2015, a former Trump Tower doorman named Dino Sajudin met with a reporter from American Media, Inc., the publisher of the National Enquirer, at a McDonald’s in Pennsylvania. A few weeks earlier, Sajudin had signed a contract with A.M.I.
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I watched “Teddy Perkins” for the first time in sub-optimal conditions: on my phone, during a turbulent cross-country flight at the end of a fun but exhausting family vacation.
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America: Call the missionaries! Call the shrinks!
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Floyd McCollum; Matt Stroshane/Getty; Shayanne Gal/Business Insider Walt Disney World created the town of Celebration, Florida, in the mid-1990s, and its retro movie theater is the downtown’s crown jewel. (Disney sold the downtown section to Lexin Capital in 2004.
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David Letterman was king of late night television for 30 years. Now he’s figuring out his second act. Letterman reflects on the “late night wars” with Jay Leno, the new beard, and his comedy heroes. But Letterman’s favorite thing? Being a dad to his son, Harry.
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Victor Oladipo couldn’t believe it. He had an ice pack wrapped around each knee and a towel around his waist. It was March 27, and the Pacers had just beaten the Warriors in Oakland—which is not the thing he couldn’t believe.
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Tony Gilroy is getting candid for the first time about his emergency trip to the Star Wars galaxy. In June 2016, Lucasfilm hired the Oscar-winning writer to rework Rogue One: A Star Wars Story after the studio was unsatisfied by the state of director Gareth Edwards’ movie.
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(Welcome to Road to Infinity War, a new series where we revisit the first 18 movies of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and ask “How did we get here?” In this edition: Marvel misfires on every cylinder with Iron Man 2.
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Ready Player One, Steven Spielberg’s prestige panoply of fanboy lore, represents the final suck of a two-decades-old everlasting gobstopper for author Ernest Cline, who turned his life as an Amblin-and-Atari-bred suburban dork into a commercial pop empire.
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