BC-AP Entertainment and Arts Digest,2nd Ld-Writethru


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UPDATES

JULY 22

TV-CONVENTION-DONALD TRUMP — Former “Celebrity Apprentice” host Donald Trump has played a major role in importing the ruckus of reality TV to the political arena. This week, he brought his big show to Cleveland and the GOP convention. By Television Writer Frazier Moore. SENT: 1,000 words, photos.

PEOPLE-JON STEWART-TRUMP — Jon Stewart has taken on Donald Trump and the Republican National Convention in a riff that mirrored his signature segments on “The Daily Show.” SENT: 125 words, photos.

BRITAIN-TRUMP MUSIC — UK singers, others complain about Trump’s use of their music. SENT: 205 words.

MUSIC-STEVEN TYLER — He’s been the lead singer of the bad-boy rock band Aerosmith for decades, written a book, had four children and learned to parasail. But Steven Tyler had at least one more goal before hitting 70: a debut solo album. By Entertainment Writer Mark Kennedy. SENT: 745 words, photos.

PEOPLE-SUGE KNIGHT — A judge says defense lawyers for Marion “Suge” Knight will not be given addresses and other information about confidential informants and key witnesses in the murder case against the former rap mogul. By Entertainment Writer Anthony McCartney. SENT: 560 words, photos.

PEOPLE-SUGE KNIGHT-THE LATEST — Judge denies witness details in rap mogul’s case. SENT: 275 words, photos.

FILM-GLEASON — Few films pack the power of “Gleason.” The film about former NFLer Steve Gleason documents in wrenchingly intimate detail the rapid onset of ALS in the young athlete and his simultaneous preparation to becoming a father. Gleason, who now can communicate only through the movement of his eyes, says his story is about finding meaning in tragedy. By Film Writer Jake Coyle. SENT: 890 words, photos.

TV-FOX-AILES — Rupert Murdoch says Fox News Channel is minus founding leader Roger Ailes but not its direction. By Television Writer David Bauder. SENT: 1,000 words, photos.

TV-FOX-AILES-ANALYSIS — Roger Ailes, a fallen TV titan who mixed politics and media: an analysis of his career. By Television Writer Frazier Moore. SENT: 1,000 words, photos.

TV-FOX-AILES-NETWORK FUTURE — With founder Roger Ailes out, the Fox News Channel faces serious challenges. By Technology Writer Tali Arbel. SENT: 600 words, photos.

COMIC-CON-SNOWDEN-SCREENING — Edward Snowden says Oliver Stone’s dramatization of his story is a “pretty accurate portrayal.” Snowden appeared live from Moscow via Google Hangouts on Thursday night at Comic-Con following the first public screening of Stone’s film, “Snowden,” to answer audience questions and interact with the cast, including star Joseph Gordon-Levitt. By Film Writer Lindsey Bahr. SENT: 420 words, photos.

COMIC-CON-SNOWDEN — Director Oliver Stone said Thursday at Comic-Con that every major movie studio turned down his narrative film about Edward Snowden because of censorship from their corporate leaders. By Film Writer Lindsey Bahr. SENT: 320 words, photos.

COMIC-CON-TROLLS — Trolls turned out in full force to kick off the first day of programming at Comic-Con — the ones with the wacky hair, not the ones that hurl insults on the internet. By Film Writer Lindsey Bahr. SENT: 335 words, photos.

POKEMON GO-ORIGINS — Pokemon Go’s origins are as peculiar as any of the creatures inhabiting the game. By Technology Writer Michael Liedtke. SENT: 980 words, photos.

POKEMON SURROGATES — Too busy with your real life to play the hit augmented reality game “Pokemon Go”? For a price, entrepreneurs will play the game for you. By Ezra Kaplan. SENT: 515 words, photos, video.

JAPAN-POKEMON GO-SAFETY TIPS — Aware of the reports of “Pokemon Go”-related mishaps elsewhere, Japan’s government-run National Center of Incident Readiness and Strategy for Cybersecurity has issued nine public safety tips to keep overly enthusiastic players from getting into trouble. By Satoshi Sugiyama. SENT: 425 words, photos.

POKEMON GO-TRESPASSING — Police in Florida used a stun gun on a “Pokemon Go” player who resisted arrest when officers chased about 150 people out of Tampa’s Ballast Point Park after closing time. SENT: 125 words.

PEOPLE-TERESA PALMER — Teresa Palmer says filming her new horror film, “Lights Out,” had its confusing moments because the actress who plays an evil spirit haunting her family is quite friendly in person. By Alicia Rancilio. SENT: 500 words, photos, video.

ABFAB-Q&A — Champagne socialites Eddie and Patsy are back in a movie spin-off of the popular BBC television series “Absolutely Fabulous.” By Sian Watson. UPCOMING: 650 words by 2 p.m., photos.

PEOPLE-CAITLYN JENNER — Caitlyn Jenner has discussed the various victories in her life, including winning Olympic gold, in a documentary-style video for clothing retailer H&M. SENT: 100 words, photos.

BRITAIN-LIAM PAYNE — One Direction fans are seeing the writing on the wall as Liam Payne announced he has signed a record deal with Capitol Records UK after the boy band said last year they were taking a break. SENT: 120 words, photos.

DON MCLEAN-ARREST — “American Pie” singer Don McLean pleaded guilty to domestic violence assault against his estranged wife, and will avoid jail time. SENT: 125 words.

NEWPORT FOLK FESTIVAL — The three-day Newport Folk Festival opens Friday in Rhode Island, with New Zealand folk comedy duo Flight of the Conchords headlining. SENT: 125 words.

BEACH-LOUD MUSIC BAN — A New Jersey town made famous by the “Jersey Shore” reality TV series and its hard-partying cast is ready for some quiet time on its beaches. SENT: 130 words.

POWER OUTAGES-DC MUSEUMS — A power outage along the National Mall left several museums and other buildings in the dark. SENT: 120 words.

BRITAIN-POP STARS INNOCENT — Two members of the 1960s British pop band The Tremeloes have been found innocent of indecently assaulting a teenage girl after a performance 48 years ago. SENT: 125 words.

INDIA-FILM-KABALI — Private companies declared a holiday and parents kept children out of school as an air of celebration swept southern India Friday for the premiere of Indian superstar Rajinikanth’s latest film. By Aijaz Rahi. SENT: 720 words, photos.

HONG KONG-BOOKSELLING — Hong Kong publishers’ latest works on sensitive Chinese topics went on show at a book fair this week, despite gloom over recent detentions of five local booksellers. By Business Writer Kelvin Chan. SENT: 720 words, photos.

SWITZERLAND-ART SEIZED — Swiss authorities have seized three paintings by Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh following a U.S. request as part of a probe into the scandal surrounding Malaysian wealth fund 1MDB. By Jamey Keaten. SENT: 165 words.

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OTHER STORIES:

JOHN GLENN-HISTORIC FLIGHT PLAN

TOP 20 CONCERT TOURS

ITUNES-MUSIC-TOP 10

NEWS SHOWS

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UPCOMING:

FILM-BOX OFFICE — “Star Trek Beyond” is expected to dominate the weekend box office with a predicted $55 million in North American ticket sales. By Entertainment Writer Sandy Cohen. UPCOMING Sunday: 400 words by 2 p.m.

FILM-SHARON JONES — On the stage, soul singer Sharon Jones is an indomitable force. Off it, she’s trying to be one, too. Barbara Kopple’s “Miss Sharon Jones” captures her fight with cancer, which has unfortunately returned since the documentary wrapped. By Film Writer Jake Coyle. UPCOMING Monday: 750 words by 11 a.m., photos.

DEM 2016-ARMCHAIR CONVENTION — News and notes from media coverage of day one of the Democratic National Convention. By Television Writer David Bauder. UPCOMING: 700 words by 12 a.m. Tuesday, photos.

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REVIEWS:

FILM REVIEW-STAR TREK BEYOND. By Film Writer Jake Coyle. SENT Monday: 695 words, photos.

FILM REVIEW-DON’T THINK TWICE. By Film Writer Lindsey Bahr. SENT Tuesday: 650 words, photos.

FILM REVIEW-ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS. By Entertainment Writer Sandy Cohen. SENT Thursday: 520 words, photos.

FILM REVIEWS PLANNED FOR WEEK OF JULY 25: “Bourne,” ”Bad Moms,” ”Gleason.”

GAME REVIEW-POKEMON GO. By Lou Kesten. SENT Tuesday. 500 words, photos.

THEATER REVIEW-MOTOWN. By Jennifer Farrar. SENT Thursday: 595 words, photos.

MUSIC REVIEW-CANDI STATON. By Pablo Gorondi. SENT Friday: 280 words, photos.

BOOK REVIEW-SEINFELDIA, BY JENNIFER KEISHIN ARMSTRONG. Reviewed by Matt Sedensky. SENT Monday: 555 words, photos.

BOOK REVIEW-THE SECRET LANGUAGE OF STONES BY MJ ROSE, reviewed by Jeff Ayers. SENT Monday: 260 words, photos.

BOOK REVIEW-FOR THE LOVE OF MONEY BY SAM POLK, reviewed by Lincee Ray. SENT Monday: 290 words, photos.

BOOK REVIEW-THE WOMAN IN CABIN 10 BY RUTH WARE, reviewed by Lincee Ray. SENT Monday: 290 words, photos.

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VIDEO:

COMING UP ON ENTERTAINMENT DAILY NEWS (to be available on APVUS):

LOS ANGELES — Joe Walsh talks about his involvement in the documentary “Citizen Solder.”

LONDON — Julia Stiles talks about returning to “Jason Bourne”; Alicia Vikander talks about joining the action thriller.

LONDON — Cast members talk about the lavish period drama series “Versailles.”

BROADCAST VIDEO ALREADY AVAILABLE (also on APVUS):

SAN DIEGO — Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne talk about Luc Besson’s “Valerian.”

SAN DIEGO — Justin Timberlake recalls dressing up as Ernie to roam the convention floor at Comic-Con.

SAN DIEGO — At Comic-Con, Justin Timberlake reacts to the Republican National Convention.

TAIPEI — Michelle Chen brings her wedding celebration home to Taipei.

TOKYO — Pokemon Go is launched in Japan.

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