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  1. Jolie in 'Eternals', Ali as 'Blade' highlight Marvel's star-studded slate
    Walt Disney Co's Marvel Studios on Saturday unveiled a star-packed slate of superhero films for the next two years that includes Angelina Jolie in "The Eternals," Mahershala Ali in a remake of "Blade" and Natalie Portman as a female "Thor."
  2. Marvel's 'Avengers: Endgame' to set all-time box office record
    Marvel Studios superhero movie "Avengers: Endgame" will claim the top of the global box office charts by Sunday, distributor Walt Disney Co said.
  3. 'Star Trek' favorites to return with Patrick Stewart in 'Picard'
    The upcoming "Star Trek" series about Jean-Luc Picard will reunite the beloved starship commander with android officer Data and other characters from the long-running space franchise, the cast revealed to fans at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday.
  4. U.S. rapper A$AP Rocky to remain in Swedish custody, Trump plans to intervene
    Swedish prosecutors on Friday extended American rapper A$AP Rocky's detention by six days amid their ongoing investigation into a street fight in Stockholm as U.S. President Donald Trump said he planned to call Sweden's prime minister about the case.
  5. Trump says he 'vouches' for detained U.S. rapper A$AP Rocky's release in Sweden
    U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday that he would vouch for the bail of detained American rapper A$AP Rocky, who was arrested in Sweden in connection with a street fight that occurred in June.
  6. Hong Kong actor Simon Yam stabbed on stage in China
    An unknown assailant stabbed Hong Kong actor Simon Yam on Saturday during a promotional event in mainland China but Yam's injuries were not life-threatening, Chinese state media reported.
  7. Trump says he will call Swedish prime minister about rapper A$AP Rocky
    President Donald Trump said on Friday he would call Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven about the case of U.S. rapper A$AP Rocky, who has been detained in Sweden pending an investigation into a street fight in Stockholm.
  8. New 'Cats' movie trailer brings out the claws
    The star-laden movie version of hit stage musical "Cats" released its first trailer on Thursday, but first impressions were far from cuddly.