"Game of Thrones" cast and crew traditionally meet their fans at Comic-Con and it has also been customary for the HBO series to treat their followers with a few teasers for their next episodes. This is exactly what happened at Comic-Con 2016 at San Diego.
The audience was treated with a short blooper reel which introduced Season 7 of "Game of Thrones." There are yet no episodes that have been shot for next season and so these bloopers are from the previous season which centers on Peter Dinklage's inability to say "benevolent enslavers." Completely amused were Nathalie Emmanuel and Jacob Anderson who were seen and heard laughing along the sidelines.
Fans thought that this was quite adorable for the "Game of Thrones" character who never actually smiles or let alone make mistakes. The blooper was worth watching and rewatching which is surely what fans and followers would do since it's a long way to go for Season 7 of the award-winning series. more >>
A large brush fire started at the northbound side of the Antelope Valley Freeway in Santa Clarita, California, Friday.
Fast and strong winds made the fire bigger and in just a matter of hours had covered thousands of acres and even doubling its size.
Firefighters immediately responded to contain the blaze from the ground. Aerial firefighters also took action. Fire-fighting helicopters were used from the Los Angeles Fire Department and from the county fire department. Cal Fire and fire fighters from the US Forest Service also arrived to help. more >>
Update – July 22, 2016 – 11:00 p.m. ET: The winning numbers for Friday's Mega Millions jackpot are 8, 24, 25, 26, 30 and the megaball is 7. The multiplier is 4x.
July is about to end and it's an awesome day for Mega Million players since the jackpot prize has been won. The jackpot prize is $15 million for the next draw on Tuesday, July 26, 11 p.m. ET.
Mega Millions jackpot won for the second time in two consecutive draws more >>
Get ready "Bates Motel" fans, Rihanna is your new Marion Crane. This news was announced by the singer-actress herself in a video that was presented at the Bates Motel panel discussion at the International Comic-Con 2016 in San Diego.
RiRi checks herself in
Rihanna greeted Bates Motel fans with a special message in the video: "Yes, hello Comic-Con. It's your girl RiRi. And let me tell you what a bad bitch is about to do, " the Needed Me singer said. "I'm about to check in to the Bates Motel very soon. And guess what else. Guess who's playing Marion. Yes, so all you Comic-Con fans, all you Bates Motel fans, stay tuned!" more >>
Donald Trump faced a crowd of thousands at the 2016 Republican National Convention as he accepted his party's nomination as the party's candidate running for President. In his speech, he vowed to rekindle Americanism and to put "America first." The audience clapped and cheered to what his supporters called a "great speech" but not all were impressed.
Trump mainly touched on domestic issues in his speech icing it with patriotic remarks but soon he began to single out China saying that the country was mainly the reason for the decline of the U.S. He pointed out in his speech that this was one of Clinton's administrations' huge mistakes as it supported China's entry into the World Trade Organization. He said he would stop "China's outrageous theft of intellectual property, along with their illegal product dumping, and their devastating currency manipulation." Trump has always targeted China and blamed it for U.S. economic misery.
International reactions on Trump's acceptance speech more >>
Pastor Jamal Bryant's mother was upset when she heard the Baltimore megachurch leader joke about believing in open marriages on his new daytime talk show "The Preachers."
"My mother called me 'Sleepless in Seattle' trying to figure out, 'what did I mean laughing about open marriages. God is not pleased,'" Bryant of Empowerment Temple AME Church, recalled on his show this week. "So I'm not talking to the millions of y'all watching. Dear mama, please know that I still believe marriage is between two people and what God has brought together let nobody put asunder."
Bryant joked about believing in open marriage when actress Mo'Nique and her husband, Sidney Hicks, revealed duirng a segment last week that they both have had sex with other people during their 10-year marriage and will continue to do so. more >>