Entertainment News | WRHL http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=507 Entertainment News 2016-07-29T08:56:56Z Entertainment News Drugs, heat blamed in woman's death after music festival LAS VEGAS (AP) — A 20-year-old California woman who collapsed in a parking lot after the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas last month died from drug intoxication and high heat, the Clark County coroner said Friday. Donald Trump speech beats Hillary Clinton in TV viewership NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump pulled off the upset — at least in television popularity. What's troubling athletes arriving in Rio? No 'Pokemon Go' RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — So the plumbing and electricity in the athletes' village took several days to fix. Who cares? Correction: DEM 2016-Convention-Celebrities story In a story July 28 about celebrities at the Democratic National Convention, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Shonda Rhimes was the creator of "How to Get Away with Murder." She is an executive producer, not the creator. Poof! 'Ghostbusters' tweet cheering Clinton deleted A tweet from Sony Pictures' "Ghostbusters" account that many interpreted as an endorsement of Hillary Clinton has disappeared as quickly as a phantom. Court order sharply narrows Prince's potential heirs MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minnesota judge overseeing Prince's estate narrowed down the wide pool of potential heirs for the late superstar's fortune on Friday, ruling out nearly 30 claimants while ordering genetic testing for six purported family members. Trump and Clinton set for appearances on Sunday news shows WASHINGTON (AP) — Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: Aniston essay inspires actresses to address sexist standards LOS ANGELES (AP) — When one of Hollywood's most objectified women talks about tabloid culture, people listen. But while actresses are cheering Jennifer Aniston's recent essay connecting the media's obsession with her looks to the overall objectification of women, most are resigned that reality will be slow to catch up with the conversation. Indian star Chopra won't compromise: she wants lots of babies Indian superstar Priyanka Chopra is not making any compromises in swapping Bollywood for Hollywood. The former Miss World, who has won an army of fans in the US since taking the lead in the American spy thriller television series "Quantico" last year, refuses to be stereotyped by her beauty or her origins. Leona Lewis puts aside pop world to get her nails in 'Cats' NEW YORK (AP) — When she was not yet 10, Leona Lewis was taken to see "Cats" in London. It turned out to be theatrical catnip. French producer Besson guilty of plagiarising action classic French filmmaker Luc Besson has been ordered to pay Hollywood's self-styled "Master of Horror" John Carpenter nearly half a million dollars for plagiarising his classic 1981 movie "Escape from New York", court documents revealed Friday. The director of "The Fifth Element" and "La Femme Nikita" had denied that his 2012 film "Lockout" copied the cult futuristic thriller in which New York's Manhattan island is a giant prison that has been overrun by its inmates. Kurt Russell plays a government agent-turned-convict who goes inside to rescue the US president after his plane crash-lands there. Montel Williams detained in Germany over medical marijuana FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — A spokesman for Montel Williams says the television personality was detained by customs officials at an airport in Germany after inadvertently leaving prescription marijuana powder in his luggage. Washington Monument reopens; elevator bearings replaced WASHINGTON (AP) — The Washington Monument has reopened after being closed for nearly a week because of problems with its elevator. Ken Barrie, voice of Postman Pat, dies at 83 LONDON (AP) — Ken Barrie, who provided the voice of affable animated letter-carrier Postman Pat, has died. He was 83. Zombies take over Hong Kong's Umbrella Revolution at gaming show Hong Kong's 2014 pro-democracy "Umbrella Revolution" was re-imagined as a zombie apocalypse by gamemakers who transformed politicians and protesters into the walking dead using virtual reality technology at a comic and games expo Friday. Teenagers and video game enthusiasts packed the Ani-Com show at the city's harbourfront convention centre and queued for "Hong Kong Infected", where they shot down protesters and police officers who had been afflicted by an unknown contagion. In late 2014, tens of thousands took part in a mass pro-democracy rally, dubbed the "Umbrella Revolution" which paralysed the city for more than two months, with residents calling on Beijing to allow fully free elections of future leaders. Potter play hype shows the world is still wild about Harry LONDON (AP) — There are fans with wands and wizard costumes, midnight book parties and throngs of excited muggles. Harry Potter's magic is back. Baz Luhrmann examines early hip-hop in Netflix series NEW YORK (AP) — As Baz Luhrmann walks on set for the press day of his first television series, "The Get Down," he can't separate his professional self from his personal self and settles in by directing his own interview. Stylist and fashion muse Marta Marzotto dies at 85 MILAN (AP) — Italian stylist and fashion muse Marta Marzotto has died following a brief illness at the age of 85. Hillary Scott's conversation with God resonates with fans NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — When country trio Lady Antebellum announced a hiatus last year, singer Hillary Scott thought it was a good opportunity to finally work on an album of hymns with her equally talented musical family. Debra Messing, Blake Shelton spar over presidential campaign PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Actress and outspoken Democrat Debra Messing has called a Twitter truce with country singer and "The Voice" judge Blake Shelton following a politically charged spat. Director's debut explores 'The Land' with Nas, Badu help LOS ANGELES (AP) — Director Steven Caple Jr. was mentoring some elementary school students at an inner-city park in Los Angeles when he spotted two stray kids hopping a fence with their skateboards. He went to go kick them out of the park and ended up talking with them instead. They spilled that they were selling marijuana to fund their entry into skateboarding competitions and new equipment. It was their ticket out. AP PHOTOS: Shiite tattoos a show of pride amid tensions BEIRUT (AP) — Hamada Bayloun is not particularly religious, but across his entire upper back spreads a large tattoo of the most revered saint in Shiite Islam, Imam Ali. After shooting, German TV drops Counter Strike broadcast BERLIN (AP) — A German TV channel has canceled plans to broadcast the finals of a global tournament of the video shooting game "Counter-Strike: Global Offensive" in response to last week's slayings in Munich. George Strait to honor Jim Lauderdale at Americana Awards NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Country music star George Strait will honor singer-songwriter Jim Lauderdale with a lifetime achievement award at this year's Americana Honors and Awards Show, to be held Sept. 21 in Nashville. Yes, Harrison Ford uses checklists when he flies OSHKOSH, Wis. (AP) — Yes, Harrison Ford uses a checklist when he flies his plane. Pelosi tracks the mega-donors to political campaigns NEW YORK (AP) — As she sat overlooking a hotel lobby in Philadelphia during the Democratic National Convention this week, Alexandra Pelosi said she spied three of the wealthy men featured in her HBO documentary, "Meet the Donors: Does Money Talk?" He's a skydiver working with a net _ but no parachute SIMI VALLEY, Calif. (AP) — He's made 18,000 parachute jumps, helped train some of the world's most elite skydivers, done some of the stunts for "Ironman 3." But the plunge Luke Aikins knows he'll be remembered for is the one he's making without a parachute. Or a wingsuit. Clinton speech draws mixed reaction on cable news A look at the Democratic National Convention through a media lens: Cosby drops litigation against accuser in sex assault case PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Bill Cosby has dropped a lawsuit that demanded the accuser in his criminal case repay the money from their confidential 2006 court settlement. Craig Sager to skip Rio Olympics to fight leukemia NEW YORK (AP) — Craig Sager's fight with leukemia will prevent the basketball sideline reporter form covering the Rio Olympics for NBC. Memorial to slain Navy Seal Chris Kyle unveiled in Texas ODESSA, Texas (AP) — A memorial for slain Navy Seal and "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle has been unveiled in the West Texas city where he was born in 1974. Terror attack play scratched after victim families object SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (AP) — A Southern California college has canceled plans to create a play about a hometown terrorist attack that killed 14 people after family members of some victims complained. The Latest: Polish officials say 500,000 see pope at rally CZESTOCHOWA, Poland (AP) — The Latest on Pope Francis' visit to Poland and World Youth Day celebrations (all times local): VP Biden to appear on episode of 'Law & Order: SVU' WASHINGTON (AP) — You have the right to remain starstruck: It's Vice President Joe Biden on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit." Judge says he may allow cameras in Prince estate proceedings CHASKA, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota judge overseeing Prince's estate said Thursday he'll consider allowing cameras in court on a hearing-by-hearing basis, but broader questions of access into business dealings of the late superstar's entertainment empire — and the many potential heirs claiming a stake to it — will have to wait. Yes, Harrison Ford uses checklists when he flies OSHKOSH, Wis. (AP) — Yes, Harrison Ford uses a checklist when he flies his plane. Mary J. Blige files for divorce from husband of 13 years LOS ANGELES (AP) — Mary J. Blige is ending her marriage to her husband-manager after nearly 13 years. Edible balloons, frozen treats: Ice Cream Museum is coolest NEW YORK (AP) — Move over Willy Wonka. A temporary museum dedicated to all things ice cream is treating visitors to edible balloons, a Chocolate Chamber, a "swim" in a pool of faux rainbow sprinkles and, of course, scoops of heavenly ice cream. APNewsBreak: New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017 NEW YORK (AP) — A completed and unpublished Michael Crichton novel, recently discovered by his widow, is coming out next year. APNewsBreak: Official Prince tribute concert set for October NEW YORK (AP) — Prince's family says an official tribute concert honoring the late icon will take place in October in the singer's hometown of Minneapolis. WRHL 2016-07-30T01:56:56Z http://www.wrhl.net/pages/index.cfm?id=507