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Giuliani: ‘I Saved More Black Lives’ than Beyoncé

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani offered a blistering critique of Beyoncé’s politically-charged MTV Video Music Awards performance Sunday night, saying in an interview Monday that as a tough-on-crime mayor of America’s biggest city, he has saved far more “black lives” than Beyoncé.

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Gene Wilder: 7 Best Roles

Whether conning Broadway investors with a daring scheme in Mel Brooks’ The Producers or conjuring up “pure imagination” as Willy Wonka in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, the frizzy-haired comedic genius kept audiences laughing through nearly five decades of iconic performances. Here’s a look at seven of Wilder’s best roles.

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Obama First Date Movie ‘Southside With You’ Gets Stood Up at Box Office

Sony’s Screen Gems micro-budget horror thriller Don’t Breathe finally unseated Suicide Squad for a first-place finish at the box office this weekend as Obama first date biopic Southside With You failed to set hearts aflutter in limited release and Roberto Duran boxing drama Hands of Stone fared decently ahead of its Labor Day weekend expansion.

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Don Cheadle Tells Trump: ‘Die In a Grease Fire’

Actor Don Cheadle unloaded on Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in a day-long Twitter tirade on Saturday, calling him a “POS” and suggesting that people of his “ilk” are responsible for conditions in violence-plagued cities like Chicago.

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Clinton Raises Cash at Justin Timberlake’s House

Hillary Clinton continued her West Coast fundraising trip Tuesday afternoon at the Los Angeles home of pop star Justin Timberlake and his wife, Jessica Biel, where the Democratic presidential candidate sat for lunch with A-list celebrities and Hollywood power players.

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Box Office: ‘Ben-Hur’ Bombs, ‘Suicide Squad’ Stays on Top

MGM/Paramount’s pricey Ben-Hur update failed to gain any traction at the box office this weekend, taking in $4.1 million Friday on its way to an estimated $11 million three-day total from 3,084 locations while Warners’ Suicide Squad and Sony/Annapurna’s Sausage Party looked to retain the top two spots for the second straight weekend.