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Marvel has apparently made a very strange marketing blunder on a new "Spider-Man: Far From Home" movie poster.
Body cam footage shows a violent confrontation between police and an armed gunman that left a 26-year-old Sacramento officer dead.
Did you know Rihanna has been living in London for the past year? Most people didn't, at least not until her cover interview in the New York Times magazine last month, where she revealed that she's been low-key staying across the pond while she ideated products for Fenty and the rest of her many business endeavors - somehow managing to elude paparazzi in the process, all over Europe. And why not settle across the pond? It seems like it has also worked out well for Jake Gyllenhaal, who spent roughly a year of his life in the city while filming Spider-Man: Far From Home with Tom Holland and Zendaya. In fact, Gyllenhaal is set to return to the West End (for the first time in 18 years) with Annaleigh Ashford to lead Sunday in the Park with George on stage. (Meanwhile, Holland has been running around town in that Spidey suit.) If these two loving London life won't convince you to take a trip to the U.K., then what will? Plus, with the Royal Ascot finishing up, and Wimbledon coming up around the corner in a couple weeks, there's no better time to at least consider it.Originally Appeared on W
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Flavio Lo Scalzo/ReutersThings are always a little stressful when visitors come around for the weekend-even for George and Amal Clooney, who are hosting Barack Obama and his family at their lavish Lake Como villa in Italy from Saturday through Monday.Not only has security been an issue with any vehicle or boat coming within a few hundred meters of the property subject to fines of over $500, the neighbors are up in arms that the Clooneys have been monopolizing the local gardeners. One told the newspaper La Repubblica that he hasn’t had his lawn cut for a week because his gardener is on “special assignment” sprucing up the Clooney estate. Then, just before Obama, his wife Michelle and their daughters Malia and Sasha arrived from Milan on Saturday in a armored entourage of seven cars with darkened glass, a white van for luggage, six police cars, and a helicopter overhead, Clooney noticed that the swimming pool was half full and the water was like ice. He asked his bodyguard Giovanni to call Dante Pennè, the local Lake Como plumber to sort him out. Speaking to Corriere Della Sera newspaper, Pennè explained that when he arrived at the Clooney household, things were out of hand. “What a race,” he said. “I arrive and they are all upset. Giovanni says to me: hurry up, hurry up!” Penne, who did not know who the special guests were, said he responded, “Let me work, otherwise I won’t be able to fix it.”After a few minutes, Pennè said he was able to sort out the thermometer and drain. Clooney, wearing a sweaty Casmigos T-shirt, was thrilled. He obliged the plumber and granted a quick selfie. “Thank you, I was worried,” Clooney said, according to the plumber. “You know, my friend is a tanned guy, he doesn't like cold water.” The plumber did not respond to a Daily Beast call for clarification. The Obamas were in Italy to attend a charity dinner Saturday evening for the Clooney Foundation for Justice, which will soon be awarding a double date with George and Amal as part of a new promotion.There is also widespread speculation that Clooney is considering political office, and what better place to discuss it with a former president than a perfectly heated pool. Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
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'Fuller House' fans may not be seeing the last of the Tanner family just yet.