'Guardians' grabs massive box office, top spot in N.America

All that adds up to Marvel Studios having another hit movie in a franchise that doesn't look to have a finish line anytime soon. And not only did they manage a stellar domestic debut - the team made more than $280 million overseas. This year not only marks the third year in a row that Marvel has started the summer movie season, but also the third year that a Marvel movie faced no competition.

Renewed for season 5

Renewed for season 5

Season 4 finale airs Tuesday, May 16th at 10 PM on ABC. There's no word yet on whether season 5 will be the last one, but the finale will give a greater sense of what direction it can take, narrative-wise. But, to be fair, few shows ever do. The first two episodes of Inhumans will be released in IMAX theaters ahead of its televised premiere and, given that the Inhumans have featured on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Kate Hudson and Goldie Hawn Are Never Too Old to Dress Alike

As for Amy , she looked fire-hot in her plunging black and blue number with leg slit. This is the first public appearance the 38-year-old actress has made with her musician boyfriend - and the two even shared a sweet kiss on the red carpet! Speaking to ET Online about Kate's new beau, the 66-year-old actor, who has dated Goldie for 34 years, said: 'He's a nice guy, Danny.

McCabe: 'Not Aware' Of Comey Asking For Extra Resources For Russia Probe

But Mr Trump threw that explanation under the bus. Defending the firing, White House officials said Trump's confidence in Comey had been eroding for months. Republican leaders brushed off the idea as unnecessary. Later Thursday, Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) excoriated the Trump administration for the mixed messaging surrounding Comey's firing and Rosenstein's role in it, noting on the Senate floor that "the story coming out of the White House about why Mr.

President Trump Cites 'Made Up' Russia Story in Interview on Comey Firing

The White House and vice president Mike Pence have said the president acted on the recommendation of the USA attorney general Jeff Sessions and his deputy, Rod Rosenstein. Democrats called for a special prosecutor into the Russian Federation probe. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is dismissing that idea, saying a new investigation would only "impede the current work being done".