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HBO Debuts 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Trailer

HBO Debuts 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Trailer

But, as we know too well, when it comes to Game of Thrones it ain't that easy (think of the shocking twists and turns throughout the series, including the infamous red wedding scene). The trailer shows Jon Snow holds onto the North while preparing for the attack from beyond the Wall as the White Walkers are coming close. Now that's changed, though, and we have the biggest and best look yet at Season 7.


Ariana Grande planning benefit concert in Manchester

Ariana Grande planning benefit concert in Manchester

After a nod to Grande's past career as a child star on Nickelodeon's VicTORious and Sam & Cat - the latter of which, Millsaps refuses to "confirm or deny that [he's] seen every episode" of - the father states that his reason for writing has to do with the apology Ariana made on Twitter immediately following the Manchester attack.


Vulture Goes Ballistic in New Spider-Man: Homecoming Preview

Vulture Goes Ballistic in New Spider-Man: Homecoming Preview

Taking a cue from the worldwide trailer, we get to see a bit more of the flashback to Tom Holland's introduction as Spidey in Captain America: Civil War from Peter Parker's personal video diaries that he took before and during the battle, including how he got his suit from Tony Stark ( Robert Downey Jr .) beforehand.



Chris Cornell remembered by rock legends

His wife, Vicky Cornell had previously wondered whether Chris' Ativan pills drove him to suicide . Red roses were placed on Cornell's grave marker which reads "Voice of our generation and an artist for all time". Brad Pitt here with Sting and his great friend Chris Cornell in January of this year. Linkin Park's Chester Bennington performed Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" at the memorial while actor James Brolin, Pearl Jam's Jeff Ament and Cornell's band mates Soundgarden's Kim ...



Raids, arrests as on-edge United Kingdom seeks 'network' of attackers

Some British officials have suggested that US officials are leaking sensitive information to American media outlets about the investigation into the Manchester attack. The UK home secretary, Amber Rudd , made "very clear" to U.S. authorities only hours before the latest leak that they were not to release information on the investigation to the media, the Telegraph pointed out.