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  1. http://variety.com/2017/biz/news/disney-fox-merger-deal-52-4-billion-merger-1202631242/ The Walt Disney Co. has set a $52.4 billion, all-stock deal to acquire 20th Century Fox and other entertainment and sports assets from Rupert Murdoch’s empire. The deal between Disney and 21st Century Fox marks a historic union of Hollywood heavyweights and a bid by Disney to bolster its core TV and film businesses against an onslaught of new competitors in the content arena. Key elements of the transaction unveiled Thursday morning: The deal values the 21st Century Fox assets in the transaction at $66.1 billion, including $13.7 billion in 21st Century Fox debt, or $28 a share. The enterprise value of the deal is $69 billion. Disney chairman-CEO Bob Iger has extended his contract with the company for another two years, through the end of 2021, in order to oversee the integration of the assets. 21st Century Fox shareholders will receive 0.2745 Disney shares for each Fox share held, giving Fox shareholders about 25% of Disney. 21st Century Fox will spinoff Fox Broadcasting Co., Fox Sports, Fox News, Fox Television Stations and a handful of other assets into a new company that will have revenue of $10 billion and earnings of about $2.8 billion. The 20th Century Fox lot in Century City will also remain with the spinoff Fox company. 21st Century Fox will continue to pursue its acquisition of the remaining 61% stake in Euro satcaster Sky that it does not already own with the intention of Disney taking it over when the Disney-Fox transaction is completed. Disney expects to realize $2 billion in cost savings from combining Disney and Fox’s overlapping businesses within two years of the deal’s closing. Disney expects the regulatory review of the acquisition to take as long as 18 months.
  2. Star Wars VIII

    https://www.inverse.com/article/39339-star-wars-the-last-jedi-nasa-astronauts-iss In just a few days, audiences around the world will get to marvel at Star Wars: The Last Jedi. But astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) will get to watch the latest Star Wars flick literally in low Earth Orbit, a NASA official confirms to Inverse. Spaceflight reporter Robin Seemangal broke the news earlier today on Twitter. “I received confirmation from Disney and NASA sources that the crew aboard the International Space Station will be screening Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” he wrote.
  3. Star Wars IX

    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/star-wars-episode-ix-aladdin-get-new-release-dates-1038125 Episode IX will now open in theaters Dec. 20, 2019, instead of May 24, 2019. The tentpole is swapping places with another high-profile title, the live-action adaptation of Aladdin, which had previously occupied the Dec. 20 date. The studio also pulled the upcoming family comedy Magic Camp from the calendar. Directed by Mark Waters and from a story by Steve Martin, Magic Camp had been set to debut April 6, 2018.
  4. Hollywood out of ideas?

    http://www.darkhorizons.com/mike-myers-in-talks-for-bohemian-rhapsody/ Mike Myers is in negotiations for a role in Bryan Singer’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” about the prime years of seminal British rock band Queen and its frontman Freddie Mercury (Rami Malek)
  5. Star Wars IX

    http://www.starwars.com/news/j-j-abrams-to-write-and-direct-star-wars-episode-ix?cmp=smc|1069686719 J.J. Abrams, who launched a new era of Star Wars with The Force Awakens in 2015, is returning to complete the sequel trilogy as writer and director of Star Wars: Episode IX. Abrams will co-write the film with Chris Terrio. Star Wars: Episode IX will be produced by Kathleen Kennedy, Michelle Rejwan, Abrams, Bad Robot, and Lucasfilm.
  6. Upcoming Movie Trailers

    Did anyone see "It"? It did over 110 mil over the weekend.
  7. http://506sports.com/nfl.php?yr=2017&wk=1 Those in DC get the Baltimore/Cincy game.
  8. 2017 Season thread!!

    https://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2017/09/reds-manager-bryan-price-to-return-in-2018.html Manager Bryan Price will remain at the helm of the Reds in 2018, C. Trent Rosecrans of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Thanks to a clause in the contract Price signed last year, the Reds were required to inform him by Saturday whether they’d exercise his 2018 club option. However, the team actually assured him in July that he’d return, per Rosecrans, who adds that Price’s entire coaching staff will likely be invited back.
  9. Just another day in Washington, DC..... http://dcist.com/2017/08/dinosaur_protest.php First the life-size squirrels came out to tell Republicans that a proposed healthcare provision was "nuts." Now, people dressed as dinosaurs rising from the long dead are warning against the extinction of the Corporation of National and Community Service, which funds tens of thousands of Americorps positions each year. As a protest theme, "extinction makes the most sense given that there are 1 million people who have done AmeriCorps over the past 20 years," says Aly Ferguson, the director of communications for the non-profit Service Year Alliance. "It's a species of its own and all of these people who are in it right now would have no one else to follow in their footsteps."
  10. http://variety.com/2017/tv/news/fox-news-tomi-lahren-contributor-1202542708/ Conservative media host Tomi Lahren has joined Fox News in a contributor role, the cable news network announced Wednesday. She will make her debut as a contributor on tonight’s edition of “Hannity” at 10 p.m. ET/PT. According to FNC, Lahren will have a signature role on the network’s upcoming digital lineup and will also offer political commentary to the network’s opinion programming, primarily “Hannity.”
  11. I was at the game, and it started at 4:25. I thought what you did as well, it was supposed to be a 4:30 start. There was quite a bit of your fan base there.
  12. The way she is posting on social media about politics all the time, I suspect that will be her next career. On Instagram a while ago, she said she is still under contract with ESPN which is why she can't announce her next move yet. She has got a lot of articles in The Washington Post recently. I guess it helps she has more freedom now than when she was employed.
  13. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/dc-sports-bog/wp/2017/08/24/britt-mchenry-rips-left-wing-climate-that-led-to-espns-robert-lee-decision-on-fox-news/?utm_term=.7ebfc1590dc4 Given the political overtones of the story about ESPN switching announcer Robert Lee away from a college football game in Charlottesville, not to mention how viral it went, it should have been no surprise that it came up on Fox News. Sure enough, Tucker Carlson discussed the topic on his show Tuesday, and then again Wednesday with a panel that included Clay Travis, the sports personality who broke the story. Perhaps it also should have been no surprise that Britt McHenry was also on the panel. The former ESPN reporter, an anchor at WJLA before then, has been espousing the sort of conservative opinions that play well with many in Fox’s audience. After Carlson introduced McHenry as having said she was fired by ESPN for her conservative views, she told him, “I can tell you as a former employee that ESPN does do its due diligence in trying to protect the physical safety of its employees,” citing its efforts on her behalf during a playoff hockey game she covered shortly after a video emerged showing her belittling an employee of a towing company. “So I would like to believe, because that would be the only logical consideration, that maybe that was discussed behind the scenes,” she continued, “but I think it’s more of a reflection of society right now, and how left-wing and PC it’s gotten, that even your name, given at birth, or the possibility of a meme on the Internet, is a reason to make a personnel change.”
  14. MLB: Kaufman Stadium (before the renovation) Oriole Park at Camden Yards Nationals Park Qualcomm Stadium Ballpark in Arlington, TX (I think that is what it was called in the early 2000's) Veteran's Stadium NFL: Fed Ex Field
  15. Hollywood out of ideas?

    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/jetsons-live-action-tv-comedy-works-at-abc-1030391 Prepare to meet George Jetson (again). ABC is teaming with producers Warner Bros. Television to develop a live-action multicamera comedy based on the classic Hanna-Barbera cartoon family from the 1960s. The comedy, which has landed at ABC with a sizable put-pilot commitment, will be written by Gary Janetti (Family Guy, Will & Grace), who exec produces alongside Jack Rapke and Robert Zemeckis (Back to the Future). The ABC take is described as based on the original animated series, the sitcom is set 100 years in the future and revolves around America's favorite future family — told through a modern filter. Warner Bros. Television, who was behind the original The Jetsons, produces alongside Nickleby Inc and Compari Entertainment. Jackie Levine is set as a co-EP.

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