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Episode 498 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include Disney releases live action sneak peak at new 'Beauty and the Beast'; Naomi Watts loses her grip on reality in first trailer for 'Shut In'; Mark Ruffalo addresses Matt Bomer transgender casting controversy: 'I hear you'; Baz Luhrmann's 'Moulin Rouge!' to be adapted as a stage musical; Kerry Washington to produce female-led police series; Mary J. Blige to guest star on 'How to Get Away with Murder' Season 3; Parker Posey, Chris O'Dowd appear in trailer for Netflix's 'Mascots'; Jim Broadbent joins cast of 'Game of Thrones' Season 7; J.K. Rowling, Amy Schumer have friendly Twitter exchange to fans' delight; 'Scream Queens': Emma Roberts, John Stamos get close in new promo; Taraji P. Henson, James Corden, Aziz Ansari announced as Emmy presenters; Barb from 'Stranger Things' gets her revenge on 'The Tonight Show'; 'Stranger Things' star Millie Bobby Brown raps Nicki Minaj's 'Monster' verse on 'Tonight Show'; Ellen DeGeneres, Oprah Winfrey, Olivia Munn do 'Magic Mike'; Jackie Chan to receive Honorary Oscar at Governors Awards ceremony; Chloe Grace Moretz, Brooklyn Beckham split up; Drake, Rihanna kiss on stage following VMAs smooch; Kendall Jenner, Jaden Smith appear in Black Eyed Peas' re-make video for 'Where is the Love?'; Chris Brown releases new music hours after being released from jail; and Britney Spears says motherhood helps alleviate her anxiety.

On This Day In Entertainment History

1996- Michael Jackson earns his 12th and final solo #1 with “You Are Not Alone”

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Episode 497 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include Chris Brown released from jail on $250,000 bond following assault charge; Ryan Reynolds personally paid to keep 'Deadpool' writers on set; Karen Gillan joins 'Jumanji' cast; Oscars ceremonies to air on ABC through 2028; Natalie Dormer to star in 'Professor and the Madman' alongside Sean Penn and Mel Gibson; 'Terminator 2' 3-D re-release announced for 2017; Frederick Schmidt to play Metallo on 'Supergirl'; Netflix officially greenlights Season 2 of 'Stranger Things'; Shannon Purser of 'Stranger Things' fame, Robin Givens join 'Archie' series 'Riverdale'; Craig Robinson and Adam Scott set to star in new Fox comedy 'Ghosted'; 'Bachelorette' alum Nick Viall is named next 'Bachelor'; Gisele Bundchen, Kendall Jenner top Forbes' list of highest earning models; Paget Brewster returning to 'Criminal Minds' full-time; Travis Fimmel, Kate Bosworth to star in 'Finding Steve McQueen'; Jena Malone engaged to boyfriend Ethan DeLorenzo; 'Sherlock': Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman brood in Season 4 photo; Blac Chyna: I'm a businesswoman, not a 'stripper ho'; Taylor Kitsch to portray religious cult leader David Koresh in new limited series, 'Waco'; Bill Nye to host Netflix talk show in 2017; Mel Brooks mourns Gene Wilder on 'Tonight Show': 'It's a big shock'; Selena Quintanilla wax figure unveiled at Madame Tussauds; Miranda Lambert, Maren Morris, Eric Church, Joey + Rory up for CMA Awards; Selena Gomez taking time off to deal with Lupus complications including anxiety, depression; and the Billboard Hot 100 for the week of September 10th.

On This Day In Entertainment History

2007- Sean Penn’s Into the Wild premieres

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Episode 496 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include Chris Brown to face assault charge after ordeal at L.A. home; Julie Andrews approves of Emily Blunt playing Mary Poppins; first photos from Woody Allen's Amazon series 'Crisis in Six Scenes' revealed; Alison Brie joins Jenji Kohan's Netflix series 'Glow'; Phylicia Rashad joins 'Empire' Season 3; Margaret Qualley and Spike Jonze team up for Kenzo perfume short film; James Corden Kanye West's new video for 'Fade' on 'Late Late Show'; Steve Harvey, former videographer head to court over unreleased footage; pregnant Blac Chyna goes nude for Paper magazine; Willow and Jaden Smith: Our parents are our 'biggest role models'; Sturgill Simpson slams Academy of Country Music over Merle Haggard Spirit Award ; Ariana Grande releases 'Side to Side' video featuring Nicki Minai Taylor Swift excused from jury duty in Nashville.

On This Day In Entertainment History

1949- Actor Richard Gere was born


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Episode 493 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include Director Doug Liman exits 'Gambit' to helm 'Dark Universe' for DC, Warner Bros.; Stan Lee defends Zendaya as Mary Jane Watson: 'It'll be absolutely wonderful'; Dwayne Johnson named world's highest paid actor; celebrities support Leslie Jones after website hack; Maksim Chmerkovskiy confirmed for 'Dancing with the Stars' Season 23; Connie Britton may depart 'Nashville' after Season 5; 50 Cent's aunt 'traumatized' by 'Power' nude scene; Scott Eastwood apologizes to late ex-girlfriend's dad; Bob Odenkirk penning comedic memoir; 'Modern Family' star Sarah Hyland dishes about her upcoming 'XOXO,' 'Dirty Dancing' roles; Amanda Bynes posts rare update: 'I am really loving school'; Audrina Patridge introduces daughter Kirra: 'We are so beyond in love'; 'Teen Mom 2' star Jenelle Evans expecting baby No. 3; Jennifer Lopez and Casper Smart reportedly call it quits; French fashion pioneer Sonia Rykiel dies at 86; Lifetime exploring Britney Spears' life story with upcoming movie; Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke and T.I. appeal 'Blurred Lines' copyright ruling; and Questlove partners with Pandora on weekly three-hour radio show.

On This Day In Entertainment History

1978- Grease movie soundtrack earns its second #1 hit song

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Episode 492 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include AFI cancels 'Birth of a Nation' screening in wake of Nate Parker rape trial controversy; Jennifer Lawrence named world's highest paid actress for second year in a row; Kit Harington says 'Game of Thrones' will get 'very bleak'; Joseph Fiennes joins Hulu dystopian drama, 'The Handmaid's Tale'; Sarah Paulson joins FX's Hollywood drama 'Feud' as Geraldine Page; USA developing new drama starring John Cho; Rupert Grint to star in 'Snatch' TV remake; new Discovery series shows Idris Elba training to be a professional kickboxer; 'Nashville' Season 5 to premiere in 2017; 'The Departed' TV series in development at Amazon; John Krasinski tells Conan about the time Matt Damon made out with his wife; Taraji P. Henson to release M.A.C. Cosmetics makeup collection; Candace Cameron Bure says daughter auditioned for 'The Voice'; Amy Schumer: Hollywood parties are 'my worst nightmare'; Naya Rivera reveals she had abortion while on 'Glee'; Blake Lively on her post-baby body: 'There's a level of insecurity'; Kourtney Kardashian: Scott Disick reconciliation would be 'so much work'; Leslie Jones' website goes offline after invasive hack; Luann de Lesseps defends fiance after kiss photos: 'It wasn't an affair, it was a mistake'; Bella Thorne comes out as bisexual on social media; Britney Spears, James Corden perform 'Toxic' in Carpool Karaoke teaser; and the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart for the week of September 3rd.

On This Day In Entertainment History

1939- The Wizard of Oz opens in theaters

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Episode 491 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include James Gunn defends Zendaya's casting in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'; Emma Stone falls for Ryan Gosling in new 'La La Land' trailer; Michael Pena to star in upcoming horror film, 'The Bringing'; Vin Diesel plays down feud with Dwayne Johnson, says actor 'shined' on 'Fast 8'; Dwayne Johnson: New 'Jumanji' is a sequel to original; Heather Locklear returns to TV in 'Too Close to Home'; Halle Berry returns in dramatic first 'Kidnap' trailer; John Legend developing Black Wall Street drama for WGN America; Maisie Williams teases 'Game of Thrones' Season 7: 'I'd start preparing yourselves now'; Courteney Cox joins Bear Grylls for Irish survival adventure Renee Zellweger on aging: 'It's fun; you want to evolve'; Dennis Quaid dating 30-year-old model Santa Auzina; Steven Hill, who starred on ‘Law & Order’ and ‘Mission: Impossible,’ dies at 94; Jessa Duggar expecting second child: 'We are overjoyed'; Aretha Franklin cancels concerts on 'doctors' orders'; Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel take over hosting duties for Leo DiCaprio's Hillary Clinton fundraiser; Demi Lovato faces copyright lawsuit from Sleigh Bells; Ariana Grande spotted kissing rapper Mac Miller; James Corden, Coldplay honor Prince with 'Nothing Compares 2 U'; and Future set to perform at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards.

On This Day In Entertainment History

1981- John Lennon's killer is sentence to life in prison.

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Episode 489 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories includes Zendaya to play Mary Jane Watson in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming,' sources say; 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' star Tom Holland visits children's hospital in costume; Melissa Benoist shares photo of Lynda Carter from 'Supergirl' set; Wil Traval signs on to play Human Target on 'Arrow';  'The Lost Boys' TV series in development at The CW; Lauren Graham waiting for 'Parenthood' revival; Emily Blunt, John Krasinski return to red carpet after daughter's birth; Allison Holker returning to 'Dancing with the Stars' after son's birth; Chris Hardwick and Lydia Hearst get married in Pasadena, Calif.; U.S. vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine to appear on Thursday's 'Late Show'; Hailey Baldwin to release own makeup collection through ModelCo; T.J. Miller to host the Critics' Choice Awards for a second year; Warwick Davis to host British quiz show 'Tower of Ten'; Ariana Grande, Kristin Chenoweth in teaser clip for 'Hairspray Live!'; Sophie Turner teases Sansa's 'options' in 'Game of Thrones'; 'Bob Newhart Show,' 'Rugrats' favorite Jack Riley dies at 80; Matt Roberts, formerly of 3 Doors Down, dead at 38; Kim Kardashian vacations with North and Saint West; Frank Ocean releases surprise video 'Nikes' and album 'Blonde'; 'Suicide Squad' tops the North American box office for third weekend; and 'Suicide Squad' passes $500M box-office milestone.

On This Day In Entertainment History

 1938- Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers grace Life cover


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Episode 488 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include Ryan Lochte, other U.S. swimmers made up robbery story; Jared Leto to co-star in 'Blade Runner' sequel; Kit Harington says this last season of 'Game of Thrones' was his 'most powerful'; Thomas Gibson on 'Criminal Minds' firing: 'I'm disappointed'; 'Guardians of the Galaxy' director James Gunn appears on 'Bachelor' spinoff aftershow; 'Walking Dead,' 'Doctor Who' panels for New York Comic Con to take place at MSG; Andrea Martin to play Ariana Grande's mom in 'Hairspray Live!'; Nate Parker on 1999 rape trial controversy: 'I cannot change what has happened'; Cindy Crawford's daughter Kaia Gerber lands first solo magazine cover; Christie Brinkley's daughter Sailor: 'Stop comparing me to my mot Diana Ross celebrates Tracee Ellis Ross' Emmy nom with full-page; Natalie Portman on Marvel cinematic universe: 'As far as I know, I'm done'; Rob Kardashian, Blac Chyna plan to marry in 2017; Blake Shelton apologizes for past tweets; and Lady Gaga announces new single coming in September.

On This Day In Entertainment History

1964- The Beatles kick off first U.S. tour at San Francisco’s Cow Palace.

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Episode 487 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include Arthur Hiller, the ‘Love Story’ director dies at the age of 92; Jack Huston says chariot-racing in 'Ben-Hur' was 'a rush'; Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly reuniting for Sherlock Holmes comedy 'Holmes & Watson'; Robert Downey Jr. eyes return to television; Jonah Hill says he was drawn to 'insane' story at the heart of 'War Dogs'; Pottermore to release series of short novels; Cyborg reportedly set to appear in upcoming 'The Flash' film; Disney pairs Alan Menken and Lin-Manuel Miranda to write new songs for the live action version of 'The Little Mermaid'; Catherine Zeta-Jones to return to TV in Ryan Murphy's 'Feud'; CBS releases trailer for JonBen Ramsey; Caitlyn Jenner's 'I Am Cait' canceled after two season; Jodie Sweetin on Olsen twins not appearing in 'Fuller House'; Khloe Kardashian on skin cancer scare: 'I had 8 in. of skin removed'; David Schwimmer on 'Friends' fame; Bella Hadid goes nude for Vogue Paris shoot; Zac Efron surprises Simone Biles, U.S. gymnastics team in Rio; Lady Gaga's father to release Italian cookbook; Drake introduces Eminem onstage in Detroit; and the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart for the week of August 27th.

On This Day In Entertainment History

1979- Chic’s “Good Times” hits #1 on the U.S. pop charts

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Episode 485 of The Entertainment Report With Ray Melo

News stories include 'Deadpool 2': Kyle Chandler, Mackenzie Davis linked to roles; Patty Jenkins responds to anonymous detractor's claim that 'Wonder Woman' is 'a mess'; production begins on 'Witness for the Prosecution' starring Kim Cattrall, Toby Jones; 'The Walking Dead': Daryl's fate teased in new Season 7 clip; Shemar Moore talks 'karma' after 'Criminal Minds' drama; Larry Wilmore 'saddened and surprised' about cancellation of 'Nightly Show'; Rob Kardashian, Blac Chyna fight in 'Rob & Chyna' preview; Chinese divers get engaged during medal ceremony at Rio Olympics; Leslie Jones on Rio Olympics: 'It's a time where all of us can forget about all the B.S.'; Michael Phelps retires; 'Empire' star Terrence Howard welcomes fifth child; Fyvush Finkel, 'Picket Fences,' 'Boston Public' star dead at 93; Tika Sumpter pregnant with first child; Kevin Smith to trolls attacking daughter Harley Quinn Smith: 'Don't be useless'; Kendall Jenner linked to rapper Tyler, the Creator;  Rod Stewart adds more shows to Las Vegas residency; Tom Hiddleston on media coverage of Taylor Swift romance: 'Hardest thing' is to not let 'falsehoods' affect you'; and Selena Gomez calls out Justin Bieber over Sofia Richie.

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1977- Elvis Presley dies at the age of 42

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