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Melania Trump ’20/20′ Interview: No Shockers, But Shows Poised First Lady

First Lady Melania Trump has always thought her husband was a “great leader,” dating back to before they were married. That was one of the not-so-shocking revelations from ABC-TV’s 20/20 interview, Being Melania: The First Lady, a title that recalls the cult classic Being John Malkovich, wherein a mind was entered. The sit-down was conducted in Kenya by ABC’s World News Tonight’s weekend anchor and Chief National Affairs Correspondent Tom Llamas, who traveled with the First Lady to Africa, which marked her first solo foreign trip since her husband was elected. ABC has been heavily thumping the tub for the interview, taking away some of the sizzle by its advance tipping of some of Melania Tr

'Greenleaf' Star Merle Dandridge Joins 'Murphy Brown' Revival At CBS

Merle Dandridge has joined Murphy Brown. She'll recur in the first season of the comedy's revival on CBS. Dandridge will play the team’s "arrogant CRC network boss, Diana Macomber." She’s a "no-nonsense, tough-as-nails career woman who is proud to have worked her way up to where she is today." "I am excited to have Merle Dandridge join us. She plays Diana brilliantly, and her comic timing is fantastic," said showrunner/executive producer Diane English. Dandridge has starred as Pastor Grace Greenleaf on OWN's Greenleaf since 2016. The Murphy Brown revival continues the original series about the eponymous broadcast news legend and her biting take on current events, now in a wor

'Black Panther 2': Ryan Coogler Closes Deal To Write And Direct Sequel

Ryan Coogler has quietly signed a deal to write and direct Black Panther 2. A sequel was always expected due to the massive success for the first film, but Marvel is said to have wanted to keep the team behind Black Panther for the next film, so the timing was up in the air. The Hollywood Reporter, who first broke the news, says, "In the weeks prior and after to the movie’s February release, both Marvel and Coogler’s camp were hounded about when a sequel deal would be inked. Typically, a filmmaker is more than willing to quickly sign on for a follow-up, and a studio is eager to snap up a key piece of talent in the lead-up to or right after a successful opening. But Coogler’s camp shook of

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