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Here's the list of all of the movies that I watched in the month of July. Also, I've rated each one (By *'s) and hopefully this will help you make a decision to see or skip these flicks. I watched quite a variety...

Muppets From Space **
Bram Stoker's Dracula **
Green Room ****
Play Misty For Me ****
The Creature From The Black Lagoon ****
The Muppets ***
Swamp Thing ***
The Ghost and the Darkness **
Muppets Most Wanted **
The Night of the Following Day *
Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace *
Thunderbolt and Lightfoot ****
The Colony *
Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation **
The Kings of Summer ****

Please, let me know if you would like to know more about any of the movies I watched or why I liked or didn't like it.

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'The Walking Dead': Lauren Cohan says Maggie's story 'isn't finished'
The Walking Dead star Lauren Cohan says her character's story "isn't finished."

The 36-year-old actress discussed her future with the AMC series in an interview Wednesday with Andy Cohen Live after undergoing "standard renegotiation" about her salary.

"It wasn't actually that I was asking for [more pay], it was that my contract finished," she said her reported contract dispute. "So that's a pretty standard renegotiation."

Cohan debuted as Maggie Greene in The Walking Dead Season 2, and was promoted to series regular in Season 3. She is exploring other projects, including the new ABC pilot Whiskey Cavalier, but said she's not closing the door on Maggie.

"My Walking Dead story is open. It's not finished," the star said.

"We don't close doors. You don't break up with someone and forget about them and delete them from your life," she explained. "Things transition into different places."

Cohan previously confirmed to Entertainment Weekly that she will return as Maggie in Season 9.

"I'm going back," she said in April. "There's a lot more Maggie story to tell."

The Walking Dead Season 9 will premiere Oct. 7. Andrew Lincoln, who portrays Rick Grimes, confirmed last week that Season 9 will be his last on the show.

'Murphy Brown': Photos of first table read with Candice Bergen released
Candice Bergen and the cast of CBS' upcoming revival of Murphy Brown held their first table read recently with the network posting photos of the gathering on Twitter.

The photos, released Tuesday, feature Bergen in the middle of the ensemble cast happily going over a script together.

Bergen is seen sitting next to series newcomer Jake McDorman (Limitless) who is portraying Murphy Brown's grownup son Avery.

Original cast members Faith Ford and Joe Regalbuto, who are returning to reprise their roles as Corky Sherwood and Frank Fontana, are also seen sitting together next to Grant Shaud who is returning as Miles Silverberg.

"Back in the saddle...or rather, the newsroom! This morning, the #MurphyBrown team reunited on set for the first table read of the season!" the official Twitter account of the Murphy Brown revival said.

Bergen posted on Instagram a photo of the table displayed with name cards for the stars and the script. "The first read-through. July 24, 2018 Thirty years after the original," she said.

The revival, which is set to premiere on Sept. 27 at 9:30 p.m., will feature Brown and her team hosting a cable news morning show titled Murphy in the Morning as opposed to running news magazine FYI as seen in the original series which ran for 10 seasons from 1988 to 1998.

A built set for Murphy in the Morning can be seen in the background of the table read photos.

Murphy Brown's newest season, which will run for 13 episodes, will also feature Brown competing with her son who hosts his own conservative morning news program.

"I got out of the car to get to the hotel and people were screaming at the top of their lungs like I was Justin Bieber or something."
--Dylan Minnette, on experiencing superfans in Italy while promoting 13 Reasons Why, on Jimmy Kimmel Live

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Which late night host joined the Backstreet Boys in Las Vegas for live concert?

Hilary Duff posts new baby bump photo: 'Pregnancy is hard'
Hilary Duff is feeling the challenges of her second pregnancy.

The 30-year-old actress said in an Instagram post Wednesday that she's sick of her "weird body" and ready to welcome her baby girl with boyfriend Matthew Koma.

"The boobs are big the belly is big the body is big. Man.. pregnancy is hard," Duff captioned a new baby bump photo. "Giving love to all mamas who make it look effortless... this journey is hard as hell and also incredibly special."

"Lovely to have a little life inside and to day dream of all the new adventures to come buuuut almost impossible to get my own shoes on..sick of getting up 9 times a night to pee and looking at this weird body in the mirror that is not my own at the moment," she said.

"Women are so bad ass, this was just a note to remind myself and others how's strong and beautiful you are! WE GOT THIS!" the star concluded, adding a rainbow and heart emojis.

Duff is parent to 6-year-old son Luca Cruz with ex-husband Mike Comrie, and announced in June she's expecting with Koma. She answered questions about her pregnancy in a fan Q&A Wednesday on Instagram Stories.

"I haven't done as much for this baby as I have with Luca," the star said of her daughter's nursery. "I'm sure other second-time moms feel me. I love her just as much and I'm starting to get more prepared, but you're so much busier with the first child."

"We have picked out the baby's name, which is super cool and relieves a lot of stress because we agreed on it right away," she added.

Duff and Koma compared bellies in a cute photo last week.

"I win," Duff wrote.

Blac Chyna's mom entreats Amber Rose for help seeing grandchildren
Blac Chyna's mom is asking the star's best friend, Amber Rose, for help seeing her grandchildren.

Tokyo Toni begged Rose to intervene in an Instagram post Wednesday during a new feud with Blac Chyna. Blac Chyna is mom to 5-year-old son King Cairo Stevenson and 20-month-old daughter Dream Kardashian.

"Hey @amberrose you are the only person that I know that knows my daughter who does not fear her," Tokyo Toni wrote in the since-deleted post, according to Us Weekly. "Can you do me a favor if it's anywhere deep in your heart can you please tell her I said let me see those kids!"

"I'm so very sorry to come at you in this way on social media but there's no other way. You are a Libra Amber and you know where I'm going with this. I have not seen these kids and she's punishing me for nothing! I know I'm a sacrifice!!!!!"

BET said Tokyo Toni and Blac Chyna clashed last week after Tokyo Toni publicly disowned Blac Chyna in an Instagram video.

"She ain't no kid of mine," Tokyo Toni said in the clip.

Blac Chyna and Rose have yet to address Tokyo Toni's plea, although Blac Chyna posted a series of photos in a yellow outfit Wednesday. The 30-year-old television personality is mom to King with Tyga and to Dream with Rob Kardashian.

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Which late night host joined the Backstreet Boys in Las Vegas for live concert?

James Corden headed to Las Vegas and joined the Backstreet Boys for an onstage performance Tuesday on The Late Late Show.

Corden, after meeting the boy band who are continuing their Las Vegas residency, made himself a member of the group by kicking out Brian Littrell after holding an unfair blind vote.

"Show me the meaning of being lonely," the comedian said in reference to a Backstreet Boys song title as Littrell left in anger.

Corden then unsuccessfully practiced with the Backstreet Boys and crashed their meet-and-greet with fans.

The concert featured Corden joining Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, Howie Dorough, and AJ McLean to perform "Larger Than Life." The performance featured elevated platforms and digital renderings of each member's face including Corden's.

Corden then quit the group after realizing that the concert would include the Backstreet Boys performing 22 songs in total.

Corden last performed with the Backstreet Boys in September 2016 on the Late Late Show, singing their song "Everybody."

Backstreet Boys returned with their first single in five years with the release of "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" in May.