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'Reign' Season 3 Episode 12 Spoilers: Mary Faced With A Difficult Decision

Fans of The CW's hit historical fantasy drama TV series "Reign" Season 3 has been right along to suspect that the introduction of the English court in the story could bring so much trouble. For one, there's the growing tension between Mary, the Queen of Scots and Elizabeth, the Queen of England.

'General Hospital' Spoilers: Liz Gives Franco a Chance, Nathan's Secret to be Revealed?

Daytime soap opera "General Hospital" is going to be messy and full of unexpected twists this week. According to a spoiler report by Celeb Dirty Laundry, Liz will be getting closer to Franco. Actress Rebecca Herbst is back to reprise...Show More Summary

Will.i.am's Standalone Smartwatch Dial Now Available for Pre-Order in the U.K.

The new smartwatch by Will.i.am has arrived. According to a report by The Verge, the standalone smartwatch dubbed as the Dial is now available for pre-order in the U.K. It's considered to be an updated version of the previous smartwatch called Puls which former Black Eyed Peas musician and producer Will.i.am also introduced to the tech market.

'Gotham' Season 2 Episode 19 Spoilers: Gordon, Bruce Gets Too Deep; Hugo Strange Unleashes A Resurrected Galavan

After skipping a week, Fox's hit crime fighting drama TV series "Gotham" Season 2 returns with a brand new episode that will introduce a much stronger, more ruthless version of the previously-slain Theo Galavan. How will Jim Gordon and his friends fare with the latter?

Lecrae: Before Salvation I Idolized Rappers Tupac and Ice Cube

Lecrae reveals in his new book, "Unashamed," that rappers Tupac and Ice Cube were his idols when he was craving acceptance and being led astray by a gang-banging uncle.

-Department of Education ‘Shame List’: The Beginning of Government Persecution of Christian Colleges?

The Obama administration’s Department of Education recently published a ‘shame list’ of Christian colleges seeking a religious exemption to federal Title IX ‘anti-discrimination’ laws.  Here’s the story from the Blaze: According to the list, more than 230 schools have received exemption from Title IX as of April 1, with more than 30 requests still pending. […]

'The Punisher' News: Marvel Orders Spinoff Starring Jon Bernthal

The introduction of the iconic Marvel antihero Frank Castle/The Punisher, played by "The Walking Dead" alum Jon Bernthal, was considered by many to be one of the best things about the second season of Netflix's "Daredevil."

'Teen Wolf' Season 6 News: Surprises in Store

The upcoming season of "Teen Wolf" season 6 is expected to bring a lot of surprises.

Kelly Ripa 'Live! Rumors: Veteran Host Planning to Leave Show?

Following the controversial week-long leave that Kelly Ripa took recently, new reports now suggest that the long-time host is planning the morning show.

John Piper: Money, Sex and Power Can Be Used to Glorify God

While money, sex and power can be dangerous if used incorrectly, they should also be viewed as gifts that can be used to glorify God, John Piper writes in his new book Living in the Light: Money, Sex, and Power.

"Money" Mayweather Hinting At Possible Return

Retired undefeated boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. has hinted about a possible return.

'Justice League: Part 1' Movie Update: Jeremy Irons to Reprise Alfred Role, Movie to Focus More on Batman?

Despite the rumored mess happening in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU), "Justice League: Part 1" is slowly taking shape. After it was confirmed that actor JK Simmons is joining the movie as Commissioner Gordon, Jeremy Irons has confirmed that he is returning to the DCEU as he reprises another role that is identified with Batman, his butler Alfred.

'Arrow' Season 4 News, Spoilers: Paul Blackthorne Was In A 'Dark Place' Following Black Canary's Death; EP Talks Diversity

While many were saddened over the death of Laurel Lance/Black Canary (Katie Cassidy) in the current season of The CW's "Arrow," actor Paul Blackthorne, who plays Laurel's onscreen father, Quentin Lance, said that he found himself in a "dark place" after the character's passing.

'The Flash' Movie Update: Seth Grahame-Smith Departs from Film as Its Director

Will "The Flash" movie experience a slowing down now that its originally slated director Seth Grahame-Smith has left the movie over the issue of creative differences? According to The Hollywood Reporter, it may not be so as Warner Bros. Show More Summary

Ewan McGregor on His Portrayal of Jesus Christ in 'Last Days in the Desert'

Being the latest actor to take on the high pressure role of portraying the son of God, Ewan McGregor says when he agreed to star in "Last Days in the Desert" he decided not to focus on the Divine nature of Jesus Christ.

'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Movie News: 'Spider-Man' Wishes Captain America to be Part of His Movie, Too

After the announcement that Robert Downey Jr. will suit up as Iron Man once more in the upcoming "Spider-Man: Homecoming" movie that will officially launch Tom Holland as the new web-slinging and spurting superhero via a solo film, some can't help but wonder if Chris Evans' Captain America character will take part in the movie, too. Show More Summary

5 Bible Verses for Those Feeling Tired

When feeling weary and tired, here are five Bible verses to pick you right back up. All verses are taken from the New International Version.

'Avengers: Infinity War' Movie News: Movie to Introduce Captain Marvel?

While the actress to breathe life to the character is still unknown, rumor has it that Carol Danvers, aka Captain Marvel, is definitely appearing in another Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) movie offering, "Avengers: Infinity War," before the filming for her first solo big screen incarnation begins.

Leica M-D Typ 262 Camera Officially Announced, No LCD Screen Included

German camera manufacturer has officially announced its newest digital M generation camera called the M-D Typ 262. An addition to its rangefinder system of cameras including the M and M-P (Typ 240), the M (Type 262) and the M Monochrom (Typ 264), the latest one in the line was designed with "Das Wescentliche" or "The Essentials" in mind, as noted in Ecumenical News.

'Aquaman' Movie News: Will Creative Differences Push James Wan to Drop 'Aquaman' Directorial Job, Too?

After the news saying that novelist and screenwriter Seth Grahame-Smith has thrown in the towel and left his "The Flash" movie directorial job, rumor has it that "Aquaman" movie director James Wan will follow suit.

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