NBC has cut ties with Donald Trump following his derogatory comments on Mexican immigrants. The network has announced that it will not air the Miss USA and Miss Universe, and Celebrity Apprentice will continue airing without Trump.
While there's been some cooling down on the stock market after its monumental rise, Netflix looks to end the year strong. New data predicts the company will end 2015 with an nearly 10 million more international subscribers than 2014.
A new deal between Discovery and the International Olympic Committee means the BBC will no longer have Olympics TV rights from 2022 onwards. Eurosport, owned by Discovery, will broadcast the Winter and Summer Olympic Games.
Kanye West's performance at the Glastonbury Festival drew criticism and a stage crasher. Not only did a British comedian interrupt the concert, viewers complained to Ofcom, the British equivalent of the FCC, about the uncensored profanity.
A new Japanese trailer for Marvel Studios' Ant-Man hints at what makes Paul Rudd's character go from dodgy thief to hero when he dons the size-changing superhero's uniform to pull off a dangerous heist.
YouTube and developer Halfbrick have announced that the hit game Fruit Ninja will soon be a kid-friendly online animated series. Halfbrick will also be supporting user-created content on its YouTube channel.
Daredevil showrunner Marco Ramirez calls season 2 "Daredevil vs. the Punisher," but don't make assumptions too fast. While Charlie Cox will undoubtably butt heads with Frank Castle, it's looking like there may be a different villain.
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Ben Affleck and Warner Bros Pictures team up to develop a movie based around the book House of Deceit, detailing the scandalous exploits of FIFA executive Chuck Blazer in one of the biggest sports scandals of all time.