Interviews with Russian President Vladimir Putin, conducted by Academy Award-winning filmmaker Oliver Stone, will air in a four-hour documentary that is set to air on Showtime on four consecutive nights beginning June 12.
"The Putin Interviews" is culled from a series of a dozen interviews conducted by Stone with assistance from producer Fernando Sulichin.
The most recent interview was recorded in February, after the U.S. election and President Trump's inauguration.
Hello, hello, sweet Charlotte! Britain's Princess Charlotte turns 2 on Tuesday and, in keeping with tradition, her parents have released a new personal photograph of the tiny royal at play.
"The Duke and Duchess are delighted to share a new photograph of Princess Charlotte to mark her second birthday tomorrow," the couple said in a statement, followed by a tweet saying they "would like to thank everyone for the lovely messages they have received & hope that everyone enjoys this photograph as much as they do."
TRH would like to thank everyone for the lovely messages they have received & hope that everyone enjoys this photograph as much as they do.
The daughter of Prince William and Catherine, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, is fourth in line for the British throne. Grandpa Prince Charles, dad William and older brother Prince George, 3, are ahead of her.
Kilmer previously denied having a lump in his throat. (Sign up for our free video newsletter here http://bit.ly/2n6VKPR)
Val Kilmer has confirmed he had a "healing of cancer."
Doing a Reddit AMA last week, the 57-year-old actor was asked about the story behind Michael Douglas' comment last November that Kilmer was “dealing with exactly what I had.”
What Douglas had was oral cancer, which he had battled publicly. However, when the "Wall Street" actor made that comment in late 2016 about his "Ghost and the Darkness" costar, Kilmer had called Douglas "misinformed" and said only that he'd had a lump in his throat.
The 44th annual Daytime Emmy Awards were held Sunday at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium and streamed live on Facebook. The awards show was hosted by Mario Lopez of "Extra" and Sheryl Underwood of "The Talk."
Winners included "Good Morning America" for morning program and "General Hospital" for drama.
Steve Harvey was a double winner for his hosting work on "Family Feud" and "The Steve Harvey Show." Mary Hart, formerly of "Entertainment Tonight," was honored with a lifetime achievement award.