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  • 20th Century Fox(NEW YORK) -- Taron Egerton is in theaters again as Gary "Eggsy" Unwin in Kingsman: The Golden Circle, the followup to the 2015 blockbuster Kingsman: The Secret Service. 
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  • Amiyah Scott - Fox/Jason Bell(NEW YORK) -- Ahead of Star's season two premiere next Wednesday, Amiyah Scott and Jude Demorest are revealing  how the hit Fox series has significantly changed their lives.
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  • ABC/Randy Holmes(NEW YORK) -- The new season of Saturday Night Live, its 43rd, gets underway September 30 with host Ryan Gosling and musical guest JAY-Z.  Now we know who will be following up the pair of guests in subsequent weeks.
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  • NETFLIX(NEW YORK) -- Jerry Seinfeld has said it before, and he'll say it again: don't expect a Seinfeld reunion.
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  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation/Giles Keyte(NEW YORK) -- While nobody can mistake Matthew Vaughn's madcap action comedy sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle for Academy Awards bait, its cast is laden with Oscar gold.
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  • ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) -- Jimmy Kimmel's war of words with Republicans over the party's latest proposed health care legislation continued Thursday night."A lot of people have been saying that I'm not qualified to talk about this," Kimmel said, addressing media criticism. "And that is true, I'm not qualified to talk about this, but I think those people forget -- Bill Cassidy named this test after me.  Am I supposed to just be quiet about that?" Kimmel was referring to Senator Bill Cassidy, R-L.A., -- co-sponsor of the current GOP health care bill -- who appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in May saying any measure he supported would have to meet a "Jimmy Kimmel test," for price protections for those with pre-existing conditions, among other measures -- a test which Kimmel says the new legislation does not meet.Kimmel fired back at Louisiana's other Senator, Republican John Kennedy, for questioning Kimmel's qualifications. "I'm not pretending to be an expert," Kimmel said, "I'm asking why people like you aren't listening to actual experts like the American Medical Association."  Most of all, on Thursday, Kimmel took aim at President Donald Trump.
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