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NAT021 - (ENT-TV-Spider-Man-New-Series) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) HOLLYWOOD. x-30s. (Jason Nathanson) A new animated "Spider-Man" debuts this weekend. (opens with music) (WA) (SOURCE:ABC) --

NAT022 - (ENT-TV-Jimmy-Kimmel-Live!) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) HOLLYWOOD. x-16s. In his monologue Thursday night on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!", host Jimmy Kimmel joked about U-S President Donald Trump lamenting the removal of Confederate statues in his morning tweets. ("..you know?") (SOURCE:ABC) --

NAT023 - (ENT-TV-The-Tonight-Show) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) NEW YORK. x-13s. During his monologue on "The Tonight Show" Thursday night, host Jimmy Fallon joked about a life-sized statue of U-S President Donald Trump installed on a New York City park bench. ("..elsewhere I, uh.") (SOURCE:ABC) --

NAT024 - (ENT-TV-Late-Night) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) NEW YORK. x-11s. During his monologue on "Late Night" Thursday night, host Seth Meyers joked about news website Axios publishing a list of groups U-S President Donald Trump has alienated. ("..of paper.") (SOURCE:ABC) --

NAT025 - (ENT-TV-The-Late-Show) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) NEW YORK. x-19s. On Thursday's "Late Show," host Stephen Colbert joked about the revelation that a monument on one of U-S President Donald Trump's golf courses commemorates a Civil War battle that never happened. ("..very sad.") (SOURCE:ABC) --

NAT026 - (ENT-TV-The-Late-Late-Show) LOS ANGELES. x-09s. On "The Late Late Show" Thursday night, host James Corden joked about U-S President Donald Trump calling the Confederate statues "beautiful." ("..over 30 years old.") (SOURCE:ABC) --

NAT027 - (ENT-FILM-The-Hitmans-Bodyguard) (FOR PRODUCTION) (NOT FOR ONLINE USE) UNDATED. x-21s. "The Hitman's Bodyguard" stars Ryan Reynolds as a bodyguard tasked with protecting his mortal enemy, a notorious hitman played by Samuel L Jackson, who must testify at the International Court of Justice. Here's a clip. …

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