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Donald Trump is not happy about missing golf on CBS this past weekend. (Ben Nelms/Bloomberg / August 13, 2013)
The convergence of politics and entertainment was in evidence again last week when President Obama took a shot at the excessive lifestyles of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West -- and Kim’s mother, Kris Jenner, shot back.
Zynga's David Ko and Colleen McCreary leaving in shuffle.
Hollywood marketing firm Cimarron Group to shut down.
With the help of faculty members who had ties in Hollywood, students at John Paul the Great Catholic University in San Diego recruited professional actors and crew members to help make "Red Line," about a terrorist attack that takes place on a Red Line subway in Los Angeles. Above, on the set of the movie, most of which was shot on a soundstage at the university. (Redline the Film LLC / August 14, 2013)