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London is going down in flames, and the president’s life is in jeopardy. In the new London Has Fallen trailer with Gerard Butler and Morgan Freeman, London is under siege, and the entire city is practically detonated. Seriously, in this trailer alone, there’s 16 explosions. It looks wildly entertaining and hits theaters March 4, 2016. Watch the trailer above.

Trevor Noah had to take a few days off from his new Daily Show gig to get an emergency appendectomy, but he returned to his post last night.

Jimmy Fallon was one of his many well wishers. The fellow late night host, who was recently in the hospital for a finger injury, tweeted:

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Trevor tweeted jokes about having to do the show without his appendix, and even brought his experience to The Daily Show, commenting on the long wait in the American emergency room. Here’s to American healthcare, Trevor! Watch his opening monologue up top.

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Fans of BBC’s Luther have been rabid to find out details about a fourth season premiere for Idris Elba‘s hit show, and now everyone can finally rest easy.

The BBC network is bringing back the cop drama for a one-night special only, according to The Wrap. It will actually be a TV movie about the current state of Luther’s life, and how he deals with new realizations that come from a case he’s working on. From the BBC, the special “delivers a devastating blow that not only pulls him out of seclusion but pushes him closer to the edge than he’s ever been.”

Luther will air December 17 on BBC America.

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Time Warner is tired of losing customers, especially the millennials. The “cable-cutting generation” doesn’t care about expensive cable plans, but the company thinks it can win them back by introducing fewer ads, The Next Web reports.

Hulu has recently unveiled its limited-commercial plan, so maybe Time Warner believes this will help lure customers back. The fact still remains that fewer commercials probably won’t get younger customers to start another cable contract if the price is still the same. Time Warner should head back to the drawing board.

SOURCE: The Wrap, The Next Web | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty

What’s Happening In Hip-Pop: Trevor Noah Back At “Daily Show,” “Luther” Gets One-Night Special, & More was originally published on globalgrind.com

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