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Box Office Top 20: 'The Hitman's Bodyguard' hits No. 1
"The Hitman's Bodyguard" stole the weekend from the heist pic "Logan Lucky."
'The Hitman's Bodyguard' outdoes 'Logan Lucky' at box office
The Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds action comedy "The Hitman's Bodyguard" has taken the top spot at the box office this weekend with an estimated $21.6 million in grosses from 3,337 theaters according to studio estimates Sunday
Music service Pandora names Dish streaming exec Lynch as CEO
Music service Pandora has named Roger Lynch, the head of Dish's streaming video service, as its CEO as it wrestles with competition from Spotify and other newer music apps
In a weak summer at the box office, bright spots abound
Movie ticket sales are running 12.4 percent behind last summer, but bright spots _ from 'Wonder Woman' to 'Girls Trip' _ abound in Hollywood's most crucial season
'Annabelle' scares up $35M, jolting sleepy box office
The 'Conjuring' spinoff 'Annabelle: Creation' scares up $35 million, jolting a sleepy August box office
HBO hackers release 'Game of Thrones' scripts in new data dump
The hackers demanded millions in ransom before the release of a second round of files and emails from an executive at the company as well as more documents related to "Game of Thrones," and an upcoming script from an unaired episode.
FBI joins investigation into HBO cyberattack
The cyberattack is believed to be the biggest industry hacking ever and involves 1.5 terabytes of stolen data, according to officials.
Nintendo exhibits its latest games at E3 gaming expo
ABC News' Olivia Smith previews some of the latest games in the Nintendo universe at the E3 gaming expo.
Nintendo kicks off re-release of Pokemon game 'Pokken Tournament DX'
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Trail of global cyberattack could lead to North Korea
Cyber security researchers tracking the global cyberattack tonight say the trail could lead back to North Korea. Analysts from Google and and at least three major cybersecurity firms have pointed to a piece of code that appeared in both an earlier version of the WannaCry virus and the 2016 attack