Daniel Craig, back as Bond, keeps 007 fans on edge

FILE - This is a Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015 file photo of actor Daniel Craig poses for the media as he arrives for the German premiere of the James Bond movie 'Spectre' in Berlin, Germany. British actor Daniel Craig announced he returning to cars, cocktails and camera pens to play James Bond in the franchise’s next film, due out in 2019. The 49-year old actor told Stephen Colbert on Tuesday night’s “Late Show” that it will likely be his last time playing 007, and that he hopes to “go out on a high note.” (AP Photo/Michael Sohn/File)

NEW YORK — Daniel Craig’s 007-era will die another day.

In a weak summer at the box office, bright spots abound

This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Chris Pine, left, and Gal Gadot in a scene from, "Wonder Woman." The film, directed by Patty Jenkins, opens June 2. (Clay Enos/Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)

NEW YORK — On their face, the numbers are grim. Movie ticket sales in North America are running roughly half a billion dollars behind last summer’s box office, making this one of lowest-grossing summers in years.

Love, somehow, shines through ‘The Glass Castle’

This image released by Lionsgate shows, from left, Sadie Sink, Charlie Shotwell, Ella Anderson, foreground center, Woody Harrelson, Naomi Watts and Eden Grace Redfield in "The Glass Castle." ( Jake Giles Netter/Lionsgate via AP)

Any parents of young children — or anyone thinking of hearing the pitter-patter of little feet — are urged to go to their local movie theater and see “The Glass Castle.” Not as a how-to guide, mind you. No, that might actually get you thrown in jail.

Glen Campbell, 1960s and ’70s superstar, dies

In this Feb. 15, 1979 file photo, country singers Glen Campbell, left, and Tanya Tucker, engaged to one another, are shown at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. Campbell, the grinning, high-pitched entertainer who had such hits as "Rhinestone Cowboy" and spanned country, pop, television and movies, died Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2017. He was 81. Campbell announced in June 2011 that he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. (AP Photo, File)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Glen Campbell, the grinning, high-pitched entertainer whose dozens of hit singles included “Rhinestone Cowboy” and “Wichita Lineman” and whose appeal spanned country, pop, television and movies, died Tuesday, his family said. He was 81.

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