Look Away Lamar! Khloe Kardashian Forgets Her Marriage Woes As She Parties With The Game At Two Hollywood Hotspots

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Looking relaxed and happy, Khloe, who was wearing her wedding ring, enjoyed herself at hotpots Tru Hollywood and Drais, the club on the roof of the upscale W Hotel on Hollywood Boulevard. No doubt Lamar will be unhappy to see the pictures as earlier this year The Game, real name Jayceon Terrell Taylor, was forced to deny rumours he and Khloe were more than friends. ‘Swept off my feet!’ Kris Jenner gets up close and personal with hunky male dancers as she makes backstage visit to Broadway musical Chicago After pictures emerged of them hugging at LA hiking spot Runyon Canyon, he told TMZ that Khloe and her brother Rob were at the famous hiking spot to take part in his 60 Days of Fitness programme. ‘The pictures that they see of us out together are because she is a part of my 60DaysofFitness team,’ The Game told TMZ. ‘Khloe is my friend,’ he added. ‘She is like a sister. We have never and will never be sleeping together. Lamar [Odom] is my homie and her husband and I wish people wouldnt spread such false rumours.’ 29-year-old Khloe who did not drink alcohol and went home at 2.30am – looked flawless in skinny jeans and a long sleeved white top with her ombre tresses in flowing waves over her shoulders. The Game wore a backwards baseball cap and a black and white shirt while Malika was dressed all in black. Flawless: Khloe looked great as she put her marriage troubles behind her and happily posted for photographs on a Hollywood night out on Monday The rapper posted a picture to his Instagram page of him, Khloe and Malika. They were joined by Marquia Macklin, the 24-year-old mother of tragic Tiana Ricks, six, who was shot and killed outside her family’s home earlier this month. Tianas father was injured in the attack and The Game tracked down the family and donated $10,000 to cover funeral costs. Good spirits: While Khloe was in a great mood she didn’t drink alcohol during her night out and kept her wedding ring on The rapper recently announced he’s on a mission to give away $1,000,000 of his own money as part of a new endeavour he is calling the Robin Hood Project. He captioned the picture of them all: Positive energy.

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The first phase is planned to open in June 2016 and it will be fully operational by June 2017. A yacht marina, eight hotels and a theme park will be built to attract tourists. The company has signed a preliminary deal with “a number of global film and television giants and talent agencies” to shoot about 30 foreign films a year. It did not name the companies. Wang also hopes to attract more than 50 Chinese production companies to make at least 100 domestic films and TV shows a year at the studios, where sets will simulate locations from Europe, the Middle East and China’s Ming and Qing dynasties. Dalian Wanda, which operates cinemas, hotels and department stores in China, last year bought the U.S. cinema chain AMC for $2.6 billion and snapped up British yacht maker Sunseeker in June this year. The tycoon’s red carpet event in Qingdao underlined his outsized ambitions for China’s entertainment industry. Nicole Kidman, Ewan McGregor, John Travolta and Leonardo DiCaprio rubbed elbows with Chinese stars including Zhang Ziyi, Jet Li and Tony Leung at the event in Qingdao, best known for Tsingtao Brewery founded when Germany colonized the city a century ago. Wang’s success in attracting the A-list actors to his launch also highlights how the center of gravity in the global film industry is shifting to the east. In an interview, Wang boasted of his plans to expand in China’s movie market, which overtook Japan to become the world’s second biggest after ticket sales rose 36 percent last year to $2.7 billion.

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Earlier this year NASCAR driver Joey Logano appeared on Cartoon Network ‘s Hall of Games Awards show and driver Trevor Bayne was a presenter on the Radio Disney Music Awards. At the same time, NASCAR is adapting to new ways programs are viewed on computers, smartphones and other digital devices, programs that often are shorter than the conventional one hour- or 30-minute TV shows. Case in point: “Flat Out,” a reality show that follows driver Dylan Kwasniewski, 18, who has excelled in NASCAR’s minor leagues. NASCAR teamed with Vuguru, a studio founded by former Walt Disney Co. chief Michael Eisner , to develop “Flat Out” as an online program and sold it to AOL Inc. Tentative plans call for 10 to 15 episodes of about five minutes each. “The younger audience is very used to watching short-form video whenever they want, wherever they are,” Vuguru Chief Executive Larry Tanz said. But NASCAR isn’t selling just racing with “Flat Out.” It’s mainly selling Kwasniewski’s story, which tracks how he’s handling his life and fledgling career after his father, a Las Vegas hotel executive, committed suicide in 2010. Gabriel Lewis, head of AOL Studios, said that while NASCAR “as a brand carries weight,” ultimately “Dylan’s story is really what sold us.” Stoddard said that’s often true of all of NASCAR’s pitches. “You’ve got to have great stories” to get programs made in Hollywood, he said. “It’s not enough to just show up and say, ‘We’re NASCAR, we’ve got tens of millions of fans.'” The NASCAR-themed “Arranque de Pasion” stars acclaimed Mexican actress Kate del Castillo. To help promote the show, NASCAR arranged for Del Castillo to be the honorary starter at NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series race at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana last March. Such efforts are critical to drawing more Latinos to NASCAR, said Auto Club Speedway President Gillian Zucker, who has aggressively pursued her own diversity initiatives.