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A photographer for the gossip website TMZ had two golden opportunities Wednesday to ask Hillary Clinton about the private email account dogging her likely presidential campaign before the former secretary of state finally spoke out on Twitter.

And if it weren't for some really unfortunate phrasing, it's possible the photographer could've landed TMZ the exclusive. (That's admittedly a slim possibility.)

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In this era of movie remakes, reboots, sequels and franchises, it is hardly shocking to hear that Hollywood is adapting a property into a film for the sixth time. The only surprise is that it’s not a superhero. Last week, Variety reported that Brewster’s Millions would once again be coming to a theater near you. Based on a 1902 book by George Barr McCutcheon, Brewster’s Millions was adapted into an American film in 1914, 1921, 1926, 1945 and, most recently, 1985. It has also been a Broadway play, as well as a foreign film; two English movies have been made from the premise, and India got into the act with a 1988 version called Maalamaal.

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