Roland Emmerich and his producing partner Dean Devlin are developing a big-screen reboot of their sci-fi adventure Stargate.
Rangers have been given some encouragement in their pursuit of striker James Vaughan.
Ben Mansford has left Barnsley for Leeds.
Eric Dier was the only Tottenham star to keep his place against Slovakia.
Ronald Koeman has been appointed the new Everton manager.
Let us briefly visit a land where common sense prevails.
Glasgow Rangers midfielder Joey Barton was not impressed with the performances of Daniel Sturridge and Jordan Henderson for England against Slovakia.
If anyone dared imagine what a Cleveland sports championship would look like before the dream became reality Sunday night, perhaps they foresaw the streets filled with revelers – thousands screaming in joy, some atop a fire truck.
Nico Rosberg is once again bossing the Formula One championship table – and with Austria to come, where he has won for the past two years, there was an extra spring in his step on Sunday night.
British Athletics has confirmed that Jama Aden, the Somali coach who has been arrested by Spanish police on doping charges, no longer works with Mo Farah even though he was “an unofficial facilitator” for Britain’s Olympic 5,000m and 10,000m champion when he trained in Ethiopia in 2015.
If you’re going to pay $100 for a ticket with a great aerial view of a corner flag, you deserve a chance to glimpse the tournament’s top player in action as well.
The Paul Pogba debate seems a very curious one to be having one match – and one win – into Euro 2016.
Very impressive, even if their opponents were disorganised and borderline disinterested.