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Dwayne Johnson lives to tell the tale in "Central Intelligence." He sat at the geek table in high school and was tortured by bullies. Twenty years later he returns as a CIA agent and reconnects with former classmate Kevin Hart. But he's stuck in a mid-life rut until Johnson pulls him into an international conspiracy.

Bachelors look for love in all the wrong places "Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates." Zac Efron and Adam Devine play brothers whose parties usually end with an ambulance. They're instructed to behave for their sister's wedding, so they search for respectable dates. What they get is a couple of floozies looking for a free vacation.

Elle Fanning is dressed to kill in "The Neon Demon." She's a small town girl trying to make it as a Hollywood model. But she soon discovers how vicious the cult of couture can be and just how far she'll go to keep her place in the spotlight.

Artists talk about the most famous moonwalk this side of Neil Armstrong in "Motown 25." We can't show Michael Jackson’s six seconds that changed the world here, but you can take a look at that and other great moments from this release of the television special that first aired in 1983.

Marlins Honor Fernandez

The Miami Marlins are finding a way to play after their star pitcher, Jose Fernandez, was killed in a boating accident early Sunday morning.

Marlins slugger Giancarlo led a pregame tribute for Fernandez. Then in the bottom of the first, Marlins infielder Dee Gordon came up to the plate wearing Jose Fernandez' batting helmet and took the first pitch from the right-handed batter's box, in honor of Fernandez. With his regular helmet, and batting from the left side, Gordon then launched a home run into the upper deck. It was Gordon’s first home run of the season.

Gordon was so overcome with emotion, he could barely make it back into the dugout. The Marlins went on to beat the Mets 7-3 on an emotional night in Miami.

Prince George Denies a High-Five

After arriving in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, Prince George denied Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a high-five.

Proving he's just like any other three-year-old kid, Prince George refused to give Trudeau a high-five on the tarmac at the royal family's arrival. The Prime Minister then offered a low-five followed by a handshake, but neither worked for the prince.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge returned to Canada over the weekend for their first ever royal tour with both their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte.