Welcome back to the working week! And to greet your still-blurry-from-the-weekend eyes, here's today's Enstars Rundown, your daily dose of current events, political updates and pop culture news in an easy to read list.
Happy Monday!

...Or should we say BLACK MONDAY?! Markets around the world, including the U.S. stocks (which fell right at the start this morning), have plummeted due to fears of slowed growth in China. The Dow Jones briefly fell below 1,000 points, while European markets faced their worst loses since 2008 and the Chinese stock market took its biggest tumble since 2007.

According to tech site The Vege, Twitter has effectively shut down a network of sites that monitor and archive the tweets of politicians from around the world, specifically keeping tabs on what tweets that are deleted. The move essentially silences one the biggest social media watchdog groups in the world.

Read & Listen to This: If you've ever seen the tragedy that is Theodore Rex, the infamously bad 1995 straight-to-video movie starring Whoopi Goldberg as tough cop in the future that's partnered with a talking dinosaur then you need to read this oral history of how it's production at SlashFilm and listen to the below corresponding review by the How Did This Get Made? Podcast.

Recently departed Daily Show host Jon Stewart hosted WWE Summer Slam last night and seems to have had a really fun time. Good for him.

Read this: Vulture has an in-depth interview with Quentin Tarantino about his upcoming film The Hateful Eight and a whole lot more.

Awww of the Day: Mei Xiang, the female panda at the National Zoo in Washington DC gave birth to twins over the weekend.

Elon Musk's Hyperloop project, a theoretical high-speed rail system that would allow travelers to traverse the country in hours, may actually be a close to happening.

The government of Israel has ruled that Heinz ketchup no longer qualifies as ketchup. According to reports, the government's health ministry determined that Heinz doesn't contain enough "tomato solid" and much not be labeled as "tomato seasoning."

People keep taking inappropriate pictures with the recently unveiled Nicki Minaj wax figure at Madame Tussauds in Las Vegas and it's actually starting to be kind of a problem.

Things are apparently heating up in Korea. According to reports as many as 50 North Korean submarines, while South Korea is reported to be blasting K-pop across the border.

Watch this: The Westboro Baptist Church (pretty much everyone's least favorite current church in America) were protesting a concert by the Foo Fighters (pretty much everyone's favorite current rock band in America) outside the show's venue in Kansas City. The Foo Fighters' responded by Rick Rolling the WBC.