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  • Film Review: ‘QT8: Quentin Tarantino, The First Eight’ October 19, 2019
    In one of the intermittent revealing moments in “QT8: Quentin Tarantino, The First Eight,” a documentary about the films of Quentin Tarantino that’s like a familiar but tasty sundae for Quentin fans, we see Tarantino on the set of “Pulp Fiction,” shooting the iconic dance contest at Jack Rabbit Slim’s. As John Travolta and Uma […]
    Owen Gleiberman
  • Execs from Motown, Live Nation, Recording Academy Set to Speak at Culture Creators’ Inaugural C2 Summit October 19, 2019
    Culture Creators, the organization which recognizes minorities in film, television, music and fashion, is holding its first-ever C2 Summit on Oct. 21 in Washington D.C. Its mission: to engage, mentor, and provide recruitment opportunities to students of color attending historically black colleges and universities. Students were selected from an application p […]
    Lorraine W.
  • SESAC Toasts Rami Dawod as Pop Songwriter of the Year October 18, 2019
    Camila Cabello’s “Never Be The Same” and “Electricity” by Mark Ronson and Silk City featuring Dua Lipa are just a few of the co-writing credits celebrated during an October 16 dinner at Nobu Malibu hosted by SESAC in honor of Rami Dawod. Named Pop Songwriter of the Year by the performance rights organization, Dawod is […]
    Shirley Halperin
  • Why Emma Stone Was Haunted by Fear of Vomiting While Shooting ‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ October 18, 2019
    SPOILER ALERT: The following story contains a slight spoiler for “Zombieland: Double Tap.” The zombie slayers are back! Ten years after Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg and Abigail Breslin first killed dead people walking in “Zombieland,” they’ve reunited for “Zombieland: Double Tap.” “You take stock of your life a little bit,” Stone says of […] […]
  • Marcus Buckingham Lists Sunset Strip Villa October 18, 2019
    English bestselling author and motivational speaker Marcus Buckingham is writing himself out of his Hollywood Hills crash pad. Barely two years after he bought the property for $3.3 million, the divorced father is moving on, having attached a $3.75 million pricetag to his charming 1920s home. Set just above the iconic Sunset Strip and a […]
  • Live+3 Ratings for Week of Oct. 7: ‘Batwoman’ Doubles, ‘This Is Us’ Tops Scripted October 18, 2019
    After swooping in with a solid debut in Live+3, the CW’s “Batwoman” doubled in week 2 after three days of delayed viewing to a 0.6 rating from a 0.3. That figures is still down a 0.1 ratings point on the tally from its premiere. “This Is Us” finished as the top scripted show in Live+3, […]
    Will Thorne
  • John Cho Injured on Set of Netflix’s ‘Cowboy Bebop,’ Production Halted for 7-9 Months October 18, 2019
    “Cowboy Bebop” star John Cho sustained a knee injury on the set of the live-action Netflix series while filming in New Zealand in October, Variety has learned, leading to a 7-9 month break in production. While the nature of the incident that led to the injury is not altogether clear, it occurred during a rehearsed […]
  • The Best Horror Films to Stream Right Now October 18, 2019
    Good horror movies aren’t always easy to scare up, but with Halloween on the horizon, Variety has compiled a list of some of the best horror films available on Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu. NETFLIX Apostle Cult horror meets religious hypocrisy in this creepy gothic thriller, which follows prodigal son Thomas Richardson, who returns home […]
    Nate Nickolai
  • TV News Roundup: NBC Announces ‘Making It’ Season 2 Premiere Date October 18, 2019
    In today’s TV news roundup, NBC announced the “Making It” Season 2 premiere date and HBO Max greenlit a new docuseries from Brad Goreski and Gary Janetti. DATES Hosts Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman will return with the second season of “Making It” on NBC Dec. 2. After the show’s holiday season premiere, the show […]
  • ‘Stranger Things’ Star Brett Gelman Joins Michael B. Jordan in ‘Without Remorse’ October 18, 2019
    Brett Gelman, best known for his scene-stealing roles in “Fleabag,” “Stranger Things” and “Love,” has joined Michael B. Jordan in Paramount’s adaptation of Tom Clancy’s “Without Remorse.” Jamie Bell and Jodie Turner-Smith are also on board. Jordan is starring as operations officer John Clark, also known as John Terrence Kelly, a former Navy SEAL who […] […]
    Justin Kroll

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  • Cops find dead woman dumped in wooded part of the Bronx
    Police found a dead woman wrapped in a blanket and dumped near in a wooded area in the Bronx Friday night. “When we got there her whole body was wrapped up," said a police source. "Only her head was sticking out.” The unidentified corpse was discovered by cops responding to a 911 call of a possible...
  • Aaron Hicks believes in himself
    We thought Aaron Hicks wasn’t supposed to be here. Emphasis on we. Cameron Maybin, whose home locker resides a few feet away, reminded the press box experts something we should know well by this point — that we don’t know everything going on, including how Hicks and his teammates felt about his...
  • SEE IT: Cops seek duo in come-from-behind Upper West Side mugging
    Cops are looking a duo who walloped a woman from behind in robbery in Manhattan Thursday while witnesses did nothing. An unidentified 57-year-old woman was walking through a construction shed over the sidewalk at 200 Amsterdam Ave. near W. 69th St. when the muggers struck. One of the attackers...
  • Anheuser-Busch accuses MillerCoors of acquiring secret recipe for Michelob Ultra and Bud Light
    Trouble’s a-brewin’ between big-time booze businesses. Anheuser-Busch InBev is accusing competitor MillerCoors of procuring secret recipes for two of its most popular beverages, Bud Light and Michelob Ultra. On Thursday, the world’s largest brewer claimed in court that MillerCoors, maker of famous...
  • Yankees focused on bullpen game as ALCS goes back to Houston
    Now that the Yankees secured at least one more game in Houston, they have to figure out who’s pitching it. Both the Astros and Yankees will go with a bullpen game Saturday night at Minute Maid Park. Should the Yankees win Game 6, Luis Severino will start Game 7 against Astros ace Gerrit Cole. “We'll...
  • Chipotle manager accused of raping worker who says she was also sexually harassed during sexual harassment training session: lawsuit
    A Manhattan Chipotle manager raped one of his workers, and when she reported the attack and months of sexual harassment, she was fired by the company and accused of stealing chips, according to a new lawsuit obtained by the Daily News. The relentless abuse got so bad for the married 44-year-old...
  • Fruity thieves pluck 7,000 pounds of apples from Michigan orchard
    This robbery will shake you to your core. Spicer Orchards, located in Hartland Township, Mich., was fruit-napped last week by thieves who quietly pinched 22,000 apples. Sometime between Oct. 6 and Oct. 10, about 7,000 pounds of produce were pilfered, and the farmers don’t know how the caper was...
  • James Paxton keeps the Yankees’ season alive
    James Paxton does not really have an edge. The Yankee left-hander does not have the stare of an Andy Pettite or the intimidating presence of a CC Sabathia on the mound. Friday night, however, when Aaron Boone walked out to the Yankee Stadium mound with two outs in the sixth, he saw determination....
  • Report of burning hat delays Manhattan No. 6 trains — prompting helpful reminder from MTA tweeters
    Add setting hats on fire to your list of bad subway ideas. A report of someone trying to light up their hat delayed northbound No. 6 trains on Lexington Ave. on Friday night, MTA officials said. The NYCT Subway Twitter account reported the incident at 9:32 p.m. “Northbound 6 trains are delayed...
  • Kyrie Irving finally spoke on China
    Wearing a t-shirt that read “Protect kids, not guns,” Kyrie Irving addressed the media about the situation between Hong Kong and China that the NBA finds itself entrenched in in the aftermath of Rockets GM Daryl Morey’s tweet: “Stand with Hong Kong.” It was unavoidable, as separate groups of activists...
  • New life for Manhattan landmark Paris Theatre as Scarlett Johansson’s new flick ‘Marriage Story’ premieres Nov. 6
    We’ll always have Paris — maybe even a little longer than expected. The Paris Theatre, Manhattan’s final functioning single-screen cinema, seemingly had closed its doors for good in September. But Netflix asked for — and received — a temporary reprieve for the 581-seat theater to screen its latest...
  • Preseason ends and Knicks still have no clear starting point guard
    Whatever David Fizdale settles on at point guard it can’t be with great confidence. When the final buzzer sounded on the Knicks preseason, the winner of the battle felt no clearer. Dennis Smith Jr. had a chance to grab the spot Friday but struggled again with his efficiency. Elfrid Payton was a...
  • Nets ‘dress rehearsal’ against Raptors shows lots of rust
    It was a picture-perfect possession. Well, almost. Caris LeVert ripped Kyle Lowry at the basket, then pushed the ball the length of the floor before whipping a pass to Kyrie Irving in the corner. The Raptors defense rushed Irving, so he shuffle-passed the ball over to Joe Harris — the NBA’s reigning...
  • 6 kids rescued from Milwaukee house of feces, garbage and mold
    Six children have been rescued from a feces-felled hellhole that their mother refused to clean. Milwaukee resident Tracey Shields was arrested earlier this week and charged with abuse after cops waded through her filthy house that was filled with mold, garbage, flies and animal droppings. Shields...
  • Johnson & Johnson recalls batch of talcum powder after 1 bottle tests positive for ‘sub-trace’ asbestos amounts
    Out of an “abundance of caution,” Johnson & Johnson has recalled a batch of its iconic baby powder after minute amounts of asbestos was found in a single bottle from a lot shipped in 2018, the company said Friday. A U.S. Food & Drug Administration test of a bottle in lot number 22318RB had revealed...
  • Plea deal for Millennial who used Uber and Lyft to make her getaway after stealing a vaping device in Florida
    If she pays with Venmo, the script will be complete. A modelesque millennial agreed to pay a $350 fine for using Uber and Lyft to make her getaway after stealing a vaping device from a west Florida gas station. Hipster cliché Kate LaMothe reached a deal with Pinellas County prosecutors to pay a...
  • Middle-aged man arrested for molesting two kids at Magic Kingdom
    A 50-year-old man was busted at Disney’s Magic Kingdom after allegedly molesting one child at the park’s Haunted Mansion attraction and another at the Ye Olde Christmas Shop. James Jones was picked up Wednesday, according to the Orlando Sentinel. Molestation charges were leveled against him following...
  • JUSTICE STORY: Dumped doctor who savagely stabbed nurse lover to death surrendered to a Daily News reporter
    Ask any of his colleagues, and no one would have thought for a second that Dr. Rodrigo Sarmiento would turn out to be a vicious killer. The Philippine-born physician, a resident surgeon at a Brooklyn hospital who came to America only two years prior, was quiet, pleasant and undeniably passionate...
  • William Schreck, oldest living retired FDNY firefighter, dies at 104
    William Schreck, the city’s oldest retired FDNY firefighter, died Thursday. He was 104. The veteran and Smithtown, N.Y., resident was born in 1915, according to an obit posted by Branch Funeral Home. Schreck spent his entire FDNY career at Engine Company 218 in Brooklyn. He retired in 1960 after...
  • Zion Williamson’s durability concerns already becoming a reality
    Zion Williamson is unlike any NBA player in history. The size, the explosion, the intensity. It’s not just the height on Williamson’s vertical, it’s how quickly he gets there. A true athletic phenomenon. It’d be easy to envision him terrorizing the paint for 15 Hall of Fame years. And yet, Williamson...
  • Homeless woman found dead in NYCHA boiler room, blocks from her sisters‘ apartment
    A homeless woman who struggled with mental illness was found dead in a boiler room at the Riis Houses in the East Village — three blocks from her sisters’ apartment, where she was no longer welcome, family and neighbors said. The sprawling NYCHA complex was abuzz with talk about the death of Daisy...
  • Woman gang-raped in Bronx while two women help hold her down: cops
    A sick crew of four men and two women dragged a victim into a Bronx apartment early Thursday, where they beat her and raped her at knifepoint, cops said Friday. Three of the men raped the 36-year-old victim while three accomplices, including the two women, held her down, police said. The shocking...
  • Yankees wake up, tag Justin Verlander with two first-inning homers
    DJ LeMahieu bombed Justin Verlander’s second pitch of the game to the right field stands, and the Astros’ co-ace’s night only got worse from there. Aaron Judge singled, then Gleyber Torres ripped a double to left. Giancarlo Stanton struck out, giving Verlander a brief reprieve. But Stanton worked...
  • Priyanka Chopra Jonas to ‘let it go’ as voice of Queen Elsa in Hindi version of ‘Frozen II’
    A Hindi version of the “Frozen” sequel is in the works, starring one of Bollywood’s biggest stars. Priyanka Chopra Jonas revealed on social media that she and her cousin, Parineeti Chopra, will voice the iconic sister-duo in the Hindi dub of “Frozen II.” “Mimi and Tisha are now Elsa and Anna! #ChopraSisters...
  • 1990s cult classic ‘Clueless’ to be rebooted as Gen-Z mystery drama series
    As if! The 1995 cult classic movie “Clueless” is coming back as a TV series — with quite a different twist from before. The fun and lighthearted feel of the original film will be completely done away with and replaced with a darker vibe. Deadline reports that “Will & Grace” writers Jordan Reddout...

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