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  • ‘The Fight’: Film Review January 24, 2020
    In 1988, presidential candidate George H.W. Bush dismissed his rival Michael Dukakis as a “card-carrying member of the ACLU.” By contrast, Bush proclaimed himself “for the people,” as though the American Civil Liberties Union, a nonprofit organization that defends the equal human rights established in the Constitution, was instead championing UFOs. There’s a […]
    Amy Nicholson
  • Sean Hannity’s Newest Assignment Takes Him to Super Bowl LIV January 24, 2020
    Sean Hannity has talked with President Donald Trump many times, but never quite like this. Hannity is the latest TV-news personality to take on what has in recent years developed into a Super Bowl Sunday tradition: a pre-game interview with the President of the United States. Savannah Guthrie, Gayle King and Bill O’Reilly are among […]
    Brian Steinberg
  • CBS Orders Comedy Pilot From ‘9JKL’ Creator, Comedian James Acaster January 24, 2020
    CBS is developing a project that takes a comedic look at the age-old “12 Angry Men” dilemma of how does a jury come to a unanimous verdict? The network has issued a pilot order for “We The Jury,” a hybrid series from “9JKL” co-creator Dana Klein and Stephanie Darrow. The project hails from CBS Television […]
    Will Thorne
  • Will Forte Lands Oceanfront Contemporary Near Monterey January 24, 2020
    Actor and comedian Will Forte has splashed out $6.25 million for a dynamically sited contemporary in the rugged but ritzy and seriously expensive Carmel Highlands area, about ten miles south of the coastal community of Monterey, California. As was noted by the celebrity property gossips at Realtor.com, who first sussed out the clandestine late 2019 […] […]
    PMC
  • Taylor Swift Bows Out of Unannounced Grammy Performance January 24, 2020
    Taylor Swift has bowed out of a possible performance on the Grammy Awards program Sunday night just as stealthily as it appeared she might have bowed into it, multiple sources tell Variety. Her possible appearance on the show had been kept a secret — albeit not an extremely well-kept secret —  so her exit won’t […]
    chrislwillman
  • ‘American Idol’ Producer Fremantle Looks To Reduce Global Environmental Footprint January 24, 2020
    Aiming to reduce its waste and emissions, London-based “Idol” producer-distributor Fremantle has formed a partnership with Albert, a collaborative industry-backed project aimed at tackling the environmental impact of the entertainment sector.  Founded in 2011, Albert is governed by an industry consortium that includes BAFTA, independent companies and broadca […]
    msravindran
  • Private Investigator Testifies Harvey Weinstein Asked Him to Look Into ‘Red Flag List’ of Women January 24, 2020
    A private investigator was called to testify on Friday afternoon during the Harvey Weinstein trial. Sam Anson, an investigator for the company Guidepost Solutions, was called in as a witness by the state. Anson said he was approached directly by Weinstein to investigate people he believed were talking to journalists about his sexual conduct with […]
    Elizabeth Wagmeister
  • Warner Bros. Launches $1.1 million Funding Initiative in Germany January 24, 2020
    Warner Bros.’ Hamburg-based German division, Warner Bros. Entertainment GmbH, has agreed for the first time to financial contributions of €1 million ($1.1 million) annually for regional funder Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein (FFHSH). The three-year deal, signed between Warner Bros. and the FFHSH on Friday, marks the first time that Warner Bros. has […]
    msravindran
  • Intl. TV Newswire: NATPE Deals, ZED Pre-sales, Aardman Distribution January 24, 2020
    In this week’s International TV Newswire Variety recaps more NATPE news from All3Media, Comedy Central Latin America, AMC’s Acorn TV, VIS, El Deseo, Globo and Univision, ZED pre-sales from Realscreen and Aardman’s latest distribution pickup. All3Media Sells to Comedy Central, AMC Networks in Latin America Comedy Central Latin America and All3Media Internatio […]
    John Hopewell
  • ‘Falling’: Film Review January 24, 2020
    Viggo Mortensen may have three Oscar nominations to his name, but I get the feeling most folks still don’t take the guy seriously enough. Maybe they don’t realize that, in addition to his acting work, Mortensen is also a painter, a poet, a photographer and a musician. When “The Lord of the Rings” made him […]
    Peter Debruge

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  • Spain scrambles to recover after Gloria leaves path of destruction January 25, 2020
    Residents and officials throughout Spain have struggled to grapple with the destruction Storm Gloria has left in its wake. The battered country, now scrambling to clean up the mess, faces damaged railways and collapsed bridges amid the wreckage. Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez spent the week analyzing the stricken regions of the country, including a... […]
  • Groundhog Day storm brewing? Forecasters monitoring the situation closely January 24, 2020
    The weather pattern seems to be stuck in “weekend storm mode,” and one such potential weather system could take shape and impact the eastern United States in early February, making it the third weekend in a row that the region faces a storm threat. A storm affected the central and northeastern United States with a...
  • Sluggish storm to keep dumping snow over Midwest January 24, 2020
    A slow-moving storm already responsible for dumping more than half a foot of snow on parts of Missouri and Iowa will continue to produce fresh powder over a portion of the Midwest as it sluggishly drifts eastward into the weekend. As snow returns to Chicago and Milwaukee and reaches Detroit, air and ground travel disruptions...
  • Drawn out of darkness: This US town just saw 1st sunrise since November January 24, 2020
    For the first time since Nov. 18, the northernmost city in the United States saw the sun rise above the horizon on Thursday afternoon. Utqiaġvik, formerly known as Barrow, is located on the northern tip of Alaska far above the Arctic Circle. After 65 days of darkness, the sun rose at 1:09 p.m. AKST on...
  • Weather impacting NFL Pro Bowlers all week in Orlando January 23, 2020
    Following a late-week storm with drenching rain and thunder, a new storm is forecast to take shape over Texas and advance eastward over the Gulf of Mexico region this weekend. A powerhouse storm is not expected to develop, but the system has the potential to disrupt some weekend outdoor plans from the Texas coast to the...
  • Australians told to be on alert for deadly spider after heat, recent rain January 23, 2020
    After dealing with catastrophic fires then flooding and hailstorms, Australians are being warned to watch out for one of the world’s most deadly spiders due to what experts call “perfect conditions” for the arachnid to thrive. In a video posted to the Australian Reptile Park Facebook page, spokesman Dan Rumsey said the escalated threat from...
  • Northeast to face wide range of impacts from next potent winter storm January 23, 2020
    A storm trekking across the country toward the Northeast will arrive this weekend, but the latest forecast indicates a shift in the amount of snow it will produce — and where the snow will fall. Even though the storm slated for the Northeast continues to trend warmer, snow is still forecast to bury the northern...
  • Tragedy in NJ as 2 teens die after falling through thin ice January 23, 2020
    A pair of tragedies unfolded in New Jersey on Wednesday night when five teenagers fell through thin ice covering ponds in two towns across the state. The separate accidents left two teens dead and numerous others injured, including the emergency responders who worked to save them. In Carteret, located about 25 miles southwest of New...
  • 'Unprecedented' locust swarms devastating several countries in Africa fueled by multiple weather factors January 23, 2020
    Photos show intense swarms of desert locusts surrounding villagers in Kenya, where the insects are destroying crops.
  • Iguanas spring to life after being stunned by cold spell in Florida January 22, 2020
    Winter in Florida? The winter haven for freeze-fleeing northern residents? How could it be? For three days this week, some Floridians have been forced to deal with the most daunting of Southeastern circumstances: freezing temperatures. After spending much of the first half of the month sweating through temperatures that were routinely more than 5 to 15...

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