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  • Lars Von Trier Reunites Cast of ‘The Kingdom’ For Its Comeback May 17, 2021
    Lars von Trier has reunited several members of the original cast in his 1990s cult classic hospital series “The Kingdom” for the third and final season which will be shooting until the end of the summer. The cast of the anticipated return of “The Kingdom” includes Bodil Jørgensen, Ghita Nørby (“Silent Heart”), Nicolas Bro, Peter […]
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  • TrustNordisk Boards Danish Horror Romance ‘Attachment’ May 17, 2021
    TrustNordisk has boarded “Attachment,” an English-language horror romance steeped in Jewish folklore, directed by Gabriel Bier Gislason. Now in production, “Attachment” revolves around Maja, a Danish actress with her fading career who falls in love with Leah, a young, Jewish academic from London. But when Leah suffers a mysterious seizure, leading to a debil […]
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  • Why Netflix U.K. and Sky Teamed Up to Support Underrepresented Screenwriting Talent (EXCLUSIVE) May 17, 2021
    In an unprecedented move, streaming giant Netflix and Comcast-backed pay-TV operator Sky are teaming up with “Sex Education” and “Ms. Marvel” writer Bisha K Ali to create a screenwriting fellowship for six U.K. writers that will provide them with financial aid, a support network and ultimately a job in a writers’ room for either a […]
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  • Monaco Streaming Festival Sets ‘Off Hiatus’ Premiere, Reveals Speakers May 17, 2021
    The July 4 premiere of short “Off Hiatus,” presented by artist David LaChapelle and fashion designer Kai Milla, will be one of the highlights of the Monaco Streaming Film Festival. The short follows Milla as she and her associates provide exclusive access and insight to what really happens behind the scenes of fashion, through storytelling […]
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  • Netflix, Sky Set Up U.K. Screenwriters’ Fellowship; Helmer Bisha K Ali Details Plans For Program May 17, 2021
    The U.K. industry may be at the top of its game globally, with creative talent cleaning up at major award shows and becoming engrained in Hollywood, but the British system is far from an equal playing field for those trying to break in from different socioeconomic or ethnically diverse backgrounds. No one knows this better […]
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  • Australia’s ‘Kid Snow,’ ‘Petrol’ and ‘Memoirs of a Snail’ to Shoot After Receiving Funding May 17, 2021
    Federal funding body Screen Australia confirmed its backing for a trio of Australian film projects that will now move forward into production. Director Robert Connolly (“The Dry”) is behind two of them as producer. The funding decisions ensure that a steady stream of local films move into production, alongside the large volume of international films […] […]
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  • Korea’s Baeksang Awards Topped by Lee Joon-ik and Yoo Jae-suk May 17, 2021
    Feelgood movie “Samjin Company English Class” was named as the top movie at South Korea’s annual Baeksang Arts Awards, which were held behind closed doors for the second year running, due to COVID-19 restrictions. JTBC’s “Beyond Evil” was named as the top TV drama. The grand prizes went to Lee Joon-ik for his unconventional story […]
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  • ‘Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins’: Henry Golding Suits Up in First Trailer May 17, 2021
    The first trailer for “Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins” debuted Sunday night during the MTV Movie & TV Awards. Starring Henry Golding and Samara Weaving, the “G.I. Joe” spinoff is set for a theatrical release on July 23. Golding plays the titular character, a ninja commando who wields a deadly katana blade, wears all-black, hides […]
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  • Singing Billie Eilish Song Yields Shocking Elimination of ‘American Idol’ Fan Favorite May 17, 2021
    “American Idol” top four finalist Casey Bishop made a bold move Sunday night, sitting down with mentor Finneas to take on Billie Eilish’s “Wish You Were Gay.” She rocked the song’s co-writer/producer, and the judges, too — yet, despite all that love, apparently not everyone wished she would stay. “So, you’re singing my sister’s song,” […] […]
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  • ‘Spiral’ Tops Korean Box Office on Thinly-Sliced Weekend May 17, 2021
    “Spiral: From The Book of Saw” carved out the top spot at the South Korean box office over the weekend. But it was a thin slice of a painfully quiet weekend. Korea’s aggregate nationwide box office was just $2.60 million, almost unchanged from last week and within a whisker of being the smallest weekend total […]
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  • Very Severe Cyclonic Storm Tauktae turns deadly for COVID-ravaged India May 14, 2021
    The first Arabian Sea cyclonic storm of 2021 formed on Saturday morning, local time, and AccuWeather forecasters warn it will continue to bring detrimental impacts to India, which is currently engulfed in the world’s largest COVID-19 outbreak. Tauktae formed west of India early Saturday morning, local time. By Sunday morning, Tauktae strengthened into a very […]
  • Record-challenging warmth forecast for drought-weary North Central states May 14, 2021
    As the early part of the growing season continues in the northern Plains, heat will build this weekend, exacerbating drought conditions and raising concerns for an elevated wildfire risk from the northern Plains to south-central Canada. Places like Rapid City, South Dakota, and Minneapolis started off last week about 10 degrees Fahrenheit below normal, but.. […]
  • "Return to milder conditions" in store for Northeast May 15, 2021
    Temperatures have been steadily rising throughout last week in the Northeast and began peaking above average over the past couple of days. Conditions are expected to be warmer than normal across the region through the week, peaking mid- to late week, with little rainfall anticipated. Northeastern temperatures began last week below average. New York City...
  • 40 million in south-central US at risk for heavy rain, flooding May 16, 2021
    Heavy rainfall is forecast to persist across the central and southern Plains this week, and AccuWeather meteorologists say that the wet pattern is likely to bring severe weather and substantial flooding. Severe weather and heavy rain broke out across the southern Plains over the past few days, dousing much of the region with drenching downpours....
  • Death toll rises as Very Severe Cyclonic Storm Tauktae pummels COVID-ravaged India May 16, 2021
    The first Arabian Sea cyclonic storm of 2021 formed on Friday night, local time, and AccuWeather forecasters warn it will continue to bring detrimental impacts to India, which is currently engulfed in the world’s largest COVID-19 outbreak. A tropical depression formed to the west of southern India late last week and strengthened into a cyclonic...
  • Meteorologists monitor for early-season Atlantic tropical system May 15, 2021
    While the official start of the Atlantic basin tropical season is still half a month away, meteorologists are already keeping an eye on one section of the basin for possible development prior to the start of the season. The official start of the Atlantic tropical season is June 1, each year. Earlier this year, the...
  • Repeated downpours, severe storms to inundate central US May 15, 2021
    AccuWeather meteorologists say another round of severe weather and flooding will develop in the United States in the middle of May, but this time, threats will be focused on the center of the country, rather than the Southeast, an area that has been pummeled by round after round of soaking rain on top of episodes...
  • Mysterious swirling cloud phenomenon captured via satellite May 16, 2021
    Satellites captured a beautiful phenomenon called Von Karman clouds off the coast of Mexico on May 8, and this occurrence has many wondering why and how these swirls are appearing over the Pacific Ocean. “Von Karman Vortices form where fluid flow, in this case air, is disturbed by an object, usually a mountain or island,”...
  • At least 12 killed after rare back-to-back tornadoes in eastern China May 15, 2021
    The same city where the novel coronavirus was discovered nearly a year and a half ago was one of two cities hit by a rare tornado in eastern China late this week. As of Saturday evening, local time, at least eight people have been killed in Wuhan, Hubei province, and another four in Shengze, Jiangsu...
  • 'Good news' for weather ahead across the Northeast May 13, 2021
    The first part of May has been unusually cool for most of the Northeast with episodes of frosty and freezing weather, brisk winds and even some snow across the interior. AccuWeather meteorologists have good news for residents eager to stow away heavier jackets for the season — a warmup is underway and it’s likely to...

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  • Southeasterners Perceive Tornado Risk Dangerously Different Than They Should, Especially at Night
    While a major winter storm last month was plastering the United States from Texas and New Mexico to New England with heavy snow and ice, volatile conditions in the Southeast (SE) spawned damaging and deadly tornadoes. One of these overnight Monday, February 16, tragically took the lives of 3 people and injured 10 in coastal […]
  • The 101st AMS Annual Meeting: Find Your (Virtual) Pathways of Major Themes
    We’re on the verge of the first ever all-virtual AMS Annual Meeting—yet another milestone in a time of milestones, but nonetheless our 101st Annual Meeting. And like all of the mega-gatherings AMS has held for the weather, water, and climate community in the past, this coming week (starting Sunday, January 10th), promises many opportunities to […]
  • AMS Annual Meeting: Choose Your Own (Virtual) Pathway. Part 5: Community Engagement
    As we mentioned in the first post in this series of potential “Virtual” Pathways through the rich AMS Annual Meeting program of parallel conferences, this year’s overarching theme is especially powerful: “Strengthening engagement with communities through our science and services.”  This is a statement of needs, accomplishments, and future priorities all in one. After the […]
  • AMS Annual Meeting: Choose Your Own (Virtual) Pathway. Part 4: Social Justice
    After a year of substantial social injustice-fueled upheavals, the 101st AMS Annual Meeting builds on social justice themes all week and you could make social justice the theme of you own virtual programming, picking and choosing your way through the sessions if you’re so inclined, right from the centerpiece Presidential Forum on Sunday, “Building a […]
  • Annual Meeting: Choose Your Own (Virtual) Pathway. Part 3: Pandemic Topics
    Often our Annual Meeting week feels like a chance to get away from some of the day-to-day issues of work to focus on exchanging scientific ideas with colleagues. This year, the AMS Annual Meeting is a virtual gathering, however, so there’s little chance any of us will escape entirely the everyday concerns of COVID-19 this […]
  • Annual Meeting: Choose Your Own (Virtual) Path- way. Part 2: Weather Extremes and Climate Change
    As we noted in the previous blog post, there are multiple ways to navigate an AMS Annual Meeting, even though we’re usually channeled into separate rooms devoted to parallel conferences, each focused on an area of specialization. But this year’s all-virtual conference, during the coming week, offers unusual prospects for hopping from conference to conference, […]
  • The 101st AMS Annual Meeting: Find Your (Virtual) Pathway of Major Themes
    We’re on the verge of the first ever all-virtual AMS Annual Meeting—yet another milestone in a time of milestones, but nonetheless our 101st Annual Meeting. And like all of the mega-gatherings AMS has held for the weather, water, and climate community in the past, this coming week (starting Sunday, January 10th), promises many opportunities to […]
  • Not Just in Their Heads: New Research Confirms Connection Between Weather and Chronic Pain
    Stormy weather increases pain. That fact is actually good news for people suffering from chronic pain whose complaints are often dismissed by family, their friends, and even their doctors. Speaking, and likely complaining, about the effect of weather on their pain for millennia, chronic pain sufferers finally have a large-scale scientific study to back up […]
  • An Anticipated Increase in Earth’s Strongest Storms
    A little more than two weeks ago, Supertyphoon Goni blasted ashore in the Philippines with top sustained winds of 195 mph, becoming the strongest landfalling tropical cyclone on record. It topped STY Haiyan’s 190 mph land strike just seven years ago. With Hurricane Iota in the Caribbean explosively intensifying 100 mph in under 24 hours […]
  • We May Be Able to Further Improve Hurricane Track Forecasts After All
    Zeta blossomed into the 11th hurricane of this hyperactive season Monday and its forecast track takes it ashore on the Gulf Coast by midweek. The National Hurricane Center (NHC) on Monday said computer models had become more tightly clustered with the forecast in the Gulf, “resulting in an increase in track-forecast confidence,” and Hurricane Zeta […]


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