Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide has left everyone shocked and raised many questions as to why would the actor take such an extreme step of taking his own life. The police didn't find any suicide note. While the post-mortem report confirmed that the actor died due to asphyxia due to hanging, there have been reports that he allegedly suffered from clinical depression because of professional rivalry. The police are investigating the professional angle. It is also being said that there were some important text messages exchanged between Sushant and a close friend. The Mumbai police have already questioned the close friend but are yet to record her statement. On the other hand, according to a few media reports, the police are now likely to summon at least five production houses and film producers to record their statements with regards to Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide. They also want to understand why Sushant lost his signed films. For the unversed, a few … [Read more...] about Sushant Singh Rajput Suicide: After A Close Friend, Police Might Now Summon 5 Production Houses
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Although he is not directly involved with the series, John Carpenter's style is all over these frightening comics. John Carpenter's Tales of Science Fiction: HELL released its first issue last week, and now it has revealed a trailer in order to entice its readers and draw in new fans. The series was inspired by a story from John Carpenter and Sandy King, and was written by David J. Schow. It was also illustrated and inked by Andres Esparza, features colors by Sergio Martinez, letters by Janice Chiang, and cover art by Tim Bradstreet. The piece of music used in the trailer is a section from the track "Cemetery" from John Carpenter's most recent album Lost Themes III . The synopsis of the eight-issue comic series reads, "In New York City, a massive monster is destroyed by a subway train ... and its surviving reptilian companion can speak English. In Columbia, a scientist crawls up from the depths of the Earth, bringing news of a miraculous new mineral power source ... and … [Read more...] about John Carpenter’s Tales of Science Fiction: HELL Comic Trailer Brings Issue #1 Sneak Peek
At least, we know how low the Oscars can go. 10.4 million viewers. Less by 16.8 percent than Day 1 of the NFL draft . Lower by 61.3 percent than Joe Biden’s first speech to Congress, which was lower by 75 percent than Donald Trump’s. This is really low. It works out to 3.1 percent of the current United States population, down by four-fifths from 15 percent in 2001, which wasn’t even a record year. (That would be 1998, when Titanic took top honors.) Is it rock-bottom? Probably. You could scrape together 10.4 million viewers from Oscar publicists, extended family, and people who forgot to turn the television off when they decided to play Parcheesi or finish the ironing. So, a week after that dismal Academy Awards showing, the question becomes: What now? Related Story Bill Maher Flays The Oscars -"It Was Like, We Dare You To Be Entertained"; Calls Out Elon Musk On Bitcoin Apparently, leaders of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences are still … [Read more...] about As The Oscars Hit Bottom, Do Something, Anything. Call Bill Maher!
Heat-seeking cameras that see you in the dark, sometimes even through walls. Firepower and vehicles for “dealing with crowd management security and potential civil disturbances.” “Specialized crime scene mapping technology,” encrypted radios, and data-collection software for “gathering intelligence and enhancing surveillance.” Using federal funds earmarked for Covid-19 relief, these and hundreds of other requests to militarize police forces have been green-lit on the U.S. taxpayer’s dime, according to government disclosures reviewed by Rolling Stone Using stimulus from the multi-trillion-dollar CARES Act , which passed in March 2020, the Department of Justice has awarded at least $845.8 million of emergency grants to state and local law enforcement officers across the U.S. and its colonized territories. The relief has gone to more than 1,800 of these agencies, ranging from $30,000 boosters for small-town cops to tens of millions of dollars for a single police department in … [Read more...] about Blue Bailout: Covid-19 Cash Is Militarizing Cops Across the Country
Discovery + is to dissect Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ’s bombshell CBS interview in the hour-long special Meghan and Harry: Recollections May Vary , which debuts in the UK on April 30. Producer Shearwater has enlisted body language, linguistics, and forensic psychology experts to analyze the couple’s time in the limelight, including the Oprah Winfrey interview last month. The royal couple’s speech, tone of voice, movements, and expressions will be examined frame by frame. Clare Laycock, SVP, planning and head of content, lifestyle and entertainment, said it was one of Discovery+’s “most ambitious investigative specials to date.” Shearwater executive producer Steve Anderson added: “This is a new and different way to dissect the interview of the year. What is revealed by facial expressions, physical gestures and patterns of speech? The answers are fascinating.” Laycock ordered Meghan and Harry: Recollections May Vary alongside Charlotte Reid and Romy Page. … [Read more...] about Discovery+ Sets Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Documentary ‘Recollections May Vary’