"Most important of all, I hope can take the fight to prostate cancer. To be a leader in awareness and to set the example for men everywhere who find themselves in my very same shoes, that prostate cancer can be beaten." … [Read more...] about Bret ‘Hitman’ Hart — I’m Battling Prostate Cancer … I’m Not Afraid!!
Villanova coach who died of cancer
Ross appeared on "The Gunz Show" on Idobi / 77 WABC Radio and said he was recently texting with Hart -- who announced last month that he had been battling prostate cancer. … [Read more...] about Bret Hart — OFFICIALLY BEATS CANCER … Says Jim Ross
Smash from Demolition tweeted about Neidhart, saying, "It is terrible I just heard Jim Neidhart passed away. I just pray for his family to get through this.Jim was a great friend and I will really miss him." … [Read more...] about Jim ‘The Anvil’ Neidhart Dead at 63 After Fall at Home
Aamir Khan's friend and Lagaan co-star Karim Hajee posted a message on social media after Amos passed away. "A man of all seasons.. we all know the star Aamir Khan.. his shadow his Man Friday, someone who was always smiling and a (had) heart of gold had a massive heart attack. I am heart broken...he was special,'' he said. … [Read more...] about Exclusive: Aamir Khan’s Spotboy Amos Paul Nadar Passes Away Of Heart Attack In Mumbai
NENT Studios UK, formerly DRG, has made its first drama acquisition since its rebrand in the form of eight-hour fantasy-action-adventure series The Dead Lands. The show, which was produced by New Zealand’s GFC Films for TVNZ and AMC’s SVOD service Shudder and premiered on TVNZ earlier this year, was acquired from GFC after the company reclaimed rights from Kew Media following the latter’s collapse. Set in mythical Aoteoroa-New Zealand, the series tells the story of a dishonoured warrior who dies, but whose ancestors in the afterlife send him back to the world to find redemption and honour. … [Read more...] about Salman Khan’s ‘Dabangg’ Animated Spin-Off; Nent UK Buys ‘Dead Lands’; UK’s Southbank Centre Facing Lengthy Closure – Global Briefs