The cat is out of the bag and Knives Out fans got a glimpse into the mysterious life of Daniel Craig’s Benoit Blanc in Rian Johnson’s Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.
The cat is out of the bag and Knives Out fans got a glimpse into the mysterious life of Daniel Craig’s Benoit Blanc in Rian Johnson’s Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.
It may have been a dramatic 2022 for Wayne and Coleen Rooney, but the couple seemed to be stronger than ever after navigating tough times together.However, with Wayne, 37, working as manager of DC United in Washington – and the Atlantic Ocean separating them – they have to work hard to keep the romance alive, and an insider tells heat that 36-year-old Coleen can find the situation frustrating sometimes.“Coleen was more than a little fed up heading into January,” we’re told. “It’s back to being a single parent and trying to juggle everything, and she finds it very infuriating that Wayne is not even in the same time zone.
Scots are set to be lashed with rain as the Met Office has issued a fresh yellow rain warning for later this week.
Rian Johnson is opening up about the creation of Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery and said he lamented the film having Knives Out in its title.
The Scottish Government may have to move out of key properties as part of a downsizing strategy to save money.
Beloved comedian and showbiz figure Freddie Roman has passed away at the age of 85.Roman was an American stand-up comedian who performed on many stages and appeared in countless shows and pictures throughout his long career, which he kept active until his later years.The multi-talented writer, actor and producer's daughter, Judi Levin told TMZ that he passed away at a hospital in Boynton Beach, Florida after suffering a heart attack on Saturday morning at his country club home. Dearly departed: Beloved comedian and showbiz figure Freddie Roman has passed away at the age of 85She added that his whole family was present, including his wife of 63 years, Ethel.Roman will be remembered as a Friars Club staple as he was once at the helm of the famed NYC club that was known as a stable to comics and celebrities over the years. Roman was the dean from the 1990s until Larry King succeeded him in 2014. Comedy legend: Roman was an American stand-up comedian who performed on many stages and appeared in many shows and filmsFreddie co-wrote, and starred in, the stage show Catskills on Broadway.He performed at countless high-profile venues over the years including Caesars Palace in Vegas and Harrah's in Atlantic City, to name a few. Roman was also a part of several big-time roasts for Comedy Central where he threw jokes to Drew Carey, Rob Reiner, Hugh Hefner, Chevy Chase and Jerry Stiller.
Keeping it civil. Luis “Louie” Ruelas‘ ex-wife, Marisa Dimartino Ruelas, spoke out about her relationship with his new spouse, Teresa Giudice, for the first time.
bring a young Lady Diana Spencer to life on The Crown, and now that , we get to see how the character's style and shy personality has blossomed with the arrival of Elizabeth Debecki as a slightly older and wiser Princess Diana.“It’s so exciting getting a fresh new person,” Amy Roberts, The Crown's costume designer says on a recent video conference with Glamour. “It’s brilliant that there are these clear changes in their lives.
It was a wild boys weekend for the Toms in Atlantic City, New Jersey.Tom Schwartz and Tom Sandoval kicked back for a few days of gambling, cocktails and fun at the Ocean Casino Resort where they weighed on what fans can expect for season 10 of Vanderpump Rules.Schwartz & Sandy, who recently opened their very own Los Angeles cocktail lounge, promised that the reality series will 'get back to its roots'. AC: Tom Schwartz and Tom Sandoval kicked back for a few days of gambling, cocktails and fun at the Ocean Casino Resort in Atlantic City where they weighed on what fans can expect for season 10 of Vanderpump Rules Vanderpump Rules will soon return to Bravo with an all new 10th season which the stars called 'transformative' and 'dynamic'.
EXCLUSIVE: The UK’s Independent Film Trust, Sony Pictures Television and Roadmap Writers have named the 14 writers of color selected to take part in their transatlantic writers’ initiative, Creative Corridor.
Weather Services, said: “A stubborn low-pressure system forming to the southwest of the UK through the start of the week, while the jet stream pushes to the north, will pull air in from a milder direction.READ MORE: Brits face 'emergency energy blackouts' as temperatures plummet in grim winter forecast“This will come in from the Atlantic with perhaps an element from the Continent in the mix, but it won’t take a lot to bring a change that will draw a plume of warm air in from Africa.“If the warm weather ramps up a bit more through the week, we might be looking at a little bit of an Indian summer.”With some weather models projecting temperatures of 20C, it'll be a welcome sight to the British public who have been inundated with heavy rain as of late.Mr Dale said: “If you are out and about this week, in the sunshine you will need to be thinking about T-shirts.“We could see 18C or 19C in parts of the country, perhaps higher around mid-week, which is very good for this time of year.“Although for a true Indian Summer we need a longer period of warmth after a very cold spell, this could be a little bit of an Indian Summer.”To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Despite the expected period of sunshine, a "secondary" low-pressure system travelling from the Atlantic could bring heavy rain and 50mph winds.Met Office meteorologist Alex Deakin said: “Out in the Atlantic we have an area of high pressure and a slow-moving area of low pressure to the southwest.“These two look like having a bit of a battle next week as to which one will dominate the weather.He added: “The jet stream is no longer barrelling in from the Atlantic next week, the winds high up in the Atmosphere will
Temperatures in the UK are expected to hit 21C in parts of the country next week despite forecasts predicting chilly weather.
Gordon Cox Theater Editor The new musical “Kimberly Akimbo” has already beguiled New York critics. Now it has to win over Broadway audiences. Based on David Lindsay-Abaire’s 2001 play of the same name, “Kimberly Akimbo” is the story of a teenage girl who is aging so rapidly, she appears to be a woman in her 60s. The musical, which premiered at the Atlantic Theater Company last winter, picked up awards from nearly every organization that hands them out, including the New York Drama Critics’ Circle. And it’s not surprising: Avoiding the usual Broadway spectacle, the intimate play instead sidles up to its heartbreaking conceit with sucker-punch poignance and oddball comedy.
K.J. Yossman Entertainment One (eOne) have sold their first Soanish language series “Operación Marea Negra” to over 60 territories including the U.S. and Mexico (Roku), Austarlia (SBS), Latin American (AMC Networks Intl), Canada (TELEUS) and Spain (Disney-owned FOX channel). The four-part series is based on the true story of Europe’s first intercepted narco-submarine in November 2019, when three smugglers crossed the Atlantic in a home-made sub-aquatic vessel carrying more than 3,000 kilos of cocaine. After boarding in the middle of the Amazon, they sailed to Europe while enduring terrible conditions including hunger, engine problems and storms before finally being captured on the Galician coast by the Civil Guard.
Waystar Royco may soon crown a new king in the north. As the corporate battles continue to escalate on Succession, the HBO series' upcoming season will get a temporary reprieve from its usual location within the concrete jungle of Manhattan.For season four, the Emmy-winning drama will move at least some of its deal-making and family backstabbing to the Scandinavian mountains of Norway, according to Variety.
A South Carolina man was arrested on Monday, accused of murdering three family members, including a local councilman, authorities said. Matthew Allen Dewitt, 25, remained in custody at the J. Reuben Long Detention Center on Tuesday following the deaths of Natasha Stevens, 52, in Conway, South Carolina and James DeWitt II, 52 and Gloria DeWitt, 52, outside of Columbia, South Carolina, the Horry County Police Department said on social media.
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– StuckWe will use anything to turbo-charge our shame, won’t we. There we are, feeling bad about not being able to dance sensationally, cook beautifully, put up a shelf effectively, sing in tune or fit into contemporary beauty standards. There we are choosing not to swim because of how we feel about our bodies.
EXCLUSIVE: Errol Morris, who made his name with Texas true-crime documentary The Thin Blue Line, is heading back to the Lone Star state for his latest project.
Ukraine but as the carrier cost the US more than $13billion (£11bn), the country's navy is obviously keen to show it off. R EAD NEXT: 'Cockroach death ray' can wipe out creepy crawlies with ease The ship is powered by two nuclear reactors and can carry more than 70 aircraft, including deadly helicopters and jets.The Atlantic deployment is due to carry 9000 personnel from nine NATO countries, including the US, Canada, Finland, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, and Sweden.Vice Admiral Dan Dwyer, Commander of the US 2nd Fleet, said: "The Atlantic is an area of strategic interest.
King Charles III and his wife Camilla, the queen consort, visited Scotland Monday in their first joint public engagement since the royal mourning period to remember Queen Elizabeth II ended.
READ MORE: UK set for first White Christmas in 12 years according to first long range forecastsExacta Weather forecaster James Madden said: “The start of October will see temperatures rise much higher than the end of last month. It looks like we could be in for a blast of Indian summer.”Britain won't just face a rise of temperatures this week, but "something of everything", as a result of a of a jet stream that has been supercharged in the Atlantic by Hurricane Ian, which hit Florida very hard earlier this week.Jim Dale, meteorologist for British Weather Services, said: “We are going to get something of everything in the next few days, a complete smorgasbord of weather.“There will be wind, rain, showers and, from the start of the week, a rise in temperatures in southern parts of the country.”The remains of Ian will act like a pebble thrown into a lake sending out waves long after it hits.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.It will turbo-charge the jet stream to pull unsettled weather in to the UK by feeding it with warm tropical air.Mr Dale, author of Weather Or Not? said: “Ian is going to behave like a pebble dropped in water.“While it will not affect the UK’s weather directly, it will send out ripples, and will help to fire up the jet stream and in turn influence our weather.
Bill Nye the Science Guy has three little words for Republicans on a certain “conservative network” and “an infamous, notorious host,” who have been picking and choosing which climate change and hurricane data to share with their audience: “Cut it out!”On Saturday’s “CNN Newsroom With Jim Acosta,” Nye wagged an angry finger at Republicans who, he said, feed misleading information to the denialist fraction of their base.“When people ask me, what can we do about climate change, there’s all sorts of things we can do,” Nye told Acosta. “We can address this. We can have better building codes.
King Charles III and his wife Camilla, Queen Consort, sent a message to the people of Atlantic Canada amid the devastation caused by Storm Fiona.
Met Office has warned that an Atlantic cyclone is on course to whip up a bout of rain and high winds from Friday (September 30).Friday is also expected to be the wettest and windiest day we've seen so far this autumn, primarily due to a deeper area of low pressure that is due to to move into the northwest of the country.READ MORE: Britain facing extremely cold temperatures as 'deep freeze' set to bring snow Daniel Rudman, the Met Office’s deputy chief meteorologist, said: “A deeper area of low pressure will move into the northwest of the UK.“This means that many can expect a more notably wet and windy spell, for a time on Friday, than we’ve seen so far this autumn.“Knock-on effects from the Atlantic tropical cycle season can lower confidence when forecasting more than a few days ahead, and so the exact timings for rainfall and wind strengths for Friday may vary throughout the week.”He urged Brits to keep up to date with forecasts, especially if they have any outdoor plans.The meteorologist said: “The best thing you can do if you’ve got outdoor plans is make sure you’re always using the most up to date forecast.”To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Cold weather will hold out through the rest of the week before the unsettled spell ushers a period of milder weather.A separate low-pressure system hanging around through the next few days will drive the cold weather before Friday’s storm hits.Jim Dale, meteorologist for British Weather Services, said: “Hurricane Fiona is now gone, but the remnants will amplify high pressure in the Atlantic, and this will help the cold flow of air into the UK.“Low pressure will hang around for a few days through the week to the east
forecasters.READ MORE:UK set for 'wettest October on record' amid Arctic chill and plummeting temperaturesJim Dale, meteorologist for British Weather Services, said: “The northeast will always be wetter and windier, being closer to low pressure, but the whole country will turn colder over the next week.“It is going to be a battleground between air masses, with cold air coming in from the north and warmer air under the sun already in situ, this will bring some instability in the atmosphere.“At the start of the week, there will be the risk of thundery, windy downpours.”The coldest aspect of the weather will hit mid-week while below-average temperatures will continue to stay in play until the weekend.Mr Dale, who is also the author of Weather Or Not? said: “Wednesday looks like being the coldest day of the week.“Low pressure to the east of the UK will work with that high pressure in the Atlantic to feed cold air down from the north.“Temperatures will be down to single figures during the day and overnight there will be parts of the country that dip to freezing, and in the wind, it will feel even colder.“Frost will be a risk through the week and over higher ground in the north there will be some snow.”To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Met Office meteorologist Aidan McGivern said: “Widely across the UK, temperatures will be below average into Monday and Tuesday.“It will be feeling cold with overnight temperatures low and daytime temperatures supressed in the northerly wind.”Exacta Weather forecaster James Madden had his say on the matter as he said: “The end of September is now likely to see low pressure taking charge and this will bring a marked change to more
The Whale and The Good Nurse producer Scott Franklin put a positive spin on the ongoing above and below-the-line crew shortages impacting production on both sides of the Atlantic in a panel at the Zurich Summit on Saturday (September 24).
“The Raid” director Gareth Evans struck gold in 2020 with “Gangs Of London.” Based on the 2006 video game of the same name, the show was a fast favorite in the UK on Sky Atlantic before AMC picks up the US broadcast rights; then the show really took off. Now, the show returns with its much-anticipated second season, with London’s soul hanging in the balance.
great white shark "trolled biologists" by drawing a "self portrait" in the ocean with GPS points.Named Breton after Cape Breton, the ocean predator was the first shark to be tagged as part of OCEARCH's expedition to Nova Scotia in September, 2020.
RuPaul’s Drag Race brought drag into millions of homes, events like Miss’d America, which will hold its 31st pageant this weekend, put the spotlight on the drag community.Taking place in Atlantic City at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, the weekend will kick off at 9 p.m. on Friday, Sept 23, with drag bingo hosted by last year’s pageant winner, Amanda Pörq.Guests will have the chance to win cash and prizes and watch special performances by Sandy Beach, Morgan Wells, and Miss Elaine.On Saturday, eight contestants will take to the stage of Hard Rock’s Sound Waves Theater, starting at 7 p.m., for the chance to be crowned Miss’d America 2023.They’ll compete in the categories of swimsuit, talent, and evening gown, and will be interviewed by the judges.The evening promises to feature over-the-top productions, overseen by the pageant’s celebrity emcee Carson Kressley.Tickets for Miss’d America start at $25 and can be purchased online.VIP tickets are also available at $100 each, and include one complimentary drink and admission to an exclusive post-pageant meet and greet reception.
The White Lotus resulted in a visit to A&E following an allergic reaction.The actress, famous for her roles in comedies including American Pie and Legally Blonde, is set to reprise her Emmy-winning role as Tanya McQuoid in the second series of the show, which is set at the White Lotus Blossom Circle in Sicily.Speaking to Allure in a new interview, Coolidge said she had a “quick reaction” to the tanning product used on her skin during filming.“For The White Lotus, I didn’t want to look like a big, white marshmallow on the beach in Hawaii, so I got a spray tan,” she explained. “I got on the plane, and I started to feel really weird.
forecast to hit theUK in October as a consequence of the hurricane season blowing across the Atlantic and making its presence felt on these shores.High pressure is expected to ensure that most of the country enjoys a pleasant end to September but, after that, the Met Office is predicting that energy-charged storms will be heading Britain's way due to an abnormally active US hurricane season, the Daily Express reports.Earlier this month, the US National Hurricane Centre announced the formation in the Atlantic basin of Hurricanes Danielle and Earl.READ MORE:Huge support for annual bank holiday in honour of Queen called Elizabeth DayBoth threatened to hit Britain as ex-tropical storms, but eventually withered in the Atlantic.But Hurricane Fiona has in the past day wrought havoc across the Caribbean Island of Puerto Rico and appears to be heading on a similar eastward track.Jim Dale, meteorologist for British Weather Services, said: "The storm season is one to watch, and I expect this to start picking up as we get into autumn, so we will be keeping an eye on the Atlantic and hurricane activity. "After the very calm and dry weather we had during the summer, high pressure is bringing more settled weather through the second half of September in a blocking pattern."I am a believer of the balancing effect of the weather and would not be surprised if the storm season became more active after this period of calm."Exacta Weather’s James Madden added: "Most forecast models are opting for an above-average hurricane season, and we think that this will start to impact the UK throughout October and into November.
GAYLE is one of the fast-rising superstars on the pop scene we’re most excited about, and we want Just Jared readers to get a chance to get to know her even better.
Anna Marie de la Fuente Seattle-based MindRiot Entertainment is teaming up with Panama’s Hypatia Films, an associate producer of Claire Denis’ Cannes Grand Prix winner “Stars at Noon,” on the groundbreaking documentary, “In Search of Atlantis,” based on the findings of Seattle native Dr. Jason Rubin who has used deductive reasoning, the writings of philosopher Plato and the most advanced satellite sonar imagery to pinpoint the location of the fabled lost island of Atlantis. According to MindRiot co-founder and chief creative officer Jonathan Keasey, Dr. Rubin passed on other Hollywood suitors as he liked MindRiot’s approach to the content and the fact that it had marshalled the support of multiple universities, including deep sea explorer Don Walsh, the honorary president of the Explorers Club, and even European authorities, given the maritime jurisdiction of Rubin’s site in the Atlantic Ocean.
London, but also spreading west across to Birmingham and as far as Manchester.Hurricanes that have formed in the Atlantic are partly responsible for the poor weatherconditions that are in stark contrast to the summer-long drought most of the UK has seen.READ MORE: Ulrika Jonsson claims 'old flame' Prince Edward gave her item that belonged to the QueenDownpours earlier this week were caused by a low pressure front combining with an "extra-tropical cycle" with the Met Office's Aidan McGivern explaining the impact that the beginning of the hurricane season will have on these shores shortly. He said: "Things have changed since the start of the month.
weather is set to spread across the rest of England, but at lower temperatures of around 21C.READ MORE: UK faces Atlantic blast as country to be rocked by tropical cyclones and downpoursAccording to the Met Office forecasts: “An unsettled start to the week with spells of rain for most, which may turn heavy at times, especially over western areas.“The best of any drier and brighter weather is expected over eastern areas.”Having been dampened by torrential downpours this week, its a welcome reprieve from the tough weather conditions for the UK.Despite the brief return of warm weather from this weekend, the storms are set to return next week with Hurricanes Danielle and Earl currently en route towards Europe.Jo Farrow, a senior forecaster at Netweather, said: “After a week of downpours and thunderstorms around a stubborn area of low pressure, things will change for the weekend.“The showery low will pull away eastwards and pressure will rise, this will bring a settled spell of weather with light winds.“After the rain showers, there will be moisture on the ground and some cooler air for northern Britain on Friday night which could allow mist and fog to form early on Saturday.”To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.She further added: “Saturday looks fair but there is some uncertainty for Sunday about the timing of rain from the west linked to ex-hurricane Danielle.“This system will push very warm and humid air across the English Channel for Sunday and Monday.
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