China officially ratified a plan Thursday to write a national security law for Hong Kong that would outlaw secession, subversion and foreign interference in the semi-autonomous territory. Critics say the move, which follows months of often-violent protests in the city, will effectively put an end to the core values that set the former British colony apart from the rest of China. … [Read more...] about UK’s Johnson, Trump, discuss potential of G-7 meeting
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But most of “Chromatica” is problematic: First single “Stupid Love” is forgettable; “Enigma” is predictable; and the inclusion of the chart-topping Ariana Grande on the bouncy but super-mediocre “Rain on Me” screams, “I JUST WANT A NO. 1 HIT RIGHT NOW.” … [Read more...] about Review: Pop star Gaga is back, but where’s the art or spark?
Not that Saulnier and Blair aren’t capable of doing that on their own, as their harrowing latest (debuting on Netflix on Sept. 28) superbly demonstrates from its introductory moments. In the tiny remote Alaskan outpost of Keelut, a boy is seemingly snatched by wolves—a dire fate that’s previously befallen two other local kids. The boy’s mother, Medora Sloane (an unsettlingly opaque Riley Keough), responds by writing to author Russell Core (Wright), whose scraggly grey beard covers much of his weathered face, and whose book detailed his year-long time spent living amongst wolves, as well as his killing of a particular wolf that had abducted a child. As Saulnier pans across Russell’s abode, filled with expressive painted portraits of wolves, Medora’s narrated letter makes clear her request: “Come and kill it to help me.” … [Read more...] about Netflix’s Bone-Chilling New Survivalist Thriller Is as Bloody as It Is Beautiful
In her 2014 book, "Deep Thoughts From a Hollywood Blonde," Garth reflected on the on-set drama, writing: "We were locked in this sound stage for 14-16 hours every day. There were times when we loved each other and there were times when we wanted to claw each other's eyes out," according to People magazine. … [Read more...] about Co-stars who reportedly didn’t get along off-screen
Miller’s defense team was fully prepared to battle it out in court and point the finger at the fellow defendants—namely, unit production manager Jay Sedrish and first assistant director Hillary Schwartz—who they say were more responsible for the safety risks leading up to the train collision. But “his wife was indicted and there was risk, and he felt like he would accept that responsibility in order to free his wife and ensure she was back with the children,” Miller’s attorney, Ed Garland, told The Daily Beast. … [Read more...] about Inside the ‘Midnight Rider’ Manslaughter: Will Hollywood Learn From the Death of Sarah Jones?