Before Woody Harrelson became a Hollywood movie actor and was nominated for an Academy Award three times (The People vs. Larry Flynt, The Messenger, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri), he got his big break on TV as Woody the bartender on Cheers. The 57-year-old actor from Texas is returning to TV to perform live in […]
By: Maddie Ruby As we know from the last episode, Jane (Gina Rodriguez) has came back from Montana and decided she wants to be with Rafael (Justin Baldoni), not Michael (Brett Dier). Rafael says it is too late. Jane is not going to stop fighting, even though Raf is ignoring her. Rogelio (Jaime Camil) […]
Clever To A Fault. RT Score: 90% Cinemascore: A- (PG) 7/10 Stars Does The Lego Batman Movie, a film loaded with in-jokes, and armed with a clever premise do everything it can to give fans and non-fans an enjoyable experience? Yes. Sometimes to a fault. This movie is almost too smart for its own good […]
May 19– May 19–Anna Lucasta Eartha Kitt and Sammy Davis Jr. head a mostly African American cast in this 1958 drama that also features a closing-credits triptych by L.A.-based artist Charles White. LACMA, Bing Theater, 5905 Wilshire Blvd., L.A. Sun., 1 p.m. Free; tickets required. lacma.org The Gospel According to St. Matthew Director Pier Paolo […]
24 hours of play announced the first round of participants that will help them celebrate their anniversary with an intimate production of The 24 Hour Musicals on Monday 17 June at 8:00 pm on the Irene Diamond Stage at the Pershing Square Signature Center. The four new musicals of this year will feature Erich Bergen, […]
Chemist, mineralogist and zoologist John George Children was in the singular, so to speak, from 1777 and starts today’s posting. Publisher William Henry Heinemann had topping rights from 1863. Last tsar of Russia, Nicholas II had his folks raise a glass or two of vodka in celebration of his birth in 1868. Rupprecht, no, not […]
The IMDB description for the upcoming Angel Has Fallen is as follows: “Secret Service Agent Mike Banning is framed for the attempted assassination of the President and must evade his own agency and the FBI as he tries to uncover the real threat.” Gerard Butler will be back for the third time as action hero […]
(EMAILWIRE.COM, May 16, 2019 ) Straight Up Films created the anthology Power/On consisting of five shorts focused on encouraging girls in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, and math with the arts thrown in). They were directed by actresses Nikki Reed, Rosario Dawson, Julie Bowen, Ana Brenda Conteras, and Lisa Edelstein. With support from YouTube, the shorts premiered April 24 at the Google campus in Playa Vista and became available for streaming on YouTube on April 26.
The Power/On film series spearheads an initiative that pairs prominent men
and women working together to inspire girls in computer sciences. It is a cinematic film series, directed by these five influential actresses, aimed to inspire young minds to change the world.
Reed’s film, entitled Andy’s Song, stars Bella Bracken as a young girl inspired to create a new technology that allows her best friend the ability to write music once again.
Also in the series is Contreras’ film Wingbeat which follows a teenage girl striving to keep the memory of her father alive the only way she knows how: by finishing the Virtual Reality world they were building together.
The final film, Girl Code, from director Julie Bowen, follows two girls who need their busy mom to shuttle them in opposite directions. A new technology comes to the rescue and ends up inspiring the girls to see coding and tech in a whole new light.
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MICHAEL BENNET Age at the inauguration of 2021: 56 Participation in the tender: 2 May 2019 Career: Currently a Colorado senator. Educated at the elite of St. Albans Preparatory School and was a Capitol Hill page before graduating from Wesleyan and Yale Law School. He was employed in law and worked in the Clinton Justice […]
MICHAEL BENNET Age on the opening day 2021: 56 Participated race: May 2, 2019 Career: Currently Senator from Colorado. He was educated at the Elite Preparatory School in St. Albans and was a Capitol Hill site before completing Wesleyan and Yale Law School. Attorney at Law, Clinton's Department of Justice, then moved to Colorado in […]
Gabrielle Carteris is seeking re-election as president of SAG-AFTRA, a post she’s held since 2016. She’ll be running at the top the union’s majority party, Unite for Strength. Matthew Modine, running at the top of the union’s opposition party, Membership First, was the first to announce that he will challenge her for the presidency. Ballots […]
SAG-AFTRA president Gabrielle Carteris will seek re-election as the union’s top national officer and the head of the ticket for the Unite for Strength and United Screen Actors Nationwide factions. Carteris made the announcement on Thursday, two weeks after actor Matthew Modine said he was running as the lead candidate for Membership First, the self-styled […]
A PLACE IN THE FAMILY – When Jane (Gina Rodriguez) and Rogelio (Jaime Camil) join forces to pitch a pilot, Jane is excited until she discovers a secret about her book being published. Alba (Ivonne Coll) and Jorge (guest star Alfonso DiLuca) make an important decision about their future together. Rafael (Justin Baldoni) asks Jane to allow […]