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‘Birds of Prey’ Composer Daniel Pemberton on Scoring a Roller Skating Action Scene and Writing Music Worthy of Harley Quinn [Interview]

English composer Daniel Pemberton is as wildly diverse and entertaining as Harley Quinn herself. He is a multi Golden Globe, Emmy and Bafta Award-nominated composer who has worked with some of the most renowned names in the industry such as Darren Aronofsky ( One Strange Rock) , Ridley Scott ( All The Money in The World, The Counsellor ), Guy Ritchie (T he Man From UNCLE, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword ), and Danny Boyle ( Yesterday, Steve Jobs ). Pemberton received cri...
Tags: London, Movies, Interviews, Features, Britain, James Bond, Danny Boyle, Harley Quinn, Birds Of Prey, Darren Aronofsky, Bond, Jeremy Deller, Guy Ritchie, Ennio Morricone, Harley, Bruce


‘Birds of Prey’ Producer Sue Kroll on Me Too, Reshoots, and Sequel Possibilities [Interview]

Producer Sue Kroll has been with Birds of Prey from the very beginning. Since it was just an idea in star Margot Robbie‘s head while she was originating her breakout character Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad. Since director Cathy Yan came to Kroll and fellow producer Bryan Unkeless with a vision of a wild, bombastic, and unabashedly fun girl gang movie. “There was something very raw about it, very visceral,” Kroll said of the sizzle reel that Yan showed to her and Unkeless. That visceral tone was...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Chad, Harley Quinn, Black Canary, Huntress, Birds Of Prey, Margot Robbie, Ewan McGregor, Warner Brothers, Harley, Margot, Cass, Cathy, Yan, Sue Kroll


Tech companies like Samsung are moving into the advertising business, using data to create targeted people — but it will take a lot more than that to succeed

Mike Shields, the former advertising editor for Business Insider who is now CEO of Shields Strategic Consulting, argues that tech companies like Samsung and Vizio's moves into advertising could be successful — but that there are a lot of pitfalls. Samsung has data on when and how customers watch ads, which it could use to produce better advertisements. Samsung will have to contend with a slew of other well-armed competitors making a similar play, though. Click here for more BI Prime stories. ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Samsung, Trends, Roku, Las Vegas, Vizio, Hulu, Pluto, Acr, Ott, Cathy, Madison Avenue, Videology


Inside the wild stunts and fight sequences of 'Birds of Prey,' which were inspired by 'John Wick,' 'Atomic Blonde,' and Jackie Chan's 'Drunken Master'

"Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)" has been praised for its action scenes. The fight sequences were conceptualized by Jon Valera and Jonathan Eusebio, coordinators from stunt company 87eleven Action Design, as well as Shahaub Roudbari. The company was founded by "John Wick" filmmakers David Leitch and Chad Stahelski, who came in for reshoots to fine tune the action. Roudbari broke down for Business Insider each character's distinct combat style and the proce...
Tags: Hollywood, Dc Comics, Trends, Chad, Suicide Squad, Harley Quinn, Huntress, Ken Burns, Warner Bros, Jackie Chan, Margot Robbie, Harley, Cathy, Charlize Theron, Montoya, John Wick


New Colorful Dinnerware from Alice Waters + Heath Ceramics, All for a Good Cause

“When we first opened Chez Panisse in 1971, we used to buy vintage sets of Limoges china, which we had to hand wash at the restaurant (that lasted about a month!),” Alice Waters says. Over the years, as Chez Panisse established an international reputation and Alice Waters became known as a slow food pioneer, it was time for a bespoke approach to dinnerware. “I’m a neutral plate person, and I was looking for something that would harmonize with the food,” Alice says. “I didn’t imagine we could fin...
Tags: Books, Berkeley, Mugs, Alice, Bay Area, Tabletop, Plates, Dinnerware, Christina, Chez Panisse, Cathy, Heath, Sausalito CA, Limoges, Alice Waters, Christina Kim


How Jackie Chan and ‘John Wick’ Inspired the Action Sequences in ‘Birds of Prey’

One of the prevailing issues with recent superhero movies are the clear division between the drama and the action sequences. The comic book movie industry has become a well-oiled machine, and as a result, you get CGI-packed action sequences designed by a VFX team while the indie auteur who was plucked out of obscurity to helm a major blockbuster gets to focus on the narrative and character scenes. But Birds of Prey director Cathy Yan didn’t want that to happen with her comic book film. “It was ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Hollywood, London, Movies, Features, Chad, Birds Of Prey, Jackie Chan, Warner Brothers, Cathy, Yan, John Wick, Chad Stahelski, Comic Book/Superhero, Mary-Elizabeth-Winstead, Bryan Unkeless


Pulp Artist Hugh Rankin ad from 1920 National Geographic

These dragons and mammoth are in a watch ad, and aren't by a comic book artist, but Hugh Rankin was a sci-fi pulp illustrator. This ad for Elgin Watches appeared in the February 1920 National Geographic Magazine and is courtesy of my wife Cathy, who found it. [Author: Mike Rhode]
Tags: Comics, Cathy, National Geographic Magazine, Mike Rhode, Hugh Rankin, Elgin Watches


The Best of wegg® Interviews 2019

To prepare you for the new year and the new decade, we’ve curated a few of our most popular interviews from the past year so you can recapture insights from leading experts in the field of global trade.  We hope these features enable you to not only think global, but go global in 2020. Meet Louise Kern, the Expert on Uncovering the Truth on Global Companies Managing director of GloBIS, Louise Kern, helps businesses make the right choice in international expansion. We refer to her as the “truth w...
Tags: Usa, Mexico, Sales, Bank Of America, Fedex, Koch, Kern, Cathy, Maribel, Moji, Bob Marovich, Business Banking, Byte Level Research, John Yunker, GlobalCare, Louise Kern


2010s restaurant industry news

In the last decade , food culture underwent a seismic shift. Celebrity chefs became just as interesting as, and in some cases more important than, the food they prepared. Sure, we had Julia Child in the latter half of the 20th century, but the start of the 21st century saw the concept of the “chef personality” she pioneered in America explode in popularity: Anthony Bourdain and Gordon Ramsay became household names. Padma Lakshmi dominated reality television as the host of Top Chef. David Chang...
Tags: Travel, New York, Hollywood, France, Boston, Restaurants, America, Indiana, Austin, United States, Bobby Flay, Food Network, New York Times, Italy, Portland, New Orleans


27 books by billionaires to read in 2020 that will teach you how to build a fortune and run the world

Take more than a page from the super-wealthy and successful by reading the books they wrote. The books on this list include recent releases, including "What It Takes: Lessons in the Pursuit of Excellence" by Blackstone co-founder Stephen A. Schwarzman.  Work your way through each of these 27 books to learn more about how these recognizable people achieved the seemingly impossible.  Click here for more BI Prime stories. Whether you want to launch an empire or become the best in your field, who...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Microsoft, New York City, Brown University, US, America, Trends, Georgia, Nike, Walmart, Bloomberg, Paypal, Ted, Cnn, Commerce


Enter to Win a Leather Tote (Worth $450) Designed by Cathy Bailey for Heath Sews Studio

You, like us, probably know Heath Ceramics first for, well, ceramics: the iconic tiles, tableware, and vases that are by now design emblems of California. But, in addition to the outfit’s wide array of offerings for the home, creative director Cathy Bailey has, for the past three years, channeled her design background in footwear and fine hand-stitched leather to create Heath Sews Studio, a collection of soft goods and bags that epitomizes, in cloth and leather, the Heath style: beautiful, utili...
Tags: Books, Leather, California, San Francisco, Bay Area, Sponsored Post, Cathy, Heath, Heath Ceramics, Leslie Williamson, Giveaways & Contests, Bags & Luggage, Sherry Stein, Cathy Bailey, Heath Sews Studio, Heath Sews


Nibbling at Dylan Pahman’s Chick-fil-A argument

Nibbling at Dylan Pahman’s Chick-fil-A argument As though guided by an invisible hand Dylan Pahman and I – independently and without coordination – each posted an essay about Chick-fil-A’s philanthropic giving within minutes of one another, each with slightly different emphases. Readers may see this as a conflict; however, probing the space between these analyses helps make sense of customer backlash, illustrates why “woke capitalism” of any variety is a mi...
Tags: Religion, Ben, Dylan, Cathy, Friedman, Chick, Milton Friedman, Truett Cathy, Ludwig von Mises, Dan Cathy, First Friedman, Hunter Baker, Dylan Pahman, Dylan Pahman 's Chick, Insofar, Hector Alejandro


OH Really: Got Goat Milk?

Raw, unpasteurized goat milk can be bought in Ohio for use as pet food. But between the teat and the street, farmers have to do a lot of work to make the milk safe for human consumption. In this installment of WKSU’s “OH Really?,” we try to help a listener who wants to “drink local” and buy fresh, raw goat milk right from the farm. Goats are everywhere at Ferrum Moraine Farm in Kent . Owner Gwenn Volkert has used raw goat milk to make goat cheese and even goat soap. But she’s never sold raw milk...
Tags: Ohio, WKSU, Cathy, Kabir Bhatia, Hartville, Ferrum Moraine Farm, Gwenn Volkert, Cathy Yakubik


Enter to Win a Weekend Stay at a Mountainside Cabin in Tahoe, Redone by Heath Ceramics

Since the very beginnings of Remodelista, we’ve looked to Heath Ceramics for their iconic, California-cool tile, tableware, and decor. All the while—or for the past seven years, at least—husband-and-wife Heath owners Cathy Bailey and Robin Petravic have been at work outfitting a California-cool cabin, tucked among the pines at Alpine Meadows Valley in Tahoe. Outfitted with Heath fittings and all the essentials for a rustic getaway, the Heath Cabin is now available for vacation rentals. This mont...
Tags: Books, California, Airbnb, Tahoe, Robin, Sponsored Post, Rustic, Onyx, Cathy, Heath, Heath Ceramics, Cottages & Cabins, Giveaways & Contests, Mountainside Cabin, Tahoe Redone, Cathy Bailey


K-Tec Systems CEO Cathy Koch “Believed She Could, and So She Did”—with Help from wegg® and FedEx

“Every morning,” K-Tec Systems CEO Cathy Koch says, “I put on a bracelet that says: ‘She Believed She Could, and So She Did.’ I believe a woman must believe ‘she can’ from the day she opens her business.” Koch’s U.S.-based K-Tec Systems manufactures and assembles custom-designed thermocouples and wire harnesses. For a long time, Cathy had wanted to grow her business globally, especially after learning from FedEx’s research that “96% of the world’s potential customers are outside of the USA.” Her...
Tags: Usa, Featured, Mexico, Sales, How-to, Fedex, Koch, Delaney, Small Business Administration, Cathy, International Trade Administration, Exporting, Global Women Entrepreneurs, ExIm Bank, Women Exporters, Wegg® Blog


Cool and a bit damp in Melbourne

When Cathy finally arrived at Melbourne her train was an hour late the weather was atrocious.It was cold wet and very blowy Antarctic winds are not unknown here and we nearly got blown over trying to cross the street.What to do on a day lik
Tags: Travel, Melbourne, Cathy


Why Are Chicken Sandwiches Becoming So Big In America?

(CNN) — Months after this summer’s brief but brutal fried chicken sandwich battle, rivals are diligently plotting to win the longer war. Popeyes, which sparked the latest fight with its spicy chicken sandwich in August, is scrambling to bring back the viral sensation “as soon as possible.” Chick-fil-A is steadily growing its reach, outselling chicken chains nearly twice its size. And McDonald’s franchise operators, who watched the fight from the sidelines, are pressuring their corporate boss to ...
Tags: Washington, US, America, Atlanta, New York Times, Chick-fil-a, Starbucks, Offbeat, Nielsen, Jfk, Burger King, Kfc, Taco Bell, Wendy, Morningstar, McDonald


First Chick-fil-A in U.K. to Close in 6 Months Amid Protests

A local L.G.B.T.Q. group called for a boycott of the restaurant soon after it opened at a mall in Reading, England.
Tags: Same-sex Marriage, News, Restaurants, Chick-fil-a, Boycotts, Cathy, Civil Unions and Domestic Partnerships, Dan T, Reading (England, Reading Pride


‘Crime Beat’ podcast: Letters between Cathy Torrez and the man her mother believed killed her

About a month before she was murdered, Cathy Torrez wrote two letters to Sam Lopez to let him know she only wanted to be his friend and talk on the phone occasionally. He wrote back to her expecting her to take him out on a date. Sam lived across the street from Cathy in Placentia, where they had been neighbors for almost five years. They had dated, secretly, for about eight months when they were both students at Valencia High. On Feb. 19, 1994, Cathy was found dead in the trunk of her own car. ...
Tags: Crime, News, Sport, Soccer, Jack, Sam, Valencia, Don, Cathy, Placentia, Cathy Torrez, Sam Lopez, Mary Bennett, Sam Well, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR


Comment on almond raspberry layer cake by Cathy

This was by far the favorite cake in the 4 tiered wedding cake I made for my daughter (my first, and hopefully last!). At her request I added poppy seeds (1/3 c for a 12” round layer). I also glazed the layers with apricot and filled with Swiss buttercream (also yours). Such a success! (Everyone also raved about the chocolate cake from your wedding cake article—so tender). All the layers were made and frozen weeks in advance and held up beautifully. Thank you for giving me the confidence I neede...
Tags: Food, Cathy


‘Crime Beat,’ Season 2 podcast debuts: ‘Mom vs. Murderer’ focuses on Cathy Torrez killing, 21-year pursuit of justice

Imagine being a mom enduring two weeks of hell. For 14 horrible days – from Feb. 5 to Feb. 19, 1994 – Mary Bennett watched her daughter’s once-promising life fall apart. In those two weeks, Cathy Torrez, 20, an honor student at Cal State Fullerton, may have been drugged and raped. She was beaten and abducted. And then, it got worse. Two weeks of hell turned into a lifetime when Torrez was found dead in the trunk of her own car. She had been stabbed 74 times. And even though Mary Bennett knew in ...
Tags: Crime, News, Sport, Canada, Soccer, Steve McQueen, Cal State Fullerton, Matt Murphy, Nixon, Gary, Mary, Debbie, Shannon, Richard Nixon, Cathy, Tina


Scottish Highland swap in Cathy's wonderful cottage

Highlands home swap: Cathy's traditional fishermans / crofters cottage "We enjoyed a two weeks home swap in Cathy's fabulous Scottish Highland cottage. Cathy's home is such a lovely charming sea view cottage in a fabulous location very near to the sea. It was very well equipped and we felt really at home in the cottage. Every day of our home swap we explored more of the beautiful Scottish surroundings. After a day exploring, it was always great to come back to the cottage...
Tags: Travel, France, Scotland, Highlands, Cathy, Strasbourg France, Petra Eckbolsheim France Highlight, Petra Stephane, Portmahomack View Cathy


On the Smugglers’ Radar

“On The Smugglers’ Radar” is a feature for books that have caught our eye: books we have heard of via other bloggers, directly from publishers, and/or from our regular incursions into the Amazon jungle. Thus, the Smugglers’ Radar was born. Because we want far more books than we can possibly buy or review (what else is new?), we thought we would make the Smugglers’ Radar into a weekly feature – so YOU can tell us which books you have on your radar as well! On Ana’s Radar: I hear The Waywa...
Tags: Amazon, Books, UK, England, Instagram, California, Mexico, New York City, Netflix, Santiago, New York Times, North Carolina, Agatha Christie, Lucy, Dante, Ana


Briefly in a Lake

I am trudging along here – still looking forward (rather desperately) to the day (28 days) from now when the Bike Rally is finished and things shift around here.  I am not even sure what I will do that day, though I’ve reached a phase of hopefulness where I start piling knitting projects up around the house so I can look at them as I walk by. I can only imagine that August 17th is a day that the Wild Knitting Rumpus will begin, assuming I am conscious.  Between now and then I’m trying to get all...
Tags: Crafts, UK, Uncategorized, Terry, Sarah, Lake, Mary, Kelly, Elliot, Christina, Julie, Josephine, Barbara, Cathy, St Andrew, Brooke


Best Buy Canada Sale: Save up to 82% off Select Products, Today

Best Buy Canada has an awesome sale available today, May 30, 2019, where you can save up to 82% off select items that include: Furniture, Luggage & Bags, Major Appliances, Small Appliances, Smart Home, and Wearables. Save 82% on IT Luggage Mesmerize 3-Piece Hard Side Expandable Luggage Set – Old Gold, today for $194.99, save $884.00 Save 65% on a Bitdefender Internet Security Bonus Edition (PC) – 3 User – 2 Year, for $27.99, save $52.00 Save 50% on Danby Window Air Conditioner – 5000 BTU – Whi...
Tags: Shopping, Best Buy, Canada, Nvidia, ONKYO, Cathy, Canadian Daily Deals, Best Buy Canada, IT Luggage Mesmerize, Danby Window Air, Insignia Air Fryer, Dell Gaming PC Intel


Chick-fil-A's mobile sales are skyrocketing as execs say the chicken chain is entering a new tech-obsessed era

Chick-fil-A's mobile sales are skyrocketing, with digital orders accounting for almost 20% of the chain's business.  The chicken chain is thriving, with same-store sales up an average of more than 16% from early April to early May, compared to the same period a year prior.  Chick-fil-A executives say the chain is entering a new era in which mobile sales, delivery, and nontraditional formats like food trucks fuel growth.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. ATLANTA, Georgia — C...
Tags: Digital, US, Trends, Atlanta, Farmer, Salvation Army, Kfc, Cooper, Cathy, Chick, David Farmer, Technomic, Dan Cathy, Kalinowski, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Mark Kalinowski


Comment on bakery-style butter cookies + the new book is here! by Cathy

I adore your unfussy book. I got it for Christmas last year and have loved just about every recipe I’ve tried. (And I say “just about” because clearly, anything I haven’t loved has everything to do with the recipe and nothing to do with the cook, who neglected to read the recipe in advance..). And loving the book brought me to your site, which I also love. I just found the recipe for chocolate banana bread, and noticed that you made it three times.. in a week… And I thought ‘funny, that sounds j...
Tags: Food, Cathy


Try a New Crafting Technique: Nuno Felting Scarf

I’ve been crafting and making most of my life. But there was a craft technique I recently learned about that I hadn’t heard of before, Nuno Felting. So of course I had to dive in and get curious about how this process worked! Craft Something New: Nuno Felting I’m trying to spark more creativity into my life, especially as I seek out different crafting techniques to try out. And this project didn’t disappoint! It was a little out of my comfort zone, which is perfect, I’m always up for a challe...
Tags: Crafts, Patricia, Margaret, Cathy, Patti, Nuno Felting, Patti Barker, Patricia Cathy


WNBA names Cathy Engelbert as new commissioner

The WNBA, which has operated without a commissioner since October, appointed Cathy Engelbert, a long-time executive at the consulting firm Deloitte to lead the league, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver announced Wednesday. “Cathy is a world-class business leader with a deep connection to women’s basketball, which makes her the ideal person to lead the WNBA into […]
Tags: News, Sports, Nba, Storm, Deloitte, WNBA, Adam Silver, Cathy, Cathy Engelbert