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‘The Raid’ Remake is Still Happening and Joe Carnahan Shares New Plot Details

When the scrappy Indonesian martial arts thriller The Raid: Redemption became an instant action classic in 2011, it seemed inevitable that a Hollywood remake would be on its way. Lo and behold, Frank Grillo soon signed on to star in The Raid remake, and director Joe Carnahan signed on three years later. But that was in 2017, and since then, we’ve heard nary a peep about The Raid remake. But don’t worry, Carnahan is here to assure us that The Raid remake is still happening, in a new interview wh...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Evans, Keanu Reeves, Remakes, Independent, Frank, Adam Goldberg, Caracas, Collider, Carnahan, Gareth Evans, Grillo, Frank Grillo, Action/Adventure, Joe-Carnahan


Attorneys cite porn dispute in Arkansas murder trial

PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) — Prosecutors told jurors that an Arkansas woman “flew into a rage” and fatally shot her 65-year-old husband after seeing a satellite television bill that showed a pornography channel had been added. Testimony continues Tuesday in the capital murder trial for 69-year-old Patricia Hill. She’s accused of killing her husband, Frank […]
Tags: News, Ap, Nation, Arkansas, Frank, Patricia Hill


Frank Ocean Has Turned Into a Boring, Pretentious Recluse, Just Like Lauryn Hill

Frank Ocean, the once red-hot R&B rising star of 2011-2012, has pretty much been a rebel without a cause ever since the release of his debut album, Channel Orange.Like Lauryn Hill, this debut album was lauded as an instant classic and it cemented Frank’s rising star. This was after a man who was co-writing for Beyoncé and collaborating with Jay Z and Kanye West.But after the success of his debut, Frank became quiet, isolated and reclusive. He separated himself from the ragtag collective, Odd Fut...
Tags: Music, Celebs, Beyonce, Jay Z, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Michael Jackson, Kanye, Lauryn Hill, Frank Ocean, Frank, Guzman, Gayletter, Memo Guzman, Christian Clancy


Spooks crack Frank Sidebottom's code

Frank Sidebottom was a peculiar stage character defined by his enormous papier-mache mask, immortalized in countless UK TV appearances and a fictionalized biopic produced after the 2010 death of creator-performer Chris Sievey (previously at Boing Boing). Sievey included fascinating codes with Frank's promotional material, and British intelligence officers finally cracked it. It was hard to crack because half the characters were nulls. "By letting his kids add nonsense into the message, it delibe...
Tags: Post, UK, News, Gchq, Chris, Frank, Frank Sidebottom, Codebreaking, Chris Sievey, Sievey


Feature: Mick Mulvaney’s Master Class in Destroying the Government From Within

The C.F.P.B. was created to protect Americans from predatory lenders after the financial crisis. President Trump’s new chief of staff took it apart on his way to White House.
Tags: News, Mortgages, Payday Loans, English, Warren, Johnson, Richard, Consumer Protection, Jeb, Trump, Frank, Barney, Elizabeth, Mick, Cohn, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau


Feature: Mick Mulvaney’s Master Class in Destroying a Bureaucracy From Within

The C.F.P.B. was created to protect Americans from predatory lenders after the financial crisis. President Trump’s new chief of staff took it apart on his way to White House.
Tags: News, Mortgages, Payday Loans, English, Warren, Johnson, Richard, Consumer Protection, Jeb, Trump, Frank, Barney, Elizabeth, Mick, Cohn, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau


'This is a bit of a Swiss Army knife': Ad giant Publicis is buying Epsilon for $4.4 billion as it looks to get ahead of its rivals in the data wars

Publicis Group has entered into an agreement to acquire Alliance Data's Epsilon and Conversant to help advertisers manage and use first-party data. Consultants and analysts said that the move is the latest example of agencies beefing up data capabilities, similar to Interpublic Group's $2.3 billion acquisition of Acxiom Marketing Services last year. They cautioned that such big acquisitions can be hard for holding companies to integrate into a network of agencies, and it's not clear how Public...
Tags: Google, Facebook, California, Trends, European Union, Comcast, Merkle, Salesforce, Publicis, WPP, Gdpr, Frank, Swiss Army, BBH, Omnicom, Arthur Sadoun


Champion Shooter Todd Jarrett Joins Hoppe’s Team

Champion Shooter Todd Jarrett Joins Hoppe’s Team OVERLAND PARK, Kansas –-(Ammoland.com)- Hoppe’s, the best-known name in gun care products, announces the signing of National and World Practical Shooting champion Todd Jarrett to the Hoppe’s Ambassador Program. He will represent Hoppe’s at shooting competitions, appearances at shows and assess products. Jarrett has been a dominant force in practical shooting for the past 25 years. He currently holds four World titles and 13 National Championshi...
Tags: Facebook, Guns, Frank, Todd, Jarrett, Hoppe, Competitive Shooting News, Shooting Industry News, Hoppe's, Vista Outdoor, Todd Jarrett, Frank Hoppe, Kansas Ammoland, Todd Jarrett Joins Hoppe, Eliza Graves


United States: Supreme Court Challenges Privacy Litigants To Demonstrate Article III Standing - Thompson Coburn LLP

In Frank v Gaos, the United States Supreme Court wrestled with the continuing challenges of "standing" in internet privacy litigation.
Tags: News, Supreme Court, United States, Frank, Thompson Coburn LLP, Gaos the United States Supreme Court


At the Friars Club, When the Laughter Stopped

Financial ills and a federal investigation, just completed, have led to discord at the club, whose members have included entertainment industry legends.
Tags: Celebrities, News, Berlin, Philanthropy, Michael, Irving, Frank, Sinatra, Milton, Streisand, Friars Club, Manhattan (NYC, Comedy and Humor, Berle, Barbra, Gyure


‘Hollow Man II’ Exists, But Is It Worth Seeing This Invisible Man?

(Welcome to DTV Descent, a series that explores the weird and wild world of direct-to-video sequels to theatrically released movies. In this edition, we take a look at a killer who can’t be seen. Because he’s sneaky. And invisible.) Universal’s The Invisible Man (1933) remains a classic, but unlike the other “monsters” in the studio’s collection, the poor guy never got an official attempt at a reboot. (A new one was finally announced earlier this year from director Leigh Whannell, though.) We i...
Tags: Movies, Features, Kevin Bacon, Seattle, Leigh Whannell, Paul Verhoeven, Jerry Goldsmith, Frank, Christian Slater, Slater, Sebastian, Michael Griffin, Rhona Mitra, Peter Facinelli, William Devane, Featured Stories Sidebar


Hoppe’s Named Official Gun Cleaning Product of USPSA

Hoppe’s Named Official Gun Cleaning Product of USPSA OVERLAND PARK, Kansas –-(Ammoland.com)- Hoppe’s, the best-known name in gun care products, is proud to have been named the Official Gun Cleaning Product of the United States Practical Shooting Association. “Hoppe's and USPSA are a great fit,” said Mike Foley, President and CEO of USPSA. “Who among us doesn't like clean firearms, and, of course, the smell of Hoppe's No. 9?” While traditionally known for gun care products, Hoppe’s has introdu...
Tags: Facebook, Guns, United States, Frank, Foley, Mike Foley, Hoppe, Competitive Shooting News, USPSA, Hoppe's, Vista Outdoor, Steel Challenge, Frank Hoppe, USPSA OVERLAND PARK Kansas Ammoland, United States Practical Shooting Association Hoppe


Court Ruling Implies That Barr Must Redact Grand-Jury Info from Mueller Report

In disclosing the Mueller report, Attorney General William P. Barr will have to redact grand-jury information. That is the upshot of the ruling today by a divided panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.I flagged this case, now called McKeever v. Barr (formerly McKeever v. Sessions), last week. It did not arise out of the Mueller investigation, but it obviously has significant ramifications for the Mueller report -- in particular, how much of it we will get to see.At issue was th...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Obama, Congress, Reagan, Fbi, House, House Of Representatives, Gordon Strachan, Columbia University, Cia, Justice Department, Srinivasan, Dominican Republic, Frank, Nixon


Montana man jailed for Letterman kidnap plot arrested again

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — An Alaska man who was imprisoned for plotting to kidnap David Letterman’s son 14 years ago has been arrested. The Independent Record reported Thursday that Kelly Allen Frank was charged Wednesday on suspicion of misdemeanor assault. Helena police say Frank followed another individual to a vehicle and threatened to kill him […]
Tags: News, Montana, David Letterman, Nation, Alaska, Letterman, Frank, Helena, HELENA Mont AP, Kelly Allen Frank


April 3 roundup

“Arkansas Passes Bill to Prevent Sale of ‘Cauliflower Rice'” [Bettina Makalintal, Vice via Anthony M. Kreis (“Carolene Products of our time”, and more on that celebrated filled-milk case] Ted Frank has another case raising the cy pres issues the Supreme Court just sidestepped in Frank v. Gaos [Marcia Coyle on rewards-program class action settlement in Perryman v. Romero] Feds recommend 12 year sentence for copyright and ADA troll Paul Hansmeier [Tim Cushing, TechDirt] Didn’t realize New Yo...
Tags: New York Post, New York, Technology, Supreme Court, Law, NYC, New York City, Uncategorized, Social Media, Arkansas, Donald Trump, Ada, Anthony, Frank, Romero, Tim Cushing


On Adam Savage's Tested: "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" and the Voyager Golden Record

In 1979, the USS Enterprise flew onto the big screen in Star Trek: The Motion Picture. Without giving away too much of the plot, NASA's Voyager probes, launched in 1977, featured prominently in the film. Of course, the Voyager probes carry the Voyager Golden Record, the iconic message for extraterrestrials that my friends Timothy Daly, Lawrence Azerrad, and I released on vinyl for the first time as a lavish box set. While the Voyager Record isn't mentioned in Star Trek: The Motion Picture, I w...
Tags: Video, Space, News, Nasa, Star Trek, Adam Savage, Frank, Frank Drake, Ariel Waldman, Golden Record, Voyager, Timothy Daly Lawrence Azerrad, V'ger


Grimm Tales at Ballet Austin

Visual art and dance forming a feverish nightmare Grimm Tales at Ballet Austin is a hyper-stimulating visual experience wherein Natalie Frank‘s compelling drawings and Stephen Mills‘ contemporary choreography demand equal attention. Seen through Frank’s women protagonist-focused perspectives, these fairytale adaptations draw into light the gruesome warnings the original Brothers Grimm stories tell. Two years in the making, the production began when the curator of Austin’s Blanton Museum …
Tags: Texas, Design, Austin, Dance, Culture, Illustration, Ballet, Fairytales, Brothers Grimm, Frank, Performances, Choreography, Stephen Mills, Ballet Austin, Natalie Frank


Natalie Frank Joins Salon 94

Artist Natalie Frank has joined Salon 94, Art News reports. “[Salon 94′ has such an incredible legacy of working with women artists and artists of color and artists with working narrative, both personal and political,” Frank says. Read more at Art News
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Minipost, Frank, Natalie Frank, Natalie Frank Joins Salon


Avenatti’s Arrest Didn’t Come As A Surprise To Some Former Colleagues

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Even before federal prosecutors unsealed charges against Michael Avenatti, the lawyer best known for representing porn actress Stormy Daniels in legal battles against President Donald Trump was facing legal scrutiny for his business practices. Avenatti was testifying Friday in his own defense in a civil case that included allegations he pocketed $1.6 million from a client as federal authorities were including that claim in their criminal case that could put him behind bars f...
Tags: New York, News, Colorado, California, NFL, Los Angeles, Nike, Ap, Fbi, Cbs, Johnson, Donald Trump, White, Trump, Frank, U S District Court


Salvador Dalí & the Marx Brothers’ 1930s Film Script Gets Released as a Graphic Novel

History remembers Salvador Dalí as one of the most individualistic artists ever to live, but he also had a knack for collaboration: with Luis Buñuel, Alfred Hitchcock, Walt Disney, even, in a sense, with Lewis Carroll and William Shakespeare. But would you believe the list also includes one of the Marx Brothers? Though the film on which they collaborated in the 1930s never entered production, its story has been told by Giraffes on Horseback Salad, a hybrid of illustrated text and graphic novel ...
Tags: Google, New York, Hollywood, Film, College, History, Tim Heidecker, William Shakespeare, Npr, Salvador Dalí, Lewis Carroll, Tate Modern, Seoul, Alfred Hitchcock, MGM, Frank


Class action roundup

Supreme Court remands Frank v. Gaos to lower court on standing issue, thus sidestepping cy pres question; dissenting from per curiam ruling, Justice Clarence Thomas writes that cy pres payments are “not a form of relief to the absent class members and should not be treated as such (including when calculating attorney’s fees)” [opinion; Ronald Mann, SCOTUSBlog] New Manhattan Institute report details problems with cy pres, including its use to support ideologically fraught groups and those advan...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Uncategorized, US, Department Of Justice, Class Actions, Frank, U S Department of Justice, Larry, Lenny, Clarence Thomas, Cowen, Ronald Mann, GAOS, Cy Pres, Class Action Settlements


Discovered After 70, Black Artists Find Success, Too, Has Its Price

Once on the margins, older African-American artists are suddenly a hot commodity. They are relishing the attention while dealing with the market’s grueling demands.
Tags: Art, News, Jack, Sam, Blacks, Bowling, Frank, Edwards, Melvin, McArthur, Gilliam, Whitten, Binion, Pindell, Howardena


Thursday round-up

Mark Walsh has a first-hand look at yesterday’s argument in Flowers v. Mississippi, which asks whether a prosecutor’s repeated use of peremptory challenges to remove black people from the jury pool violated the Constitution, for this blog. At NPR, Nina Totenberg reports that the court “signaled strongly … that it is likely to rule for a death row inmate in Mississippi who was prosecuted six times for the same crime by a prosecutor with a history of racial bias in jury selection.” At The National...
Tags: Mississippi, Supreme Court, Law, America, Bloomberg, Indiana, Kansas, Npr, Nielsen, Flowers, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Economist, Round-up, Frank, Garcia


Opinion analysis: Justices sidestep decision on propriety of “cy pres” class-action settlements

This morning the justices issued a per curiam opinion vacating the decision of the lower court in Frank v. Gaos. They had granted review in that case to consider the propriety of so-called “cy pres” settlements – settlements of class actions that distribute all or a part of the monetary relief to public-interest or charitable recipients instead of the named plaintiffs. In this case, for example, the lower courts awarded $8.5 million in monetary relief in a suit brought by plaintiffs alleging tha...
Tags: Google, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Robins, Frank, 9th Circuit, U S Court of Appeals, Clarence Thomas, Spokeo Inc, Merits Cases, Spokeo, Spokeo Today


‘A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’ Photo Shows Tom Hanks Throwing a Shoe as Mr. Rogers

Are you sitting down? You better grab a seat, because the intensity of this brand new, piping hot, fresh-off-the-presses A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood photo is going to knock the breath right out of your chest. Steel yourself for what you’re about to see, because director Marielle Heller‘s Mr. Rogers biopic is getting real. Check out star Tom Hanks in action in the photo below. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood Photo “There’s an awful lot you can tell about a person by their shoes....
Tags: Images, Movies, Drama, America, Tom-Hanks, Adaptation, True Story, Rogers, Frank, Fred Rogers, TriStar Pictures, Marielle Heller, Hanks, Matthew Rhys, Tom Junod, Mr. Rogers


A “view” from the courtroom: Trials of Mississippi

Today will bring an intense hour of argument about race in jury selection in the case of a Mississippi man who has been tried six times by the same prosecutor, which will culminate in a series of short questions by Justice Clarence Thomas, his first during oral argument in three years. But first, there are a couple of lighter moments. Justice Thomas questions petitioner’s lawyer in Flowers v. Mississippi (Art Lien) Chief Justice John Roberts announces that Justice Stephen Breyer has the co...
Tags: Google, Featured, Mississippi, Supreme Court, Law, Washington, Kentucky, Walmart, United States, New Jersey, Davis, Manhattan, Evans, Nielsen, Johnson, Flowers


Granada Hills baseball honors coach’s grandfather by reenacting 50-year old photo

In the movie Moneyball, Billy Beane, the general manager for the Oakland A’s at the time, played by Brad Pitt, famously said, “It’s hard not to be romantic about baseball.” He wasn’t lying. Granada Hills Charter baseball coach Matt Matuszak, who is often seen meticulously touching up the baseball diamond on campus, sits an old black and white photograph of his grandfather, Frank Matuszak, in his office. The photo shows Frank, who was the head baseball (and football) coach at Pasadena High in the...
Tags: Hollywood, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Brad Pitt, Oakland, Pasadena, Arcadia, High School Sports, Granada, Frank, Matt, San Fernando Valley, Billy Beane, Highlanders, Pasadena High


Live blog of opinions (Update: Completed)

We live-blogged as the Supreme Court released opinions in two cases: Obduskey v. McCarthy & Holthus LLP and Frank v. Gaos. SCOTUSblog is sponsored by Casetext: A more intelligent way to search the law. The transcript of the live blog is available below and at this link.  The post Live blog of opinions (Update: Completed) appeared first on SCOTUSblog.
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Live, Frank, Obduskey, McCarthy Holthus LLP


Top 5 Alternative Romance Movies

Top 5 Alternative Romance Movies What is an “alternative romance movie”? We’re talking about films that grab you by the heart and then rip it out. They don’t necessarily have a “happy ending” and they weren’t based on Nicholas Sparks’s novels. These are the movies that simultaneously show the beauty and the ugliness of love. They show how love can inspire you, challenge you and leave you dancing, but they also show how love can leave you screaming into a pillow or crying in the shower. These ...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Romance, Love, Alabama, Article, Paris, Leonardo Dicaprio, Jackson, Cuba, Jack, Chris, Frank, Rose, Shelly, Nicholas Sparks


Christine Lampard reveals why she waited ten years to have a baby with husband Frank

Christine Lampard has opened up about the joy motherhood has given her since welcoming baby...
Tags: Frank, Christine Lampard