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‘Animorphs’ Creators Exit Movie Adaptation Over Creative Differences

The Animorphs movie has lost the series’ original creators. Animorphs co-creator Michael Grant, who co-wrote the sci-fi novels with his wife Katherine Applegate (writing together under the name K.A. Applegate), revealed that they are parting ways with the upcoming film adaptation over creative differences. Animorphs co-creator Michael Grant shared that he and Applegate, who write together under the name K.A. Applegate, have exited the upcoming film adaptation of their acclaimed children’s sc...
Tags: Movies, Sci-fi, Adaptation, Reddit, Grant, Riordan, Tobias, Percy Jackson, Michael Grant, Rick Riordan, Applegate, Erik Feig, Katherine Applegate, Animorphs, PictureStart, Aximili Esgarrouth Isthill


Grant scores first West Brom goal to earn point at Brighton

Karlan Grant's late strike cancels out a Jake Livermore own goal to earn a point for West Brom at Brighton.
Tags: News, Brighton, West Brom, Grant, Jake Livermore, Karlan Grant


Maguire and Meadow nine behind in Greensboro

Leona Maguire. Picture by Pat Cashman Leona Maguire and Stephanie Meadow opened with two-over 74s to share 70th place in the LPGA Drive On Championship – Reynolds Lake Oconee near Greensboro.Maguire turned for home in level par but dropped two strokes on her back nine as Meadow mixed three birdies with three bogeys before running up a double-bogeyed t...
Tags: Mississippi, Georgia, Sport, Aig, North Dakota, Golf, Dallas, Mississippi State, Ohio, Kpmg, Grant, University Of Southern California, Philly, McDonald, Lindberg, Dana


USC women’s basketball leads charge on Trojans’ voter registration initiative

It started with a simple declaration in August from the USC women’s basketball team. “We would like to proudly announce,” read the tweet from the program’s Twitter account, “that our team is 100 percent REGISTERED TO VOTE in the upcoming election!” But then the Trojans took it a step further, challenging their counterparts on the USC men’s basketball team to follow suit. Two weeks later, they too were completely registered to vote. Soon followed USC track and field, men’s volleyball, women’s soc...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Grant, Usc, Towson, Trojans, Galen Center, Stephen Carr, Aarika Hughes, Erin Grant, Zach Kancher An, Kancher


General Motors' Cruise will pandemic-proof its driverless EV shuttles before they roll out in San Francisco

Cruise CTO and cofounder Kyle Vogt at the Origin's debut in early 2020. Stephen Lam/Reuters Autonomous ride-hailing startup Cruise will build pandemic protections into its Origin shuttles. The all-electric Origin was unveiled at the beginning of 2020; it's being jointly developed by General Motors and Honda. The Origin will be built at GM's Factory Zero in Michigan, alongside the new GMC Hummer electric pickup truck. Cruise is also petitioning NHTSA to put the Origin on the road in San...
Tags: Transportation, California, Cdc, US, San Francisco, Trends, General Motors, Harvard, Cruise, DMV, Gm, World Health Organization, Michigan, Honda, Grant, Self-driving Car


Incandescent Lamp Patent Case

The following is simply the text of the Supreme Court’s 1895 decision: Consol. Electric Light Co v. McKeesport Light Co, 159 U.S. 465 (1895) [16_S.Ct._75] Consol. Electric Light Co v. McKeesport Light Co, 159 U.S. 465 (1895)  This was a bill in equity, filed by the Consolidated Electric Light Company against the McKeesport Light Company, to recover damages for the infringement of letters patent No. 317,[6]76, issued May 12, 1885, to the Electro-Dynamic Light Company, assignee of Sawyer and Man,...
Tags: Amazon, Japan, Supreme Court, Law, China, Boston, Wood, Grant, Patent, Welling, Fed, Bradley, Howard, Brown, Schneider, Raymond


Nigeria: Procedure For Grant And Resealing Of Probate In Nigeria - Resolution Law Firm

Probate is required for the administration of the estate of a deceased who died testate.
Tags: News, Nigeria, Grant


Jam raises $3.5 million to Figma-tize product collaboration

The web of collaboration apps invading remote work toolkits have led to plenty of messy workflows for teams that communicate in a language of desktop screenshots and DMs. Tracing a suggestion or flagging a bug in a company’s website forces engineers or designers to make sense of the mess themselves.  While task management software has given teams a funnel for the clutter, the folks at Jam question why this functionality isn’t just built straight into the product. Jam co-founders Dani Grant and M...
Tags: TC, Tech, Ceo, Software, Computing, Gumroad, Cloudflare, Github, Grant, Robinhood, Matthew, Union Square Ventures, Cto, Analyst, Asana, Software Engineering


‘Calico Joe’, John Grisham’s Baseball Novel, Being Turned Into a Movie By George Clooney (and Bob Dylan)

Stop me if you heard this one: Geroge Clooney, Jon Grisham, and Bob Dylan get together and say, “Let’s make a movie!” No, this isn’t the set-up of a joke. Instead, it’s news about a new movie. George Clooney is considering directing Calico Joe, a film adapted from the John Grisham novel of the same name. And Bob Dylan’s Grey Water Park Productions is set to produce. While Grisham is primarily known for his legal thrillers, Calico Joe is about a baseball player in the 1970s who ends up in a coma...
Tags: Movies, America, Bob Dylan, Adaptation, Warren, John, George-Clooney, Bob, Grant, Major League Baseball, New York Mets, Chicago Cubs, George, Chapman, Clooney, John-Grisham


Calico Joe: George Clooney to Direct Film Based on John Grisham’s Novel

Calico Joe: George Clooney to Direct Film Based on John Grisham’s Novel Academy Award-nominated actor George Clooney and long-time collaborator Grant Heslov are in the process of developing a film adaptation of Calico Joe, based on bestselling author John Grisham’s baseball-themed drama novel of the same name. On top of producing, Clooney is also expected to helm the project. “John has written a beautiful story and the chance to collaborate with Bob to bring it to the screen is just fantasti...
Tags: Movies, America, Warren, John, George Clooney, Bob, Grant, New York Mets, Chicago Cubs, Clooney, Dylan, John Grisham, Grisham, Movie News, Smokehouse Pictures, Heslov


Turbo Systems becomes Appify and launches app marketplace

When Jen Grant joined Turbo Systems, the no-code mobile application platform, as CEO in March, she came on board just as COVID was shutting down businesses, but she went straight to work and over the last six months she has led two major initiatives that the company announced today: a name change and a new app marketplace. For starters, the company is changing its name to Appify to more accurately reflect its mission around building mobile apps. She says that they found most people related the t...
Tags: Mobile, Cloud, Developer, Tech, Mobile Apps, Grant, Field Service, No Code Development, Jen Grant, Turbo Systems, Appify, Pitchbook data Turbo Systems


October 13 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases

BEGIN SLIDESHOW October 13 Blu-ray, Digital and DVD Releases Welcome to ComingSoon.net’s October 13 Blu-ray, Digital HD and DVD column! We’ve highlighted this week’s releases in detailed write-ups of different titles below! Click each highlighted title to purchase through Amazon! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCook...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, New York City, Ben Affleck, Digital, Fox, Tennessee, TV News, Salem, Tokyo, Johannesburg, Marvel Comics, Blu-ray, Dvd, Darren Aronofsky


Nightstream Reviews: Dinner in America, Bloody Hell & More!

Nightstream Reviews: Dinner in America, Bloody Hell & more! Though some of the best genre film festivals may have been axed for the year due to the global situation, Boston Underground, Brooklyn Horror, North Bend, Overlook and Popcorn Frights partnered up to bring us Nightstream, a new virtual festival full of exciting titles in everything from the horror to thriller to comedy worlds and ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to check out some of the films in its catalogue. Check out our review...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Stephen King, US, America, Taiwan, Netflix, Stanley Kubrick, Channing Tatum, Rex, Jamie Foxx, Madrid, Grant, King, Ali, Helsinki


Shawn Mendes Documentary ‘In Wonder’ Coming to Netflix (EXCLUSIVE)

“In Wonder,” a new documentary about singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes, is coming to Netflix on November 23, just days ahead of his fourth studio album, “Wonder,” which arrives on Dec. 4. Mendes released the album’s title track as an advance single on Oct. 2. The feature-length documentary, helmed by veteran music video director Grant Singer, is […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Grant, Shawn Mendes, Mendes, In Wonder


Alphabet's Latest X Project Is a Crop-Sniffing Plant Buggy

Alphabet's X lab has officially announced its latest "moonshot": a computational agriculture project the company is calling Mineral. The Verge reports: The project is focused on sustainable food production and farming at large scales, with a focus on "developing and testing a range of software and hardware prototypes based on breakthroughs in artificial intelligence, simulation, sensors, robotics and more," according to project lead Elliott Grant. A blog post outlining the project's vision says ...
Tags: California, Tech, Earth, Illinois, Grant, Elliott Grant


Alphabet’s latest moonshot is a field-roving, plant-inspecting robo-buggy

Alphabet (you know… Google) has taken the wraps off the latest “moonshot” from its X labs: A robotic buggy that cruises over crops, inspecting each plant individually and, perhaps, generating the kind of “big data” that agriculture needs to keep up with the demands of a hungry world. Mineral is the name of the project, and there’s no hidden meaning there. The team just thinks minerals are really important to agriculture. Announced with little fanfare in a blog post and site, Mineral is sti...
Tags: Google, Hardware, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Farming, Agriculture, Robotics, GreenTech, Grant, Google X, Alphabet, FarmWise, Elliott Grant


A Wall Street global strategy chief says investors should take profits in case of a potential downturn ahead of the US election

CNBC TV Mark Grant, B. Riley chief global strategist of fixed income, told CNBC on Monday that investors should take profits now as protection against the volatile few weeks ahead leading into the election.Grant said there "could be a surprise" between here and the election and investors need to be cautious. "This is caution, it's not saying get out of everything," Grant added. "You just have to be careful in here so you don't get whacked by whatever the election results are going to be." ...
Tags: US, Trends, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Grant, Cnbc, Riley, Mark Grant, Emily Graffeo, Mark Grant B Riley


Steven Spielberg Reanimates ‘Animaniacs’ in a Hilarious ‘Jurassic Park’ Parody Clip

All new episodes of Animaniacs are coming to Hulu in a revival of the beloved animated series from the 1990s. Fans have been eagerly awaiting their first proper look at the return of the series, and it finally arrived today with the first new Animaniacs clip. If you were worried that the return of Animaniacs wouldn’t be able to capture the pop culture zaniness of the original series, this clip featuring a pitch perfect parody of Jurassic Park should wash away all your concerns. Watch it below! ...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Animation, Jurassic Park, Warner, Hulu, Grant, Steven Spielberg, Warner Brothers, John Hammond, Pinky, Alan Grant, Sattler, Animaniacs, Yakko Wakko


Duncan Grant’s Recently Rediscovered Erotic Art Is ‘A Blast Of Joy’ In Tough Times For The Arts

“What images they are: defiantly subversive and explicit multiracial homoerotica, bursting with passion, flesh, joy, love, freedom and everything else gay people were legally barred from experiencing and expressing at the time. The underlying message of Grant’s paintings is still uplifting in 2020: art will always find a way, whatever the obstacles, hardships and dangers.” – The Guardian (UK)
Tags: Art, Grant, Visual, Duncan Grant, 10.10.20


'Pandemic pampering' has become the latest trend in tourism for people seeking a safe, luxury escape

Hotel Figueroa in Los Angeles, California has launched socially distanced Pilates and yoga classes during the pandemic. Hotel Figueroa Many people in the US are looking closer to home for vacations this year to avoid lengthy travel during the pandemic. Resorts and hotels are cashing in on guests' restlessness from being stuck at home and desire for a safe escape by launching socially distanced and wellness-related amenities. Guests at Amangiri, a celebrity-favorite resort in Canyon Point, ...
Tags: Europe, Utah, California, La, US, Trends, Alaska, Arizona, Pacific, Grant, Phoenix, Morris, John Morris, Los Angeles California, Bernardus Lodge Spa, Oregon Coast


Ducks sign Kevin Shattenkirk, Derek Grant on opening day of free agency

Ducks general manager Bob Murray struck out last year in his attempt to sign veteran defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk, who instead opted to join the eventual Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning for 2019-20. Murray took another swing at Shattenkirk on Friday – and this time he got his man. Shattenkirk, 31, signed a three-year contract, $11.7-million contract with the Ducks on the first day of the NHL’s free-agent signing period. He had eight goals and 26 assists in 70 regular-season games and th...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Philadelphia, NHL, Ducks, Grant, Tampa Bay Lightning, Anaheim-ducks, Ottawa, Murray, Tampa Bay, Kevin Shattenkirk, Bob Murray, Derek Grant, Erik Gudbranson


Dispatch 16: Return to America: History is Today

Busy here in Portland. I've been moving back and forth between Portland, Oregon, and Vancouver, Washington. Learning much talking with everyone under the sky. Interesting aside on guns: Gun and ammunition sales have skyrocketed. You know that, of course. Many first-time gun buyers seem to have gunned-up, and my guess is there are plenty of accidents. Play with chainsaws...better go to chainsaw school. But that is not the point of bringing this up: It appears that many people are stocking ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Featured, America, Military, Portland, Army, Portland Oregon, Grant, Ku Klux Klan, Ccp, Ku Klux, Ulysses S Grant, Gordon Chang, Michael's Dispatches, Michael Yon, John Batchelor


This upcoming brewery will be pouring beers with a purpose

Its facility is still in the very early stages of construction, but the socially conscious South Los Angeles Beverage Company is already working on building its legacy. The brewery, which is set to open in 2021 in South L.A., released its first beer, a Hazy IPA called Legacy on Sept. 26 under the label The People’s Republic of South Central. It quickly sold out with all proceeds going towards the purchase of Chromebooks for students in South L.A. schools. And if brewery co-founders Craig Bowers ...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Beer, Things To Do, Soccer, Grant, Southern California, South Los Angeles, LA County, Bowers, People 's Republic, Clayton Kershaw, Los Angeles Trade Technical College, Boomtown Brewery, Restaurants Food and Drink, South Los Angeles Beverage Company


Cécile McLorin Salvant Wins 2020 MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Grant

The musician is being recognized for “using manifold powers of interpretation to infuse jazz standards and original compositions with a...
Tags: Grant, MacArthur Foundation, Cécile McLorin Salvant


California prosecutor will reopen investigation into the fatal shooting of Oscar Grant

Alameda County District Attorney's Nancy O'Malley's decision follows demands from Grant's family.
Tags: California, Cnn, Grant, Oscar Grant, Alameda County, Nancy O Malley


Oscar Grant: California officials re-open inquiry into 2009 police killing

Video of officer firing into Black man’s back on train platform prompted outrage and was subject of film Fruitvale StationCalifornia officials are re-opening the investigation into the 2009 killing of Oscar Grant, a 22-year-old Black man, on a train platform in Oakland, amid a national reckoning on police violence.The fatal New Year’s Day shooting was one of the first incidents of police brutality caught on video, and a significant moment in Bay Area history. The footage showing a transit police...
Tags: California, US news, US policing, Oakland, Ryan Coogler, Grant, Bay Area, Fruitvale Station, Oscar Grant, Fruitvale StationCalifornia


How to get $5,000-$25,000 COVID grants for LA County small businesses

LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles County-based small businesses seeking financial relief related to COVID-19 have until the end of this month to apply for $5,000 to $25,000 grants from a regional fund that opened a new round of funding Monday. Applications are now open through Friday for the second-to-last round of aid under the $100 million LA Regional COVID-19 Recovery Fund. A final round will open Oct. 26 to give businesses one more chance to seek help. The fund, which launched on July 6, has paid ou...
Tags: Business, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Pope, Local News, Grant, Watts, Los Angeles County, Chino, Sánchez, South Los Angeles, LA County, LISC, Top Stories LADN


Stump the Editor Episode 4: Brea Grant!

Stump the Editor Episode 4: Brea Grant! Welcome to the latest episode of ComingSoon.net’s podcast, Stump the Editor ! This week actor and comedian Brea Grant (Dexter, Heroes, Friday Night Lights) drops by to duel with CS editor Max Evry for movie trivia domination! Grant’s latest writing/directorial effort, the bloody dark comedy 12 Hour Shift, debuts today on VOD and in select theaters! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptA...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Arkansas, Grant, Extras, Dexter, Max, Mallory, ComingSoon, Movie News, Baron Vaughn, Max Evry, EastSiders, Brea Grant, Stump the Editor, 12 Hour Shift


‘The Gentlemen’: Guy Ritchie is Turning His Gangster Movie into a TV Series for Miramax TV

Remember when Guy Ritchie made his long-awaited return to the gangster flick with The Gentlemen earlier this year? Yes, that was this year, back in January 2020. And in the decade that passed in the 9 months since The Gentlemen came out, it has earned enough of a following for Miramax TV to commission a TV series adaptation, written and directed by Ritchie himself. It curiously brings the project full circle, as The Gentlemen started off as a TV series pitch before it became a feature. Deadl...
Tags: London, Television, Movies, Thriller, Grant, Guy-Ritchie, Hugh Grant, Miramax, Ritchie, Film to TV, Helwig, Miramax TV, Paul WS Anderson, Marc Helwig, Marn Davies, Ivan Atkinson