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The Tragedy Of Macbeth Will Unleash Sound And Fury In IMAX

You've heard of Shakespeare in the Park? That's old news. Shakespeare at the Cinema — and specifically, Shakespeare in IMAX — is where it's at these days.We knew Joel Coen's "The Tragedy of Macbeth" would have a limited theatrical release starting on Christmas Day, but what we didn't know and what has my eyes widening even as I type this is that Coen and company are taking the "see it on the biggest screen possible" mantra of cinephiles to heart with a special IMAX event this Sunday, December 5,...
Tags: Apple, Europe, Movies, News, Boston, New York City, Amc, Toronto, Park, Canada, Frances Mcdormand, North America, Shakespeare, Macbeth, Denzel Washington, Bridgeport

Superhero Bits: Unused Shang-Chi Concept Art, Rachel Zegler's Shazam! Sequel Role Confirmed & More

(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.)In this edition of Superhero Bits:Shang-Chi is going to eat some really hot wingsRachel Zegler's role in "Shazam 2" has been revealedMore Mephisto in the MCU talkThat "Red Sonja" movie is still happeningAll t...
Tags: Movies, News, Ap, Park, Warner Bros, Helen Mirren, Kelly Sue Deconnick, Jeremy Renner, Hawkeye, Cool Stuff, Bryan, Liu, Agatha, Sonja, West Side Story, Kathryn Hahn

Thor: Love And Thunder Is So 'Crazy Wild,' Taika Waititi Is Surprised He's Allowed To Make It

When you have as many spinning plates as Marvel Studios does, it can be easy for some projects (as excited as fans may be for them) to take a backseat to others at any given time. With "Hawkeye" currently streaming on Disney+ in weekly installments and, on the cinematic side of things, all eyes focused on the multiverse madness in this month's "Spider-Man: No Way Home," our collective attention spans can't quite keep up with every production currently in-development -- understandably so. Once th...
Tags: Movies, News, Park, Thor, Natalie Portman, Hawkeye, Thunder, Taika Waititi, Waititi, Andy Park, Christian Bale Russell Crowe

What nightmares are made of’: Park finds ‘megaspider’ that can bite through human fingernail

AUSTRALIA — A reptile park in Australia says it’s discovered a funnel web spider that is so large for its kind that experts dubbed it a “megaspider.” According to a pr… #megaspider #reptilepark
Tags: Australia, Park

6 Teens Shot at Park in Aurora, Police Say

The injured, all students at Aurora Central High School in Colorado, were shot at nearby Nome Park. They range in age from 14 to 18. #teensshotatpark #nomepark #auroracentralhighschool
Tags: Colorado, Park, Aurora, Nome Park, Aurora Central High School

How Feeling Old Could Make You Kinder

When Jen Park was an adolescent growing up in Korea, she was the oldest child in a family with two working parents. She remembers taking on responsibilities that made her feel older than her peers. “I learned to grow up at an early age,” Park explains. “When I was 14, I’d pick my younger brother up from school,” Park says. “I’d be in charge of checking his homework and making sure that he was fed until our parents got home. I’d make ramen for him.” That early experience is one of the things th...
Tags: Google, Parenting, Stanford, Park, Korea, Boston University, Huang, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Daniella Kupor, Szu Chi Huang, Jen Park, Bella Rozenkrants

Broadway Boxing Results

  PHOTO'S BY DIBELLA ENTERTAINMENT/ED DILLER In the main event, Ivan "Junito" Redkach (14-0, 12 KO's) continued to climb up the lightweight rankings, ousting Sergio Rivera (27-11-2, 17 KO's) at 2:06 of round one. Redkach, 26, utilized a bone-crushing right jab, along with smashing right hooks and straight lefts to discard Rivera. Rivera, 31, could not compete with the superior power and hand speed Redkach displayed. A pulverizing overhand left sent Rivera to one knee in the corner on a del...
Tags: Sport, Park, Brooklyn, Manhattan, KO, Cruz, Turner, Foster, Brock, San Francisco California, Brooks, Rivera, Diller, Roseland Ballroom, CALDWELL Idaho, Michael Gerard Seiler

6 Reasons You're Not Losing Weight

Diet Mistakes Causing Your Weight-Loss Plateau Food journal? Check. Regular workouts? Yes, indeed. Enough fiber to keep an entire army regular? You got it. I know how to lose weight. I've been writing about the topic for more than a decade. That's why it was so frustrating when the pounds clung to me like a codependent boyfriend, no matter how hard I tried. A lot of women have this problem, the experts tell me. "Body weight can fluctuate by up to five pounds on any given day, so the amount yo...
Tags: Health, Fitness, Alabama, Park, Smith, Baltimore, Don, Olson, University of Missouri Columbia, Kenosha Wisconsin, Pamela Wartian Smith, Anna Lisa Finger, Johns Hopkins Weight Management Center, Cari Coulter, Wellspring Weight Loss Camp, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Experts

A Tesla bull who runs an ETF loaded with the EV maker's stock is blowing away most fund managers

Tad Park, founder and CEO of investment firm Volt Equity Volt Equity Tesla stock is volatile, but bullishness for the EV maker has paid off for one money manager, the Wall Street Journal reported. The Volt RoboCar Disruption and Tech ETF's high allocation to Tesla helped it beat most growth-focused ETFs in October. Volt Equity founder Ted Park sees a big future in Tesla's plans for autonomous vehicles. Many money managers stay away from Tesla's volatile, high-priced stock, b...
Tags: US, Trends, Tech, Markets, Tesla, Park, Wall Street Journal, WSJ, US Securities and Exchange Commission, Carla Mozee, Tesla Stock, Ted Park, TSLA stock, MI Exclusive, Volt Crypto Industry Revolution, Volt Equity

‘Masked Singer’ Creator Wonwoo Park Signs First-Look Deal With Fox Alternative Entertainment

Wonwoo Park, the creator of “The Masked Singer” format, has signed a first-look deal with Fox Alternative Entertainment. Under the deal, Fox and Park’s Seoul-based production company, dI turn, will jointly develop series for global territories and the American market. The two companies are currently developing the international format for the Korean talent-competition series “Lotto […]
Tags: News, Park, Fox, Seoul, The Masked Singer, Wonwoo Park

Weekend Event Guide: Halloween rides, Día de los Muertos, costumed ‘cross, and more!

Rrrrrrr-ghghghghgh! –Chewbacca (Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) Hi folks and happy Halloweekend. October is coming to an end — you know what that means! — and there plenty of events to get into the spirit. Halloween rides where you visit cemeteries, ride by spooky decorated houses, and more. Costumes are encouraged. Even the Cyclocross Crusade is going halloweening on Sunday with their costume competition. A special mention to Teatro Milagros’s celebration of the Día de los Muertos with ...
Tags: Halloween, Sport, Features, Park, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Willamette, Dia de los Muertos, Instagram Twitter, Irving Park, Cascade Locks, Alberta Park, Rides/Events, Green Loop, Weekend Event Guide


More photos from a beautiful day in Paris. A fun park for children. Many places to eat near Chatelet. Note the stuffed stars hanging overhead. They serve snails here as you might have guessed. The very picturesque street around rue Montorgueil. Very good looking fruit and vegetables.
Tags: Travel, Photos, Park, Paris, rue Montorgueil, Escargot, L& 039

The 15 Best Horror Movie Directors Of All Time

The horror genre necessitates a personal touch. What is or isn't scary is very subjective, and auteur filmmakers are integral to highlighting personal fears and how they manifest. Whether it's best defined as a slasher, body horror, artistic work, or satire, the horror films that stand the test of time as cinematic classics are those that feel individualistic.It can be challenging to define which great filmmakers are truly "horror directors." Stanley Kubrick, Alfred Hitchcock, and William Friedk...
Tags: Japan, Hollywood, Movies, Germany, Stephen King, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Hammer Films, America, Reagan, Park, David Cronenberg, Guillermo Del Toro, Danny Boyle, Ash, Charles Manson

The US has a record number of sexually transmitted diseases and COVID-19 is making things worse, experts say

A blood sample is taken for a mobile HIV screening lab. David McNew/Getty Images COVID-19 has made it harder to tackle the rising numbers of US sexually transmitted diseases, experts warn. People are now less inclined to use condoms, and testing isn't as readily available, one expert said. STD rates in the US were at an all-time-high for the sixth year in a row, the CDC said in April. Top US public health experts have warned that the COVID-19 pandemic has hampered the country's eff...
Tags: Science, News, Cdc, US, America, Trends, Park, Healthcare, Guardian, STI, STD, University Of California, Harvey, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, David McNew Getty, Std Testing

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Tags: Photography, Park, Anthropology, Photo Essay

Covid live news: up to 180,00 healthcare workers killed by virus, WHO says; Melbourne emerges from long lockdown

A WHO paper estimates 80,000 to 180,000 healthcare workers could have died from Covid-19; Australia’s second-most populous city celebrates the end of lockdownUK Covid booster jabs could be brought forward as cases hit 52,000New Zealand sets 90% vaccination target before shifting from lockdownsBeijing rolls out Covid-19 booster shotsUK PM resists calls to activate ‘plan B’ despite high level of infectionsSee all our coronavirus coverageNearly one-third of refugees and asylum seekers detained by t...
Tags: Australia, UK News, World news, Australia news, Park, Infectious Diseases, Who, World Health Organization, Melbourne, Coronavirus, 000New Zealand

14 Movies Like Knives Out That You'll Want To Watch ASAP

"Knives Out" does a lot of things right. The film, directed by Rian Johnson and starring some of Hollywood's best (a trend that's continuing in its upcoming sequel), may feel unique in its blend of comedy, murder, and sly social commentary. But the comedy mystery is actually one of Hollywood's oldest genres, one that's rarely shy about slipping in a biting statement here and there. A comedy mystery can be sleek or slapstick, dumb or wise, or all of those things at once.Mystery comedies first pea...
Tags: South Korea, England, Hollywood, Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Cary Grant, Tim Curry, Disney, Vincent Price, Park, Dame Maggie Smith, North Dakota, Wes Anderson, Chase, Broadway, Stephen Fry

GTA 3, Vice City and San Andreas fans are using Steam reviews to encourage people to buy the originals before Rockstar delists them next week

 Rockstar this week revealed the game's worst secret: remakes of Grand Theft Auto 3, Vice City, and San Andreas. In addition, Rockstar has confirmed its plan to remove the original version from all digital retailers on PCs and consoles starting next week and to replace it in several storefronts with Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition. The decision to remove these classics is a blow to video game preservation and obviously bad for player selection, but Rockstar is unlikely ...
Tags: Games, Tech, Park, Nintendo, San Andreas, Rockstar, Vice City, Pink Diamond, GrunkleBran, Xbox Download Store

Manchester United cult hero Park Ji Sung requests for derogatory chant to stop

Manchester United vs Liverpool rivalry leads to outrageous chant The rivalry between Manchester United and Liverpool is one that has stretched back for generations, and continues to throw up some of the biggest games in the football calender, especially with the resurgence that the Merseyside club have made under Jurgen Klopp. Anyway back to football . It’s “ Them v Them “ later on. Should be a great game though . Join us @SkySports if you like ❤️ ⚽️ — Gary Neville (@GNev2) October 3, 2021 One ...
Tags: Sport, Park, Soccer, Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester, Alex Ferguson, Korea, Ferguson, Jurgen Klopp, Merseyside, Gary Neville, United, Sergi Roberto, Ji

$89 million in crypto was mistakenly sent out to users of a decentralized finance platform, and now its CEO is asking users to voluntarily send it back

Thana Prasongsin/Getty Images Users of DeFi lending platform Compound were erroneously sent $89 million worth of cryptocurrency. A glitch in a recent platform update led to some users receiving too much "COMP." "This is the greatest opportunity, and greatest risk for a decentralized protocol," Compound's CEO tweeted. See more stories on Insider's business page. A glitch in an update this week to the decentralized finance platform Compound has led to roughly $89 million worth of a ...
Tags: News, Finance, Trends, Bloomberg, Park, Crypto, Glitch, Internal Revenue Service, Andrew Park, Compound, Tech Insider, Défi, DOMINICK REUTER, Comp, Robert Leshner, Leshner

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom Adds Randall Park, Jani Zhao & More

Coming off from his well-received return as Agent Jimmy Woo in the acclaimed Marvel Cinematic Universe series WandaVision, it looks like Randall Park is ready to jump into another superhero universe in the form of James Wan’s Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Park has signed on to reprise his role as Dr. Stephen Shin in Warner Bros. Pictures’ upcoming DC sequel. Dr. Shin first appeared in the 2018 film, where fans had last seen him rescuing Black Manta during ...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, Park, Nicole Kidman, Dc, Jason Momoa, Comic Book, Manta, Moore, Hollywood Reporter, Regan, Warner Bros. Pictures, Shin, Zhao, Randall Park

Earl Rowe, Fry Trucks, & Getting Outside

A recent weekend was spent at Earl Rowe Provincial Park – which also just happens to have a pretty decent fry truck nearby, so we took care of a few things we like to do on the weekend at once. Parks, Fry Trucks, and road trips. Taken on the Resource trail, last October. We’ve visited Earl Rowe several times in these past two years of increased park visits – and it’s not even a particularly flashy park, and I can’t quite put my finger on what keeps us coming back there. But it’s a vas...
Tags: Toronto, Park, Vegans, Fletcher, Provincial Park, Alliston, Earl Rowe Provincial Park, Parks Fry Trucks, Earl Rowe, JJ s Chip Wagon

The Monday Roundup: Salt Lake’s Hawthorne moment, youth bike boom, predictable pedaling, and more

Welcome to the week. This feels like the week where we finally leave summer behind. I don’t want to jinx it or anything, but it sure would be nice to have some cooler temps and rain. Before we get into the meat of another week, let’s get you caught up with most notable items found by BikePortland editors and readers in the past seven days… DOTs gonna’ DOT: A neighborhood in Virginia is rising up against a car-centric highway widening proposal that the DOT falsely claims will improve safety b...
Tags: Oregon, Virginia, New York City, Sport, Features, Park, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Bmw, Illinois, Dot, U K, Aaron Gordon, Oregon Environmental Council, Jonathan Maus

A Florida state park is holding auditions for mermaids. Here's what it takes to play the role of a mythical aquatic creature.

Mermaids performing underwater. Weeki Wachee Springs State Park Weeki Wachee Springs State Park in Florida is hiring mermaids for its underwater theatre. Auditions are "rigorous and challenging," a state spokeswoman told Insider. Weeki Wachee mermaids are required to swim in 72-degree waters, 16 feet below surface level. See more stories on Insider's business page. If you're a strong swimmer who loves to entertain, you're in luck: Weeki Wachee Springs State Park in Florida i...
Tags: Travel, Florida, Theatre, Careers, Trends, Sea, Park, Tourism, Little Mermaid, Peter Pan, Mermaids, US Navy, Alice, Perry, Jimmy Buffett, Kuchta

Once a mere concept, Portland’s ‘Green Loop’ is coming into focus

Friends of Green Loop Executive Director Keith Jones, seen here speaking at the Cart Blocks in August, has seen his vision begin to materialize.(Photos: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) Please welcome new contributor Steve Cheseborough. Steve is a professional blues musician, author, former newspaper editor, volunteer Meals on Wheels deliverer (by bicycle) and writer who lives in Portland. This is his first piece for BikePortland. ——— Is it just a new downtown food cart pod? Or the beginning of ...
Tags: South Park, Sport, Park, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Detroit, Jones, Portland State University, Moda Center, Lloyd, Ritz Carlton, Convention Center, Burnside, Portland PORTLAND, South Waterfront

Phoenix concert news: Boots in the Park postponed, other outdoor shows announced in Tempe

Phoenix concert news: Free shows at Tempe Marketplace, Imagine Dragons, Playboi Carti announced. Boots in the Park postpones over vax requirements.        [Author: Arizona Republic]
Tags: Religion, Park, Phoenix, Arizona Republic, Tempe, Tempe Marketplace Imagine Dragons Playboi Carti

14 Korean Horror Movies You Need To See

Korean horror movies are brutal, funny, and in a completely different league. The brand of horror found in Korean cinema contradicts much of what we expect from mainstream American movies. These films are not as concerned with quick cuts and jump scares, but rather digging into the deepest parts of the human subconscious, where dark thoughts grow like poisonous mushrooms. Violence is treated like an art form, beautifully choreographed in films like "Oldboy" and "I Saw The Devil" that illustrate ...
Tags: Japan, Movies, Park, Korea, Josh Brolin, Cinderella, Spike Lee, Kim, Busan, Seoul, MMA, Yoon, Host, Jong, Bok, Bong

Stipop offers developers and creators instant access to a huge global sticker library

With more than 270,000 stickers, Stipop’s library of colorful, character-driven expressions has a little something for everyone. The company offers keyboard and social app stickers through ad-supported mobile apps on iOS and Android, but it’s recently focused more on providing stickers to developers, creators and other online businesses. “We were able to gather so many artists because we actually began as our own app that provided stickers,” Stipop co-founder Tony Park told TechCrunch. The team ...
Tags: Google, Android, Social, Startups, TC, Y Combinator, Asia, Coca Cola, Microsoft, Saudi Arabia, India, Tech, E-commerce, Gif, Park, Instant Messaging

Infinite Canvas raises $2.8M for a metaverse creator group modeled after esports teams

With the promise of an interconnected virtual world coming into focus and user-crafted gaming content exploding, Infinite Canvas is looking to apply lessons learned in the esports boom to the metaverse. “Metaverse” is the hot buzzword right now, but it’s not an empty term. Ten different people would probably define the metaverse in ten different ways, but it’s generally used as shorthand for the web of emerging virtual spaces full of personalized avatars, games and digital goods that are already...
Tags: Social, TC, Tech, Park, Esports, League Of Legends, Houston Rockets, Ugc, Online Games, Greenfield, Richard Greenfield, Roblox, Video Gaming, Metaverse, Shachar, Day One Ventures

EA Celebrates Madden 22’s Release With a Day at the Park in Playful Ad

For reasons that should seem a little obvious at this point, now might not be the best time to consider a risky trip to your local, relentlessly packed amusement park. But if you're a football fan and looking for a thrill, EA Sports comes bearing good news: the gates to Madden Land are wide open....
Tags: Advertising, EA, Park, Esports, Ea Sports, Madden, AdFreak, Madden Land