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Julia Butters Joins Amblin Biopic Inspired by Steven Spielberg’s Childhood

According to Deadline, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood breakout star, Julia Butters has officially been tapped to join the cast of Steven Spielberg’s long-in-development biopic, loosely based on the acclaimed filmmaker’s childhood. The 12-year-old rising star is set to portray a character that is inspired by Spielberg’s sister, Anne, who is best known for penning the script for the Tom Hanks-led Big. This marks Butters’ third major feature project, with the first one being Quentin Tarantino’s com...
Tags: Childhood, Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Los Angeles, Tom Hanks, Williams, Arizona, Leonardo Dicaprio, Seth Rogen, Brad Pitt, Ryan Gosling, Quentin Tarantino, Sharks, Indiana Jones


Sharks With Weird Sores and Lesions Have Appeared at a Popular Malaysian Dive Spot

Calling all dermatologists. There are some hot sharks who need you. Marine biologists say that warming oceans could be responsible for a mystery skin affliction that is taking a toll on sharks off the coast of Malaysia.Read more...
Tags: Science, Animals, Environment, Malaysia, Sharks, Predators, Sipadan, Ichthyology, Branches Of Biology, Elasmobranchii, Vertebrate Zoology, Reef Shark, Whitetip Reef Shark, Datuk Mohamed Shariff Mohamed Din, Austin Spiji, Davies Austin Spiji


Ancient megalodon shark was even bigger than estimated, finds study

A new method estimates the ancient megalodon shark was as long as 65 feet.The megalodon was one of the largest fish that ever lived.The new model uses the width of shark teeth to estimate its overall size.A Florida student figured out a way to more accurately measure the size of one of the largest fish that ever lived – the extinct megalodon shark – and found that it was even larger than previously estimated.The megalodon (officially named Otodus megalodon, which means "Big Tooth") lived between...
Tags: Florida, Maryland, Biology, France, Animals, History, Innovation, Natural History Museum, North Carolina, Sharks, Megalodon, Paleontology, Perez, University of Kansas, Leipzig Germany, Adrian Melott


Premiership: Exeter Chiefs 20-19 Sale Sharks - 14-man Chiefs fight back to seal home semi-final

Fourteen-man Exeter produce a superb comeback to beat Sale and secure a home semi-final against the Sharks next Saturday.
Tags: News, Sharks, Exeter, Sale Sharks, Exeter Chiefs


I guess that's floatie life — they don't seem too upset.

I'm looking at "Sharks circle women on a floatie at Florida beach" (NY Post).  So... are they lolling, lazy dopes or savvy beachgoers? The sharks are just hammerheads.According to the International Shark Attack File, humans have been subjects of 17 documented, unprovoked attacks by hammerhead sharks within the genus Sphyrna since 1580 AD. No human fatalities have been recorded... The young swim mostly in shallow waters along shores all over the world to avoid predators....  Fishermen who har...
Tags: Florida, Law, Fish, Hawaii, Viral Video, Survival, Sharks, Maui, Reincarnation, Ann Althouse, Lightweight Religion


New In the Heights Featurette Highlights Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Neighborhood

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Warner Bros. Pictures has released a brand new In the Heights featurette for Jon M. Chu’s upcoming film adaptation of the hit Broadway musical, which is scheduled to hit theaters and HBO Max this Thursday, June 10. The video features interviews by producer Lin-Manuel Miranda, and writer Quiara Alegría Hudes as they give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at their own neighborhood that inspired the film. They also talked about how important it is to them to deliver a story that...
Tags: Video, Movies, Drama, New York City, Netflix, Streaming, Warner Bros, Miranda, Sharks, Steven Spielberg, Dominican Republic, Vega, Washington Heights, Lin Manuel Miranda, Vanessa, Marc Anthony


The San Jose Sharks are the latest pro-sports team to start accepting crypto payments, following the NBA's Kings and Mavericks

Jeff Chiu/AP The San Jose Sharks ice hockey team will accept crypto payments next season. Initially, fans will use Bitpay to exchange crypto for season tickets and suite leases. The Sharks are following in the footsteps of pro-sports teams like the NBA's Kings and Mavericks. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. The San Jose Sharks will accept cryptocurrency in payment for season tickets, suite leases and partnerships from next season, the first NH...
Tags: US, Sacramento Kings, Dallas Mavericks, Trends, Paypal, Bitcoin, Nba, Mlb, Oakland Athletics, NHL, Oakland, San Jose Sharks, Sharks, Northern California, Mavericks, Becher


Tiger sharks are not scared of hurricanes, US researchers say

‘It was as if they didn’t even flinch,’ researcher says as study finds tiger sharks’ presence consistent before and during stormForecasters expect the Atlantic hurricane season that began this week to bring increasingly fierce storms to the US east coast. One notoriously fierce kind of shark, however, does not seem likely to be swimming for cover. Related: Sharks use Earth’s magnetic field as ‘GPS’ guidance system, study says Continue reading...
Tags: Animals, Environment, US, World news, US news, Atlantic, Wildlife, Marine Life, Oceans, US weather, Sharks, Hurricanes


Sharks once nearly disappeared in an abrupt extinction event 'twice as extreme' as the one that killed the dinosaurs

An oceanic whitetip shark at Elphinstone Reef in the Red Sea. Alexander Vasenin/Wikimedia Commons Nearly all sharks disappeared in a 100,000-year period about 19 million years ago, research shows. The total number of sharks declined by 90%, and the number of shark species decreased by 70%. Scientists don't know why the mass extinction happened - it didn't coincide with changes in climate. See more stories on Insider's business page. Sharks are the consummate survivors. They'...
Tags: Science, News, Biology, Trends, Earth, Atlantic, Oceans, Maine, Sharks, Pacific, Pacific Ocean, Jackson Pollock, Paleontology, Yale University, Rubin, Sibert


Something Wiped Out Nearly All Sharks 19 Million Years Ago, New Research Suggests

Scientists have stumbled upon a previously unknown extinction event that decimated ocean shark populations 19 million years ago. The cause of this sudden die-off, in which global shark populations plummeted by 90%, is a complete mystery. Read more...
Tags: Science, Biology, Environment, Sharks, Megalodon, Predators, Nicholas Pyenson, Apex Predators, Ichthyology, Pimiento, Cretaceouspaleogene Extinction Event, Catalina Pimiento, Branches Of Biology, Elasmobranchii, Outline Of Sharks, Vertebrate Zoology


The Summer of Disney+ is Coming: Big Blockbusters, New Originals, and Old Favorites

Even though movie theaters are getting their groove back, the summer blockbuster season still won’t be quite as exciting as usual. That’s why Disney+ is hyping up their own summer line-up that brings some big blockbusters, new original shows, and beloved favorites from the past straight to your TV screen. In a new Summer of Disney+ preview, the streaming service touts the arrival of theatrical releases like Black Widow, Pixar’s Luca, and Jungle Cruise, new original shows including Loki and Mons...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Fox, Black Widow, Pixar, Sharks, Marvel Studios, Phoenix, Loki, Luca, Jungle Cruise, Monsters Inc, Disney/Pixar, Netflix/Streaming Video, TV Trailer


Sharks’ Marcus Sorensen Doesn’t Provide Depth San Jose Needs

Finishing with a 21-28-7 record in a shortened season, it’s time for the San Jose Sharks to consider shaving lackluster players from their roster. One such player who should be…
Tags: Sport, Hockey, San Jose Sharks, Sharks, Marcus Sorensen


I'm the founder of a zero-waste toothpaste company that was featured on Shark Tank. Here's what my day is like managing a team of 9 remote employees.

Bite founder and CEO Lindsay McCormick. Lindsay McCormick Lindsay McCormick is the founder and CEO of Bite, a sustainable toothpaste tablet company. Since a video of her product went viral on Facebook, McCormick says her business has taken off. Here's what a day in her life looks like working from home and managing nine employees. See more stories on Insider's business page. No matter when I go to bed, I try to get up around 7:30 a.m. We have a lot of late nights (hello, startup li...
Tags: Facebook, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Sharks, Bite, Shark Tank, Asher, Kevin O Leary, McCormick, Marina del Rey California, Lindsay McCormick, Facebook McCormick


Sharks season is back — should you panic if you see a great white near shore?

Shark season has kicked off and it’s already shaping up to be a busy one. On a recent day, a great white shark was seen on camera swimming not far from Doheny State Beach in Dana Point and a few weeks earlier a shark was spotted leaping out of the water off T-Street in San Clemente, both popular surf spots. Video from a few days ago shows a shark swimming near two young bodyboarders in the Santa Monica Bay. But don’t let the shark sightings scare you – the creatures don’t seem to care much about...
Tags: News, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Long Beach, Kansas, Local News, Orange County, Sharks, Shark Week, Santa Barbara, Beaches, Southern California, Huntington Beach, Lowe, San Clemente


Google’s 80-acre megacampus will take over a chunk of San Jose (ars technica)

Google's rendering of "The Meander," which will be "a central social gathering place with shops and local food." I assume there are office buildings in there somewhere. Google has gotten approval to build a "multi-billion dollar megacampus" in San Jose, California, just 10 miles away from the other giant campus the company is building in Mountain View. CNBC reports that city officials approved Google's "Downtown West" project on Tuesday night. Google's sa...
Tags: Google, News, US, Silicon Valley, San Jose, NHL, San Jose Sharks, Santa Clara, Sharks, SAP Center, Santa Clara County, San Jose California, Ron Amadeo, Downtown West, Diridon Station, Mountain View CNBC


Harvard-Westlake girls soccer tops Santiago in drama-filled Division 1 semifinal 

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now. STUDIO CITY – In a much-anticipated semifinal soccer match, the drama is expected to be on the field. For example, a go-ahead goal in stoppage time, maybe the brandishing of a red card, or dreaded penalty kicks. That wasn’t quite the drama that filled Harvard-Westlake’s 4-1 win over Santiago in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 girls soccer semifinal Saturday afternoon. Alyssa Thompson scored two goals a...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Santiago, Chatsworth, Villa Park, Sharks, High School Sports, Thompson, Fleming, Peninsula, Haynes, Westlake, Gisele, Wolverines, Alyssa


Is a massive dead whale on Bolsa Chica’s shoreline attracting sharks?

Surfers especially have been skittish around Bolsa Chica State Beach the past few days, wondering if a 63-foot dead whale that washed ashore Wednesday could pose a danger by luring great white sharks looking to feast with its scent and seeping oils. With Memorial Day weekend around the corner and temperatures expected to warm up early next week, a local expert weighed in on the risk. “There’s always a concern when you have a dead marine mammal,” Cal State Long Beach Shark Lab director Chris Lowe...
Tags: News, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Manhattan, Local News, Sharks, Beaches, Southern California, Lowe, HUNTINGTON, Shark Lab, State Parks, Bolsa Chica State Beach, Australian Navy, Chris Lowe


California won’t create a vaccine passport, but large events will be screened

California will not require an official vaccine passport for residents when all social distancing requirements and capacity limits are lifted on June 15, Health and Human Services Secretary Mark Ghaly said Friday. But the state will mandate that indoor events with at least 5,000 people, such as Golden State Warriors and San Jose Sharks games, verify vaccination or a negative COVID test. That will require fans to obtain some sort of proof — whatever the venue decides to require — before they can ...
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City of Industry custom pillow company receives offer on ‘Shark Tank,’ turns it down

Officials from Pluto, a custom pillow company based in the City of Industry, appeared on the popular ABC television show “Shark Tank” on Friday, May 14. They got bitten a bit by the Sharks, then nibbled at a potential deal, but ended up swimming away from an offer that wasn’t to their liking. The chief executive officer, Susan Saeliu, and the chief operation officer, Kevin Li, went on the show seeking $400,000 for 5% of their company. Thank you everyone for tuning in! We filmed Shark Tank 9 mon...
Tags: Business, TV, News, Abc, Dallas Mavericks, Sport, Soccer, Mark Cuban, Starz, Beethoven, American Ninja Warrior, Sharks, Pluto, Ellen Degeneres, Shark Tank, Qvc


Surfer dies after being bitten by 4.5m great white shark on NSW mid-north coast

Police say man in his 50s suffered critical injuries to his upper thigh during attack at Tuncurry beach, near ForsterA surfer has died after he was mauled by a 4.5m great white shark off Tuncurry Beach on the NSW mid-north coast.It’s the first confirmed fatal shark attack in Australian waters this year, though it’s believed another man was killed by a shark off South Australia in January. Continue reading...
Tags: Australia news, New South Wales, Surfing, South Australia, Sharks, Tuncurry, ForsterA, Tuncurry Beach


Surfer dies after shark attack on NSW mid-north coast

Police say the man aged in his 50s suffered critical injuries to his upper thigh during the attack at Tuncurry beach, near ForsterA surfer has died after he was attacked by a shark off Tuncurry beach on the New South Wales mid-north coast.Paramedics were called to the beach, just north of Forster, about 11.20am on Tuesday after the man aged in his 50s was bitten while surfing. Continue reading...
Tags: Australia news, New South Wales, Surfing, Sharks, Forster, Tuncurry, ForsterA


Sharks use Earth’s magnetic field as ‘GPS’ guidance system, study says

Florida scientists use juvenile bonnetheads for researchAuthors say findings applicable to other ocean-going sharksScientists in Florida have concluded that sharks possess an internal navigation system similar to GPS that allows them to use Earth’s magnetic forces to travel long distances with accuracy. Related: Below the surface: reports of rising shark attacks don't tell the whole story Continue reading...
Tags: Florida, Animals, Environment, World news, US news, Wildlife, Marine Life, Oceans, Sharks


Bath 20-24 Sale: Sharks earn late bonus-point Premiership win at The Rec

Sale survive two sin-binnings as they come from behind to win at Bath and boost their Premiership play-off bid.
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3 Takeaways from the Golden Knights Win Over the Sharks

Last night was the final game on the regular-season schedule for the Vegas Golden Knights, wrapping up their fourth regular season in franchise history. As all NHL teams want to…
Tags: Sport, Hockey, NHL, Sharks, Mark Stone, William Carrier, Marc-Andre Fleury, Vegas Golden Knights, West Division


Howe Family Asks The NHLPA To Present Gordie’s Stick From His Last NHL Game To Patrick Marleau

from Curtis Pashelka of the Mercury News, Patrick Marleau was given a special gift by the NHL Players’ Association before the Sharks played the Vegas Golden Knights on Wednesday at SAP Center. At the request of Gordie Howe’s family, the NHLPA presented Marleau with the stick used by Howe in his 1,767th and final NHL game on April 6, 1980. The stick had been on display in the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto and will be replaced by a stick used by Marleau on April 19 when he played i...
Tags: Disney, Toronto, Sport, NHL, Lucasfilm, Sharks, Sap, Gordie Howe, Howe, Patrick Marleau, Marleau, Hockey Hall of Fame, NHLPA, NHL Players Association, Curtis Pashelka, Gordie


City of Industry businessfolk jump into Shark Tank – Do custom pillows assure soft landing?

The founder of a custom pillow company based in the City of Industry will take her fluffy products with her when she goes swimming with the sharks on ABC’s “Shark Tank” this week. Susana Saeliu, CEO of Pluto – a company that creates pillows customized to a consumer’s body stats and pillow preferences – will appear on the hit television show at 8 p.m. this Friday, May 14, where she will try to secure more funding for her company. Saeliu, a car enthusiast, founded the company in 2018 because looki...
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How to fool a shark using magnets

It's long been suspected that sharks navigate the oceans using Earth's magnetic field. Sharks are, however, difficult to experiment with.Using magnetism, marine biologists figured out a clever way to fool sharks into thinking they're somewhere that they're not.For some time, scientists have suspected that sharks belong among the growing number of animals known to navigate using Earth's magnetic field. Testing anything with a shark, though, requires some care. "The reason this question has been ...
Tags: Biology, Australia, Animals, Earth, South Africa, Oceans, Innovation, North America, Senses, Sharks, Gulf of Mexico, Marine Biology, Gulf, Keller, Dean Grubbs, Bryan Keller


29 gift ideas from 'Shark Tank' that you can get on Amazon

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon If you gift a product from the show "Shark Tank," then you know it'll be both creative and practical. Games, kitchen tools, and food are thoughtful gifts to give the "Shark Tank" fan in your life. Most of these items are available with Prime two-day shipping, so they will likely arrive quickly.One of our favorite shows to spot new products and enjoy some entertaining celebrity judge banter is ...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Kitchen, Home, Food, Sports, NFL, Trends, Startup, Nasa, Features, Gifts, Valentine's Day, Sharks, Alexa, Shark Tank


Sharks are among a group of animals with a 6th sense that humans don't have - they use Earth's magnetic field to navigate

Bryan Keller holding a bonnethead shark. Colby Griffiths Some shark species swim thousands of miles back to the same feeding grounds every year. They most likely use Earth's magnetic field to orient themselves, a new study shows. Other species, including dogs, whales, and sea turtles, also seem to use the magnetic field to navigate. See more stories on Insider's business page. Shark species have an uncanny ability to find their way back to the same feeding grounds every year - even...
Tags: Florida, Science, News, Biology, Dogs, Australia, Animals, Trends, Earth, Birds, South Africa, Magnetic Field, Whales, Gulf Coast, Florida State University, Sharks


3 Reasons the Sharks Are No Longer Stanley Cup Contenders

April 11, 2021 — the San Jose Sharks sit just four points back from the Arizona Coyotes and the coveted fourth playoff spot with a game in hand on their…
Tags: Sport, Hockey, San Jose Sharks, Sharks, Brent Burns, Joe Thornton, Arizona Coyotes, Erik Karlsson