Watch as this husky hilariously attempts to prevent her best friend from leaving the house. Priceless! Credit to 'JCollins'.
Watch as this husky hilariously attempts to prevent her best friend from leaving the house. Priceless! Credit to 'JCollins'.
"Another Round," a film about a pact by four world-weary Danish schoolteachers to spend every day drunk for a loosely scientific "experiment," was always going to walk a fine line between comedy and darkness.
Two of the Portland Trail Blazers' best players will be out for their marquee matchup against the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday. Damian Lillard (right hamstring) and Jusuf Nurkic (right knee) won't play against Los Angeles, the team Portland would face in the playoffs if the season ended today. It will be the third straight missed game for Lillard but the first for Nurkic since he missed a game April 10 against Detroit.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes said Monday he is ahead of schedule in his rehab after undergoing offseason surgery to repair a turf toe injury. Mahomes had the procedure days after guiding the Chiefs to a second consecutive Super Bowl appearance, in which they fell to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. "Obviously, we're trying to be cautious and not push me out there too soon, but I'm doing what I can," Mahomes said.
Kobe Bryant first signed a deal with Nike back in 2003.
A woman filmed the moment she narrowly escaped a landslide at a northern Wales beach on April 19.Amanda Stubbs told Storyful she was taking a stroll along Nefyn Beach when she noticed part of the adjacent cliff crumbling.“This [video] was taken on the beach just 200 yards from our holiday home in Nefyn,” Stubbs said, adding, “although I have seen the aftermath of many small landslides I have never witnessed one of this scale first hand.”At the 2’40’’ mark of her video what begins as light crumbling leads to a rapid collapse of an entire section of cliff, sending soil into the water.Police urged the public to “avoid the area until further notice” as emergency and utilities services worked to make the beach safe. No deaths or injuries were reported. Credit: Amanda Stubbs via Storyful
Charlotte Hornets rookie guard LaMelo Ball was cleared to resume individual basketball activity after a CT scan confirmed his broken right wrist has healed, the team announced Monday. Ball sustained the injury on March 20 in a game against the Los Angeles Clippers. ESPN reported that Ball could return to action in seven to 10 days.
The snowman Boeoegg burns on a mountain pass in Switzerland as party of Zurich spring festival
Former Vice President Walter F. Mondale, a liberal icon who lost the most lopsided presidential election after bluntly telling voters to expect a tax increase if he won, died Monday. Mondale followed the trail blazed by his political mentor, Hubert H. Humphrey, from Minnesota politics to the U.S. Senate and the vice presidency, serving under Jimmy Carter from 1977 to 1981. In a statement Monday night, Carter said he considered Mondale “the best vice president in our country’s history.”
(Reuters) -Walter Mondale, a leading liberal Democratic voice of the late 20th century who was U.S. vice president under Jimmy Carter and lost in a historic landslide to Ronald Reagan in the 1984 presidential election, died on Monday at age 93, his family said. "It is with profound sadness that we share news that our beloved dad passed away today in Minneapolis, Minnesota," the family said in a statement. Mondale, the first major U.S. party presidential nominee to pick a woman running mate, believed in an activist government and worked for civil rights, school integration, consumer protection and farm and labor interests as a U.S. senator and vice president during Carter's troubled one-term presidency from 1977 to 1981.
The Philadelphia Phillies placed left-handers Jose Alvarado and Matt Moore and infielder Ronald Torreyes on the injured list due to COVID-19 protocols prior to the team's Monday night game against the visiting San Francisco Giants. The Phillies also lost first base coach Paco Figueroa and assistant coach Bobby Meacham due to COVID-19 protocols.
K-Pop superstars BTS have partnered with McDonald’s to offer the band’s favorite order starting May 26. The BTS Meal, announced using french fries to emulate the group’s iconic logo, includes a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets, medium fries and medium Coke, complete with Sweet Chili and Cajun dipping sauces inspired by popular McDonald’s South Korea recipes, available […]
The US State Department on Monday branded as an "unprovoked escalation" reported Russian plans to block parts of the Black Sea, which could ultimately impact access to Ukrainian ports.
Angela Merkel's party early on Tuesday firmly backed Armin Laschet to be the conservative bloc's chancellor candidate at Germany's upcoming elections, hoping to draw a line under a bitter battle with challenger Markus Soeder.
Beckham's comments were ironic, though, coming from the co-owner of a club in a closed league.
After several previous notable singles, Polo G’s “Rapstar” is looking like his first true phenomenon, becoming his first No. 1 single with the highest streaming numbers for any song by a male artist out of the box so far in 2021. The song debuted atop the Rolling Stone songs chart and bounced Lil Nax X’s […]
Three months after more than 25,000 National Guard troops poured into the nation's capital to secure President Joe Biden's inauguration, Defense Department and Guard officials are losing patience and are denying some of the city's recurring requests for troops to protect D.C. According to defense officials, the Army on Monday approved only about a quarter of the Guard troops requested by city officials to provide security in case of unrest after the upcoming verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin. The D.C. National Guard confirmed that acting Army Secretary John Whitley has approved the deployment of 250 troops, but officials said the city's initial request was for as many as 1,000.
Of the eight Best Picture nominees for the 93rd Academy Awards, “The Trial of the Chicago 7” has won the most awards from the Hollywood guilds and professional organizations in the lead-up to the Oscars — but its total pales next to the Pixar film “Soul,” which swept the guild awards by winning the award for animated feature at every awards show that includes that category. Wins at the American Cinema Editors’ ACE Eddie Awards and the Cinema Audio Society’s CAS Awards on Saturday gave Pete Docter’s “Soul” 10 guild wins, including prizes from the Producers Guild of America, the Society of Composers and Lyricists, the Visual Effects Society, the Art Directors Guild, the Artios Awards, the Motion Picture Sound Editors, the Guild of Music Supervisors and the Annie Awards, where it took the Best Feature award. “Soul” didn’t win anything at the Writers Guild Awards, the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the Directors Guild Awards, the Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards, the Costume Designers Guild Awards, the Set Decorators Society Awards or the American Society of Cinematographers Awards, but that’s because none of those awards shows honor animated films. Also Read: 'Soul' Director Pete Docter on How Pixar 'Thinks of Our Work as Indie Films' Those 17 guilds and professional organizations, all of which include Oscar voters among their membership, are considered the clearest indicators of the movie industry’s sentiment toward the Oscar nominees. None are infallible, and in a year as strange as this one they’re probably more suspect than usual. But here’s how the Oscar Best Picture nominees — which do not include “Soul” — fared. (Many of the guild shows give out multiple awards in the film categories.) “The Trial of the Chicago 7” Aaron Sorkin’s drama won five awards, including the all-important ensemble award from the Screen Actors Guild. Its other victories came from the Artios Awards (for casting), the Motion Picture Sound Editors’ Golden Reel Awards, the ACE Eddies and the Guild of Music Supervisors (for the song “Hear My Voice”). “Promising Young Woman” The Emerald Fennell movie starring Carey Mulligan won four guild awards, including a major one from the Writers Guild of America, beating its presumed Oscar rival “Chicago 7.” It also won awards from the Costume Designers Guild, the Guild of Music Supervisors and the Set Decorators Society. “Mank” Though it was bypassed by the four major guilds — the DGA, PGA, WGA and SAG — David Fincher’s period drama did win four guild awards, including the American Society of Cinematographers prize on Sunday. Its other wins came from the Art Directors Guild, the Set Decorators Society and the Visual Effects Society. Also Read: 'Mank' in Color: How Vibrant Shades Were Key for Designing Black and White Film (Exclusive Video) “Nomadland” Chloe Zhao’s Oscar front runner only won two guild awards, but they were the two guilds that have the best track record for predicting a Best Picture win: the Directors Guild and the Producers Guild. And to be fair, it wasn’t eligible for the Writers Guild Award, where it would have been a very strong rival to the film that did win in the adapted screenplay category, “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.” “Sound of Metal” The biggest win for “Sound of Metal” came when the Directors Guild gave Darius Marder its award for a debut director. Not surprisingly, it also won the top prize from the Cinema Audio Society. “Minari” While Lee Isaac Chung’s family drama was nominated for lots of guild awards, its only wins were for Yun-Jung Youn in the supporting actress category at SAG, and in the low-budget category at the Artios Awards. “Judas and the Black Messiah” This late-breaking film won a SAG Award for supporting actor Daniel Kaluuya but was otherwise shut out. “The Father” Florian Zeller’s intimate film was the only Best Picture nominee not to win a guild award. Also Read: Laura Dern and Hugh Jackman to Star in Florian Zeller's 'The Son' Of films that aren’t in the running for Best Picture, “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” landed guild awards from Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild, the Costume Designers Guild and the Guild of Music Supervisors. While it did not win the SAG ensemble award, it did win individual SAG Awards for stars Chadwick Boseman and Viola Davis. “Borat” won for makeup and casting, in addition to its Writers Guild Award. “Eurovision Song Contest” won from the Society of Composers and Lyricists and the Motion Picture Sound Editors. And “Tenet” took prizes at the Art Directors Guild, the Motion Picture Sound Editors and the Set Decorators Society. Films that won a single guild award include “One Night in Miami,” “Da 5 Bloods,” “Mulan,” “Greyhound,” “Birds of Prey,” “Palm Springs,” “The 40-Year-Old Version,” “The Midnight Sky” and “Pinocchio.” (By the way, all of the winners should be glad they’re not competing in the TV categories — because “The Queen’s Gambit” did even better than “Soul,” winning 12 times.) Here’s the full list of guild awards: Directors Guild Awards: “Nomadland,” “Sound of Metal” (first feature) “The Truffle Hunters” (documentary) Producers Guild Awards: “Nomadland,” “Soul” (animation) “My Octopus Teacher” (documentary) Screen Actors Guild Awards: “The Trial of the Chicago 7” Writers Guild Awards: “Promising Young Woman,” “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” American Cinema Editors’ ACE Eddie Awards: “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” “Palm Springs,” “Soul” (animation), “My Octopus Teacher” (documentary) American Society of Cinematographers: “Mank,” “Two of Us” (Spotlight Award) Annie Awards: “Soul” (animation) “Wolfwalkers” (indie animation) Art Directors Guild: “Mank,” “Tenet,” “Da 5 Bloods, “Soul” (animation) Artios Awards: “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm,” “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” “The 40-Year-Old Version,” “One Night in Miami,” “Minari,” “Soul” (animation) Cinema Audio Society: “Sound of Metal,” “Soul” (animation), “The Bee Gees” (documentary) Costume Designers Guild: “Mulan,” “Promising Young Woman,” “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” Guild of Music Supervisors: “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” “Promising Young Woman,” “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” “Soul” (animation) Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards: “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” “Birds of Prey,” “Pinocchio” Motion Picture Sound Editors’ Golden Reel Awards: “Tenet,” “Eurovision Song Contest,” “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” “Greyhound,” “Soul” (animation), “The Reason I Jump” (documentary) Set Decorators Society Awards: “Promising Young Woman,” “Mank,” “Tenet,” “The Prom” Society of Composers and Lyricists: “Eurovision Song Contest,” “Soul” Visual Effects Society: “The Midnight Sky,” “Mank,” “Soul” (animation) Read original story Final Guild Scorecard: ‘Chicago 7’ Does Well but ‘Soul’ Dominates At TheWrap
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