LAPD officers learned that Amie Harwick had “recently expressed fear” about her ex-boyfriend, 41-year-old Galen Pursehouse. While she’d filed a restraining order against him, it had since expired, and she was seen with him weeks earlier. Later that Saturday at 4:30 p.m., Pursehouse was arrested outside his home in Playa del Rey by FBI-LAPD Fugitive Task Force members. According to NBC News, Pursehouse’s case will be presented to prosecutors on Wednesday.
As $2.4 million separates the Jake Kasdan-directed threequel from unseating 1917’s current standings for sixth place, there’s a chance that today could see the film climbing another spot on the chart. It doesn’t matter though, as Jumanji: The Next Level, which marked the return of Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black, and Karen Gillan’s pack of video game avatars/explorers, is still a pretty reliable hit in theaters.
Over the course of 11 years and 23 films, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has killed off plenty of characters in tear-inducing moments, from Agent Phil Coulson in The Avengers to Black Widow in Avengers: Endgame. Even the MCU stars themselves have not been immune to getting misty-eyed. When presented with the question of which sendoff made him cry more, Tony Stark’s or that of his own character, Yondu, Guardians of the Galaxy star Michael Rooker revealed why Yondu Udonta’s death was particularly affecting, saying:
While Roger Moore’s tenure lasted for lasted for 12 years, between 1973 and 1985, it’s been 14 years since Daniel Craig was first met with jeers of “James Blonde” upon debuting in 2006’s soft reboot, Casino Royale. Now, with fans having to look forward to a new age of Bond, it’s a confirmed fact that Craig has truly left his mark on the series.
Perhaps, in an effort to counterbalance that negativity, Tom Hardy has taken to Instagram during the production of Venom 2 to share the first look at Harrelson in the sequel. Under the caption, “Hello Cletus,” Hardy shared this surprising take on Marvel’s craziest antagonist, Carnage:
But thanks to Nair’s call for assistance, Waligwa was treated in India, and in 2017 she was cleared to go back to school. Unfortunately, after being diagnosed with another brain tumor last year, Nikita’s health declined, eventually leading to her passing this past Saturday.
We’re refreshing our memories on the different parts from Top Gun as we get closer to the release of this summer’s long-awaited sequel, Top Gun: Maverick. Tom Cruise is back, playing the renegade pilot, though Anthony Edwards can’t return (decades-old spoiler: Goose dies in Top Gun). But Val Kilmer can, and will, play Maverick’s rival, Iceman, in the new movie. Opening up on the production to EW, Top Gun: Maverick director Joseph Kosinski stated that he’s protecting Iceman’s reveal in the sequel’s marketing materials, explaining:
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Now, I have watched this over and over, and I still can’t tell if Harrison Ford is mixing up Kryptonite and Carbonite on purpose, to either entertain himself, or throw off Hamilton… or possibly even test him to see if the reporter has the stones to CORRECT Harrison Ford. Which he does! Good on you, Jake. And it leads to an all-time Ford reply, when he deeply sighs and utters:
Guns & Cannolis: A Benoit Blanc Mystery
Picture this: two families in the big time baking industry, with connections to the criminal underworld, are dangerously close to war. All of a sudden, one child from both sides is missing, with a ransom note saying that unless $50,000 is delivered to the piers in two days, they’ll never be seen again. A gang war is about to break out, as tensions mount surrounding this kidnapping.