Katy Perry wears her politics on her sleeve. And her lapel. And her body. And her Grammys set.

We get it. READ MORE: When it comes to politics, the Grammys let the music do the talking>> Latest updates (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times) During her Grammy   performance of “Chained to the Rhythm” with Skip Marley, Katy Perry had about as much political subtlety as a car with more bumper stickers than bumper. Constitution, seemingly supporting the entire set as it was projected on the backdrop at the end of the song. There was the white pantsuit, supporting Hillary Clinton. No need to explain yourself further,   Katy Perry. Nevertheless she persisted,” said Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.). And there was the shiny white armband emblazoned with pink sequins that spelled out “Persist” — an apparent   invocation of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s televised clash last week in the Senate, when she was shut down while reading criticisms of attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions’ civil rights record,   before he was confirmed. She was given an explanation. “She was warned. There was the preamble to the U.S. There was the lapel pin, supporting Planned Parenthood.

‘Star Trek: Discovery’ casts three more actors

Terry Serpico (Army Wives) will play   Admiral Anderson, a high-ranking official of Starfleet. This new iteration of the series arrives 50 years after   Star Trek first beamed into living rooms and promises “the same ideology and hope for the future.”   Discovery   is set before the events of the original series and stars Sonequa Martin-Green, Anthony Rapp, Michelle Yeoh, Doug Jones, and James Frain as Spock’s father, Sarek. Discovery is likely to debut either this fall or early 2018 on CBS with all subsequent episodes available on the network’s digital subscription service, CBS All Access. Sam Vartholomeos (The Following) will play Ensign Connor, a Junior Officer in Starfleet Academy assigned to the Starship   Shenzhou. Nambue,   the Chief Medical Officer of the Starship Shenzhou (that’s the ship captained by   Michelle Yeoh’s character). Star Trek: Discovery is adding some more cast. Show Full Article Star Trek: Discovery has been ordered for 13 episodes which were recently pushed back from their May premiere date. First up is   Maulik Pancholy (30 Rock, Weeds) who plays   Dr. Though the CBS All-Access drama is currently shooting its debut season, there’s apparently a few more significant roles that haven’t been revealed yet.

‘Sons of Anarchy’ spinoff to star Edward James Olmos

The pilot is expected to begin filming next month, with Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter writing the script with Elgin James. Show Full Article The project, which has received a pilot order at FX, is set in a post-Jax Teller world, where EZ Reyes, a prospect in the Mayan MC charter on the Cali/Mexi border, “struggles with his desire for vengeance against the cartel, and his need for respect from the women he loves.”
The Mayans were recurring players in Sons of Anarchy throughout the show’s seven-year run. Admiral Adama is taking charge of the Sons of Anarchy spinoff. Edward James Olmos has been cast to star in the eagerly awaited Mayans MC series.

Donald Trump’s tweets remixed as an emo song

President Trump’s own tweets, which have taken shots at everyone from Meryl Streep to CNN to Arnold Schwarzenegger, serve as the basis for a perfect, early-2000s emo song, created by   Super Deluxe. The compilation sees Trump’s tweets sung in the vein of Yellowcard, with extra screamo flair for the words “voter fraud,” “Meryl Streep,” and “fake news.”
Watch the video above. Show Full Article Now, a new video shows that Trump might have missed his calling as an emo lyricist. Before his presidency, Donald Trump had a successful television career on The Apprentice.

Watch Gordon Ramsay whip up Jess’ Valentine’s Day dinner on ‘New Girl’

Ramsay, meanwhile, is more than happy to put his many years as a TV chef to work on Jess, who’s still struggling with her feelings for Nick. “Jess is really impressed with Gordon Ramsay’s ability to psychoanalyze her,” Zooey Deschanel explains. ET on FOX. Winston has Aly, Schmidt’s got Cece, Nick has Reagan, and Jess has…Gordon Ramsay? In this clip from Tuesday’s episode of New Girl, Jess tries to banish her Valentine’s blues with a specially prepared meal from the MasterChef himself,   though the delicious feast (which Jess won in an auction)   quickly escalates into a full-on therapy session. RELATED: Hear more of the latest TV news from this week

“Watch that bubbly character that Zooey plays, it’s quite nice because having done over 100 episodes of Kitchen Nightmares, I actually feel like I’m Dr. Show Full Article Check out the clip above, and watch   New Girl Tuesdays at 8 p.m. Ramsay,” he quips. This Valentine’s Day, the New Girl loft is all loved up.

ABC makes Rachel Lindsay first black Bachelorette

History has been made… at least in Bachelor Nation.  

Show Full Article Lindsay, a lawyer from Dallas, Texas first made a splash during Nick’s season when she received the first impression rose. The news will officially be announced during Monday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! Although it’s a bit of a spoiler for the current season of The Bachelor, Rachel Lindsay —who’s currently still trying to win over Nick Viall’s heart on the show — is the next Bachelorette. And we’d tell you how she left the show, except we’re not really sure, but at this point, we know she’s made it to at least the final six. After many mysterious tweets from Bachelor   creator Mike Fleiss about a “historic announcement” coming soon, EW has learned from someone close to the show that the Bachelor franchise has cast its first black lead.

Get your first look at the ‘NCIS’-‘NCIS: New Orleans’ crossover

ET on CBS. ET, followed by NCIS: New Orleans at 9 p.m. CBS is staging a crossover between NCIS: New Orleans and the flagship series on Tuesday — and EW has the exclusive first look. The crossover, which also featured a performance by the Grammy-winning country star Maren Morris, kicks off on NCIS at 8 p.m. During the two-hour crossover, NCIS agents McGee (Sean Murray) and Torres (Wilmer Valderrama) travel to New Orleans to partner with Pride (Scott Bakula) and his team in the search for a missing homeland security theoretical terror playbook — though McGee seems to have other plans in mind. NCIS is heading to the Big Easy! Show Full Article

Matt Damon is challenging Jimmy Kimmel on paternity of his wife’s unborn child

Kimmel claims that he is the father of the unborn child currently inside his   pregnant wife (and Jimmy Kimmel Live co-head writer) Molly McNearney, but Tom Brady, er, Damon is convinced that   in fact, he is. Sure, Damon taunted   Kimmel about sleeping with his then-girlfriend Sarah Silverman via   the catchy confessional ditty “I’m F—ing Matt Damon,” but this time paternity is on the table. We need   to remain impartial here) has taken twist after turn after surprise, but   this one is literally   the daddy of them all. The Jimmy Kimmel-Matt Damon feud (or is that the “Matt Damon-Jimmy Kimmel feud”? Check out this promo for tonight’s episode of JKL,   which airs at 11:35 p.m. “I’m the father, Jimmy,” taunts Damon to the camera. “The truth will set you free.”
It’s time for Maury and science to step in. Show Full Article ET/PT on ABC, and let’s all   hope that these two decide to make a speedy and therapeutic return to   couples therapy.

Julia Roberts, Jacob Tremblay drama ‘Wonder’ moves to awards season

Wonder now opens wide against Warner Bros.’   heavily anticipated superhero flick Justice League   — six days before the traditionally lucrative Thanksgiving holiday box office window. Show Full Article The 2017 Oscars are still two weeks away, but next year’s crop of potential contenders is already taking shape. Palacio’s 2012 novel of the same name, follows a young boy (Tremblay) born with a facial deformity as he attempts to fit in at a new school. Roberts will play the boy’s mother. 17 slot. The Perks of Being a Wallflower filmmaker   Stephen Chbosky is directing from a script written by Steve Conrad (The Pursuit of Happyness) and Jack Thorne (Skins). The distributor is in the thick of the current awards race as the Damien Chazelle musical   La La Land, released under Lionsgate’s   Summit Entertainment subsidiary, continues to   dominate on the precursor circuit. The film, based on R.J. Homeland‘s Mandy Patinkin costars alongside Owen Wilson, Hamilton‘s Daveed Diggs, and three-time Golden Globe nominee Sonia Braga, who wowed   critics   on the 2016 festival road with her leading turn in   Kleber Mendonça Filho’s   drama Aquarius. Lionsgate announced Monday it has moved the release date for its Julia Roberts/Jacob Tremblay vehicle Wonder   from April 7 to the awards-friendly Nov. The film has won top awards from major industry guilds thus far, and on Sunday, the film won five awards from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts — a group that shares heavy crossover membership with the Academy.

‘Lucifer’ renewed by Fox for season 3

Elsewhere, Lucifer’s mom (Tricia Helfer) realizes she may have   stumbled upon   a way to finally get them back to Heaven. The return episode sees the titular character, played by Tom Ellis) reeling from the near-death of Chloe (Lauren German). Show Full Article “Tom, Lauren and the entire cast have really made these characters three-dimensional, and the production team — Jerry, Len, Jonathan, Joe, and Ildy — is one of the best in the business. After some speculation as to whether or not the quirky comedy-drama would be canceled, Fox announced Monday it has ordered a 22-episode third season of the series. for their commitment to this show and we look forward to seeing where this wildly innovative series takes us in season 3.”
The remaining episodes of season 2 kick off on   Monday, May 1, at 9 p.m. Looks like Fox is betting on the devil you know, as the network has renewed its fantasy police procedural Lucifer. Further, Lucifer‘s   season 2 spring premiere is set for May 1. We’d also like to thank our partners Warner Bros. on Fox. Lucifer has gone off the grid and completely cut contact with his family and LAPD until a new murder crops up and brings him back into the fold with a new woman in tow. “Lucifer   is one of those rare shows that starts strong out of the gate and just keeps getting better and better,” said David Madden, President, Entertainment, Fox Broadcasting Company in a statement.

‘Fifty Shades Darker’ trailer remixed with scathing reviews

If you’re looking for the perfect date movie for Valentine’s Day, maybe skip seeing Fifty Shades Darker. At least, that’s the moral of the film’s latest trailer. Watch the remixed trailer above. ScreenCrush released a remix of the Fifty Shades Darker trailer featuring some of its most scathing reviews. Fifty Shades Darker is in theaters now. Show Full Article A few examples: The Boston Globe‘s Meredith Goldstein claiming, “I found myself groaning (not in a sexy way)” and Alonso Duralde from The Wrap calling the sequel an “un-asked-for collaboration between the Hallmark and Playboy channels.”
And yes, these are taken from real reviews.

‘The 100’ exclusive first look: Season 4’s newest character

ET on The CW. Show Full Article Maybe that’s a way she and Clarke could relate? RELATED: Hear more of the latest TV news from this week

The 100 airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. If past flamekeepers have taught us anything, it’s that we should be very, very wary of her. It’s normal to be wary of newcomers on The 100 — they don’t have the best track record of living or having the best interest of our heroes in mind — and season 4’s latest addition is no different. (No one give her a gun!)
Seen briefly in the premiere of season 4 yelling at the King for holding onto the flame, Gaia will play a role in upcoming episodes of The 100 as she’s conflicted between her clan and her beliefs. We hope so because Clarke could really use another friend. EW has the exclusive first look of Gaia, a flamekeeper-scout played by Tati Gabrielle.

Moonlight star Alex R. Hibbert on why he acts: ‘I just wanna help my mom and help other people’

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“I don’t work for the fame,” Hibbert said. I just wanna help my mom and help other people that need help.”
He added that he loves acting, especially getting to work with artists like Ali or Moonlight director Barry Jenkins, but he’s got big plans that aren’t just limited to the big screen: When he grows up, he says he wants to use some of his acting money to build a lab and fund cancer research. I don’t really care about the fame that much. Hibbert, who plays the young Chiron (a.k.a. Over the course of the film’s entire first act, Hibbert barely speaks, but he still delivers an affecting portrayal of a young boy growing up in Miami. Read the full interview at HeyUGuys. In a recent interview with HeyUGuys, the now-12-year-old actor opened up about his first-ever role and how he’s staying grounded in the face of all the awards show buzz. David M. Everything I do, everything I pursue is for my mom, and I’m doing this for her so she can retire. But perhaps the most arresting performance of all belongs to one of Moonlight’s youngest actors: Alex R. I grind for my mom. “I just work for my mom. Hibbert has attracted plenty of attention for his role in such a moving film —   in all, Moonlight has earned eight Oscar nominations, including best picture —   but apparently, he’s not letting the spotlight go to his head. Show Full Article Moonlight is filled with powerful performances, from Mahershala Ali’s Oscar-nominated turn as a drug-dealing father figure to André Holland as the main character’s childhood best friend. “Little”).

Oscars 2017: Ranking the nominated shorts

It will be interesting to see which mood Oscar voters respond to. Every year it seems like the office Oscar pool is won or lost on the three short films categories. Joe’s Violin
3. 4.1 Miles
4. Extremis puts us smack in the middle of a busy hospital’s ICU and shows several families and their doctors grappling with intimate and impossible end-of-life decisions. Time Code
5. But here’s how I’d vote. Something tells me that Oscar voters are going to embrace Joe and his ray of light over all of the darkness. And also the most depressing. This sets up a stirring act of rebellion by her fellow pint-size singers. In order from best…
1. Denmark’s Silent Nights revolves around the relationship between an overly trusting Danish woman and a desperate immigrant from Ghana. It’s both harrowing and humane. Finally, there’s Blind Vaysha, a haunting folk tale animated with expressionistic Van Gogh swirls, about a girl cursed to see the past out of one eye and the future out of the other. There are two docs that deal with Syria—the first is Watani: My Homeland about young kids growing up in the combat zone of Aleppo until they find passage to a new life in Germany; the second is The White Helmets, about an organization of Syrian good samaritans who run toward scenes of danger instead of away from them. But the rules are what they are, and none of the other films come close to its depth. Extremis

Show Full Article Equally slick (although more cryptic) is Borrowed Time, a stylish Western-themed father-son story that’s heavy on melancholy and mood, but doesn’t leave much of a dent. The film’s message about tolerance, empathy, and kindness with regards to refugees is timely and urgent, but the film is heavy-handed and emotionally manipulative. LIVE ACTION SHORTS

The five films in this category are split between topical and whimsical. 4.1 Miles puts a human face on the migrant crisis, focusing on a Greek boat captain’s daily rounds of pulling desperate souls out of the sea as they attempt the perilous crossing from Turkey. Piper
3. In order from best…
1. Still, it would be foolish to bet against Disney and Pixar, the studios behind Piper—an adorable, heartwarming quickie about a baby seabird learning life lessons courtesy of the punishing tide and a tough-love mama. On the more whimsical side, there’s Spain’s Timecode, which will either indulge your sweet tooth for quirkiness or really test your patience. Carrying on the parents-kids theme is Pearl, a more crudely animated tale about a father and daughter brought together by rock music, which ends up being quite sweet. Sing
2. The lone beacon of joy comes from Joe’s Violin, the three-hankie story of a Holocaust survivor who donates his prized instrument to a young girl from the Bronx with dreams of being a musician. But there’s another reason why you should catch up with this year’s batch of shorts before the big night: They’re really good. Borrowed Time
This is, by far, the strongest category of the three. A young girl joins the choir at her new school but is told she’s not good enough and should just lip sync. Switzerland’s La Femme et la TVG provides the category’s sole dose of star power, with Jane Birkin as a lonely pastry chef who lives right next to the train tracks and starts an unlikely correspondence with a stranger. The White Helmets
2. Ennemis Interieurs
3. France’s Ennemis Interieurs is a far more nuanced approach to immigration. A brief, 15-minute lark about a pair of parking garage security guards who rebel against the loneliness of their mundane jobs via interpretative dance, it’s definitely a love-it or hate-it proposition. Which brings us to the last, and best, film in the Live Action category, Hungary’s Sing, which threads the needle between serious and slight. La Femme et la TGV
This is a much stronger category than the live-action pillowfight. Basically a half-hour-long conversation between a French bureaucrat and an Algerian-born man applying for citizenship, it begins as an interview and slowly turns into a Kafka-esque interrogation. Pearl
4. Blind Vaysha
5. But there is one that truly stands out above the rest. Pear Cider and Cigarettes
2. Silent Nights
4. You can check them out in select theaters right now and on streaming services like iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play beginning on Feb. In order from best…
1. Watani: My Homeland
5. I fell into the latter camp. That’s Robert Valley’s Pear Cider and Cigarettes, a dark, jazzy, noirish story about the filmmaker’s screw-up pal, Tecnho Stypes, who basically drank himself to death. Told with a cool, angular anime style, it’s triple the length of any of the other films in this group, which would seem to be an unfair advantage. 21. It’s an important reminder to make a living will, but man, do I not want to sit through this bleak film a second time.

Did Katy Perry throw shade at Britney Spears on the Grammys red carpet?

Twitter users were less than impressed with Perry’s comments, spawning the hashtag   #KatyPerryIsOverParty and registering their displeasure through tweets. The pop songstress performed her latest single, the politically charged “Chained to the Rhythm,”   at Sunday night’s ceremony, but may have had her most controversial moment of the evening on the pre-show red carpet. News’ Ryan Seacrest when he inquired after her recent recording hiatus, before later adding, “I haven’t shaved my head yet.” That might have seemed like a random non sequitur, but Perry elaborated   later on in an interview with CBS. This is not the first time Perry has publicly sparred with a fellow pop star. The singer has been embroiled in an ongoing feud with Taylor Swift for years. “It’s called taking care of your mental health,”   Perry told E! Katy Perry had a lot to say at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards. (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times) Katy Perry wasn’t content to let her music do the talking at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards. “It’s like the last color in the spectrum that I can do,” said the newly blond Perry. “I’ve done all of them,   and the only thing left to do is shave my head, which I’m really saving for a public breakdown.” It’s evident that Perry was referencing Britney Spears’ struggle with mental health, which culminated in a 2007 incident in which she publicly shaved   her head. Latest updates Representatives for Katy Perry did not immediately respond to The Times’ request for comment. After Spears’ difficulties, her father was granted guardianship over her, a position he continues to hold.

Disney parks just raised admission prices … again

The average price increase will be $5, and one-day adult passes will range from $107 to $124, depending on the season and day of the week, which is up from $105 to $124. Be prepared to stretch that wallet just a bit more than usual on your next   visit to the Happiest Place on Earth. Disney recently announced that the price of admission to all parks, including Orlando’s Disney World and Anaheim’s Disneyland, will see a price increase in 2017, according to   a video from Coinage, Time Inc.’s new personal finance video company. Watch the video above for more information. Show Full Article

Celebrate Galentine’s Day with TV’s favorite fake holidays

Celebrate what is only the best day of the year by kicking it breakfast-style, treasuring your female friends, and marking February 13 the way our ancestors intended. Grab your best gals — Galentine’s Day is here! In honor of the Parks and Recreation-introduced celebration,   see nine other TV holidays sure to warm your festive heart.
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‘Destroyer’ comic book fuses Black Lives Matter with ‘Frankenstein’

Comics and will have a six-issue arc. If she sides with the son, they’re going to have to fight the monster. This is the setup for Destroyer, a new monthly comic book series that fuses the heartbreak of the Black Lives Matter movement with an age-old story: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. I felt like, okay, at that time I understand. Absolutely. The other thing that bothers me about the monster in the original novel is the monster is so needy. Does he have extra-human abilities? It’s like, you’ve seen something. But in a way, it felt too on the nose, and maybe a little ghoulish. Baker’s look. And his rage and strength — he’s an unstoppable force. I’m always trying to layer in pieces of truth and history, so when we were coming up with the design, I wrote to the original artist, Dan Mora, and I sent him documents from the Anthony Lamar Smith shooting in St. She has felt like, “I finally have my chance to join. The other funny thing is, there are two different versions of the ending. He stayed with The Lab. He just drifts off. This was a small way to at least honor that. He basically felt, “Well, it’s kind of evil, but they pay well.” [Laughs] “And I like making money! Too much Doctor Manhattan! Here, EW presents an exclusive first look at the comic book, plus an interview with LaValle. This is different than the old Frankenstein technology. Mary Shelley’s a genius and I’m not going to question her. The idea is, Dr. Jo Baker is a descendant of the scientist from Mary Shelley’s book. All that accomplishment, all that brilliance, it doesn’t change anything if your son is walking alone on the street on a bad night. Really hurt. He’s actually done with humanity. Let’s talk about the individual characters, starting with her son, Akai. I wanted to get at this question: If you go far enough into rage and grief, you start wrestling with the question, is any humanity worth saving at all? It’s a theme I’m interested in. Is there anyone else in their lives, or is it just her and her son? I feel like his name and his story has been somewhat missed. You have great sympathy for her, but when her rage and grief push her to the point where she agrees humanity should be wiped out — when does she become that monster? Neither of these things, neither of these ways of becoming upper middle class, protected their son. Her revived son is still young enough that he thinks the answer is yes. You’re incorporating both. Exactly. So what’s the mindset of your version of the monster? Yeah, then her 12-year-old son is coming home from baseball practice, and his baseball bat and batting helmet are treated like he’s holding a weapon. That’s right. It was Iggy Pop and Moses. That’s a nod to what may be lost to frostbite even on him, living 225 years in the Antarctic. Jo Baker. I didn’t think anything would last in Antarctica for that long, but he needed pants because we couldn’t have his d–k swinging around the whole time. She’s in a white coat with a bloody smock. That is definitely a clear inspiration. One of the things that always stays with me is the end of the book. While some people think the monster goes off and dies, there’s nothing that actually says that clearly. Let’s talk about Jo Baker. She has used nanobots to rebuild the portions of him that were lost. You can’t kill him, and he’s willing to kill anyone. Just the pants are left. Destroyer   arrives in May. Part of the reason he goes mad is he’s been living in Antarctica, given up on humans. What did you want for his look? So what has she done to him? Baker, he is indiscriminate in his hatred of humanity — even people helping him. Baker is the last surviving family member of the mad scientist who first brought life back to the dead — unless you count another “descendant”: the original Frankenstein monster, who still stalks the earth seeking revenge against humanity. Baker and her husband used to work there. Becoming a monster in a way, right? The one we know is Percy Shelley’s ending. The monster — he looks worn out. I sent the artist two images I wanted him to find a way to meld into our monster. And it doesn’t just take cues from Shelley’s 1818 novel — it continues it. The white streak is always the sign of being a little bit crazy. Studios comic is written by horror novelist Victor LaValle (The Ballad of Black Tom, Big Machine) and illustrated by Shaft and Incredible Hercules artist Dietrich Smith. He’s a 12-year-old black boy, and the no-brainer would have been to name him Tamir. [Laughs]
Now we’re getting into Young Frankenstein territory! Her son is killed by police. Well, two things: He can’t be killed. He’s a young black boy and there’s no justice for his mother after his death. Are we worth it? You went past the threshold of the veil and you came back. That’s where Akai was shot, and what parts of his body needed to be replaced? We meet the father of Akai, who works at a place called The Lab, which long ago learned about Victor Frankenstein’s experiments and have been trying to master the art of eternal life ever since. There’s no shortage of real-life shootings like this, but your story reminds me of Tamir Rice, the 12-year-old in Cleveland who was shot while playing with a toy gun. The original Frankenstein monster is still living   but has exiled himself to Antarctica at the start of Destroyer. Destroyer debuts in May from BOOM! The autopsy includes a figure where they show all the places where the bullets hit. And when do our sympathies change for that type of person? She works at this point for the University of Montana, but she’s worked for the government. It’s a tiny change, but it makes so much difference. Akai Gurley was another black man killed in New York. Louis. It flips a switch. Dr. As he journeys north to encounter Dr. And this turns her. He’s got the Hulk ensemble. VICTOR LAVALLE: She’s actually a descendant of Edward Frankenstein, the only member of the clan who survived the monster’s wrath in the novel. But the more modern take on this should be, “Why should I ask you for your love when you made me and rejected me?” It’s the difference between a needy abandoned child and an angry abandoned child. Show Full Article Baker was someone who, in many ways, was totally signed into society. Are real incidents like this and the Black Lives Matter movement part of the inspiration for Destroyer? ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: So this is a modern Frankenstein story – literally. Most people will look at it and think it’s just cool and cyborg-y. Members of the Chicago police department kill him, and no one is blamed. Yes, I thought that was the best little nod. But   she’s still in the middle, trying to decide which side sways her. This is set in the present day, but the monster lives. This country is willing to accept me.”
But it doesn’t work out that way. Dr. How did you choose that name? Let’s talk about Dr. She went on the run because she felt at a certain point, “What we’re doing is wrong,” but her husband did not. Dr. Are we worth it! She chose the virtuous route and became a university-funded scientist. A young black boy is killed by police. Baker, in many ways, doesn’t know. I’m an up-and-coming black man.Why don’t I get my shot?”
She chose the good side then. I think he did an amazing job of giving me both. I want you to be thinking every time you see Akai that this is the proof of how he was murdered. I thought it would be a subtle touch. But I wanted it to have that underlying layer of something with weight and history. She comes from a long line of researchers, and she immerses herself in science rather than religion to fight through her grief, finally unearthing a family secret that may allow the unthinkable: a way to bring her son back. Due to something that happens in the first issue, he makes it his mission to wipe humanity off the face of the earth. Then there’s the missing nose, which makes him very corpse-like. Mary Shelley actually had an ending where he pushes away from the shift, but Percy didn’t want that because he didn’t like that the monster was rejecting civilization. In the comic, she listens obsessively to the 911 call that is made that gets her son shot, and I’m using transcripts from that [Rice] case to try to make it really land. I see a little Bride of Frankenstein white in her hair. That’s right! Dr. On Akai, the android parts of him match that autopsy image. [Laughs]
He’s been alive for centuries. He needs Victor’s approval so profoundly. You have too much knowledge. For more news, follow @Breznican. How close is a good, upstanding citizen to cracking? He just floats away…
That’s right. Yes! Half Storm, half Bride of Frankenstein [Laughs]. There is no justice, and definitely no peace for his grieving mother, Dr. What we see is a boy with a cybernetic shoulder and part of his chest and arm. Dr. The monster decides no. Baker is seeking vengeance too, furious at the world for the injustice done to her child. He thought civilization should reject the monster. The BOOM! She’s a brilliant scientist. That is actually the question of the entire comic. And he has rejected the world. If she sides with the monster, they could pull off mass destruction.

Bookstore tweets ‘Harry Potter’ lines at Piers Morgan

Piers Morgan may claim not to have read   Harry Potter, but now   he has no excuses not to. “He clearly needs a bit of a break from all the abuse, so as he mentioned that he hasn’t read any J.K. Key told Sky News. .@piersmorgan Mr. https://t.co/m2nkTs2WdK
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) February 13, 2017

This is some of the worst prose ever written. Dursley was the director of a firm called Grunnings, which madedrills. and Mrs. https://t.co/Y1PuWtbgiT
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) February 13, 2017

Jeez. 5/32567
— Big Green Bookshop (@Biggreenbooks) February 11, 2017

.@piersmorgan neck, which came in very useful as she spent so much of her time craning over garden fences, spying on theneighbours. 3/32567
— Big Green Bookshop (@Biggreenbooks) February 11, 2017

.@piersmorgan Mr. Big Green Bookshop, a bookstore in North London has been tweeting   Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, one line at a time, at the former   Celebrity Apprentice winner. According to Simon Key, the man running the account, the act was inspired by Morgan’s comment   about his unfamiliarity with the popular series—something he stated in the midst of   a Twitter feud with   Harry Potter scribe J.K. — Big Green Bookshop (@Biggreenbooks) February 11, 2017

.@piersmorgan They were the last people you'd expect to be involved in anything strange or mysterious..2/32567
— Big Green Bookshop (@Biggreenbooks) February 11, 2017

.@piersmorgan because they just didn't hold with such nonsense. Not exactly Dickens or Shakespeare is it? Dursley was thin & blonde & had nearly twice the usual amount of.. Rowling herself. https://t.co/yD5L0YluUi
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) February 13, 2017

Having started Saturday evening, Key is currently on 261 of what is will eventually be 32,567 tweets. Rowling, rather than having to tear himself away from Twitter to read it, I’d tweet him…   Obviously I’m sending it in bitesize chunks, which hopefully he’ll be able to cope with, rather than giving him the daunting process of reading a whole book.”  
Morgan responded to Key’s tweets Monday afternoon, calling Rowling’s words “homo-erotic garbage” and “crap.”
“Not exactly Dickens or Shakespeare is it?” He tweeted, before adding,   “This is some of the worst prose ever written.”

Seriously mate, spare me any more of this homo-erotic garbage. He was a big, beefy man 4/32567
— Big Green Bookshop (@Biggreenbooks) February 11, 2017

.@piersmorgan although he didhave a very large moustache. Dursley, of number four, Privet Drive, were proud to saythat they were perfectly normal, thank you very much. Mrs. https://t.co/iUve80qy5M
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) February 13, 2017

Jesus Christ, people LIKE this crap???? Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (also known as Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in the U.K.)   is the first in the best-selling book series and tells the story of Harry Potter, a young boy who discovers that he’s a wizard, and later attends Hogwarts, school of witchcraft and wizardry—only to discover that Voldemort, the evil wizard responsible for his parents’ death, has returned. See some of the Big Green Bookshop’s tweets below. “I’m doing it because Piers clearly spends all day on Twitter staring at his timeline,” Mr. 6/32567
— Big Green Bookshop (@Biggreenbooks) February 11, 2017

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Josh Elliott out at CBS News

He had joined the network less than a year ago after working for NBC. And… Josh Elliott has left another network. More to come…

Show Full Article “CBS News and Josh Elliott are parting ways. Josh will no longer be reporting for CBS News,” a rep for CBS said in a statement. The New York Post   is reporting that Elliott surprised higher-ups Friday by announcing he was leaving CBS’s digital channel for a bigger role at the network. “We are grateful for his contributions over the last year, and we wish him the very best in his future endeavors.”
His last day was Friday. EW has confirmed that news anchor Elliott, who rose to prominence at ABC’s Good Morning America before seeking new opportunities at the competing networks, has left CBS News. He apparently made the announcement after meeting with the network’s head of talent about a larger role at CBS.