Fox Developing ‘Remix’ Comedy From Sam Laybourne & Mnelik Belilgne – Leak Herald

Fox Developing ‘Remix’ Comedy From Sam Laybourne & Mnelik Belilgne – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Fox is developing a comedy called Remix from Sam Laybourne (Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist) and Mnelik Belilgne (Killing It). The script from Fox Entertainment Studios follows a progressive, podcast-loving millennial who tries to modernize his father’s old school funk recording studio in an effort to save the family business and bond with his outdated, opinionated … Read more

Makoto Shinkai’s Suzume has a new trailer and a premiere date

Makoto Shinkai’s Suzume has a new trailer and a premiere date

Suzume, the next feature from the director behind Weathering With You and Your Name, is releasing internationally next April. Crunchyroll announced the news today, revealing that Makoto Shinkai’s next feature will be in theaters outside of Asia starting on April 12th (it debuted in Japan last month). Here’s the full schedule: The distributor says that … Read more

Adams announces Sheena Wright, Camille Varlack as new top staffers

Adams announces Sheena Wright, Camille Varlack as new top staffers

Mayor Eric Adams named two new top staffers to his year-old administration on Tuesday to replace his chief of staff and top deputy mayor, both of whom announced they were leaving amid a wave of fall departures. Sheena Wright will replace Lorraine Grillo as his first deputy mayor, a position that essentially serves as the … Read more

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Club Q shooting suspect Anderson Lee Aldrich hit with 305 charges

Club Q shooting suspect Anderson Lee Aldrich hit with 305 charges

Anderson Lee Aldrich, the gunman accused of killing five people and injuring 25 more at a Colorado Springs gay club last month, is facing a staggering 305 charges. Appearing in person at court Tuesday morning for the first time since being arrested, Aldrich, 22, sat alongside their public defender as the state prosecution presented their … Read more

Supreme Court case to test the limits of election denial

Supreme Court case to test the limits of election denial

The Supreme Court. (Samuel Corum/Getty Images) The case of Moore v. Harper, set to be argued Wednesday before the U.S. Supreme Court, has been said to have the potential to end democracy as we know it. That’s wrong, legal scholars say. But there is some debate over how to talk about this case, since bad … Read more

“Big Short” Michael Burry Makes a Surprising Decision

"Big Short" Michael Burry Makes a Surprising Decision

The 2008 financial crisis, one of the biggest financial debacles in history, made Michael Burry a legend.  It made him one of the examples to follow in defiance of standard practices in financial circles. The 2015 film “The Big Short” describes how the investor, who had no particular expertise in finance and real estate, came … Read more