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And in December, after Roc Nation client Todd Gurley rushed for 140 yards and a pair of touchdowns to help the St. Louis Rams end a five game losing streak, Jay Z was invited to raise a hand in the postgame locker room huddle. The players who weren’t in the middle used cellphones to shoot photos and video.
Thompson, a big Pulp Fiction fan, concurs: reason it was so influential would be the violence, the extraordinary combination of humour and violence. It was just hugely entertaining. Fiction also brought audiences sympathetic characters even if they were violent, says Dancyger, humanises them and it just pokes fun at the genre, plays with the genre, it playful.
David Duchovny, “The X Files”For the majority of The X Files’ run, David Duchovny thoroughly enjoyed starring as Fox Mulder on the hit sci fi series. However, things took a sour turn towards the end of the seventh season, when the actor quit in 2001. The decision was partly because of a contract dispute, and Duchovny only appeared in a few episodes of season eight.
Walton and Lonzo Ball were asked Sunday to address the outspoken patriarch’s comments to Goodman, which included him saying of the Lakers’ possible offseason plans,”Even if you bring in a LeBron [James] or a [Paul] George, he can’t coach them guys. What is he gonna tell them? He’s too young. He has no control.”.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileBritish director Michael Winterbottom has had to defend scenes of excessive violence against women in his latest film The Killer Inside Me after a screening at the Berlin film festival in which the audience booed and walked out.The adaptation of a 1952 novel by Jim Thompson stars Casey Affleck as a deputy sheriff who almost bludgeons a prostitute, played by Jessica Alba, to death and at one point punches his girlfriend, portrayed by Kate Hudson, repeatedly.”It was intentionally shocking,” the filmmaker said after the movie’s screening on Friday.”The whole point of the story is, here is someone who is supposed to be in love with two women who he beats to death, and of course the violence should be shocking. If you make a film where the violence is entertaining, I think that’s very questionable.”Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports. Internet and cellphone data service was unavailable throughout the country, making it impossible for news of the protests.