Daily Archive: November 1, 2017

Warner Bros. reviewing deal with Brett Ratner’s company after sexual misconduct allegations

Warner Bros. reviewing deal with Brett Ratner’s company after sexual misconduct allegations

Warner Bros. is reviewing a $450-million co-financing deal with Brett Ratner’s company after the filmmaker was accused of sexual harassment and misconduct.

The Los Angeles Times on Wednesday reported that six women, including Natasha Henstridge and Olivia Munn, accused Ratner of a range of harassment…

Bvd Kult – Written In The Sand (feat. Will Heggadon)

Bvd Kult – Written In The Sand (feat. Will Heggadon)

Bvd Kult and Will Heggadon have been collaborating for a while now. Around 8 months to be exact since their first NCS release together, ‘Made Of Something‘. The two UK based musicians are beginning to really hit their stride. Solidifying a unique sound of deep house featuring the raw and emotional elements of indie music. […]

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With a farewell on the horizon, Zubin Mehta’s concert with the Israel Philharmonic is a triumph

With a farewell on the horizon, Zubin Mehta’s concert with the Israel Philharmonic is a triumph

Zubin Mehta and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra are touring North America again — which ordinarily wouldn’t be considered a milestone. But this time it might be, because Mehta has decided to step down as the orchestra’s music director for life in October 2019 — 50 years after he became its music…

‘SEAL Team’ and other red-blooded military dramas giving blue California an economic lift

‘SEAL Team’ and other red-blooded military dramas giving blue California an economic lift

In a desolate region of northern Los Angeles County where the freeways have given way to brush-covered mountains, a television crew for CBS’ new drama series “SEAL Team” was busy putting the final touches on their effort to transform a dusty stretch of land into present-day Afghanistan.

On the…

Fall shows for families and kids: ‘Ella Enchanted,’ ‘Story Pirates,’ ‘Oz’ and more

Fall shows for families and kids: ‘Ella Enchanted,’ ‘Story Pirates,’ ‘Oz’ and more

Our roundup of family-friendly arts events this month travels from the circus in Arcadia to “Ella Enchanted” at South Coast Repertory to a writing workshop at the Hammer Museum to a puppet retelling of “Beauty and the Beast” in Northridge.

Circus Vargas: “Steam Cirque”: The family-run circus company…

Marvel’s ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ and ‘Bad Moms Christmas’ expected to jolt November box office

Marvel’s ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ and ‘Bad Moms Christmas’ expected to jolt November box office

Disney’s big-budget action fantasy film, starring Chris Hemsworth as the hammer-wielding Asgardian deity, is expected to gross as much as $115 million in the United States and Canada this weekend.

Unwrapped, ‘A Bad Moms Christmas’ is an offense to women

Unwrapped, ‘A Bad Moms Christmas’ is an offense to women

In “A Bad Moms Christmas,” it’s double the moms, double the bad.

Last time around, a year and change ago, the “Bad Moms” were just a trio of Wine Moms — Amy (Mila Kunis), Kiki (Kristen Bell) and Carla (Kathryn Hahn) — letting loose with some shots while letting go of perfectionism.

Now their moms…

Iliza Shlesinger’s brand of feminist comedy is quick, smart and doesn’t suffer fools. Just ask her dog Blanche

Iliza Shlesinger’s brand of feminist comedy is quick, smart and doesn’t suffer fools. Just ask her dog Blanche

She finishes a set at the Improv, grabs Blanche, her Chihuahua-Pomeranian mix, and rushes out the door to an Uber. She hops out at the Comedy Store on Sunset, whisking through the kitchen and mentioning that the place was once a mob hangout. She plunks Blanche in a seat and darts to the stage,…

Six women accuse filmmaker Brett Ratner of sexual harassment or misconduct

Six women accuse filmmaker Brett Ratner of sexual harassment or misconduct

In interviews with the Los Angeles Times, six women – including actresses Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge – accused filmmaker Brett Ratner of sexual harassment or misconduct.

Drugs board chief: 10,000-bed rehab center in Nueva Ecija a ’mistake’

Drugs board chief: 10,000-bed rehab center in Nueva Ecija a ’mistake’

Drugs board chief: 10,000-bed rehab center in Nueva Ecija a ’mistake’

Pushing for a new tack in the war on drugs, Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) Chairman Dionisio Santiago maintained that setting up a mega-drug rehabilitation center was a mistake. “Impractical. That was a mistake,” he said. “The President was excited [by the project], but money spent building that could have been spent for smaller community-based rehabilitation centers which could accommodate only 150 or 200.”

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