Certified Lover Boy won't be coming out January 2021 as planned.
Certified Lover Boy won't be coming out January 2021 as planned.
Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas Holdings, a Texas-based dine-in theater chain, said Wednesday that it has filed for bankruptcy due to financial woes during the pandemic. The company plans to find a buyer during its Chapter 11 bankruptcy, which allows it to continue operating while its managers and advisers work on repaying creditors. “More importantly, it will position Alamo Drafthouse to return to growth and continue executing on its long-term strategic vision."
Sony’s new PlayStation VR might be a ways off yet, but there are still plenty of games to look forward to.
Liverpool's Brazilian players Alisson Becker, Fabinho and Roberto Firmino and Portugal forward Diogo Jota could face 10 days in quarantine on their return to the United Kingdom from COVID-19 "red-list" countries. World soccer governing body FIFA has said clubs can refuse to release players if they are required to quarantine for more than five days on their return.
Wed. March. 3 Byron Allen Acquires Civil Rights-Era Biography ‘From Selma to Sorrow’ For Film Byron Allen’s Allen Media Group feature film division, Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures, has announced it has acquired global media rights to the critically-acclaimed historic biography “From Selma To Sorrow: The Life And Death Of Viola Liuzzo.” “From Selma To Sorrow: […]
In a positive sign for exhibition, and NYC reopening this Friday, Sony is moving up their release of Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway from June 11 to May 14. MORE…
Dozens of African migrants are feared to have died on Wednesday after smugglers threw them overboard off Djibouti as they were en route to Yemen, hoping to enter Saudi Arabia to find work. Their boat, carrying 200 migrants, left Oulebi in Djibouti at 2 a.m., according to Yvonne Ndege, spokeswoman for the U.N. International Organisation for Migration (IOM). Drownings in the waters off Eritrea, typically involving migrants from Ethiopia or Somalia trying to escape poverty and war at home by finding work in Saudi Arabia or the United Arab Emirates, have become common.
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EXCLUSIVE: Charly Evon Simpson is getting into business with HBO. The prolific playwright is expanding her reach in television, signing an overall deal with the premium cabler. Under the pact, Simpson will serve as a consulting producer on the second season of Industry. She is also currently a member of the writing staff for the […]
(Bloomberg) -- Texas regulators voted to claw back some payments to power generators for services they never actually provided during the state’s massive blackouts last month.The move could save an estimated $80 million to $150 million, according the independent market monitor for Texas’s grid, which recommended the change. The Public Utility Commission of Texas agreed Wednesday to adopt the monitor’s recommendation, saying retailers and others shouldn’t pay for so-called ancillary services to help smooth power flows on the grid if they weren’t delivered.“That’s a no brainer,” Arthur D’Andrea, one of the two Texas commissioners, said during the hearing. “They were paid for something they didn’t do.”The move is the first significant step by regulators to address the astronomical power bills during the unprecedented cold blast that crippled the state’s grid. At peak, more than four million homes and businesses were without electricity, and power prices soared to record levels. The impact on individual companies is only starting to emerge.Also See: Texas Names Power Providers Short on Payments After FreezeThe two members of the commission also expressed support for capping the price of certain grid services at $9,000 a megawatt-hour for Feb. 15 through Feb. 20 -- a move that would save consumers $2 billion, Carrie Bivens, Ercot independent market monitor director at Potomac Economics, said in an interview. The commissioners didn’t, however, take formal action on that matter.In some instances, ancillary service prices during the cold snap jumped above $20,000 a megawatt-hour. Ancillary services help the grid operator maintain reliability on the system, including by infusing the grid with quick bursts of energy that stabilize the flow of electricity. Regulators didn’t say how much the payments totaled for services that were never delivered.(Adds market monitor estimates in second and fifth paragraphs.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
A strong 6.3-magnitude earthquake hit central Greece on Wednesday, injuring a dozen people, damaging scores of buildings and causing panicked crowds to rush into the streets.
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The Chancellor promised tens of billions in extra help, but the tax burden will increase over the coming years.
Eugenie shared her hopes for her future child before he was born.
New Office for Budget Responsibility report suggests up to 1.3 million people may have left country during crisis
The Health minister stressed the need for consistency of messaging as he defended the strategy amid criticism it lacks detail and dates.
Princess Cruises Extends Pause of Cruise Vacations on Roundtrip Southampton Sailings through September 25, 2021
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“Shadows,” “Winnipeg,” and “Sheba” feature among 10 nominated in the running for a Eurimages Award at this year’s Cartoon Movie, one of Europe’s principal animated movies forums. The Eurimages Co-production Development Award will be the only prize granted at 2021’s Cartoon Movie online edition, which will not feature traditional tributes nor a territory spotlight. Nadia […]
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said that “this entire country has paid the price for political leaders who ignored the science when it comes to the pandemic” following Mississippi and Texas governors dropping mandates to wear face coverings during the public health crisis. Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves announced that their states will drop mandates for their residents to wear masks to combat the transmission of Covid-19.
The Times of London laid out allegations by unnamed employees that the Duchess of Sussex had "bullied" and "humiliated" staff.