Boxer Deontay Wilder Breaks Nacion ESPN Mascot’s Jaw During Jokey Show Segment

Heavyweight champion boxer Deontay Wilder allegedly broke the jaw of a person wearing a cartoonish ESPN mascot outfit during an in-show stunt showcasing his pugilistic skills. The incident happened during a Spanish language episode of Nacion ESPN.
Wilder, undefeated at …

What Do Words Cost? For ‘First Man,’ Perhaps, Quite A Lot

What do words cost? In contemporary Hollywood, quite a bit, apparently.
If you believe those who say First Man was hurt by Ryan Gosling‘s ‘globalist’ defense of director Damien Chazelle’s decision not to depict astronaut Neil Armstrong’s planting of …

‘Venom’ Courses To $378M WW; ‘Star Is Born’ Tops $135M; ‘First Man’ Begins Offshore Journey – International Box Office

UPDATE, writethru: Sony’s Venom kept its fangs sharp in this sophomore session, topping the worldwide charts again with $105.4M, including $69.7M at the international box office. The Tom Hardy-starrer has lifted its global cume to $378.1M after 12 …

‘Meet The Press’: Ex-CIA Head John Brennan Calls Saudi Leader And Hollywood Player “Authoritarian”

Former Director of the CIA John Brennan today likened Saudi Arabian crown prince and major Hollywood player Mohammed bin Salman (nicknamed MBS) to North Korea’s Kim Jong-un and Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
Speaking on NBC-TV’s Meet The Press, Brennan …

Astros Vs. Red Sox: ALCS Game 1 On TBS Tops Programming Across TV

The TBS telecast of ALCS Game 1 between the Houston Astros and the Boston Red Sox generated the top program of the day across all of cable and broadcast TV based on metered market delivery.
The game, which the Astros …

Facebook removes another 800 pages and accounts ahead of midterms

Facebook on Thursday, just weeks before the US midterm elections, announced that it had removed more than 800 pages and accounts that the company said violated its rules “against spam and coordinated inauthentic behavior.”

Tracking Elon Musk’s SEC battle through the plot of good TV show Billions

I could start this post by trying to write some eloquent thing about how life imitates art, and vice versa, but here’s the truth: what’s happening in 2018 feels increasingly unfathomable, and so I, like many others, have found comfort …

Vue raised $3 million for smart glasses years ago, but promises they’ll ship

In our monthly Rise and Fall column we look back at crowdfunded gadgets that reached their funding goal. Months or year later, how are they doing? If they’ve shipped to backers, are they still supporting the gadget? If they haven’t