Thursday, December 2, 2021
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Alec Baldwin comments on Rust movie set shooting: I didn't pull the trigger
Alec Baldwin in an interview with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos commented on the October 21 shooting in Santa Fe that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and wounded director Joel Souza. "The trigger wasn't pulled. I didn't pull the trigger. I would never point a gun at anyone and pull the trigger, never".  
Jussie Smollett trial: witness says the actor staged attack - "he wanted me to fake beat him up"

The man Jussie Smollett allegedly paid to help him stage a hate crime took the stand in the actor’s criminal trial Wednesday, describing how he took part in the hoax because he thought the Empire star could help push his own acting career.  

Alec Baldwin: I would never point a gun at anyone and pull a trigger, never
Alec Baldwin told George Stephanopoulos that he doesn’t know how live ammunition got on the set of the movie Rust. ABC News released a trailer of their sit down interview that will air on Thursday night.
Abimbola Osundairo testified: Jussie Smollett directed every aspect of the alleged staged hate crime
Abimbola Osundairo, 28, told jurors in Chicago’s criminal court how Jussie Smollett directed nearly every aspect of the alleged fake attack, from the racial and homophobic slurs him and his brother,
Brian Stelter predicts that Chris Cuomo's exile from CNN could be short lived
CNN anchor Brian Stelter said that although he believed colleague Chris Cuomo’s indefinite suspension was “a long time coming” it could also be short lived.
Kim Kardashian West to receive Fashion Icon Award at 2021 People’s Choice Awards
Kim Kardashian West is adding a new title to her lengthy résumé. The reality TV star turned entrepreneur is the recipient of the Fashion Icon Award at the 2021 People’s Choice Awards.
Jamie Dornan to be honored at the Oscar Wilde Awards
Northern Ireland born actor Jamie Dornan will join his Belfast director Kenneth Branagh on March 24 when both are honored at the Oscar Wilde Awards in Santa Monica. Dornan is being lauded for
Waukesha Christmas parade murder suspect Darrell Brooks whines about being "demonized"
Darrell Brooks, 39, the man accused of killing 6 people and injuring dozens more with his SUV during a rampage at a Wisconsin Christmas parade, feels “dehumanized” behind bars. “I just feel like I’m being
Carlos Santana has heart procedure and cancels December shows
Carlos Santana has successfully undergone a heart procedure and is canceling several Las Vegas shows planned for December. In a video message,
Rust Assistant Director: Alec Baldwin didn’t pull trigger of gun that fired fatal shot
The attorney for Rust assistant director David Halls said that his client insisted that Alec Baldwin did not pull the trigger on the gun that discharged on the set of the movie, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injuring the movie’s director.
First US case of Omicron variant is detected in fully vaccinated person in California
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the California Department of Public Health confirmed Wednesday that the case was detected in a traveler who returned from South Africa on November 22.
Steven Spielberg omits Spanish subtitles in West Side Story
Steven Spielberg’s remake of West Side Story is raising eyebrows after the director decided to release the film without subtitles to help English-speaking audiences follow along with the Spanish dialog.
Alice Sebold apologizes to the man she wrongly convicted of her rape - memoir pulled
John Nolte: "Author Alice Sebold issued an apology to the man she falsely convicted of her 1981 rape. Her memoir was pulled from publication. In 1999, Alice Sebold launched a lucrative literary career
Joe Rogan criticizes the media for reporting Waukesha massacre as an “accident”
Joe Rogan on his podcast talked about the media coverage of the Waukesha attack. “The guy in Wisconsin had tried to run over his f-cking girlfriend and he was out on only $1,000 bail. He tried to kill
UPenn trans swimmer Lia, formerly Will, smashed women's competition records after competing as a man for 3 seasons
A trans swimmer at the University of Pennsylvania, who previously spent three years competing in men's competitions is now breaking records in women's events. Lia Thomas, formerly named Will,
Meryl Streep headlined Chinese communist event
Meryl Streep participated in a Beijing based forum sponsored by a Chinese Communist Party controlled influence group flagged by the U.S. government for working to coerce “foreign individuals to serve Beijing’s interests.”
Jussie Smollett’s trial might not be going his way
The trial for former Empire actor Jussie Smollett on charges that he faked a hate crime in Chicago a couple years ago got underway this week. Fox News’ Matt Finn is covering the trial, and reports the testimony from one of the Osundairo brothers.
World Health Organization: No evidence booster jabs would offer greater protection to the healthy
The World Health Organization has questioned the UK government’s decision to roll out hundreds of millions of booster jabs to its population, asserting there is “no evidence” they would offer “greater protection” to the healthy.
South Park satirizes pandemic hysteria over new variant
The new episode of South Park, which satirizes COVID hysteria, features a plot where a new variant of the virus is discovered, prompting mass panic and martial law.
West Side Story is Steven Spielberg's most visually exciting film in a zillion years
Johnny Oleksinski: Director Steven Spielberg's West Side Story is not gonna become a classic in the way the 1961 original did. Screenwriter Tony Kushner made many needless additions to the script. He never met a plot he couldn’t stretch out like a medieval torture victim.
Chris Cuomo: It hurts to be suspended from CNN but I respect the decision
Chris Cuomo spoke publicly about his suspension from CNN Wednesday amid fallout from revelations of how much the journalist had helped his brother, ex New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, field sexual harassment allegations.
Foo Fighters cancels Minneapolis concert after venue rejects band’s COVID measures
The Foo Fighters has canceled an upcoming concert in Minneapolis over a dispute with the concert venue concerning COVID safety measures. The rock band was scheduled to perform at the
Quote of the day
Director Amanda Milius

Hollywood is a North Korean like regime that demands ultimate obedience.

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