‘Dead to Me’ Season 2 Trailer: Jen and Judy Get a Crash Course in Dead Body Disposal (Video)

The trailer is out for the upcoming second season of “Dead to Me,” and it finds Jen and Judy trying to figure out what the heck to do with the dead body floating in their pool. The new 10-episode season premieres May 8 on Netflix, and the two best-friends, played by Christina Applegate and Linda … Continue reading ‘Dead to Me’ Season 2 Trailer: Jen and Judy Get a Crash Course in Dead Body Disposal (Video)

‘Mission: Impossible’ 7 and 8 Release Dates Delayed

A “Dungeons & Dragons” film from the directors of “Game Night,” previously scheduled for Nov. 19, 2021 by Paramount, will now open in the summer on May 27, 2022. And “Spell,” a horror film starring Omari Hardwick that was meant to open this August, has been pulled from the release calendar. Production on the “Mission: … Continue reading ‘Mission: Impossible’ 7 and 8 Release Dates Delayed

Facebook Launching Group Video Chat and Zoom Competitor, Messenger Rooms

Facebook is taking on Zoom in a bid for a larger share of the video conferencing market by launching a new group video chat tool called Messenger Rooms. The service will launch “over the coming weeks,” Facebook Founder and Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said in a live stream Friday afternoon. Sean Gallup/Getty Images Video chats are “starting … Continue reading Facebook Launching Group Video Chat and Zoom Competitor, Messenger Rooms

Travis Scott’s ‘Fortnite’ Concert Attracts Record 12 Million Viewers

Hip-hop artist Travis Scott isn’t letting the coronavirus cancel all of his concert plans. A record 12 million players tuned in to watch a free show inside publisher Epic Games Inc.’s “Fortnite” on Thursday, part of a three-day event to keep quarantined fans entertained. The 27 year-old Houston rapper teamed up with Epic Games to … Continue reading Travis Scott’s ‘Fortnite’ Concert Attracts Record 12 Million Viewers

Coronavirus: Cambuur coach decries ‘biggest sports scandal in history’ as Eredivisie promotion is denied

Cambuur head coach Henk de Jong called the decision to abandon the 2019-20 season prematurely and deny his side promotion to the Eredivisie "the biggest scandal in the history of Dutch sports". The Royal Dutch Football Association (KNVB) announced the end of the Eredivisie and Eerste Divisie campaigns on Friday due to the coronavirus pandemic, … Continue reading Coronavirus: Cambuur coach decries ‘biggest sports scandal in history’ as Eredivisie promotion is denied

Coronavirus: FIFA starts distributing $150million to member associations

FIFA will distribute $150million to member associations over the next few days as support for the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The world governing body on Friday revealed that operational funding for this year and 2019 will be paid to 211 national governing bodies worldwide. A second instalment of operational costs for 2020 was due … Continue reading Coronavirus: FIFA starts distributing $150million to member associations

Bayern confirm Coutinho out for two weeks after ankle surgery

Philippe Coutinho will be sidelined for two weeks after undergoing ankle surgery, Bayern Munich announced on Friday. The Brazil international had surgery to remove loose fragments in his right ankle joint, with the Bundesliga club confirming the procedure was a success. Coutinho, who is on a season-long loan at Bayern from Barcelona, contributing nine goals … Continue reading Bayern confirm Coutinho out for two weeks after ankle surgery

US warship hit by coronavirus outbreak, halts mission

WASHINGTON (REUTERS) - A US Navy destroyer has been hit with a coronavirus outbreak as it carried out a counter-narcotics mission, US officials said on Friday (April 24), dealing another blow to the military as it grapples with the pandemic. US officials, speaking to Reuters on condition of anonymity, said more than a dozen sailors … Continue reading US warship hit by coronavirus outbreak, halts mission

French court confirms Amazon restrictions over virus

Paris (AFP) A French appeals court on Friday confirmed a ruling that ordered US online retailing giant Amazon to restrict its operations pending an evaluation of virus risks to its staff. But while rejecting the appeal brought by Amazon, the Court of Appeal in Versailles outside Paris slightly widened the list of goods that Amazon … Continue reading French court confirms Amazon restrictions over virus

Britain’s coronavirus hospital deaths nears 20,000 as government response disappoints

LONDON (REUTERS) - Nearly 20,000 people have died in hospital in Britain after testing positive for the new coronavirus, the latest data showed on Friday (April 24). Speculation mounted that Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who spent three nights in intensive care battling Covid-19 earlier this month, would soon get back to work after US President Donald Trump … Continue reading Britain’s coronavirus hospital deaths nears 20,000 as government response disappoints

Protest at Slovenian care homes over government ‘neglect’

Domžale (Slovenia) (AFP) Hundreds of employees from care homes in Slovenia protested on Friday over what they say is government neglect of the elderly and demanded more support to fight the coronavirus pandemic. The scene at one care home in the town of Domzale, ten kilometres (six miles) north of the capital Ljubljana, was repeated … Continue reading Protest at Slovenian care homes over government ‘neglect’

Health experts urge prudence as Italy readies to reopen

Rome (AFP) As the Italian government prepares to announce in coming days the gradual phasing out of the lockdown put in place last month, public health experts continued on Friday to call for caution. "The virus is still circulating. Everywhere in the country we have to be very careful," Silvio Brusaferro, president of the Instituto … Continue reading Health experts urge prudence as Italy readies to reopen