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November 7, 2018 5:12 PM A Breaking Bad Movie Is In The Works

Grab your hazmat suit and crack out the chemistry goggles - a Breaking Bad movie is on the way! The creator of the iconic show, Vince Gilligan, is now working on a two hour feature-length movie “set in the existing Breakinf Bad franchise”, reports The Hollywood Reporter. We don’t have many deets yet, but THR report that the film’s plot will follow “the escape 15

November 2, 2018 2:19 PM Sony Music stabbing: Two injured at firm's Kensington HQ

Two men were stabbed during a fight between kitchen workers at Sony Music's headquarters in central London. Firearms officers and paramedics were called to the building in Derry Street, Kensington at about 11:00 GMT. One member of Sony staff said the catering workers had been "running around chasing each other." Both were later arrested by police 10

November 2, 2018 12:49 PM Kensington stabbing: Moment police drag handcuffed suspect away from crime scene

ARMED POLICE stormed Sony Music headquarters after two people were stabbed, with a suspect later filmed being escorted away from the building. Eyewitness also reported seeing a person armed with a machete at the building. The Met police said: "No evidence of any firearms involved in this incident. It is not being treated as terror-related 20

November 2, 2018 11:40 AM KENSINGTON ATTACK: Moment ARMED police evacuate Sony HQ as 'GUNSHOT heard' – VIDEO

ARMED police have been called to the Sony music HQ building on Derry Street in London due to an “ongoing-incident” where two people are “believed to be injured”. Derry Street is also home to Northcliffe House, where the offices of Daily Mail, Mail Online, Evening Standard, Metro and Johnston Press also reside. One onlooker said: “Large crowds of people 11

November 2, 2018 11:26 AM KENSINGTON LOCKDOWN: Man 'armed with machete' stabs two people at Sony HQ

KENSINGTON is on lockdown and armed police have stormed Sony Music headquarters after two people were stabbed. Trish Ellis, a personal assistant at the Mail on Sunday who witnessed the incident, said: "It started opposite our building in Derry Street, usual sirens and racket but then we heard shouting, and more and more sirens. "A few people came out, then armed 10

October 12, 2018 11:10 PM Sound mixer working on Tom Hanks film dies after fall from balcony

Witnesses say the 61-year-old was taking a cigarette break when he "may have suffered a medical emergency" causing him to fall. Emmy-winning James Emswiller, who has worked on films such as The Avengers and The Fault In Our Stars, appeared to fall from a balcony in Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania, during a mid-shoot break, according to police 27

July 21, 2018 7:01 AM Stand-up at the Seaside guarantees Rouse-ing comedy in Colwyn Bay

After ditching the life of teaching geography teacher for a new avenue providing for his two children a dog and and paying an eye-watering mortgage, Rouse has become a master-story teller with a rare talent for brilliant characterisation. He also has a host of TV appearances to his name, including playing Bottom in Ben Elton’s most recent sitcom Upstart 24

July 2, 2018 9:02 AM Eddie Mair's glittering BBC radio career

Eddie Mair was born in Dundee and began his journalistic career at Radio Tay in the city, hosting weekly phone-ins, news shows and the breakfast show. He joined the BBC in 1987, starting as a sub-editor for Radio Scotland and later presented the station's flagship television and radio news programmes, Reporting Scotland and Good Morning Scotland 21

June 29, 2018 5:58 PM Review: Ray Davies' sequel 'Americana Act II' disappoints

Like most sequels, Ray Davies' "Our Country: Americana Act II" doesn't live up to the original. The Kinks co-founder's latest effort is a follow-up to last year's "Americana," a standout record that marked his first solo effort of original material in nearly a decade. But instead of a sequel taking things in a new direction, the 19-track "Americana Act II" feels 13

June 29, 2018 1:24 AM Ed Sheeran being sued for £76m for allegedly ripping off Marvin Gaye song

Ed Sheeran is being sued for 100 million dollars (£76.4 million) for allegedly ripping off parts of Marvin Gaye’s classic Let’s Get It On for his hit Thinking Out Loud. According to legal documents lodged in New York, the British star’s 2014 track copies the “melody, rhythms, harmonies, drums, bass line, backing chorus, tempo, syncopation and looping 16