Kit Harington spoke his truth about the final season of Game of Thrones, as has George R.R. Martin, Lena Headey, Nikolaj Coster Waldau, Natalie Tena (Osha), HBO, Sophie Turner, and, uh, Hobbs and Shaw. Now it;s Alfie Allen;s turn. The actor, who played Theon Greyjoy Reek on the hit HBO series, told Deadline that what "pisses " him off is "when you see people like the camera operators, who are the best in the world people behind the scenes who break their backs for this show who are then getting trolled online by people. " He continued, "I can t even delve into that world too much, for my own sanity. But to read all that stuff ... People laying into the DPs. It blows my mind. "
Almost two years after wrapping principle photography, Woody Allen s A Rainy Day In New York will play its first festival about four thousand miles away from New York.Allen s film, starring Elle Fanning, Timoth e Chalamet and Jude Law, was selected to open the Deauville American Film Festival in Deauville, France on September 9, Deadline reports.
YouTube, which has been under pressure for facilitating inappropriate content viewed by children, is in discussions with federal regulators to end its advertising targeting on videos that appeal to kids, Bloomberg reported.
Here 's a first look at Johnny Flynn (Beast) as the late music icon David Bowie in biopic Stardust.
Attention could now turn to new contracts at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium following the closure of the summer transfer window last Thursday.Following the signings of both Ryan Sessegnon and Giovani Lo Celso prior to the deadline, there was more good news to come 24 hours later with Lucas Moura committing his future to the club.
It was an eventful night for ratings Tuesday, when America 's Got Talent dominated with a 1.4 rating in the adults 18 49 demographic and 9.53 million viewers. The NBC competition series grew two tenths from last week and provided a strong lead in for the network 's new comedy reality competition Bring the Funny (0.9, 4.50M), which also grew two tenths. NBC won the night easily in both metrics.
The Venice Film Festival has added Birth Of A Nation filmmaker Nate Parker 's American Skin to its Sconfini section, a move that is likely to draw increased attention to the Lido event. The drama about police violence and racism in America is directed, written by and stars Parker and is his first feature since news of rape allegations from his college days surfaced during the release of Birth Of A Nation in 2016. Parker had stood trial in 1999 and was acquitted of the charges, but the controversy derailed his promising directing debut.
Tottenham Hotspur fans are hoping for a spectacular end to the summer transfer window.The club have already signed Tanguy Ndombele and Jack Clarke this summer, but the hope is that they might sign up to three new players before Thursday apos;s deadline.
It looks set to be a very exciting couple of days for Tottenham in the transfer market as they bid to strengthen their squad before the deadline.Spurs have so far only brought in two players to the club this summer and Daniel Levy and Mauricio Pochettino have until 5pm on Thursday to complete any further deals.
David Luiz has refused to train with Chelsea s first team as he looks to push through a controversial move to Arsenal before Thursday s transfer deadline.The 32 year old defender has made 105 appearances in his second spell at Stamford Bridge since returning from Paris Saint Germain in 2016, but is keen to swap west London for north London ahead of the new season.
Comcast owned Sky has bought a stake in UK natural history producer True to Nature.
President Barack Obama has weighed in on the mass shootings in Texas and Ohio over the weekend, saying, "Until all of us stand up and insist on holding public officials accountable for changing our gun laws, these tragedies will keep happening. "
The end of the transfer window is in sight and it appears that Tottenham are still very much active.The Lilywhites have had limited transfers in recent years but now appear set to break their transfer record for the second time this summer before Thursday apos;s deadline.
Tottenham have made only two signings so far this summer, much to the frustration of many of their fans.The north Londoners have acquired the services of Tanguy Ndombele and Jack Clarke from Lyon and Leeds United respectively.
Katy Perry, Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan are returning for the new season of American Idol but one name missing from this morning 's ABC announcement was Ryan Seacrest.
The U.K.;s new prime minister, Boris Johnson, has pledged to take the country out of the bloc ;come what may; by the current deadline of October 31. He has refused to rule out a no deal Brexit unless E.U. leaders allow him to overhaul the agreement they had negotiated with his predecessor Theresa May ndash; something the E.U. says is impossible. The leaked document, obtained by British broadcaster Sky News, was prepared before Johnson took office and paints a chaotic picture of life in the U.K. in the weeks following a no deal Brexit.
Time is now running out for Mauricio Pochettino to add to his Tottenham squad before the transfer deadline.There apos;s now less than a week for the Spurs boss to complete any new signings as he looks to bolster the numbers ahead of the opener against Aston Villa.
Bruno Fernandes apos; name has cropped up once again as Tottenham looks to add to their squad ahead of next week apos;s transfer deadline.The Lilywhites have so far brought in Tanguy Ndombele and Jack Clarke to north London this summer, although the latter has headed back to Leeds United on loan for the rest of the campaign.
Spurs first registered an interest in the player at the start of the summer in the build up to the Champions League final in Madrid.At the time, Real Betis were demanding that his full release clause of pound;88million was met in order to prise him away from Andalusia.
The vast wildfires that have engulfed forest areas the size of Belgium were initially thought to be triggered by a combination of dry lightning and human activity. The wildfires have gained worldwide attention, with U.S. President Donald Trump discussing them by phone with Russian President Vladimir Putin.Medvedev gave investigators, prosecutors and police a deadline of Nov. 1 to determine if the fires were deliberately started to hide illegal logging activity, Interfax reported.