The report came three days after news broke that Blue and White party leader Benny Gantz;s cellphone was hacked by Iran.Yaniv Balmas, head of cyber research at Check Point Software Technologies, told the Globes newspaper on Saturday that it seemed Gantz 's phone was hacked "with a zero click type attack. "
The spacecraft's scheduled maneuver to put it into elliptical orbit on its way to the moon did not take place because of an unplanned restart of its computer. Contact with the computer was lost for a short time, then renewed. "The spacecraft's computer restarted independently, thereby canceling the planned maneuver. In those moments, there was no communication with between the spacecraft and the ground station. When communications were restored, we realized that the maneuver had not taken place because of the restart had taken place at too early a stage for the planned process," SpaceIL CEO Dr. Ido Anteby told reporters.SpaceIL and IAI said that the malfunction created strain and tension in the Yehud control room. "There were moments of great tension in the control room," Anteby said. "Communication with the spacecraft is now being maintained, together with thorough testing to detect the reason for the malfunction that caused the restart in the spacecraft's computer."
Rami Malek, the star of Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, has done well at awards season so far. Malek has scooped a handful of awards for his trophy cabinet this year, having won the Best Actor award at the Golden Globes, the Screen Actors Guild Awards and the BAFTAs. But the award to win is the Academy Award, which airs this year at 1 am GMT on Monday, February 25, 2019.Oddsmakers put Malek in the top spot to win the coveted Best Actor award.
Bryan Singer;s Red Sonja on hold amid renewed allegations of sexual harassment BAFTA suspends Bryan Singer nod amid misconduct allegations Bohemian Rhapsody actor Rami Malek: My situation with Bryan Singer was not pleasant Bryan Singer was fired from Bohemian Rhapsody mid production. (Source: Matt Sayles Invision AP, File) Director Bryan Singer hasn;t been involved with the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody for over a year, but with a fresh expos alleging that he sexually assaulted minors and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts ;suspending; his nomination, will he be the film;s Oscars Achilles heel?Bohemian Rhapsody has had a lifetime 's worth of trials and setbacks on its 10 year journey to the big screen. And yet despite everything working against it from Singer 's surprise firing mid production for absences and clashes with the cast, to the negative reviews right before its release it seems to have come out of the fires unscathed. The 50 million dollar production became a global box office phenomenon, grossing over 209 million dollars in North America alone and over 834 million dollars worldwide to become the most successful musical biopic of all time. It developed into a top awards contender too, winning the best drama and best actor for Rami Malek at the Golden Globes, while also receiving two key Screen Actors Guild nominations, a Producers Guild nod and five Oscar nominations, including best actor and best picture.
Nominated for seven BAFTAs, including Outstanding British Film, Bohemian Rhapsody is a surprise awards contender after receiving mixed reviews from the critics. In fact, the Freddie Mercury movie managed to win Best Drama Picture at the Golden Globes. And now Queen guitarist May is attending the BAFTAs at the Royal Albert Hall tonight to support it. During red carpet interviews, he spoke out on Bohemian Rhapsody 's fired director Singer.Singer helmed Bohemian Rhapsody until he was dismissed with just two weeks to go on filming after allegedly going AWOL from set.
As ever, last night;s SAG Awards 2019 saw some of the entertainment industry;s biggest names flock to the Shine Auditorium in LA, including A Star is Born #8216;s Bradley Cooper.Many were surprised by the absence of his wife, Irina Shayk, who usually accompanies him on the red carpet and was his date for the 2019 Golden Globes earlier this year.
Bloomberg put South Korea in first place on the index for the sixth time, due to new investments in key technologies and a regulatory plan for encouraging startups. Germany advanced into second place due to investment in production and research by many of its industrial giants, such as Volkswagen, Daimler, and Bosch. Third and fourth places were taken by Finland and Switzerland, respectively.China, the world's second largest economy, was rated only in 16th place. Although Bloomberg rated China in second place in patents because of companies like Huawei and BOE, which invest in research and development, China trails far behind in general productivity.
Jeff Bezos led US tech giant Amazon is acquiring an Israeli cloud computing startup CloudEndure for $250 million, Israeli news website Globes reported quoting people in the know. Backed by IT services provider Infosys and Dell EMC alongside VMware, Mitsui, and Magma Venture Partners, the startup, which has raised a total investment of $18 million, offers products and services such as disaster recovery, continuous backup and live migration across platforms such as Amazon Web Services, VMware, Azure, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Oracle cloud.
Rami Malek took home a Golden Globe tonight for his performance as Freddie Mercury in the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody. He won Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama over Bradley Cooper, Willem Defoe, Lucas Hedges, and John David Washington. Bohemian Rhapsody, the highest grossing music biopic of all time, won the Golden Globe for Best Picture, Drama.The film went through developmental hell before finally making it to theaters. Sacha Baron Cohen was attached to the role of Freddie Mercury before dropping out of the film. Director Bryan Singer was fired before he finished filming and was replaced by Dexter Fletcher. Singer remains credited as the film s director since he completed the majority of the film.
Sandra Oh scripted history at the Golden Globes 2019 as she became the first Asian woman to host the prime award show and win a trophy.Oh, who is co hosting the 76th edition of the first award ceremony of the season, emerged winner in the Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series Drama for Killing Eve . She has also won an Emmy for the thriller series.
Quick recap: Lady Gaga starred in A Star is Born (2018) opposite Bradley Cooper, who also directed the film, which is a remake of a remake of a remake, as Vogue explained. Gaga played Ally Campana, an aspiring singer, who begins a love affair with rockstar Jackson Maine (Cooper) that also launches her career. It's a beautiful and heartbreaking romance, and fans and critics alike quickly fell in love with Cooper's take on the story, with everywhere from Rotten Tomatoes to The New York Times to Roger Ebert giving the film rave reviews, praising above all the talent Gaga brought to the project.Despite speculation that the pop star didn't have the chops to be a serious actress in the months leading up to the film's release, Lady Gaga's powerhouse performance skyrocketed her to instant movie star status. Gaga's "disarming, naturalistic presence is crucial to the movie s force " praised The Times, highlighting her stripped down look and the poignant vulnerability she brings to the role. Her film debut became an immediate hit with audiences everywhere, and after her nomination for Best Actress at the Golden Globe Awards came in, her sweep for all the best actress awards this season seemed inevitable. (She also got a nom for Best Original Song for the song "Shallow " from the movie, for which she won).
Last UpdatedJanuary 7, 201910:31 AM ESTComment Facebook Twitter Reddit Email More Share this storyGlenn Close upsets expected winner Lady Gaga for best actress at Golden Globes Tumblr Pinterest Google LinkedIn NEW YORK mdash; Glenn Close upset Lady Gaga for best actress, Christian Bale thanked the antichrist for inspiration in playing former Vice President Dick Cheney, Rami Malek won the best actor in a movie drama award, the beleaguered ”Green Book ” got a big boost and co host Sandra Oh took home an award, too, after speaking passionately about ”faces of change ” at the 76th Golden Globes.
Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh proved the perfect pairing to host Sunday night's Golden Globe Awards in Los Angeles, showing just the right amount of charisma and charm to keep Hollywood's booziest awards show running smoothly. And while the ceremony was in no shortage of emotional high points, the duo did provide just the right atmosphere for there to be quite a few laughs.It wasn't all on the hosts, either. From Amy Poehler and Maya Rudolph to Olivia Colman and Jeff Bridges, there was plenty of comedy to go around. And sure, the Golden Globes are supposed to be about recognizing the best and brightest in movies and television, watching teary eyed speeches and seeing some show stopping fashion, but it really, really helps if it's funny, too.
Stars of the screen, big and small, turned out in force Sunday night for the 76th Golden Globe Awards.Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh co hosted the telecast and lived up to their promise to make the show less politically charged. Unfortunately, they also made it less funny.
Oh is co hosting the awards show with Andy Samberg, and she's also nominated for Best Actress in a Drama TV Series for her role in Killing Eve. However, before she gets the evening underway, she made time to share photos of herself surrounded by her supportive family as they all wear a T Shirt printed with her now famous quote from the 2018 Emmys: "It's an honor to be Asian Sandra Oh. " On Twitter, the actor included a special message for her relatives along with the picture. Oh wrote, "Thank you beloved family (ps why are mom and dad not looking at camera?). "
However, some of the cutest celebrity interactions and heartwarming moments didn't happen on camera at all, but occurred behind the scenes at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. From some of Hollywood's cutest couples showing just how adorable their love really is to the way some stars treat fans when the cameras aren't rolling, ET got the inside scoop on some of the best moments you didn't see on TV.Dax Shepard and Kristen Bell are one of the cutest couples in Hollywood, and it shows. The pair was spotted holding hands like newlyweds as they walked onto the red carpet at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, laughing and smiling at each other's jokes.