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    Los Angeles, Jan 22: The release of Daniel Craig-starrer 25th James Bond movie No Time to Die has been delayed until October 8, the makers have announced. The film, which marks Craig’s fifth and final outing as the iconic British spy, was earlier scheduled to release on April 2. No Time To Die: Daniel Craig’s Bond Film That Marks April 2021 Release Is Expected to Be Delayed Again. The announcement was made on Friday on the official website and Twitter page of James Bond franchise. No Time to Die, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, was originally scheduled to bow out in April last year but the release was pushed to November and then to April 2021 due to coronavirus pandemic. NO TIME TO DIE 8 October 2021 pic.twitter.com/HZlNG5kz8t — James Bond (@007) January 22, 2021 The film also features actors Lea Seydoux, Naomie Harris, Ben...
    Kyle Rittenhouse’s release on bond was an example of “law and disorder,” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) said Saturday. “Does anyone believe Rittenhouse would be released if he were Muslim & did the same thing in a diff context? For people who say ‘systemic racism doesn’t exist,’ this is what it looks like: protection of white supremacy baked deep into our carceral systems. Law and disorder,” she wrote: Does anyone believe Rittenhouse would be released if he were Muslim & did the same thing in a diff context? For people who say “systemic racism doesn’t exist,” this is what it looks like: protection of white supremacy baked deep into our carceral systems. Law and disorder. — Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) November 21, 2020 In a previous post, Ocasio-Cortez said, “People who argue that dramatic changes to policing, including budgetary ones, will mean ‘violent people will be let out of jail to roam free’ rarely...
    New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Saturday slammed what she called a “double standard” within the criminal justice system after accused Kenosha killer Kyle Rittenhouse being sprung from jail on a $2 million bond. The 17-year-old’s release on Friday had sparked outrage on social media from some Democrats who argued it was an example of racial privilege within the system. “Does anyone believe Rittenhouse would be released if he were Muslim & did the same thing in a diff context?” Ocasio-Cortez asked on Twitter. “For people who say ‘systemic racism doesn’t exist,’ this is what it looks like: protection of white supremacy baked deep into our carceral systems,” she continued, adding “Law and disorder.” The lefty lawmaker also used Rittenhouse’s release to blast those who argue against bail reform by complaining that “violent people will be let out of jail to roam free.” They “rarely ever acknowledge that’s actually the current...
    Loading the player... After being locked up for three weeks, one of the suspects charged with plotting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is asking a judge to reconsider her decision to keep him behind bars as he’s afraid of contracting the coronavirus, according to a local news report. In court documents filed earlier this week, the lawyer for Kaleb Franks argued that his client, who is a recovering addict, has turned his life around after doing time for cocaine and home invasion. Franks suffers from diabetes and high cholesterol, takes insulin daily and fears contracting COVID-19, per Detroit Free Press. The filing provides more insight into the life of the 26-year-old defendant known as ‘Red Hot,’ who claims he’s not a flight risk and not a threat to society, despite the judge’s conclusion on Oct. 13 that “he remains a danger to the community.” In a photo provided...
    Recent rumours had suggested that No Time To Die, which brings back Daniel Craig as the iconic spy James Bond, was exploring a $600 million one-year licensing deal with an OTT platform but MGM, the studio behind the film, has now quashed all such reports saying the film is not for sale for direct digital release. According to a piece in Bloomberg, streaming platforms including Netflix, Amazon and Apple, had been exploring the possibility of acquiring the film. It happened after the studio MGM and producer Barbara Broccoli decided to postpone “No Time To Die” again, and move it from its rescheduled November release date to April next year due to the ongoing pandemic. Daniel Craig’s No Time To Die Pushed For April 2, 2021 Release Date MGM has reportedly lost between $30 million and $50 million due to the delays, said sources. “We do not comment on rumours. The...
    It cost $250 million to produce and in a pre-pandemic world, was almost certain to gross $1 billion worldwide.  But after pushing the film's release back again, MGM is moving to quash rumors it's thinking of offering Bond 25 No Time To Die to streaming services for a $600 million one-year licensing deal. 'We do not comment on rumors. The film is not for sale. The film's release has been postponed until April 2021 in order to preserve the theatrical experience for moviegoers,' an MGM spokesperson told Variety.  Holding out for theatrical release: MGM is moving to quash rumors it's thinking of offering Bond 25 No Time To Die to streaming services for a $600 million one-year licensing deal Bloomberg had reported that Netflix, Amazon and Apple had all been approached about the possibility of the movie being offered up for Premium VOD. It came after MGM and Bond...
    Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin will be allowed to leave Minnesota while on bail as he awaits trial on murder charges for the death of George Floyd, a judge has ruled.  Chauvin, 44, was released from a maximum security prison where he had been held since his arrest in May after posting $1million bond on Wednesday.  His release triggered two nights of protests in Minneapolis and St Paul, prompting  Governor Tim Walz to mobilize National Guard troops and state law enforcement officers to help keep the peace.  Hennepin County District Judge Peter Cahill on Friday issued new conditions of his release, citing safety concerns and allowed him to await his trial out of state.   Fired Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin (left) was released from prison on Wednesday after posting non-cash bond. A Hennepin County judge on Friday issued new terms for his release citing 'safety concerns'  Chauvin...
    Daniel Craig would be sipping on vodka Martini, “shaken not stirred”, for the last time in the upcoming movie, No Time To Die. The release date of the film has been postponed so many times, that we might have to take MI6’s help to keep a track. But, finally, the movie is set for a November release date amid the pandemic. At least, that is what the new poster of Bond 25 claims. Daniel features on a brand new poster of the upcoming spy film. The poster is nothing out of the ordinary, but looks like it has simply been released to promote the release date and the upcoming trailer. Daniel Craig’s No Time To Die Clapboard Auctioned to Raise Money For COVID-19 Relief Fund. The studio released the new poster, on which the text proudly reads, “In Cinemas, November”. The tweet also announces, “New trailer coming this Thursday.” Yay!...
    The father and son jailed on murder charges in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery are asking a Georgia judge to grant them bond and throw out two charges in their indictment. Gregory McMichael, 64, and his son, Travis McMichael, 34, have been jailed since their arrests in May, more than two months after they chased and shot Arbery, a 25-year-old black man who was jogging through their Brunswick neighborhood. Attorneys for the McMichaels filed legal motions Thursday asking Superior Court Judge Timothy Walmsley to set a bond that would both the men to be freed pending trial. Travis Michael was billed by his legal counsel as an ‘excellent candidate for low bond’, arguing he has no previous criminal history and poses no threat of fleeing. 'He does not have passport, and most importantly, his family, including his parents and three-year-old son, are here in Georgia,’ attorneys Robert Rubin and Jason...
    The Arlington County Board has unanimously voted to approve $144.5 million in bond referenda for voters to consider in November. The bonds include a proposed $29.9 million for Metro and transportation, $3.630 million for local parks and recreation, $7.5 million for community infrastructure, $52.65 million for Arlington County Public Schools and $50.8 for million stormwater, according to a news release. The board said that the Metro and transportation bonds would fund Metro capital improvements, paving, and the maintenance, renovation and replacement of bridges. The parks and recreation bond would fund park maintenance capital, a Rosslyn Highlands Park project, and trail and bridge modernization, according to the release. The community infrastructure bond would fund facilities maintenance capital, fire station renovations and capital improvements at the County Courthouse complex, according to the release. The bond for public schools would fund school maintenance capital projects, including design funding to meet 10-year seat needs,...
    An Alabama man, who argued that he was breaking into the pornography industry when he was indicted on five counts of rape and seven counts of sodomy years ago, was arrested on a new rape charge on Wednesday. The arrest came about a month after he was released on a $100,000 bond when his trial was once pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic. Terrance Terrell Keeton, 27, of Montgomery, was arrested Wednesday on a first-degree rape charge. He is accused of holding an 18-year-old woman at his home on Sheldon Road on July 9. He allegedly raped her between 9 and 11 p.m. after the victim declined his advances several times, the Montgomery Advertiser reported, citing court records. KENTUCKY COUPLE FIT WITH ANKLE MONITORS, PLACED ON HOUSE ARREST FOR REFUSING TO SIGN QUARANTINE DOCUMENTS: REPORTS Keeton was released from jail in early June on a $100,000 bond. A judge took away a cash...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — After striking out in three attempts to convince a federal judge in New York to release him from jail due to the COVID-19 pandemic, indicted singer R. Kelly is now taking a swing in a federal appeals court, arguing the judge’s “medical conclusions are poor at best.” As he awaits multiple trials on sex crime charges, Kelly’s attorneys have filed three motions with U.S. District Judge Ann Donnelly in New York, requesting he be granted bail, and released to home confinement and electronic monitoring at his condo in the South Loop. Three times Donnelly has turned them down, ruling his attorneys have not shown he is at high risk of contracting the virus, and that he remains a flight risk and a danger to the community. Kelly’s attorneys have argued his age of 53, and the fact he was recently diagnosed as pre-diabetic make him especially vulnerable...
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