The New York Post is reporting that Gilberto Valle—better known as the “Cannibal Cop,” the former NYPD officer who was convicted of conspiring to cook and kill several women before having his conviction overturned—is back on online dating sites, looking for a dinner date. That’s alarming, and at least kind of funny, but based on another alleged dating profile we looked into weeks ago, it probably isn’t true.
Netflix is the latest company to offer up The Interview on demand.
The online video service announced Tuesday that it will offer The Interview, which it dubbed “the controversial comedy,” to its subscribers in the United States and Canada for no additional charge starting on Jan. 24. Google Play, Xbox and Apple TV previously offered the movie for purchase after the movie was pulled from many theaters following threats from hackers.
That’s this weekend.
Glad I waited to watch this, then. From what I’ve heard, paying for this movie would have probably felt like a waste.
Tony Award-winning actress Anika Noni Rose has optioned TV/Film rights to Daniel José Older’s urban fantasy book series Bone Street Rumba.
The first installment, Half-Resurrected Blues, was published on January 6 by Penguin’s Roc Books imprint and centers on character Carlos Delacruz, an agent in the “New York Council Of The Dead.” He’s a so-called in-betweener, living in a kind of purgatory after his own death, and he encounters others in a similar demi-monde.
The second installment, Midnight Taxi Tango, is slated for release next January.
Publishers Weekly dubbed Older a “rising star of the genre.” He also has Shadowshaper, a YA title, about to come out as well.
Rose optioned the work through her Roaring Virgin Productions company.
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