Monthly Archives: January 2022

New Transformers Animated Movie Release Date Set For 2024

It may be another sad day with announcements of more films being pushed back due to the pandemic, this time all from Paramount Pictures, but there was a silver lining to all of today’s depressing news. Although we’re going to have to wait longer for films like Impossible mission sequels or Quiet place spin-off, Paramount has announced that there is ...

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7 Tips for Filming Summer Program Audition Videos

It’s that time of year again, audition season. And again, in-person auditions are being canceled and dancers are scrambling to get video auditions filmed and submitted. The tips below will help you tackle this project effectively and hopefully save you the most infuriating aspects of the process. 1. Get organized. Check the websites of all the places you want to ...

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China Gold expects firm production in 2022 after beating 2021 forecast

“We have succeeded in overcoming adverse factors, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, carefully organizing production, and continuously improving the quality of operations,” miner chief executive officer Liangyou Jiang said on Jan. 19. Consolidated gold production from the company’s two mines was approximately 244,345 ounces last year, which exceeded guidance by 4%, and consolidated copper production of approximately 191 million pounds ...

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Adele to reschedule Las Vegas shows as COVID delays production

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — In a tearful Instagram post, Adele announced she was postponing her appearances at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. “I can’t give you what I have right now,” she said in a Thursday social post. She was due to begin her residency here on Friday, January 21. Two shows were scheduled each weekend until Saturday, April 16. ...

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Editor Luis Alvarez y Alvarez on La Guerra Civil |

Oscar de la Hoya and Julio César Chávez in Civil war by Eva Longoria Baston. Julio César Chávez and Oscar de la Hoya were once two of boxing’s biggest names, and their 1996 bout dubbed “Ultimate Glory” was a flashpoint for the rift between Mexican Americans and Mexican nationals. . Combining archival footage with interviews with the boxers themselves, The ...

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Film shot in Trumann, scheduled for release in February | News

TRUMANN — “Ghosts of the Ozarks,” a film that was shot in Trumann at the height of the pandemic, is slated for release in early February. The film is set in post-Civil War Arkansas, when a young doctor, played by Thomas Hobson, is mysteriously summoned to a remote town in the Ozarks, where he discovers that the utopian paradise is ...

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Texas Oil & Gas Manufacturing Company’s DTSA/TUTSA lawsuit unraveled by public disclosure of alleged trade secret in its own expired patent

After a four-day trial on Aug. 10, 2021, a federal judge in Houston ruled that concept designs an oil and gas manufacturing company disclosed to its former associate under an NDA do not were not eligible for trade secret protection because they were neither secret nor misappropriated due primarily to disclosure in a prior public patent. The ruling highlights the ...

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Pearl Technology Deploys The United Methodist Church’s First Award-Winning AV Upgrade

Pearl Technology Deploys The United Methodist Church’s First Award-Winning AV Upgrade United States – Peoria, Illinois is home to the rapidly growing First United Methodist Church (FUMC). The dynamic and forward-looking congregation turned to veteran IT technology and services company Pearl Technology in a recent system upgrade that covered its video production studio, recording studio, podcast and its sanctuaries, centered ...

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The ‘Billy Elliot Effect’ continues to put people in the North East out of creative careers four decades later

A so-called ‘Billy Elliot’ effect where careers in the creative industries are ‘seen as a form of failure’ remains a barrier to growing culture in the North, according to a new report. The ‘Cas for Culture’ report released today by Northern MPs, cultural leaders and metro mayors says the region’s culture must be included – not ignored – in the ...

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Guillermo del Toro’s “Cabinet of Curiosities” Horror Anthology Series: What We Know So Far

Previously titled Guillermo del Toro Presents 10 After Midnight, the title of the series has since been changed to the shorter title of Cabinet of Curiosities. Filming for the series is nearly complete and will feature an exceptional cast of amazing actors and actresses across its eight episodes. We’ll be keeping track of everything you need to know about the ...

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