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Remembering Chadwick Boseman: Colleagues Reflect As His Final Performances Generate Oscar Talk
Chadwick Boseman’s death in August, at the age of 43, shocked friends and colleagues who made recent films with him as much as it did fans around the world who mourned the passing of the actor who in a relatively short time played Black Panther, James Brown, Jackie Robinson and Thurgood Marshall. His colleagues still shake their heads in disbelief at the craft of his performances in two Oscar season movies, delivered while he was in the final throes of his fight against cancer. “I celebrate the man,” says Denzel Washington, who produced Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, George C.
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Montreal police are asking for help locating Matthew Ryan Astudillo, a 20 year-old man last seen on the afternoon of Feb. 24 at his residence in the Plateau Mont-Royal. Investigators have reason to fear for his safety as he is said to have thoughts of self-harm. Astudillo is hispanic, stands 5′-7″ tall, weighs 150 lbs, has black hair and dark eyes. He drives a black 2014 Toyota Corolla, license plate J80 SFY. Anyone with information to communicate concerning this disappearance can do so by calling 911, their local police department or anonymously and confidentially with Info-Crime Montreal at 514 393-1133 or online.
What Texas Western's Black players and white coach did in 1966 continues to ripple
What Texas Western accomplished that NCAA championship game in 1966 slowly and quietly made an impact that echoed more loudly as time passed on.In a tiny motel room in College Park, Maryland, the Black players had been summoned. They had just finished their pregame meal and Texas Western coach Don Haskins had cornered his big center David Lattin with a demand.
“I feel prepared,” Ducharme said. “When you’re prepared, you sit down at school, you get your exam, you don’t care what the questions are going to be. You’re ready to answer. You’re pretty nervous when you’re not ready, when you didn’t study. So I feel comfortable. I feel ready. I’m confident in the group, I’m confident in the guys I’m working with and I’m ready to go.” Ducharme takes over from Claude Julien, who was fired Wednesday morning after the Canadiens went 2-4-2 in their last eight games, dropping to fourth place in the North Division with a 9-5-4 record.
“We were surprised to hear that the minister of health said he was counting on community groups to accompany and transport people with mobility issues,” said Marie-Andrée Painchaud, co-ordinator at Regroupement intersectoriel des organismes communautaires de Montréal (RIOCM). The COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by Pfizer-BioNTech can’t be moved once delivered to mass vaccination sites, which means health-care workers won’t be able to visit the homes of shut-ins or those with mobility issues and immunize them. “We know the groups will do the best they can, but we fear it won’t be good enough and the groups won’t be able to answer to all the needs out there,” Painchaud said.
Tom Lawlor on "Filthy Island" special, MMA fighters doing pro wrestling, 2021 goals
The MLW star speaks to DAZN News ahead of the "Filthy Island" special that premieres Wednesday on DAZN..
Julien, who was fired by GM Marc Bergevin on Wednesday, was in the fourth year of his five-year, US$25-million contract. Associate coach Kirk Muller, who was also fired Wednesday, was in the final season of his contract. This is the second time owner Geoff Molson has had to continue paying a fired coach with Bergevin as GM. When Michel Therrien was replaced by Julien in 2017, the former had another two full seasons remaining on his contract. “I’m well aware of what you just mentioned,” Bergevin said during a video conference from Winnipeg Wednesday afternoon when Julien’s contract was brought up. “I did tell Geoff what I was doing and he supported my decision. That’s all I could say.”
‘WandaVision’ EP & Head Scribe Jac Schaeffer On Scarlet Witch’s Grief & Who Didn’t Show Up In “The Series Finale” – Q&A .
Spoiler Alert: The following interview with WandaVision EP and head scribe Jac Schaeffer contains spoilers about the series’ final episode “The Series Finale” If you haven’t already read our recap of WandaVision‘s “The Series Finale”, you can read it here. But let’s get down to brass tacks ASAP with the Disney+/Marvel series EP and head scribe Jac Schaeffer telling us what happened and where Scarlet Witch is going. Schaeffer has a story by-credit on the upcoming Black Widow movie currently scheduled for theatrical release on May 7, and she co-wrote the screenplay for the MGM Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson comedy The Hustle.