Rovio Entertainment Corp.: Half-Year 2022 financial report: – GlobeNewswire

Rovio Entertainment Corp.: Half-Year 2022 financial report: – GlobeNewswire

August 11, 2022 02:00 ET | Source: Rovio Entertainment Corp. Rovio Entertainment Corp. Espoo, FINLA…
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Arts & Entertainment – Chicago – WTTW News

Blues, retro music, farm animals and a Chicago tradition usher in the weekend. Here are 10 things t…
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Flamingo Resort opens new live entertainment space – North Bay Business Journal

What: The official opening weekend of Vintage Space Where: The Flamingo Resort, 2777 Fourth St., Sa…
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Inspired Entertainment, Inc's (INSE) Management on Q2 2022 Results – Earnings Call Transcript

Inspired Entertainment, Inc’s (INSE) Management on Q2 2022 Results – Earnings Call Transcript

Inspired Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ:INSE ) Q2 2022 Earnings Conference Call August 10, 2022 9:30 A…
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AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. Cl A Stock Quote (U.S.: NYSE) – MarketWatch

Something went wrong while loading Watchlist. Shares of a number of meme stocks extended their pullbacks Wednesday, despite a big rally in the broader stock market, after they snapped long win streaks in the previous session. Bed Bath & Beyond Inc.’s stock fell 5.6% … Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. shares rose another 6% in premarket trade Tuesday, extending Monday’s roughly 40% gain as the Reddit group that helped create the “meme stock” phenomenon during the pandemic appeared to embrace the … Shares of AMC Entertainment Holdings Inc. surged 5.8% in premarket trading, putting them on track for a sixth-straight gain to the highest close in more than four months. The “meme” stock had already rocketed 52.3% as it … AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc. engages in the theatrical exhibition business through its subsidiaries. It operates through the U.S. Markets and International Markets segments. The U.S. Markets segment is involved in owning, leasing, or operating theaters and screens in the U.S. The International Markets segment focuses on owning, leasing, or operating theaters and screens in the United Kingdom, Germany, Spain, Italy, Ireland, Portugal, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, and Saudi Arabia. The company was founded by Barney Dubinsky, Maurice Durwood and Edward Durwood in 1920 and is headquartered in Leawood, KS.
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Folk on the Farm event to feature live music and entertainment – Lichfield Live®

Live music and entertainment will be on offer at an outdoor event in Lichfield. Folk on the Farm wi…
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Will Smith praised for public apology | Entertainment | elpasoinc.com

Will Smith praised for public apology | Entertainment | elpasoinc.com

He told ‘Entertainment Tonight’: “I love the fact that he’s being so transparent about his process. Clearly he is going through his own personal …
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MONSTA X’s I.M says he left agency Starship Entertainment because he “needed a new …

MONSTA X member I.M has addressed fans in a handwritten letter shedding light on his departure from…
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We’re looking for rising stars in the entertainment industry — here’s how to nominate yourself …

Nominees must be 35 years old or younger and work for a studio, streamer, or production company. In…
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TONIGHT Live Entertainment JAM August 9th @ 6-9pm | Boothbay Register

TONIGHT Live Entertainment JAM August 9th @ 6-9pm | Boothbay Register

Mine Oyster Restaurant We are open 7 days a week Serving Lunch & Dinner Mon – Thurs 11:30 am …
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Olivia Newton-John’s Longtime Friend Jane Seymour Recalls Their Last Moments Together …

Jane Seymour is tearfully paying tribute to her longtime friend, Olivia Newton-John. In an intervie…
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Entertainment area opens in Greenville: What to know about District 356 at Fluor Field

The Boston-inspired area of District 356 will house outdoor entertainment spaces on game days for the Drive, a minor league affiliate of the Boston …
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GTA6 will set "creative benchmarks" for "all entertainment", Take-Two says | Eurogamer.net

GTA6 will set “creative benchmarks” for “all entertainment”, Take-Two says | Eurogamer.net

Take-Two has talked bullishly of its hopes for the success of Grand Theft Auto 6, amidst a mixed picture of financial results. Speaking to GamesIndustry.biz, Take-Two boss Strauss Zelnick blamed a “softer economy” for a downturn in revenue for both halves of the now-combined Take-Two and mobile giant Zynga. The now-completed buyout has also left a $117m hole in the company’s bottom line due to business acquisition costs. “We feel like this is a great start,” Zelnick said. “The integration is going along well… The cultures align nicely. We are certainly seeing the effects of the overall economy, which is soft. And I think we see it more on recurrent consumer spending than we do on games. “In the case of mobile games, you can obviously play for free and spend only if you want to,” Zelnick said. “So it shouldn’t surprise anyone that we would see the softer economy reflected in softer mobile sales versus softer console sales.” Last night also saw the announcement by Take-Two that it was delaying Firaxis’ Marvel game Midnight Suns for the second time, this time to early 2023. But it wasn’t all bad news. Take-Two’s financial results show NBA 2K22 has now shifted 12m copies and is selling faster than last year’s entry. GTA5 has sold yet another 5m copies, taking it up to nearly 170m. And GTA Online’s audience has doubled since the first Covid lockdown. Speaking of GTA, Zelnick referenced the upcoming Grand Theft Auto 6, which is believed to still be several years away. “With development of the next entry in the Grand Theft Auto series well underway, the Rockstar Games team is determined to once again set creative benchmarks for the series, our industry, and for all entertainment, just as the label has done with every one of their frontline releases,” Zelnick said. A recent report detailed how Rockstar was managing the project’s workload and had slimmed down some ambitious earlier plans to focus on an initial offering featuring a Bonnie and Clyde-style couple in and around the area of Miami (Vice City). We want to make Eurogamer better, and that means better for our readers – not for algorithms. You can help! Become a supporter of Eurogamer and you can view the site completely ad-free, as well as gaining exclusive access to articles, podcasts and conversations that will bring you closer to the team, the stories, and the games we all love. Subscriptions start at £3.99 / $4.99 per month. Tom is Eurogamer’s deputy editor. He writes lots of news, some of the puns and makes sure we put the accent on Pokémon. Rallentando | Off Topic: Curious and Interesting Words is a dictionary that sends you on a journey
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K-pop agency JYP Entertainment announces plans to reduce environmental impact through …

JYP Entertainment, the agency behind K-pop acts TWICE, ITZY, Stray Kids and more, plans to begin re…
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Elvis | Full Movie Preview | Warner Bros. Entertainment – YouTube

Colonel Tom Parker reminiscences about how he met Elvis. Watch the first 10 minutes of #Elvis.SUBSCRIBE to Warner Bros. Entertainment: …
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GTA 6 will be a creative benchmark for 'all entertainment' claims Take-Two – Metro

GTA 6 will be a creative benchmark for ‘all entertainment’ claims Take-Two – Metro

Rockstar Games owners Take-Two are still not saying much about GTA 6 but they’re already convince…
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August 11 Vallejo/Vacaville Arts and Entertainment Source: Celebrating freedom and joy …

To Antonio Lee, his drag queen alter ego, Adrienne LaCielo, is “just another expression of me…
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AMC Stock: Is It A Buy Now? Here’s What AMC Entertainment Fundamentals, Stock Chart Say

Going to the movies is exciting. But can it match the action by AMC Entertainment (AMC)? Starting the year of 2021 at 2 a share, AMC stock …
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Flite Golf & Entertainment Announces Its First Flagship Location, Atomic Range … – Yahoo Finance

Flite Golf & Entertainment Announces Its First Flagship Location, Atomic Range … – Yahoo Finance

LAS VEGAS, August 09, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Flite Golf & Entertainment (“Flite”), th…
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GTA 6 to set “creative benchmarks” for the “industry and for all entertainment,” says Take-Two CEO

Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two Interactive hopes GTA 6 will “set creative benchmarks for the series, our industry, and for all entertainment …
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Olivia Newton-John: Tributes as Grease star and singer dies aged 73 – BBC News

Tributes have been paid from around the world to Olivia Newton-John, who has died from cancer aged 73. The British-born Australian singer and actress was best known for playing Sandy in Grease, one of the most successful film musicals ever made. Her Grease co-star John Travolta said she “made all of our lives so much better” while its director said: “What you see is what you get with her.” An actress and musician, Newton-John achieved commercial success as a country singer and sold millions of records globally. But it was her role as high school student Sandy in the film Grease that catapulted her to worldwide fame. The musical was the biggest box-office hit of 1978, and gave Newton-John three huge hit singles, including You’re The One That I Want and Summer Nights, both performed with co-star John Travolta. And it was a catalyst for change in both her image and her musical direction – shedding her innocent, country-pop image. Following the news of her death, scores of fans, as well as famous figures from the world of entertainment, shared heartfelt messages and memories. Actress Stockard Channing – who played Rizzo in Grease – said: “I don’t know if I’ve known a lovelier human being. “Olivia was the essence of summer – her sunniness, her warmth and her grace are what always come to mind when I think of her. I will miss her enormously.” Singer Rod Stewart called her “the perfect lady, gorgeous, with great poise and with a certain Aussie sophistication”. “Her spandex trousers in Grease were my inspiration for my ‘Da ya think I’m Sexy’ era,” he added, referencing the iconic tight black outfit that she wore at the film’s finale. US television host Oprah Winfrey said her “positivity was just infectious”. “You’ll be missed, Olivia,” she wrote. “Here’s to the good times.” Travolta wrote on Instagram: “Your impact was incredible. I love you so much. We will see you down the road and we will all be together again.” “Yours from the first moment I saw you and forever!” he added, signing off: “Your Danny, your John!” The film’s director Randal Kleiser said he had been friends with Newton-John for 40 years and “she never changed, she was always exactly the way everyone imagines her”. “She was charming, lovely, warm… There are so many clichés you can say about her, but in her case it was all true.” Asked what his everlasting memory of her will be, he told BBC Radio 5 Live: “Hanging out with her at her ranch. Seeing the real Olivia which was exactly like the Olivia she projected. No cameras around, no people around… she was exactly the same and as loving as ever.” Didi Conn, who played Frenchy in Grease, told BBC’s Newsnight: “She was such a humungous, big, big pop star and her persona was of this beauty… pure and sweet. In the movie we would call her Miss Goody Two Shoes, you know, but simmering under that façade of innocence was a hot mama ready to come out.” Other tributes came from singers Kylie Minogue, who called her an inspiration, and Dionne Warwick, who called Newton-John “one of the nicest people I had the pleasure of recording and performing with”. Australian rock legend John Farnham, a long-time friend and with whom Newton-John released her final studio album, said she would be “greatly missed” and “behind that iconic smile was a tenacious fighter”. Olivia Moore, who is currently playing Sandy in Grease in London’s West End, broke the news to a shocked audience at the end of Monday evening’s performance. Newton-John was first diagnosed with cancer in 1992 and went on to become a leading advocate of cancer research. Her charity, the Olivia Newton-John Foundation, has raised millions of pounds to support research. In a statement, the hospital that runs the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness and Research Centre in Melbourne – which was opened after the star’s campaigning – said she “encouraged, inspired and supported” staff and patients every day. “We are incredibly grateful for the special relationship we had with Olivia for many years. Her generous support and gift provided hope and changed the lives of thousands of cancer patients… She was the light at the end of the tunnel for many, many people.” Her efforts in the field were recognised by the Queen, who honoured her with a damehood in the 2020 New Year’s Honours list. In a statement posted to her social media channels, Newton-John’s husband John Easterling said she had died on Monday, hailing her “a symbol of triumphs and hope for over 30 years, sharing her journey with breast cancer”. “Her healing inspiration and pioneering experience with plant medicine continues with the Olivia Newton-John Foundation Fund, dedicated to researching plant medicine and cancer.” Her father had been a British spy during World War Two. Her mother was the daughter of the German Nobel laureate, Max Born, and had fled with her family when the Nazis came to power in 1933. Her breakthrough came in 1971 when she released a Bob Dylan-penned track, If Not For You, which reached number seven in the UK charts and featured on an album of the same name. While critics never warmed to her audience-friendly style of music, the star forthrightly dismissed the reviews. “It annoys me when people think because it’s commercial, it’s bad,” she told Rolling Stone. “It’s completely opposite. If people like it, that’s what it’s supposed to be.” In 1978 she became a global star with the release of Grease. The film, set in the 1950s, told the story of Sandy’s summer fling with John Travolta’s Danny and the difficulties the relationship encounters. In the end the pair reconcile, with Sandy having transformed her appearance. In 2019, after being diagnosed with breast cancer for the third time, she was asked by CBS News how she coped. “It was consuming my day and after a time I went ‘you know what’, I need to enjoy my life so I’m going to eat a cookie if I want it,” she said. “Because the joy of life and everyday living has to be a part of that healing process as well. So I’ve chosen that path to be grateful and to feel good about things because the other side’s not so good.” Mining boss: ‘One person doesn’t have all the answers’ Video Mining boss: ‘One person doesn’t have all the answers’ © 2022 BBC. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read about our approach to external linking.
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Microsoft Apps – Entertainment – Microsoft Store

Microsoft Apps – Entertainment – Microsoft Store

Xbox Console CompanionEntertainment. 146K. Free. Get. Epic Games StoreEntertainment … Tubi – Free Movies and TVEntertainment.
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Oregon Culture Nights offer heritage, summer entertainment | Around the O

A series of summer evening events at the Museum of Natural and Cultural History showcases the rich …
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SM Entertainment confirms NCT 127 will be coming back next month; currently shooting new MV

NCT 127 will be making a comeback very soon!On August 8 KST, SM Entertainment responded to rumors that the NCT unit will be making a September …
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Travis Barker Conquers Fear of Heights on Adventurous Getaway With Kourtney Kardashian

Travis Barker Conquers Fear of Heights on Adventurous Getaway With Kourtney Kardashian

Travis Barker took to the treetops over the weekend on a high-flying adventure, admitting in a…
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Almost 50 firefighters attend scene at former entertainment centre in Portrush

Almost 50 firefighters are responding to reports of a fire at the Dunluce Centre in Portrush, Co An…
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UTA to host new kids entertainment licensing forum – Kidscreen

United Talent Agency (UTA) is hosting its first digital entertainment licensing forum this fall, wi…
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Brett Goldstein and Hannah Waddingham on Ted Lasso ending | EW.com

Brett Goldstein and Hannah Waddingham on Ted Lasso ending | EW.com

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: When was the first time you all heard the words Ted Lasso? Brett Goldstein swears he's not annoyed with his Ted Lasso costar Hannah Waddingham. It's early July, and the Emmy-winning duo — who are both nominated again this year — are sitting in the bar of the Maybourne Beverly Hills, thinking back to the days when they first found out about the now-beloved Apple TV+ series. Waddingham is about to speak when she catches Goldstein's eye and stops. “Why are you looking at me like you want to kill me,” she says with a laugh. Goldstein quickly replies, “That's just my face! You interpret that look any way you like, that's my face.” That face has served Roy Kent well as the big-hearted, hot-headed captain-turned-coach of the AFC Richmond soccer team at the center of Ted Lasso, a show about an American football coach (Jason Sudeikis) whose infectious optimism translates beautifully across sports (and international waters)… eventually. As team owner Rebecca, Waddingham has taken a character that, in season 1, was Ted's first major foe and turned her into someone viewers (and Ted) can't help but root for. Together, Goldstein and Waddingham are two parts of a massively impressive ensemble cast — the series earned 20 Emmy nominations for its second season, half of those for the actors — and they're smack in the middle of filming the show's third season. So it's safe to say they could use a few drinks (though these will be mocktails because they have an event later). HANNAH WADDINGHAM: I was called in for a meeting they said, “There's this football show,” and I immediately — before they'd finished their sentence — went, “Oh no.” Couldn't have less interest in football if I tried, which hasn't massively changed but there we are. I went for the meeting and I still didn't know what it was called and rather embarrassingly when I first met Jason [Sudeikis] I went, “What's it called?” And he went, “Uh, Ted Lasso,” and I went, “As in lassoo?” And I thought, “Oh my God, you sound like Mary Poppins. Just stop talking, say the script, and shut up.” GOLDSTEIN: Um, gentle stalking, no threats, just being near her, finding out her habits, you know. [Laughs] When I heard she was in the mix I was like, you have to get her because then I don't need to worry about this restraining order and whatnot. Here we are! WADDINGHAM: Because the first day of the read-through, suddenly there was this immaculately hirsute man in front of me, [saying] “I've literally seen everything you've been in.” GOLDSTEIN: I think I knew the original sketch because I'm a Tottenham fan and in the beginning Ted Lasso goes to Tottenham. I always had love for Ted Lasso. I was sort of annoyed that he was going to end up at Richmond and not go back to Tottenham but he did get fired and that was true to the story. So I actually heard of it long, long before. And then one day Bill Lawrence called me up and said, “What are you doing?” And I said, “I'm busy, what do you want?” GOLDSTEIN: Yeah, “I'm outside Hannah's house, what do you need?” I said, “She'll be home any minute!” [Laughs] And he said, “We're about to make this football show with Jason Sudeikis and I think you'd be great for it but you need to meet Jason and see if you get on.” Me and Jason had a FaceTime at like one in the morning for like an hour and a half and I just sort of fell in love. I was like, “I really hope this happens” and then it did. GOLDSTEIN: I think it was the scene where he bumps into Keeley [Juno Temple] in the car park at the end of [episode] 5 and scares her. It was around then I was like, “This is the guy.” GOLDSTEIN: Because all the time I kept thinking, “Could I do this? Could I do this?” It was around halfway through I thought, “I have to do this.” WADDINGHAM: For me, it was when it came out. I remember you and I having a little conversation about… WADDINGHAM: You and I were like, “It's been so nice, we've all got to know each other…” GOLDSTEIN: People didn't know how to get Apple TV. My parents didn't know, I didn't know. So I was like, even if it was amazing no one's going to watch it. WADDINGHAM: And then of course there's that thing of, once you see it all beautifully spliced together, you're like, “Oh my God, I'm in something that's really going to change things.” And especially when it kind of accidentally came out during the worst time in modern history, I remember watching it, because I don't like watching myself in things, so I was zipping through me, getting to all this lot and thinking, “Oh my God, for the first time ever I'm a fangirl of something that I'm in.” WADDINGHAM: That was here, this country. You, me walking along and being like, “Things have changed.” It was so odd, and especially if we walk around in any kind of pack. [People] usually start crying when they see me because they find Rebecca like, “Oh bless, [you've] got a mess of a life, well done.” GOLDSTEIN: The best interaction I've had is, we were in a different country and I was with Phil Dunster who plays Jamie and this American guy with his girlfriend came up to me and went, “Hey man, you know where I can get some drugs?” And before I was recognized for being Roy Kent, I used to always get asked for drugs because I look like I'm the guy you go to for drugs. And he went, “Can you sell me drugs?” And then he stopped and he went, “Man, you look like Roy Kent. Anyway, where can I get drugs?” [Laughs] Then he walked past Phil and he went, “You look like Jamie Tartt!” Then he walked back to his girlfriend and said, “These two drug dealers look like Roy and Jamie.” That was my favorite. Brett, was Roy's signature growl scripted or was that something you brought to the character? WADDINGHAM: And does it not bloody hurt? Because it sounds like it does. I don't know how you've never lost your voice with that. How do you do that? GOLDSTEIN: It's a real gift. [Laughs] I honestly don't know the answer to that growling question because I would hate to take any credit away from any of the writers. I feel like it started as a thing and then became a thing in the scripts but I could be wrong. GOLDSTEIN: I think what we do — certainly what Jason and me and Joe Kelly and Brendan [Hunt] and any writer who's there on set — we'll do almost like pre-improvising. We'll have the script and we'll talk before we shoot and then that becomes the thing that we shoot. We'll often shoot Jason last because then he will do some amazing s— that you're like once… WADDINGHAM: Which is actually quite annoying because you think, “Well I would've reacted differently to you now.” But it's so true about the pre-improv thing, you can feel that from the script. The one thing I always get involved with is anglicizing Rebecca to death. There'll be things like “I don't know, I guess,” and I just say “Absolutely not.” She doesn't talk like that, for God's sake. I think they've learned now to go, “Yeah, just do what you want with it.” [Laughs] GOLDSTEIN: The scene where Hannah's singing “Let It Go” and Jason has a panic attack. I am in that scene and I'm mouthing words but if you remove me from that scene, I was witness to that scene. Okay, if I can't have that scene, I'll have the scene when [Rebecca] confesses to Ted and he forgives her and they hug. I was there when they did the first rehearsal of it. I had a tear, we all did, it was f—ing amazing. GOLDSTEIN: Yeah, it was beautiful. That's when I was like, she's gonna win an Oscar and they don't even have Oscars for this. WADDINGHAM: The scene for me in season 1 was probably the one with Jason doing the whole left leg, right leg, all of that. WADDINGHAM: I am in it but I love what he does in it. And I also — I know I'm in this scene as well — but Jason's work on his anxiety attack I think is absolutely beautiful and could be so easily over-baked or under-baked, for that matter, but it was really a delicately thought out little… So Hannah, if you're not a big fan of watching yourself, will you go back and watch the series once it's fully done? WADDINGHAM: Maybe a long way down the line but I'm really, genuinely, in all seriousness, massively struggling with the end being imminent. Like deeply, deeply it sticks in my throat. GOLDSTEIN: I think I felt that way from the beginning. It's a thing called, something nostalgia, but it's like present nostalgia — you're loving something so much that while you're enjoying it you can't enjoy it because you're worried about it ending. That's how I felt from the beginning on this job. I'm so grateful for it, I love it, and I'm so sad that one day it will end and I think I've always felt that. Pathetic. [Laughs] WADDINGHAM: I would say across the board, like all the cast, all of us that are very much AFC Richmond together, I feel like we're all aware that we're in this beautiful, delicate jewelry box that we're never going to replace. It's a full Greyhound little island and we all treat it with precious, precious love and it is a very bloody happy ship, so that's difficult. And also, no longer walking next to your character, I really can't cope with that at all. Leaving her to do her own thing… I don't like it! WADDINGHAM: I vaguely know how it ends but it's entirely possible that Jason will have spun me a load of bullocks just to stop me talking about it. GOLDSTEIN: I told Toheeb [Jimoh] a long time ago how his character dies. [Laughs] Basically I was like, “You die by a helicopter.” And he was like, “Oh, I'm in a helicopter crash?” And I said, “No, you run into a still helicopter. It's not even on, you just run into it. And that's how you die.” [Laughs] No spoilers, but that's his ending. Trying to keep it spoiler-free, I'll ask you this, Brett: How many times did you cry writing the final season? GOLDSTEIN: Three. I was very tired. [Laughs] There's more deaths in this season, more helicopters. Speaking of season 3, when we pick up, how's Rebecca feeling? She ended the second season on a good note. WADDINGHAM: She did end on a good note. I think she ended on a confused note about Sam [Toheeb Jimoh] because there is an electricity and an ease between them but is she perturbed enough by the age gap to leave it behind or reignite it. Who knows? We shall see! But the biggest thing for me was, I was like, “Can she not be completely all together?” I don't feel like we've traveled with Rebecca all the way through this of her not knowing how to function to suddenly have her all collected so I was like, “If she takes a couple of steps forward, can she please take maybe three or four back instead of one?” And I'm pleased to say that she is as utterly clueless in her own life as before, as we all are really! WADDINGHAM: Also, I'd like there to be something more juicy with Keeley because that is so precious to me and Juno, that separate little family. GOLDSTEIN: No, listen, I think it's one of the ultimate saddest TV deaths of all time. But I think it will make him even more memorable. [Laughs] My bucket list was that there's major injuries in the final game and Roy has to come on and score the winning goal and they said, “That's ridiculous, get out, you're fired.” I said, “Wait, wait, wait! Wait till you hear what I got for Sam!” [Laughs] Check out more from EW's The Awardist, featuring exclusive interviews, analysis, and our podcast diving into all the highlights from the year's best in TV.
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Why AMC Entertainment Stock Was Popping Today | The Motley Fool

Shares of AMC Entertainment Holdings (AMC 8.03%) were climbing today as meme stocks came back into vogue. Traders on Reddit’s WallStreetBets (WSB) …
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TONIGHT Live Entertainment Chris & Dave August 8th @ 7pm | Boothbay Register

 AUGUST  8 Mon Chris & Dave 7- 10:00  9 Tue Jam 6 – 9:00 12 Fri Tickle 9 – 1:00 https://www….
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