Las Vegas Valley filmgoers dismayed by possible Regal theater closures
ANOTHER VICTIM OF COVID MOVIE GOERS BIG DISSAPPOINTMENT
Local moviegoers expressed surprise and dismay Sunday at the possibility of temporary closures of Regal theaters in the Las Vegas Valley and across the United States.
Cinema chain Cineworld said Sunday it is considering temporarily closing all of its movie theaters in Britain and the United States after the postponement of the new James Bond film left a big hole in schedules. Cineworld Group PLC owns 543 Regal cinemas in the U.S. and 128 Cineworld venues in the U.K. and Ireland.
The cinema chain said it hadn’t yet reached a final decision. “Once a decision has been made, we will update all staff and customers as soon as we can,” it said.
Eagles’ Malik Jackson got away with hilarious cheat at the line of scrimmage
Football is a game of inches. No one knows that better than Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Malik Jackson.
NFL CHEATER OF THE DAY
In the closing minutes of the Eagles’ Sunday Night Football win against the San Francisco 49ers, Jackson tried to give the Eagles an advantage of several inches when the Niners were just a few yards from the end zone. After the referee set the ball, Jackson nudged it back with his foot like it was the most casual and normal thing for him to do.
His confession about being an ISIS executioner enraged Canadians.
Now police say he made it up
The details were gory and vivid, the emotion was raw, but Canadian police say 25-year-old Shehroze Chaudhry lied about being a foreign fighter for ISIS and in so doing, perpetrated a terrorist “hoax.”
Last week, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police charged Chaudhry, a Toronto-area man, with “Hoax-Terrorist activity” in relation to interviews that were published by “multiple media outlets,” according to a police news release.
DIPSHIDIOT OF THE DAY SHEHROZE CHAUDHRY
The RCMP did not provide further details about their allegations, noting only in the news release that Chaudhry “claimed he travelled to Syria in 2016 to join the terrorist group ISIS and committed acts of terrorism.”
Chaudhry declined to comment to media.
“Hoaxes can generate fear within our communities and create the illusion there is a potential threat to Canadians, while we have determined otherwise. As a result, the RCMP takes these allegations very seriously, particularly when individuals, by their actions, cause the police to enter into investigations in which human and financial resources are invested and diverted from other ongoing priorities,” said Superintendent Christopher deGale, of the RCMP’s Ontario Division of the Integrated National Security Enforcement Team.