The Black Phone Trailer: Ethan Hawke Is a Terrifying Masked Kidnapper in Blumhouse Horror

The next nightmare-inducing Blumhouse horror movie is here. Universal Pictures has released the first trailer for Scott Derrickson’s “The Black Phone,” set to hit theaters on February 4. Starring Ethan Hawke, the film follows an abducted boy locked in a basement stained with the blood of half a dozen other murdered children. In the cellar with him is a black, […]

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How Barcelona could line up under Mikel Arteta with Bellerin, Saka and Garcia as Arsenal manager is targeted

MIKEL ARTETA has been linked to the Barcelona job – and could bring a couple of Arsenal stars with him. According to Catalan radio station RAC1, the Gunners boss is on Joan Laporta's shortlist if he wins the upcoming club presidential election. Laporta, 58, will give Ronald Koeman the rest of the season before making a decision on his future. Barcelona […]

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University of California schools ‘inappropriately’ admitted at least 64 wealthy, well-connected students in the years before a college admissions scandal that embroiled schools all over the US

An audit found that the University of California school system "unfairly" admitted at least 64 students into their top ranking schools in the six years before the college admissions scandal.  Students were unfairly admitted to the University of California, Berkeley, the University of California, Los Angeles, the University of California, San Diego, and the University of California, Santa Barbara, based […]

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North Korea's Kim Jong Un visits typhoon-hit area after local officials threatened with 'punishment' over storm deaths

Report: Kim Jong Un transfers some of his powers North Korean leader transfers powers to sister as country faces economic disaster. North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un made a recent visit to an area in the Hermit Kingdom that was slammed by a typhoon, firing a top official there as communist party officials have warned other local leaders they must follow orders […]

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‘Under the Skin’ Duo Jonathan Glazer, Mica Levi Reunite for ‘Dancing Plague’ Movie — First Look

“Under the Skin” filmmaker Jonathan Glazer and his acclaimed composer Mica Levi are reuniting this month for “Strasbourg 1518,” a super-secretive short film commissioned by Artangel and the Sadler’s Wells dance company for the BBC Arts Culture in Quarantine series. The project is the second short film collaboration between Glazer and Levi after “The Fall,” which debuted last fall, and […]

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