Thursday, May 25, 2017

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • Tom Cruise confirms that a "Top Gun" sequel is in the works. 
  • Ariana Grande has suspended her concert tour after a suicide bomber killed 22 people at her concert in Manchester, England. 
  • Late actress Carrie Fisher was supposed to be the leading force of the ninth film in the "Star Wars" saga, plans derailed by her sudden death last year, Lucasfilm Ltd president Kathleen Kennedy said in an interview published on Wednesday. 
  • The next season of "Game of Thrones" returns to HBO on July 16th. 
  • The NFL is changing their rules and will once again allow touchdown celebrations. 
  • Manchester police have arrested three more men in connection with the Ariana Grande bombing. 
  • The submarine that was made famous in the Tom Clancy 1984 novel "The Hunt For Red October," the USS Dallas, completed its final trip Monday morning when it arrived at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard for decommissioning. 
  • The critics are not being kind to "Baywatch" and were not amused by the new "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie. 
  • A false alarm at the Atlanta Braves/Pittsburgh Pirates game the other day at Suntrust Park caused a momentary panic... when an emergency message and flashing lights accidentally went off during the third inning. 
  • Nathan's and Curtis hot dogs are being recalled after metal shards were found in packaging. 
  • A report says robots could wipe out 40% of all retail jobs in the next ten years. 
  • Chris Cornell was cremated Tuesday and will be buried tomorrow in a private service at the Hollywood Forever cemetery in Los Angeles. His graveside will be made available to the public after 3pm local time. 
  • Danny Ainge's son Tanner is running for the House of Representatives from Utah. 
  • Chris Blue is the name of the latest winner of "The Voice." 
  • NFL Running Back Rashad Jennings and his pro partner Emma Slater won "Dancing with the Stars." 
  • Some of the medals athletes won at the Rio Olympics are apparently chipping and rusting. 
  • In Salt Lake City, someone stole a statue of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young worth $125,000. 
  • Katy Perry, Lorde, Lana Del Rey, Imagine Dragons, Shawn Mendes and The Chainsmokers are not bowing to the terrorists and are fully committed to performing in England this weekend at a huge festival. 
  • In Portland, Oregon, a man somehow managed to steal 800 pairs of shoes from a local Nike Store. 
  • The Beatles album, "Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" turns the big 5-0 next week. 
  • The feminine hygiene market has become a $12 billion business globally. 
  • Anthony Weiner's sexting scandal cost him a book deal. His ex is shopping around her book, and looking for around $2 million. 
  • "America's Got Talent" is being sued by a mom claiming that Tyra Banks "physically manipulated and verbally abused" her daughter, a contestant on the show. 
  • Lisa Spoonauer from "Clerks" has died, at the age of 44. 
  • Because NFL rules don't allow stadiums to host the Super Bowl in their inaugural year and because the new Los Angeles Stadium is running into delay problems, the 2021 Super Bowl that was supposed to be in Los Angeles is being moved to Tampa Bay. L.A. will now be in 2022. 
  • Amazon has opened its first bookstore in New York City. 

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