Voyeur Rap For Man Who Used Drone To Spy – LINK
A 19-Year-Old Was Arrested for Assaulting People with Skittles – LINK
Florida man pointed laser at sheriff’s helicopter during state of emergency after Ian – LINK
Driver stopped for using phone is jailed for six years after huge cocaine stash found in car – LINK
A Cop Tried to Potty-Train His Kid by Throwing Him in Jail – LINK
The Best and Worst States for Summer Road Trips – LINK
‘Southwest Pre-Boarding Scam’: Passengers Fake Disabilities to Get Wheelchair Assistance – LINK
Madonna is home from the hospital but she’s still not feeling 100 percent. According to TMZ, the singer has been “vomiting uncontrollably since being discharged from the hospital,” and her bacterial infection is “still wreaking havoc on her body.” She reportedly can’t get out of bed at her New York City apartment, where she’s been recovering since being released from the hospital on Wednesday. Madonna had been in the ICU for several days after collapsing last Saturday. Her tour was set to kick off July 15th, but that’s seriously in doubt. Still, TMZ says that “no final decision has been made by her manager or agent.”
Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach has given his stamp of approval to Falling in Reverse‘s ballad remake of “Last Resort.” He tweeted, “Wow I am blown away. Honestly this one cuts deep. Right to the true emotion and depth of the lyrics. What an amazing cover Ronnie Radke. I’m trippin. We are humbled that this song, 20+ years later continues to be meaningful to so many.”
Michael Anthony tells the That Rocks podcast that he and Eddie and Alex Van Halen used to say David Lee Roth was bipolar.
The 66th annual Grammy Awards will take place February 4th, 2024 at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles. The show will air live on CBS and stream on Paramount Plus. The nominees will be revealed on November 10th.
Travis Scott will not be prosecuted over the stampede at AstroWorld that killed 10 and injured hundreds more. A grand jury has decided that, quote, “no single individual was criminally responsible.
Flea says if he could redo any Red Hot Chili Peppers album, it would be their 1984 self-titled debut. The bassist tells the L.A. Times, “I always regret the way we made the first one. I think the songs are really good. Our band was smoking at the time, but Jack [Irons] and Hillel [Slovak] quit, and we hired these two other guys: Jack Sherman and Cliff Martinez. Both were great musicians, but the connection just wasn’t as profound as we had with the guys we started with. I’ve often wanted to go back and re-record that album, but I can never talk anyone into it.’ As for what his favorite album in the Peppers catalog, Flea picks Blood Sugar Sex Magik. “But there’s a couple tunes on there I don’t think should have gotten on in retrospect. ‘The Greeting Song’ wasn’t good enough.”
Comedian John Mulaney was a writer on “Saturday Night Live” from 2008 to 2013. He says during that time, there were two guests that didn’t exactly have a positive reaction to his pitches . . . Josh Brolin and Mick Jagger. John says, quote, “Josh said, ‘Well, this isn’t funny!’ I was writing something and I started to walk him through it. And he went, ‘Yeah, no, but that, that’s not funny!’ And it was so matter of fact, I wouldn’t even call it the worst . . . “I found it very refreshing. It was early enough on Tuesday night that I didn’t proceed with it.” His interaction with Mick was less of an exchange. The joke he wrote for Mick, was, quote, “Hey everyone, I’m Mick Jagger, so mothers lock up your daughters . . . or should I say, daughters lock up your mothers.” John says all Mick said was, quote, “No, I don’t like that.”Watch his episode of “Hot Ones”
According to a report, Jamie Foxx is “still not himself” after suffering a mysterious “medical complication” in April. We still don’t know too many details about his condition, or what exactly happened. “He is getting the best care and working hard to recover right now, but he is still not himself,” the source said. “He has the tightest circle around him.” – LINK
Datari Turner, who co-produced the film with Foxx, had this to say: “He’s doing amazing. I promise you. Doing really, really good,” Turner added.
New Releases This Weekend:
In Record Stores:
The Hu‘s Rumble of Thunder: Deluxe Edition includes collaborations with William DuVall of Alice in Chains and Serj Tankian from System of a Down.
Charlie Watts‘ Anthology features the best of the late Rolling Stones drummer’s jazz work.
The Baseball Project, which features Mike Mills and Peter Buck of R.E.M., is back with its first album in nine years, Grand Salami Time.
“Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny“ (PG-13)
Harrison Ford is back as Indy for the last time. This fifth installment opens with a flashback scene from 1944 where Indy is captured by Nazis during World War 2. He escapes and takes a powerful time-traveling artifact with him called the Dial of Destiny, which has the power to change history. The “present” is set in 1969, with Indy ready to retire as a professor. His treasure hunting goddaughter, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, meets up with him and asks about the dial, which Indy says has been split into three pieces. When they go to retrieve the first piece, they face-off with Mads Mikkelsen, a former Nazi who now works for NASA. Mads is also in search of the dial to correct Adolf Hitler’s mistakes. It then becomes a race and battle around the world, so Indy can complete the dial and save history. It also stars Antonio Banderas, and the return of Karen Allen as Indy’s wife Marion and John Rhys-Davies as his buddy Sallah. Artificial intelligence was used to de-age Ford in the flashback scenes.
“Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken“ (PG)
Ruby is a shy 16-year-old Kraken who is desperate to fit in at her high school. When she breaks her mom’s rule about going into the ocean, she discovers she’s a direct descendent of warrior Krakens who protect the sea from evil mermaids.
She’s also set to inherit the throne from her grandma to become the Warrior Queen of the Seven Seas. Ruby soon learns that the popular new girl at school is an evil mermaid and must embrace her destiny to protect her loved ones.
Lana Condor (from Netflix’s “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”) voices Ruby, Toni Collette is her mom, Jane Fonda is her grandma, and Annie Murphy (from “Schitt’s Creek”) is the evil popular girl / mermaid.
AND FINALLY Ranker.com, these are the Top 20 most patriotic movies:July 4th weekend is a good time to kick back and watch a patriotic movie. According to voters on
- The Patriot (2000)
- Patton (1970)
The Longest Day (1962)
- We Were Soldiers (2002)
- Hacksaw Ridge (2016)
- Miracle (2004)
- Black Hawk Down (2001)
- Glory (1989)
- Gettysburg (1993)
Sands of Iwo Jima (1949)
- American Sniper (2014)
- Flags of Our Fathers (2006)
- Saving Private Ryan (1998)
Sergeant York (1941) Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)
- Lincoln (2012)
- Red Dawn (1984)
The Green Berets (1968)
- Top Gun (1986)
- Independence Day (1996)
AVClub.com put together a list of the best movie set in all 50 states, plus Washington D.C. Where the movie was shot wasn’t considered, only the story’s setting – LINK
1. California: “Vertigo”
2. Idaho: “Napoleon Dynamite”
3. Florida: “Scarface”
4. Delaware: “Fight Club”
5. Pennsylvania: “Rocky”
6. Connecticut: “Beetlejuice”
7. Nevada: “Ocean’s Eleven” (2001)
8. Illinois: “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”
9. Georgia: “The Color Purple”
10. Oklahoma: “The Outsiders”
11. Texas: “The Last Picture Show”
12. New York: “Do the Right Thing”
13. North Dakota: “Leprechaun” (???)
14. Indiana: “A Christmas Story”
15. Washington: “Sleepless in Seattle”
16. Iowa: “Field of Dreams”
17. Wisconsin: “Bridesmaids”
18. Utah: “127 Hours”
19. Colorado: “The Shining”
20. Massachusetts: “The Departed”