Amazon announced Thursday that it will release “Welcome to the Blumhouse,” a program of eight genre films, on Prime Video. The first four films of the slate, all produced by Blumhouse Television and Amazon Studios, will launch in October, with the other half released in 2021.

The poster for the program of four films — “Nocturne,” “Black Box,” “Evil Eye,” and “The Lie” — promises “Four unsettling films. ...
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Amazon to Release Eight New Blumhouse Films on Prime Video | IndieWire

'Fast Times At Ridgemont High' Live Table Read Sets All-Star Cast With Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts, Sean Pen, Morgan Freeman And More
‘Fast Times At Ridgemont High’ Live Table Read Sets Jennifer Aniston, Sean Penn And More – Deadline

Anthony Michael Hall has apologized for going off on hotel pool guests in Austin, TX.
Anthony Michael Hall Apologizes for Berating Hotel Guests in Pool

"Christine" director Antonio Campos returns for his biggest psychological thriller to date.
‘The Devil All the Time’ Trailer: Pattinson, Holland Netflix Movie | IndieWire

The United States on Wednesday suffered the highest number of coronavirus deaths since mid-May, making it the deadliest day this summer.
US records deadliest COVID-19 day of summer with over 1,500 deaths | TheHill

The Iranian navy held the vessel for some five hours before releasing it Wednesday, said a U.S. military official.
U.S. says Iran briefly seizes oil tanker near Strait of Hormuz - POLITICO

A party with around 400 people was shut down at East Carolina University on its opening weekend, according to university police. 
Large party at East Carolina University shut down: campus police | TheHill

The bird ripped off one of the drone's propellers and sent it spinning to a watery grave.
Bald eagle attacks state of Michigan’s $950 drone, sends it to bottom of lake -

South Dakota is planning to build a $400,000 fence around the governor's residence following recommendations by security officials in response to unspecified threats against 
South Dakota to build $400K fence around governor's residence amid coronavirus criticism | TheHill

Progressive House candidate and Holyoke, Mass., Mayor Alex Morse’s supporters are calling for an immediate investigation into reports that allegations of inappropriate behavior were engineered by the University of Massachusetts Col
Morse supporters call for investigation into reports that allegations were engineered | TheHill

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday asked the Treasury Department to answer “significant questions” raised by President Trump’s executive order allowing a deferral of payroll taxes.
US Chamber asks Treasury to clear up 'serious concerns' about payroll tax deferral | TheHill

Los Angeles police are investigating the attempted “swatting,” or making a hoax emergency call to send heavily armed police to an address, of a local Black Lives Matter activist.
Police investigating likely 'swatting' after called to home of LA Black Lives Matter co-founder | TheHill


In an effort to paint Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) as a radical, Tucker Carlson insinuated on Wednesday night that she was in favor of employing affirmative action policies to COVID-19 medical equipment and vaccines.
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Talks on a new coronavirus relief package are going nowhere, increasing the likelihood that there won’t be a deal until at least September and the economy will be cut off from additional stimulus for weeks. 
COVID-19 relief talks look dead until September  | TheHill

Federal agents on Wednesday night reportedly deployed tear gas and less-lethal munitions at a crowd of protesters in Bend, Ore., who had surrounded Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) vehicles after two Mexican immigrants were detained.
Protesters block ICE from detaining two Mexican immigrants for 12 hours | TheHill

A crowd of several hundred anti-racism protesters in Portland, Oregon, some of whom set a fire and launched fireworks around the U.S. courthouse, mostly dispersed early on Thursday, police said after declaring the gathering a riot and firing tear gas at them.
Portland crowd disperses after confrontations at courthouse, police say - Reuters

Despite Covid-19 raging throughout the spring and summer, the president is giving himself high marks heading into election season.
As a grim fall approaches, Trump team feels increasingly confident - POLITICO


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