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Does The Babysitter: Killer Queen Director McG Have Plans For A Third Movie?

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Spoilers ahead for The Babysitter: Killer Queen. Don’t read on if you haven’t seen McG’s second installment in the over the top slasher franchise.

Narratively, The Babysitter: Killer Queen does seem to leave some narrative threads for a third movie to pull from. The sequel saw Cole and newcomer Phoebe (Jenna Ortega) saved from the blood cult, as Samara Weaving’s Bee got a redemption arc of her very own. And in the mid-credits scene, the opportunity for a threequel is teased.

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A Farmer Goes To War With Big Oil In ‘The Devil Has A Name’ Trailer

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It’s David vs. Goliath.

On Friday, the trailer for the new true-life drama “The Devil Has a Name” starring David Strathairn and Kate Bosworth debuted.

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“Widowed, broke and adrift, farmer Fred Stern (Strathairn) finds a new purpose in life when he learns that a multi-national oil company has been polluting his water,” the official description reads.

“But as his crusade against the powers that be spills out of the courtroom and into his personal life, Fred must find a way to avoid the ruin of his farm, his family and his dreams. Inspired by bizarre, true events, ‘The Devil Has a Name’ pulls back the curtain on the culture of greed that poisons Corporate America, from sea to polluted sea.”

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Directed by Edward James Olmos, the film also stars Katie Aselton, Haley Joel Osment, Alfred Molina, and Martin Sheen.

“The Devil Has a Name” is set for release in theatres and on demand October 16.





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NYU Student Confronts Cops Not Wearing Masks in Subway. They Respond by Calling Him ‘Karen’ — WATCH

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An NYU student confronted two police officers in the subway about why mask rules don’t apply to them and posted it to his TikTok account where it has gone viral. The encounter came one day after the Metropolitan Transit Authority began fining riders $50 for not wearing masks.

“Does the fine apply just to me or to you guys if you don’t wear a mask? I’m just curious.” asked Mihai Ciocan.

“It states that as long as you can maintain six feet of distance, you don’t have to wear a mask. If you want to step within six feet of me, I’ll gladly put on the mask. You’re the one who approached us so would you mind keeping your distance?”

“You should probably wear a mask during a global pandemic,” said Ciocan, pointing out that the officers are standing less than six feet from one another.

“You’re the person who calls someone. Alright, Karen?” the other officer replied, walking away. “You’re like the male version of Karen. “Have a nice day. Take care, Karen.”

Replied Ciocan: “Thank you for your service sir. Thank you for protecting us during a pandemic.”

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Ciocan spoke to NBC New York: “I just thought that it was shocking that they’re going to flaunt it the second day.”

NBC New York reports: “Back in June, Gov. Andrew Cuomo told police officers, who were often seen without a mask during protests and other encounters, to also follow the mandate. But other New Yorkers say they continue to see cops on duty without face coverings. ‘It sends a message that they’re above the law, they can do what they want and they don’t care if they’re hurting people,’ said Ken L. of Brooklyn Heights. In a statement, the NYPD tells NBC New York that it’s important officers are reinforcing best health practices and wearing a mask for their own safety. The department went on to say they’re doing spot checks of officers throughout the system.”

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Seth Meyers Tells Trump to F–k Himself Over Blue States Coronavirus Comment

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President Donald Trump this week sought to take credit for the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed more than 197,000 residents nationwide. “If you look at what we’ve done and all of the lives we’ve saved. … this was our prediction, that if we do a really good job, we’ll be at 100,000 to 240,000 deaths,” Trump said, standing in front of a pair of graphs at the White House on Wednesday. “We’re below that substantially. We’ll see where it comes out. But that would be, if we did a good job. And that’s despite the fact the blue states had tremendous death rates. If you take the blue states out we’re at a level that I don’t think anybody in the world would be at. We’re really at a very low level.”

Unsurprisingly, the callous remark left Seth Meyers feeling particularly irate. “As someone who lives in one of those states and knows people affected by this virus, I would just like to say, go fuck yourself, you rotting, soulless business ham,” Meyers said on Thursday’s episode of Late Night.

“But sure—if you just take out all the people that died, then you did a great job, dude,” Meyers added. “By the same token, if you take out all his albums, Kid Rock has had a fantastic career.”

Trump and his administration have apparently long sought to keep the national response to the coronavirus pandemic split down political lines. In July, the Washington Post reported the president was swayed to start taking the health crisis more seriously after advisors “began presenting Trump with maps and data showing spikes in coronavirus cases among ‘our people’ in Republican states.”

That same month, Vanity Fair reported exclusively that Jared Kushner, a senior White House advisor and Trump’s son-in-law, had allegedly scuttled plans for a nationwide coronavirus testing apparatus in part because of where the virus had hit. “The political folks believed that because it was going to be relegated to Democratic states, that they could blame those governors, and that would be an effective political strategy,” one source said. (The White House denied that claim.)

In public, meanwhile, Trump has frequently admonished blue states. “The Democrat-run states are the ones that are doing badly,” the president said during a town hall this week.

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