Leicester City winger Demarai Gray has signed a new four-year contract to keep him at the English Premier League club until June 2021.The 21-year-old joined Leicester from Birmingham City in January 2016 and went on to help the team lift the 2015/16 Premier League title.”I’m very happy. Now I just want to kick on and keep doing what I’m doing,” Gray told the club website (www.lcfc.com) on Thursday.????Watch all of Demarai Gray’s goals in a City shirt… pic.twitter.com/tnDVDauYLX- Leicester City (@LCFC) November 2, 2017″I want to be starting games and, for me to be doing that, I have to work hard in training.”Gray, who has made more than 60 appearances for Leicester, scored his first league goal for the club in more than a year in new manager Claude Puel’s first game in charge, a 2-0 win over Everton last weekend.
With over 400 runs, Shubman Gill was the top run-getter for Punjab in the recently-concluded Vijay Hazare trophy. He could’ve scored more had Punjab qualified for the knock-outs. The 19-year-old was terribly disappointed but vowed to carry the good form while playing for India ‘C’ in the ongoing Deodhar Trophy.Gill smashed 106 not out off 111 deliveries on Thursday in the tournament to guide India ‘C’ to a 6-wicket victory over India ‘A’.”It (recent good run in domestic cricket) could have been better though. I had a good Vijay Hazare season where I got three half-centuries and one ton. Twice I got out in 80s, I regret not converting them into big scores. Two fifties and two hundreds would have been great to get,” Gill told India Today in an exclusive chat.”But there is a long season ahead after the ongoing Deodhar matches which will be followed by Ranji Trophy, then India ‘A’ tour and domestic T20s. I am preparing well for it and keeping myself fit. I have to keep performing to knock on the doors of the Indian dressing room,” he added.That Gill is on the national selectors’ radar after another Under-19 star Prithvi Shaw’s sensational Test debut is obvious. He, along with Manish Pandey, was called to be with Virat Kohli’s team during the final Test against the West Indies in Hyderabad. However, the match ended inside three days before Gill could even soak-in the dressing room atmosphere.”Yes, I didn’t get much time to spend in the Indian dressing room. Had a talk with the team management. They advised me to keep batting well and cash-in the opportunity whenever it arrives. My ultimate goal remains to play for the senior team and to sustain there. I want to win matches and trophies for India.”advertisementStories of how he and other young guns of Indian Under-19 and ‘A’ squads are deeply influenced by their legendary coach Rahul Dravid’s style of thinking can be found in abundance. Gill has his own way to show his gratitude.”I am deeply influenced by Rahul (Dravid) Sir. He has been with us for the last two years starting with the Under-19 Asia Cup in Sri Lanka and then the India ‘A’ tours. He understands my batting really well. He keeps on telling me that over a period of time, certain changes come in a batsman’s style which are not evident to the player himself and can only be identified by the one who is watching from outside.”Much before the England tour with the Indian ‘A’ team and after his heroics in the U-19 World Cup, Gill impressed everyone in IPL too, scoring over 200 runs in his debut season for Kolkata Knight Riders.”Playing IPL was great, we had some really experienced players in KKR including DK bhaiya (Dinesh Karthik). It was a learning curve as I interacted a lot with all the big names too. A youngster like me gains a lot of confidence by speaking with experienced players. I personally learn a lot when they share their experience with me. Also, I try to understand how a big player thinks and gain a lot of confidence from it.”While in the Punjab dressing room, Gill tries to get as much feedback from “Yuvi Pa” (Yuvraj Singh). He also knows that the India ‘A’ tour of New Zealand next month will be a huge opportunity to impress everyone.”New Zealand will be very important for me as even their ‘A’ team’s bowling attack is very good. Playing there and scoring runs will help me learn a lot more about performing against international teams in their own conditions.”Gill says he has a very small friend circle which helps him stay grounded even as the voices to include him in the national team have only grown louder in past few months, especially after Shaw’s selection.”I felt really great to see the way Prithvi batted in Test cricket. His aggression and fearless approach was amazing. It is a big thing to make a hundred on your Test debut and by playing in such a ruthless manner. We stay in touch and call each other off and on. Obviously, playing World Cup remains a dream for every cricketer. I will also try to do well and keep performing and if by any chance I do get an opportunity, then I will perform to the best of my ability.”Right now though, like the entire nation, the teenager is in awe of Virat Kohli’s swashbuckling batting.advertisement”His (Virat Kolhi) consistency and conversion rate is mind boggling. I don’t think that there has been any player who has played like this over the last few years. The way he is performing I am sure, he’ll break all records.”
Ezekiel Elliott is the favorite to win the NFL MVP award as a rookie at Bovada Sportsbook.Elliott entered the year as the favorite to win the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award. Now, the only question is if he’ll take the league’s highest prize. Bovada has updated its MVP odds, and Zeke is currently the favorite at +250, meaning a $100 bet yields a $250 payout.Tom Brady (+275), Matt Ryan (+500), Russell Wilson (+900), Derek Carr (+1000), and Dak Prescott (+1000) are the other favorites for the award. Here is the full list of bettable players, via Bovada:This is definitely the most interesting MVP field in a while. At the top, you have a rookie running back, a quarterback who missed a quarter of the season serving a suspension whose team went 3-1 without him, a player who probably didn’t get selected in a good chunk of fantasy drafts after a few down seasons, and a top QB who has been playing through injury for much of the year.There’s definitely an argument to be made for Brady, but it is hard to disagree with Elliott’s place at the top here, especially after his massive game against the Pittsburgh Steelers last Sunday. Elliott ran 21 times for 114 yards and two touchdowns, and caught two passes for 95 yards, including an 83-yard touchdown. More importantly, his two rushing scores came in the last six minutes of the game, with the game winning touchdown coming with just nine seconds left on the clock.For the season, Ezekiel Elliott has 1,005 rushing yards and nine touchdowns on the ground, and 250 receiving yards and a score through the air.
Promotional image from Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind courtesy of Kinosmith. Advertisement Twitter It was an event whose biggest name was supposed to be Bruce Cockburn, and which was suddenly the scene of surprise performances by Joni Mitchell and Neil Young (with a refusal by organizers to allow a visiting Bob Dylan on stage for fear of a riot – which almost happened anyway, just from Bob walking about). As word spread, security became busy on the shores intercepting people who tried to crash the event by canoe or rowboat. Advertisement Advertisement Toronto, ON – The documentary Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind opens in theatres across Canada throughout June – fittingly in places often ignored in Canadian movie release schedules, like Cobourg, Waterloo, Sudbury and Saskatoon.I heartily recommend the film if Gordon Lightfoot means anything to you. And judging by the clicks I received on a review I wrote after its debut at the Hot Docs film festival, Lightfoot fans are legion.But there’s a few minutes devoted to my personal favourite memory of Orillia’s favourite son (all apologies to Stephen Leacock fans). It’s a scene from the Mariposa Folk Festival in 1972 at the Toronto Islands, the highlight of my first visit to Toronto when I was 14. Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook
The Canadian Press OTTAWA — The amount Canadians owe relative to their income ticked higher in third quarter.Statistics Canada says household credit market debt as a proportion of disposable income was 177.5 per cent in the third quarter on a seasonally-adjusted basis. That compared with 177.4 per cent in the second quarter.In other words, Canadians owed nearly $1.78 in credit market debt, which includes consumer credit and mortgage and non-mortgage loans, for every dollar of household disposable income in the third quarter.Total credit market borrowing slowed for the third consecutive quarter as households borrowed $18.3 billion, down from $20.0 billion in the previous quarter.Mortgages posted a third consecutive quarterly decline as they decreased by $1.2 billion. Demand for consumer credit also fell by $500 million, while non-mortgage loans decreased by $100 million.The household debt service ratio, measured as total obligated payments of principal and interest as a proportion of disposable income, was 14.5 per cent in the third quarter, relatively unchanged from the previous quarter.
SYLVAN LAKE, Alta. — The Alberta Energy Regulator has ordered a company to suspend fracking operations at a well site linked to an earthquake that was felt in the communities of Red Deer and Sylvan Lake.Natural Resources Canada says the 4.6 magnitude earthquake occurred in central Alberta around 5:55 a.m. on Monday.The regulator says Vesta Energy Ltd. must suspend hydraulic fracturing operations at the site in order to protect the public and the environment. The highest gas bills in Canada about to get higher as East Coast production dries up From worn-out sandlot to ‘bursting with production,’ Texas monster field revives U.S. oil fortunes ‘Not out of the woods yet’: Alberta eases oil production limits as crude backlog begins to clear It says the Calgary-based company must submit a report of all seismic activity in the area since April and specific fracturing data for the well site from Jan. 29 to Monday.The regulator has also ordered Vesta to file a plan to eliminate or reduce future seismic activity from fracturing.Hydraulic fracturing involves pumping chemicals and sand underground to break up rocks to help get oil and natural gas flowing.“A Vesta representative contacted the AER through the 24-hour emergency response number at 06:20 a.m. on March 4, 2019, and informed the AER that seismic activity of magnitude 4.32 was detected due to Vesta’s fracturing at the site, and that Vesta had shut down the fracturing operation,” the regulator said in a release Tuesday.“All operations at the site are suspended immediately unless otherwise directed in writing by the director.”There were no immediate reports of damage but the community of Sylvan Lake said the power went out in most of the town Monday morning.Natural Resources Canada’s website says the tremor was classified as a light earthquake.Vesta officials could not immediately be reached for comment.The company’s website says its operates in the Joffre Duvernay shale oil basin in central Alberta and had 84 producing wells on-stream last year.“We strive to operate responsibly every day with as little impact to the environment as possible,” reads the website. “The health and safety of our employees, contractors and surrounding communities is of utmost importance and something we take very seriously.”
One woman was sent to hospital following a two-vehicle crash on Highway 6 near Jarvis on Wednesday afternoon.A vehicle was travelling north on Highway 6 at about 2:45 p.m. when the driver lost control and swerved into the southbound lane where it was struck on the side by another vehicle, police said.A 59-year-old woman, who was a passenger in the southbound vehicle, was transported to hospital for treatment.Highway 6 was closed between Haldimand Road 55 and Nanticoke Creek Parkway for about three hours.The investigation is continuing. Haldimand OPP ask anyone who witnessed the collision or may have any information to assist with the investigation to call 1- 888 – 310 – 1122.
by kendrafowler Posted Jul 18, 2015 6:26 pm MDT Discrimination continues against Twisted Element nightclub AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email The local gay bar Twisted Element has dealt with a lot over the years, from bricks being thrown at the building to death threats.Earlier this week, another incident occurred when an individual stole the pride flag that hangs outside the downtown establishment.Rayjean Fafard tells 660News, he came into work Thursday morning to find the pride flag missing and thought the wind might have knocked it down.He then took a look at the security footage and found out it was a targetted attack.“So, he had like a black bandana going right to his eyebrows and then a scarf going right over his nose, black gloves, black pants, like you name it, the guy is ready to go out and be, you know, a Ninja”, he said.Fafard says he is not surprised something like this has happened since they have been dealing with attacks since their opening.He will report the person to police, but explains the best justice is to keep his nightclub open, so homosexuals have a safe place to go.Fafard says the pride flag represents who they are and it’s something to be proud of. thetelegram.com
Both women worked as duty officers, employed as Foreign Office civilians in 1944.They are known to have been formally employed by the Government Code and Cypher School at Bletchley and worked in Hut 16. Inside an enigma: The Duchess toys with a German code machine captured during the Second World War Credit:Heathcliff O’Malley for the telegraph “You were very important,” the Duchess told her. “It’s lovely that it’s being celebrated. Your families must be very proud.”As she left she told the small group: “It’s a real honour to meet you.” The Duchess of Cambridge has spoken of her sadness that her grandmother felt unable to tell her about the important work she did at Bletchley Park during the Second World War.The 37-year-old opened up as she visited the estate near Milton Keynes on Tuesday to see a new exhibition celebrating the role codebreakers played in the D-Day landings almost 75 years ago.She said her grandmother had been “so sworn to secrecy that she never felt able to tell us” about her work as she was shown a memorial containing the name of her father’s mother and great-aunt, who also worked at Bletchley.Meeting four women who had worked as codebreakers, and are now in their 90s, she told them they must be “so proud” of their “very important work”, and shared her hopes that a new generation would celebrate them.It was a return visit for the Duchess, who went to Bletchley in 2014 to retrace the footsteps of her grandmother, Valerie Glassborow and her twin sister Mary. The Duchess looks at bricks dedicated to her grandmother, Valerie Glassborow, and aunt Mary GlassborowCredit:Heathcliff O’Malley for the telegraph The Duchess greets the crowd on her visit to the D-Day exhibitionCredit:Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Images Valerie Glassborow, who became Valerie Middleton after marrying the Duchess’s grandfather, Peter, in 1946 “It’s quite interesting how you’re all learning about coding at school, and now you can look back at how it first started,” she said.“At the time, they couldn’t talk about it could they?” she told Year Six pupils from Akeley Wood Primary School in Milton Keynes.“My granny and her sister worked here. It’s very cool. When she was alive sadly she could never talk about it. She was so sworn to secrecy that she never felt able to tell us.” The Duchess also spent time with four women who had worked at Bletchley recalling her “very special trip” in 2014.“It’s lovely that it’s being celebrated,” she said of their work featured in the new exhibition in the restored Teleprinter Building. “It’s super important. I was just speaking to the children next door and they were saying this [codebreaking task] is really complicated.“They have got a real appreciation of what you were doing.”Audrey Mather, a former teleprinter operator, told her: “We haven’t got together like this before. We don’t know each other even though we were here at the same time.” Elizabeth Diacon, 96, said she had arrived at Bletchley in 1944 believing it to be a “very important calling”. Meeting schoolchildren who were learning to program using enigma machines, she emphasised the lifesaving work of Bletchley staff during the war and encouraged them to learn more. As the Duchess was congratulated on her “beautiful family” she replied: “Thank you so much. Louis is keeping us on our toes. I turned around the other day and he was at the top of the slide – I had no idea.”She took home four cuddly toys, presented to her by pupils – a squirrel, fox, owl and rabbit for her children George, Charlotte and Louis, and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s new arrival, baby Archie. “They love wild animals,” the Duchess told the children. “They will look after these.”Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
Police are now investigating an attempted break and enter at the Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI) Chesney Office, Region Six (6).Reports are that the attempted robbery occurred in the wee hours of Wednesday.According to GWI, around 03:30h the security officer of the facility reported that he heard a sound emanating from the western side of the building.Upon inspection, he noticed a lone perpetrator in the compound next to the office. However, the man, upon being detected, quickly made good his escape.Further inspections carried out saw the window to the western side of the property opened.It was also observed that books and bags were on the floor, and checks at the back door, which is located on the southern side of the building, showed evidence of attempts to pry the door open.As such, an alarm was raised and the Police was alerted. The suspect is presently being hunted. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedGWI advises customers to only make payments at its officesJuly 8, 2016In “latest news”GWI concerned about verbal abuse towards meter readersJuly 29, 2015In “Business”Illegal mining affecting Mahdia’s potable water supply- GWIJuly 11, 2018In “Business”
Ciaran Treacy. Source: The Treacy family via RSATHE DEATH OF four-year-old Ciarán Treacy when a drunk driver smashed into his mother’s car “shattered” the lives of his family.The devastation didn’t end with the heartbreak of his mother Gillian and father Ronan.(They spoke last weekend of the impact of the crash – in which Gillian was also severely injured – on their lives.)This video, just released by the Road Safety Authority of Ireland just ahead of the Christmas season, chronicles the profound and terrible impact Ciarán’s death had on everyone who attended the scene and attempted to save his life. By Susan Daly 24 Comments Short URL Thursday 1 Dec 2016, 12:23 PM http://jrnl.ie/3113393 Dec 1st 2016, 12:23 PM 25,417 Views This heartbreaking video should stop drink drivers in their tracks this Christmas The parents of Ciarán Treacy remember the worst day of their lives – as do all who attended the four-year-old’s tiny body. Paramedic Christy Kelly: The screams of the family was unreal. ICU nurse Patrice O’Connell: I hope that I will never experience lifting a little boy’s body into his grieving mother’s arms ever again.Watch – and NEVER drink and drive. Source: RSA Ireland/YouTube‘Words cannot express the family’s anger’: Drunk driver who killed Ciarán (4) has sentence cut>‘He just grew quieter and quieter and then there was silence’: Treacy family share their heartbreak> Sgt Dave Lynam: To see the mother in the car, her legs crushed with the engine, two kids on the side of the road like that, one fighting for his life: it’s horrific. Nurse Mary Joyce: His little chest was tiny. You try your best to keep his heart pumping. Share2717 Tweet Email Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Need to know:Telematics can enable a more proactive approach to car maintenance.Black-box telemetry could also be used to encourage good driver behaviour and capture mileage data, leading to cost savings.As technology continues to advance, employers will need to consider how they communicate and engage staff with telematics. As the technology used in vehicles continues to advance and telematics systems become more sophisticated, what impact could these developments have upon company car schemes?Black-box telemetry can alert leasing providers to faults with a car, enabling a more proactive approach to maintenance, says Jonathan Smith, relationship director at Zenith. These cost savings can, in turn, be passed on to employers thereby adding further value to a scheme. “If we can intervene at an early stage rather than relying on the driver to react [to a fault] then we can generally manage it better, and deliver a better fleet management experience for organisations and for drivers,” he adds.Telematics can also be used to capture mileage data and encourage good driver behaviour, which can help to reduce fuel and other costs, as well as address duty-of-care and risk management issues.Employee engagementThe way in which such data is captured is also evolving. Toby Poston, director of communications and external relations at the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA), says: “Increasingly, you can do basic telematics from your smartphone, and it costs virtually nothing. Major change is coming.”Ease of use can help to engage employees with telematics. Kathryn Batchelor, manager, employment tax technology, tax and people services at KPMG, says: “Employees aren’t going to want to do something if it’s going to cause issues or extra hassle. You have to make it attractive to a driver so that they want to use it.”Interfacing mileage capture data from a telematics system with an organisation’s expenses system could save employees time, thereby incentivising them to use it, says Batchelor.However, at present, telematics is more commonly used in commercial fleets rather than perk fleets, says John Pryor, chairman at the Association of Car Fleet Operators (ACFO). This could perhaps be partially attributed to concerns around the perceived use of data, particularly when cars are being driven for private use.While data protection mechanisms would be put in place, considered communication would be required. As things currently stand, data concerns could have a negative impact on employee engagement with car schemes that are offered on a voluntary basis, says Evan Davidge, head of reward at Arup. “It’s a difficult message to get across,” he adds. “It does come down to the fundamental point: for what purpose is the data being used? That’s what people want to know.”Yet perceptions may be changing. “[Telematics] is seen as a far less intrusive tool now than it was five years ago,” says Zenith’s Smith.This could be down to the rise of the smartphone and individuals becoming increasingly accustomed to the ways in which data is captured and used, he adds.While mobile technology is now fairly ubiquitous across the generations, the communication piece around telematics may more easily engage younger employees that have grown up with smartphones and social applications. Furthermore, the younger generations coming into the workforce are more likely to have experience with telematics through black-box insurance policies, which can be seen as a more affordable option for safe young drivers than conventional cover.In the meantime, more traditional methods can be harnessed to help employers fulfil their duty-of-care responsibilities, reduce risk and encourage good driving behaviours. Danone, which has a company car plan and a car salary sacrifice scheme in place, provides drivers with training and education support. John Mayor, head of UK rewards at Danone, says: “Everyone who begins goes on a training course with the AA, we take them through a simulation and we do a licence check, as well as an insurance check for grey fleet.”Addressing future developmentsOf course, it is not just the capabilities of in-built and external technologies that are advancing, the very nature of cars is evolving. Tesla and Google are developing self-driving cars to bring to market; so how will that affect company car schemes? What are the duty-of-care implications? If an employee is involved in an incident with an autonomous vehicle, or if the employee is the one occupying the autonomous vehicle, who will be liable?“There needs to be [government] guidance for insurance firms, for leasing providers and for end-users that outlines what the future might look like,” says Smith. “We are going to be there soon. In fact, we are there already.”Indeed, in the Budget 2016, the government set out its ambition to establish the UK as a global centre of excellence in connected autonomous vehicles. This includes plans to trial driverless cars on the road network by 2017 and the launch of a consultation this summer on the removal of regulatory barriers to enable self-driving cars to use major roads in England. The future, it seems, is already here.
Comilla district police banned battery-run rickshaws and easy-bikes on important roads of the city from Monday, reports UNB.The rickshaws and easy-bikes will not be allowed to ply routes from Police Lines to Kandirpar, Adalat to Kandirpar, Sallahuddin Hotel to Kandirpar, Ranir Bazar to Kandirpar, Rajganj to Kandirpar in the city from Monday, police said on Sunday.Comilla district police administration took the initiative in order to reduce the increasing number of road accidents in the city caused by the battery-run rickshaws and easy-bikes.Following the sudden closure of the movement of rickshaws and easy-bikes on the important city thoroughfares, the city dwellers, common people, students and office-goers are suffering much since morning.Although the authorities concerned stopped providing the license of the battery-run rickshaws, easy-bikes, the number of these types of vehicles is increasing alarmingly day by day, according to the Comilla City Corporation and Auto-rickshaw Owners’ Association.Presently, around 7,500 illegal rickshaws and easy bikes are plying the city streets while the number of these kinds of vehicles was approximately 3,500 in 2013.The battery-operated rickshaws started movement in the city in the name of ‘Palli bikes’ with 4/5 hundred bikes in 2007.
Derrell Frazier poses with NBA commissioner Adam Silver at a Morgan State University event. (Courtesy photo)Derrell Frazier, 22, was born with a lot of reasons to feel hopeless and powerless.He was born to a father who went to prison when he was just two years old and a mother who was addicted to drugs and unable to care for her children. Frazier lived with his grandmother on the east side of Baltimore, along with his three other siblings. He attended a Title 1 city school that wasn’t making the grade.Frazier says that he saw a lot of negativity in his life. Today, however, he is in his junior year at Morgan State University where he is studying pre-law. He was the first in his family to graduate high school. He says the U.S. Dream Academy helped turn his life around.The Dream Academy is an after school and mentorship program that aims to keep at-risk kids on the right track.“The goals for the U.S. Dream Academy are threefold: skill building, character building and dream building,” said C. Diane Wallace Booker, the group’s executive director. “We really want to help our young people grow into ethical leaders.”“It gave us opportunities that a lot of us never even thought to do,” Frazier said. “Recreation, art, enrichment.”He said that the academy kept him off the streets and out of trouble. “It was kind of like a home away from home.”“A lot of my older relatives didn’t finish school,” he said. That meant that they weren’t always able to help him if he was struggling with homework. He said that the adults in the program worked hard to find creative ways to teach him and the other kids. They helped them learn instead of just lecturing. “You have old heads that tell you ‘this is what you need to do.’ They don’t even help you.”Mentorship is a major tenet of the program. Frazier’s mentor was a Johns Hopkins student named Nathan Maust.“My father wasn’t in my life,” he said. “He gave me a lot of advice. A lot of questions that you would have for someone who was older.”It wasn’t all work, either. The two also had fun together. They did things like playing sports and going ice skating. “I had fun,” Frazier said. “I’m happy that I got to meet him.”Wallace Booker said that the group is always looking for adults to mentor Dream Academy participants, especially during January which is National Mentoring month.“What we really care about is that there are positive adults. Mentors can come from all walks of life,” she said. She said some mentors commit to coming in every week, some bi-weekly and others periodically for certain programs.As for Frazier, he already has plans to be a mentor himself. He says he knows so many young people his age who are taxed with taking care of a house full of younger siblings and relatives. He said he wants them to know that their dreams are important – and achievable – too.“I used to be ashamed to tell my story,” he said. “I didn’t want to tell anybody where I was from. But my story is my testimony.”“Everybody was put on this earth for a reason. You have a purpose to fulfill. You have to figure out what makes you happy in life.”Learn more about the U.S. Dream Academy, including how to participate, by going to www.usdreamacademy.org
Stay on target Batman Loses a Dad Again, Another Ben Affleck Update & More DC Movie NewsSecret Aquaman Role, Wonder Woman’s Throwback Photo, & More DC Movie News Sad news out of the DCEU broke yesterday. Zack Snyder, director of the upcoming Justice League first reported by movie, is stepping down following the death of his daughter, Autumn. The director’s daughter committed suicide in March. The story was The Hollywood Reporter, whom Snyder told he would take some time off to be with his family.“In my mind, I thought it was a cathartic thing to go back to work, to just bury myself and see if that was the way through it,” Snyder said. “And in the last two months, I’ve come to the realization … I’ve decided to take a step back from the movie to be with my family, be with my kids, who really need me. They are all having a hard time. I’m having a hard time.”The studio is fully supportive of Snyder’s decision. Joss Whedon will take over post-production, editing, and reshoots on Justice League. Snyder had brought Whedon on earlier to write additional scenes for Justice League, which should make the transition about as natural as it can be. Whedon is already familiar with the story and tone Snyder wanted for the movie, and will likely do a fine job finishing what Snyder started. This will be Whedon’s first major role in the DCEU before he directs the upcoming Batgirl solo film.Justice League is still scheduled to come out on Nov. 17, 2017. Our hearts and thoughts go out to Snyder and his family.Ben Affleck as Batman in Justice League. (Photo: Screenshot via YouTube/Warner Bros.)Elsewhere in the DCEU, producer Charles Roven is confident that Ben Affleck will stick around to play Batman in Matt Reeves’s solo flick, Comic Book reports. After Affleck stepped down as director, rumors have continued circulate that he was stepping away from the project altogether. Roven says that, although he isn’t involved in The Batman, it doesn’t look to him like Affleck is going anywhere. He is still executive producing the movie, after all.“I have no feeling whatsoever except positive that Matt loves Ben and the work that he has done as Batman, and Ben thinks that Matt is a really terrific filmmaker. I have every expectation that they are going to make a movie together,” Roven said. He’s being careful not to confirm or deny anything for sure, as he’s not the closest person to the situation. But that last sentence, confidence that Reeves and Affleck will make a movie together is promising. Sadly, it probably won’t put the rumors completely to rest. This is the internet. But if you were one of the people worried about another Batman recasting so soon, hopefully, Roven’s response can put your fears to rest.Also on track to hit its release date is the standalone Cyborg movie. The DCEU has hit a few roadblocks along the way, especially when it comes to movies like The Batman and The Flash. When those movies started being delayed past their projected release dates, that didn’t instill confidence that any of the DCEU solo films would hit their dates. Especially since we haven’t heard anything about them.Cyborg star Ray Fisher attended the City of Heroes convention in the UK this weekend, and put any worries to rest. While the movie hasn’t started filming yet, Fisher did confirm that it is on schedule to hit its 2020 release. Confirmed at #coh3 today @rehsifyar in #Cyborg standalone movie is in the works and on schedule for 2020 release #borglife pic.twitter.com/MwaeOluVkO— ＤＣ ＷＯＲＬＤ (@_DCWorld) May 20, 2017Screenrant points out that the film would need to start shooting in early 2019 to hit its 2020 date. While it doesn’t have a writer or director attached yet, that is plenty of time to get both of those things, as well as a script together. Cyborg is a great character with a ton of potential for great stories. Hopefully, his movie stays on schedule, and we’ll be able to see more of him in just three short years.Finally, if you’ve been hoping to see Black Canary take the big screen, you’re not alone. Katheryn Winnick, star of History Channel’s Vikings, tweeted that she would like to play the character in the DCEU, and even started working on her own Canary Cry. That was back in March of 2016, but she hasn’t stopped hinting at her designs on the character in the year since. Been itching to try the Canary Cry.. I got my own version 😉 https://t.co/AXCm5DZtAF— Katheryn Winnick (@KatherynWinnick) March 9, 2016Just last Friday, she tweeted a mock-up of her as the character drawn by artist BossLogic. #FanArtFriday #BlackCanary pic.twitter.com/wZwO9yymcm— Katheryn Winnick (@KatherynWinnick) May 19, 2017DC has a ton of beloved characters and it’s no surprise that so many actors are itching to play them. Winnick would make a fantastic Black Canary, not just because of how cool that drawing looks. She definitely has the chops as far as acting is concerned, and she also has the martial arts training needed to make the character look good in action scenes. All superheroes need a significant amount of fight training, but Black Canary especially, given her martial arts focus. You can always tell when an actor actually knows how to fight vs. when they’ve been given simplified choreography, body doubles and lots of editing. We’ll have to wait and see whether this turns into anything, but hey… Think about it, Warner Bros.
Hubble Space Telescope Captures Star’s Eerie Gaseous GlowElon Musk’s Cheeky ‘Nuke Mars!’ Post Is Taking Over Twitter Stay on target There are parts of the world still without mobile service. But Nokia and Vodafone are bringing 4G coverage to the moon.The first cosmic cellular network will support a planned lunar landing by private space company PTScientists.Celebrating 50 years since Neil Armstrong’s small steps, the Berlin-based firm is scheduled to launch its Autonomous Landing and Navigation Module (ALINA) in 2019 aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.The capsule—designed to transport and land two Audi lunar quattro rovers—will also serve as an LTE base-station, allowing the smooth transfer of data and video back to Earth.“This is a crucial first step for sustainable exploration of the solar system,” according to PTScientists CEO Robert Böhme. “In order for humanity to leave the cradle of Earth, we need to develop infrastructures beyond our home planet.”The base station, fitted with Nokia Bell Labs’ space-grade ultra compact network, is expected to broadcast 4G using the 1,800 MHz frequency band. A live HD video stream of NASA’s Apollo 17 lunar roving vehicle landing site will be broadcast to the world.“This important mission is supporting, among other things, the development of new space-grade technologies for future data networking, processing, and storage,” Marcus Weldon, Nokia chief technology officer and Bell Labs president, said in a statement. “[It] will help advance the communications infrastructure required for academics, industry, and educational institutions in conducting lunar research.”A 4G network, according to Nokia, is far more efficient than the analogue radio signals currently in use.“The great thing about this LTE solution is that it saves so much power, and the less energy we use sending data, the more we have to do science,” Böhme said.Late last year, Donald Trump announced plans to send U.S. astronauts back to Earth’s satellite. Tech heavyweights Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos, meanwhile, are fighting their way to the moon via privately funded space firms.For more MWC coverage visit our sister site PC Mag. Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
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But while Newton is not putting up the kind of numbers that led to him being the MVP, the unique combination of size, speed, strength and passing ability that allowed him to reach that level before are still present.And that, according to the Cardinals, is worth worrying about.“Cam, obviously, had the concussion, but we expect him to be back and be back to his self where he’s running the ball between the tackles and scrambling with the ball and trying to create,” Cardinals defensive coordinator James Bettcher said Thursday.In the NFC Championship Game last season, which was the last time the Cardinals saw Newton, he threw for 335 yards and two touchdowns with one interception while running 10 times for 47 yards and two scores. The Cardinals had no answer for him then, and they see the same kind of player in the 6-foot-5, 245-pound quarterback now.“You realize that Cam Newton’s a monster when he runs the ball,” defensive lineman Calais Campbell said. “He’s a guy you have to account for on all downs because he can take off and run and hurt you. He’s an unbelievable talent and physical specimen, so this will be everybody has to have the mentality that we’re going to keep him in the pocket, keep him from running.” Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Comments Share The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo “I think Tom’s going to modify the cast a little bit so he can basically get his palm open and things of that nature to get a better feel as he’s punching, but he should be OK,” he said. “Guys have played with casts before on the offensive line, so it’s nothing new.”Patience is a virtueThe Cardinals’ struggles in the deep passing game have been pretty well documented, though their offense seems to be finding its way now that it has morphed into one that is based around running back David Johnson and the intermediate passing game.Goodwin said the deep shots are not there in large part because teams are not giving them opportunities, thereby forcing the Cardinals to take what’s underneath.“That’s where I think, one reason the running game’s been a little bit better, because we’ve been patient, David’s a good runner,” he said. “People are just not going to give us that — they know we live for the shot, and people are not giving it up anymore.“So, we respect that. Just got to beat them in other areas.”It’s been a process, but the Cardinals appear to have settled into their new style as an offense that pounds the ball via the run and methodically works its way down the field. The Cardinals used to be a team known for their passing game, and there may be some games where Palmer and the receivers lead the way. But for now, they are a team that wants to get the ball to Johnson, and when asked what led that to be the case, Fitzgerald laughed.“I think when your back gets 100 yards in total yardage every single week, I think it’s pretty obvious you’ve got to get the ball in the big dog’s hand,” he said. “Let him eat.”Follow Adam Green on Twitter FILE – In this Oct. 2, 2016, file photo, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton (1) runs out of the pocket against the Atlanta Falcons during the first half of an NFL football game in Atlanta. Newton has been cleared from the NFL’s concussion program and can play Sunday when Carolina visits New Orleans. The team said Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016, in a short statement that Newton had passed the league’s concussion protocol. (AP Photo/Rainier Ehrhardt, File) Of course that is easier said than done, and no matter how much the Cardinals aim to limit Newton’s running, most teams have found that very difficult to do. Because he’s taken such a pounding this season, there has been some talk about him perhaps trying to run a little less than he has in the past, if only to help keep him healthy and on the field.Newton had a season-low two rushing attempts against the Saints a couple weeks ago, in his first game following the concussion. Was that a sign of things to come? Maybe, though the Cardinals don’t expect to see a change.“As a running quarterback — like Cam Newton — he’s not the average running quarterback,” linebacker Chandler Jones said. “He’s strong, he’s big, he’s fast — you see him run guys over.”Jones added he’s seen Newton get banged up at times, but that it would be unwise to just assume he is not going to run the ball much.“You’ve got to account for his running ability, so you have to be ready for him,” he said.Injury updateThe official injury report can be found here, and of note for the Cardinals is that Michael Floyd (hamstring) did not practice for a second straight day, while both Patrick Peterson (ribs) and Jared Veldheer (finger) were upgraded to “limited.” Mike Iupati was upgraded from “limited” to “full.” “This year, you look in years past, I think the pass kind of set up the run,” receiver Larry Fitzgerald said. “Now, we’re a team that is going to try to bully you off the line of scrimmage. We’ve got a back that’s a premier back in the business and we’re going to get him the football and let him do what he does.“We’re going to feed off of that, and when we get our opportunities down the field, we’re going to take them. But I think the dynamic of kind of how we are is changing, but it’s based on the personnel.”The new style requires a level of patience that may not have been there in the past, and Fitzgerald noted how QB Carson Palmer has done a great job not trying to force the ball into tight coverage down the field. Goodwin, however, pointed out how it’s not like the team doesn’t look for deep shots, as there are routes for them on pretty much every pass play.“It’s just what does the coverage dictate, and I just think we’re being disciplined, and as a coach, especially me, when I talk in front of the offense, just saying, ‘hey, take what’s there and live another day if it’s not there,’ because we’ve got a lot of playmakers and just get somebody the ball, they’ll make something happen.” As for John Brown (hamstring), the receiver was limited for a second straight day as the team still figures out how to deal with his sickle cell trait, though offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin said he looked fine.“It was just good to finally find out what’s wrong with him,” he said. “Obviously between him and the docs and Tom (Reed), they’ll get it figured out how he needs to practice every week. But I expect him to be out there.”Veldheer’s fingerAs noted above, Jared Veldheer practiced Thursday, albeit with a cast on his right hand due to a fractured finger. It’s not an ideal situation, but Goodwin is confident the left tackle will be able to go.“He’s done some things with it so far to get used to it, but he should be fine,” Goodwin said. “It’s going to be a little bit of a limitation, but most of our protections we’ve got guys sliding one way or another, so he should get a little bit of help that way. But other than that, he’s going to be on his own — he’s got to hold up.”Goodwin noted that where Veldheer is most likely to be affected by the injury is in pass protection, and it will important for the player to be disciplined in how he sets up and where he puts his hands. But in terms of being able to punch, the cast should not be an issue. TEMPE, Ariz. — There is no secret about what Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is capable of.The reigning NFL MVP, this season Newton has completed 57.8 percent of his passes for 1,296 yards with eight touchdowns and six interceptions, while also adding 148 yards and three scores on the ground. He missed the Panthers’ Week 5 against Tampa Bay due to a concussion, and overall has not been close to the same player he was last year. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories
Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling TEMPE, Ariz. — Planning for a one-win Raiders team this week or the now-nine-win Chiefs squad last, the Cardinals must game-plan with the same priority in mind: protecting rookie quarterback Josh Rosen.Physically, they haven’t.Down two starting guards after the injury to right guard Justin Pugh, Arizona’s offensive line allowed five sacks and 13 hits on the first-round pick in a Sunday loss to Kansas City. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires LENDING A HELPING HANDRosen wasn’t just talking about helping prop up his teammates on Wednesday.He opened his media availability requesting people to take action to help victims of the California wildfires that have taken the lives of more than 40 people.“If anyone here wants to help, go to my Instagram. Donate. It’s really bad and a lot of people need help,” he said.Rosen said he hasn’t been directly affected but friends and family in the Los Angeles area have taken in victims of the fire.“I don’t really like the prayers for them,” he said. “It’s about them. It’s about diverting actual resources. It’s not trying to make it about us.” Only Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson has faced more pressure this season than Rosen, according to ESPN, and Arizona finds itself walking the fine line of putting their franchise QB through the ringer without risking his long-term health.What helps them when stepping too far over that line?“I like Rosen because he’s tough,” said Raiders coach Jon Gruden on Wednesday.Related LinksCardinals ink cornerbacks David Amerson, Leonard JohnsonPFF ranks the Cardinals’ O-line last in the NFLThe Consensus Week 11: Hanging with KC doesn’t help Cardinals’ rankingsCardinals place OL Justin Pugh on IR for season, release S Eddie PleasantIt’s not just this year that’s challenged Rosen, who in nine games is already two offensive coordinators deep into his career.UCLA’s offensive coordinators changed like a game of musical chairs while Rosen was in college. He won titles in high school and as a Bruin played for losing teams in 2016 and 2017, often times behind injury-hit offensive lines. Rosen has also fought off injuries himself, most of which stemmed from taking too many hits.In all that, he’s been through quite a few ups and downs before.“It’s about consistency. You kind of want to be a rock for other guys who may be looking for something, some sort of steadying force, I guess you could say,” Rosen said.“I think I’ve learned a lot in that. It’s how you react which affects others’ performance.” Arizona head coach Steve Wilks said that’s allowed Rosen to take on more of a leadership role, even as he’s working through growing pains himself in completing 56 percent of his passes for six touchdowns to eight interceptions.“He’s gotten to the point now to where — I don’t really want to use the word calling guys out — but he’ll set the tone out there and he doesn’t mind getting on guys when needed,” Wilks said.The rookie is carrying himself with that confidence that had the Cardinals enamored with him in the draft.“It’s not even just like … good and bad body language. It’s all about feeling a situation out,” Rosen said. “If you’re that same guy every single day, when you change a little bit one way or the other, for a purpose, (teammates will) be like, ‘Woh, he’s a little different today.’”Oakland can feel Rosen’s and Arizona’s pain through a 2-9 start. It has a veteran quarterback in Derek Carr completing a career-high 72 percent of his passes behind a banged up offensive line that is arguably worse off than Arizona’s.And from that standpoint, the risk of developing a young quarterback behind poor protection becomes more concerning if you listen to Gruden, who before returning to the coaching ranks this year dabbled in ESPN film rooms with NFL quarterback prospects. Top Stories (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 1 Comments Share “I’m sure they’re going through the same thing we’re going through trying to get Derek Carr going in his fourth system in five years,” Gruden said before listing off the number of different starters along the Raiders’ offensive line.“I’m not going to sit here and worry about Arizona’s problems. We’ve had our own. It makes it tough whether you have a rookie quarterback, a veteran quarterback or a Hall of Fame quarterback. It’s tough, especially when you’re in the first year in a system.”But Wilks believes the Cardinals have been smart with their rookie.He likes what Rosen has experienced, from his debut in the heart of a close second half against the Bears, facing a blitz-heavy Vikings squad on the road, leading a rally against the 49ers and then showing fight at Arrowhead Stadium this past week.But how much failure and how much physical beating can — or should — a young quarterback take before that experience threatens their future?There is some risk from a mental aspect, according to Gruden.“I think it can give him a lot of different, I think, interpretations of how to handle situations,” Gruden said. “Some coaches might say check to a running play, some coaches might say check to a passing play, some coaches might say don’t check at all — just throw a hot adjustment in to the flat. There’s just a lot of ways of doing business.” Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
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