Summary of entertainment news: Explanation – Who could be held responsible for the murderous Houston gig? ; “Squid Game” Director Predicts Second Season Of Hit TV Show & More


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Explanation – Who could be held responsible for the murderous Houston gig?

More than a dozen lawsuits have been filed and a criminal investigation has been opened after eight people were killed and hundreds injured in an apparent wave of crowds at Travis Scott’s Astroworld festival on Friday. While details of what led to the deadly concert scramble are still emerging, here is an explanation of who could be held responsible for the incident:

‘Squid Game’ Director Predicts Second Season of Hit TV Show

The director of “Squid Game,” the South Korean dystopian television series on Netflix, said he was convinced the hugely popular show would return for a second season. “We are in talks for season two,” screenwriter and director Hwang Dong-hyuk said in an interview on Monday. “It’s all in my head. I have the base script, the general plan, so we’re in the brainstorming phase.

Paul Rudd jokes about being named “sexiest man in the world” by People magazine

Paul Rudd, the affable actor best known for playing “Ant-Man,” was named People magazine’s sexiest man on Wednesday, joining Idris Elba, George Clooney and Bradley Cooper. Rudd, 52, whose career dates back 30 years, seemed surprised by the honor, as did his wife.

Family of boy in coma after trampling Houston concert file complaint, lawyer says

A legal team including prominent civil rights lawyer Benjamin Crump said on Tuesday it filed a lawsuit on behalf of a father whose nine-year-old son is in an induced coma after being trampled on at the Astroworld festival in Houston.

The boy, identified in a statement by Crump only as “EB,” suffered life-threatening injuries during a weekend performance featuring hip-hop star Travis Scott that ended with eight people killed and dozens more injured in a stampede.

Alec Baldwin calls on police on film sets to monitor gun safety

As Hollywood considers new security measures after fatal shooting during filming of western movie “Rust,” actor Alec Baldwin said on Monday he believes film and television productions should hire police to monitor guns on the trays. Baldwin accidentally shot and killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on October 21 after learning that the gun he was rehearsing with on the set of “Rust” in New Mexico was “cold” or safe to use, according to the office. from the Santa Fe County Sheriff.

Lady Gaga’s ‘9-month romance’ to bring Gucci tragedy to the big screen

Lady Gaga brought her star power to London on Tuesday for the premiere of the drama “House of Gucci”, her second major film role for which she said she stayed in character for nine months to play the wife of Gucci. ‘a murdered heir to the Italian fashion dynasty. . Directed by Ridley Scott, the film, based on the book of the same name, features a star cast, including Adam Driver, Al Pacino, Jared Leto, Salma Hayek and Jeremy Irons, in a retelling of the notorious murder case that has shocked Italy and its fashion industry in the 90s.

Presenter Brian Williams to quit NBC News after 28 years – memo

American presenter and journalist Brian Williams will be leaving NBC News and MSNBC next month after nearly three decades with the company to spend time with his family, MSNBC President Rashida Jones said in a memo on Tuesday. Jones said Williams’ time on NBC was marked by posting countless major stories and attracting prominent reporters and guests to his programming.

MTV offers a glimmer of hope for Hungary’s harassed LGBTQ community

Hostility towards homosexuals and transgendered people has increased in Hungary since the government passed a law that critics called anti-gay, say patrons and performers at Budapest’s main LGBTQ bar. But a well-publicized gesture of solidarity with this community of broadcaster MTV, confirming after the law came into force in July that it would hold its Europe Music Awards in the city on Sunday, offers some hope.

The ‘Mona Lisa’ copy goes under the hammer for 210,000 euros at auction in Paris

A faithful copy of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa”, one of the most recognizable portraits in the world, sold for 210,000 euros ($ 242,634) at an auction in Paris on Tuesday. Auction house Artcurial had estimated that the copy, dating from around 1600 and looking surprisingly like the original, would sell for between 150,000 and 200,000 euros.

New Mexico filmmakers demand a change after “Rust” shoots

Some workers in the New Mexico film industry are demanding better film training and stricter gun regulations on set after the shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins who was shooting the western “Rust.” Direct spending by New Mexico’s film and television industry has doubled since 2015, along with crew hours on set, according to state data.

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