Here’s a quick way to get caught up on what’s going on in the world. Everyday B-105’s StattMan puts together a collection of news stories that might impact the average person in Cincinnati. In no particular order. Nothing political or to heavy, just good country fun.
Josh Gad Reunited The GHOSTBUSTERS
Lady Antebellum reveals they have met privately with the original Lady A and reveal they are ‘moving forward with positive solutions’
Bethel under curfew following protests, counter-protests
Did ‘Sopranos’ Creator Accidentally Admit Tony Soprano’s Dead
The only person who knows the real answer is David Chase, creator of the ground-breaking show, and he’ll never tell. But he might have slipped.
Chase was discussing the show with Alan Sepinwall, co-author of The Soprano Sessions.
“When you said there was an end point, you don’t mean Tony at Holsten’s [the diner] you just meant, ‘I think I have two more years’ worth of stories left in me,” Sopranos Sessions co-author Alan Sepinwall asked, according to USA Today.
Chase answers, “Yes, I think I had that death scene around two years before the end…But we didn’t do that.”
“You realize, of course, that you just referred to that as a death scene,” says co-author Matt Zoller Seitz said after the accidental reveal.
Realizing his mistake, Chase jokingly retorted back “F*** you guys,”
Construction worker using a portable toilet is blown over while still inside
Police find ‘haunted’ outdoor gym equipment moving by itself in the middle of night
Movement to rename Cincinnati’s landmarks
Were Cops Poisoned?
Three NYPD police officers were taken to the hospital on Monday night after drinking milkshakes at a Shake Shack in the city that they said had an unfamiliar taste, police officials told Fox News.
KFC Trolled The PS5 Launch By Releasing A Gaming Console Of Its Own
‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ On Course To Be First Major Movie Back Filming
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) February 25, 2020
Jurassic World: Dominion has been one of a handful of major studio productions on hold in the UK. The government gave the film and TV industries the go-ahead for production to re-start last month but there remain safety, practical and insurance issues to iron out as the UK slowly comes out of lockdown (schools, cinemas, pubs, restaurants remain closed).
All the studios have been working best they can on non-contact elements of their movies during the hiatus, including VFX work, storyboarding and planning for re-starts. We hear that construction crews are gearing back up now on a number of productions so don’t be surprised if this is the first of a string of announcements about movie re-starts.