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  1. Alec Baldwin was told by the assistant director of the film that the gun was safe to use before the fatal shooting
  2. Lawyers speak out regarding possible murder charges against Alec Baldwin after horrific prop gun incident
  3. Alec Baldwin?s film ?Rust? has officially halted production for an ?undetermined period of time? after a fatal accident
  4. Santa Fe County Sheriff?s Office released a statement revealing that Alec Baldwin was the man that fired the gun
  5. More than 1,000 lots, made up of costumes, props and other items are expected to fetch more than 5.5 million pounds ($7.52 million) at the Nov 9-11 auction by film and television memorabilia company Prop Store.
  6. Every now and then, a movie comes out that stays with us long after the credits have rolled. But sometimes while watching such a movie, we are smitten by the props used by a character in it. Like Luke Skywalker's lightsaber or Captain America's shield or even the Zippo lighter used by George Clooney in 'Ocean's Thirteen' to trigger the dice that help him take the Casino down. You know what I am talking about, right? Props can be such an essential part of the narrative, as they convey so much more than just the time and place indicated in the story. They can be an indispensable part of a character in a movie, like Thor's Mjolnir. In this video, Walk of Flame by IMDb, property master and Head of Props for Marvel, Russel Bobbit talks about some of the most iconic props used in some of the most loved movies. Did you know the story behind the Zippo lighter used by Bruce Willis in 1980's action movie 'Die Hard' or the one used by Drew Barrymore in 'Charlie's Angels'? After watching this video, one thing's for sure – my Zippo lighter collection will grow tenfold!
  7. Shock rocker Marilyn Manson was rushed to a hospital and halted his tour Sunday after being crushed under a falling stage prop during a concert in New York. Manson's guitarist, Tyler Bates, indicated that the injuries were serious enough to stop concerts but were not life-threatening. The tour "is on pause for a minute. Heading home. Manson will be back in action soon," Bates, who is based in Los Angeles, wrote on Instagram Sunday as he posted a picture from an airport. The theatrical Manson is known for his violent imagery, but the crowd soon realized that the incident was no stunt and his show Saturday evening at the 2,200-capacity Hammerstein Ballroom in Midtown Manhattan. Video footage posted by several fans showed Manson singing his band's cover of the Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of These)" in front of a stage prop of two giant pistols pointing in opposite directions. After screaming out the line, "Some of them want to be abused!" Manson appears to try to climb onto the gun sculpture, whose backing ladder then falls over him. The band played on for about 20 seconds as crew raced on the scene. The venue then went completely dark as Manson was taken away. A representative for the singer said only that he was taken to a hospital. The incident is the second in as many days for the 48-year-old singer, whose real name is Brian Warner. On Friday night in Pittsburgh, Manson was nearing the end of his set when he slipped from the stage as he reached out to touch fans. Manson is seen in a video limping back and telling the crowd that he broke his ankle, although he appeared fully mobile a day later in New York. The injuries come as Manson prepares to release his 10th studio album, "Heaven Upside Down," on Friday. He has tour dates scheduled through December across North America and Europe. Manson, who generally paints his face hauntingly pale with heavy eyeliner, has frequently triggered controversy for dabbling in the occult. Past performances of the self-styled "Antichrist Superstar" have included ripping pages out of a Bible.
  8. BACKGROUND: Stormy clouds surround Big Ben in Westminster, central London, Britain, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne; RIGHT: British Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband walk into number 10 Downing Street after addressing the country in London, Britain, June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth LONDON/BELFAST: British Prime Minister Theresa May secured a deal on Saturday to prop up her minority government but looked increasingly isolated after a botched election gamble plunged Britain into crisis just days before the start of talks on leaving the European Union. Her Conservatives struck an outline deal with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) for support on key legislation. It was a humiliating outcome after an election that May had planned to strengthen herself ahead of the Brexit push. Instead, voters stripped the Conservatives of their parliamentary majority. As May struggled to contain the fallout, her two closest aides resigned. Newspapers said foreign minister Boris Johnson and other leading party members were weighing leadership challenges. But Johnson said he backed May. May called the early election in April when opinion polls suggested she was set for a sweeping win. He aides, Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, quit on Saturday following sustained criticism of the campaign within the party. Gavin Barwell, the Conservative lawmaker who lost his seat on Thursday and has experience working as a party enforcer in the parliament, was named the new chief of staff. The change was unlikely to significantly quell unrest within the party. Most of May's cabinet members have kept quiet on the issue of her future, adding to speculation that her days as prime minister are numbered. A YouGov poll for the Sunday Times newspaper found 48 percent of people felt May should quit, while 38 percent thought she should stay. More complicated The DUP, whose 10 seats in the new parliament give May just enough support to pass legislation, agreed in principle to a "confidence and supply" arrangement, Downing Street said. That means it will support a Conservative minority government on key votes in parliament without a formal coalition deal. A source close to the DUP said the party was seeking more funding for the province and concessions for former British soldiers in exchange for supporting May. Still, the deal with the DUP risks upsetting the political balance in Northern Ireland. It aligns London more closely with the pro-British side in the divided province, where a power-sharing government with Irish nationalists is suspended. The Observer newspaper said the DUP arrangement fell short of a full coalition agreement because of concerns among some Conservative lawmakers about the socially conservative DUP's positions on gay rights, abortion, and climate change. The turmoil engulfing May has increased the chance that Britain will fall out of the EU in 2019 without a deal. Previously, she said she wanted to take Britain out of the EU's single market and customs union in order to cut immigration. Her party is deeply divided over what it wants from Brexit. The election result means businesses still have no idea what trading rules they can expect in the coming years. EU Budget Commissioner Guenther Oettinger said it may now be possible to discuss closer ties between Britain and the EU than May had initially planned, given her election flop. "For instance, if London were to stay in the customs union, then it would not have to renegotiate all trade agreements," he told the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung newspaper. The pound on Friday fell 1.7 and 1.4 percent against the US dollar and the euro, respectively. After confirming on Friday that her top five ministers, including finance minister Philip Hammond, would keep their jobs, May must name the rest of her team, who will take on one of the most demanding jobs in recent British political history. May has said Brexit talks will begin on June 19 as scheduled, the same day as the formal reopening of parliament. She confirmed this to German leader Angela Merkel in a phone call on Saturday. She also reiterated that she would seek a reciprocal agreement early in the talks on rights of EU and British citizens, Downing Street said. Elmar Brok, a German conservative and the European Parliament's top Brexit expert, told the Ruhr Nachrichten newspaper that the two-year talks would now be more complicated. "May won't be able to make any compromises because she lacks a broad parliamentary majority," he said. 'She's staying, for now' Britain's largely pro-Conservative press questioned whether May could remain in power. The Sun newspaper said senior members of the party had vowed to get rid of May but would wait at least six months because they feared a leadership contest could propel the Labour party into power under Jeremy Corbyn, who supports renationalisation of key industries and higher taxes for business and top earners. Survation, the opinion polling firm that came closest to predicting correctly the election's outcome, said a new poll it conducted for the Mail on Sunday newspaper showed support for Labour now 6 percentage points ahead of the Conservatives. "She's staying, for now," one Conservative Party source told Reuters. Former Conservative cabinet minister Owen Paterson, asked about her future, said, "Let's see how it pans out." May had repeatedly ruled out the need for a new election before changing her mind. Labour stunned even its own supporters by taking enough seats from the Conservatives to deny them a majority. The Times newspaper's front page declared that Britain was "effectively leaderless" and the country "all but ungovernable". "The Conservatives have not yet broken the British system of democracy, but through their hubris and incompetence they have managed to make a mockery of it," it said in an editorial. If May is to honour the wish of the 52 percent of voters who opted last year to take Britain out of the EU, she must find a way to bridge the differences within her party. Its eurosceptic wing has long been a thorn in the side of Conservative prime ministers. On the other hand, pro-Europe Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said she wanted to be involved in "looking again" at Britain's aims for Brexit. Davidson was one of the few Conservative success stories in the election as the Scottish wing of the party won 13 seats. She has said she favours retaining the greatest possible level of access to Europe's single market. Davidson also said she had received reassurances from May that the party's deal with the DUP would not involve a rollback of gay rights. 'Get on with the job' Johnson's backing, nevertheless, dismissed reports that he might be planning a leadership challenge after May's 'bullet to the foot'. The Sunday Times and Mail on Sunday newspapers said that allies of Johnson were pushing him to challenge May for the party's leadership. "Mail on Sunday tripe ? I am backing Theresa May. Let's get on with the job," Johnson said on Twitter on Saturday.
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