Topshop heiress Chloe Green is reportedly having a baby with “hot felon” Jeremy Meeks. Green is the daughter of billionaire Sir Phillip Green, a high-roller dubbed the “British Donald Trump” who’s known for partying with celebrities like Kate Moss, Beyoncé, and Leonardo DiCaprio. The heiress has been making headlines for years, appearing on a reality show, launching a fashion line, and socializing with celebrities – including her ex-boyfriend Marc Anthony. Topshop heiress Chloe Green is making headlines after reports surfaced that she is having a baby with the “hot felon.” The 27-year-old heiress and Jeremy Meeks, the 34-year-old model who became famous after his mug shot went viral, are expecting their first child together, Us Weekly reported on Monday. Green is no stranger to fame. As the daughter of billionaire Sir Philip Green – the … [Read more...] about The fabulous life of Chloe Green, the 27-year-old Topshop heiress who parties with Beyoncé and Paris Hilton and is reportedly having a baby with the ‘hot felon’
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By JOHN KOBLIN The New York Times Mon., March 26, 2018 Known for its bold designs and its big marketing campaigns, Apple relishes its status as a dominant force in the corporate world. So it was noteworthy when one of its executives, Eddy Cue, struck a note of humility during a discussion earlier this month at the South by Southwest conference in Austin, Texas. “We don’t know anything about making television,” said Cue, a senior vice president who oversees the team in charge of the company’s original programming initiative. “So what skills does Apple bring to that? And the viewpoint is: very little. There’s other things we bring. We know how to create apps, we know how to do distribution, we know how to market. But we don’t really know how to create shows.” As Cue’s words suggested, Apple’s new venture has taken the company far from its Silicon Valley comfort zone and thrust it into alien territory: Hollywood. … [Read more...] about Will Apple’s new Hollywood venture have a happy ending?
By Rosie DiManno Sports Columnist Fri., March 16, 2018 CLEARWATER, Fla.—Semi-dressed at his locker, with his back turned, Teoscar Hernandez looks like he’s suffering from some grotesque tropical disease. It’s only the multiple circle imprints from cupping, the suctioning treatment for sore muscles and possibly the only thing that New Age health loony-tune Gwyneth Paltrow has in common with baseball players, embracing the traditional Chinese holistic therapy. Hernandez hastens to explain that he’s not muscular-achy. “I think I sleep on top of my arm. This helps me get looser.” While pangs and twinges have befallen a cluster of Blue Jays at the final turn of spring training, there is absolutely nothing wrong with the 25-year-old, apart from a nagging case of jam-itis. As in too many outfielders and only four jobs coming out of Florida. One does wonder: What does the poor mook have to do to make Toronto’s 25-man roster? Article … [Read more...] about Outfielder Teoscar Hernandez sending Blue Jays a powerful message
Apple‘s push into original TV programming is set to explode – at some point in the near future. The company had a brief, initial run of shows last summer with the release of the unscripted series “Planet of the Apps” and “Carpool Karaoke.” But Apple drastically shifted its course in June when it hired former Sony Pictures Television presidents Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg to head its original programming. Since then, the company has announced the production or development of 12 original, scripted series – including a biographical drama on NBA all-star Kevin Durant’s youth, and its first animated show, from the creator of “Bob’s Burgers.” None of those 12 upcoming series has a release date yet. Here are the 14 original shows that Apple is producing in its massive push into TV: UPCOMING: “Amazing Stories” caption Steven Spielberg’s original “Amazing … [Read more...] about The 14 original shows Apple is producing in its massive push into TV
By Glenn Whipp Los Angeles Times Sun., March 4, 2018 Over the past two years, most everyone has applauded the motion picture academy’s decision to add nearly 1,500 new industry professionals as a long-needed step toward diversifying the group’s ranks. But the ever-increasing enrollment has created one small problem: It’s almost impossible to get a ticket to the Oscars these days unless you’re willing to beg or engage in some serious wheeling and dealing. The Oscars have always been the toughest ticket in town, and, as the academy has promised to keep adding new members in an effort to double the number of women and minorities in its ranks by 2020, the seating inventory will be squeezed even tighter with each passing year. “Unfortunately, it’s only going to get harder,” says an academy spokesperson who was not authorized to speak on the record about ticketing. Article Continued Below The reason is simple math. The Dolby … [Read more...] about Who gets invited to the Oscars? ‘It’s only going to get harder’