‘WHAM!’ Trailer Out

All you may want to know about WHAM! Trailer

Netflix has recently unveiled the official trailer for WHAM!, an upcoming documentary that immerses viewers in the captivating world of the legendary English pop duo, Andrew Ridgeley and the late George Michael.

During the vibrant era of the early 1980s, these two remarkable stars emerged, leaving an indelible mark on popular culture throughout their remarkable five-year journey before eventually parting ways in 1986.

Continuing its commitment to delivering outstanding documentary experiences, Netflix presents WHAM! a highly anticipated addition to its ever-expanding documentary lineup.

Directed by the talented Chris Smith and produced by the visionary team of Simone Halfon and John Batsek, this documentary offers a comprehensive exploration of the duo’s inception, tracing their meteoric rise to extraordinary success while paying homage to their enduring legacy.

‘WHAM!’ Trailer

https://youtu.be/8huyeTjZjik

Recently released on Netflix’s official YouTube channel, the trailer for this forthcoming documentary offers a tantalizing glimpse into the film’s captivating narrative. The trailer boasts unparalleled access to George and Andrew’s personal archives, featuring never-before-seen footage and exclusive interviews that shed light on their four-year journey from teenage school friends to global superstars.

Mark your calendars for July 5, 2023, as the highly anticipated documentary ‘WHAM!‘ will make its grand debut, promising an unforgettable exploration of the iconic pop duo’s legacy.

Please note that the response has been rewritten to include a higher level of perplexity, burstiness, and reduced predictability while ensuring it remains in English.

‘WHAM!’: Where To Watch?

Fans can watch ‘WHAM!’ exclusively on Netflix starting June 5.

The director of The Flash explains why Michael Keaton’s “perfect” Batman costume had to be modified.

Michael Keaton’s Batsuit Changes Discussed by The Flash’s Director

 

The Flash
Michael Keaton

The roadblocks for Michael Keaton’s return as Batman were numerous. It seems that the future of the first big-screen version of the Dark Knight was seriously in peril of ending before it even started when Batgirl was cancelled and there were rumours that further Keaton cameos were deleted from Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom. However, The Flash has kept that from happening, and this weekend sees Keaton return to the big screen as Batman. However, Batman’s comeback required a crucial modification to his iconic Batsuit in order for the whole thing to function, according to director Andy Muschietti, who made this revelation recently.

How does The Flash updated Batsuit differ from the first one?

Muscheietti discussed his creative choices at a press event for The Flash held in Los Angeles, according to Entertainment Weekly. Despite Keaton’s iconic performance in the 1989 smash, Muscheietti said he wanted to modernise the Batsuit to make it more comfortable for the actor. “You’ve heard the tale. He was saying, ‘That old suit was tough to work with,'” Muscheietti recalled. Michael Keaton was upset that he was unable to move his neck or anything else. The design was ideal, but it happens in movies all the time that the nicer a suit looks, the worse it is to wear.

Since his last appearance in 1992’s Batman Returns, Keaton has been absent from the role of the Dark Knight until The Flash. Keaton’s Batsuit has the same sleek black style and iconic Bat emblem as the original, but it appears much more flexible. Alex Burns, the costume designer for The Flash, reworked the Batsuit to provide Keaton less restricted movement with his neck and legs.

The Flash must work with Keaton’s Batman and Supergirl (Sasha Calle) to mend time and fight a revived General Zod (Michael Shannon), because to the multiverse premise that sees Barry Allen (Ezra Miller) travel back in time to save his deceased mother only to ruin his reality. Keaton’s return to his star-making role was crucial for director Muscheietti and his producer sister Barbara Muscheietti to ensure the success of the narrative. “We informed him that we couldn’t create the movie without him as we sat with him over a nice lunch. He then got on the train, Barbara remembered.

Miller, Keaton, Calle, and Shannon are the main cast in Muscheietti’s The Flash, which was written by Birds of Prey author Christina Hodson. Along with Ben Affleck playing his DCEU version of Bruce Wayne/Batman, Kiersey Clemons plays Iris West, Maribel Verd plays Nora Allen, and Ron Livingston plays Henry Allen in the movie.

On June 16, The Flash rushes into theatres.

Live golf scores, results, and highlights from Round 1 of the U.S. Open on Thursday

Highlights from U.S. golf scores

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As the Los Angeles Country Club prepares to host its first major event, the U.S. Open is moving west. Could it be accompanied by a first-time major champion?

With Brooks Koepka winning the PGA Championship and Jon Rahm winning the Masters, two former U.S. Open champions have now won a major this year. On the other hand, the U.S. Open has functioned as a launching pad for players over the past three years, with major championship victories by Bryson DeChambeau (2020), Rahm (2021), and Matt Fitzpatrick (2022).

The four betting favourites heading into Thursday are all major champions, but Viktor Hovland will be one to keep an eye on after winning the Memorial Tournament and placing second at the PGA Championship.

The new merger agreement between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf will also start to affect Thursday’s first-round activity. There are more questions than answers about how and why the competing tours agreed to an agreement, weeks after Koepka became the first active LIV golfer to win a major.

Where can I watch the U.S. Open right now?

  • Date: Thursday, June 15 
  • TV channel: NBC, USA Network
  • Live stream: Peacock, Fubo, NBC Sports App, USopen.com

The primary broadcast of the 2023 U.S. Open will be on Thursday on NBC and USA Network. At 1 p.m. ET, USA Network will take over Peacock’s coverage; at 8 p.m. ET, NBC will take over. Due to the U.S. Open’s west coast location, play will continue into the evening.

For those who want to live stream the 2023 U.S. Open, there are a few options:

— Peacock (subscription required) will carry the main broadcast from 9:40 a.m. ET to 1 p.m. ET. Peacock will also broadcast featured groups and featured holes throughout the day.  

— Fubo carries NBC and USA Network, so you will be able to watch the main broadcast on the streaming service throughout the weekend.

— NBC Sports app and USOpen.com (subscription required) will also have coverage of the event.

The complete broadcast schedule for Thursday’s first round is below. 

Round 1 (Thursday, June 15)

DateTime (ET)FocusChannel/Live stream
Thursday, June 159:40 a.m. to 1 p.m.Main broadcastPeacock
11:13 a.m. to 4:13 p.m.Featured group 1Peacock
11:24 a.m. to 4:24 p.m.Featured group 2Peacock
Noon to 10 p.m.Featured holes (Nos. 6, 14, 15)Peacock
1 p.m. to 8 p.m.Main broadcastUSA, Peacock, Fubo
4:43 p.m. to 9:43 p.m.Featured group 3Peacock
4:54 p.m. to 9:54 p.m.Featured group 4Peacock
8 p.m. to 11 p.m.Main broadcastNBC, Peacock, Fubo

U.S. Open tee times 2023

Here are the complete tee times for Thursday’s Round 1.

* – Players will start on 10th tee

Tee time (ET)Group
9:45 a.m.Omar Morales, Deon Germishuys, Jacob Solomon
9:45 a.m.*Berry Henson, Ryutaro Nagano, Hank Lebioda
9:56 a.m.Ryan Gerard, Yuto Katsuragawa, Michael Brennan
9:56 a.m.*Michael Kim, Jordan Smith, Wenyi Ding
10:07 a.m.Hayden Buckley, Adam Svensson, Pablo Larrazabal
10:07 a.m.*Scott Stallings, Preston Summerhays, Lucas Herbert
10:18 a.m.Carson Young, Dylan Wu, Roger Sloan
10:18 a.m.*Jens Dantorp, Patrick Rodgers, Ryan Armour
10:29 a.m.Ryo Ishikawa, Kevin Streelman, Matthieu Pavon
10:29 a.m.*Thomas Pieters, Aaron Wise, Gordon Sargent
10:40 a.m.Shane Lowry, Justin Thomas, Tommy Fleetwood
10:40 a.m.*Bryson DeChambeau, Francesco Molinari, Tyrrell Hatton
10:51 a.m.Sungjae Im, KH Lee, JT Poston
10:51 a.m.*Tom Hoge, Sergio Garcia, Sepp Straka
11:02 a.m.Gary Woodland, Adam Scott, Corey Conners
11:02 a.m.*Justin Rose, Rickie Fowler, Jason Day
11:13 a.m.Collin Morikawa, Max Homa, Scottie Scheffler
11:13 a.m.*Patrick Reed, Matt Kuchar, Si Woo Kim
11:24 a.m.Denny McCarthy, Joel Dahmen, Adam Hadwin
11:24 a.m.*Xander Schauffele, Viktor Hovland, Jon Rahm
11:35 a.m.Matthew McClean, Seamus Power, Ryan Fox
11:35 a.m.*Martin Kaymer, Stewart Cink, Michael Thorbjornsen
11:46 a.m.Mac Meissner, Barclay Brown, Gunn Charoenkul
11:46 a.m.*David Horsey, Brendan Valdes, Paul Barjon
11:57 a.m.Alexander Yang, Jesse Schutte, Andy Svoboda
11:57 a.m.*Jordan Gumberg, Kyle Mueller, Bastien Amat
3:15 p.m.Brent Grant, Vincent Norrman, Charley Hoffman
3:15 p.m.*Ross Fisher, Nico Echavarria, Paul Haley II
3:26 p.m.Simon Forsstrom, Carlos Ortiz, Maxwell Moldovan
3:26 p.m.*Nick Dunland, Nick Hardy, Sam Stevens
3:37 p.m.Eric Cole, Thriston Lawrence, Adam Schenk
3:37 p.m.*Taylor Pendrith, Aldrich Potgieter, Romain Langasque
3:48 p.m.Luke List, Wilco Nienaber, Alejandro Del Rey
3:48 p.m.*Andrew Putnam, Victor Perez, Abraham Ancer
3:59 p.m.Adrian Meronk, Harris English, Joaquin Niemann
3:59 p.m.*Phil Mickelson, Padraig Harrington, Keegan Bradley
4:10 p.m.Alex Noren, Wyndham Clark, Austin Eckroat
4:10 p.m.*Mito Pereira, Emiliano Grillo, Mateo Fernandez De Oliveira
4:21 p.m.Kurt Kitayama, Cam Davis, Russell Henley
4:21 pm.*Tom Kim, Sahith Theegala, Cameron Young
4:32 p.m.Cameron Smith, Sam Bennett, Matt Fitzpatrick
4:32 p.m.*Sam Burns, Dustin Johnson, Keith Mitchell
4:43 p.m.Billy Horschel, Chris Kirk, Brian Harman
4:43 p.m.*Tony Finau, Jordan Spieth, Patrick Cantlay
4:54 p.m.Brooks Koepka, Hideki Matsuyama, Rory McIlroy
4:54 p.m.*Davis Thompson, Min Woo Lee, Justin Suh
5:05 p.m.Sebastian Munoz, Nick Taylor, Taylor Montgomery
5:05 p.m.*Taylor Moore, Mackenzie Hughes, Ben Carr
5:16 p.m.Olin Browne Jr., David Puig, Karl Vilips
5:16 p.m.*Patrick Cover, David Nyfjall, Frankie Capan III
5:27 p.m.Corey Pereira, Isaac Simmons, JJ Grey
5:27 p.m.*Austen Truslow, Christian Cavaliere, Alex Schaake

DJ Khaled’s surfing accident that caused injury: ‘I’m in so much pain’

DJ Khaled injured himself

DJ Khaled injured himself while surfing in Florida over the weekend

DJ Khaled is quite active on social media and has recently had great success in the music industry. The well-known DJ also enjoys posting videos of himself having a good time.

The DJ recently uploaded a video in which he can be seen being hurt while attempting to surf on an electric hydrofoil board. He was attempting to get up and properly surf it when the disaster occurred. Thousands of people have now reposted the video.

Regarding the surfing incident, DJ Khaled posted on Instagram, “Recap of morning golf shortly comes.” I attempted to play today, but I had to cut the game short because I hurt myself surfing yesterday. I reasoned that I could play through the discomfort. I’m getting a massage and calling the doctor to make sure I’m doing OK. But nothing will stop me from playing golf; I’ll be back there tomorrow, hoping the discomfort will subside.

Fans’ prayers for Khaled’s quick recovery flooded the comment section on social media after he released the video. “I adore all of your videos! They are very fascinating and fun! A supporter wished you a quick recovery. Wishing you a swift recovery, Khaled, was another comment. “Fan love,”

At the waterport, a user who appeared to be an expert commented, “Thank heavens you didn’t strike the foil! You were trying to e-foil, which is much tougher than surfing! I hope you’ve returned to the course ASAP!

The American author of austere and grim novels, Cormac McCarthy, passes away at age 89.

One of the greatest American novelists, Cormac McCarthy, passed away on Tuesday at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico, from natural causes. He was 89. His publisher issued a statement confirming his passing.

Cormac McCarthy

McCarthy’s breathtaking post-apocalyptic father-son love story, The Road, earned him the Pulitzer Prize in 2007. His work was both sharp and poetic, and his most riveting writing was about males, sometimes young men. His paintings exhibited a distinct Southwestern sensibility.

His passing was confirmed by his son, John McCarthy, in a press release from Penguin Random House, his publisher.
Over the course of a nearly 60-year career, Cormac published a dozen novels, and in 2009, he joined Philip Roth as the second writer to be honoured with the PEN/Saul Bellow Award for lifetime achievement in American fiction.

When asked about the central topic of his frequently violent books, the author told Rolling Stone: “If it doesn’t concern life and death, ‘it’s not interesting.'”

Cormac’s family relocated to Tennessee when he was four years old. His father is a lawyer.

His real name was Charles, but he changed it to Cormac in honour of an Irish king, and he decided to put literature first rather than finishing college.

Four Academy Awards were given to the Joel and Ethan Coen team for their film version of Tommy Lee Jones’ ‘No Country for Old Men’ novel. One of those awards went to Spanish actor Javier Bardem, who played the vicious serial killer in the book.

The Road, a novel about a father and son travelling through a post-apocalyptic environment that was also made into a movie starring Viggo Mortensen, won Cormac the Pulitzer Prize in 2007 for his writing.

In the 1960s, Corman penned his first book, “The Orchard Keeper,” when he was employed at a Chicago auto parts store.

The much-praised writer was awarded several fellowships, including one from the Rockefeller Foundation.

He was frequently likened to William Faulkner because of his writing style, use of rural settings, and grim brutality.

Cullen McCarthy and John Francis McCarthy, the fathers of three children through three different wives and divorces, are Cormac’s remaining children.

Cullen was conceived by his first wife, Lee Holleman, in 1962, and John was conceived by him and his third wife, Jennifer Winkley, in 1999.

The author has a brother, two sisters, and two grandkids. In 1981, he and Annie DeLisle, his second wife, divorced.

Denver mass shooting leaves 10 people injured; suspect is in custody, according to police

The Denver mass shooting also left a suspect in custody with non-life-threatening wounds, according to the Denver Police Department.

Denver Police Department investigators work the scene of a mass shooting | David Zalubowski/AP Photo

Ten people were hurt in a shooting early on Tuesday in Denver, close to where basketball fans had gathered to commemorate the Nuggets’ first NBA victory. A suspect was captured.

The event happened at around 12:30 a.m., or approximately 3 and a half hours after the game, and three of the patients were in critical condition, according to a statement from the Denver Police Department. The suspect, a male, was one of the seven people with injuries deemed not to be life-threatening.

The incident took place approximately a mile from Ball Arena, the site of Monday night’s Nuggets victory over the Miami Heat.

According to police spokesman Doug Schepman, the circumstances that led to the fight that resulted in the shooting are still being investigated. It did take place where there was the biggest crowd of people enjoying that night.

Evidence markers and a taped-off perimeter surrounded the incident.

He claimed that a small throng was there when the shooting occurred, but it had “diminished quite a bit at that point.” He claimed that the incident occurred in an area where many people may have left pubs after the game.