This is incredibly sad!
Last night, former President George H.W. Bush was taken by ambulance to Houston Methodist Hospital after experiencing a shortness of breath.
According to spokesman Jim McGrath, George W. Bush's father:
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We are so shocked and disappointed by this!
It looks like Carmike Theaters will not be alone in pulling The Interview from their schedules after threats of terrorism; according to Deadline, every major theater chain in America is following suit.
We are scared for the safety of the film's stars and terrified at the idea of another terrorist attack hitting U.S. soil, but we just don't know if this is the right call.
Whether the film is offensive to some or not, doesn't letting terrorists decide what we can and can't watch go against our fundamental freedoms?
We're just so sad to know that this kind of violent tactic worked.
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This is terrible.
The Carmike Theater chain, which operates 278 theaters in 41 states, is the first to cancel all showings of the film.
How awful. We are just torn up at the fact that these hackers have made such an impact.
We obviously want everyone to stay safe, but we just can't accept that giving in to the demands of terrorists makes us more secure.
If they get what they want, doesn't this set a dangerous precedent for others to make threats in the future?
We don't know the answer here, but we're just so sad that there are people in this world who would make these kinds of threats.
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Someone really doesn't want this movie to come out!
Following Tuesday morning's threats of 9/11 style terrorism attacks on movie theaters that screen The Interview, Landmark Theatres just announced that they have canceled the film's New York City premiere!
The stars shrugged off their personal leaks and lamented those of Sony's many employees.
But now that the hackers have gone from releasing info to full-on domestic terror threats, the comedy stars are getting serious.
Both Seth and James have reportedly cancelled all upcoming appearances up to Thursday's NYC screening of their movie The Interview.
The pair were scheduled to appear
This is just horrible!
The Sony hack has released all kinds of information, from unkind emails to the personal information of people who work there.
Well, this is a whole new level of seriousness.
The comedy pokes fun at North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un, which is leading people to believe that the country is behind the hacks, although they've denied it, while still praising the hackers.
The message reads:
This is so sad.
Sunrise anchor Natalie Barr broke down on air while reporting on the hostage siege in Sydney after discovering she knew one of the two victims. The gunman was also killed. Natalie broke down while relaying the identities of those who lost their lives:
"Katrina Dawson was the sister of a prominent barrister [lawyer] Sandy Dawson who has done some work for Channel Seven. I know (him) and have friends who know, she was a mother of three children. I'm just finding this out this morning."
Barr remained shaken for the rest of the report.
The two victims were lauded as heroes.
When Beverly Johnson's account of how Bill Cosby allegedly drugged her was first made public, we were just plain shocked. Now, watching her speak about it on live TV, we're even more haunted by her words.
Beverly courageously opened up to the ladies of The View about her audition for The Cosby Show that went horribly wrong.
According to Beverly, Bill had invited her to his New York City brownstone for dinner and then a cappuccino, which she alleges was laced with a knockout drug.
She said the drug took effect right away: