Ryan Reynolds just broke some Hugh-ge news in the movie world.
The actor announced that Hugh Jackman will be reprising his role as Wolverine in the next “Deadpool” film, slated for September 6, 2024. cnn.it/3LUoMhO
Sammy Hagar talks to Rolling Stone about reaching out to Eddie Van Halen in the final months of his life.
"We didn’t try to bury any hatchets or apologize for anything. We just went right into how he was doing and he told me." INTERVIEW: rol.st/3UKgzR6
“The roughest flight of my career so far, I mean it. I have never seen the bunks come out like that. There was coffee everywhere.”
NOAA Hurricane Hunter Nick Underwood describes flying into Hurricane Ian early Wednesday morning.
Stevie Wonder's son Kailand Morris has made a name for himself in the fashion industry, working closely with @kanyewest and designing for luxury labels.
Now he's launching his own brand, with dreams of becoming "the youngest Black billionaire." STORY: rol.st/3SH6GSw
.@charlidamelio is rediscovering her love for dance. ❤️ The TikTok star and her sister @dixiedamelio stopped by the latest episode of PEOPLE Every Day to discuss #DWTS, season 2 of their Hulu series and the toll of being famous on social media. Listen now: peoplem.ag/36wHd8I
.@aristeguicnn habla con Audrey Azoulay @AAzoulay, directora general de la UNESCO @UNESCO_es sobre el rediseño de la política cutural tras la pandemia en Latinoamérica. Esta noche a las 10 p.m. (México), 11 p.m. (Miami) #MONDIACULT2022
Electrical workers in Cuba — where Hurricane Ian made landfall Tuesday — are focused on restoring electricity to the western region of the country.
The storm left the entire country without power and is responsible for at least two deaths. nbcnews.to/3UMaxQ1
Amazon unveiled 12 new gizmos today. Here are 4 that intrigued us—including the one that watches (senses?) you sleep: wapo.st/3dLLEU1
My takeaway? Amazon is working hard to find uses for so much home surveillance. It calls it “ambient intelligence"
Airlines canceled more than 3,800 U.S. flights scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday — including more than 3,200 at Florida airports — as powerful Hurricane Ian lurked off the Gulf Coast, according to flight tracking site FlightAware. wapo.st/3SnUrub