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Michael B. Jordan, Michael Shannon Set to Star in HBO's 'Fahrenheit 451'

Michael B. Jordan, Michael Shannon Set to Star in HBO's 'Fahrenheit 451'

The dystopian drama is based on Ray Bradbury's internationally acclaimed 1953 book depicting a future American society where books are prohibited, and special fireman are on standby to burn any that are found. Since then, there have been some attempts to produce a new adaptation; Mel Gibson notably held the rights to the book for his own adaptation, but abandoned the project in 1999.



New tests indicate sarin used in Syria attack

In a three-part report, the professor has concluded that the White House did not base its claims on "concrete" evidence and says that the attack could have been perpetrated by the rebel forces fighting against Assad's rule. Iran and Hezbollah, both bitter enemies of Israel, along with Russian Federation have sent forces to support Assad. Following Russia's intervention in September 2015, Israel and Moscow opened a hotline to coordinate military activity in Syria.


Melania gives Donald Trump subtle reminder during national anthem

Melania gives Donald Trump subtle reminder during national anthem

However Stephanie Grisham, Ms Trump's communications director, told CNN that Ms Trump deliberately kept the event smaller and less celebrity-studded than in past years. "As we renew this tradition, thank you for joining us", she said, clad in a high-collared, pastel pink dress. "I just want to thank first lady Melania Trump", he said.


Nintendo Switch outsells PS4, Xbox One in USA in March

Nintendo Switch outsells PS4, Xbox One in USA in March

We knew the Nintendo Switch was off to a good start, based on USA sales numbers from March NPD numbers, but now it appear that the young upstart console has broken Nintendo's expectations with more than 2.4 million units sold worldwide. According to the NPD Group, Breath of the Wild sold over 925,000 units for the Nintendo Switch - that's more copies of the game sold than consoles owned, which is a bit weird.



Patriots hit back at New York Times over White House tweet

Even before the Patriots responded, there was a big problem with the comparison. The five-time Super Bowl champion is returning to town Monday after a family vacation. He said a "family commitment" prevented him from attending the 2015 ceremony held by then-President Obama. HORSLEY: Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was not at the White House today.