Dustin Diamond, the actor who played Screech in the 1990s television show “Saved by the Bell,” appeared in a Wisconsin courtroom Monday after posting bail on charges that he stabbed a man during a bar fight on Christmas.
“The Interview” was never supposed to be a paradigm-shifting film. But unusual doesn’t even begin to describe the series of events that transpired over the past few weeks, culminating in the truly unprecedented move by a major studio to release a film in theaters and on digital platforms simultaneously.
Three people were shot Christmas night while standing outside a corner store in Overtown.
Fans, some bitter others not, made their way to the AAA Christmas Day to watch the Heat take-on LeBron James’s team the Cleveland Cavaliers. One traveling fan, however, got more than just the thrill of watching the home team play against the former Heat star.
The film North Korea did not want you to see, will be shown in select theaters on Christmas Day.
“The Interview” was put back into theaters Tuesday when Sony Pictures Entertainment announced a limited Christmas Day theatrical release for the comedy that provoked an international incident with North Korea and outrage over its cancelled release.
Sony Entertainment, after receiving a terror threat against theaters, has canceled the upcoming Christmas Day movie release of “The Interview.”
An unclaimed Florida Lotto ticket worth $ 12 million is set to expire on Christmas Day.
Miami Heat fans will be getting a unique gift for Christmas this year, though there are some who would probably prefer a lump of coal.
Playing on Christmas Day is something that the Miami Heat has grown quite accustomed to over the past decade or so.