“We only made it this far because of Bernadette Caulfield, the greatest producer alive,” Benioff said. Caulfield, an executive producer for the show, isn’t as familiar to fans as Benioff or Weiss or actors like Emilia Clarke (who plays the dragon queen Daenerys Targaryen), Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) and Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister). But for those people, she is the real star of “Game of Thrones.” “She’s the beating heart of our show,” Clarke said. “The woman that I want to grow up to be like,” Turner said. “The true Mother of Dragons,” Headey said. “The single best thing that ever happened to the show,” Benioff and Weiss wrote in a joint email. Even as writers and showrunners have become celebrated in this age of intensely dissected series, television is still made mostly by the unsung — all those names in the credits that turn the scripts into actual television. This is especially true for … [Read more...] about ‘Game of Thrones’: Meet the Woman Who Is the ‘Best Thing That Ever Happened to the Show’
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Netflix isn’t the only streaming giant adding something new for April. Hulu and Amazon Prime Video have released their lists for everything you can catch this month. Amazon is welcoming back original series "The Tick" for its second season on April 5. Hulu will be releasing a new season of it's "Into the Dark" series with "I'm Just F**king With You" on April 1, along with "Ramy" on April 18. "Mid90s," Jonah Hill's directorial debut, will be available April 18 on Amazon, along with the "Blade" trilogy and "Beetlejuice" on April 1. Hulu is truly the most impressive with its April offerings. The streaming platform will carry comedies, "Scary Movie 2" and "The Cable Guy," as well as horror films, "The Shining," and "Halloween H20: 20 Years Later." Softer dramas "Practical Magic," "Jersey Girl," and "The Time Traveler's Wife" will also be coming to the platform. Both streaming services will welcome "The Addams Family" and its sequel, "Addams Family … [Read more...] about Hulu and Amazon in April: Everything to watch on the streaming platforms
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper DealBook | DealBook Briefing: Inside Facebook’s Huge Data Giveaway to Its Big Tech Brethren DealBook Supported by Dec. 19, 2018 Good Wednesday morning. GSK and Pfizer announced that they’re merging their consumer-health businesses. More on that below. (Was this email forwarded to you? Sign up here .) How Facebook let Big Tech peers inside its privacy wall Facebook let some of the world’s largest technology companies have more intrusive access to users’ personal data than it had previously disclosed. That’s according to an investigation by Gabriel J.X. Dance, Michael LaForgia and Nicholas Confessore of the NYT, based on 270 pages of Facebook’s internal documents and interviews with more than 60 people. The breadth of the data-sharing was vast. “Facebook allowed Microsoft’s … [Read more...] about DealBook Briefing: Inside Facebook’s Huge Data Giveaway to Its Big Tech Brethren
Editor’s Note: Ten days after this story about the death of Laura Levis was published on BostonGlobe.com, the leaders of Somerville hospital’s parent company, Cambridge Health Alliance, met with her husband, Peter DeMarco, at the Globe’s Boston office. DeMarco, who had talked about the story on NBC Nightly News and other outlets, had asked CHA nearly a month earlier to answer questions about his wife’s death. * * * SEPTEMBER 16, 2016, 4:23:59 A.M. 911 operator: “This line is recorded. Where is your emergency?” Laura: “I’m at Somerville Hospital.” 911 operator: “I’m sorry. Where are you?” Laura: “Somerville Hospital.” 911 operator: “OK, what’s the emergency?” Laura: “I’m having an asthma attack. I’m dying.” 911 operator: “Whereabouts are you at the hospital?” Laura: “Emergency room.” 911 operator: “OK.” Laura: … [Read more...] about Laura Levis was left to die outside an ER. Why were the doors locked?
Richard Feloni, provided by Published 1:38 pm CDT, Friday, November 2, 2018 Business Insider/Jessica Tyler Stanley McChrystal is a retired four-star general in the US Army who led America's Joint Special Operations Command and NATO's forces in the War in Afghanistan. In his new book "Leaders," he explains how revisiting reverence of Confederate general Robert E. Lee helped convince him that our conception of leadership is too reliant on mythology. Leaders and followers both need to remove the pedestal we give to people in power, he said — and this insight made him rethink his own legacy. He told us what he learned about leadership from his enemy in Iraq, Al Qaeda leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, as well as what he learned from his forced resignation following a "Rolling Stone" article. When General Stanley McChrystal began working on his memoir after retiring as a four-star general in 2010, he realized that his perception of himself as a leader was different from … [Read more...] about After treasuring a painting of Robert E. Lee for 40 years, General Stanley McChrystal threw it away and began to question the leaders he admired