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Friday August 16th, 2019 night edition

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Early today, writer/director Neill Blomkamp (District 9) announced on his official Twitter account that he has exited MGM’s RoboCop sequel RoboCop Returns.

Instead, he’ll shoot a new “horror/thriller” that seemingly would happen first and MGM won’t be waiting around for him.

Alluding to another director will be announced in the near future as the studio wants to begin shooting soon.

Blomkamp hasn’t had the best luck with projects lately with 20th Century Fox suddenly ending Alien 5 during it’s development/pre-production stages.

This year was about to shoot Greenland starring Chris Evans only for him to pivot to RoboCop script development. »

Video of Conor McGregor Punching Old Man in Head in Whiskey Dispute

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Play video content Exclusive Conor McGregor uncorked a shot to the head of an elderly man in an Irish bar in a dispute over whiskey -- Conor's whiskey -- and TMZ Sports got this video showing the violence.

Conor walked in and lined up cups for bar patrons ... looking to buy a round of his Proper Twelve for everyone.

Conor placed a cup in front of him not once, but twice ... and he still refused. »

Shams Charania auf Twitter: "Los Angeles Lakers center DeMarcus Cousins has suffered a torn ACL in his knee, league sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium."

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Now Earning 278 Times More Than Average Worker, New Study Shows CEO Pay Has Grown More Than 1,000% Since 1978

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"You could cut CEO pay in half and the economy would not be any different," Mishel, a distinguished fellow at EPI, told The Guardian.

Chief executives earned an average of $17.2m each last year and their pay grew more than 1000 % since 1978, survey finds.".

"Corporate greed is eviscerating the working class," tweeted the consumer advocacy watchdog Public Citizen. »

Cool Roofs Can Help Shield California’s Cities Against Heat Waves

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The researchers predict that heat waves are likely to become two to 10 times more frequent across the state by mid-century.

Due to the urban heat island effect, air temperatures spike several degrees higher in cities than in surrounding vegetated areas.

Coating roofs white or installing sunlight-reflecting tiles in urban clusters could be one solution, according to the researchers. »