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Impact suffer 4th straight loss against Real Salt Lake

Impact suffer 4th straight loss against Real Salt Lake

Recap Impact suffer 4th straight loss against Real Salt Lake Montreal's Issey Nakajima-Farran shown red card in 65th minuteThe Canadian Press Posted: Jul 25, 2014 12:25 AM ET Last Updated: Jul 25, 2014 12:50 AM ETOlmes Garcia leads Real Salt Lake over Montreal Impact 0:55Related StoriesBOXSCORE: Impact-Real Salt Lake TEAM PAGE: Real Salt Lake TEAM PAGE: Montreal Impact Olmes Garcia scored his first two goals of the season to help Real Salt Lake beat the 10-man Montreal Impact 3-1 on Thursday night.Real Salt Lake (8-4-8) won for the second time in its last nine games, while Montreal (3-11-5) lost its fourth straight.Real Salt Lake opened the scoring in the third minute when Luke Mulholland hammered in a deflected corner kick.Montreal tied it when Hassoun Camara rolled the ball inside the far post in the 31st minute.Montreal's Issey Nakajima-Farran was shown a red card in the 65th minute after a studs-up tackle of Chris Schuler.Real Salt Lake responded five minute later when Garcia headed home a cross from Javier Morales. The duo paired up again in the 93rd minute. Report TypoSend FeedbackComments on this story are moderated according to our Submission Guidelines. Comments are welcome while open. We reserve the right to close comments at any time.Submission PolicyNote: The CBC does not necessarily endorse any of the views posted. By submitting your comments, you acknowledge that CBC has the right to reproduce, broadcast and publicize those comments or any part thereof in any manner whatsoever. Please note that comments are moderated and published according to our submission guidelines.
Hey TV.com, Should I Watch WGN America’s Atomic-Bomb Drama Manhattan?

Hey TV.com, Should I Watch WGN America’s Atomic-Bomb Drama Manhattan?

With nearly every TV network, streaming-video service, YouTube user, and probably even the CIA creating original programming these days, it's understandable if you occasionally find yourself overwhelmed by the question of what to watch. What do you view live? What do you DVR? What do you save to binge on later? What do you skip all together? It's a difficult road to navigate, which is why we like put together these handy new-show previews. Next on the docket is WGN America's second original series, the atomic-bomb drama Manhattan: Is the brand-new period piece explosive and compelling, or is it a big misfire? Read on to find out!Manhattan, so this is another show about the Big Apple?Nope! Good guess, though. The title refers to the Manhattan Project, America's top-secret research-and-development initiative to create the world's first atomic bomb in the 1940s. Set in Los Alamos, New Mexico—a city that exists on no map—the series explores the personal and professional lives of a team of scientists who spend their days developing the bomb, but don't really know the true extent of what they're tirelessly working on, or how it might be used. Meanwhile, they're racing to beat Germany to the punch, as well as competing against several other teams of scientists who're working on their own versions of the bomb. And because they're forbidden from telling their families what they do all day, their lives in Los Alamos, as you might expect, are full of secrets and lies.Who stars in Manhattan? And who invented the show?Manhattan stars Tony Award-winner John Benjamin Hickey (The Big C) as lead scientist Frank Winter, Olivia Williams (Dollhouse) as his wife Liza (who's also a scientist, but not involved in the project), and Daniel Stern (Home Alone!) as Glen Babbitt, who acts as a mentor for Frank's team.They're joined by Ashley Zukerman (The Pacific) and Rachel Brosnahan (House of Cards) as married couple Charlie and Abby Isaacs, who arrive in Los Alamos in Manhattan's series premiere and find themselves thrust into a world of deception.Rounding out the cast are Katja Herbers (a ton of stuff in the Netherlands) as Helen Prins, the lone female scientist in Frank's group; Alexia Fast (The Secret Circle) as Callie Winter, the 16-year-old daughter of Frank and Liza; Harry Lloyd (Game of Thrones) as ambitious British scientist Paul Crosley; and Christopher Denham (The Following), Michael Chernus (Orange Is the New Black), and Eddie Shin (Men of a Certain Age) as scientists Jim Meeks, Louis "Fritz" Fedowitz, and Sid Liao, respectively.Manhattan was created by Sam Shaw (Masters of Sex), who also serves as one of the show's executive producers. Thomas Schlamme—the myth, the man, the legend responsible for the "walk and talk"—will direct and executive-produce.When does the first bomb drop?Manhattan premieres Sunday, July 27 at 9pm on WGN America.Who might enjoy Manhattan?Manhattan looks and feels like a series that AMC wishes it had right now. A thought-provoking period drama, the show will probably appeal to fans of The Americans, Mad Men, and Masters of Sex. History buffs might also want to tune in.What's the bomb about Manhattan?Manhattan's pilot is so sleek and high-quality that one has to wonder why WGN America didn't launch its scripted programming slate with Manhattan instead of the supernatural series Salem; it's certainly got the look and feel of a drama that will eventually carry the words "critically acclaimed" on its DVD packaging. The characters who populate Manhattan arrive fully developed, and their struggles and conflicts feel relatable despite the 1940s setting.What's more, Manhattan shoots on location in Santa Fe, New Mexico, which means it often showcases the sweeping landscapes that Breaking Bad fans know so well—a gorgeous plus.What's not to like about Manhattan?There's very little to complain about in the show's pilot, but history majors might find it annoying that the series takes a few liberties with real-world facts. The characters at the heart of the series are fictional, and outside of big names like J. Robert Oppenheimer, who feels more like a myth than a man during his very brief appearance in the pilot, there likely won't be many familiar names attributed to developments and breakthroughs in the making of the bomb. As long as you don't mind a bit of revision for the sake of drama, you should be okay.So, should I watch it?Yes, the series is definitely worth figuring out whether you have WGN America as part of your cable package.Let's take a look at a trailer!Okay!thekaitling:list:manhattan-will-you-watch/Manhattan premieres Sunday, July 27 at 9pm on WGN America.
Jake Gyllenhaal Looks Gaunt in Creepy New Nightcrawler Trailer

Jake Gyllenhaal Looks Gaunt in Creepy New Nightcrawler Trailer

The new trailer for the thriller Nightcrawler is here, and Jake Gyllenhaal looks alarmingly gaunt in the creepy and intense clipThis article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Jake Gyllenhaal Looks Gaunt in Creepy New Nightcrawler Trailer
India Set for Major Box-Office Weekend at Home and Abroad

India Set for Major Box-Office Weekend at Home and Abroad

Two Indian films could well rewrite the box-office playbook at home and abroad this weekend.Top star Salman Khan's action-packed Kick from Disney UTV opens Friday to cash in on the Eid ul Fitr holiday weekend, which tends to draw strong cinema attendance.Meanwhile, in a first of sorts, an Indian film could become the biggest release ever in China. Last year's blockbuster hit Dhoom 3 opens in China Friday, with its production firm, veteran Bollywood banner Yash Raj Films, stating that the Mandarin-dubbed version of the film is set to open in 2,000 screens, distributed by HGC Entertainment.Khan has been dominating the Eid weekend in recent years, one of the major holiday release windows on the Indian calendar. The star – who also hosts the Indian version of Big Brother on TV – has delivered some of his biggest titles that have hit the coveted 1 billion rupee ($ 17 million) mark. Khan's string of past hits over the holiday weekend that marks the end of Ramadan have included Wanted, Dabangg, Bodyguard and Ek Tha Tiger.Kick will again attempt to cash in on Khan's formula of packaging adrenalin pumping stunts with a dash of romance topped with colorful song-and-dance sequences as seen in his past blockbusters. Kick co-stars beauty queen-turned-actress Jacqueline Fernandez, a former Miss Sri Lanka.The third installment of the blockbuster Dhoom franchise will offer a case study for Indian films trying to find a foothold in China, given the country's limited quota for foreign titles.So far, Reliance Entertainment's 2009 comedy hit 3 Idiots is considered the most successful Indian film at the Chinese box office. It was released there in 2011. Starring top actor Aamir Khan, the film collected nearly $ 3 million in China. Dhoom 3 also stars Khan in the lead along with Katrina Kaif and Abhishek Bachchan and Grace of Monaco co-producer Uday Chopra.Following its December worldwide release, Dhoom 3 went on to set new box-office records and becoming the first Indian film to cross the 5 billion rupee mark ($83 million).Looking ahead, India's next major holiday weekend release is slated for the country's independence day, Aug. 15, when Reliance is scheduled to bow Singham Returns. The sequel to 2010's action hit Singham – a remake of a South Indian film – again stars actor Ajay Devgn.And what is considered one of the year's most awaited releases in India, Fox Star Studios will bow Bang Bang! during the Oct. 2 holiday, Mahatma Gandhi's birthday. Starring A-listers Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif, Bang Bang! is a Bollywood reworking of the Tom Cruise-Cameron Diaz film Knight and Day.
Kristen Bell Makes an Uncanny Mary Poppins, Sings Beautifully in Funny or Die Parody: Watch Now!

Kristen Bell Makes an Uncanny Mary Poppins, Sings Beautifully in Funny or Die Parody: Watch Now!

Kristen Bell sings and acts like the beloved Mary Poppins in a new Funny or Die parody about the federal minimum wage -- watch and hear her amazing vocals now!This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Kristen Bell Makes an Uncanny Mary Poppins, Sings Beautifully in Funny or Die Parody: Watch Now!
Shia LaBeouf, Lawyers Working to Resolve ‘Cabaret’ Case

Shia LaBeouf, Lawyers Working to Resolve ‘Cabaret’ Case

AP ImagesShia LaBeouf leaving court after his arrest last month.Lawyers say they are trying to resolve Shia LaBeouf's disorderly conduct case stemming from an incident at a Broadway show last month.Prosecutors and LaBeouf's lawyer told a judge Thursday that they're exploring an agreement to resolve the case.PHOTOS Shia LaBeouf's Bizarre Antics: Paper Bags, Plagiarism and 'Cabaret'LaBeouf was arrested after he allegedly disrupted a performance of Cabaret starring Alan Cumming. He is due back in court Sept. 10.The actor and his lawyer, G. Robert Gage, declined to comment as they left court amid a swarm of cameras and microphones.PHOTOS Surviving Child Stardom: How 9 Actors Fared, From Jodie Foster to Amanda BynesAnother celebrated actor also had a Manhattan court date Thursday. Alec Baldwin was to appear in a separate disorderly conduct case.Baldwin was arrested in May. Police say he got belligerent after being stopped riding a bicycle the wrong way down a one-way street.
Tommy Lee Jones Joins Kevin Costner, Gary Oldman in ‘Criminal’

Tommy Lee Jones Joins Kevin Costner, Gary Oldman in ‘Criminal’

Read this article: Ariel Vromen, who wrote and directed "The Iceman," is helming the Millennium Films thriller. read more
Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood Will Star in J.J. Abrams’ Westworld Pilot for HBO

Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood Will Star in J.J. Abrams’ Westworld Pilot for HBO

Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood have signed on to star in J.J. Abrams' adaptation of Michael Crichton's 1973 sci-fi movie Westworld for HBO, TV.com has learned.Written and directed by Crichton, the original film was set in the near future at a high-tech amusement park called Delos. The place was populated by androids that looked and behaved like humans—and eventually malfunctioned and started attacking guests. Starred Yul Brynner, Richard Benjamin, and James Brolin, Westworld later spawned a sequel, Futureworld, and a short-lived TV series, Beyond Westworld, which aired on CBS in 1980.In HBO's version of the story, the Oscar-winning Hopkins (The Silence of the Lambs) will play Dr. Robert Ford, the brilliant, taciturn, and complicated creative director and chief programmer of Westworld who has an uncompromising creative vision for the park—and unorthodox methods of achieving it.Wood, whose television credits include True Blood and HBO's Mildred Pierce, will play Dolores Abernathy, the quintessential farm girl of the western frontier who will discover that her entire idyllic existence is an elaborately constructed lie.Abrams is teaming up with Lost executive producer Bryan Burk and longtime film producer Jerry Weintraub (Ocean's Eleven) on the pilot. Person of Interest creator Jonathan Nolan and Burn Notice producer Lisa Joy are also on board to write and executive-produce.
Prince George Marvels at Butterflies in Adorable New Birthday Photos With Prince William, Kate Middleton

Prince George Marvels at Butterflies in Adorable New Birthday Photos With Prince William, Kate Middleton

In honor of Prince George's first birthday, Prince William and Kate Middleton have released two new photos of their son at the butterfly exhibit at the Natural History Museum -- see the adorable pics now!This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Prince George Marvels at Butterflies in Adorable New Birthday Photos With Prince William, Kate Middleton
Weird Al Yankovic Gets "Handy" With Iggy Azalea’s "Fancy" in New Spoof: Watch the Video

Weird Al Yankovic Gets "Handy" With Iggy Azalea’s "Fancy" in New Spoof: Watch the Video

Watch Weird Al's new spoof, "Handy," which parodies Iggy Azalea's summertime hit, "Fancy"This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Weird Al Yankovic Gets "Handy" With Iggy Azalea's "Fancy" in New Spoof: Watch the Video
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