via Sorbo Film ‘Let There Be Light’ in Top 10 During First Three Weeks
“The family-friendly, faith-based film “Let There Be Light” opened October 27, 2017, and “has been performing quite well on a $3 million budget, with a $600k rebate,” said Kevin Sorbo. “[W]e shot it for $2.4 million.
The low budget film opened on approximately “350 screens” and can now be seen on about “770 screens,” noted Sorbo. The film had a “top 5 per screen average with a number 2 weekend one.”
So far in 2017, according to Box Office Mojo, “Let There Be Light” sits at number 115 in terms of total gross revenue from theaters with $6,296,268….
“We have great offers from all digital companies and Amazon looks like our best move. We have countries around the globe wanting the movie and have those wheels in motion as well as digital worldwide through other countries.””
via Married teacher and JV cheerleading coach, 23, arrested for sex affair with teen boy student | Fox News
Something is wrong in Teachers Education.
“A married North Carolina teacher and junior varsity cheerleading coach was arrested Wednesday after allegedly having a sexual relationship with a male student.
Katherine Ross Ridenhour, 23, an educator at Cox Mill High School in Concord, N.C., allegedly had a consensual relationship with a 17-year-old male student, FOX46 reported.
The Concord Police Department said Ridenhour and the student had “inappropriate contact” several times during the last month and a half at the school, FOX46 reported.”
via Watch: This flying drone folds its wings and dives into the sea, then relaunches itself | ZDNet
The drone can fly up to 25mph and cover a distance of more than six miles on a charge. After it dives, it can collect water samples and then relaunch itself out of the water using a powerful gas jet.
Developed by Mirko Kovac, PhD,
via Mick Hartley: Fine and Mellow
“Last week we had an all-star line-up with Count Basie and Dickie’s Dream. Billie Holiday was among the jazz greats on display, wandering around, leaning over Basie as he played. She’s didn’t sing, then. Now she does.
From the same date – New York, 1957 – but slightly different personnel.
This is what she came for:
Soloists: Ben Webster — tenor saxophone, Lester Young — tenor saxophone, Vic Dickenson — trombone, Gerry Mulligan — baritone saxophone, Coleman Hawkins — tenor saxophone, Roy Eldridge — trumpet.”
The performance is amazing, but I can’t help noticing her dead eyes. The lyrics mimic her troubled life filled with bad relationships, drugs and alcohol. Even super-start get the blues.
via HELL FREEZES OVER=> Chelsea Handler Tells Juanita Broaddrick She Believes Bill Clinton Raped Her
Stop Hillary at any cost, including outing Bill for his many sexual crimes. Is the Clinton Foundation next or will that take down too many fellow Dems? Stay tuned.