Truth Be Told returns for a second season
Fans of the Apple TV+ series <i>Truth Be Told </i>have a lot to look forward to when it returns for its second season. That’s according to two of the co-stars, Mekhi Phifer and Ron Cephas Jones, who say viewers can expect the same caliber of talent and quality writing. They talked with Tati Amare about what’s ahead.
Ann Arbor’s Michigan Theater to launch series of films centered around women’s stories Friday
ANN ARBOR – The Michigan Theater has partnered with Toyota to add a Diversity Film Series kicking off this month in its Virtual Movie Palace. In celebration of Women’s History Month, the series will start with four films centered around women’s stories during the month of March. AdBelow are the four feature films in the series, with synopses by the Michigan Theater. The film opens virtually on March 12. AdThe film opens virtually on March 26.
Ann Arbor woman hilariously documents people’s lost things on Twitter
Julie Weatherbee, who works by day in the University of Michigan’s IT department and live tweets City Council meetings by night, began tweeting photos of people’s lost things six years ago. Here are just some of her “Lost Things” posts:If you lost your commemorative wedding mugs, they are on this chair on Koch Street. #AnnArbor pic.twitter.com/b95nZR8dXc — Julie Weatherbee (@juliewbee) December 7, 2020If you lost your soybeans, they are scattered along the Ann Arbor Railroad tracks (presumably from Ann Arbor to Toledo). #AnnArbor pic.twitter.com/tphJCeCfts — Julie Weatherbee (@juliewbee) May 23, 2020If you lost your keys, they are on this electric pole near Main and Hill! #annarbor pic.twitter.com/cRWMxT8HaC — Julie Weatherbee (@juliewbee) August 30, 2019If you lost your tiny car by the Stadium, well, I have some bad news.
Assassin’s Creed to get live action adaptation after Netflix, Ubisoft strike deal
Netflix and Ubisoft made a deal to develop content based on the video game franchise Assassin’s Creed. Netflix has the rights to develop live action, animated and anime entertainment based on the game. The first series in development is slated to be a live action adaptation, according to a press release. “We’re thrilled to create an Assassin’s Creed series with Netflix and we look forward to developing the next saga in the Assassin’s Creed universe.”The search is on for a showrunner. “We’re excited to partner with Ubisoft and bring to life the rich, multilayered storytelling that Assassin’s Creed is beloved for,” said Peter Friedlander, Vice President, Original Series, Netflix.