Dakota Fanning talks about her new show, a sequel to The Alienist
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, I am Sam, Man of Fire, Coraline, its an impressive list of movies make up just a part of Dakota Fannings acting resume. She burst into the acting world at a young age and made a name for herself over the years. Now, Dakota Fanning is starring in a new series which is the sequel to the Emmy Award-winning show, The Alienist. The new series is called The Alienist: Angel of Darkness and, just like its predecessor, it is based on a crime novel by Caleb Carr. Fanning is reprising her role as Sarah Howard, who is now a private detective trying to make a name for herself. Dakota Fanning joined host Jason Carr live over Skype to talk about the show and what shes learned from working with Academy Award-winning actors like Denzel Washington and Brad Pitt.
Shaq: 'Never could have imagined' anything like Kobe's death
(AP Photo/ Victoria Arocho, File)Shaquille O'Neal tearfully said Tuesday he never could have imagined anything like Kobe Bryant's death, remembering his former teammate as a great player whose kids called him “Uncle Shaq." O'Neal and Bryant teamed to help the Lakers win three straight championships from 2000-02, but they occasionally feuded and O'Neal was traded to Miami in 2004. O'Neal's comments were his first that were televised since Bryant's death. He has been recovering from the death of his sister, and said he hadn't felt pain like Bryant's death in some time. ___More AP coverage of the death of Kobe Bryant: https://apnews.com/KobeBryant___More AP NBA: https://apnews.com/NBA and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
Woman, man charged with delivering heroin to man found dead of overdose in Michigan motel
CADILLAC, Mich. - A woman and a man have been charged with delivering heroin to a man who was found dead of an overdose in a Michigan motel, officials said. Cadillac city police and TNT detectives were called March 31 to a motel for a possible drug overdose. He was prounounced dead by medical officials, and an autopsy confirmed he died from a drug overdose, police said. Officials said Leyko had contacted MacDonald several times in the days leading up to his death to acquire heroin. Police said MacDonald got heroin from Corry Sisson and rented a room March 30 at the Sun and Snow motel, where she and Leyko used the drugs.