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Michael Keaton’s Birdman will close the New York Film Festival, Weird Al Yankovic ends eight days of Mandatory Fun and Jonah Hill presides over Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo’s wedding
Keaton’s film, Birdman will close the NY Film Festival. Keaton stars in the dark comedy. The film also features Emma Stone and Edward Norton. Festival Director and Selection Committee Chair Kent Jones says that the film is “an intricate machine generating greater and greater amounts of beautiful radiant energy.” The screening will take place on Oct. 12. The movie will then open in limited-release on Oct. 17.
Weird Al Yankovic closes out eight days of Mandatory Fun videos. The video is available on The Wall Street Journal website. Yankovic said that he wanted to do a song about buzzwords. In the song, he mentions useless business words like “transitioning” and “functionality.”
Jonah Hill officiated Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo’s wedding ceremony. The Maroon 5 singer and the Victoria Secret fashion model enjoyeda wedding in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Hill said that he has been friends with Levine for some time. Levine and Prinsloo wrote their own vows at the wedding that took place at Flora Farms.
McDonald’s and KFC owners, Yum Brands, faced a difficult issue with their food supplier. The meat supplier in Shanghai said that all meat from Husi Food Co. Ltd, must be removed from circulation. Both McDonald’s and KFC said that they will no longer work with Husi.
Jessica Simpson took to Twitter to announce that she is not ready to have another child. The pop music star said that after having two children back-to-back, she doesn’t want another. Maxwell is now 2 years old, and Ace is 1. Simpson said that the second child was “completely by surprise.” Simpson and Eric Johnson got married over July 4 weekend.
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