Casey Affleck, former star and producer of Boston Strong, has left the project after his deal fell through. Meanwhile, 20th Century Fox has acquired the rights to the spec script about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings, and Safe House director Daniel Espinosa is in talks to lead the production. Show More Summary
When CNN’s John King used the term “dark-skinned” to describe the individual that he thought was an alleged suspect in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings, he was widely criticized for not being descriptive enough and also for using a charged phrase that carries with it racial connotations.
Boston Strong has found a director and lost a star. First, the positive news: Safe House director Daniel Espinosa has entered talks to helm the 20th Century Fox drama, which follows the Boston Marathon bombings of 2013. And now, theShow More Summary
The case of alleged Boston marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev continues to reach its scheduled fever pitch on January 5, when the federal trial against him is set to commence. On December 18, Tsarnaev will appear live, in court, for the first time since he was arraigned last July, reports The......
She lost her leg, but says she's "never felt better."
Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev asked a judge Wednesday to either get evidence from federal prosecutors of his older brother's alleged participation in a 2011 triple killing or postpone the trial, The Associated Press reports. Show More Summary
Lawyers for the accused Boston Marathon bomber demand evidence relating to grisly 2011 crime.
A bombing survivor has bid farewell to her leg 19 months after the horrific events that occurred at the Boston Marathon in 2013. According to Yahoo! News, Rebekah DiMartino needed her leg amputated after countless surgeries she had to try and save it. Show More Summary
The Newsroom's timeline, which trails along just behind the present day, has finally caught up with last year's Boston Marathon bombing. In the season premiere, Will McAvoy and friends turned their Sorkin-given powers of razor-sharp righteousness toward Reddit's botched online hunt for the bombers. Read more...
Thanks to the entertainment industry’s conclusion that moviegoers and TV viewers are jonesing for nothing more than to relive the Boston Marathon bombing of 2013, there are now at least three projects in the works based on those events. Show More Summary
It’s been a year and a half since brothers Tamerlan and Dzhokar Tsarnaev detonated their homemade explosives near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three and injuring more than 260, but 27-year-old Rebekah DiMartino is just now starting a new life. After more than 15 surgeries to save her leg, which was severely injured while […]
The past was all new on HBO on Sunday night with the return of both The Newsroom and The Comeback. Tackling coverage and the media ethics of the April 15, 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, the Aaron Sorkin created series debuted its final season to a viewership of 1.2 million at 9 PM. Show More Summary
Rebekah DiMartino is starting her next chapter.
Lawd, after all this time… Via DailyMail A Boston Marathon bombing survivor who has been battling to save her leg for more than 18 months will have it amputated today. Rebekah DiMartino, 27, threw a ‘last supper’ celebration for
Rebekah DiMartino is taking a step forward.
Sentencing of two friends of Boston Marathon bombing suspect could be affected by U.S. Supreme Court case
BOSTON - A pending U.S. Supreme Court case involving a Florida fisherman and the scope of the Sarbanes-Oxley corporate governance law is rippling through two federal cases connected to the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.
A sister of alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev won’t spend any time in jail after she pleaded guilty to a Boston case outstanding since 2010.
New Cubs manager Joe Maddon offers to buy round of drinks, Seattle rave shutdown after Molly overdose, and Boston Marathon winner fails drug test.