From Netflix’s attempt to “Black Mirror” that almost went too far, here’s what’s happening in the entertainment world.
Netflix is getting ready to add gourmet food to its product menu.
The streaming giant is launching a pop-up restaurant in Los Angeles called Netflix Bites.This experience will only be available for a limited time and will feature chef-inspired dishes and beverages from popular series such as Chef’s Table, is it cake? and Iron Chef.
“From episodes to entrées, with NETFLIX BITES we’ve created a hands-on experience where fans can immerse themselves in their favorite food shows. We’re excited to partner with these incredible chefs who will bring That vision came to life and showcased a selection of their delicious menu,” Josh Simon, vice president of consumer products at Netflix, said in an interview. statement
NETFLIX BITES opens June 30 at the Short Stories Hotel.
‘Rusty’ Movie Update
Actor Alec Baldwin and armourer Hannah Gutierrez-Reid still at large after cameraman on set accidentally shot dead rust.
Prosecutors are considering the idea of charging Baldwin after his charges were dismissed in late April. then
New Mexico prosecutors said the investigation is still ongoing.
Meanwhile, charges against Gutierrez-Reid remain in force, with prosecutors now claiming she likely hungover on set when she loaded live ammunition into the weapon that killed Halena Hutchins.State Attorneys Are Seeking to Establish a Pattern of Reckless Behavior, According to the State’s Attorneys Associated Press
Gutierrez-Reid will have a preliminary hearing in court in August that will determine whether the charges against her stand. Meanwhile, prosecutors said they will have within the next 60 days to decide whether to charge Baldwin for his role in the shooting.
Hayek on “Black Mirror”
With the return of Netflix black mirror In a few more days, we’ll learn more about at least one episode of Salma Hayek.
last month, we told you
Regarding Hayek’s introduction in the series, as she played a regular non-celebrity role, she found that the streaming service appeared to be a Netflix spoof, launching a series about her life. Now Hayek has revealed that she almost reconsidered the role after reading the script and realizing she had to do something that could have resulted in her being cancelled.
The sixth season will premiere on June 15.