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WATCH: ‘Game of Thrones’ star Emilia Clarke plays FBI murder victim in ‘Above Suspicion’

WATCH: ‘Game of Thrones’ star Emilia Clarke plays FBI murder victim in ‘Above Suspicion’

Entertainment
April 1 (UPI) -- Lionsgate released the trailer for the upcoming movie Above Suspicion Thursday. Emilia Clarke plays Susan Smith in the true story of an FBI Informant murdered by an agent. The trailer shows Susan aiding and abetting her husband (Karl Glusman) robbing a bank. FBI Agent Mark Putnam (Jack Huston) offers Susan a deal to inform on the bank robbery gang. Advertisement Putnam promises to keep Susan's husband out of prison, and help relocate her and her children. Their arrangements leads to a successful bust at first. Susan begins an affair with Putnam. Their situation gets further complicated when Susan becomes pregnant with Putnam's child. The real-life Putnam was released from prison in 2000 after serving 10 years of a 16 year sentence for the murder of Susan. He is the first...
Game of Thrones stage show to bring Westeros to the West End and Broadway

Game of Thrones stage show to bring Westeros to the West End and Broadway

Entertainment
HBO/BSkyB/Kobal/ShutterstockGame of Thrones is coming to the stage, with a theatre adaptation likely to be a major attraction in the West End and on Broadway. The show will open in 2023 and depict a pivotal gathering a decade before the events in George RR Martin's novels and the hit TV series.Some of the best-known characters from the epic story will be involved.The show will be brought to life by the British pair of playwright Duncan MacMillan and director Dominic Cooke."The production will boast a story centred around love, vengeance, madness and the dangers of dealing in prophecy, in the process revealing secrets and lies that have only been hinted at until now," a statement said.Getty ImagesThe stage show, set during a grand jousting tournament that helped set in motion the subsequent...
Bafta Games Awards 2021: Hades takes Best Game

Bafta Games Awards 2021: Hades takes Best Game

Technology
Supergiant GamesHades has won Best Game at the 2021 Bafta Games Awards.The Ancient Greek-themed action adventure was the big winner of the night, taking away five awards in total.The title, made for PC and Nintendo Switch, has been commended by critics for its unique art style and distinctive gameplay.Fans voted voted The Last of Us Part 2 as the EE Game of the Year.Sackboy: A Big Adventure took the British Game, Animal Crossing: New Horizons won in the Multiplayer category and the Game Design award went to Hades.It was the second time the awards ceremony was held online due to lockdown.Love video games? Listen to Press X To Continue on BBC SoundsCompleting Hades in the middle of a pandemic had its challenges but it's something Greg Kasavin, creative director at Supergiant Games, will neve...
Football’s child sex abuse scandal: Survivors say game ‘must learn from mistakes’

Football’s child sex abuse scandal: Survivors say game ‘must learn from mistakes’

Sports
Last updated on 1 minute ago1 minute ago.From the section FootballSurvivors of childhood sexual abuse say football must not be complacent after the release of an independent review into historical abuse in the sport.The review found the Football Association "did not do enough to keep children safe" between 1970 and 2005.Former England international Paul Stewart said football had to ensure "this doesn't happen again".Ex-youth player Ian Ackley said it was "incredibly naive" to think childhood sexual abuse is only in the past.The long-awaited 710-page review, led by Clive Sheldon QC and commissioned by the FA in 2016, found there were "significant institutional failings" by the English game's governing body, which was "too slow" to have sufficient measures put in place to protect children.FA...
Tiger Woods to make video game return, signs deal with ‘PGA Tour 2K’

Tiger Woods to make video game return, signs deal with ‘PGA Tour 2K’

Sports
March 16 (UPI) -- Tiger Woods might be back to the golf course anytime soon, but he will make virtual appearances as part of a return to video games, game publisher 2K announced Tuesday. "I am looking forward to making my return to the video game landscape, and with 2K and HB Studios, I've found the right partners to make it happen," Woods said in a news release. Advertisement "I'm honored to take part in this opportunity and look forward to sharing my expertise and insights as we build the future of golf video games together." Woods' agreement with 2K includes the rights to his name and likeness to appear exclusively in the PGA Tour 2K video game franchise or any other golf games published by 2K. Woods also will serve as an executive director and consultant for the game. 2K also agreed...