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Weekend, May 18-20, 2018 metro.us | t: MetroNewYork | f: MetroNewYork
DEADPOOL
RETURNS
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TWO FOR
THE SHOW
Justify goes for second jewel of
Triple Crown at 2018 Preakness
Stakes. 15
Trump fails to halt defamation
lawsuit from contestant on
‘The Apprentice.’ 7
Marvel’s mutant antihero is back to dominate the box office. 11-12
Saoirse Ronan has marriage
problems in ‘On Chesil Beach.’ 13
PLACE
THE
20TH CENTURY FOX/ISTOCK
TO
FOODING
GO
METRO.US
WEEKEND, MAY 18-20, 2018
2
THINGS
TO
KNOW
WELCOME TO SENATE CONFIRMS HASPEL
TO BE CIA DIRECTOR
METRO.US
GREGORY WAKEMAN, ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR
Forget the Avengers and their
“Infinity War.” “Deadpool 2” is
the summer blockbuster that will
leave you convulsing with laughter and from sheer enjoyment.
Ryan Reynolds is no longer the
punchline to a superhero joke. He
has now brought the Merc with
the Mouth to life in not just one
but two extraordinary blockbusters. We recently spoke to Reynolds
and director David Leitch about all
things “Deadpool 2,” which you
can read about on pages 11-12
and at metro.us.
1
The Senate confirmed Gina
Haspel on Thursday to be
director of the CIA, ending
a bruising confirmation fight
centered on her ties to the spy
agency’s past use of waterboarding and other brutal interrogation techniques. Haspel, who will
be the first woman to lead the
CIA, is a 33-year veteran at the
agency and currently serving as
its acting director. The tally was
54-45 in favor of her nomination
in the 100-member chamber,
where a simple majority was
required for confirmation. Six
Democrats joined President Donald Trump’s fellow Republicans
in voting for Haspel, and two
Republicans voted no. Haspel
was approved despite stiff
opposition over her links to the
CIA’s use of harsh interrogation
methods, including waterboarding, a type of simulated drowning widely considered torture.
An undercover officer for most
of her CIA career, Haspel in 2002
served as CIA station chief in
Thailand, where the agency conducted interrogations at a secret
prison using methods including
waterboarding. Three years later,
she drafted a cable ordering
the destruction of videotapes of
those interrogations.
NYC MAN’S TIRADE
PROMPTS ONLINE PETITION
2
Thousands of people have
signed an online petition
calling for the disbarment
of a New York lawyer accused of
threatening to have cafe workers
deported after he heard them
speaking Spanish, an incident
caught on video that went viral.
The clip, recorded on Tuesday
by a customer at Fresh Kitchen
in Midtown Manhattan and
posted on Facebook, shows a
man who appeared to be about
40 years old, with short dark hair
and a white dress shirt, growing
enraged and loudly complaining to the sandwich shop staff
after hearing conversations in
Spanish. “Your staff are speaking
Spanish to customers when they
should be speaking English. It’s
America!” he shouts in the video,
which has garnered more than
5.4 million views. “My guess is
they are not documented so my
next call is to ICE to ask each of
them to get out of my country,”
he says, referring to the U.S.
Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs
Enforcement. “I pay for their
welfare — the least they can do
is speak English,” he said. Other
customers are heard on the video
denouncing what they describe
as his racist comments.
ONESPACE LAUNCHES PRIVATE
CARRIER ROCKET
3
The Chongqing Liangjiang Star rocket developed by China’s first private
rocket producer, OneSpace, is launched during its maiden flight at a test
field on May 17, 2018, in northwestern China. It is the first time that China
has launched its private carrier rocket.
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TWO DEAD, 43 INJURED IN
NJ SCHOOL BUS CRASH
4
A student and a teacher
were killed and 43 others
injured on Thursday when
a school bus of 5th graders on a
field trip collided with a dump
truck on a New Jersey highway,
officials said. The crash occurred
at about 10:20 a.m. in Mount
Olive Township in northern New
Jersey’s Morris County, Gov. Phil
Murphy told a news conference. The bus was carrying
38 students and seven adults,
including the driver. “Some
patients are in critical condition
and currently undergoing surgery, so please keep everybody
in your prayers,” Murphy said.
“There is an awful lot we just
don’t know,” the governor said,
adding details of the crash are
not being released pending an
investigation. The front end of
the bus was severed from the
vehicle and the body of the bus
was separated from its chassis.
The dump truck seemed to be
intact, images from the crash
scene showed. The bus was carrying students from East Brook
Middle School in Paramus to
Waterloo Village, officials said.
“The bus flew off of the wheels,
but it hit the metal thing on
the side of the highway,” fifthgrader Theo Ancevski said.
REPUBLICANS SEE PROGRESS
ON IMMIGRATION DEAL
5
Republicans in Congress
who are pushing for action
on immigration legislation
said on Thursday they were
getting closer to an agreement
on a bill that President Donald
Trump could support. “I think
we’ve had better discussions in
the last 48 hours than in the last
48 months,” said Representative
Mark Meadows, chairman of
the hard-right House Freedom
Caucus. Meadows was referring
to negotiations with both the
White House and centrist House
Republicans on a bill that would
address the future of young immigrants known as “Dreamers”
who were brought to the United
States illegally when they were
children. But Meadows also said
details had to be worked out
on difficult issues before a bill
could be ready for House floor
debate. Meadows, Trump and
many House conservatives are
pushing for tough new controls
on immigration that Democrats
and some moderate Republicans oppose. Fearing defeat in
November elections, conservatives want to demonstrate to
their base that they have been
pushing forward on Trump’s
demands to clamp down on
immigration.
5 THINGS
STATS YOU DON’T NEED TO KNOW......
ABOUT
DEADPOOL
1
Despite his psychotic and off-the-wall nature,
he still has his higher moral moments.
2
He has a tendency to desire off-the-wall
things.
3
He has been in a
relationship with Death.
Literally.
4
He has a highly
accelerated healing
factor. And loves
chimichangas.
5
He likes catchy
show tunes.
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WEEKEND, MAY 18-20, 2018
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New York has seen an increase in the number of elderly prisoners, and reformers say there needs to be a change to the criminal justice system. MEESH/FLICKR
Prison reformers call for action as New York
state’s population of elderly inmates increases
Report: Despite
low likelihood of
older prisoners to
reoffend, release
rates are stagnant,
adding to financial
strain on criminal
justice system.
KRISTIN TOUSSAINT
kristin.toussaint@metro.us
New York’s prison population has been shrinking over the years, but
one subset of inmates has
seen a surge in numbers,
and its prompting prison
reform activists to demand action.
Though the prison
population has dropped
17 percent over the
last decade, the population of older adults in
New York prisons has
increased 46 percent in
that time, according to a
report from the Osborne
Association, a nonprofit
that works with those
affected by the criminal
justice system.
This is on par with a
national trend: According to 2016 Bureau of
Justice Statistics data, the
number of prisoners 55
or older sentenced to
more than a year in state
prison had increased 400
percent between 1993
and 2013.
In New York, the association reports, those
over 50 have a low rate
of reoffense — 82 percent
do not return to prison,
46% 400%
The population of older
adults in New York
prisons has increased
46 percent.
compared to 57.4 percent
of the entire prison population. And yet, the report
states, release rates for
these older incarcerated
individuals remain low.
Older inmates tend to
have an array of health
issues that cost more in
care. New York taxpayers
spend between $100,000
and $240,000 annually
The number of prisoners
55 or older sentenced
to more than a year
in state prison had
increased 400 percent
between 1993 and 2013.
on an elderly prisoner,
per the report.
Being in prison also
leads to a faster decline
in health: Studies have
shown that 40 percent of
incarcerated older people
are diagnosed with cognitive impairments, while
it’s about 20 percent for
those 65 and older who
are not in prison.
“We need to take a
hard look at what punishment and redemption really mean in our
country,” said Elizabeth
Gaynes, president and
CEO of the Osborne Association, in a statement.
“After spending decades
behind bars, what is the
value of continuing to
imprison someone who
has transformed and
reformed or can barely
walk or no longer remember why he or she is
there?”
The report recommends that New York
prisons train their staff
to recognize and address
age-related issues, like
hearing loss or cognitive
decline; retrofit prisons
to make them more agefriendly; expand the use
of parole to release more
elderly prisoners and to
help these prisoners reenter society by connecting them with geriatric
care, public benefits and
reaching out to next of
kin.
“The need to keep the
aged in prison makes less
and less sense,” said Brian
Fischer, former Commissioner of the New York
State Department of Corrections and Community
Supervision, in a statement. “Combining early
release with appropriate
community placement
assistance for this population can provide New
York with an opportunity
to address long-overdue
criminal justice reform in
a cost-effective and meaningful way.”
NYC plans to raise
parking meter rates
by end of 2018
If you drive in New York
City, prepare to pay more
for parking by the end of
the year.
The city’s Department
of Transportation proposed on Wednesday a
plan to raise meter rates
in order to hopefully allow for parking spots to
turn over more quickly.
“New York City’s
parking rates are low
compared to other large
U.S. or global cities,”
Polly Trottenberg, commissioner of the New
York City Department of
Transportation, said during a testimony on the
preliminary budget at a
hearing before the City
Council on Wednesday.
Cities around the
country have been updating their parking meter
systems; Boston conducted a pilot program
that raised meters to $4
an hour on busy streets,
and San Francisco announced in December
it would adjust meter
prices by demand, in
some cases up to $8 an
hour.
About 60 percent of
the city’s 14,500 parking
meters are set at $1 an
hour, and some of those
are in highly congested
areas, like Downtown
Brooklyn, while others
are in less dense spots,
like East New York,
noted Trottenberg.
Raising rates in commercial areas that see
more congestion could
help promote turnover,
she said.
The Department of Transportation plans to raise the price of parking meters in New York City by the end of the year.
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The department plans
to raise rates by zones,
depending on demand.
The system of three rate
zones will be expanded
“into a system of more
zones to more closely
match land use and
parking demand in both
Manhattan and the outer
boroughs,” according to
Trottenberg.
The DOT plans to
begin these rate changes
later this year.
Trottenberg also
touched on other items
in the DOT’s budget,
like a commitment by
the department to assess more than 300,000
pedestrian ramp loca-
tions and upgrade or
install new ramps as
needed; the funding
of several Vision Zero
street reconstruction
projects and the creation of an Authorized
Parking Application
website to better issue
parking permits. KRISTIN TOUSSAINT
www.metro.us
Affordable Housing for Rent
435 WEST 31 APARTMENTS PHASE II
103 NEWLY CONSTRUCTED UNITS AT 435 West 31st Street, New York, NY 10001
HUDSON YARDS
Amenities: Bike repair station, kids playroom, library, lounge, game room, laundry room (pay per load), †storage, †bike
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Incentive Program of the New York City Department of Housing Preservation.
Who Should
Apply?
x
Individuals or households who meet the income
and household size requirements listed in the
table below may apply. Qualified applicants will
be required to meet additional selection criteria.
Applicants who live in New York City receive a
general preference for apartments.
x
A percentage of units is set aside for applicants with
disabilities:
R Mobility (5%)
R Vision/hearing (2%)
Preference for a percentage of units goes to:
R Residents of Manhattan Community Board 4
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Studio
1 bedroom
2 bedroom
Monthly
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Units
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Household
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Rent includes gas for cooking and hot water. Tenants pay for electricity.
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Household earnings includes salary, hourly wages, tips, Social Security, child support, and other income. Income guidelines subject to change.
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Minimum income listed may not apply to applicants with Section 8 or other qualifying rental subsidies. Asset limits also apply.
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How Do You Apply?
Apply online or through mail. To apply online, please go to nyc.gov/housingconnect. To request an application by mail, send a selfaddressed envelope to: 435 W 31 Phase II c/o Breaking Ground, PO Box 3620937, New York, NY 10129. Only send one application
per development. Do not submit duplicate applications. Do not apply online and also send in a paper application. Applicants who submit
more than one application may be disqualified.
When is the Deadline?
Applications must be postmarked or submitted online no later than July 3, 2018. Late applications will not be considered.
What Happens After You Submit an Application?
After the deadline, applications are selected for review through a lottery process. If yours is selected and you appear to qualify, you will
be invited to an interview to continue the process of determining your eligibility. Interviews are usually scheduled from 2 to 10 months
after the application deadline. You will be asked to bring documents that verify your household size, identity of members of your
household, and your household income.
Español
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envíe un sobre con la dirección a: . 435 W 31 Phase II c/o Breaking Ground, PO Box 3620937, New York, NY 10129. En el reverso del
sobre, escriba en inglés la palabra “SPANISH.” Las solicitudes se deben enviar en línea o con sello postal antes de 3 de julio 2018.
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Lawyer: Pregnant
mom who lost toddler
in Park Slope crash
loses unborn child
Ruthie Ann Blumenstein, who
lost her 4-year-old
daughter Abigail
when Dorothy
Bruns ran a red
light March 5, has
lost her unborn
daughter.
NIKKI M. MASCALI
nikki.mascali@metro.us
Ruthie Ann Blumenstein,
the pregnant Brooklyn
mother whose child was
killed after being struck
by a driver who ran a
red light in Park Slope in
March, has lost her unborn child, her family’s
lawyer told the New York
Daily News Wednesday.
Blumenstein and her
husband, Jonathan, were
expecting a daughter
this month.
“At the time of the
crash, Ruthie was pregnant and was severely
injured. This past Friday,
Ruthie and Jonathan lost
their baby, Sophia Rosemary Wong Blumenstein,” Ben Rubinowitz
told the Daily News. “The
pain suffered by Ruthie
and Jonathan is nearly
impossible to fathom.”
Blumenstein, a Tonywinning Broadway actress whose stage name
is Ruthie Ann Miles, was
in the intersection of
“At the time
of the crash,
Ruthie was
pregnant and
was severely
injured. This
past Friday,
Ruthie and
Jonathan
lost their
baby, Sophia
Rosemary
Wong
Blumenstein.”
Ben Rubinowitz
Ninth Street and Fifth
Avenue in Park Slope
with her friend Lauren
Lew on March 5 when
Dorothy Bruns ran the
red light and struck the
two women, their two
small children and a
male pedestrian.
Blumenstein’s 4-yearold daughter, Abigail,
and Lew’s 1-year-old son,
Joshua, were killed, and
Blumenstein was seriously injured.
Bruns, 44, attempted
to flee after the incident,
dragging Joshua Lew’s
stroller down Ninth
Street until she crashed
into several cars and was
detained by witnesses.
The Staten Island
resident told emergency
responders after the
crash that she had suffered a seizure, which
caused her to accelerate
through the red light.
Evidence cited by Brooklyn District Attorney
Eric Gonzalez earlier
this month showed that
Bruns suffered two other
seizures immediately after the crash.
Gonzalez said Bruns
was ordered not to
drive for one year after
she was hospitalized
when she crashed into a
parked car less than two
months before the Park
Slope incident.
Additionally, Bruns’
license plate had been
cited 12 times in the
past two years for traffic
violations that included
four instances of running red lights and four
for speeding in school
zones.
Bruns was charged
earlier this month with
second-degree
manslaughter,
criminally
negligent
homicide,
reckless endangerment,
third-degree assault and
related charges. She
faces up to 15 years in
prison if convicted.
According to state
laws regarding homicide, Bruns will not face
additional charges now
that Blumenstein has
lost her unborn daughter. 7
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Donald Trump is appealing a ruling by Justice Jennifer Schecter of the State Supreme Court in Manhattan, which rejected
his claim that as president he was immune from lawsuits over private conduct predating his entering the White House.
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Trump fails to halt
defamation lawsuit
from contestant on
‘The Apprentice’
A New York state appeals court on Thursday
denied U.S. President
Donald Trump’s bid to
halt a defamation lawsuit by a former contestant on his reality TV
show “The Apprentice”
who accused him of
making unwanted sexual advances.
In a one-page order,
the Appellate Division
in Manhattan did not
explain why it refused
to stay the lawsuit by
Summer Zervos while
the president appeals
a March 20 lower-court
ruling that allowed the
California restaurateur
to pursue her case.
The White House was
not immediately available for comment.
Trump is appealing a
ruling by Justice Jennifer Schecter of the State
Supreme Court in Manhattan, which rejected
his claim that as president he was immune
to lawsuits over private
conduct predating his
entering the White
House.
Zervos, an “Apprentice”
contestant
in
2005, accused Trump of
kissing her against her
“We look
forward to
proving Ms.
Zervos’ claim
that defendant
lied when he
maliciously
attacked her
for reporting
his sexually
abusive
behavior.”
Cuti Hecker Wang law firm,
in a statement
will at a 2007 meeting
in New York and later
groping her at a Beverly
Hills hotel.
She came forward in
October 2016, a month
before the presidential
election, following the
release of a 2005 “Access
Hollywood” recording
in which Trump spoke
in vulgar terms about
women.
While Trump apologized for his comments,
he said repeatedly during his campaign that
all accusations made by
women after the “Access Hollywood” recording became public were
“lies.” He also republished on Twitter a post
calling Zervos’ claims a
hoax.
Zervos has said those
denials amounted to
defamation and that
diners avoided her restaurant after she was
branded a liar.
“We look forward
to proving Ms. Zervos’
claim that defendant
lied when he maliciously attacked her
for reporting his sexually abusive behavior,”
Zervos’ law firm, Cuti
Hecker Wang, said in a
statement Thursday.
Several women have
accused Trump of improper sexual conduct
or said he had affairs
with them.
Stormy Daniels, a
pornographic-film
actress whose real name
is Stephanie Clifford, is
seeking to end an agreement in which Trump’s
personal lawyer Michael Cohen paid her
$130,000 not to discuss
her alleged affair with
Trump. REUTERS
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TOM
FOREMAN
CNN’s Tom Foreman is
the author of the book
“My Year of Running
Dangerously.”
s the Russia
investigation
hit its first anniversary this week,
President Trump was
raging away — tweeting, “Congratulations
America, we are now
into the second year of
the greatest Witch Hunt
in American History …
still No Collusion and
No Obstruction.” Now,
it seems to me that
Salem, Massachusetts,
still holds the title
for “greatest” when it
comes to witch hunts
because, you know,
they were actually
hunting witches. But
let’s put that (and his
oddball use of capital
letters) aside to address
the general claims that
this sleuthing has A)
gone on too long and B)
produced no evidence
of wrongdoing.
As special investigations go, Robert
Mueller’s is just a baby.
Or maybe a teenager.
Numerous other probes
have lasted much,
much longer: Clinton/
Whitewater, Iran/Contra, Valerie Plame/NSA
… even the Bruce Babbitt investigation, for
crying out loud. An online analysis found the
average length of such
endeavors is just over
900 days. Based on that
formula, Team Trump
ought not to expect
a wrap-up until early
November 2019 — one
year before the next
presidential election.
Imagine how thrilled
that timing would make
them.
But what about this
question of results? In
one year, this probe has
produced 75 criminal
charges for 22 people
and/or companies, five
guilty pleas have been
recorded, and one person has been sentenced.
I’m not a judge, but
that sounds substantial.
I’ll grant that the
president has reason to
be frustrated. After all,
he is correct when he
says we have yet to see
any proof of collusion
between his campaign
President Trump has expressed frustration at special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe. GETTY IMAGES
and the Russians. He’s
also right to say no
evidence we know of
has legally established
a case for obstruction
of justice. And certainly
no one has pinned
anything directly to
him on those fronts,
despite some question-
able accounting when it
comes to porn stars he
has known.
So sure, if I were
Donald Trump, I might
be angry too. I too
might send my minions
out to howl about the
length, breadth and
intent of the investiga-
tion.
But again, it’s still
early. And as much
as the president may
despise the fact that
this has gone on for
a year, as long as it is
producing results, there
will likely be no end in
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Why one group wants to
carve Trump’s face into a
glacier and watch it melt
Taking activist street art
to sea level, a Finnish
group aims to raise
$500,000 so they can
carve President Trump’s
face into a glacier and
livestream it melting. The
project lends several metaphors to an administration that can’t be accused
of being poetic: It’s partly
a take off on Trump’s reported desire to be carved
into Mount Rushmore,
said Nicolas Prieto, leader
of Project Trumpmore.
It’s also a statement on
Trump’s climate-change
denialism. “One of the
biggest reasons we picked
Trump is his pulling back
from the Paris climate
agreement,” said Prieto in
the New York Daily News
on Wednesday.
Last summer Trump
withdrew the U.S. from
the global accord, leaving
the U.S. and Nicaragua
as the only countries in
the world that rejected
While president and on the campaign trail, Trump has repeatedly dismissed
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“One of
the biggest
reasons we
picked Trump
is his pulling
back from the
Paris climate
agreement.”
Nicolas Prieto, in the New York
Daily News
the initiative to combat
global warming.
It isn’t clear where
Project Trumpmore will
be built, if it is. The sculpture is intended to be
120 to 150 feet tall before
it begins melting. The
group is still setting up
crowdfunding pages but
is open to a single sponsor, the Daily News said.
The group wants the
whole world to see the
process of climate change
as it happens, said Prieto.
They did a test run with
a 10-foot-tall Trump ice
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The case of The People Vs. Manspreading is
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Pat King
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Wow, it seems like
yesterday’s Grumble
about manspreading really touched a nerve with
a lot of our readers. The
responses came pouring
in this morning, and we
thought it would be a
good idea to let some of
these voices be heard.
So without further ado,
we’ll let you guys do the
talking! Grumble away,
Metro readers.
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READERS REACT: MANSPREADERS
I read Philadelphia Metro
Monday thru Friday at work.
Love the manspreader article. I
had one of them 2 weeks ago
on a crowded train going home.
I was sitting next to him. What
is that all about? I had to laugh
reading your article, love it. I
think 2 things here, some may
be packing and others insecurity.
Love this new section of Metro,
keeping them coming. Thank
you for reading and have a
great day.
- Madeline Jones-Jenkins,
Metro Philly reader
Hey pal, You’re right about men
widening their space between
their legs. I sometimes do it even
when I don’t mean to. When I
realize myself then I correct it
and close it up. I will remember
to keep it close from now on
wherever I am and be courteous
to my fellow New Yorker. Thank
you for your concern, readers!
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you stop using up 3 spaces for
baby carriages I’ll agonizingly
crush my balls flat for
you. Until then picture
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buckle reading “Babies
on Board” and get over
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for negotiation. Peace out.
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Aries Keep your emotions in check. Someone
may disappoint you, but don’t make a fuss
that will ruin your day and perhaps the relationship. Choose peace over discord.
Libra Put more energy into getting what you want
at home and in important relationships. Listen attentively and offer incentives and suggestions that
will entice those you deal with to compromise.
Taurus Dealing with situations involving parents, siblings and people you feel responsible
for will bring satisfying results. A little charm will
open up opportunities out of reach in the past.
Scorpio Let your creative imagination take control.
The ideas and suggestions you offer will be well received by someone who will make a great personal
or professional partner
Gemini Check your motives before undertaking something questionable. Doing something
for someone out of love can be costly. Know
what you are getting into before committing.
Sagittarius Be careful what kind of information you
share. Personal documents, passwords or anything
that could leave you in a compromising position
should be kept secret. Deception is apparent.
Cancer Emotional situations are best dealt with
before you give someone the wrong impression.
Say what’s on your mind and make your intentions clear. Be willing to compromise.
Capricorn Spend more time with a loved one. You
can make changes that will help bring you closer
together and satisfy everyone’s needs. Talk followed
by action is encouraged.
Leo Don’t feel you must follow the crowd. It’s
fine if someone else wants to be indulgent or
extravagant, but trying to keep up is foolish.
Only do what you can afford.
Aquarius Book some time at your local spa or buy
tickets to an event that will take your mind off your
troubles. A little downtime or romantic adventure
will do you good.
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want. Altering your game plan at the last minute
will keep others guessing and promote greater
interest in what you have to offer.
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11
WKND
DEADPOOL
Ryan Reynolds on the joys
and challenges of playing
the Merc with the Mouth
audience, but with the
elements that revolve
around him and that
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The Canadian actor
talks with Metro about
what it means for
him to be film’s most
popular antihero with
“Deadpool 2.”
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After 25 years in the film
industry, Ryan Reynolds
tells Metro that playing
Deadpool has been the
greatest privilege of his
career, allowing him to
be authentic and break
the fourth wall between
him and the audience.
But he admits that, at
first, he was’t sure the
project would be successful.
“The first time I dressed like Deadpool I had
a lot of doubts about the
impact it would have
on people,”
Reynolds
says. “I was not sure if
the story would connect. I really felt stupid
and I remember telling
my wife: ‘I’ll be using a
giant red wet condom
as a bodysuit the entire
movie,’ and she replied,
‘Do it and suck it up.’”
But his doubts disappeared when he saw the
success of the first installment, which managed to raise $783 million
worldwide. He hopes the
sequel, which hits theaters this weekend, will
also be well received by
audiences.
How has your life
changed since playing
a character like Deadpool?
It really has been a very
pleasant experience, although at first I doubted
a bit about Deadpool’s
connection with the
audience, but in the
end, I realized that it
was the best decision I
could have made. It may
sound like a cliché, but
my dreams were ful-
filled
by
being
part of this
story, and
I am very
excited.
What has
been your biggest challenge
with playing
Deadpool?
Deadpool’s
essence is to be
authentic because
he is like a child
and spectators can
see that. Without
that authenticity, there is no
story. It seems
to me that the
main challenge
is to show people
that Deadpool is
authentic in his
way of being, not
only with the
admire about Deadpool’s personality?
I like that he is a free
character and always
says what he
thinks without
stopping himself. For example, there is a
phrase that
I like about
him, which
is: “Wherever hell is,
that zone belongs to me.”
I like him a
lot because
he has very
funny, but also
has obscure
parts.
wants to express what
happened because we
could hurt her family. I
admire her a lot because
she was one of the pioneer women in motorcycling, and we will do
whatever is necessary to
respect her legacy. Part
of it is to be discreet
and do it as humanly as
possible.
The production was
tragic due
to the death
of stunt
performer
Joi Harris.
Is the film
a tribute to
Which character have
you enjoyed most,
Green Lantern or Deadpool?
Definitely Deadpool.
The two have their
charm, but I think
Deadpool has certainly
been a truly wonderful experience and I
am very grateful for
the privilege of putting on this character’s
costume.
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cannot be seen in any
other film, and as an
actor, it is complicated.
What is the feature you most
her?
Of course. She was an
amazing person, but
unfortunately when
she did the exercises
on her motorcycle,
she lost her life. It was
something that should
not have happened, and
we do have something
planned for her in the
movie. … Words are
clumsy and inappropriate when someone
Who is your favorite
Marvel character?
I like each one of the
Marvel characters. I
really like all the Avengers, but I think Black
Panther is one of my
favorites. I also loved
the last Thor.
Did you choose the
movie’s playlist?
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whole playlist really, but
some songs I did. I really like music from the
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achieves the seemingly
impossible, making even
more outrageous, zanier
and cruder jokes than its
original.
As the Merc with the
Mouth, Ryan Reynolds
has rightfully been lauded
for his comedic skills and
charm that made the foulmouthed antihero a massive (and massively surprising) box office smash
for 20th Century Fox. And
while the actor “definitely
had a direction” for the
sequel, according to director David Leitch, bringing
it to the screen was a team
effort.
Leitch, who replaced
Tim Miller on the sequel
out May 18, reveals that
Reynolds
collaborated
with him and screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul
Wernick to form a creative
foursome that helped
push “Deadpool 2” to new
heights.
Leitch describes himself as “the general” of
the group who handled
the day-to-day logistics because of his “background
in taking a movie from
A to B and in physical
production.” But when it
came to making a scene
better, “it was really the
best idea wins.”
“There weren’t any
egos between us, which
is hard in this situation.
But everyone just wanted
what was best for the
movie.
“We all had to just look
each in the eye and do a
gut check.
“The expectations for
‘Deadpool 2’ are huge, and
we had to rely on each other and not turn this into a
battle of creative [minds]
and just support each oth-
er and get the best movie.”
In the sequel, Deadpool
really gets into the superhero game on a mission
to save the tempestuous
young mutant Russell/Firefist (Julian Dennison) from
the time-traveling cybernetic soldier Cable played
by Josh Brolin, who’s had
a very busy summer.
Fresh off of wreaking havoc as Thanos in
“Avengers: Infinity War” at
the end of April, the Academy Award-nominated actor was a very late addition
to the film.
“Josh did come in quite
late,” says Leitch. “There
was a short list of people.
It was just the way that
things came about. We
were down the road with
some people. It was sort of
a turn around, and it happened at the last second.”
Ahead of production,
there
were
three
key components of
“Deadpool”
that
Leitch wanted to
expand upon. “You
have the irreverent comedy that is
undeniable. A real
emotional beating
heart to the film,
that is unexpected
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in a comic book movie.
And then you have some
bad-ass action,” he says. “I
wanted to try and build on
all of that and stay true to
the original, but then give
it my own imprint as a director. “
Leitch also reveled in
the marketing opportunities for “Deadpool 2” because of what they could
do with the character.
“It is hard to separate
Deadpool the character
from ‘Deadpool’ the franchise and brand. You actually have moments where
you can reach beyond the
screen and tickle the audience before the movie
starts.”
The team, including
Reynolds, got to collaborate on the marketing
campaign, which featured
everything from Deadpool
leaning back in a chair
under a rain of bullets
“Flashdance”-style
to a music video
with Celine Dion.
“[That]
was
an
idea
that
stemmed
from
the movie,” he
says. “It is really
fun with this universe that it expands
beyond the film
itself.”
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WKND
Saoirse Ronan and
Billy Howle play
uneasy newlyweds
in the drama “On
Chesil Beach.”
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After “Atonement,”
Saoirse Ronan is once
again the leading lady
in an Ian
McEwan adaptation.
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Saoirse Ronan had been
eyeing the leading role in
Ian McEwan’s romantic
novel “On Chesil Beach”
for quite some time before
she was eventually cast.
Having shot to prominence with her Academy
Award-nominated
performance in 2007’s
“Atonement,” which was
also based on a novel by
McEwan, the Irish actress
clearly had a professional
and personal affinity for
the author. It was more
than mutual.
“I remember the first
time that Ian came to
the set of ‘Atonement,’
everyone was so nervous,
because it was the person
who had created it all,”
Ronan tells Metro.
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young that hadn’t sunk
in. So for me, I was like,
‘Oh come on, it is only Ian.
Come with me I will show
you around the set.’ We
got along straight away.
We clicked and stayed
in touch for all of these
years.”
But when McEwan was
developing “On Chesil
Beach” with director Sam
Mendes back in 2010,
Ronan was just 16 years
old, which was too young
for the part of Florence.
She’s newly married to
Edward, and the film primarily focuses on their
honeymoon and the fact
they are both terrified of
consummating their marriage while simultaneously flashing back to reveal
how they fell in love.
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can work in mysterious
ways. So while Mendes’ decision to swap “On Chesil
Beach” for the James Bond
thriller “Skyfall” pushed it
into a five-year period of
development hell, it also
gave Ronan time to grow
into the character.
“I was the right age
when it all came together,” Ronan recalls, while
the director’s chair had
passed to Dominic Cooke,
who says she was the obvious choice.
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script when I read it,”
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on board, and around that
time ‘Brooklyn’ had come
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out, and I thought it was a
no-brainer that she should
do it. Once she committed
to doing it, things started
to snowball quickly.”
After
“Brooklyn,”
Ronan was very much in
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so that for one “very tricky
week” she had to combine
shooting “Lady Bird” in
California and New York
with rehearsing and filming “On Chesil Beach”
across the pond.
“I was shooting ‘Lady
Bird’; I wrapped in Sacramento on the Saturday.
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rehearsals for ‘On Chesil
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York. Friday morning at,
like, 5 a.m. we started to
shoot the ending of ‘Lady
Bird.’ And then I flew back
and started ‘On Chesil
Beach’ on the Monday. So
it was an insane week. It is
tough. People do that all
the time, and I don’t know
how they do it.”
For Cooke, though,
no one but Ronan would
have sufficed for the film.
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Released at the height of
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go viral back in 2013. But
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out in droves because it
was particularly gory or
violent — instead, they
connected with its ingenious approach and emotion.
That’s exactly what
persuaded Martin Freeman to join the featurelength version of “Cargo”
when he was approached
by the directing team of
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Ramke. He was immediately impressed with the
short film and saw the
script had rich potential
for turning it into a feature-length movie.
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the culmination; the
script was the whole
background,” he says.
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is shot in a way that other
films might be shot that
weren’t about zombies.”
In “Cargo,” Freeman plays an infected
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it down into stages,” he
explains about the cast’s
zombie training. “I found
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went into their thing,
some of them would be
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almost at a right angle. It
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Mostly, though, Freeman focused on the father/daughter dynamic of
the film, which was what
attracted him to “Cargo.”
Working with the two sets
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Justify will look to
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Crown, but he’ll
have some solid
horses to beat.
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The 143rd Preakness
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(6:30 p.m., NBC). Kentucky Derby winner Justify, who drew post seven
once more and retains
jockey Mike Smith, will
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take the first two legs of
the Triple Crown before
heading to the Belmont
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3 horses that could upset
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there’s no such thing as
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Here are three underdogs to consider in this
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(3-1)
The Kentucky Derby
runner-up and Blue Grass
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the sensible choice if one
had to predict an upset.
However, Justify beat
him by a comfortable 2
1/2-length margin in “the
Run for the Roses.” Good
Magic wasn’t gaining on
him in the stretch either;
in fact, he almost lost second to Audible. Still, the
distance reduction from 1
1/4 miles to 1 3/16ths miles
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connections behind him
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to go for Justify in his
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horse to win the Triple
Crown of thoroughbred
racing in the United
States. With all the hype surrounding the horse entering the 2018 Kentucky
Derby, with three wins in
three career starts, Justify
showed that he was worth
all that anticipation, putting up blistering times
despite wet, sloppy conditions at Churchill Downs. The shorter, 1 3/16mile track at Pimlico
Raceway tailors perfectly
to Justify, who enters
this Saturday’s Preakness
Stakes as the overwhelming favorite. This is a horse
who is not just a pacesetter, but a pace presser, an
impressive thoroughbred
that can take an early lead
and take it to another
level when stalkers and
closers try to make late
moves. Given his first
four races, it wouldn’t be
a shock if he pulled off a
gate-to-wire victory. Regardless of how
he could possibly win,
a victory at the Preakness would put Justify
in esteemed company
as the 36th horse to win
the first two legs of the
Triple Crown. Given that
this will be the 100th
complete running of the
Triple Crown, that’s a significant portion of horses
that have won two of the
first three legs. But getting that third
jewel is much more difficult — only 12 horses
have won all three races,
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and Sale duly dated January
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at public auction to the highest
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COURTROOM #25 on
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Block: 1009 Lot: 1025 Together
with an undivided.1327 percent
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ADRIAN WILLIAMS, et al
Defendant(s). Pursuant to a
Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale
entered herein and dated October
17, 2017, I, the undersigned
Referee will sell at public auction
at the Queens County Supreme
Courthouse, 88-11 Sutphin Blvd.,
in Courtroom # 25, Jamaica, NY
on June 22, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.
premises situate, lying and being
in the Borough and County of
Queens, City and State of New
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on the southerly side of 144th
Avenue, distant 100 feet westerly
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side of 166th Street; being a plot
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LLP Attorney(s) for Plaintiff
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Roslyn Heights, NY 11577
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Judgment of Foreclosure and
Sale duly dated February 07,
2018 I, the undersigned
Referee will sell at public
auction at the Queens County
Courthouse in Courtroom # 25
88-11 Sutphin Boulevard,
Jamaica, New York, on June
01, 2018 at 10:00AM, premises
known as 92-16 77TH STREET,
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Borough and County of Queens,
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Pursuant to judgment of foreclosure
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4211 for Unit 35 A/1 and Tax
Lot 4035 for Unit 35-G, together
with combined .85993 undivided
interest in the common elements
of the Condominium hereinafter
described as the same as defined
in the Declaration of Condominium
hereinafter referred to. The real
property above described are two
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Condominium prepared and certified
by John W. Stacom, A.I.A. and filed
in the Office of the Register of the
City of New York, County of Queens
on the 26th day of August 1986, as
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Condominium made by Colonial
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and recorded in the office of the
Register of the County of Queens
on the 19th day of November, 1986
in Liber 2232 of conveyances at
page 072 covering the property
therein described. Approx. amt. of
judgment is $23,247.00 plus costs
and interest. Sold subject to terms
and conditions of filed judgment and
terms of sale.
DONNA FUREY, Referee
SOMER, HELLER & CORWIN, LLP,
Attnys. For Pltf.
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Comack, NY.
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Defendant(s)
Pursuant to a judgment of foreclosure and sale entered on
July 12, 2017 I, the undersigned Referee will sell at public auction to
the highest bidder at QUEENS COUNTY SUPREME COURT, 88-11
SUTPHIN BOULEVARD, JAMAICA, NEW YORK, IN COURTROOM
#25 on June 1, 2018 at 10:00 AM premises known as 108 20 85th
Avenue, Richmond Hill, NY 11418-1206. ALL that certain plot, piece
or parcel of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon
erected, situate, lying and being at Richmond Hill Terrace in the Fourth
Ward, Borough and County of Queens, City and State of New York.
Block: 9198 Lot: 9
Approximate amount of lien $510,329.46 plus interest and costs.
Premises will be sold subject to provisions of filed judgment
Index # 19689/13
Donna Furey, Esq., REFEREE
STEIN, WIENER AND ROTH, L.L.P., ATTORNEYS FOR
THE PLAINTIFF ONE OLD COUNTRY ROAD,
SUITE 113 CARLE PLACE, NY 11514
DATED: April 25, 2018
FILE #: WELLS 69897
NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT
COUNTY OF QUEENS
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC,
Plaintiff AGAINST AUBREY
GOODWILL, et al., Defendant(s)
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale duly
dated October 30, 2017 I, the
undersigned Referee will sell
at public auction at the Queens
County Courthouse in Courtroom
#25, 88-11 Sutphin Boulevard,
Jamaica, New York, on June 15,
2018 at 10:00AM, premises
known as 137-36 220TH
STREET, SPRINGFIELD
GARDENS, NY 11413.
All that certain plot piece or
parcel of land, with the buildings
and improvements erected,
situate, lying and being in the
Fourth Ward of the Borough
and County of Queens, City
and State of New York,
BLOCK 13124, LOT 28.
Approximate amount of judgment
$946,490.76 plus interest and
costs. Premises will be sold
subject to provisions of filed
Judgment for Index# 22960/09.
Michael H. Dikman Esq., Referee
Gross Polowy, LLC
Attorney for Plaintiff
1775 Wehrle Drive, Suite 100
Williamsville, NY 14221.
NOTICE OF FORMATION
of Alta Loma Realty LLC.
Articles of Org. filed with
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York (SSNY) on 02/27/2018.
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