‘The Walking Dead’ Premiere Pays Tribute to Stuntman John Bernecker and George Romero

Submitted by admin on Oct 23, 2017

The premiere of “The Walking Dead” Season 8 ends with a memorial dedication to two people close to the show: Stuntman John Bernecker and Director George Romero. Bernecker worked on “The Walking Dead” Season 8, and died accidentally during filming this summer. He fell 25 feet from a balcony and narrowly missed a safety cushion, according to police. “The Walking Dead” also owes a lot to Romero, the other person to whom the premiere episode is dedicated. Romero didn’t work on the show, but the famed director’s movies did lay the groundwork for the show. He died in July after…

Roman Polanski Accused of Molesting 10-Year-Old Girl in 1975

Submitted by admin on Oct 22, 2017

A Santa Barbara artist has accused Roman Polanski of photographing her naked and then molesting her when she was 10 years old. Marianne Barnard told The Sun that in 1975, her mother took her to a Malibu beach, where she met Polanski. “She explained that this man wanted to take pictures of me in this fur coat. I thought it was to go into a magazine or something,” said Barnard, who thought it was just another modelling shoot. “First he was taking pictures of me in the bikini, then it was with the coat then he said take off the…

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