New Details in Tristan Thompson and Draymond Green Fight Emerge
After news broke yesterday about Tristan Thompson punching Draymond Green, more news has leaked out about the details of the fight. Apparently, Thompson didn’t actually throw any serious punches at Green.
“It was a sucker punch,” said one source who attended the party. “But to be honest, it wasn’t really a punch. It was more like a shove.”
The Athletic also said that attendees of the ESPYs afterparty said that Green was upset but LeBron James and Kevin Durant were able to calm them down as the night went on.
Netflix Acquires Quincy Jones Documentary
We can be on the lookout for one more thing to Netflix and chill to this fall. Netflix acquired Quincy, the documentary about the life of music mogul, Quincy Jones.
The documentary was directed by Alan Hicks and Jones’ daughter, Rashida Jones and looks into the ways the musician shaped the music industry over the past seven decades.
“There’s really no one like Quincy,” Hicks told Deadline. “The sheer breadth of his work alone is unparalleled, but the story of him as a man has never been comprehensively told. It was a privilege to have his trust, allowing us to capture intimate moments giving insight into the fabric of the man.”
ALF TV Reboot In the Works
In the slew of reboots announced in 2018, we have one to add to the list. A reboot of the 1980s sitcom ALF is now coming to Warner Bros.
The series stars ugly/adorable alien ALF (Alien Life Form) who lands in the home of a middle-class family. The project has been in the works since May and is not yet attached to any network.
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