It's been a whirlwind three months for Kevin Hart. The Philadelphia native, 40, was on the right side of things Monday at the TCL Chinese Theatre premiere of his new film Jumanji: The Next Level. Hart, who reprises his role as Mouse Finbar/Fridge in the holiday adventure film, was joined by his stunning spouse Eniko Parrish, 35, at the Hollywood premiere. Lights, camera, action! Kevin Hart, 40, was joined by his stunning spouse Eniko Parrish, 35, at the Hollywood premiere of his new film Jumanji: The Next Level on Monday at the TCL Chinese Theatre in LA The Ride Along actor wore a black suit with a silver pattern down the front with a white button down shirt. Eniko looked amazing in a black ruffled velvet skirt with a matching spaghetti string top. The Baltimore-born beauty wore her dark locks wavy and parted toward the side, as she accessorized with a bracelet and ring and ivory heels. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Kevin Hart has to SKIP an awards gala and … [Read more...] about Kevin Hart supported by wife Enniko Parrish at Jumanji world premiere in LA … just three months after scary car accident put his life in danger
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Chile’s air force has said it has lost radio contact with a transport plane carrying 38 people on a flight to the country’s base in Antarctica. It said the military had declared an alert and activated search and rescue teams after communications went down on Monday evening. The C-130 Hercules was carrying 17 crew and 21 passengers, including three civilians. They were being flown in to check on a floating fuel supply line and other equipment at the Chilean base. President Sebastián Piñera tweeted that he was with his defence and interior ministers at the air force headquarters monitoring developments. The plane took off at 4.55pm from the southern city of Punta Arenas, which is more than 3,000km (1,860 miles) from the capital of Santiago. Contact was lost at 6.13pm, the statement said. The air force said late on Monday that the weather good at the time contact was lost. General Eduardo Mosqueira of the Fourth Air Brigade told local media a search was underway and … [Read more...] about Chile plane with 38 on board goes missing on way to Antarctica
I was in Venice when the acqua alta struck on 28 October 2018. I noted in my diary: “It happened today. The first big acqua alta of the year, with a siren at 09.17, followed by two steady tones. One tone is for 1.1 metres, two 1.2 metres, three 1.3 metres and four 1.4 metres or more. The tidal chart says the level should peak just after noon. At 12.30 I put on my green rubber boots. Stepping out along the canals, I found the water above my ankles and immediately had to re-learn how to walk. Walking at normal speed causes the water to splash over your boots and on to your legs. I slowed down, finding I also needed to watch out for little waves from the boats on the canal, which rode up right over the submerged pavement. “Tourists used bin bags or fluorescent pink plastic booties over their shoes, walked barefoot or just got their shoes wet. Judging by the laughs and picture taking, high water looked fun, but not for the tourists who held heavy suitcases to their chests to … [Read more...] about Deep trouble: can Venice hold back the tide?
Five people have been confirmed dead after Monday’s fatal eruption on White Island/Whakaari in New Zealand and eight are confirmed as missing. It is believed there were 47 people on the island at the time of the eruption, 38 of them from the cruise liner Ovation of the Seas. Thirty-one people are believed to be receiving medical care in facilities across New Zealand, many for burns. New Zealand police said there were 47 people on the island when the volcano erupted. They comprised of 24 people from Australia, nine from US, two Britons, four from Germany, five from New Zealand, two from China and one from Malaysia. The New Zealand Red Cross has issued a list of people who have registered themselves as alive, and those who have been missing since the eruption. You can see the full list here although some people listed as missing have now been found alive in hospitals in New Zealand. The missing Anthony and Kristine Langford and their teenage children, Jesse, 19 and Winona 17, from … [Read more...] about ‘He loved life’: students, families and guides missing after White Island volcano disaster
A self-described gangster who spent up to $1500 a day on heroin has revealed how he quit drugs cold turkey while in prison after having an epiphany. Sydney-based rapper Spanian spoke candidly about his battle with addiction and crime in an interview published on his self-titled YouTube channel. The rapper, who has a following of 15,000 people on Instagram, said it was a 'gift from God' that he was able to give up the needle in 2007 at the age of 21. Spanian said he first got into buprenorphine - a treatment for heroin addicts similar to methadone - while serving time when he was younger. 'I was one of the first c***ts in Australia on the bupe [buprenorphine]. I was doing bupe in jail and loving life,' he said. 'I was high 24/7'. 'I used to chop $1500-a-day on gear [drugs]. I used to pride myself on that too,' he said. Sydney-based rapper Spanian spoke candidly about his battle with heroin on his self-titled documentary-style YouTube channel 'So I was loving my life, I … [Read more...] about Jailyard rapper who had a $1500-a-day heroin habit reveals how he managed to quit cold turkey behind bars – and says he hasn’t craved drugs in 12 years