Broadway Actor Mark Blum Dead at 69 From Coronavirus

‘Sin City’ cast: Where are they now?

“Sin City” — the critically acclaimed film based on the Frank Miller graphic novel of the same name — is celebrating a major milestone! In honor of the crime-anthology film’s 15th anniversary on April 1, 2020, Wonderwall.com is taking a look at where its ensemble cast ended up…

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McLaren F1 team confirm all staff have arrived back in the UK after coronavirus lockdown in Australia – The Sun

MCLAREN have confirmed that all their team members arrived safely back in the UK after their coronavirus scare.

The team had 16 members in self-isolation after one member tested positive for Covid-19 in the lead up to the Australian Grand Prix.

Actress Laura Bell Bundy tests positive for coronavirus

Laura Bell Bundy has tested positive for coronavirus.

The Broadway star, 38, announced on Instagram that she has contracted the virus. She also told followers that she’ll be going on Instagram Live today to answer any questions about symptoms and how she’s looking after herself.

Bundy is a Broadway favorite who originated the roles of Amber Van Tussle in “Hairspray” and Elle Woods in “Legally Blonde.” She also had a recurring role on “How I Met Your Mother” and has released a country album.

The Kentucky-born performer shares 10-month-old son Huck, with husband, TV exec Thom Hinkle.

FA declare all non-league seasons below National League null and void with no promotion or relegation due to coronavirus – The Sun

THE FA have announced the immediate end of the non-league season at Step 3 and below null and void due to the coronavirus pandemic.

It has been revealed there will be no promotions or relegations, with the future of the National League campaign still uncertain with further talks planned.

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Pogba, Azpilicueta and David Luiz among Adidas stars to join #hometeam encouraging keeping active and healthy at home – The Sun

PAUL POGBA and Cesar Azpilicueta fronted Adidas’ initiative to ensure people remain fit and healthy even when on lockdown.

With the coronavirus crisis continuing to cause major problems across the world, a number of elite athletes – part of the #hometeam – are sharing how they are keeping positive and productive even when they can’t go out.

Rory McIlroy admits he’s finding practicing golf hard during lockdown with no ‘purpose’ and ‘nothing to look forward to’ – The Sun


RORY MCILROY admits he's struggling to find the motivation to practice while on lockdown.

The 30-year-old was targeting Masters glory in April before the coronavirus pandemic decimated the golf calendar.

People Now: Meet the Student Who Created a Virtual Prom and Graduation for Her Classmates Amid Coronavirus – Watch the Full Episode

PEOPLE Now airs live, Monday through Friday, from the Meredith offices in New York City.

Catch PEOPLE Now every weekday at 12:00 p.m. ET/9 a.m. PT on People.com or on the PeopleTV app on your favorite streaming device. Want even more? Check out clips from previous episodes of PEOPLE Now.

2 dead in suspected murder-suicide in Queens: cops

A 50-year-old man stabbed his 96-year-old mother to death, then stabbed himself on Thursday in what cops are investigating as a murder-suicide in Queens, cops said.

Authorities responded to the home on 14th Place in Astoria at around 9:50 a.m. after someone discovered them in the house, police said.

They were pronounced dead at the scene, according to cops. Their identities were not immediately released.

Cops were investigating Thursday afternoon.

Olympic runner left red-faced after getting ‘Tokyo 2020’ tattoo before coronavirus postponement and pleas for help – The Sun

PARAGUAYAN athlete Derlys Ayala has taken to social media to ask his followers how to fix his tattoo after he got "Tokyo 2020" inked on his right calf.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Olympic Games have been pushed back a year to 2021, leaving Ayala red-faced by his artwork.

NYPD officer busted on child porn charges

An NYPD officer was busted Thursday in Queens on child porn charges, cops said.

Yavier Julio, 35, was charged with promoting a sexual performance by a child and possession of sexual performances by a child, police said.

A spokesperson for NYPD refused to provide any more information, saying the arrest was part of a “confidential investigation” being worked by the Internal Affairs Bureau.

Julio, who joined the NYPD in 2011, was suspended without pay, officials said.

Broadway Actor Mark Blum Dead at 69 From Coronavirus

Mark Blum, a veteran stage actor who also appeared in dozens and dozens of movies and TV shows, has died due to complications from COVID-19, aka the Coronavirus.

The Wrap is reporting his death at the age of 69, but it is unknown at this time if he had any pre-existing conditions.

Mark was known for his work on Broadway in shows like 1991′s Lost in Yonkers, as well as movies like Desperately Seeking Susan and TV shows like You.

We’re mourning the losses of all of the stars we’ve lost due to Coronavirus. RIP.