‘News Of The World’ Breakout Helena Zengel Signs With CAA
EXCLUSIVE: CAA has signed award-winning actress Helena Zengel. Shd will next be seen in Paul Greengrass’ News Of The World, starring opposite Tom Hanks.
She garnered critical acclaim for her performance in System Crasher and won Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role at the German Film Awards, becoming the youngest actress in history to do so. The film received the Silver Bear at the Berlin Film Festival and received numerous other awards.
Zengel made her debut at the age of five in the made-for-television movie Spreedwaldkrimi: Morderishce Hitze. Additional credits include Looping, Die Tochter and Baby Bitchka.
She continues to be represented in the UK by Saskia Mulder and Rachel Briscoe at the Artists Partnership.
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Biden Says He Hopes Trump Will Attend Inauguration for Symbolism
President-elect Joe Biden said he hoped President Donald Trump would come to his inauguration in January because the peaceful transfer of power in the United States sends a message of strength and stability to the rest of the world.
Biden added in an interview with CNN broadcast on Thursday night that it was unimportant to him personally whether Trump shows up or not, but that showcasing two formal rivals, standing together as one takes office is a key part of American democracy.
“More than the impact on the domestic politics, I really worry about the image we’re presenting to the rest of the world,” he said in the joint interview with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris. “The rest of the world looked at us, and you’ve heard me say this a number of times, they followed us not just for the example of our power, they followed us for the power of our example.”
Trump has declined to say whether he would attend the Jan 20 inauguration and continues to insist that he actually won the the election, although he has allowed the official transition to begin as states continue to certify their election results.
FDA Approves BioCryst’s Hereditary Angioedema Drug – Japan & Europe Next?
The FDA has approved BioCryst Pharmaceuticals Inc.’s (BCRX) oral, once-daily ORLADEYO (berotralstat) for prophylaxis to prevent attacks of hereditary angioedema in adults and pediatric patients 12 years and older.
Hereditary angioedema (HAE) is a rare disease characterized by unpredictable, potentially life-threatening recurrent swelling attacks most commonly affecting the extremities, face, abdomen, and larynx.
There are already 7 FDA-approved drugs for preventing and treating HAE attacks and all these drugs are delivered intravenously or administered subcutaneously. Berinert, Firazyr, Kalbitor and Ruconest are approved for treating HAE attacks while Cinryze, Haegarda, and Takhzyro are approved for preventing HAE attacks. (
Philippines Allows Conventions in Malls, Hotels as Cases Ebb
The Philippines has allowed hotels, malls and restaurants to host meetings and conventions after reported coronavirus infections declined in the past days.
Trade events, seminars and board meetings can now be held in areas under general community quarantine including in Metro Manila, as long as only 30% of the venue’s capacity is used, the nation’s virus task force said in a resolution released Friday.
Economic managers are pushing to further reopen the economy that’s forecast toshrink as much as 9.5% this year. The Philippines has the second-worst outbreak in Southeast Asia, even as daily cases have declined over the past days.
It reported 1,061 new cases on Thursday, the least in a month and pushing total infections to over 435,000.
U.K. Car Sales Fall Most in Five Months as Lockdown Hits Dealers
Carmakers registered their lowest November sales in the U.K. since 2008 as another lockdown forced dealers shut again.
Registrations slid about 25% from a year ago, according to preliminary data from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. That’s the steepest decline since a 35% plunge in June.
Englandimposed a four-week lockdown that shuttered all non-essential stores after soaring infection rates risked overwhelming the health-care system. Other regions of the U.K., including Wales and Scotland, imposed similar measures.
The U.K.’s auto industry is reeling as the country prepares to exit the European Union. Negotiators have been unable to reach a deal to avert the levying of tariffs on vehicles and parts. Car sales have declined about 30% in the first 11 months, the SMMT said. Final registration data will be released later Friday morning.
Rudy Giuliani Falsely Claims Georgia Election Is Proven Fraud In All-Caps Tweet
No one has provided any legitimate evidence that the U.S. presidential election was tainted by voter fraud in Georgia, but the president’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani attempted the next best thing: an all-caps tweet.
On Thursday afternoon, Giuliani tried to make his case with a few choice words on Twitter that were all capitalized — to, you know, add gravitas to his wishful thinking.
Twitter quickly labeled the fact-free tweet “disputed”.
Other Twitter users added their own thoughts.
Although people like former Trump lawyer Sidney Powell have claimed that Georgia’s voting machines were rigged to favor Joe Biden, who is now president-elect, over President Donald Trump, they have provided no evidence to support that.
A statement issued by Dominion Voting Systems last week dismissed Powell’s claims as “baseless, senseless, physically impossible, and unsupported by any evidence whatsoever.”