A stuntman from "The Walking Dead" has died after he had an accident on the set of the AMC series. The Coweta County Coroner's Office told Fox News stuntman John Bernecker died Wednesday evening of "blunt force trauma" after he suffered a fall. His death has been ruled accidental. AMC told Fox News on Thursday -- before Bernecker's death was confirmed -- that the network was "keeping John and his family in our thoughts and prayers." The show has "temporarily shut down production" following the accident, AMC told Fox News.
"Fear the Walking Dead" voice actor Randy Schell's skydiving adventure did not turn out as planned. The actor had been enjoying a group skydiving when his parachute collided with the second jumper mid-air. The collision caused Schell's death as it collapsed his parachute, KHOU 11 News reported. READ: Is "Fear The Walking Dead" character Madison Clark related to "The Walking Dead's" Rick Grimes? "Both jumpers had made at least one successful skydive earlier that day, had hundreds or thousands of skydives each, and were jumping their own parachute systems," Houston's Skydive Spaceland said in a statement via Deadline.
The public learned of the sabotage of Presidential election campaigns . . . of public money poured into the President's private property, of extortion and influence-peddling on a grand scale . . . . Millions of people at home and abroad believe that when the President called a nuclear alert he was toying with the survival of mankind in order to protect his own survival in office. . . . Meanwhile, the national life turns to farce. At the time that Schell was writing, the Watergate break-in was sixteen months in the past; Nixon wouldn't resign until nine months later, in August, 1974. We, meanwhile, are barely a hundred days into Donald Trump's Presidency. Who knows what the future will bring? In the meantime, you can read both of Schell's Comments, which have been newly unearthed from our archives, online: October 29 and November 12, 1973.
Tom Brady's journey to each of his nine Super Bowls with the New England Patriots will be the subject of an ESPN series released next year. Entitled "The Man in the Arena: Tom Brady," the nine-episode series will include a look from Brady's perspective at the six NFL titles and three Super Bowl defeats he was a part of. It should be a rare opportunity for up-close revelations from the usually private quarterback who left New England this year after 20 seasons and now is with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The series will be produced by ESPN, 199 Productions (Brady's production company) and Gotham Chopra of Religion of Sports. "Through the series, we're defining the key moments and challenges that were seemingly insurmountable, but through hard work and perseverance, became career-defining triumphs, in both victory and defeat," Brady said.
Hewlett Packard CEO Dion Wiesler said that Stephen Nigro, head of the company's 3D printing unit, will retire and be replaced by Christopher Schell effective Nov. 1. The announcement, made on HP's fiscal third quarter conference call, comes at an interesting time. HP has made a splash in the 3D printing market, built out its channel and secured strategic partnerships with he likes of Siemens. Schell's mission will be scaling the business. Schell is HP's president of the Americas region currently.