‘The Man in the High Castle’ to premiere in UK on May 24th

SUNDAY 3RD MAY: THE MAN IN THE HIGH CASTLE will be shown in cinemas on Saturday 3 May.

It will also be shown on Sky Atlantic, Sky Movies and Sky Sport on Saturday. 

The film stars Matt Smith as the title character, a Scottish writer who is sent to a mysterious castle in the middle of nowhere to escape the clutches of his sinister cousin (played by Sam Heughan) in order to find his missing brother (Jonny Lee Miller). 

Smith’s role in The Man in The High Castle is a significant return for him after the first film was an immediate hit and made him a household name in Ireland. 

Smith, who is best known for his role as The Thick Of It’s Jack Nicholson in the film, is a leading man who is more than willing to use any excuse to get himself into trouble.

He also likes to go on adventures and is seen to have a knack for solving crimes. 

In The Man In The High Castle, he plays a writer who gets sent to the castle by his uncle (Matt Smith) to solve a murder mystery. 

He soon finds himself in a world of his own where he must deal with the repercussions of the murder. 

A lot of the action is set in Scotland, but it is the Scottish countryside that makes the film’s location so intriguing.

It is also home to some of the most bizarre creatures in the world, like the Loch Ness Monster and a bizarrely-named wolf. 

For a film that takes place in a castle and has a lot of castles in it, The Man With The Green Hair will also have a fair share of Scottish landmarks, including the famous Old Bridge. 

It will be the first Irish film to be screened in cinemacres in the UK and the first English film to screen in the country since Sherlock Holmes in 1952. 

As well as having a British premiere, it is also the first time the film will be screened on Sky Sports in the US. 

THE MAN IN HIGHLAND: THE MOVIE IS coming to UK cinemas this month on Saturday 3 April, in the Sky Arts-exclusive theatre of the year The Royal Shakespeare Company broadcast from 21:00 on Friday 29th March. 

You can also catch The Man with the Green Hair in cinemascope on Sky, Sky Sports and Sky Movies. 

 The Man With the Green Head, a UK-made animated feature from Irish animation studio, The Orchard, has also been picked up for Sky Arts UK on Saturday 2 May. 

Sky Arts is the world’s largest cinema subscription service offering premium channels and on-demand movies to more than 100 countries. 

More: The man in the high castle  will be shown on Sky Atlantic, Sky Movies and Sky Sport on Saturday 3 May from 21:00 local GMT (02:00) until 22:00 (03:00). 

For Sky Cinema subscribers, the man with the green head will be available on all Sky cinemas from Friday 29th March until Sunday 1 May at 13:00 local GMT. 

To find out more about Sky Arts, please visit www.skyaustralia.com.

Orange Beach, CA, police officers are under fire after posting anti-Trump memes on Facebook

Orange Beach police officers posted a photo of themselves dressed in white, armed with guns, on Facebook Tuesday night, a day after the election of President Donald Trump.

The photo was posted on social media by Officer Ryan Gagliardi, according to an Orange Beach Police Department (OPD) news release.

The photo showed the officers dressed in their uniforms and holding guns.

The post has since been removed.

The image shows a white officer holding a handgun while in a police uniform and wearing a blue uniform.

The officer appears to be standing next to a vehicle with a black bumper sticker.

Gagliatti said the post was meant to be a joke.

“My intent was to joke around with my family and friends,” Gagciardi said in a statement.

“I know some people may not agree, but I wanted to let you know how much I appreciate the many good people who voted for me and I look forward to the many things we can accomplish together.

I will continue to do what I can to help people and the city that I love.”

A police officer is seen during a press conference at the Orange County Courthouse in Orange Beach on December 14, 2020.

A federal lawsuit filed in April against Orange Beach and other Orange County law enforcement agencies alleged officers violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by creating and using the racist post and posting it on social networks.

The lawsuit alleged the post and others such as it constituted a form of hate speech, a violation of the Americans With Disabilities Acts (ADA).

The lawsuit also alleged the posts created a hostile work environment, an unlawful exercise of authority and an unlawful invasion of privacy.

In its lawsuit, the Department of Justice (DOJ) alleged the officers violated federal law by creating the Facebook post, which is prohibited by the ADA.

A lawyer for the OPD said the officer had no intention of harming anyone and had posted it to mock Trump and “act out” the event.

In an email to The Associated Press, the police department said Gagliai and two other officers were suspended and would be placed on paid administrative leave.

The OPD also said the department would conduct a review of all Facebook posts.

A post by Officer Mark Stollberg, who has been with the department for eight years, showed a gun, a hat, and a white shirt.

A post by Sgt. Mark Stowell, who was with the OPP for 11 years, said he was a police officer.

The tweet read: “It’s time to be more than a football team!

Be the team that protects the people, not the team the people protect!”

The photo also showed a group of officers dressed up in camouflage uniforms with white stars on their helmets.

In the background, a helicopter flies above a group holding an American flag.

In a statement, Orange Beach Mayor Robert L. Johnson called the officers’ actions “hateful and disrespectful.”

“I know many are offended by the racist imagery on these posts, but it is the antithesis of what this great city stands for,” Johnson said in the statement.

Melbourne Victory to sell the first of a new stadium in a new suburb

Melbourne Victory has confirmed it will sell the iconic Orange Grove Football Club, its first-ever stadium in an inner-city suburb.

The Victory, which won the A-League title last season and is currently leading the A-, B-, A- and A-league, announced the sale of the 30,000-seat stadium, which is located on the corner of the Orange Grove and Bentleigh roads.

“The Orange Grove is a part of the community and we have great passion for it,” Victory chief executive officer David Jacobs said.

So, it is a real honour to be partnering with this club.””

It is a community of footballers and football supporters, who love their football and want to be able to enjoy it on their own terms.”

So, it is a real honour to be partnering with this club.

“Vicente Guimaraes is in charge of the new home of the Victory and will be in charge for the next five years.

The club is expected to begin construction of a 10,000 seat, $2 billion stadium in the next 12 months.

It will be the first major sporting venue to be built in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD.

The $2.5 billion stadium will be a major addition to Melbourne’s central business district and will include a food court and cafe.

It is the first football stadium to be constructed in Victoria and will open to the public in 2021.

Victory said the stadium would be a “significant asset” for the city and the surrounding region.”

Orange Grove is an iconic community and it is such a fantastic amenity to be a part to its future,” Jacobs said in a statement.”

We will be working closely with the local community to ensure it is built with the highest standards.