Hollywood Woman Charged With Luring Man To His Killing

The witness then saw Rivera injured in the alley and dialed 911. Photos: Mug shots of famous athletes Rivera was shot in the temple, arms, spinal column and the chest, according to an arrest warrant. Goff was charged with premeditated murder and was arrested Tuesday. At a first-appearance court hearing Wednesday, she was ordered held without bond in jail. According to documents read in court by Broward County Judge John “Jay” Hurley, the slaying was orchestrated by Goff. The day after the killing, Goff told a detective that she had spent the day with Rivera at ArtsPark at Young Circle, but lost sight of him at North Dixie Highway and Taft Street, police said. She told the detective that she continued walking home alone at that point, police said. Goff then provided a different account, saying she was with Rivera when he was shot. She said Rivera became angered when he saw Goff greet another man known as “Dread” with a hug, the warrant said. Goff said “Dread” then shot Rivera and she fled the scene and later went to the park to get drunk, because she was upset, authorities said. However, when police reviewed surveillance video of a nearby home, it did not show Goff, “Dread” or Rivera involved in an altercation. Police also used a statement from a confidential informant as evidence to link Goff and Cabrera to the murder.

Hollywood glamour in Tokyo for film festival

Works from Iran and Georgia will be among those on offer, alongside several Chinese-made feature films that have been nominated for two competitions. The international film section will award the “Tokyo Sakura Grand Prix” and carries with it a $50,000 pay-cheque, while the new “Best Asian Future Film Award” section, aimed at showcasing Asian and Middle Eastern films, offers a $10,000 purse. The nine-day event begins on Thursday with the screening of Hong Kong horror flick “Rigor Mortis” directed by Juno Mak, which is in the running for the “Asian Future” award. Hong Kong director Juno Mak pictured at the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada on Septemb US heavyweight father-and-daughter pairing Francis and Sofia Ford Coppola are likely to be a big draw for punters, with Sofia’s latest directorial offering “The Bling Ring” being shown in the special screening section for high-profile films. “Since the very first TIFF in 1985,… (it) has been a platform for talented young filmmakers to win international recognition and find inspiration,” organisers said in a statement. Past award winners include Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu, whose film, “Babel” won the Prix de la Mise en Scene, (Best Director Award) at Cannes in 2006, and Michel Hazanavicius, whose film, “The Artist” won five Academy Awards in 2012. Chief judge, Chinese director Chen Kaige, said in a video message: “We all understand that good films require talent. Without talent nothing can be done. “But sometimes I feel like… there is something even more important than the talent, which is the unique personal understanding of the world. Directors Sofia Coppola and Francis Ford Coppola arrive to the Los Angeles premiere of “The Bling Ri “But strange(ly) enough…

Hollywood needs Latino actors: Mexico’s Bichir

Was Scott “out of control” partying? Did Kendall and Kylie get wild and go underage clubbing in Hollywood? Here’s what we know: Before the Day by Day show, a brand Kourtney Kardashian and her son, Mason, frequently rock, sources tell omg! that Scott had dinner with a big group of friends at Katsuya for dinner. After the meal, Scott, 30, then met up with Kendall, 17, and Kylie, 16, to head to the event. ( Justin Bieber ‘s pal Lil Twist also tagged along.) Once the group arrived at L.A. Live, they hung in the VIP section for a bit before going backstage to say hello to designer Cedric Benaroch, who is good friends with Scott. As the show was about to get started, the famous family made their way to the seats. Although guests were not allowed to have alcohol inside the venue, Lord Disick, of course, managed to get away with it and sat front row drinking champagne. View gallery . Model Caroline D’Amore gives Scott Disick the finger (FameFlynet) Onlookers say Scott was definitely rowdy model Caroline D’Amore was photographed flipping him off from the catwalk but sources at the event tell omg! it “was all in good fun.” D’Amore concurs. “In response to whether or not I flipped off the Jenner girls and Scott, absolutely not! I adore all the sisters and Lord Disick. L.A.

Inside Scott, Kendall, and Kylie’s Night Out in Hollywood

For me, opening a path to the United States was hard work and I am where I am thanks to hard work, not talent,” he said. But the prizes he won at the Screen Actors Guild ceremony and Independent Spirit Award for his performance in a “A Better Life” tell a different story. He now stars in the new FX series “The Bridge” as a Mexican detective based in the drug violence-torn border city of Ciudad Juarez who teams up with a US homicide cop, played by Diane Kruger. Mexico’s drug violence “The big, stressful problem in Mexico right now is violence,” Bichir said. More than 70,000 people have died amid bloody turf battles between drug cartels in Mexico since 2006, with more than 10,000 of those deaths in Ciudad Juarez alone. The surge in violence coincided with the deployment of troops by then president Felipe Calderon, who sent 50,000 soldiers to the streets to crack down on gangs after taking office in December 2006. “The problems is this stupid war that was started by the former president, who now gives classes at Harvard,” he said, referring to the academic job that Calderon was given by the US elite university after he left office in December 2012. “Imagine, such wonderful prestige for this institution,” he said with sarcasm. Bichir also had harsh words for the government of President Enrique Pena Nieto, whose electoral victory last year marked the return of the old ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) after a 12-year absence from the presidency. The PRI, which ruled Mexico for 71 years non-stop until 2000, “will do everything to keep the power they lost,” he said. “We have very few good news to celebrate,” he said.