2 dogs die in raging fire at a Hawaii Kai condo

HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) – Firefighters rushed to the scene of a fire at an apartment complex in Hawaii Kai Tuesday evening.



a close up of a tree: The unit was fully engulfed in flames Tuesday evening.


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The unit was fully engulfed in flames Tuesday evening.

Crews were called out around around 5:45 p.m. to the building along Hawaii Kai Drive.

The fire broke out in a 6th floor unit within the Naniwa Gardens complex. Neighbors said the unit was engulfed in flames as smoke billowed out.

Despite not having a fire sprinkler system, HFD said the flames were contained to a single unit.

“I saw the building next door burning down, it was crazy,” witness Kevin Lowry said. “I mean it looks pretty bad. Looks like only one place that has damage, which is good.”

Police closed off a portion of Hawaii Kai Drive as more than 60 firefighters worked to get the fire extinguished.

Officials said no one was

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‘No Time To Die’: MGM wanted $600 million to stream on Netflix, Apple

  • MGM held discussions with Netflix and Apple about releasing “No Time To Die” directly on their streaming platforms, sources told Bloomberg.
  • MGM wanted around $600 million for the upcoming James Bond installment, but the streaming giants only wanted to pay half this price, Deadline reported.
  • MGM has pushed back the release to April 2021 “to preserve the theatrical experience for moviegoers,” it told Bloomberg.
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“No Time To Die,” the next James Bond film, could have easily bypassed cinemas and gone straight to streaming platforms following discussions between its film studio, Netflix, and Apple, according to various reports.

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) was looking for around $600 million in deals with Netflix and Apple during discussions in late September, sources close to the matter told Variety. The discussions were also reported by Bloomberg.

Sources told Deadline that both Netflix and Apple were only willing to pay

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No Time To Die ‘not for sale’ to Apple TV or Netflix, says MGM

The Hollywood studio behind James Bond has said that its latest instalment of the franchise ‘No Time To Die’ is “not for sale” to streaming giants.



Daniel Craig wearing a suit and tie looking at the camera: Actor Daniel Craig who plays James Bond


Actor Daniel Craig who plays James Bond

It comes amid reports that Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) held talks with Apple TV and Netflix (NFLX) about selling the rights to the new film for their digital platforms.

The release of No Time To Die has faced repeated theatrical delays due to the coronavirus pandemic. The 25th Bond film was initially due to be released in cinemas in April 2020 but was then pushed back until November. Beverly Hills-based MGM has now been postponed until April next year. 

“The film’s release has been postponed until April 2021 in order to preserve the theatrical experience for moviegoers,” an MGM spokesman told Bloomberg.

Sources involved in rumoured talks between the studio and the streaming giants reportedly said it could have

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No Time to Die: $600 Mil Sale to Streaming Explored for 007 Pic

Could No Time to Die actually head to a streaming service in the near future? Despite the recent push of the next James Bond feature to April 2021, it’s unclear what the theatrical landscape will look like in the coming months. Will audiences be returning to theaters in pre-pandemic quantities, thus helping to revive the box office and ensure financial success for studios? Or is it a safer bet to go the streaming route and offer up this big tentpole release for a premium price, as we saw with Disney’s live-action Mulan and its move to Disney+ Premier Access? For No Time to Die, a movie that cost around $250 million to make and relies on premium marketing partnerships with brands like Omega and Heineken to help get folks to buy tickets, the method of release is paramount.

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Per a report from Variety (first reported on

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James Bond Film ‘No Time to Die’ Might Sell to Netflix, Apple

Apple, Netflix and other streaming services explored the possibility of acquiring “No Time to Die,” the upcoming James Bond movie that was originally slated to debut last April. The film’s release has been postponed multiple times, with the Daniel Craig vehicle moving back to November before being pushed into 2021 as the number of coronavirus cases kept growing.

MGM, the studio behind the film, reportedly lost between $30 million to $50 million due to the delays, insiders said. Bloomberg first reported the discussions, which have been the topic du jour in Hollywood this week. Other studios, such as Paramount and Sony, have raked in tens of millions by selling movies like “Greyhound,” “Coming 2 America” and “Without Remorse” to streaming services while the exhibition sector continues to struggle during the pandemic.

“We do not comment on rumors. The film is not for sale. The film’s release has been postponed until

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2 die, 4 unwell after cleaning septic tank at Delhi factory; owner, contractor held

Delhi [India] October 19 (ANI): Two persons died after cleaning a septic tank at a factory in Delhi’s Azad Pur area on Sunday, the police said.

Factory owner Rajender Soni (63) and contractor Pramod Dangi (35), both from Delhi, have been arrested, the police added.

Six of seven labourers, cleaning the septic tank of the factory, Delhi Chain Company, fell sick and were shifted to BJRM Hospital on Sunday. On reaching the hospital, two persons, Idris (45) and Salim (45) — both residents of Khurja in Uttar Pradesh — were declared dead. One Islam (40) of Khurja is undergoing treatment in the hospital and is reportedly stable, while three others, Abdul Saddam (35) of Bulandshahr district in UP, Salim (35) of Khurja and Mansoor (38) of Khurja, were discharged after first aid.

An FIR under sections 304 (culpable homicide not amounting to murder) and 337 (causing hurt by act endangering

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