– Advertisement – The first Tom & Jerry trailer will run for 1 minute and 31 seconds (at 24fps) or 1 minute and 27 seconds (at 25fps), according to Germany’s movie industry self-regulatory body FSK (Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle der Filmwirtschaft), that rated the new trailer back in October (via Trailer Track).Tom & Jerry stars Chloë Grace Moretz as Kayla, Michael Peña as Terrance, Colin Jost as Dwayne, Ken Jeong as Jackie, Rob Delaney as DuBros, and Pallavi Sharda as Preeta. Vocal effects for Tom and Jerry are provided by their original voice artists William Hanna and Mel Blanc (as Tom) and Hanna, Blanc, and June Foray (as Jerry) with the help of archival audio recordings. Hanna is one of the co-creators of Tom and Jerry alongside Joseph Barbera.Tim Story, best known for 2005’s Fantastic Four and 2014’s Ride Along, is directing Tom & Jerry. Kevin Costello (Brigsby Bear) is the screenwriter. Tom & Jerry is a production of Warner Animation Group, Turner Entertainment Company, and The Story Company.- Advertisement – Here’s the official synopsis for Tom & Jerry, from Warner Bros.:Kayla is a new employee at a posh hotel where Jerry takes up residence, threatening to ruin a glamorous wedding. She hires a broke alley cat named Tom to come in and get rid of Jerry, which proves to be easier said than done. That may be for the best, as the duo will likely need each other to defeat Kayla’s villainous boss, who isn’t a big fan of either one.Tom & Jerry is currently slated to release March 5, 2021 in cinemas worldwide. The first Tom & Jerry trailer will be available later on Tuesday, Warner Bros. has announced. The hybrid live-action/ animated movie is set to be the first theatrical release for Tom and Jerry in nearly three decades, since 1992’s Tom and Jerry: The Movie. Of course, whether that actually happens is dependent on how the world deals with COVID-19. Currently, cinemas have been re-closing in the US (due to a lack of blockbuster movies) and Western Europe (due to a second lockdown).“Everyone’s favourite cat and mouse have made their way across the world and have finally arrived in New York City,” tweets from the official Tom and Jerry Movie and Warner Bros. India Twitter accounts said. “Don’t miss Tom and Jerry in their new trailer for #TomAndJerryMovie tomorrow!”- Advertisement –
A woman who emerged from Izzy’s Pizza in Hazel Dell with her 5-year-old son, and was confronted by a would-be robber, displayed her 9 mm pistol, scared the man off and then helped sheriff’s deputies find him, police say.Deputies rushed to the restaurant at 1503 N.E. 78th St. shortly before 8 p.m. Friday, after the woman called 911, said Sgt. John Horch with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.The woman, a 30-year-old Clark County resident, told dispatchers she’d walked out of the restaurant to her car when a man approached and asked her to lend him money for gas.When she declined, the man asked for $20, then came closer and demanded money in a threatening tone, Horch said.Horch said the woman reached in the driver’s door of her car, grabbed her semiautomatic pistol and put it in her waistband.When the man approached again, “She lifted up her shirt and, after he saw the gun, he took off,” Horch said.Deputies arrived in only a couple of minutes and found a suspect nearby, Horch said.The woman said, “There he is,” and deputies quickly took him into custody, Horch said.Wilbur Haisley, 48, of Vancouver was jailed on suspicion of attempted second-degree robbery, Horch said.The woman’s young son “told us he was very scared,” Horch said.
Allina Health wants nurses at its Twin Cities area hospitals to move to its corporate health plans. Union nurses say no. It remains a stumbling block in contract talks, although experts say the corporate and nurses’ plans are both generous. … Measured against national insurance trends, all three of the health plans are good, said Cynthia Cox, associate director of health reform and private insurance at Kaiser. (Benson, 7/5) San Antonio Express-News: Health Care Credit Rating Downgraded For BCBS Of Texas’ Parent Company The new commissioner of the state’s embattled child welfare agency wants lawmakers to make a sizable investment in Child Protective Services and the state’s foster care system. … Whitman, a former chief of the Texas Rangers who was appointed by Gov. Greg Abbott to his new post in April, sat down with The Texas Tribune to discuss the problems facing the Texas Department of Family and Protective services — and how he thinks a police officer’s perspective can help fix them. Among those troubles are a spike in the number of children sleeping in CPS offices and psychiatric hospitals, high staff turnover and a spate of high-profile child deaths. Whitman says his agency is hiring 20 “crime analysts” to help track down at-risk kids. (Walters, 7/6) Concord Monitor: New 10-Bed Crisis Unit Opens At N.H. Hospital, A Year Behind Schedule The Baltimore Sun: Health Care For The Homeless Get $1.26 Million Federal Grant Although the New Jersey Legislature voted last month to add $50 million to subsidies for charity-care hospitals, Republican Gov. Chris Christie line-item vetoed the measure when he signed the fiscal 2017 budget on June 30, according to the New Jersey Hospital Association. (Teichert, 7/5) The Texas Tribune: Pay Caseworkers And Fosters More, New Chief Says State Highlights: Baltimore Nabs $1.26M Homeless Health Care Grant; Budget Shortfalls Plague Calif. Coroner’s Office Outlets report on health news from Maryland, California, Texas, New Hampshire, New Jersey and Minnesota. Modern Healthcare: N.J. Hospitals Brace For $200 Million Cut To Charity-Care Funds After a yearlong delay, New Hampshire Hospital opened a new 10-bed mental health crisis unit Tuesday. It’s meant to take pressure off local emergency rooms, where patients often languish for days while they wait for a bed to open up at the state-run psychiatric hospital in Concord. (Morris, 7/5) KQED: Decades of Budget Shortfalls Frustrate L.A. County Coroner Minnesota Public Radio: So, How Good Is That Allina Nurses Health Coverage? S&P Global Ratings has cut the credit grade of Health Care Service Corp., the parent company of health insurance giant Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas, expecting a third year of marginal-to-weak profitability as insurers struggle to make money since President Barack Obama’s signature health care law took full effect in 2014. (O’Hare, 7/5) Sacramento’s Sutter Health has launched a new medical transport network to quickly serve critically ill, injured and fragile patients throughout Northern California. The network features air ambulances operated by McClellan-based California Shock Trauma Air Rescue, Calstar for short, and ground ambulances operated by American Medical Response, headquartered in Colorado. Sutter Health said it has stationed 12 critical care ground ambulances at 11 Sutter hospitals and helicopters at four Calstar air bases in Northern California. (Glover, 7/5) Minnesota Public Radio: Hallberg’s Picture Of Health: Medical Marijuana And Pain Baltimore’s Health Care for Homeless Inc. will receive $1.26 million to provide housing assistance and support services to low-income people with HIV and their families as part of a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. (Cohn, 7/5) The shortage of resources has serious public health implications, such as delaying health alerts to ambulance crews and emergency room doctors when there’s a spike in overdoses such as those occurring now with fentanyl and other opioids. Likewise, we rely on pathologists’ reports to head off disease such as the tuberculosis epidemic that broke out a couple years ago on L.A.’s Skid Row. Findings by coroners’ departments help to identify trends in another public health issue, violent crime. Finally, slowness in investigating questionable deaths causes additional anguish and sometimes financial hardship to friends and relatives of the deceased. (Richard, 7/5) Sacramento Bee: Sutter Health Launches Air/Ground Ambulance Transport Network This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription. A year into Minnesota’s medical marijuana program, doctors are getting a new condition for which they can prescribe the treatment: intractable pain. Doctors on Friday began evaluating potential medical marijuana patients with intractable pain. Their treatments would begin in August. Dr. Jon Hallberg, MPR News’ regular medical analyst, joined All Things Considered host Tom Crann to talk about how this change will work in a clinical setting. (MPR News Staff, 7/5) Everyone knows that real estate is no bargain in Northern California. It turns out that giving birth ain’t cheap either. New research on the cost of childbirth in the nation’s 30 largest metropolitan areas ranks Sacramento and San Francisco as the two most expensive for both vaginal delivery and Cesarean sections. Sacramento is No. 1, San Francisco No. 2. (Gold, 7/6) Kaiser Health News: If You Want To Spend A Bundle On Your Bundle Of Joy, Go To Northern California