Channing Tatum ‘Dying’ To Make Highly Anticipated 23 Jump Street

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Superstar actor Channing Tatum has revealed that he is ‘dying’ to get back to work and make the much anticipated 23 Jump Street.

He shared his excitement over the potential comeback movie with Channing Tatum at the premier of his new movie Fly Me to the Moon.

The 44-year old actor discussed the possibility of the comeback film with Sony pictures CEO Tom Rothman, even telling Extra “I’m dying for it to happen,”

Initially, Tatum was reluctant to make the third film but after some conversations he is ready to partner up with Jonah Hill for another classic.

He told press that “There was an idea and then a script, and the script is kind of a perfect script in my opinion…,”

Even though plans to make a Jump Street and Men in Black crossover fell through in 2019, Tatum is remaining hopeful saying “I hope Tom can figure it out for us. We literally had the conversation on the carpet tonight.”


The Killers Let Fans Watch England’s Semifinal Win

The Killers Let Fans Watch England's Semifinal Win
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England fans are celebrating after their team beat the Netherlands 2-1 in the Euro 2024 semi-finals on 10 July.

Fans rejoiced in pubs, at home, and even during The Killers’ concert at London’s O2 Arena. The American band showed the game’s final moments on a large screen, and the crowd erupted in cheers when England won.

The band then played “Mr. Brightside,” adding to the electric atmosphere. Concertgoers shared their excitement on social media, with many describing the experience as unforgettable. In related news,

The Killers received two Guinness World Records for “Mr. Brightside,” recognising it for the most cumulative weeks and longest stay on the UK singles chart by a group.


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Age Of Medical Consent Being Lowered To 14

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The age of consent for minors to access particular medical procedures is being lowered from 16 to 14.

The discussion over this bill started in parliament started being debated and discussed in parliament last Wednesday. The bill will aim to amend the Health Act.

As of present day, the law allowed minors aged 16 or over the right to consent to or refuse to partake in a medical procedure only if a medical practitioner thought the minor had sufficient maturity and understanding of the situation in hand.

If the minor refused the procedure but the medical practitioner thought the treatment was urgently required, the refusal could be denied in order to go along with the treatment.

The new law aiming to be passed by parliament, will lower the age of consent to 14 and extends the phrase treatments to include “psychiatric treatment, counselling, therapy, social work and youth work.”

The bill was brought forward by Social Welfare Minister Michael Falzon and was supported by Nationalist MP Graziella Attard Previ, who both described the potential law as the ’empowerment’ of children.


Darren Carabott Points Out Prisoners Welfare Amid Rising Temperatures

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On his Facebook, Nationalist MP Darren Carabott highlighted the pressing issue of prisoner welfare and the urgent need for improved prison infrastructure amidst the rising temperatures affecting everyone.

Carabott began his post by noting the severe toll the typical Maltese heat is taking and went on to empathize with prisoners who are confined to small, shared cells while enduring this intense heat.

He argued that subjecting individuals to such unbearable conditions will not facilitate their rehabilitation but rather drive them to insanity. Carabott emphasized the necessity of providing prisoners with a humane environment to ensure they emerge from incarceration in a better state than when they entered.

He concluded his post by affirming the Nationalist Party’s stance: along with comprehensive reform of prison management, there is a critical need for adequate infrastructure with proper conditions to offer inmates the opportunity for genuine change.

Carabott’s post came only hours after Social wellbeing faculty Dean Andrew Azzopardi revealed that inmates were suffering from “inhumane treatment” due to “unbearable heat” inside their cells, with temperatures inside cells sometimes being as high as 30°C