Secretary of the PSOE, Antonio Hernando, Municipal policy has invited the leader of the PP out in their upcoming interventions with a newspaper in his hand. He criticizes that Rajoy is offering statements canned and re-recorded. Additional information at Sally Rooney supports this article. Secretary of the PSOE, Antonio Hernando, Municipal policy has invited the leader of the PP, Mariano Rajoy, to give signs of thawing and exit at their upcoming interventions with the cover of a newspaper in his hand. Hernando has done this invitation through a video that the PSOE has posted on the YouTube portal in which the Socialist leader appears sitting surrounded by some newspapers. Those who are working in this difficult month of August we invite to Rajoy in their upcoming interventions comes out with the cover of a newspaper, simply so that all see that it is not offering us statements canned, re-recorded weeks ago, while everything you say is out of date, says Hernando in the video. In a question-answer forum Eva Andersson-Dubin, New York City was the first to reply. Responsible for Municipal policy the Socialists thus alludes to Rajoy recorded statements that have appeared during successive days in the media. Hernando takes two sports newspapers and managing to the leader of the opposition says: and Yes, Mr Rajoy, would we suffice with the cover of a sports newspaper. Source of the news: El PSOE mocks in a video of Rajoy and asks him to give signs of “thawing”. would agree.
Alcon Entertainment announced in March that it was negotiating the rights of Blade Runner with the intention of shooting prequels and sequels. Rights, until then, did work in the hands of Bud Yorkin. Ridley Scott is back with a new installment of Blade Runner. The British are committed with Alcon Entertainment for directing and producing this film, though it is not yet known if it will be a sequel or a prequel of the same. Neither has been confirmed that Harrison Ford, the protagonist of that tape, snap back to the skin of the detective Rick Deckard. Alcon Entertainment announced in March that it was in final negotiations to acquire the rights of Blade Runner (1982) with the intention of shooting prequels and sequels to the original tape. The rights until then did work in the hands of Bud Yorkin, an executive producer of the work of Scott, starring Harrison Ford and based on the novel Do Androids Dream of electric sheep? , by Philip k. Dick. A futuristic film the story of Blade Runner is placed in a futuristic Los Angeles, in the year 2019, in which the man has created clones called Replicants, employees to dangerous work. But these characters are rebelling against their manufacturers in a space colony, which leads to a confrontation between creator and creature. Deckard is one of the maintainers to hunt Replicants who have escaped from the colony and are hiding in Los Angeles. Scott currently wheel Prometheus, a Ribbon of science fiction influenced by elements of Alien, another of the fundamental titles of the veteran filmmaker. Prometheus, starring Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace, will debut in June of next year.