The next movie from Josh Singer is slated to hit theaters in 2019, but he is not exactly thrilled about it.
Singer, who directed Fat Girls, is currently working on a feature film adaptation of his memoir Fat Girls.
In an interview with EW, he said he doesn’t have a strong opinion on the film yet.
“I have my opinion about the film, but I don’t have an opinion about what happens to it yet,” he said.
“What I do know is that it’s not a project that I’m attached to.”
Singer went on to say he is currently in the process of writing the script for Fat Girls and that he has an outline in mind.
The story follows the lives of four friends who all live in a New York City apartment building, where they have to navigate their way through the various social ills of modern life.
“Fat Girls” is a follow-up to Singer’s 2015 book Fat Girls: Stories of a Lifetime, which chronicled his experience as a teenager.
It also stars Allison Williams, Kristen Wiig, Rachel McAdams, Jessica Lange, and others.
Officer Michael Slager, who was fired from the St. Louis Police Department for kicking an unarmed black man in the head, is being sued for racial discrimination
The St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office fired an officer over an incident last year in which he kicked a man in a St. Paul, Minnesota, parking lot, court documents say.
In August of 2015, Slager was in a police car with another officer when the man allegedly tried to run from the vehicle and Slager kicked him in the back, causing him to fall onto his back, according to court documents.
Slager was fired, and he filed a lawsuit alleging he was discriminated against and violated his civil rights.
In the lawsuit, Slagers attorney said he has filed lawsuits in Minnesota, Missouri, Missouri and New Mexico and has received numerous settlements in those states.
He said that in 2015, when the St Louis Police department was still under the control of the Stuarts, the department did not use racial profiling in its operations.
The St. Cloud Police Department, however, used racial profiling, he said.
The lawsuit also said that Slager had to stop responding to calls about a suspect and a drug dealer who was armed and dangerous.
The man was killed in a shootout with police after he was shot, according the lawsuit.
The lawsuit filed Tuesday said Slager has been discriminated against in Minnesota and other states because of his race and that the Stlucys use of racial profiling is not consistent with St. Charles County policies.
The suit asks a judge to dismiss Slager’s lawsuit and to restore his termination.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Donald Trump’s latest tax returns could shed light on the source of some of the slags thrown his way by former presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.
The Trump Organization filed its first quarterly report last month and it revealed some interesting tidbits.
It shows that Trump’s personal tax returns from the year 2001 are missing $6.3 million in income.
It also reveals that Trump had a net worth of $150 million.
The report does not include his charitable contributions.
Trump’s campaign did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment.
The slags are from the company’s wine division and are made from grapes from the vineyards of Slaggar and Ruhr regions in the German state of Saxony.
Trump said he doesn’t drink wine and does not have any.
The company’s spokesperson, Alexander Buehler, said the slagged wine is used to flavor wines made by other wineries in Germany.
The spokesman said that the company doesn’t use slag in its wines.
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