Actor Edward Norton will give his account of the deadly fireplace on the set of his “Motherless Brooklyn” when he’s deposed in February, in response to new courtroom docket papers.
A New York firefighter was killed on Thursday night in a blaze at a building in Harlem that was being used as a set for Motherless Brooklyn, a film adaptation of Jonathan Lethem’s novel, directed by Edward Norton said a source.
Filmed entirely in October of 2008, a time when gentrification is rapidly displacing the working and middle classes, Wall Street is plummeting, and then-Senator Barack Obama is making his first presidential bid, ONE OCTOBER is a lyrical time capsule that captures the heart and spirit of New York.
One of New York City’s premier live music venues, Smoke Jazz Club, continues its grand reopening celebration with a spectacular line-up of legendary jazz performers during the month of August.
On March 23rd, 2019, Mayor de Blasio delivers gave remarks at a plaque dedication ceremony for fallen Harlem firefighter Lieutenant Michael Davidson at Engine 69, Ladder 28, at 48 West 143rd Street in Harlem, New York.
The widow of a firefighter killed in a March 2018 fire in Harlem is suing Edward Norton‘s film company for her husband’s wrongful death, according to reports.
Patch reports that the lawyer representing a city fire marshal who claims the FDNY covered up the cause of a deadly Harlem fire to protect Hollywood filmmakers.
Patch reports that heat from a boiler ventilation flue pipe sparked a blaze that killed an FDNY firefighter in Harlem, the city’s fire marshals announced Tuesday.
NY Post reports that residents of the Harlem building where Edward Norton and Bruce Willis were shooting a movie before it went up in flames are suing the landlord and the film company for $5 million claiming their “negligence” caused the blaze that took a firefighter’s life.
Jacob Latimore who appeared on Revolt TV‘s Harlem To Hollywood, Christmas in Harlem and, and he was on the Harlem red carpet at the Apollo Theater for ‘Black Nativity,” stops by AOL BUILD in support of his latest film, “Collateral Beauty,” out in theaters on December 16, 2016.
The Public Theater and National Black Theatre (NBT) will begin previews on Thursday, May 12, 2022, for the upcoming New York Premiere of FAT HAM.
The nominees for the 48th NAACP Image Awards including Harlemites Alicia Keys, Cicely Tyson, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and others were announced today with ABC and HBO leading the nominations in the television categories with 23 nominations and 14 nominations, respectively.