A Black Radio Host at the Texas Pool Party Says it Wasn’t about Race
5 Things You Need to Know Friday - Jurassic World opens, enhance food with sonic seasoning, heartburn drugs increase heart attack risk and a BONUS trailer.
Black radio host speaks about Texas pool party, says it wasn't about race. (Conservative Tribune)
Heartburn drugs increase risk of heart attack. (NY Times)
Enhance your food with sonic seasoning. (Daily Mail)
The fourth "Jurassic Park" movie takes place 22 years after the first one. It stars Chris Pratt as a researcher studying raptor behavior on the island, Bryce Dallas Howard as the park's operations manager, and Vincent D'Onofrio as head of security.
After 10 years of being open, the park hasn't been getting as many visitors, so the owners decide to engineer a new attraction. They create a genetically modified hybrid called Indominus Rex that's smarter, faster, and more vicious than any other dinosaur.
The first Jurassic Park movie played in theaters for over a year in 1993 and it earned $1 billion worldwide. This one's expected to pull in at least $110 million this weekend.
Lifetime released a 20-second trailer for the upcoming Will Ferrell, Kristin Wiig movie A Deadly Adoption. (Read more from E! Online)