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Scott Budnick's One Community Signs Co-Finance Deal On Aretha Franklin Biopic 'Respect' Starring Jennifer Hudson Additionally, Mad Solar has teamed with A24 and Bron Studios on the horror film X. Written and directed by Ti West, X stars Mia Goth, Mescudi and Jenna Ortega. Kevin Turen, Sam Levinson and Ashley Levinson of Little Lamb Productions and Jacob Jaffke will produce. Mescudi, Cummings, Manashil and Gilbert are executive producers on the film which will begin production early 2021. “Scott Mescudi’s growth as a creative and an entrepreneur has been impressive,” said Aaron L. Gilbert, Bron Chairman. “For Bron, click this over here now the strategic relationship with Mad Solar is key in our efforts to support the entertainment industry’s top creatives, as well as expand Bron’s access to the best in class music and sports talent through Mad Solar’s management division.” Mescudi can be seen in Season 3 of HBO’s Westworld and Nick Jarecki’s indie feature Dreamland opposite Gary Oldman. He also had a key supporting role in MGM’s Bill & Ted Face The Music and played one of the leads of Luca Guadagnino’s HBO series We Are Who We Are. Upcoming Bron film releases include Jordan Peele’s Candyman; the Aretha Franklin biography Respect, starring Jennifer Hudson; Judas and the Black Messiah, starring Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield; Barry Levinson’s Harry Haft, starring Ben Foster; Taylor Sheridan’s Those Who Wish Me Dead, starring Angelina Jolie; David Lowery’s The Green Knight, starring Dev Patel; and Ghostbusters: Afterlife, the third collaboration with Jason Reitman.


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Audio recorded by ShotSpotter is permanently deleted after 30 hours of no gunshot detection, according to police.  "We think it's better that ShotSpotter monitors the sensors and that we can't access the audio freely" so that residents' concerns about police surveillance are eased, LeValley told the Free Press last week. The department held two public meetings last week to get citizen input on ShotSpotter. The department is getting $100,000 as part of Operation Legend — a Trump administration initiative to battle crime in major U.S. cities — to implement ShotSpotter. Also approved by  a 8-1 vote Tuesday was a $3.9 million plan that includes the installation of 215 traffic light-mounted cameras across the city, adding to the roughly 120 cameras already operating as part of a pilot program. Ron Brundidge, director of the Detroit Department of Public Works, said the cameras and other technology will allow the department to collect and analyze traffic data that could help make intersections safer.  The technology, he said, will also  alert the department when a traffic signal is down. Brundidge said the cameras cannot be used with facial recognition technology nor can they be equipped with license plate readers. “This technology doesn’t have that capability,” Brundidge said at a City Council meeting Monday. Footage from the cameras can be used, however, to aid with police investigations.