Jun 29, 2020
Watch this new sneak peek for Pixar’s Soul
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Pixar’s new film Soul largely takes place between life and death, as middle school band teacher Joe Gardner (voiced by Jamie Foxx) suffers an accident that separates his soul from his body. A new sneak peek at the film helps to establish Joe prior to his brush with death, as it showcases his love of music and his relationships with his mother (Phylicia Rashad) and his neighborhood nemesis Paul (Daveed Diggs).
It’s a warm, grounded look at the film, which has shown off a more frenetic energy thus far in introducing 22 (Tina Fey), a soul who helps Joe on his quest to come back to life, and forces him to reckon with why he wants to return to life in the first place.
Soul was originally set to be released on June 19 (and was selected as part of the line-up for the canceled 2020 Cannes Film Festival), but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is now scheduled to hit theaters on Nov. 20.
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Joe Biden Instantly Reacts to SCOTUS Rulings on Trump Tax Returns
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Former Vice President Joe Biden reacted to the Supreme Court’s opinions regarding President Donald Trump‘s tax returns, posting a challenge on his Twitter account for the president to release his records himself, as Biden has done.
The opinion in Trump v. Vance, released Thursday morning, was a 7-2 decision in which the Court rejected Trump’s argument that presidents are absolutely immune to the criminal process, paving the way for New York prosecutors to obtain Trump’s tax returns as part of an ongoing investigation. Another SCOTUS decision was released shortly thereafter, Trump v. Mazars, kicking the issue of Congressional subpoenas for those returns back down to the lower court.
The end result of these two opinions is that Trump’s tax returns are more likely to eventually end up in the hands of prosecutors, but possibly only behind the closed doors of a grand jury proceeding — but are unlikely to see the light of day before the November election.
After the opinions were released, Biden retweeted his comment from last October, in which he had challenged Trump to release his own tax returns, as Biden and every other major party presidential nominee has done since 1976.
“Mr. President, you want to talk about corruption?,” said Biden in the tweet and an attached video. “I’ve released 21 years of my tax returns — release yours or shut up.” Biden noted that “even Richard Nixon” had released his returns.
As I was saying. https://t.co/NwOKjL0Zhj
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) July 9, 2020
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