Laurence Fishburne in new togel  Vegas Thriller

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Hollywoodreporter.com claims that Laurence Fishburne is in final negotiations to board Columbia Pictures’ Vegas-set thriller “21”, along with Liza Lapira and Josh Gad who have also joined the cast of the blackjack tale.

 

The film is based on Ben Mezrich’s best-seller, ‘Bringing down the House’, which is the inside story of six M.I.T. students who, guided by an MIT lecturer who acts as a mentor, devise a plan to ‘count cards’ in Blackjack, enabling them to get an edge over the casinos, and subsequently take the Las Vegas casinos for millions of dollars. Fishburne will play a togel  security chief who hunts down the group.

 

Jim Sturgess and Masi Oka have already boarded “21”, which will be helmed by Robert Luketic. Shooting is set to begin in February, in Boston and Las Vegas.

 

Kevin Spacey, who also will appear in the film playing an MIT lecturer, is producing alongside Dana Brunetti and Michael De Luca. Sony’s Elizabeth Cantillon and DeVon Franklin are shepherding for the studio.

 

Fishburne, whose recent film credits include “Bobby” and “Akeelah and the Bee”, also is a theater veteran whose credits include “Without Walls and Fences.” He was nominated for an Academy Award for his role in “What’s Love Got to Do With It.”

 

UK – Gambling advertisements and the impact on responsible gaming

 

The UK Gambling Commission this week released its consultation document on gambling advertisements and the impact on responsible gaming.

 

With effect from 1 September 2007 the Gambling Act 2005 reforms virtually all of the existing statutory restrictions on the advertising of lawful gambling conducted in Great Britain.

 

There will be a statutory bar on the advertising of gambling which is located or regulated in jurisdictions outside of Britain, the EEA1 and Gibraltar. However, the Secretary of State has the power to make regulations, to be approved by Parliament, to allow advertising of foreign gambling operations in jurisdictions which demonstrate that a satisfactory regulatory regime is in place. The process of identifying these jurisdictions is known informally as ‘whitelisting’. The criteria for determining whitelist jurisdictions are being developed by DCMS and are to be published in the coming month.

 

The new initiative will mean that gambling jurisdictions outside Europe will have to apply to the UK if its companies wish to advertise their gambling services Culture secretary Tessa Jowell called the initiative a ‘key part’ of the Gambling Act, which was designed to strictly regulate gambling and to protect children and vulnerable people.

 

“The action we are taking on adverts will help protect online gamblers from crime and exploitation,” she said. “It will stop companies operating from poorly regulated countries attracting new customers in the UK. This is a global issue, which is why we have led an international debate on this. Securing international cooperation will lead to sites operating more responsibly and increase protection.”

 

Countries outside the EU and Gibraltar hoping to get on the new ‘white list’ must pass a number of criteria, which includes acting to protect children and vulnerable people from being harmed or exploited, keep out crime and ensuring that gambling is conducted fairly.

 

 

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