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2018 Emmys: Anthony Bourdain Earns Posthumous Nomination for ‘Parts Unknown’

The celebrity chef and TV personality was recognized by the Television Academy......»»

Category: topSource: etonlineJul 12th, 2018

Anthony Bourdain May Become A Winner After Losing Life

If you needed anymore proof that all award shows are just for show, look no further than Anthony Bourdain’s multiple posthumous Emmy nominations. Netflix was just about to pull his Parts Unknown show, but pulling a guy’s TV show who recently kicked the bucket is a bad business move. Because along with all those thoughts […] The post Anthony Bourdain May Become A Winner After Losing Life appeared first on WWTDD - What Would Tyler Durden Do?. If you needed anymore proof that all award shows are just for show, look no further than Anthony Bourdain’s multiple posthumous Emmy nominations. Netflix was just about to pull his Parts Unknown show, but pulling a guy’s TV show who recently kicked the bucket is a bad business move. Because along with all those thoughts and prayers is people pretending they were actively watching any project a deceased party had their name attached to. And the show is eight seasons long. The 2018 Emmy Awards is only guaranteeing more viewership by nominating a guy for an award that he can’t accept if he wins because he’s busy being dead. I can almost guarantee that he will win, and there will be a sentimental speech followed by suicide awareness. Also a hotline number thrown in there for good measure. Bourdain, who died June 8, was honored with two nominations, while his show, “Parts Unknown,” earned six nominations overall. The show’s digital extension, “Explore Parts Unknown,” also scored a nomination. Bourdain is nominated in the outstanding informational series or special category for his part as host and executive producer of the program. He also earned an individual nomination for outstanding writing for a nonfiction program. Additionally, “Parts Unknown” was nominated for its sound mixing, sound and picture editing and cinematography. I wonder if his passing will derail the Me Too theme that’s now going stale and shift the conversation to focus on self-worth and the dangers of doing the funky Spiderman. Probably not. But if it does, this man lives forever as a martyr for eccentric masturbation preferences. Photo Credit: Getty Images The post Anthony Bourdain May Become A Winner After Losing Life appeared first on WWTDD - What Would Tyler Durden Do?......»»

Category: topSource: wwtddJul 16th, 2018

Netflix Extends Availability of Anthony Bourdain"s "Parts Unknown" - See the Announcement!

Netflix is extending the availability of Anthony Bourdain‘s CNN series, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. Following the sad news of the famed chef’s tragic death, the company announced on Tuesday (June 12) that the series – which was scheduled to be removed on June 16 – will be made available for “months to come.” The move [...] Netflix is extending the availability of Anthony Bourdain‘s CNN series, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. Following the sad news of the famed chef’s tragic death, the company announced on Tuesday (June 12) that the series – which was scheduled to be removed on June 16 – will be made available for “months to come.” The move also comes after fans rallied for the show’s extension, even forming a petition on Change.org picking up thousands of signatures. The series first premiered in 2013 and ran for 11 seasons, following Anthony as he traveled around the world to explore local culture and cuisine. See the announcement below. Some fans have noticed that Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown was scheduled to come off Netflix US on June 16. As of today, we’ve extended our agreement that will keep Parts Unknown on the service for months to come. — Netflix US (@netflix) June 12, 2018.....»»

Category: topSource: justjaredJun 12th, 2018

Anthony Bourdain Described By Publicist As "Giddy" Just A Week Before His Death

Those close with Anthony Bourdain are understandably still in "complete shock" following the chef's death by suicide. And that goes for those who worked with the late travel documentarian on his award-winning CNN show, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. Related: Jada Pinkett Smith Reveals She "Often" Considered Suicide Karen Reynolds, director of CNN PR and Bourdain's longtime publicist for [...] Those close with Anthony Bourdain are understandably still in "complete shock" following the chef's death by suicide. And that goes for those who worked with the late travel documentarian on his award-winning CNN show, Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. Related: Jada Pinkett Smith Reveals She "Often" Considered Suicide Karen Reynolds, director of CNN PR and Bourdain's longtime publicist for Parts Unknown, revealed to People: "It's such a shock we don't know where this is coming from, how this could possibly happen. When I was working with him last week he was giddy. He was effusive and happy about the Hong Kong episode that was all he could talk about weeks leading up to it, how it was like a high water mark for him." Reynolds said Bourdain was super excited for the June 3 episode featuring Australian-Hong Kong cinematographer Christopher Doyle and directed by Bourdain's girlfriend Asia Argento: "He was so happy. I didn't talk to him this week but all I know was he was so happy last week. I mean giddy. He was texting me and emailing me which he doesn't normally do about publicity for episodes but he was like, ‘This is a high water mark, this is the best thing I've ever done.' He was so excited to be working with Christopher Doyle. I saw nothing that would indicate what happened like why this would happen. We're just floored. A complete shock." Adding of Argento: "He was so proud of her work and the fact that [Argento and Doyle] collaborated on that episode. That's the last I heard from him and he was so happy. It's such a loss for all of us." A loss for us all. If you or someone you know is considering suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). [Image via WENN.].....»»

Category: feudsSource: tmzJun 13th, 2018

Anthony Bourdain's Season-Finale Episode of 'Parts Unknown' is Heartbreaking - IndieWire

IndieWireAnthony Bourdain's Season-Finale Episode of 'Parts Unknown' is HeartbreakingIndieWireBourdain travels to Bhutan with Darren Aronofsky and gets deep in the first episode to air after his tragic suicide. Eric Kohn. Jun 24, 2018 11:00 am. @erickohn. Share This Article; Reddit · LinkedIn; WhatsApp; Email; Print; Talk. Anthony Bourdain and ...Anthony Bourdain's 'Parts Unknown' focused on character, not caricature. I know: He visited my home town.Washington PostA look back at what Anthony Bourdain loved to eatCNBCWhen Is Season 12 Of 'Parts Unknown'? The Show's Future Is Uncertain After Anthony Bourdain's DeathBustleNBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth -Mic -Newsweek -New York Timesall 97 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJun 25th, 2018

According To Rose McGowan, Anthony Bourdain & Asia Argento Had a "Free Relationship" "Without Borders"

Rose McGowan speaks out again following the death of Anthony Bourdain. As you sadly know, the TV personality died by suicide on Friday — a tragedy that has shocked the world and left many of his loved ones in despair. Related: Anthony Bourdain's Ex-Wife Breaks Silence In an open letter, the 44-year-old Charmed alum wrote: "Dear Fellow Humans. [...] Rose McGowan speaks out again following the death of Anthony Bourdain. As you sadly know, the TV personality died by suicide on Friday -- a tragedy that has shocked the world and left many of his loved ones in despair. Related: Anthony Bourdain's Ex-Wife Breaks Silence In an open letter, the 44-year-old Charmed alum wrote: "Dear Fellow Humans. Sitting across from me is the remarkable human and brave survivor, Asia Argento, who has been through more than most could stand, and yet stand she does. She stood up to her monster rapist and now she has to stand up to yet another monster, suicide. The suicide of her beloved lover and ally, Anthony Bourdain." She went on: "I write these truths because I have been asked to. I know so many around the world thought of Anthony Bourdain as a friend and when a friend dies, it hurts. Many of these people who lost their ‘friend' are wanting to lash out and blame. You must not sink to that level. Suicide is a horrible choice, but it is that person's choice." While addressing the travel documentarian's depression, McGowan shared: "Anthony was open with his demons, he even wrote a book about them. In the beginning of their relationship, Anthony told a mutual friend, ‘He's never met anyone who wanted to die more than him.' And through a lot of this last year, Asia did want the pain to stop. But here's the thing, over their time together, thankfully, she did the work to get help, so she could stay alive and live another day for her and her children. Anthony's depression didn't let him, he put down his armor, and that was very much his choice. His decision, not hers. His depression won." Revealing the nature of Asia and Anthony's "free relationship," Rose penned: "When Anthony met Asia, it was instant chemistry. They laughed, they loved and he was her rock during the hardships of this last year. They loved without borders of traditional relationships, and they established the parameters of their relationship early on. Asia is a free bird, and so was Anthony. Was. Such a terrible word to write. I've heard from many that the past two years they were together were some of his happiest and that should give us all solace." She went on to urge fans: "Do NOT do the sexist thing and burn a woman on the pyre of misplaced blame. Anthony's internal war was his war, but now she's been left on the battlefield to take the bullets. It is in no way fair or acceptable to blame her or anyone else, not even Anthony. We are asking you to be better, to look deeper, to read and learn about mental illness, suicide and depression before you make it worse for survivors by judging that which we do not understand, that which can never fully be understood. Sometimes we are stuck in the unknowable, and that is where we are now, a massive wave of darkness that threatens to swallow everyone in its wake." We're certainly keeping Asia and all of Anthony's loved ones in our hearts during this difficult time. [Image via Instagram.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonJun 11th, 2018

2 Final Episodes Of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown Are On The Way — Get The Details

Anthony Bourdain fans have a drop of good news in this squall of mourning. This past Sunday, CNN aired the already-scheduled episode of Parts Unknown just two days after learning of its star's tragic death. Bourdain died before completing the episode he was working on in France, but there are still two already finished at the time. [...] Anthony Bourdain fans have a drop of good news in this squall of mourning. This past Sunday, CNN aired the already-scheduled episode of Parts Unknown just two days after learning of its star's tragic death. Bourdain died before completing the episode he was working on in France, but there are still two already finished at the time. Thankfully, CNN has now announced they will air them as intended. Video: Watch Bono Pay Tribute To The Late Anthony Bourdain During U2 Concert The first, airing June 17 at 9 p.m. EST, will focus on Cajun culture in New Orleans during Mardi Gras. The series finale will now be Bourdain's trip to Bhutan, a kingdom known for its view of the Himalayan mountains, with Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky. That will air June 24. Two more hours may not be much, but it's one more chance to say goodbye. [Image via CNN.].....»»

Category: topSource: tmzJun 14th, 2018

Celebs Of The #MeToo Movement Defend Asia Argento Against Disgusting Claims She Caused Anthony Bourdain"s Suicide

We are all sad and confused about the loss of Anthony Bourdain. But some fans are taking it out on the wrong person. Someone who is already in a great deal of pain. Asia Argento was the focus of a great deal of ire among the dregs of toxic masculinity even before her boyfriend's death, for her [...] We are all sad and confused about the loss of Anthony Bourdain. But some fans are taking it out on the wrong person. Someone who is already in a great deal of pain. Asia Argento was the focus of a great deal of ire among the dregs of toxic masculinity even before her boyfriend's death, for her outspoken role as part of the #MeToo movement, and getting Bourdain involved in it as well. Related: Bourdain's 11-Year-Old Daughter Will Inherit Most Of His Estate Now she's being blamed by those "internet trolls" for his suicide as well, and the movement has her back. An open letter obtained by The Wrap and signed by Terry Crews, Olivia Munn, Rose McGowan, and 42 more famous faces of #MeToo, demands Asia be left to grieve in peace: "Asia has now found herself on the receiving end of vicious cyberbullying and repulsive slander at the hands of internet trolls who hold her responsible for Anthony's death. She has been accused of everything from causing her boyfriend's suicide to trying to use her 'survivor status' and the #MeToo movement to advance her career." Speaking directly to those supposed fans, the stars write: "We are here to ask those who are angry and grieving the loss of Anthony to find a healthy outlet for their pain. Asia is a survivor, just as we are, and her fame and outward show of strength does not make her any less vulnerable. Asia is not a headline — she is a human being, and she is in horrific pain. There has long been a traditional narrative of blaming, vilifying and martyring courageous women. We reject that narrative." Read the entire lengthy letter (below): On June 8, we lost a rare, great man. Anthony Bourdain was a lightning rod of cultural connectivity. He brought disparate, marginalized people together and made the unknown accessible — some of the many gifts that made Anthony such a valuable presence in our collective lives, whether we knew him or not. An unwavering supporter of women and the #MeToo movement, Bourdain's loss was a tragedy on so many levels, to so many people who saw him as a beacon of a new way of being. We share that grief and deepest sadness for his family and those closest to him whose pain must be unimaginable. One of the most vocal and unwavering figures in the #MeToo movement has been Asia Argento. At the center of our community, Asia has stood, her fist in the air, fighting daily not just for justice for those of us she has come to know, but for abused people the world over. Asia has now found herself on the receiving end of vicious cyberbullying and repulsive slander at the hands of internet trolls who hold her responsible for Anthony's death. She has been accused of everything from causing her boyfriend's suicide to trying to use her "survivor status" and the #MeToo movement to advance her career. There has long been a traditional narrative of blaming, vilifying and martyring courageous women. We reject that narrative. If there is one thing we know with unwavering confidence, "sexual violence victim" is not a title anyone wants attached to themselves. Being known as a sexual assault victim isn't a badge of honor or career booster; it's a highly difficult, sometimes traumatizing and humiliating experience. All of us who have taken the risk of coming forward — and it is truly a risk to us, our reputations, relationships and mental health — have faced harsh criticism and often outright anger and hatred online, in our respective communities and, for some, within our own families. Yet we come forward in the hope that we can change things for others and end the sexual violence and abuse that has flourished with impunity for millennia. We are here to ask those who are angry and grieving the loss of Anthony to find a healthy outlet for their pain. Asia is a survivor, just as we are, and her fame and outward show of strength does not make her any less vulnerable. Asia is not a headline — she is a human being, and she is in horrific pain. We are proud to stand together as silence-breakers. We are so grateful for the foresight and compassion of #MeToo founder Tarana Burke and every member of the community of survivors whose pain deserves equal attention. We are indebted to and linked with every person who has come forward to report their own experiences with sexual harassment, abuse and rape. We are proud of the courage of each and every person who has decided to speak their truth, just as we support those who do not wish to speak. We are proud of the work that is being done, but we are not finished; we have only just begun. We understand sexual harassment and assault are global epidemics. Our request for Asia is a request for any and all survivors. Our standing up for her is standing up to any and all bullies. We implore you to be kind to each other, to believe survivors, to stand up for survivors, to encourage, support and sympathize with them. We ask you to stand with us, as we stand with Asia. Sincerely, Jessicka Addams Lysette Anthony Rosanna Arquette Jessica Barth Chantal Cousineau Terry Crews Emma de Caunes Paz de la Huerta Juliana De Paula Drew Dixon Caitlin Dulany Dawn Dunning Molly Maeve Eagan Lucia Evans Alice Evans Louisette Geiss Louise Godbold Larissa Gomes Natasha Henstridge Dominique Huett Anna Graham Hunter Melissa Kester Katherine Kendall Mia Kirshner Nannette Klatt Jasmine Lobe Sarah Ann Masse Brittny McCarthy Rose McGowan Mary Monahan Olivia Munn Samantha Panagrosso Anthony Rapp Starr Rinaldi Tomi-Ann Roberts Erika Rosenbaum Kathryn Rossetter Melissa Sagemiller Johnathon Schaech Morgan Shanahan Lauren Sivan Mira Sorvino Cori Thomas Melissa Thompson Sarah Tither-Kaplan [Image via IPA/Apega/FayesVision/WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonJul 13th, 2018

Barack Obama Pays Tribute To Anthony Bourdain By Remembering The Meal They Shared On Parts Unknown

Barack Obama is pouring one out for the late Anthony Bourdain. The former president took to Twitter to mourn the chef's apparent suicide and reflect on the memorable meal they shared in Hanoi, Vietnam on season 8 of Bourdain's award-winning CNN series Parts Unknown. Related: Anthony's Friend Who Found Him Dead Speaks Out Sharing a photo of the [...] Barack Obama is pouring one out for the late Anthony Bourdain. The former president took to Twitter to mourn the chef's apparent suicide and reflect on the memorable meal they shared in Hanoi, Vietnam on season 8 of Bourdain's award-winning CNN series Parts Unknown. Related: Anthony's Friend Who Found Him Dead Speaks Out Sharing a photo of the two enjoying some Bún chả -- a traditional Vietnamese dish made up of grilled pork, broth, rice noodles and fresh herbs -- Obama recalled the tv host's passion for food and "its ability to bring us together." What a terrible loss. Read Obama's tribute tweet (below): "Low plastic stool, cheap but delicious noodles, cold Hanoi beer." This is how I’ll remember Tony. He taught us about food — but more importantly, about its ability to bring us together. To make us a little less afraid of the unknown. We’ll miss him. pic.twitter.com/orEXIaEMZM — Barack Obama (@BarackObama) June 8, 2018 Because we can't stress this enough: if you're in the U.S. and you feel like you need help, please reach out to the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255. [Image via Instagram.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonJun 8th, 2018

The Late Anthony Bourdain Took Part In A "Death Ritual" With Darren Aronofsky On The Season Finale Of Parts Unknown

Six months before taking his own life, Anthony Bourdain performed a Bhutanese death ritual the final day of shooting the Season 11 finale of Parts Unknown. The episode, which aired on CNN on Sunday, showed the celebrated chef traveling across Bhutan in South Asia with his friend Darren Aronofsky as they dined with traditional yak herders [...] Six months before taking his own life, Anthony Bourdain performed a Bhutanese death ritual the final day of shooting the Season 11 finale of Parts Unknown. The episode, which aired on CNN on Sunday, showed the celebrated chef traveling across Bhutan in South Asia with his friend Darren Aronofsky as they dined with traditional yak herders in the Himalayas and ate in the country's capital. Related: Million Dollar Listing Star Reveals Battle With Suicidal Thoughts In between chowing down, Bourdain and Aronofsky conversed with a man who shared insight into the country's religion, Bhutanese Buddhism, which saw Bourdain reflecting on his own mortality. When the native man explained the religious teachings serve as a reminder to "not take things too serious" as they believe this reality is "an illusion," Bourdain replied: "Life is but a dream." As the scene changed to show the region's mountainous landscape, the late star narrated: "It is considered enlightening and therapeutic to think about death for a few minutes a day." In an article for CNN reflecting on filming the episode, Aronofsky noted the irony of their final day. He wrote: "His death is incomprehensible. I don't know how to process him being gone… It seems ironic now that on our last day of shooting we performed a Bhutanese death ritual." Chilling. As we reported, Bourdain was found dead earlier this month in a hotel room in Kayersberg, France, where he had been filming an episode of the show. [Image via CNN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonJun 25th, 2018

Anthony Bourdain"s 11-Year-Old Daughter Will Inherit Most Of His Estate

Anthony Bourdain's 11-year-old daughter Ariane will inherit most of the large estate the TV personality left behind, which is said to be worth around $1.21 million. A copy of the Parts Unknown host's will was filed in a New York court on Thursday, detailing his $425,000 in cash, $35,000 in brokerage accounts, $250,000 in personal property, [...] Anthony Bourdain's 11-year-old daughter Ariane will inherit most of the large estate the TV personality left behind, which is said to be worth around $1.21 million. A copy of the Parts Unknown host's will was filed in a New York court on Thursday, detailing his $425,000 in cash, $35,000 in brokerage accounts, $250,000 in personal property, and $500,000 in "intangible property including royalties and residuals." Related: Bourdain Took Part In A "Death Ritual" With Darren Aronofsky The documents also state that Bourdain has a mortgage worth $1.1 million, though the property is not specified. According to NY Daily News, Ariane gets most of these assets. The will says that if Ariane had died before Bourdain, her nanny Myra Quizon would have received that money. A guardian will be picked by the court to "safeguard" the handling of Ariane's inheritance, as she's still a minor. The 61-year-old's estranged wife, Ottavia Busia-Bourdain, is the executor of the will. Bourdain left Busia all his "personal and household effects," including cars and frequent flier miles, with instructions to "dispose of in accordance with what (she) believes to have been my wishes." [Image via WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonJul 6th, 2018

Celebs Join Conversation About Suicide, Depression, & Anxiety In The Wake Of Kate Spade & Anthony Bourdain"s Deaths

Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain's untimely deaths this week are inspiring a very important dialogue surrounding mental illness. And some celebrities are using their platforms to participate in the conversation about their own experiences and the significance of outreach. Related: Rose McGowan Posts Tear-Filled Response To Bourdain's Suicide On Friday, Chrissy Teigen led the way when she vulnerably [...] Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain's untimely deaths this week are inspiring a very important dialogue surrounding mental illness. And some celebrities are using their platforms to participate in the conversation about their own experiences and the significance of outreach. Related: Rose McGowan Posts Tear-Filled Response To Bourdain's Suicide On Friday, Chrissy Teigen led the way when she vulnerably opened up about her own battle with postpartum depression (PPD). The 32-year-old penned: In my deepest, darkest post-partum depression, I would have personally never called a phone number. If John or my doctor never reached out, I would have never even known. It really can be a lonely hole. Watch the people you love and don’t be afraid to speak up. — christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) June 8, 2018 (Obviously not everyone is me and the hotline is incredibly important) — christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) June 8, 2018 During an exchange with a fan, the mom of two wrote: I just always thought PPD was the feeling of wanting to harm your children, and I never ever thought that way. Big cases like Susan Smith made it seem like THAT was PPD. I was just so deeply sad with myself and feeling worthless and useless and helpless. — christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) June 8, 2018 Patton Oswalt chimed in: National Suicide Hotline 1 800 273 8255 I’ve brushed up against this darkness and I know it’s a tempting exit but REACH OUT to ANYONE. Stay on this side of it — in the light and warmth. Where you get to try again, every day. — Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) June 8, 2018 Lena Dunham shared: People don’t commit suicide because of an event, a person or a thing. You wouldn’t blame a person for someone else’s cancer, nor call someone weak for developing it. Only when we start talking about depression as a disease will stigma be erased. — 💎 Lena Dunham 💎 (@lenadunham) June 8, 2018 Ashley Tisdale revealed her own battle with anxiety: See more thoughtful responses (below): When I was in the midst of crippling depression 15 years ago no one knew- except my husband and my theraphist. I was working hard making people laugh, doing photo shoots, constantly moving. I disappeared from friends & family. I’d say "Sorry I’ve been MIA, working non-stop." — Debra Messing (@DebraMessing) June 8, 2018 Depression is when hope hides from you and you think it’s gone for good. Blessings to all souls who feel dark and lonely and lost. I’ve been there and will be there again and to quote my tattoo: pic.twitter.com/yPnTnArDAF — Paula Pell (@perlapell) June 8, 2018 According to AFSP, there are nearly 45,000 suicides every year in the US. Shocking. I was saddened to hear of the deaths of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. RIP. It illustrates that success is not immune to depression. We all need to be more aware of our friends who are suffering — Bryan Cranston (@BryanCranston) June 8, 2018 Two high profile people who seemed to have everything: their dream career, love, money. And everyday I think about Chris Cornell. Depression is a ruthless assasin. Roughly 120 Americans take their life each day. Check in with the ones you love. — Zach Braff (@zachbraff) June 8, 2018 When you are dealing with depression / hopelessness, do me a favor. Avoid clicking on things that perpetuate that feeling. Doing so isn’t disrespectful to the people we’ve lost. It is an acknowledgment that their pain was real. Fight against that pain. Don’t click.#Bourdain — Mike Shinoda (@mikeshinoda) June 8, 2018 1. My heart is broken. Anthony Bourdain was so good to me and a big reason I'm still doing what I'm doing. In January I fell into a deep depression for the first time in my life. Having never dealt with it in the past, I was unprepared. Tony helped me save myself 1 text at a time — Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) June 8, 2018 Love on your people extra today -- and reach out to the National Suicide Hotline 1-800-273-8255 should you find yourself in need. [Image via Ivan Nikolov/WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonJun 8th, 2018

Watch Bono Pay Tribute To The Late Anthony Bourdain During U2"s Concert

U2 knows what it's like to lose a friend — which is why the band took a moment to help the world heal from the pain of Anthony Bourdain's apparent suicide. Bono paid respects to the Parts Unknown host between sets at the band's Apollo Theater concert Monday night, noting that Bourdain was just the latest [...] U2 knows what it's like to lose a friend -- which is why the band took a moment to help the world heal from the pain of Anthony Bourdain's apparent suicide. Bono paid respects to the Parts Unknown host between sets at the band's Apollo Theater concert Monday night, noting that Bourdain was just the latest great talent to take his own life. Videos: Songs That Get REAL About Mental Health Referencing the suicides of Soundgarden's Chris Cornell and Linkin Park's Chester Bennington, Bono told the crowd: "We lost a lot of very inspiring, useful people and gained a few useless people. It's hard, though, to lose a friend, to lose a mate, and this band has been through that and music lost some great people who gave up on their own life and that makes it kinda harder." The Irish rocker also referenced tragedies in the "fashion" industry, alluding to the apparent suicide of Kate Spade, who reportedly took her own life just days before Bourdain. Bono concluded his speech by dedicating Stuck in a Moment You Can't Get Out Of to the celebrity chef and "his friends and family." Watch the audience-recorded footage (below). Bono pays tribute to Anthony Bourdain at #U2 Apollo Theater show in NYC. pic.twitter.com/jifAfJ3Qpt — Dalton Ross (@DaltonRoss) June 12, 2018 [Image via CBS/WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonJun 12th, 2018

French Officials Reveal New Details About Anthony Bourdain"s Hotel Room & Cause Of Death

French officials have just released a few new, important details about the scene they found in that hotel room where Anthony Bourdain died on Friday. Prosecutor Christian de Rocquigny revealed to the media a few important pieces of information on Saturday and confirmed that there were no indications anyone entered Bourdain's room prior to his [...] French officials have just released a few new, important details about the scene they found in that hotel room where Anthony Bourdain died on Friday. Prosecutor Christian de Rocquigny revealed to the media a few important pieces of information on Saturday and confirmed that there were no indications anyone entered Bourdain's room prior to his death, and there was no sign of foul play involved. Related: Details Emerge Of Bourdain's Final Days Beyond that, the prosecutor also confirmed that Bourdain died in the bathroom of his hotel by suicide, and that the travel TV host used the belt from his bath robe as the device to hang himself. Bourdain's body is now undergoing toxicology tests; officials want to know if the Parts Unknown host was on any medications, drugs, or alcohol at the time of his death. But the biggest news is about that hotel room -- and the belt used in the hanging -- as it seems to confirm what was readily apparent from the start: Bourdain, sadly, died by suicide. R.I.P. [Image via Apega/WENN.].....»»

Category: break-upsSource: tmzJun 9th, 2018

Anthony Bourdain Dead - Famed Chef Dies by Suicide at 61

Anthony Bourdain, known as one of the most influential chefs in the world, has tragically died at the age of 61. The cause of death was suicide, CNN confirmed on Friday morning (June 8). PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Anthony Bourdain “It is with extraordinary sadness we can confirm the death of our [...] Anthony Bourdain, known as one of the most influential chefs in the world, has tragically died at the age of 61. The cause of death was suicide, CNN confirmed on Friday morning (June 8). PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Anthony Bourdain “It is with extraordinary sadness we can confirm the death of our friend and colleague, Anthony Bourdain. His love of great adventure, new friends, fine food and drink and the remarkable stories of the world made him a unique storyteller. His talents never ceased to amaze us and we will miss him very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with his daughter and family at this incredibly difficult time,” the network said in a statement. Anthony was in France working on Parts Unknown, his CNN series, when he was found unresponsive by his close friend Eric Ripert in his hotel room. Our thoughts are with Anthony‘s loved ones at this difficult time......»»

Category: topSource: justjaredJun 8th, 2018

Anthony Bourdain Dead - Famed Chef Commits Suicide at 61

Anthony Bourdain, known as one of the most influential chefs in the world, has tragically died at the age of 61. The cause of death was suicide, CNN confirmed on Friday morning (June 8). PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Anthony Bourdain “It is with extraordinary sadness we can confirm the death of our [...] Anthony Bourdain, known as one of the most influential chefs in the world, has tragically died at the age of 61. The cause of death was suicide, CNN confirmed on Friday morning (June 8). PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Anthony Bourdain “It is with extraordinary sadness we can confirm the death of our friend and colleague, Anthony Bourdain. His love of great adventure, new friends, fine food and drink and the remarkable stories of the world made him a unique storyteller. His talents never ceased to amaze us and we will miss him very much. Our thoughts and prayers are with his daughter and family at this incredibly difficult time,” the network said in a statement. Anthony was in France working on Parts Unknown, his CNN series, when he was found unresponsive by his close friend Eric Ripert in his hotel room. Our thoughts are with Anthony‘s loved ones at this difficult time......»»

Category: topSource: justjaredJun 8th, 2018

Olivia Munn Pays Tribute To Anthony Bourdain, Opens Up About Her Own Battle With Depression & Suicidal Thoughts

This is extremely powerful… Olivia Munn was rocked by news of Anthony Bourdain's death, and while she mourned him along with the rest of us for the man we'd lost, she also decided to open up to her own fans about her long-standing struggle with depression and suicidal thoughts, too. Related: New Details Emerge About Bourdain's [...] This is extremely powerful... Olivia Munn was rocked by news of Anthony Bourdain's death, and while she mourned him along with the rest of us for the man we'd lost, she also decided to open up to her own fans about her long-standing struggle with depression and suicidal thoughts, too. Related: New Details Emerge About Bourdain's Death The actress took to Instagram over the weekend with several different touching and memorable posts, leading off with a very simple, sad tribute to Bourdain himself (below): Anthony Bourdain 💔A post shared by Olivia Munn (@oliviamunn) on Jun 8, 2018 at 6:52am PDT Awww. So sad. Related: Details Emerge Of Bourdain's Final Days But it's the one that followed immediately after which is gaining the most attention -- in this next post (below), Munn admitted to her own struggles with depression and really opened up in an unexpected way: I have lived with anxiety and sporadic bouts of depression for most of my adult life. 10 years ago I tackled it, learned to fully understand it and haven’t felt the dark depths of depression in about a decade. But before that, thoughts of suicide crossed my mind more than a few times. For those who don’t understand depression, when someone is in that place it’s not because they want to die... it’s because the ongoing, relentless darkness is too painful to endure anymore. You don’t have to suffer from anxiety and depression to feel that low. Something very sad or traumatic can happen to you just once to bring about that feeling of despair. But please listen to me- from someone who is telling you that she’s been where you are- when I say that SUICIDE IS NOT THE RIGHT CHOICE. 💛 Here is a list of the international suicide prevention numbers. Please don’t hesitate to call for you or someone you think needs help. A phone call could change everything. Even if you think you don’t want to get involved or don’t want your friend to be mad at you or if you’re the one suffering and don’t want to be talked out of it or feel insecure about asking for help. Those are temporary consequences. With suicide, there’s no do-overs. Please try every single option you can before making a choice that cannot be undone.A post shared by Olivia Munn (@oliviamunn) on Jun 8, 2018 at 7:04am PDT Wow. Very, very powerful stuff. And just a couple hours ago, she added one more very telling IG post (below): 🐰📘A post shared by Olivia Munn (@oliviamunn) on Jun 10, 2018 at 2:58pm PDT A nice, sweet wrap-up on what was otherwise a tough, tough weekend. Sending good thoughts to Olivia Munn, and anybody else struggling with depression or suicidal thoughts. Take care of each other! [Image via FayesVision/Jeff Grossman/WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonJun 10th, 2018

Anthony Bourdain"s Mother Says There Were No Red Flags Before His Tragic Death

No one was more shocked about Anthony Bourdain's suicide than his own mother. In a phone interview with NBC News, Gladys Bourdain said she never saw any red flags indicating that something might be wrong with her son prior to his death. Related: Olivia Munn Opens Up About Battle With Suicidal Thoughts She insisted: "Not a one, ever." Gladys, a [...] No one was more shocked about Anthony Bourdain's suicide than his own mother. In a phone interview with NBC News, Gladys Bourdain said she never saw any red flags indicating that something might be wrong with her son prior to his death. Related: Olivia Munn Opens Up About Battle With Suicidal Thoughts She insisted: "Not a one, ever." Gladys, a former editor at The New York Times, revealed that her younger son, Christopher, broke the news of Anthony's death to her. She added that her late son was "a lover of people of all kinds" who never hid who he was: "[He was] feisty and very talented. He didn't disguise anything ... he was who he was, and it was out there for everyone to see." Reminiscing about his childhood, Gladys remembered Anthony, whom she last heard from in an email on Mother's Day, was always wise beyond his years: "He always had talent, and he always had an incredible vocabulary. In second grade [his teacher] suggested that we put him into a private school because he was sitting in a corner reading books while all the other kids were learning how to read." The Parts Unknown host's mother also shared that she was the one who suggested Anthony go to culinary school after he spent a summer working in a kitchen: "The thing is he came back from his first summer in Provincetown as a dishwasher, and then one of the cooks burned himself or cut himself so badly he had to stop work and Tony, who had been just observing, filled in. And when he came back at the end of that summer, we talked about it and since he had so little interest in his college career. I suggested the Culinary Institute and that's how it all started." As we reported, the 61-year-old was found dead by suicide in a French hotel room on Friday by his friend Eric Ripert. Our heart goes out to Anthony's mother at this difficult time. He may never have displayed any signs of struggling, but even the most charismatic people can have a face they never reveal to others. If you're in the U.S. and you feel like you need help, please reach out to the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255. [Image via WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonJun 11th, 2018

Don't Order Fish on Mondays, Plus 9 More Dining Out Tips We Learned from Anthony Bourdain - PEOPLE.com

PEOPLE.comDon't Order Fish on Mondays, Plus 9 More Dining Out Tips We Learned from Anthony BourdainPEOPLE.comIn recent years, the celebrated, uncensored and adventurous Anthony Bourdain, who died suddenly at the age of 61 on Friday, became increasingly famous as the host of CNN's Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, a travelogue that made viewers hungry for ...How Anthony Bourdain's Mom Learned of His Tragic DeathE! OnlineAnthony Bourdain's Mother Gladys Reveals When She Last Spoke to Her Late SonUs WeeklyAnthony Bourdain's Extreme EmpathyThe AtlanticHollywood Reporter -Variety -HuffPost -CNNMoneyall 1,194 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJun 12th, 2018

Anthony Bourdain's will reveals net worth of $1.2M, reports say - CBS News

CBS NewsAnthony Bourdain's will reveals net worth of $1.2M, reports sayCBS NewsAnthony Bourdain, the late celebrity chef and host of CNN's "Parts Unknown," left most of his $1.2 million estate to his 11-year-old daughter, Ariane, court papers revealed. The TV personality was found dead in his hotel room in June while he was in ...Anthony Bourdain leaves most of $1.2M estate to his daughter in willUSA TODAYHow Anthony Bourdain's Estate Plan Reflected The Two Most Important Parts Of His LifeForbesAnthony Bourdain Richer Than Will SuggestsTMZHuffPost -PerezHilton.com -Closer Weekly -Jezebelall 90 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsJul 6th, 2018

Anthony Bourdain Said He Felt "Some Responsibility" To "At Least Try To Live" After Becoming A Father In Recent Interview

We still can't believe it. As we reported, Anthony Bourdain died by suicide on Friday. As the world mourns his loss, recent interviews with the travel journalist are now resurfacing. In what would be his final interview, the 61-year-old Parts Unknown host described himself as "happy" and spoke about his young daughter, 11-year-old Ariane. Related: Walker Hayes & [...] We still can't believe it. As we reported, Anthony Bourdain died by suicide on Friday. As the world mourns his loss, recent interviews with the travel journalist are now resurfacing. In what would be his final interview, the 61-year-old Parts Unknown host described himself as "happy" and spoke about his young daughter, 11-year-old Ariane. Related: Walker Hayes & Wife Laney Mourn The Loss Of Daughter He told People back in February that he felt "some responsibility" to "at least try to live" ever since becoming a father: "I also do feel I have things to live for. There have been times, honestly, in my life that I figured, ‘I've had a good run — why not just do this stupid thing, this selfish thing… jump off a cliff into water of indeterminate depth.'" Bourdain added that he used to intentionally "go to places" where "I was, frankly, asking for trouble. It was a daredevil move": "In retrospect, I don't know that I would do that today — now that I'm a dad or reasonably happy." The explorer said that he was "happy in ways that I have not been in memory" and "happy in ways I didn't think I ever would be, for sure." He attributed his happiness "somebody really strong" -- seemingly referencing his girlfriend, Asia Argento. Also in an interview with People, Bourdain commented that he would probably "die in the saddle" when asked about retirement. He said at the time: "I gave up on that. I've tried. I just think I'm just too nervous, neurotic, driven. I would have had a different answer a few years ago. I might have deluded myself into thinking that I'd be happy in a hammock or gardening. But no, I'm quite sure I can't. I'm going to pretty much die in the saddle." Devastating. If you or someone you know is in need of help, please know that you are not alone and contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), text "help" to the Crisis Text Line at 741-741. [Image via Ivan Nikolov/WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonJun 8th, 2018