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‘Bob Marley: One Love’ Still On A High At $121M WW, ‘Anyone But You’ Romps To $200M Global & ’Poor Things’ Nears $100M; Korea’s ‘Exhuma’ Has Scary Good Opening – International Box Office - deadline.com - Australia - Britain - London - Mexico - Italy - Germany - Greece - city Lost
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25.02.2024

‘Bob Marley: One Love’ Still On A High At $121M WW, ‘Anyone But You’ Romps To $200M Global & ’Poor Things’ Nears $100M; Korea’s ‘Exhuma’ Has Scary Good Opening – International Box Office

Refresh for latest…: Paramount’s Bob Marley: One Love continued to sing sweet tunes in its sophomore session, adding $15M from 59 international box office markets for a drop of 37% from its above-expectations stellar opening. The overseas cume is now $49.4M for $120.6M worldwide.

Box Office Milestones: Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell Rom-Com ‘Anyone But You’ Crosses $200 Million, ‘Poor Things’ Nears $100 Million Mark - variety.com - city Lost - county Bullock
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25.02.2024

Box Office Milestones: Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell Rom-Com ‘Anyone But You’ Crosses $200 Million, ‘Poor Things’ Nears $100 Million Mark

Rebecca Rubin Film and Media Reporter Score one for true love! Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell’s romantic comedy “Anyone But You” hit a notable box office milestone with $200 million globally. It stands as the highest-grossing romantic comedy in years, outperforming recent star-driven entries in the genre like Julia Roberts and George Clooney’s “Ticket to Paradise” ($168 million) and the Sandra Bullock-led “The Lost City” ($192 million). “Anyone But You” is the first rom-com in half a decade to cross $200 million, since 2018’s PG-13 “Crazy Rich Asians” ($239 million), and the first of the R-rated variety since 2016’s “Bridget Jones’s Baby” ($211 million).

‘The Strangers’ Case’ Review: A Polished But Heavy-Handed Thriller Sorts the Villains From the Victims of the Syrian Refugee Crisis - variety.com - Syria
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25.02.2024

‘The Strangers’ Case’ Review: A Polished But Heavy-Handed Thriller Sorts the Villains From the Victims of the Syrian Refugee Crisis

Guy Lodge Film Critic The international scope and grueling human cost of the global refugee crisis lends itself to contemporary epic filmmaking of a particularly sober stripe, as seen mostly recently in Agnieszka Holland’s “Green Border” and Matteo Garrone’s Oscar-nominated “Io Capitano.” Shorn of their ripped-from-the-headlines urgency, such stories of humans crossing vast distances and facing hostile odds in pursuit of a better life are as old as time itself. A muscular, assured debut feature from U.S.

Kumar Shahani, Pioneer of India’s Parallel Cinema Movement, Dies at 83 - variety.com - France - India - city Kolkata
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25.02.2024

Kumar Shahani, Pioneer of India’s Parallel Cinema Movement, Dies at 83

Naman Ramachandran Kumar Shahani, one of the pioneers of India’s arthouse parallel cinema movement, died at a hospital in Kolkata on Feb. 24 after a period of illness. He was 83.

Popular south Manchester pub to shut for huge renovation - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Manchester
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25.02.2024

Popular south Manchester pub to shut for huge renovation

A popular Sale pub is set to close ahead of a major refurbishment that will see it transformed both inside and out.

Gary Lineker agrees with Manchester United pundits on controversial Fulham moment - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Manchester
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25.02.2024

Gary Lineker agrees with Manchester United pundits on controversial Fulham moment

Match of the Day host Gary Lineker has agreed with pundits Ian Wright and Micah Richards after Harry Maguire was not sent off in the defeat to Fulham on Saturday afternoon.

‘The Roundup: Punishment’ Review: Beefy International Treasure Don Lee Goes Places and Punches People and What More Could We Want? - variety.com - North Korea - Philippines - city Busan
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25.02.2024

‘The Roundup: Punishment’ Review: Beefy International Treasure Don Lee Goes Places and Punches People and What More Could We Want?

Jessica Kiang The shortest distance between two points is popularly believed to be a straight line. But if one of those points is the chin, cheekbone or torso of some sneering and/or psychotic Korean gangster, the shortest route is actually the arc described by either one of Korean megastar Don Lee‘s fists, here playing the fists of Detective Ma, protagonist of the ludicrously watchable “Roundup” series.

SNP challenge Labour to push for Gaza ceasefire including ban on arms sales to Israel - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Britain - USA - Israel - Palestine
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25.02.2024

SNP challenge Labour to push for Gaza ceasefire including ban on arms sales to Israel

The SNP is set to heap pressure on Keir Starmer by challenging Labour MPs to vote for a ban on arms sales to Israel.

I spotted Man United fans' reaction to Marcus Rashford moment and it summed up his biggest flaw - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Manchester - city Luton
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25.02.2024

I spotted Man United fans' reaction to Marcus Rashford moment and it summed up his biggest flaw

Manchester United's five-game winning run came to an end at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon following a 2-1 defeat to Fulham.

In Berlinale Film ‘Paradises of Diane,’ a Woman Abandons Her Baby but Finds Herself: ‘We Don’t Want to Judge Her’ - variety.com - Spain - Berlin
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24.02.2024

In Berlinale Film ‘Paradises of Diane,’ a Woman Abandons Her Baby but Finds Herself: ‘We Don’t Want to Judge Her’

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor “Paradises of Diane,” which premiered in the Panorama section of the Berlin Film Festival, came out of an exploration of the “dark side of maternity” and the role of the mother in society, director Carmen Jaquier tells Variety. The film, which was directed with Jan Gassmann, starts with Diane abandoning her new-born baby at a maternity clinic in Zurich, and heading to the seedy Spanish seaside resort Benidorm, without telling anyone.

Netflix Buys Oscar-Nominated Documentary ‘To Kill a Tiger’ - variety.com - India - Norway - city New Delhi
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24.02.2024

Netflix Buys Oscar-Nominated Documentary ‘To Kill a Tiger’

Addie Morfoot Contributor Netflix has acquired the Oscar-nominated documentary feature “To Kill a Tiger.” The film, about a father’s pursuit of justice in rural India, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2022 and was awarded best documentary at the 2023 Palm Springs International Film Festival. “To Kill a Tiger” was, up until now, the only film this year to be nominated for the best feature doc Oscar without distribution.

Mati Diop Doc ‘Dahomey’ Wins Golden Bear at Berlin; Sebastian Stan and Emily Watson Take Acting Awards - variety.com - Senegal - Berlin - city Santos - city Sangsoo
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24.02.2024

Mati Diop Doc ‘Dahomey’ Wins Golden Bear at Berlin; Sebastian Stan and Emily Watson Take Acting Awards

Guy Lodge Film Critic The Berlin Film Festival drew to a close with tonight’s awards ceremony, with French-Senegalese director Mati Diop taking the Golden Bear for her documentary “Dahomey.” Full report to come; full list of winners below.

‘Bob Marley: One Love’ Surpasses $100 Million Globally - variety.com - Jamaica
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24.02.2024

‘Bob Marley: One Love’ Surpasses $100 Million Globally

Michaela Zee Paramount’s “Bob Marley: One Love” is feeling more than alright at the global box office. The musical biopic has generated $101.1 million worldwide after only 10 days in theaters, including $61.4 million in North America and $39.7 million from 59 international territories. “One Love” retained the top spot on domestic charts in its second weekend of release, grossing $3.7 million on Friday.

Berlin Film Festival: Mati Diop Wins Golden Bear With Documentary ‘Dahomey,’ Emily Watson And Sebastian Stan Take Acting Honors - deadline.com - France - Senegal - Germany - Berlin - city Santos - Benin
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24.02.2024

Berlin Film Festival: Mati Diop Wins Golden Bear With Documentary ‘Dahomey,’ Emily Watson And Sebastian Stan Take Acting Honors

Winners have been announced at the 74th Berlin Film Festival, with Dahomey by French-Senegalese filmmaker Mati Diop scooping the coveted Golden Bear prize as the best film of the festival’s International Competition. Scroll down for the full list of winners, which were revealed Saturday evening at the Berlinale Palast.

'I did hair for traveller weddings after getting kicked out of school - now I'm styling at New York Fashion Week' - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - New York - New York - Manchester
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24.02.2024

'I did hair for traveller weddings after getting kicked out of school - now I'm styling at New York Fashion Week'

A hairdresser who got kicked out of school at 13 says he is living his dream after being invited to New York Fashion Week.

Tesco's double Clubcard event to end tomorrow - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
24.02.2024

Tesco's double Clubcard event to end tomorrow

Tesco customers only have one day left to collect double points on their Clubcard.

Rasmus Hojlund breaks over 400k hearts after Manchester United injury confirmed - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Manchester - Denmark - city Luton
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24.02.2024

Rasmus Hojlund breaks over 400k hearts after Manchester United injury confirmed

Manchester United will be without Rasmus Hojlund for around two to three weeks due to injury.

Vice News Chief Subrata De Leaves Amid Layoffs - deadline.com
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24.02.2024

Vice News Chief Subrata De Leaves Amid Layoffs

Subrata De, one of the most high-ranking executives at Vice Media, is leaving as the youth-skewing company.

American Federation of Musicians Reaches Tentative Deal with AMPTP; Union Leaders Hail Pact as ‘Watershed Moment for Artists’ - variety.com - USA
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23.02.2024

American Federation of Musicians Reaches Tentative Deal with AMPTP; Union Leaders Hail Pact as ‘Watershed Moment for Artists’

Cynthia Littleton Business Editor The American Federation of Musicians has struck a tentative agreement with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, reaching a deal that union leaders hailed as “a watershed moment for artists” that includes residuals for made-for-streaming content and protections against the use of AI. The AFM announced the deal one day after the sides resumed contract negotiations that began in January.

‘No Other Land’ Review: A Frank, Devastating Protest Against Israel’s West Bank Occupation - variety.com - city Jerusalem - Israel - Palestine - area West Bank
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23.02.2024

‘No Other Land’ Review: A Frank, Devastating Protest Against Israel’s West Bank Occupation

Guy Lodge Film Critic It is any parent’s hope that their children won’t inherit their battles, or at the very least, that they can pass the generational baton with some ground gained. For young Palestinian lawyer and activist Basel Adra, a West Bank native who grew up watching his activist parents fight to protect their land from Israeli occupiers, there has been no such progress: Time has stood dispiritingly still as he has aged into his elders’ shoes.

Sabrina Carpenter Performs Surprise Duet with Taylor Swift After Her Opening Set Was Canceled Due to Weather - www.justjared.com
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23.02.2024

Sabrina Carpenter Performs Surprise Duet with Taylor Swift After Her Opening Set Was Canceled Due to Weather

Taylor Swift and Sabrina Carpenter performed a surprise duet during the first Eras Tour show in Sydney!

To Be Loved: A Conversation with Dr. Frank Anderson - thegavoice.com
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23.02.2024

To Be Loved: A Conversation with Dr. Frank Anderson

For every queer person, coming out is a process. There is no one-and-done conversation that renders a queer person fully formed or comfortable, no singular reveal that instantly erases the internalized trauma that follows coming to terms with their identity.

Fox Orders Presentation For ‘The Kumars’ Revival & Script From ‘Workin’ Moms’ Duo In International Content Strategy Expansion To Comedy - deadline.com - Australia - Britain - USA - Canada
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23.02.2024

Fox Orders Presentation For ‘The Kumars’ Revival & Script From ‘Workin’ Moms’ Duo In International Content Strategy Expansion To Comedy

EXCLUSIVE: The Kumars are plotting a return — this time on American television. Fox has ordered a presentation for multi-camera comedy Meet The Kumars, a followup to the award-winning 2001 BBC series The Kumars At No. 42. Most of the original cast is back for the U.S.-flavored revival of the family sitcom/talk show.

Live Nation reports 2023 biggest year ever for concert turnout and ticket sales – while two grassroots music venues close per week - www.nme.com
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23.02.2024

Live Nation reports 2023 biggest year ever for concert turnout and ticket sales – while two grassroots music venues close per week

its end-of-year report yesterday (February 22). It stated that live music soared worldwide over those 12 months “from clubs to stadiums”, with 145million fans attending over 50,000 events (up 20 per cent from 2022).Ticketmaster sold 620million tickets, a 13 per cent increase from the previous year.

Israel threatens to withdraw from Eurovision with song under “scrutiny” for alleged Hamas attack reference - www.nme.com - Sweden - state Kansas - Israel - county Union
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23.02.2024

Israel threatens to withdraw from Eurovision with song under “scrutiny” for alleged Hamas attack reference

Eurovision Song Contest if the organisers attempt to censor their entry.Earlier this month, Israel selected the 20-year-old Eden Golan as their entry for this year’s contest. Her song is titled ‘October Rain’, and, as first reported by Israel Hayom (via BBC), the lyrics appear to contain references to the victims of Hamas’ October 7 attacks.The words to the song were leaked to the media earlier this week, and are said to include the line: “They were all good children, each one of them”.

International Insider: London TV Screenings; Berlin Winds Down; Fremantle Returns To Spending Splurge - deadline.com - Britain - Berlin
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23.02.2024

International Insider: London TV Screenings; Berlin Winds Down; Fremantle Returns To Spending Splurge

Good afternoon Insiders, Max Goldbart here steering you away from Berlin and towards London for the Screenings. Please do read on, and sign up here.

Warner Bros. Discovery Q4 Hit By Softer Advertising, Strike Impact; “We Have An Attack Plan For 2024” – David Zaslav - deadline.com - Turkey
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23.02.2024

Warner Bros. Discovery Q4 Hit By Softer Advertising, Strike Impact; “We Have An Attack Plan For 2024” – David Zaslav

Warner Bros. Discovery saw revenue dip but losses narrow in the last quarter of 2023. Free cash flow grew — a key metric that allows the David Zaslav-led media giant to continue chipping away at its hefty debt, which it is doing.

Mubi Buys Berlinale Highlight ‘Dahomey’ by Mati Diop for North America, U.K., Germany and More Territories (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Italy - Senegal - Ireland - India - Austria - Germany - Switzerland - Turkey - Benin
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23.02.2024

Mubi Buys Berlinale Highlight ‘Dahomey’ by Mati Diop for North America, U.K., Germany and More Territories (EXCLUSIVE)

Dahomey,” a highlight of this year’s Berlinale competition and directed by Cannes prizewinner Mati Diop (“Atlantics”), for North America, Latin America, U.K., Ireland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Turkey and India. The feature film is represented in international markets by Films du Losange, which negotiated the deal with Mubi. “Dahomey” marks the sophomore outing of Diop, a French-Senegalese talent who is considered one of the leading figures in international arthouse cinema and of a new wave in African and diasporic cinema.

Roman Polanski, Stanley Kubrick, Ernst Lubitsch Restored Classics to Unspool at Hong Kong Film Festival – Global Bulletin - variety.com - Australia - New Zealand - Denmark - Hong Kong - city Hong Kong
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23.02.2024

Roman Polanski, Stanley Kubrick, Ernst Lubitsch Restored Classics to Unspool at Hong Kong Film Festival – Global Bulletin

Ernst Lubitsch, Stanley Kubrick and Roman Polanski are among eight older titles set to play at next month’s Hong Kong International Film Festival. Lubitsch’s 1920 farce “Kohlhiesel’s Daughters,” will be presented with a live music accompaniment by the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble. And, despite rumors to the contrary, Kubrick’s first feature, “Fear and Desire,” has been preserved intact and will play at the festival with nine minutes of previously deleted footage.

Warner Bros. Discovery Narrows Q4 Loss Despite 14% Decline in Ad Revenue - variety.com
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23.02.2024

Warner Bros. Discovery Narrows Q4 Loss Despite 14% Decline in Ad Revenue

Brian Steinberg Senior TV Editor Warner Bros. Discovery narrowed its fourth-quarter loss by a significant margin as cost reductions and reduced content production caused by last year’s Hollywood labor stoppages helped it maneuver around a 14% decline in advertising sales and other onerous conditions for traditional media companies. The owner of the TNT and TBS cable networks,.

‘Anatomy Of A Fall’ Producer Marie-Ange Luciani Talks Berlin Film ‘Langue Étrangère’ & Future Projects - deadline.com - France - London - Germany - Berlin
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23.02.2024

‘Anatomy Of A Fall’ Producer Marie-Ange Luciani Talks Berlin Film ‘Langue Étrangère’ & Future Projects

Anatomy of a Fall French producer Marie-Ange Luciani put in a flying appearance at the Berlinale this week with Claire Burger’s coming-of-age drama Langue Étrangère which received a warm reception in competition.

“It’s Been A Hell Of A Year”: How The Streaming Reset Forced Distributors To Get Creative — London TV Screenings - deadline.com - Australia - Britain - Hollywood - Canada
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23.02.2024

“It’s Been A Hell Of A Year”: How The Streaming Reset Forced Distributors To Get Creative — London TV Screenings

Such has been the chaos in international TV over the past 12 months that you could argue Cineflix Rights’ Head of Scripted, James Durie, is underplaying things when he says it has been “a hell of a year.”

How Vietnam Has Become One Of Asia’s Fastest Growing Markets With New Multiplexes, A Movie-Hungry Audience & Vibrant Local Film Biz - deadline.com - USA - Hollywood - India - Japan - Vietnam
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23.02.2024

How Vietnam Has Become One Of Asia’s Fastest Growing Markets With New Multiplexes, A Movie-Hungry Audience & Vibrant Local Film Biz

Lunar New Year is a key box office period in several Asian territories, but nowhere was it more hotly contested this year than in Vietnam, where several local, Japanese and Hollywood movies were slugging it over the week-long holidays (February 9-15).

The London TV Screenings Hot List: What Buyers Need To Know About The Global Distributors Selling ‘Paris Has Fallen’, Karl Lagerfeld, Clive Owen Shows - deadline.com - Britain - Spain - France - Italy - Germany
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23.02.2024

The London TV Screenings Hot List: What Buyers Need To Know About The Global Distributors Selling ‘Paris Has Fallen’, Karl Lagerfeld, Clive Owen Shows

Welcome to Deadline’s London TV Screenings list, our definitive look at next week’s buzzy event taking Soho by storm. If you’re wondering who’s exhibiting, what’s on offer and want to dive deeper into the distribs’ strategy, we’ve done the hard work for you, presenting profiles from nearly 30 exhibiting sales houses. Below, check out profiles for the companies headed over from the States and other nations around the globe. Read on, and find all our London TV Screenings content throughout the week here.

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