Month: March 2020

With the bulk of his recent time and energy being devoted to the coronavirus crisis—denying it, accepting it, flirting with catastrophic measures that would no doubt prolong it—you might have thought that Donald Trump would have had to momentarily put his passion project—destroying the environment—on the back burner. After all, it takes a lot of
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Hey Kendra! So excited to be chatting with you! How did you come up with the name “Kendra and the Bunnies”? Thanks so much for inviting me to interview with you today. The main reasoning behind the name “Kendra & the Bunnies” stems from a few things. First, one of my favorite songs is “White
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Nielsen offered more confirmation that streaming is a big beneficiary as much of the nation shelters-at-home during the coronavirus pandemic. The ratings agency said minutes spent on streaming content in the U.S. was up 50% for the week of March 16 from the year earlier. Streaming minutes – 156 billion – were up about 36%
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Street Date: 5/12/20Blu-ray™ + Digital SRP: $21.99DVD SRP: $19.98 There’s no escape in this new thriller flick. Watch Jesse Eisenberg (Zombieland, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, The Social Network) and Imogen Poots (TV’s “Roadies,” 28 Weeks Later, Green Room) fight for their sanity in Vivarium, arriving on Digital March 27 and on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital) and
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Editors’ Note: With full acknowledgment of the big-picture implications of a pandemic that has already claimed thousands of lives, cratered global economies and closed international borders, Deadline’s Coping With COVID-19 Crisis series is a forum for those in the entertainment space grappling with myriad consequences of seeing a great industry screech to a halt. The
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Courtesy of Box Hill Films Nearly every industry is being impacted by the novel coronavirus pandemic, including entertainment, which has halted production on virtually all projects and delayed the releases of high-profile movies such as Mulan and Black Widow. As movie theaters across the country close due to COVID-19 safety concerns, studios including Universal, Warner
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American icon Dolly Parton has some much-needed good news for all of us: she’ll be reading weekly bedtime stories during these difficult times. Is there anything more uplifting than Dolly Parton reading children’s books? The 10-week program called “GoodNight With Dolly” will feature Parton reading children’s books every week. The program kicks off on Thursday,
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The outbreak of Coronavirus has had massive implications for the UK economy which led to Chancellor Rishi Sunak offering up to £330 billion to help out workers and business owners affected by offering something called ‘furlough’ measures. So what does it actually mean for you? Here’s everything you need to know. What does it mean
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EXCLUSIVE: There is little doubt that The Mandalorian was one of Disney+’s star attractions when it launched in Europe earlier this month, and now TV research company Parrot Analytics has provided some insight on its performance. Parrot collects data from across social media, video streaming, photo sharing, blogging and research platforms to produce “demand expression”
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Music festivals have been put on hold, so Justin Bieber provided the next best thing: an online concert! He performed ‘Changes’ while isolating with Hailey Baldwin in Canada. Justin Bieber, 26, distracted fans who are mourning a postponed Coachella. He launched an Instagram Live session on March 30 — shirtless — and proceeded to serenade
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Ever since I moved out of home when I was 16, living alone was always the dream. And last year, fifteen years and 18 house shares later I finally achieved it. But, over the last couple of weeks of self-isolation I’ve begun to question whether long term it’s really what I want, because while I’m
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There’s a whole lot of shuffling going on at Sony Pictures with their release slate. The new release dates are the result of the current coronavirus outbreak. Ghostbusters: Afterlife (Columbia Pictures) has been moved to March 5, 2021 from its original July 10 release date while the Sony/Marvel pic Morbius (Columbia Pictures) starring Jared Leto
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