The 45th edition calendar gives Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland a twist with an all black cast. Continue reading
(WARNER BROS PICTURES) – “Blade Runner 2049” won the North American box office over the weekend (October 6-8), netting $31.5 million in ticket sales,— far short of the $45 million many expected it to make. Continue reading
(WARNER BROS) – Social media reactions to press screenings of the highly anticipated ‘Blade Runner 2049’ appear to have consolidated the film as a worthy sequel to the 1982 cult classic, although formal reviews are embargoed until the morning of Friday (September 29).
(WARNER BROS) – After shattering September records, last week in it’s debut, “It”, a horror film based on the Stephen King novel of the the same name topped the North American box office for the weekend ending September 17. The movie brought in $60 million in weekend gross brining its total gross up to some $219 million. Continue reading
(WARNER BROS.) – Warner Bros.’ horror film “Annabelle: Creation”, a prequel to the 2014 ‘Annabelle’ and the latest in the Conjuring film series, made a $35 million debut to top the weekend box office in North America. Continue reading
China has taken down two online robots that appeared to go rogue, responding to users’ questions with one saying its dream was to travel to the United States and the other admitting it wasn’t a huge fan of Chinese Communist Party. Grace Lee reports. Continue reading
(SONY PICTURES) – Sony Pictures’ “The Dark Tower” – based on the popular series by author Stephen King – hit the top spot of this weekend’s US box office, according to box office site boxofficemojo.com. Continue reading
Actor Will Smith discusses upcoming release ‘Bright’, which is based in a parallel universe where orcs live alongside humans. Continue reading
The lead role in British sci-fi television series “Doctor Who” will be played by a woman for the first time in its more than 50 years of history. Continue reading
TRUMPONOMICS: “IT REALLY HAS TO DO WITH SELF-RESPECT AS A NATION”
LONDON, May 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — US President Donald Trump, along with Steve Mnuchin, the treasury secretary and Gary Cohn, the director of the National Economic Council, sat down with editors from The Economist on May 4th 2017 to discuss the Trump administration’s economic policy.