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Weekend Box Office: ‘Demon Slayer’ Tops ‘Mortal Kombat’

Godzilla Vs. Kong now has $415 million worldwide while Demon Slayer is now the biggest global grosser of 2020. Funimation’s Demon Slayer The Movie: Mugen Train was the top movie at the domestic box office this weekend, with both it and Mortal Kombat taking brutal second-weekend drops. Neither plunge would be a surprise in conventional times, as bot...
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Russia Produces World’s First Batch Of Animal Covid Vaccine

ToplineRussia has produced a batch of the world’s first Covid-19 vaccine for animals, the country’s agriculture regulator announced Friday, which could help prevent dangerous mutations emerging, protect vulnerable animals and support animal-driven industries, such as mink fur farming, that have been crippled by the pandemic. Key Facts ...
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Darktrace London Listing Sees Shares Leap 40%, Shoots Towards $3.3 Billion Valuation

Cybersecurity startup Darktrace, one of the U.K.’s most promising tech companies, has started trading on the London Stock Exchange, valuing the business at $2.3 billion (£1.7 billion). The company said Friday morning that it had raised $200 million as a result or the initial public offering (IPO). Trading began at 8am London time under the ticke...
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Lionsgate Is Betting Its Whole Summer On Hollywood’s Biggest-Grossing Movie Star

Lionsgate dropped a few new release dates yesterday. The big one was a June 29, 2022 (Wednesday) release date for Shotgun Wedding. That rom-com stars Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel (replacing Armie Hammer) as a couple dealing with their last-minute cold feet and their opinionated relatives as their destination wedding party gets taken hostage. If ...
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Why The Rock Paid $28 Million For A Home Through A ‘Pocket Listing’—And Many Others Are Too

On Manhattan’s Billionaires’ Row, just off Central Park, a luxury four-bedroom residence is up for sale. Featuring ten-foot ceilings, four-and-a-half bathrooms and an eat-in kitchen, the unit also includes 24-hour concierge service. The catch? Good luck finding it on the open market. The seller, whose identity was not disclosed, is soliciting offer...
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How Drug Companies Are Expanding Access To Covid Treatments In India

The current surge of Covid cases in India continues to strain the country. Over the past week, the country has been reporting over 300,000 new cases per day, and over 200,000 people have died from the disease. The sharply rising case counts are overwhelming hospitals, which face shortages of equipment and supplemental oxygen.  To help contain...
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Iconic Events Envisions A Future For Theaters That’s More Than Just Movies

Despite my misgivings with Without Remorse, I would love to have seen the film theatrically instead of on a screener. There are screenings taking place tomorrow night, but none of the theaters are terribly close to me, so I opted to watch it at home and write up the review accordingly. Point being, I imagine there are folks who have missed the thea...
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17 Of The Best Tequilas (And 4 Superb Mezcals) To Try Right Now

“Did you know that Filipino slaves—the ones brought to Mexico by the Galleon Trade—taught Mexicans to distill?” No. No, I did not. That was how my first phone call with Rebecca Quiñonez, a longtime spirits educator, started. In that moment, I felt massive shame that I had zero clue that the agave spirits I enjoy today were in fact a product of...