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16 Jun 19
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16 Jun 19
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John Bolton’s days as national security advisor are apparently numbered—for reasons that have all played out in the press, says John Kiriakou. ……………. Everybody in America knows that Donald Trump places a premium on what he considers to be “loyalty.” You’re either with him or against him. The White House staff has been a revolving door […]

16 Jun 19
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16 Jun 19
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16 Jun 19
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Three people were charged in connection with the murder of 23-year-old Cameron Hill in Hatfield. The young man died earlier this week (June 10) after stab wounds. Another person was also arrested when the police continued to investigate the murder. At 1.25 am on Monday, the emergency medical service contacted the police to report that […]

16 Jun 19
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Finch devises the best approach for Sri Lanka The collision of Australia with Bangladesh threatens next week as the deadline for all-rounder Marcus Stoinis to prove his condition, while skipper Aaron Finch prepared Mitch Marsh to directly play a part in their World Cup campaign, if necessary. As expected, Stoinis is excluded from the Aussie […]

16 Jun 19
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More and more companies are training their staff on how to help in the aftermath of a terrorist attack as a result of concerns about how long it will take emergency services to reach the victims. It follows from the evidence gathered during the London Bridge Inquiry into delays in transferring paramedics from ambulance services […]

16 Jun 19
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Updated : June 16, 2019 Classmate Priests 1965 – 69 1920 – 29 Myanmar Medical and Dental Professionals Age Myinmu Naing Moe LMP BMRI / DMR Classmate Priests Catholic Priests Father Edwin David (SPHS, GBNF) served as Priest of the St. Mary’s Cathedral. Father Bernard Taylor (SPHS) served as a Missionary in some Asian countries. […]

16 Jun 19
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Posted June 17, 2019 03:27:29 Photo: Ms Adhikari is the only female helicopter rescue pilot working in Nepal. (ABC News: Siobhan Heanue) "If God made the Earth, then he kept heaven for Nepal. See? That's the heaven there," says Priya Adhikari as she flies her chopper to the top of the world. Key points: Priya […]

16 Jun 19
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16 Jun 19
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Disney/Pixar’s “Toy Story 4” can’t come soon enough to buoy the floundering summer box office.  This weekend’s openings are pathetic. Franchise reboot “Men in Black: International” (Sony) and the second remake of “Shaft” (Warner Bros.) together grossed under $37 million. Two summers ago, when “War for the Planet of the Apes” opened to “only” $56 million, it was considered low enough to threaten the future of that series. Both of this weekend’s sequels were directed by proven veterans with domestic totals approaching $1 billion: F. Gary Gray (“The Fate of the Furious” and “Straight Outta Compton”) and Tim Story (“Fantastic Four” and “Ride Along”), who will doubtless return to making popular movies. As a sign of the times, “Men in Black” still managed to place #1, while “Shaft” crept into sixth place. Studio greenlighters consider franchise entries to be the major reason theater doors stay open, but they keep failing to draw stateside moviegoers. Though the weekend showed the best Saturday jump in recent weeks, the totals will come in around $130 million. That’s less than half of the same weekend last year (which boasted the “Incredibles 2” opening). And so, halfway through the summer, the year-to-date lag has slipped back to around $500 million, over 7%. With an optimistic Sony estimate of a mere 7% Sunday drop of $28.5 million (counting on a Father’s Day boost), this reboot of the Will Smith/Tommy Lee Jones trilogy opened to less than half of the (adjusted) initial gross of the third iteration, itself the lowest of the series. Whatever the final number, it’s a terrible return for a top name franchise led by two Marvel stars and and a proven director. On the foreign side, the rest of the world added another $74 million, with only a handful of countries yet to open. While “X-Men” sequel “Dark Phoenix” (Disney) looks to lose perhaps $100 million, there’s enough international potential bounty to push the combined “Men in Black” total to $300 million. And a much lower budget (around $100 million) helps to mitigate this dismal showing. On the positive side, we have likely seen the last of the summer’s big-budget sequel disasters. “Toy Story 4,” “The Lion King” (Disney), “Spider-Man: Far from Home” (Sony), and “Hobbs & Shaw” (Universal) combined likely cost their studios around $1 billion to make, but each one has a shot at reaching that level in worldwide receipts. The studios are looking to this quartet of mighty juggernauts to save the summer. “Shaft” The first “Shaft” was 48 years ago. The second in 2000 grossed an adjusted $117 million, the late John Singleton’s third biggest hit. It shares with “Men in Black: International” a conscious effort to adjust the formula from its predecessors. In this case, it meant turning Richard Roundtree’s iconic character Shaft into the grandfather of a multi-generational story including his son (Samuel L. Jackson) and grandson (Jessie Usher). Tim Story was brought in to combine comedy and action in this urban film. “Shaft” earned an A Cinemascore — an unusual disparity with weak gross and poor reviews on the one hand and clear positive audience reaction on the other. Even with a lower-end budget (in the $30-35 million range), and with Netflix owning foreign rights (international streaming starts on June 28), this is going to need a strong hold in order to get into profit. “Dark Phoenix” Holdovers But franchise titles that open weak tend to fall hard. “Dark Phoenix” is one of the worst, down 73% in its second weekend. $9 million added gets it to about $52 million: the movie will be lucky to reach $65 million. That number is barely above the (adjusted) lowest openings for the past “X-Men” series films. Worldwide “Dark Phoenix” is tracking over $200 million, but it won’t get to $300 million. That’s $100 million less than “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” (Warner Bros.) will reach worldwide. Stateside it dropped 47%, and will crawl to a little over $100 million. Scary. “The Secret Life of Pets 2” “The Secret Life of Pets 2” (Universal) came in second, down 49% from its opening. That’s slightly less than the first “Pets,” but that first film grossed more than twice as much. “Pets 2” will make money, but hardly at the level of its predecessor or other Illumination Animation titles like the “Despicable Me” entries. And that’s a worry. Steep fall-offs like this make one wonder how this keeps going as a big series. And “Pets 2” faces “Toy Story 4” this weekend. Other films in their third or later weeks had a wide range of drops. By far the best hold came from “John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum” (Liongate), an entry in a still-robust series. It fell only 18%, and now could get to $165-170 million. It already has grossed above the first two combined domestically. “Aladdin” Also holding well were “Aladdin” (Disney), holding at #3, off 32%. It could hit $330 million domestic, close to $1 billion worldwide. The total results (as well as its budget) will be much lower for “Rocketman” (Paramount). But in its third weekend it did better than “Godzilla” (which opened the same date) and looks to hang around long enough to top $85 million. Japan is the main territory yet to open (China hasn’t been announced). Making it into the Top Ten (#9) is Amazon’s well-reviewed “Late Night.” Its $5.1 million gross in over 2,200 theaters comes in slightly below the similarly positioned “Booksmart” (United Artists). Nuance as to what this means can be seen in our specialized report. The Top Ten 1. Men in Black: International (Sony) NEW – Cinemascore: B; Metacritic: 38; Est. budget: $100 million $28,500,000 in 4,224 theaters; PTA (per theater average): $6,747Cumulative: $28,500,000 2. The Secret Life of Pets 2 (Universal) Week 2; Last weekend #1 $ (-49%) in 4,564 theaters (+3); PTA: $5,215; Cumulative: $92,044,000 3. Aladdin (Disney) Week 4; Last weekend #2 $ (-32%) in 3,556 theaters (-249; PTA: $4,700; Cumulative: $263446,000 4. Dark Phoenix (Disney) Week 2; Last weekend #3 $9,005,000 (-73%) in 3,721 theaters (no change); PTA: $2,420; Cumulative: $51,767,000 5. Rocket Man (Paramount) Week 3; Last weekend #5 $8,800,000 (-36%) in 3,021 theaters (-589); PTA: $2,913; Cumulative: $66,143,000 6. Shaft (Warner Bros.) NEW – Cinemascore: A; Metacritic: 41; Est. budget: $30 million $8,315,000 in 2,952 theaters; PTA: $2,817; Cumulative: $8,315,000 7. Godzilla: King of the Monsters (Warner Bros.) Week 3; Last weekend #4 $8,105,000 (-47%) in 3,207 theaters (-901); PTA: $2,527; Cumulative: $93,688,000 8. John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum (Lionsgate) Week 5; Last weekend #7 $6,100,000 (-18%) in 2,033 theaters (-743); PTA: $3,000; Cumulative: $148,627,000 9. Late Night (Amazon) Week 2; Last weekend #17 $5,137,000 (+1,986%) in 2,281 theaters (+2,214); PTA: $2,314; Cumulative: $5,450,000 10. Ma (Universal) Week 3; Last weekend #6 $3,610,000 (-54%) in 1,794 theaters (-1,022); PTA: $2,012; Cumulative: $40,350,000 Sign Up: Stay on top of the latest breaking film and TV news! Sign up for our Email Newsletters here.
16 Jun 19
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16 Jun 19
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Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam apologized to its people on Sunday as an estimated 1 million-plus black-clad protesters insisted that she resign over her handling of a bill that would allow citizens to be sent to mainland China for trial. Organizers said almost 2 million turned out on Sunday to demand that chief executive Lam […]

16 Jun 19
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This week of 9 June 2019 to 16 June 2019 was full of new experiences. The start of my week, I got the chance to go to Brighton on Monday with my class for our group project. My experience in Brighton was very lovely despite the fact that it was pouring rain and windy all […]