Month: October 2021

Refresh for latest…: Sony’s Venom: Let There Be Carnage chomped on a big chunk of the international box office this weekend as it swallowed a $62.3M mouthful from 44 overseas markets. This follows from the symbiote’s record-breaking Russia and Latin America starts over the past few weeks. The Tom Hardy-starrer has now cumed $115.6M overseas
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News The Weeknd Pushes Back Tour to Summer 2022 The long-delayed After Hours tour has been postponed again so the musician can “do something bigger and special for [fans] which requires stadiums” By Matthew Strauss October 18, 2021 Facebook Twitter The Weeknd, September 2021 (Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic) Facebook Twitter Once again, the Weeknd is postponing his tour
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Lori Glaze, director of NASA’s planetary science division, explained how the agency’s Lucy asteroid mission will help illuminate the solar system’s formation.  “The Lucy mission is really exciting, it’s going out to visit these special asteroids that are, they orbit the sun at about the same distance as Jupiter … and they’re special remnants that
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Ilya S. SavenokGetty Images Like many during lockdown, not being able to travel heavily affected Tia Adeola. The Nigerian-born, London-raised, and New York-based fashion designer is the definition of internationally influenced, so the impact of quarantine—limiting her access to explore new terrain—was a major blow to the driving forces in her creative process. Her designs
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If you enjoy reading Electric Literature, join our mailing list! We’ll send you the best of EL each week, and you’ll be the first to know about upcoming submissions periods and virtual events. I’ve probably said it more times than Randy Newman: I love L.A. And to prove it, I pay homage to my city
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WASHINGTON — The Government Accountability Office and the Defense Department’s inspector general are still months away from completing their investigations of the decision to relocate U.S. Space Command from Colorado Springs to Huntsville, Alabama.  “We have been told by the department that results are expected sometime in spring of 2022,” Rep. Jason Crow (D-Colo.) said
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Carrier aircraft VMS Eve takes off from Spaceport America in New Mexico, carrying spacecraft VSS Unity on July 11, 2021. Virgin Galactic Virgin Galactic is delaying the beginning of its commercial space tourism service to fourth quarter 2022, with the company on Thursday announcing a reorganization of its development and test flight schedule. The space
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As Disney/Marvel’s Eternals is being aggressively buzzed to possibly open at $100M, and their co-production with Sony, Spider-Man: No Way Home even more, the Burbank, CA has just shifted their entire Marvel movie theatrical schedule for 2022 and beyond. We’re still making sense of this. DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS (Disney) previously dated on 3/25/22 moves to 5/6/22  
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U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell gestures as he addresses the Security Council February 14, 2003 at United Nations headquarters in New York City. Stephen Chernin | Getty Images WASHINGTON – Colin Powell, who was the first Black secretary of State and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has died from Covid complications at the
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