Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin In a surprise move akin to Netflix’s NFLX debut of The Cloverfield Paradox (during which they dropped a trailer on Super Bowl Sunday and released the movie as soon as the game ended), Apple AAPL TV+ has offered the first trailer to Antoine Fuqua and William N. Collage’s Emancipation . The visually intriguing action-drama stars Will Smith as Peter (Smith), a runaway slave who joined up with the Union Army. The photos of his bare back, filled with gruesome scars from a near-fatal whipping at the hands of slaveowners, were a historical touchtone in convincing people that slavery was very bad. That’s a lesson that still needs to be taught (to adults more so than children), but I digress. Apple has announced that the film will play theatrically on December 2 and debut on Apple TV on December 9. So much for Will Smith being ‘canceled.’ Apple sees a window in the awards season, both in terms of theatrical releases … [Read more...] about Can Will Smith’s ‘Emancipation’ Be This Year’s ‘Million Dollar Baby’ Or ‘Last Samurai’?
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin With a population of 62.1 million Latinos have been for years the largest ethnic group in the U.S. accounting for 18.6% of the population. From the 2010 to 2020 Census the population of Latinos grew by 23%, compared to 7.4% for the general population. Also, the median age of Latinos is 29.8 younger than any other ethnic group. In addition, Latinos account for 25% of Generation Z and 30% of Generation Alpha. Latinos have also an economic power, their buying power now stands at $1.9 trillion, an increase of 87% over the past decade, compared to +51% for non-Latinos. Furthermore, with a total economic output of $2.8 trillion, if Latinos were a separate nation, they would have the fifth largest economy (GDP) in the world, ranking ahead of four G7 nations; the United Kingdom, France. Italy and Canada (as well as Russia). In fact, over the past ten years only China and India have had a faster growing economy than Latinos With … [Read more...] about Despite Economic Clout And A Youthful Population, Latinos Continue To Be Overlooked By Hollywood
UPDATE: WHO BLEW UP THE PIPELINES? … BIDEN ADMIN SAYS THE BLASTS HAVE GIVEN UNITED STATES A ‘TREMENDOUS STRATEGIC OPPORTUNITY’ TO PUSH GREEN ENERGY AND EXPORT LNG … TOM ELLIOTT: [email protected] celebrates Nordstream bombings: “A tremendous opportunity to once & for all remove the dependence on Russian energy & thus to take away from Putin the weaponization of energy … That’s very significant & offers tremendous strategic opportunity for the years to come” ( VIDEO ) JUST IN TIME FOR HALLOWEEN… FAUCI GIVES MORE OF YOUR MONEY TO DR. FRANKENSTEIN… SAAGAR ENJETI: UNBELIEVABLE: Fauci in his waning months as head of NIAID just greenlit a 600k grant to Peter Dzask and the Ecohealth Alliance for “bat coronavirus” research. The same organization that funded the Wuhan lab and research that plausibly lead to the entire COVID19 pandemic ( SCREENGRABS ) BIDEN STILL CLAIMING HIS GIANT SPENDING PACKAGE WILL REDUCE THE DEFICIT… @BREAKING911: POTUS: “I’m so sick of … [Read more...] about Editor Daily Rundown: Who Blew Up The Pipelines?
- A + A SINGAPORE/SEOUL (Oct 3): For years Covid froze one of private banking’s best tools for keeping customers loyal — invite-only events for the children of wealthy clients. Now, as global borders finally re-open, they’re starting to return. In the bowels of Singapore’s Ritz-Carlton hotel 12 young people in gray hoodies sipping bubble tea could be mistaken for a university study group on first glance. That’s until you look down and see the Balenciaga sneakers and US$4,000 Christian Dior book totes. The sessions that include the nuances of crypto art are part of a week-long event run by the Bank of Singapore, one of those tentatively resuming physical programmes despite the awkward potential risk of infecting some of their richest scions. While the private banks tried to replicate in-person shindigs with Zoom seminars and learning portals during the pandemic, these didn’t always succeed in sufficiently engaging the next generation. Trillions of dollars in … [Read more...] about Rich kids’ boot camps return as private banks woo next-gen wealth