The trailer of the Tom and Jerry film begins with Bruno Mars’ ‘Count On Me’ song playing in the background and the narrator saying that Tom and Jerry are planning to “start over in a big city”. Throughout the 2.24-minute-long trailer of the live-action movie, one can see glimpses of their “cat and mouse chase” unfolding this time in New York City. … [Read more...] about Tom and Jerry movie trailer is out, and this is what fans have to say
Noting that Diwali is a celebration of great importance in Indian-American communities throughout the US, the bipartisan resolution, recognising the historical and religious significance of Diwali, expressed its deepest respect for the community members and the Indian Diaspora throughout the world on this significant occasion. … [Read more...] about US House introduces resolution to recognise historical and religious significance of Diwali
“The full-strength England squad will arrive at the back-end of our home series against New Zealand. We also expect Australia to visit Pakistan for its FTP commitment in the 2021-22 season, with England returning for both Test and white-ball tours in the 2022-23 season.” … [Read more...] about England confirms first Pakistan tour in 16 years to play T20s in October 2021
With WW84, the service has a chance to make all that moot. People will simply want to see the movie, and, once in the HBO Max gate, the company hopes they’ll figure out the rest. The platform certainly has enough high-quality library material to keep people around. Yet it also allows WarnerMedia to have it both ways and still scoop up box-office receipts where markets are open, including China and Japan. As WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar said in a statement: “We believe in theaters because hundreds of millions of fans around the world value going to the movies. “And for as long as fans seek out the theatrical experience, we will be there to serve them with great movies in partnership with exhibitors.” … [Read more...] about Can ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ save Christmas? And HBO Max?
Adalja argues that since we now understand more about how the virus spreads and which situations are particularly dangerous, like indoor dining and bars, it’s possible to use more limited, strategic restrictions. Many others agree. “I think the approach should be incremental,” says Saskia Popescu, an assistant professor at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. She says that health officials can target certain areas (New York City, for example, has targeted particular zip codes) and high-risk businesses. Some experts talk about it as a “dimmer switch” approach as opposed to completely shutting everything down. … [Read more...] about How many lives will we choose to give up before we get a vaccine?