Four Chinese films dominated the global box office charts over the weekend, with combined takings of $350 million earned over just two days. And, as North America watched the Super Bowl instead, the weekend’s top Hollywood title, Argylle earned just $15.9 million worldwide. By K Dass.
Apple’s services division, which is tied largely to the iPhone, posted an 11% rise in revenue from the previous year to $23.12 billion. Both the revenue and earnings for the quarter exceeded analysts’ projections. By K Dass.
The companies envisage that the direct-to-mobile satellite services will be used for messaging initially, but ultimately being expanded to internet, voice, and video services using regular smartphones. By K Dass.
Television viewing in the Central Europe region remained high during the last 12 months, according to research published by Atmedia. By K Dass.
Based on the PlayStation game series and starring Anthony Mackie and Stephanie Beatriz, action-comedy drama Twisted Metal heads to Hulu Japan. By K Dass.
The decision to reduce global rollout and local content commitments is multifaceted, influenced by market dynamics, financial considerations, and strategic goals. As a result, regional players like Shahid VIP in the Middle East are seizing the opportunity to gain prominence in their home markets. By K Dass.
Bob Marley: One Love ruled in its box office debut, beating expectations with $28.6 million over the traditional weekend and $52 million during the six-day holiday stretch.
The feature won the Eurimages Co-Production Development Award, worth €20,000, which went to Kyiv-based producers Forefilms.
Nepali film set to make history at Berlin International Film Festival: “our cinema is ready to compete.”
After tugging and cutting the mold open, Chantalle and the staff managed to lift it off her head as she whimpered and wept from fear. While the staff encouraged and consoled her, telling her that she had done well, she also apologised to them.