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‘Bullet Train’ Repeats No. 1, ‘Top Gun’ Returns to No. 2 as Box Office Nearly Halts
Is everyone on vacation? This would be a plausible explanation behind the big box office downturn. Although three new films opened domestically, none could crack the top five on the domestic charts and only two – A24’s satirical slasher “Bodies Bodies” and Lionsgate’s dizzying thriller ” Fall” – managed to infiltrate the top 10.
Tokyo diners enjoy Demogorgon pasta and Eleven’s waffles at ‘Stranger Things’ cafe
Japanese fans of the sci-fi hit “Stranger Things” can feast on demonic pasta and dance to retro 1980s tunes at a pop-up cafe inspired by the Netflix Inc horror drama. The store, a partnership with the Local restaurants Pronto Corp, recently extended its run in Tokyo’s trendy Shibuya district for several months amid overwhelming demand. “Stranger Things” has remained one of the streamer’s top 10 shows in Japan since releasing its fourth season in May.
One dead and dozens injured as high winds cause stage to collapse at Spain festival
One person was killed and dozens injured when high winds caused part of the main stage to collapse during a dance music festival near the Spanish city of Valencia early on Saturday, officials said. emergency services. Other infrastructure was also damaged when gusts hit the Medusa Festival, a massive six-day electronic music festival held in the east coast town of Cullera.
(With agency contributions.)