Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé is a hit!
Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé is a hit!
King Charles has jetted back to the UK to conduct emergency discussions with Prince William and Kate Middleton over royal racism claims which emerged in Omid Scobie's 'Endgame'.
Ellie Goulding has announced an orchestral show at London’s Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra. The multi-platinum singer will take over the Royal Albert Hall with the orchestra on April 11, 2024, to perform classical rearrangements of tracks from her back catalogue, including cuts from her latest album, ‘Higher Than Heaven’, which she released in April.
Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief Macau casino operator, Sands China entered into a strategic partnership with Chinese streaming company Tencent Video and Chinese cinema ticketing firm Maoyan Entertainment. The three parties will team up to host large-scale offline events, content creation of lifestyle and entertainment programs and online marketing and promotion. Operating The Venetian Macao, The Parisian Macao and The Londoner Macao casino resorts, Sands runs several large entertainment facilities in Macau, including the 15,000-seat Cotai Arena, the 1,800-seat Venetian Theatre, the 6,000-seat The Londoner Arena, the 1,200-seat The Parisian Theatre, and the 1,700-seat Londoner Theatre. The three will co-organize events in Macau including live performances, concerts, films, TV series, variety shows, sports and cultural activities.
Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé, is not just a musical spectacle and a heart-pumping recreation of the tour with which it shares a name, but a heartfelt tribute to her late Uncle Johnny.The movie opened globally on Friday, Dec. 1, World AIDS Day, a day meant to honor and remember those who have passed away from the disease.During a premiere event, the singer stood on stage and spoke to the crowd.“I’m really proud this film is coming out on December 1st, World AIDS Day, in honor of Uncle Johnny,” she said.
Coco Gauff is celebrating her mom’s birthday! Gauff shared some photos of her mom, Candi, on Instagram stories, sharing with the world some of the memories she’s made with her mom. Coco Gauff shows off her festival fashion at Camp Flog Gnaw CarnivalA look into Coco Gauff’s off-court life: Doja Cat concert and Thanksgiving karaokeOn her Instagram stories, Coco shared some of her favorite photos of her mom, showing her in different locations. The collage is made up of four photos, two where Coco is accompanying her mom and two where Candi is alone.
Jem Aswad Executive Editor, Music Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye will direct $2.5 million toward emergency humanitarian efforts in Gaza, which equates to 4 million emergency meals that could feed more than 173,000 Palestinians for two weeks, according to the announcement. Tesfaye, a United Nations World Food Programme Goodwill Ambassador, will contribute the money from his XO Humanitarian Fund. Since the Israel-Hamas violence launched on Oct.
Plans have been submitted for a mixed-use commercial site in the Hattersley area of Tameside. They include a new Aldi store, a Costa Coffee café/drive-thru, 16 electric vehicle charging points and eight new employment units on a 5.5-acre site adjacent to Stockport Road and Ashworth Lane.
was hit in the face by an unidentified flying object during a press appearance in Brazil on Sunday. The incident happened at CCXP 2023, so the moment was captured on camera and subsequently on social media.In clips, Pugh can be seen wincing upon impact and mouthing either “wow” or “ow” before bending over to retrieve the item.This content can also be viewed on the site it from.None of Florence Pugh's cast mates were in the line of fire, but costars Timothée Chalamet and Austin Butler can be seen reacting as the object glances off the side of her face.It remains unclear what hit Pugh, but it does appear to have been thrown in her direction from the audience: a dangerous fan trend that appears to be coming back in a post-pandemic world.
Beyoncé‘s concert film, Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé, stormed at the box office this weekend, with $21million in ticket sales in North America alone.READ MORE: Beyoncé – ‘Renaissance’ review: a celebration of love and Black joyWritten, directed and produced by the 42-year-old singer herself, the movie focuses on the tour for her Grammy-winning album ‘Renaissance‘.Debuting in 2,539 theatres in the US and Canada, and 94 other territories globally, the movie features guest appearances from Diana Ross, Kendrick Lamar and Megan Thee Stallion.However, the opening did not quite reach the enormous success of the release of Beyonce’s peer and friend, Taylor Swift’s concert movie tour which debuted in October.Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour made a staggering $92.8million in its opening weekend.
Naman Ramachandran Sandeep Vanga Reddy’s blood-soaked Bollywood epic “Animal,” starring Ranbir Kapoor, emerged as the No. 1 film globally with $42.1 million, according to data published by ComScore. “Animal” released across 38 global territories.
Oppenheimer star shared the stage with her Dune: Part 2 co-stars at CCXP to promote the upcoming sci-fi film, when she was hit in the eye by an object thrown from the crowd. It is currently unclear if the throw was intentionally aimed for Pugh or what the object was.In footage captured and shared online, Pugh can be seen taken aback and wincing after being hit in the eye by the object.
is complete, Taylor Swift is free to attend football games again—at least until her tour picks back up in February.On December 3, the was spotted at Lambeau Field in Wisconsin as the Kansas City Chiefs face off against the Green Bay Packers. Swift made dressing for the chilly Midwestern night look chic in a long coat, which was bright red to match the team's colors, of course.She paired the outerwear with thigh-high black boots and tights, styling her hair into a sleek low bun.This content can also be viewed on the site it from.Swift arrived at the game with her fellow Chiefs Brittany Mahomes, who was also decked out in the team's colors.
Refresh for latest…: New global entry Queen Bey’s concert movie/documentary Renaissance: A Film By Beyoncé put a ring on a $27.4M global debut this weekend. Included in that is $6.4M from 2,621 overseas cinemas.
A.D. Amorosi To paraphrase David Mamet’s caustic sales pitch from “Glengarry Glen Ross,” KISS has always been closing. That’s fine.
and .After of , the took to Instagram to praise the musicians for setting a powerful example for young women by supporting each other's projects. “When I grew up, women were always pit against one another,” Lively captioned a with Queen Bey and Swift from the event.
Rebecca Rubin Film and Media Reporter Queen Bey is the new box office queen. “Renaissance,” a concert film written, directed and produced by Beyoncé, topped the domestic box office with $21 million in its opening weekend, slightly ahead of expectations. These ticket sales rank as one of the best debuts for a concert film, joining the company of Taylor Swift’s “The Eras Tour” (far and away the biggest with $92.9 million), 2008’s “Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert” ($31.1 million), 2011’s “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” and 2009’s “Michael Jackson: This Is It” ($23.2 million).
Beyoncé‘s Renaissance concert film has been estimated to make over $22million (£17million) at its box office opening.The highly-anticipated film, which was released November 25 in the US, has already been praised in its first reviews. Deadline said “the intimate insight into her life at this stage in her career is a special treat,” whilst Today called Renaissance “unlike any films she’s done before, the singer’s latest production stands apart in its breathtaking visuals”.The Hollywood Reporter are now reporting that the film could earn between $21-24million in its domestic debut.
A live event hosted by Fortnite has added two more shows due to long queue times. The Big Bang event was scheduled on Saturday night but players were met with long queue times that saw them missing out.
Blake Lively is sharing some reflections after attending Beyoncé‘s concert film premiere.
Strictly Come Dancing's Dianne Buswell has shared a message from her dad after he was forced to miss attending Saturday's live show (December 2) due to chemotherapy treatment. The 34-year-old dancer recently confirmed her dad was unwell and later revealed plans for her family to come visit her in the UK had been put on hold.
“Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé” hit theaters on Friday,” some social media trolls had the nerve to accuse the Queen of trying to look “white” at the movie’s Los Angeles premiere last weekend.Some even went so far as to suggest that Bey — BEY! — was trying to look like Kim Kardashian.Beyoncé would never lower herself to even respond to such trollery. She’s too busy expanding her empire — there was yet another “Renaissance” merch drop in tandem with the movie’s release, if you’re still not saving up your coins for the parfum — and taking care of home with three kids.But you had best believe that her mother Tina Knowles was not going to let the “bozos” come for her daughter without giving them a whole word.(And if she doesn’t scare these fools enough, I mean, have they ever heard of the Beyhive??)After breaking down exactly why Beyoncé’s different look with platinum hair to match her silver gown was in keeping with the “Renaissance” theme — and black diva history going all the way back to Etta James — she then fiercely told them to have several seats.“I am sick of you losers,” she wrote in an Instagram post that, thankfully, spoke for many of us.
Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé” is taking over the box office after grossing $11.5 million on its opening day from 2,539 locations, a figure that includes a strong $5.1 million in Thursday previews. Putting that next to the massive October debut of “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour,” it’s shaping up to be the first year on record that two concert documentaries have opened at the top of domestic charts.
KIIS FM’s 2023 Jingle Ball is bringing out tons of stars!
at home with the kids, it's a night out with and .On November 30, and Swift attended the London premiere of Queen Bey's Renaissance concert film, and it looks like they may have planted some subliminal messages about Swift's next rerecording. We've already covered the pop star's , but Lively's red-carpet look also feels extremely Reputation-coded.For starters, the 36-year-old actor and there's only a smattering of glitzy Renaissance silver trimming on her midriff-baring Chanel cardigan.
Godsmack is doing things a little bit differently in 2024.Rather than melt audience’s faces with their trademark hard rock on the upcoming ‘Vibez Tour’ with special guest Bastian da Cruz, the band is planning on delivering “intimate evening(s) of acoustic/electric performances and untold stories” according to their Instagram.Along the way, they’ll stop into Atlantic City’s Ovation Hall at Ocean Casino Resort on Friday, May 3 and Newark’s New Jersey Performing Arts Center on Saturday, May 4.And if you want to see what Sully Erna and the band have up their sleeve for this nontraditional tour, you can grab tickets for all 37 upcoming concerts as of today.At the time of publication, tickets start anywhere from $52 to $136 before fees on Vivid Seats for all shows on the run.Wonder what tickets cost for the gig closest to you?Stand alone no longer, fellow Godsmack fans.We’re here to help.All the information you’re looking for and more about the 2024 ‘Vibez Tour’ can be found below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation. A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues and links to the cheapest tickets around are listed here:(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.
Beyoncé asked rhetorically on 2011’s “Run the World (Girls).”And in 2023, there’s no doubt that it has been Bey and Tay — Taylor Swift, of course — who not only have had blockbuster summer tours but have followed that up with theatrical film releases this fall that have been bigger events than any Marvel movie.But while “Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour,” which opened to boffo box office in October, is more of a straight-up concert flick, “Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé,” which hit cinemas on Friday, doubles as a documentary that gives you a behind-the-curtain look at the notoriously private pop diva.For a superstar who basically stopped doing interviews years ago, this is a rare glimpse at how the “Break My Soul” singer makes the magic — and motherhood — happen. Even if, as the film’s director, she’s controlling her own narrative.And if you came for a cozy-in-my-seat close-up of all the costumes and choreography, there’s plenty of that too over the nearly three-hour Beypic.Here, we break down the seven fiercest “Renaissance” moments — in order of appearance — both on and off the stage.Beyoncé gets real about “the mental strength and the mental stability required to survive” as a black female boss operating at the highest of levels in the game.“I feel like, being a black woman, the way people communicate with me is different,” she says.
third time.For the first time since 2014, classic rock icons Foreigner and Styx are *touring together.From June through August next year, the groups that brought the world “I Want To Know What Love Is,” “Mr. Roboto” and so many more hits will play venues all over North America as part of their ‘Renegades and Juke Box Heroes Tour’ with special guest John Waite.Along the way, the co-headliners will stop into Holmdel, NJ’s PNC Bank Arts Center on Tuesday, July 23, Camden, NJ’s Freedom Mortgage Pavilion on Sunday, July 28 and Saratoga Springs, NY’s Broadview Stage at SPAC on Tuesday, July 30.And for those keeping score at home, yes, this is part of Foreigner’s ongoing farewell tour.“As we continue on with our farewell tour, I have been very moved by the support and reaction of all of our fans,” Foreigner lead singer Kelly Hansen said.
Olivia Rodrigo has a big Big Apple week coming up.On Friday, Dec. 8, the 20-year-old singer-songwriter is headlining the annual Jingle Ball at New York City’s Madison Square Garden alongside SZA, Sabrina Carpenter, Pentatonix and more.The very next night, she’s serving as the musical guest on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” for the second time.And that’s just the beginning.A little over two months later, the “Vampire” crooner kicks off her sprawling ‘Guts Tour’ that will send her as well as her special guests The Breeders, Chappell Roan, PinkPantheress and Remi Wolf on select dates all over the world from February through August 2024.That includes a four-concert return to MSG when she plays the midtown Manhattan venue on Friday, April 6, Saturday, April 6, Monday, April 8 and Tuesday, April 9.While tickets are expensive — they range from $140 to $400 before fees on Vivid Seats for the North American shows — they are far from what it cost to see Taylor Swift live this past year.Wondering what seats will run you when Rodrigo spills her guts in your neck of the woods?We’ve got your back, Livies.Here’s everything you need to know and more about the international ‘Guts Tour.’All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation and found at the time of publication.A complete calendar including all U.S.
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