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AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc. to Announce Second Quarter 2021 Results and Host Earnings Webcast

LEAWOOD, Kan.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AMC Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (“AMC” or “the Company”), the largest theatrical exhibition company in the world, announced today that it will report its results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2021, after the market closes on Monday, August 9, 2021.

AMC is introducing an exciting new partnership with Say Technologies to enhance engagement with our approximately 4 million retail investors by providing an online platform to ask questions of management. Starting today, AMC invites investors to submit and upvote questions that they would like addressed on our earnings webcast by visiting the platform: app.saytechnologies.com/amc-2021-q2/. This shareholder Q&A platform will remain open until 24 hours before the earnings webcast. Management will answer a selection of questions during the earnings webcast on August 9, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. CDT /5:00 p.m. EDT.

Management will respond to questions about AMC’s strategic priorities, business operations, and financial position,

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Plant City Entertainment To Present Sister Act This July

Live shows are finally back at Plant City Entertainment. This July, Plant City Entertainment will present the musical Sister Act. You will not want to miss your chance to welcome local actors, cast and crew back to the stage.

After a long year and a half of being dark and shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Plant City Entertainment will once again raise the curtain for live entertainment starting on Friday, July 16, and it will present Sister Act. On opening night, Plant City Entertainment will offer a complimentary cocktail hour one hour before the curtain rises.

Sister Act is a musical based on the 1992 hit film of the same name with music by A. Menken and the lyrics by G. Salter. The plot of Sister Act is based on Deloris Van Cartier, an aspiring singer from Philadelphia. Cartier performs for her gangster boyfriend and witnesses a

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Signal for live entertainment return by ‘end of August’

The Government will be in a position to give a clear signal on a reopening plan for the live entertainment industry by the end of August, Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media Catherine Martin has said.

Entertainers including musicians, DJs and other live performers and their support staff have been largely out of work since the first Covid-19 lockdown in March 2020.

Under the current restrictions, a maximum of 200 people can attend outdoor events, and there is a 500 person limit in place for venues with capacity greater than 5,000.

Indoor entertainment events, including music at wedding receptions and similar functions are not permitted. All nightclubs are also currently closed.

A number of pilot concerts both indoor and outdoor have now taken place, supported by the Department of Arts and Culture, but those in the industry have called for a further easing of restrictions before the

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Five years on, Slize Entertainment returns with The Interview — Saturday Magazine — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News


Five years after his first stint, entertainment guru and the brain behind Slize Entertainment, Ehimwenma Maxwell has put out his second major movie, The Interview. His first movie, Dirty Game, released in 2016 is still making waves on YouTube.

Speaking with The Guardian, Ehimwenma said The Interview was inspired and hinged on the experience of two brothers who went in search of better jobs and greener pastures, something many young Nigerians today relate with.

The movie stars notable actors and actresses including Charles Inojie, Shaggybes, Charles Okocha, Treasure Daniel, Julius Oluchi, Adim Williams, Merenma Umeh, Queenan Mma, Tony Edozie, and Ehimwenma Maxwell, among others.

Commenting on the challenges encountered during the movie production, Ehimwenma said: “As everyone knows, challenges in movie production are many and we faced a lot of them, including logistics and location issues. It was not easy to shelter production crew coming from different states, coupled

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Jackie Mason, comic who perfected amused outrage, dies at 93

NEW YORK (AP) — Jackie Mason, a rabbi-turned-comedian whose feisty brand of standup comedy led him to Catskills nightclubs, West Coast talk shows and Broadway stages, has died. He was 93.

Mason died Saturday at 6 p.m. ET at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Manhattan after being hospitalized for over two weeks, the celebrity lawyer Raoul Felder told The Associated Press.

The irascible Mason was known for his sharp wit and piercing social commentary, often about being Jewish, men and women and his own inadequacies. His typical style was amused outrage.

“Eighty percent of married men cheat in America. The rest cheat in Europe,” he once joked. Another Mason line was: “Politics doesn’t make strange bedfellows, marriage does.” About himself, he once said: “I was so self-conscious, every time football players went into a huddle; I thought they were talking about me.”

His death was mourned far and wide, from fellow

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The Smugness of Space Jam 2 and Corporate Universes

Two critics weigh in on the IP apocalypse and what happens when the main unit of entertainment is not TV or film but corporate universe.
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The strangest thing about Space Jam: A New Legacy, the “standalone sequel” to the 1996 hit, is that an algorithm played by Don Cheadle is the villain of the story but also dead-on when it comes to the goals of the movie itself: What is it if not an attempt to suck viewers into the WB Serververse? Take the moment LeBron James, playing himself, starts drafting his fantasy team for a basketball game that will determine the fate of the world (or at least the chunk of it following him on Twitter). He announces, with an Oscar-worthy show of enthusiasm, that “we’re going to need the most powerful Warner Bros. characters for this team” and then immediately begins listing his picks —

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Kyle Richards shares scary video aftermath of her walking into a beehive that led to hospitalization

Kyle Richards is back home and healing following her hospitalization Sunday after she walked into a beehive in her yard. 

The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star is allergic to bees and subsequently “terrified” of them. She lived her nightmare over the weekend when she accidentally walked right into a hive that had set up shop in her backyard by her pool. The reality star took to Instagram shortly after the incident to share the story with her followers. 

“So this happened yesterday … I walked into a hive of bees and was stung multiple times. If you know me at all you know I am allergic to bees and terrified of them,” she wrote on her Instagram Story over an image of herself laying with an oxygen mask in the hospital. 


Kyle Richards was hospitalized after

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Entertainment wars of the future will go beyond video streaming

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TV’s streaming wars, pitting the biggest media companies against tech concerns such as Amazon and Apple, have barely begun. But it is not too early to make out the next battle lines that are forming, as today’s giants set their sights on an even bigger prize: dominance in online entertainment in all its forms.

The future struggle will involve reaching beyond video to monopolise the attention of audiences in the home and on the go in all types of entertainment. And it will bring “one subscription to rule them all”, as the biggest companies use their ever-expanding armoury of digital properties to squeeze out smaller entertainment rivals.

Netflix is among the first to lay the groundwork. It has recently hired experts in podcasting and video games as it looks for more

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How Disney’s former child stars are fighting to change the entertainment industry

There’s something eerie about Peter Pan, a boy frozen forever in childhood. But for many former child stars, it’s not so far from the truth. Over the past year, a reckoning has been taking place as the lives of these celebrities – from Britney Spears to Demi Lovato – have been re-examined. Many are reclaiming their narratives, and reflecting on being hounded, bullied and attacked by the very people who helped make them famous in the first place. And many of these people, whose lives have unfolded under the glare of the media and the scrutiny of the public, are bound together by one unique origin story: they got their big break on the Disney Channel.

It was the starting point for not just Spears and Lovato but also Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera, Vanessa Hudgens, Ryan Gosling, Selena Gomez, Zac Efron, The Jonas Brothers and Miley Cyrus. While they

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Best Stocks To Buy Now? 5 Entertainment Stocks To Watch This Week

Are These Top Entertainment Stocks On Your July 2021 Watchlist?

Like it or not, entertainment remains an important part of daily life, even amidst the current pandemic. As a result, entertainment stocks could be among the most active stocks in the stock market today. To begin with, most conventional means of entertainment were hit hard at the onslaught of the pandemic last year. This saw the likes of movie theaters, travel agencies, and live event managers operating at major losses. Fast forward a year later and these companies are now considered the biggest potential winners in the reopening trade. Evidently, analysts over at Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) recently initiated coverage on Live Nation Entertainment Inc. (NYSE: LYV). In a research note, the firm hit LYV stock with a Buy rating, citing “strong secular growth in the global live events industry”.

At the same time,

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