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At a Glance
    2018-03-26  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Animated film

THE Spice Girls, Victoria Beckham “Posh Spice,” Emma Bunton “Baby Spice,” Melanie Chisholm “Sporty Spice,” Melanie Brown “Scary Spice,” and Geri Halliwell “Ginger Spice,” have signed off their likenesses to be used in an animated film, according to Variety. The singers would reportedly each possess a special “girl power” in the film.

When Mel B appeared on the daytime talk show “The Real,” she hinted that the group might be performing at the upcoming royal wedding in May.

Box office

RYAN COOGLER’S “Black Panther” has become the top-grossing superhero film of all time in North America, not accounting for inflation.

The Disney and Marvel release achieved the milestone Saturday after passing up fellow Marvel title “The Avengers,” which grossed US$623.4 million in 2012. “Black Panther” is only one of seven films to ever earn US$600 million or more in the United States.

“Black Panther” is unprecedented in being a big-budget studio tentpole featuring a virtually all-black cast.

New film

NATE PARKER, the filmmaker whose Sundance sensation “The Birth of a Nation” was derailed by resurfaced news of a college rape trial, has another feature to direct.

Parker will helm “Black & Blue,” a drama about Los Angeles Police Department hero Ralph Waddy. The pic is his first feature since “Birth of a Nation,” which was a critical hit during its debut at Sundance, only to garner negative attention due to Parker’s involvement in a 1999 rape case and the suicide of the woman who alleged Parker and “Birth of a Nation” co-writer Jean Celestin assaulted her.

Parker will direct “Black & Blue” after rewriting a script by Jim McGrath. Waddy worked on a number of high-profile crime cases during a racially charged period in Los Angeles, including the Watts riots.

Death

THE first person to win the Eurovision Song Contest, Lys Assia, has died at the age of 94, competition organizers have announced.

She took the prize for Switzerland in 1956 with the song “Refrain” and went on to perform in two more contests.

Lys Assia died Saturday at the Zollikerberg Hospital in Zurich. Born in Rupperswil, northern Switzerland, in 1924, she began her career as a dancer before turning to singing. Her association with Eurovision was long-lasting and in 2005 she performed in celebration of its 50th anniversary.

(SD-Agencies)

 

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