Here is a summary of the current entertainment briefs.
Twitter feed on the history of female sex trafficking now a movie
A viral Twitter thread about a woman’s sex trafficking experience on a trip to Florida in 2015 was turned into a movie, “Zola.” Inspired by A’Ziah “Zola” King’s 148-tweet thread and a subsequent story in Rolling Stone magazine about her experience, the drama follows exotic Detroit waitress and dancer Zola whose client Stefani convinces her to visit. Florida for a weekend.
Box Office: ‘F9’ zooms in on mighty $ 70million debut, breaking pandemic records
The only thing stronger than family? The box office debut of “F9”, the latest entry in Universal’s “Fast & Furious” saga. After numerous delays over the course of a year and a half, “F9” opened for $ 70 million at 4,179 North American locations. This is by far the biggest departure for a U.S. box office movie since the start of COVID-19.
Sister says she’s proud of Britney Spears for speaking out
Jamie Lynn Spears, Britney Spears’ younger sister, said on Monday that she was proud of the pop superstar for speaking out about her life under their father’s supervised tutelage and supporting anything that would make the singer happy. In a video posted to Instagram, Jamie Lynn Spears said she felt she could now comment publicly on the situation because her sister had testified to it in court.
‘Sherlock Holmes’ returns in Storytel audiobooks
“Sherlock Holmes” is coming back to life as Storytel has signed a deal with Conan Doyle Estate for new audiobook stories to be written by novelist Anthony Horowitz, the Swedish audiobook platform said on Monday. “Holmes”, the hero of the fictional detective novels created by Arthur Conan Doyle in 1887, has a huge fan base across the world and has spawned several films based on the character.
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