Warner Brothers, The Walt Disney Company and Sony Pictures will not release their latest films in Russian cinemas, in response to the conflict in Ukraine. The major Hollywood studios announced their decisions on Monday as Russian military forces continued attacks on Ukrainian cities. The decisions mean that superhero blockbuster The Batman starring Robert Pattinson, computer-animated
Ukrainian folk rap group Kalush – who are representing their country in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest – say their song has become an “anthem for Ukraine”, as it battles against the Russian invasion. The band’s lead singer Oleh Psiuk told Sky News: “This song which we have created [Stefania], it’s the anthem for Ukraine
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Russia has been kicked out of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest after Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. The organisers said Russia’s participation would “bring the competition into disrepute”. The 66th Eurovision contest is due to be held in Turin in May after rock act Maneskin claimed victory last year. Finland said it would boycott the
The Wall Street Journal is out with a new report that Elon Musk’s lawyer warned about and reveals that the SEC probe into Musk and Tesla is reportedly about a suspected insider trading violation involving Musk’s brother. As we reported yesterday, things are escalating quickly between Musk and the SEC since a lawyer for the