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North America Set to Beat China as the Global Box Office’s Biggest Market

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau ChiefCinema box office this year in North America is poised to overtake theatrical revenues in China, the country that has been the world’s largest movie market for the past two years.Before the latest weekend, gross revenues in the year to date stood at $2.38 billion for the North American compared with $2.43 billion for China, according to data from ComScore.U.K.-based research firm Gower Street Analytics forecast that the North American figure would overtake China’s revenues over the weekend or early this week. That reflects business growth in North America and the current reversal in China, where anti-COVID measures are causing renewed cinema closures.Gower Street says that some 85% of global cinemas are now open for business, compared with pre-pandemic levels.

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Instagram post.The body positive star, who boasts 498,000 followers, is currently on a sunshine break in Spain with her partner.And she seems to be enjoying every moment of it, judging by her getaway snaps.The latest saw Nelly showing off her curves as she enjoyed a burger and chips while posing in a black bikini.The brunette beauty was seen happily munching on her meal and looking up at the camera while rocking a pair of dark shades and a relaxed bun hairstyle.A second snap saw her zoom in on her stomach to show off her "belly crumbs", while in a third she looked down the camera lens as she showed off her freckles.Nelly also relaxed in a pool, showing off the heat rash on her feet and asleep with a book on a face in more holiday snaps.Captioning the post, she wrote: "A realistic holiday pool day in order of events."Holiday chips are the best chips, sticky belly crumbs from lunch.""Trying to upload cool aesthetic stories but can’t see sh*t, also freckles + a pink nose."Pool pea, some beautiful heat rash because I haven’t been away for four years."Fell asleep with my book on my face, I love it here."Fans were loving the honest photos, with the post racking up more than 47,000 likes.One told her: "You know you’ve reached peak relaxation when you’ve fallen asleep with a book on your face."While another exclaimed: "You the best."A third told her: "So grateful for your account."Others also told the influencer that she shouldn't be posting pictures of her feet 'for free'.One wrote: "NO FREE FEET PICS LADY.
EastEnders' Clair Norris looks dramatically different to Bernie role on glam holiday
EastEnders star Clair Norris looked stunning in a glam holiday snap - but she looked dramatically different from her BBC soap character.The actress, 24, has played soap student Bernie Taylor in EastEnders since she joined the BBC cast in 2017.Clair took to Instagram on Saturday (May 21) with a slew of sunny snaps - where she wowed in a pink and white gingham mini dress.The smiling star could be seen posing for a photo outside her four-star hotel Barcelo Santiago in Tenerife, where she was sporting an enviable tan.The glowing celeb tied her hair up in a tight bun as she accessorised with a brown handbag and chunky earrings.The TV talent was stood in front of a dazzling sunset spilling across the ocean - poles apart from the drizzly British scenes Bernie has come to expect from Walford.Catching up with her fans from sunny Spain, she captioned the snap: "10erife".Claire's famous friends and fans rushed to fawn over her latest look in the comments.Her co-star Emma Barton, who plays Honey Mitchell, shared a swooning heart-eyes emoji.Her pal Milly Zero, who plays Dotty Cotton, wrote: "Your the only 10 I see"[sic].One fan wrote: "Blooming gorgeous," as another agreed: "Oh my god u and the place look amazing".The actress has been living it up in Tenerife with Lewis Wood, her boyfriend of almost four years.Claire recently made a Panorama film on obesity, where she opened up about being bullied for her weight at school.One heartbreaking moment saw her break down in tears over the abuse, which included insulting names.Clair said: "It all started for me in the playground with name-calling which now, as I have got older, I have come to realise is bullying."I just saw it as name-calling because it would happen one day and then not the
Sofia Vergara wows in poolside photos and fans all notice the same thing
Sofia Vergara sure knows how to set temperatures rising! The star is enjoying some time in the sun, and couldn't resist inviting fans along on her relaxing day off.ALSO: HELLO! launches Jubilee T-shirt collection to celebrate Queen Elizabeth in styleThe actress stunned her followers with jaw-dropping, poolside pictures that had everyone rushing to the comments to compliment her.Sofia posed up a storm in a leopard bathing suit by Dolce & Gabbana featuring an ultra high side cut and plunging back.WATCH: Sofia shares video of herself as a teenager and fans are speechlessMORE: Sofia Vergara models her own lingerie line in sizzling new photoShe let her chic suit and impressive physique take up all of the attention, opting for natural make-up and oversized black sunglasses on her face, with her dirty blonde hair straightened and perfectly tousled.She captioned the impressive shots with: "Finally the weekend!! Solecito," which is the diminutive for "sun" in Spanish. She also added: "Getting ready for summer," which is definitely evident!Her fellow Modern Family co-star, Sarah Hyland, was one of the first to comment, writing: "ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!?!??"Sofia is definitely ready for summerCompliments from fans weren't so far behind, flooding the comment section with: "Excuse me how are you always so stunning," and: "The most beautiful woman," as well as, "At a loss for words."MORE: Sofia Vergara stuns in figure-hugging dress for America's Got Talent auditionsMORE: Sofia Vergara shares backstage selfie as she teases America's Got Talent returnAmong the flood of compliments and heart and fire emojis galore, other fans couldn't help but bring up what a perfect fit she is for the role of Evelyn Hugo.
Young child in UK hospital after contracting monkeypox as outbreak continues
intensive care after being struck down with monkeypox.The youngster was yesterday getting specialist treatment in a London hospital as cases rose to 20 in the UK.Prof Jonathan Ball, from Nottingham University, said: “The fact that we’ve got more than a handful of cases is very unusual. I’m surprised at the scale of human-to-human transmission.”The infection causes a fever, headaches and a rash that creates large bulges of pus.The current strain has a death rate of about 1%.The other main strain, which has not been found outside Africa, is more serious with a fatality rate of 10%.Dr Susan Hopkins, a chief medical adviser of the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), said more monkeypox cases are being detected on a daily basis.She warned the illness is “relatively mild” in adults with young children more at risk.Dr Hopkins said: “We know there’s been a period of restrictions across Europe and we don’t know where this infection has come from and how it’s come into Europe.“There’s no obvious connection in our cases in the UK to a single event.”Sir Peter Horby, of Oxford University’s Pandemic Sci-ences Institute, said: “The important thing is we interrupt transmission and this doesn’t become established in the human population in Europe.” British scientists warned three years ago that monkeypox was a threat, and they held talks over the need to develop “new generation vaccines and treatments”.
Spain, officially the Kingdom of Spain, is a country in Southwestern Europe with some pockets of Spanish territory across the Strait of Gibraltar and the Atlantic Ocean. Its continental European territory is situated on the Iberian Peninsula. Its territory also includes two archipelagoes: the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa, and the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea. The African enclaves of Ceuta, Melilla, and Peñón de Vélez de la Gomera, make Spain the only European country to have a physical border with an African country (Morocco). Several small islands in the Alboran Sea are also part of Spanish territory. The country's mainland is bordered to the south and east by the Mediterranean Sea except for a small land boundary with Gibraltar; to the north and northeast by France, Andorra, and the Bay of Biscay; and to the west and northwest by Portugal and the Atlantic Ocean.