Entertainment News Roundup: Britney Spears’ father suspended as estate curator; From Bond to “Macbeth”: Daniel Craig Returns to the Broadway Stage and More

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Britney Spears’ father suspended as estate curator

A Los Angeles judge suspended Britney Spears’ father from his 13-year role as the singer’s business controller on Wednesday. “The current situation is not tenable. It reflects a toxic environment which requires the suspension of Jamie Spears effective today,” Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny said in a statement. hearing.

From Bond to ‘Macbeth’: Daniel Craig returns to Broadway stage

Bond star Daniel Craig has chosen his next act. The British actor, whose fifth tour as a British Secret Service agent had its world premiere in London on Tuesday, will play the ambitious and murderous “Macbeth” on Broadway next year, the producers said on Wednesday.

Groundbreaking COVID-19 cases cited for cancellation of Aladdin’s Broadway performance

A COVID-19 outbreak in Disney’s stage show “Aladdin” caused Wednesday night’s performance to be canceled at the 11th hour, one night after the production joined the return of Broadway’s biggest musicals after an interruption caused by a pandemic. In a Twitter notice shortly before the curtain rises, producers said testing protocols detected an unspecified number of “breakthrough” infections among vaccinated members of “Aladdin” company in New York Amsterdam. Theater.

Dior brings a bold splash of color to Paris Fashion Week

Christian Dior showcased a flurry of colorful mini-dresses with 1960s and 1970s flavors as the crowd returned to his hometown runway during Paris Fashion Week. Guests presenting health cards on their cellphones had their temperatures checked and were greeted by guards under the marquee in the Tuileries Gardens where spectators gathered to watch the stream of arrivals, including the star of the K-pop Jisoo.

Deadly Kids’ Games Gain Viral Fame in Netflix’s “Squid Game” Series

South Korea’s hit Netflix series “Squid Game” has gone viral across the world and online by turning popular pre-digital childhood games such as “Red Light, Green Light” into deadly survival challenges . The playground game where players stop and go at the behest of a tagger is one of six games for kids with fatal consequences featured in the bloody thriller named after a South Korean variant of the tag being played in the 1970s and 80s using a painting drawn in the earth. In the episode “Red Light, Green Light”, the show’s first, players are shot down for not standing still at the call of the red light.

Never-released John Lennon recording sells for $ 58,300 at Danish auction

A tape recording of an interview with John Lennon and Yoko Ono, including an unreleased song, made during their visit to Denmark in 1970 sold for 370,000 Danish kroner ($ 58,300) at an auction in Copenhagen on Tuesday. The tape, containing the unreleased song “Radio Peace”, was recorded on January 5, 1970 by four 16-year-old Danish boys who managed to secure an interview with the couple for a school magazine.

Balmain Celebrates Creator’s Birthday With Live Show

French fashion house Balmain celebrated the 10th anniversary of Creative Director Olivier Rousteing’s tenure with a runway show featuring a host of famous models including Naomi Campbell, former French first lady Carla Bruni, Milla Jovovich and Natalia Vodianova. Models strutted across the stage of a crowded music hall on the Seine in deconstructed clothing slit to show patches of bare skin, draped in chains and layered with bold shoulder jackets or floor-sweeping trenches.

Britney Spears “on cloud nine” after her father’s suspension from her guardianship

The guardianship that controlled Britney Spears’ life for 13 years nearly ended on Wednesday after a judge suspended her father, and the pop superstar later said she was “on Cloud 9 right now. “. In a controversial three-hour hearing, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny removed Jamie Spears from oversight of her daughter’s $ 60 million estate and set a date in November to discuss of the advisability of terminating the entire agreement.

Mission accomplished: critics praise the Bond film “No Time To Die”

The James Bond film “No Time To Die” could debut 18 months later due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but most critics have said it was worth the wait. Critics have praised Daniel Craig’s fifth and final outing after a 15-year tenure as a suave British secret agent, which began with “Casino Royale” in 2006.

Yves Saint Laurent returns to the podium of the Eiffel Tower

French fashion house Yves Saint Laurent returned to the runway for an in-person fashion show under the Eiffel Tower on Tuesday, sending models to a catwalk after dusk with the glittering monument as a backdrop. For the Kering-owned brand’s first home runway show in over a year and a half, Saint Laurent Creative Director Anthony Vaccarello has crafted a range of body-hugging bodysuits and well-fitting evening wear, adding extra glamor to Paris Fashion Week.

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