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Thursday March 5th, 2020 night edition

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That date brings Bond back to November, which is a season he’s launched from largely going back to 1995’s Goldeneye (except for Tomorrow Never Dies which opened in the U.S/Canada on Dec. 19, 1997).

No Time to Die will now face off on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving with Warner Bros. Will Smith King Richard, Disney’s Raya and the Last Dragon, and Sony’s comedy The Happiest Season.

This is purely an economic decision we understand, and not one based on growing fears over the coronavirus.

Bond, and for the studios to stick to their original release plan would be a disservice to their partners in exhibition.

With theaters closing across Korea, Japan, Italy and France, there was a clear need to push the release of No Time to Die.

The release dates for Universal’s Dolittle and 1917, Searchlight Pictures’ Jojo Rabbit, Paramount’s Sonic the Hedgehog, and Pixar’s Onward have all been postponed indefinitely.

The decision to movie No Time to Die, we hear, was fully supported by everyone involved with the movie. »

Mike Bloomberg drops out of 2020 presidential race, endorses Joe Biden

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Mike Bloomberg dropped out of the presidential race Wednesday after a poor performance in the Super Tuesday contests, and immediately endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden's candidacy.

"Three months ago, I entered the race for President to defeat Donald Trump," Bloomberg said in a statement.

After yesterday's vote, it is clear that candidate is my friend and a great American, Joe Biden," Bloomberg said in the statement. »

Nicolas Cage blew $150 million on a dinosaur skull, pygmy heads and 2 European castles

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Actor Nicolas Cage was once a top earner in Hollywood, worth around $150 million, but he didn't hold onto the fortune for long.

What really put Cage in the red financially weren't the eccentric items, however, but his overstuffed real estate portfolio.

You're not going to go into dire straits buying an octopus," he told the New York Times during a recent interview. »

Aldi tells suppliers product packaging must be 100% recyclable, reusable or compostable by 2025

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Aldi UK CEO Giles Hurley has warned suppliers they could face the axe if they don’t get on board with the discounter’s packaging commitments.

In a frank letter, Hurley has told suppliers that Aldi’s pledge – that packaging will be 100% recyclable, reusable or compostable across own label by 2022 and across all products by 2025 – is “non-negotiable”.

The price of ‘flexi-loop’ bags for life will be increased and the extra revenue invested in new packaging reduction initiatives. »