The Daily Populous

Friday July 24th, 2020 day edition

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Also Read: 'Tenet' Delayed Again to Unnamed 2020 Date.

“That work is just as critical to the films as the live action work,” Cameron wrote.

Disney has also given a release date to “Antlers,” which since the pandemic started has been undated.

“The Woman in the Window,” a psychological thriller starring Amy Adams and from 20th Century, however, is still undated.

Disney and Pixar’s “Soul” will also open Nov. 20, 2020 as previously planned.

The shift of “Mulan” off the release slate follows the move of “Tenet” by Warner Bros. on Monday.

AMC in particular has pushed back its phased opening until mid-August as it awaits other Hollywood product that can lure audiences back. »

New Zealand beat Covid-19 by trusting leaders and following advice – study

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Researchers at Massey University interviewed more than 1,000 people post-lockdown, to investigate how New Zealanders responded to the pandemic.

“Simple, clear health messages, communicated with kindness and empathy, resonate with people, even when they are demanding tough changes.”.

Four out of ten respondents also noted that they or a household member had felt depressed or had trouble sleeping. »

John Lewis is new name for Fairfax's Robert E. Lee High School

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Robert E. Lee high school in Virginia gets a name change: It's now John R. Lewis.

The eleventh largest school district in the U.S. has renamed a high school formerly known as Robert E. Lee High School after late civil rights icon John Lewis.

The new name, John R. Lewis High School, goes into effect this school year. »

B.C. mayor won’t apologize for cutting up Confederate flags at local dollar store

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The mayor of Summerland, B.C., is declining to apologize for going into a dollar store in the community and cutting up bandanas featuring the image of the Confederate flag that had been part of its inventory.

Boot went into Your Dollar Store in Summerland with two friends and a newspaper reporter after learning it had sold bandanas featuring the Confederate symbol.

The mayor offered to buy the Confederate bandanas, but Mr. Carter gave them to her without charge because he said he did not want trouble. »

Senate Approves Proposal To Strip Confederate Names From Army Bases By Veto-Proof Majority

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The Senate overwhelmingly approved a defense bill on Thursday that included Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) provision requiring the military to rename U.S. bases named after Confederate generals.

of Fort Bragg, Fort Robert E. Lee, and many other Military Bases from which we won Two World Wars, is in the Bill!”

There are currently ten Army bases named after Confederate generals. »