PUBG Mobile has rolled out some new in-game content inspired by Mission: Impossible - Fallout. According to Box Office Mojo, the Tom Cruise-led action vehicle raked in another $35 million, bringing its domestic haul to a whopping $124.4 million, while its global gross stands at $329.4 million.
Mission: Impossible Fallout stays on top for the second week in a row!
Christopher Robin will release in India on August 10. Marc Forster directed "Christopher Robin" from a screenplay by Alex Ross Perry and Allison Schroeder.
The new Tom Cruise vehicle, which debuted in theaters last week, certainly packs in enough action to inspire PUBG players to feats of mayhem. Although there has not been any official explanation on the matter, the Hollywood Reporter states that a source told them it was likely due to China's ban on the cuddly cartoon bear that began past year.
Mars terraforming not possible with current technologies
The local stargazers are invited for a camp to witness the Red Planet from 7 pm to 10 pm tonight at the Colombo Campus grounds. Even though some water may have been discovered there, Mars has less than 1% of the atmospheric pressure of that on Earth.
Cat, chicken found ‘huddled together’ as wildfire burns California neighborhood
A helicopter carries water while battling the River Fire burning in Lakeport in California. Jerry Brown. "All that is the new normal that we will have to face".
Apple becomes 1st private company worth $1 trillion
Last year, sales had risen to $229bn and profits to $48.4bn, making it the most profitable public-listed United States company. The tech giant's market cap briefly hit $1 trillion dollar milestone Thursday morning before dropping slightly again.
Christopher Robin stars Ewan McGregor as the grown-up titular character, no longer a happy-go-lucky child but a jaded luggage efficiency manager with a wife (played by Haley Atwell) and child of his own. And right-wing filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza's Death of a Nation (0 per cent "fresh" on Rotten Tomatoes) debuted with $2.3 million on 1,032 screens. Here We Go Again whistled up $2.46 million, dropping by a reasonable 37 cent.
On Saturday, "Black Panther" became just the third film to cross $700 million domestically.
"We're in awe at the power of this film since February", Taff said.
Elsewhere at the box office, Bo Burnham's "Eighth Grade" earned $2.8 million when it expanded nationwide. The screening of the film took place in open-air.