Australia Melbourne's CBD transformed into movie set
The movie-grading company CinemaScore navigated a chaotic year for the theatre business. Now it wants to grow by courting streamers.
CinemaScore president Harold Mintz talked with Insider about how the company has adapted to the pandemic. He discussed the state of the movie industry and why he thinks theatres aren't dead.Some moviegoers still came out for the Denzel Washington-starring film, though, enough for it to top the US box office with $US4.8 million.
Melbourne's CBD has been transformed into awith traffic shut out of the normally busy street.
The film is about thewhich rocked the city in 1986.
Passers-by have reported witnessing smoke and debris from the movie set, as well as vintage 80s cars and actors in costume.
Convictedkilled police officer Constable Angela Taylor and injured 22 others when he bombed the Russell Street police station in 1986.
Liev Schreiber holds onto crutches as he films new WW2 film in Venice
The actor, 53, was pictured with crutches on the set of Across The River And Into The Trees in Venice, Italy on Thursday after injuring himself while filming a fighting scene. The actor, 53, who plays Colonel Richard Cantwell in the WW2 film, looked relaxed as he held on to the crutches while walking along with members of production in Venice, Italy. Liev donned his character's military uniform consisting of a khaki coat over a dark suit, while he also had a disposable facemask resting on his chin.
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Victoria Police advised Russell Street between Victoria Street and La Trobe Street, along with MacKenzie Street, will remain closed until midnight tonight.
"Filming will be taking place around the Melbourne CBD and Carlton areas on Tue 2 and Wed 3 February," Victoria Police said on Twitter.
"Please be aware that there may be smoke and debris during filming."
A number of footpaths will be also be closed during filming.
Filming also took place yesterday on Carlton streets, causing some roads and footpaths to close.
Sia DELETES her Twitter account after apologizing AGAIN .
On Wednesday, singer Sia apologized again over a series of scenes depicting the use of restraints on autistic people in her upcoming movie Music, later saying she would edit the scenes out.And one day later, the artist deleted her Twitter account amid the controversy surrounding her film.