Entertainment 7 Entertainment Stocks That You’re Better Off Avoiding Now

19:41  28 september  2020
19:41  28 september  2020 Source:   investorplace.com

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Entertainment stocks have been devastated by the pandemic. With audiences away and revenues down, it will be a while until they recover. You know it’s bad when Fox Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch and his Chief Executive Officer son Lachlan Murdoch are taking pay cuts.

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River Phoenix in a library © TheWrap River Phoenix

Joaquin Phoenix and his fiancée Rooney Mara paid the ultimate tribute to the "Joker" star's late brother by naming their newborn son River after him.

Viktor Kossakovsky, director of the black-and-white documentary film "Gunda" on which Phoenix serves as executive producer, let the news slip during a screening for the film at the 2020 Zurich film festival.

Asked how Phoenix got involved in the film, Kossakovsky explained that he had reached out to him after hearing his impassioned Oscar-acceptance speech for best actor in "Joker" that advocated for animal rights and maligned the artificial insemination of cows to make mass-produced milk. Kossakovsky said he realized they shared the same opinion on the subject, and later told the film festival audience: "He just got a baby by the way. His name was — a beautiful son called River."

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7 Entertainment Stocks That You ’ re Better Off Avoiding Now . From live concerts to movie theatres, theme parks to sports arenas, entertainment has been devastated this year. Here's a look at seven entertainment stocks to avoid for now .

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Phoenix's brother, the actor River Phoenix, died in 1993 of a drug overdose at the Viper Room club in West Hollywood then-owned by Johnny Depp. He was known for roles in films like "Stand By Me," "My Own Private Idaho," "Sneakers" and "Running on Empty," among others.

Now, his brother's son will carry on his name. Joaquin Phoenix, 45, and Mara ("The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"), 35, met on set of their 2013 film "Her" in which they starred opposite one another. They took their relationship public on the red carpet of the 2017 Cannes Film Festival and got engaged last year.

Best of luck to them and their newborn son.

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With his announcement that negotiations between Democrats and Republicans about a renewed economic stimulus package until the election on November 3rd, the US President caused a severe setback in gold. © Provided by Finanz.net MIKE CLARKE / AFP / Getty Images by Jörg Bernhard The downward trend in US stocks was unable to prevent the gold price from falling significantly below the $ 1,900 mark. In other words, the negative correlation between stocks and gold remains ineffective.

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