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Despite its fantastical plot, "Fallout" relies on reality - real stunts filmed in real locations - which provides a thrill that superheroes in computer-generated worlds can not, analysts said.

Fans of the movie Mission: impossible-the Fallout visited the show, which was held on the 600-metre high Cliff is the Department in Norway. And China already has a foreign film quota, so it makes sense that studios would want to export their most potentially profitable franchises to the massive market. Ewan McGregor stars as the eponymous Christopher Robin, while Jim Cummings returns to voice Winnie the Pooh and Tigger, and Brad Garrett joins as Eeyore. Disney's "Christopher Robin" came in a distant second place with around $US25 million. "We think this movie will have legs".

Record temperatures could hit Spain, Portugal amid European heat wave
The wide geographical spread of the heatwave, right across four continents, also points to global warming as the culprit. . A 41-year-old man suffered heatstroke while working on the highway close to Murcia, in southeastern Spain, on Wednesday.

The segment also mentioned the Winnie the Pooh jokes and Xi's sensitivity to them. And, not only has it been a smash hit at the box office, but critics have gave it overwhelming praise, with Rotten Tomatoes giving it a total score of 97%.

Truth be told, "Christopher Robin" can lose money and still be considered a success inside Disney.

Pedro signs one-year contract extension at Chelsea
I don't think he will be hard work if he stays - we are very happy with his professionalism and his attitude. Asked if he expects the 29-year-old to be part of his midfield this season, Sarri said: "Yes I do".

Victor of the best first feature award at the Berlin Film Festival, Carla Simón's semi-autobiographical Summer 1993, the tale of an orphaned six-year-old girl who is sent to live with her aunt and uncle, generated $64,000 on 14 screens and $137,000 including festival screenings for Palace.

The R-rated action-comedy "The Spy Who Dumped Me" opened in third with $12.4 million. The action adventure starring Dwayne Johnson, Neve Campbell and Chin Han has taken a fair $7.1 million.

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China has however agreed it will not increase oil imports from Iran, in a move which would directly challenge the U.S. blockade. Surana said on Tuesday, and did not comment if the company would resume buying Iranian oil from next month.

Newcomer "The Darkest Minds" earned US$5.7 million when it launched on 3,127 screens.

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