Lifestyle The third film in the fantasy franchise was originally expected to be released next year. 30 Apr 2019 11:06AM Bookmark Fantastic Beasts fans will have to wait a little longer as the third film in the franchise is slated to hit cinemas on November 12, 2021.It was originally projected to be released next year. Instead, production for what is known only as Fantastic Beasts 3 is expected to begin in spring of 2020.According to Warner Bros Pictures Group chairman, Toby Emmerich, this new release date is meant to give the filmmakers “time and space to allow their artistry to truly flourish and deliver the best possible film to our fans”.Fantastic Beasts takes place in the Harry Potter universe and is set in the 1920s before the existence of the famous boy wizard. It tells the tale of Newt Scamander, a magizoologist played by Eddie Redmayne.The spinoff franchise began in 2016 with the first film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them; it made US$814 million … [Read more...] about Fantastic Beasts 3 set for 2021 release with production starting in 2020
SOFIA: Levski Sofia parted company with coach Georgi Dermendzhiev after just three months in charge, the 26-times Bulgarian champions said on Monday.The departure of experienced Dermendzhiev, who led Ludogorets to three consecutive Bulgarian league titles between 2015 and 2017, means that Levski would now start search for their fourth coach of season.The Blues sacked Italian coach Delio Rossi following an early European exit in July and released Slovenian Slavisa Stojanovic, now at the helm of Latvia, from his contract in January.Levski, who failed to win a home match this year, said they took "emergency measures to stabilise the club following the unsatisfactory performance of the team". On Friday they were beaten at home 2-1 by fourth-placed Beroe Stara Zagora – their third loss under Dermendzhiev.Levski, third in the standings and 11 points behind leaders Ludogorets, are one of the two most popular clubs in the Balkan country along with bitter city rivals CSKA.The … [Read more...] about Levski ditch Dermendzhiev, start search for fourth coach of season
ENJOY discounts of up to 70% from April 29 to May 5, 2019 during the Watsons 5.5 Online Shopping Festival. During the sale period, Watsons is offering special three-hour flash deals daily from 8pm to 11pm, with prices starting from as low as RM5.50. Watsons is also offering a line- up of flat-priced item deals at RM15, RM25, RM35 as well as buy three at RM55 and buy 1 free 1 bundle deals. The campaign will culminate in a Mega Sale on May 5, 2019, where Watsons will be offering additional discounts, free delivery and other special offers. Shoppers can save up to RM100 when they purchase items from Bio-Essence, Biore, Cetaphil, Dove, Ensure, L’Oreal, Maybelline, NanoWhite, NH Detoxlim, Pantene, Pure Beauty, Alia, Safi and Watsons Brand during the sale. Those who opt to pay with Boost, stand to gain more, as they can enjoy RM5.50 in cashback when they make purchases amounting to RM55 during the campaign period. This offer is limited to the first 5,555 shoppers only. Customers who … [Read more...] about Watsons’ 5.5 online shopping festival starts today!
SHANGHAI: Roger Schmidt praised his side's thirst for victory after Beijing Guoan made it a record seventh win in a row since the start of the Chinese Super League season.No team in the Chinese top flight has begun a campaign so well and it makes the German coach's team early favourites to win the CSL.Spanish attacking midfielder Jonathan Viera hit a hat-trick in a 4-1 thrashing of Dalian Yifang on Sunday (Apr 28) to extend Beijing's perfect run.Fans are dreaming of a first league championship since 2009, but former Bayer Leverkusen coach Schmidt cautioned: "The league is very long. There are 30 games in total and we have only finished seven games."Of course, we played well and played good football. But I think we still need to maintain a modest, prudent and down-to-earth mentality."Guoan's title credentials will be put to the test on Saturday when they travel to Fabio Cannavaro's Guangzhou Evergrande, who are three points behind in second."My boys were very good today and have … [Read more...] about Seventh heaven: Beijing set win record to start Chinese season
By Mark Zwolinski Sports Reporter Sun., April 28, 2019 Canadian marathon runner Rachel Cliff is like all record-setting athletes: She never stops trying to get better. In only her second marathon, the 30-year-old from Vancouver broke the Canadian record. On March 10, Cliff finished the Nagoya Women’s Marathon in Japan in 2.26:56, shattering Lanni Marchant’s 2013 standard of 2.28:00. Since then, Cliff — also the national record-holder in the half-marathon — has run in California and signed on as a global ambassador for the Swiss sportswear company On. On a recent spring day in Vancouver, Cliff snuck in a run close to home between phone interviews with the media — including the Star — before heading back to California for another race. Her coach, Richard Lee of the BC Endurance Project, learned that the winners in Nagoya trained more than Cliff’s 145 to 153 kilometres per week, and that information will be factored in … [Read more...] about Q&A: Canadian marathon record just the start for Vancouver’s Rachel Cliff