Below is an overview of the current entertainment news briefs.
Biden Administration Considers Concert Tickets, Resort Fees
U.S. President Joe Biden said regulators on Wednesday targeted overdrafts and other bank charges, so they were looking at the fees charged to consumers in various areas, including entertainment and travel, saying customers could He said it could save more than $1 billion. Biden told reporters at the White House that other federal agencies would consider fees related to concert tickets and travel resorts.
Spotify criticizes Yeh’s comments and retains his music
As companies around the world, including Adidas AG, cut ties with Kanye West, music streaming service Spotify Technology SA said it would not remove the rapper’s music unless requested by his label. The music of the artist now known as Ye did not violate anti-hate policies, Spotify chief Daniel Ek told Reuters.
‘Black Panther’ sequel to star late Chadwick Boseman: ‘We made him proud’
The stars of Marvel’s highly anticipated sequel to “Black Panther” walked the red carpet in Hollywood at the world premiere of “Wakanda Forever” Wednesday night, but were met by one of their late co-stars, Chadwick Boseman. The name was largely overlooked. The actor who played the lead role of King T’Challa in the 2018 original died in 2020 after a four-year battle with colon cancer that he kept secret. he was 43 years old.
Boxer Tyson Fury releases ‘Sweet Caroline’ remake for charity
WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is swapping boxing gloves for a mic on the release of his debut single, a remake of Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline,” for charity. The boxer, who has previously sung for the crowd at matches and duetted with Robbie Williams, will be the crowd’s favorite track at the sporting event on November 11 to support Men’s Mental Health Charity. will be published. club.
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