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Tiger King and other four entertainment news

Here are the most important news of the week of the world of entertainment. 

Still from 'Tiger King', 'Capone' and Lady Gaga.

Find out the most relevant news this week. / Photos: youtube.com/netflix, youtube.com/Bron Studios, instagram.com/ladygaga

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As usual, on Fridays, we bring this summary of the five most relevant news of the week that involve the world of entertainment. They're listed and outlined so you can stay up-to-date on what's happening in the entertainment industry and see what your favorite celebrities are up to in addition to the premieres to be seen. 

 

Epilogue chapter of Tiger King realeased

For many, this has been the quintessential quarantine series. This is the new Netflix documentary miniseries that follows the rivalry between Joe Exotic, owner of a zoo in Oklahoma and Carole Baskin, owner of the Big Cat Rescue sanctuary in California. It has been one of the most commented contents these days and this week the streaming giant has released a new chapter as an epilogue to give more info to the public who can not stop talking about it. 

 

Celebrities join forces to face crisis due to COVID-19

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Una publicación compartida de Clara Lionel Foundation (@claralionelfdn) el

This week it was announced that the Clara Lionel Foundation of singer Rihanna, #startsmall of Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and the Shawn Carter Foundation of rapper Jay-Z have joined forces to make a joint donation to support a rapid response in efforts against the COVID-19 in the United States. They announced a donation for $ 6.2 million to protect and serve the most marginalized populations that have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis. The donation of these organizations will be mainly focused on the towns of New York, New Orleans, and Puerto Rico.

 

Capone releases trailer

It has been Josh Trank, director of the film, who has revealed the official trailer for Capone this week. The film, which started out as Fonzo, is a representation of the last days of the gangster Al Capone, who will be played by Tom Hardy. In the trailer you can see that it will be a violent film with the already classic gangster aesthetic. It will be classified with R, that is to say, it will have several violent scenes. According to its director, it will have a possible premiere in cinemas at the end of the year, but it will be available in streaming from May with another title and with its director's cut. We will see.

Also read: HBO GO released content to watch in quarantine

One World: Together at Home

 

The singer Lady Gaga has managed to gather more than 40 world-renowned artists for this event that will be called One World: Together at Home. This is a streaming concert that will last eight hours and in which artists from around the world will sing in solidarity with organizations that distribute food and medicine to the most vulnerable populations around the planet. The event will take place tomorrow April 18 and can be seen on Alibaba, Amazon Prime Video, Apple, Facebook, Instagram, LiveXLive, Tencent, Tencent Music Entertainment Group, TIDAL, TuneIn, Twitch, Twitter, Yahoo, YouTube or E! Entertainment. This week the poster was announced, which features artists from the young Billie Eilish to the Colombian Juanes and Maluma.

 

Resident premieres René's quarantine version

A few weeks ago, Residente made many people cry with the lyrics of his song René, in which he explored by way of confession the theme of depression and anxiety that he has experienced for years. Now, after the new situation of confinement due to COVID-19, he launches a new version in which the song is performed by different artists from around the world and in which his mother, Flor Joglar, and the Panamanian artist Rubén Blades are heard singing.

 

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