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‘Demon Slayer’, the Final Chapter of the anime series, is in Theaters Now.



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(VOR News) – The film “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Infinity Castle” has been purchased by Crunchyroll, and it will be distributed to theaters all around the world as part of a trilogy of films.

The three films will be distributed worldwide by Crunchyroll and Sony Pictures Entertainment, with the exception of specific areas in Asia and Japan being excluded from the distribution. There is no information available regarding the publication dates.

The three-part cinematic features are a representation of the completion of the last arc and the finale of the hugely popular and award-winning anime shonen series.

As Crunchyroll’s president, Rahul Purini stated, “We are delighted to have been a part of the ‘Demon Slayer’ franchise from the very beginning.”

“We appreciate the opportunity to become a part of this franchise.” “Crunchyroll is thrilled to present this trilogy of films to its fans on the big screen, and it is expected to be among the most significant and influential pop cultural events of our generation.”

A manga series based on the work of Gotoge Koyoharu, “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” has been published by the Jump Comics division of Shueisha since 2018.There have been more than 150 million copies of this collection, which consists of 23 volumes.

Kamado Tanjiro, whose family is killed by a demon, joins the Demon Slayer Corps in order to restore his younger sister Nezuko to her human form after she has become a demon. Here is the beginning of the story.

“Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba”‘s “Tanjiro Kamado,

Unwavering Resolve Arc” was the first episode shown in April 2019. A motion picture entitled “Mugen Train” was released in October of 2020, and two television series entitled “Mugen Train Arc” and “Entertainment District Arc” ran in the years 2021 and 2022, respectively. The “Swordsmith Village Arc” was made available on Crunchyroll in the year 2023, little than a year after the theatrical release of “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – To the Swordsmith Village.”

The “Hashira Training Arc” was made available to the public in the year 2024, not long after the theatrical release of “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba -To Hashira Training.” The animation creation was handled by ufotable.

“To the Swordsmith Village,” “Mugen Train,” and “To the Hashira Training,” the three most recent films, have all been commercially successful and have garnered a lot of positive feedback from audiences.

“Mugen Train” has made more than $500 million to this day, making it the highest-grossing anime film of all time and the highest-grossing Japanese film at the box office around the world. It currently holds the position of being the second highest grossing anime film in the history of the box office in the United States.

Crunchyroll is currently offering “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” for streaming, and it is currently available for viewing.

In 2021, Sony completed the acquisition of Crunchyroll and then combined it with Funimation, the company’s own anime streaming platform. On the other hand, the firm made the decision to keep the Crunchyroll name and continue to develop it as a streaming and theatrical participant.

The firm is a joint venture between Sony Pictures Entertainment, which is situated in the United States, and Aniplex, which is a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc. Crunchyroll LLC is a company that operates independently. At the end of the day, both are subsidiaries of the Sony Group, which has its headquarters in Tokyo.

In a separate development, Sony has recently revealed that it will be establishing an institution with the purpose of fostering the creative potential of anime directors.


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Shannen Doherty, ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ Star, Dies At 53



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Los Angeles — Shannen Doherty, the “Beverly Hills, 90210” star whose life and career were roiled by sickness and tabloid rumors, died at 53.

Leslie Sloane, Doherty’s spokesperson, confirmed that she died Saturday. She had breast cancer for several years.

“The beloved daughter, sister, aunt, and friend was surrounded by her loved ones, including her dog, Bowie. “The family requests privacy at this time so they can grieve in peace,” Sloane said. The news was initially published by People magazine.

Her sickness was made public in a lawsuit filed in 2015 against her former business managers, in which she claimed they mismanaged her money and let her health insurance lapse. She later disclosed detailed information about her treatment after a single mastectomy. In December 2016, she shared a snapshot of her first day of radiation, describing the therapy as “frightening” for her.


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Shannen Doherty, ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ Star, Dies At 53

Doherty disclosed in February 2020 that her cancer had returned, and she was in stage four. She stated that she came out so that her medical conditions may be revealed in court. In 2018, the star filed a lawsuit against insurance company State Farm after her California home was damaged in a fire.

Doherty was born in Memphis, Tennessee, and relocated to Los Angeles with her family when she was seven. Within a few years, she became an actor.

“It was completely my decision,” she told The Associated Press in a 1994 interview. “My parents never forced me into anything. They support me. It wouldn’t matter if I were a professional soccer player; they’d be just as supportive and loving.”

She worked continuously as a child star on TV shows such as “Little House on the Prairie,” where she played Jenny Wilder. As a teenager, she detoured to the big screen with “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” (1985) and “Heathers.”

In 1990, the doe-eyed, dark-haired actress scored her breakout role as Brenda Walsh in producer Aaron Spelling’s blockbuster teenage melodrama set in wealthy Beverly Hills. She and Brenda’s twin brother, Jason Priestley’s Brandon, were out of their element in the Midwest.

However, Doherty’s celebrity came with media scrutiny and allegations of outbursts, drunkenness, and impulsiveness, the last most notably following a brief marriage to George Hamilton’s son.

She quit “90210” at the end of its fourth season in 1994 (the show ran until 2000), allegedly due to problems with her costars and frequent tardiness.

However, in a 1994 Associated Press interview, Doherty portrayed her life as calm.

“It must be, if you pick up the Enquirer and find the only thing they can write about me is that I installed a pay phone next to my house and was seen at Stroud’s (a discount bed-and-bath chain) buying $1,400 worth of bed linens and wouldn’t go to an expensive store,” according to her. “It must be calm if they’re pulling that stuff out of their heads.”

Three years later, in 1997, a Beverly Hills Municipal Court judge sentenced Doherty to anger-management training after she allegedly smashed a beer bottle against a man’s window during a fight. In another legal fight, she pled no contest to a 2001 drunken driving charge and was sentenced to five days in a work-release program.

Doherty reconnected with Spelling in 1998 when he cast her as Prue Halliwell in “Charmed.” In an AP interview that year, the actress professed regret for her past.

“I did bring a lot of it on myself,” Doherty admitted. “I don’t believe I can point fingers and say, ‘Oh, you’re to blame.'” I don’t do this with myself, either. “Because I was still growing up.”

Doherty also stated that the media had “grotesquely misconstrued” her personality.

Spelling stated that their relationship was never as bad as others made it appear.

“We had a few bumps along the road, but golly, who doesn’t?” recalled Spelling, who died in 2006. “Everything Shannen did was blown out of proportion by the rag sheets.”

From 1998 until 2001, Doherty starred in “Charmed” alongside Holly Marie Combs and Alyssa Milano, after which Rose McGowan replaced her character. Seven years later, she starred in the “90210” sequel series alongside original series star Jennie Garth and competed in “Dancing with the Stars” in 2010. She also worked on the third “Beverly Hills, 90210” revival, “BH90210,” a meta take on the program that ran for one season in 2019.


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Shannen Doherty, ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ Star, Dies At 53

Doherty struggled to regain her “Beverly Hills, 90210” star status, although she did work in big-screen pictures like “Mallrats” and “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back,” as well as TV movies like “A Burning Passion: The Margaret Mitchell Story,” in which she played the author of “Gone with the Wind.” The nadir was “Blindfold: Acts of Obsession,” an erotic thriller starring Judd Nelson.

Doherty’s case against her former business managers was settled in 2016. She was honest about the toll cancer was taking on her. In an August 2016 interview with “Entertainment Tonight,” she discussed her anxieties and provided photographs of her baldness after treatment.

“The unknown is always the scariest part,” she told me. “Will the chemo work? “Is the radiation going to work?” she asked. “Pain is manageable, you know, living without a breast is manageable; it’s the worry of your future and how your future is going to affect the people that you love.”

Doherty married Rick Salomon in 2002 after the latter was involved in a sex tape issue with Paris Hilton. The marriage was annulled within a year. In 2011, Doherty married photographer Kurt Iswarienko. She filed for divorce in April 2023.


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Griff Has Opened For Some Of Pop’s Biggest Stars. Now She Has A Debut Album Of Her Own To Tour




Griff, a British singer-songwriter, has had an undeniably successful career. Less than two years after releasing her first track and clearing her A-level examinations, she received the Brit Award for Rising Star. Then she opened for Dua Lipa. Then, Ed Sheeran. Then Coldplay. Then, Taylor Swift.

Between gigs, solo shows, and music releases, she worked on the tracks for her debut album, “Vertigo,” which is out today.

“The usual steps that you take as a new artist have been a bit, like, upside-down,” the 23-year-old, who goes by Sarah Faith Griffiths, told The Associated Press in an interview. “An album is such a step hitting the ground, and it’s such a milestone I’ve always wanted to get to.”

Griff Has Opened For Some Of Pop’s Biggest Stars. Now She Has A Debut Album Of Her Own To Tour

According to her, this moment feels like the start of her career. The immersive pop album explores the emotions accompanying such a whirlwind and those arising from other destabilizing occurrences, such as growing up and experiencing heartache.

Griff said the inspiration for the project came, “funnily enough,” while navigating a spiral staircase in one of the residences she wrote the record in — in this case, a cottage owned by singer and songwriter Imogen Heap. She claimed the physical truth of the encounter immediately translated into an emotional counterpart, which has stayed with her ever since.

“That was just a very real, tangible feeling that I have had, and still have, at this stage in my life,” she told me.

“Tears For Fun” and “Miss Me Too” explore that dizzying sensation through multilayer productions inspired by the large-scale locations she has previously played in. “Astronaut” incorporates piano by Coldplay’s Chris Martin, who inspired Griff to alter an early form of the song into a ballad. “You said you needed space, go on then, astronaut,” she admits in her characteristic belt, her grounded demeanor lending weight to her charges.

“It’s almost like I’m a little greedy with emotions when it comes to songs,” she added, explaining her desire to combine heartbreaking words with catchy, optimistic arrangements. “For me, music is all about moving people and triggering emotion.”

According to her, the catharsis is shared by both the artist and the listeners, which Martin has encouraged.

“He really believes that as creatives and writers, we’re just kind of vessels, and creativity will flow through us and ideas will find their way to the right people,” according to her. “And I think that kind of philosophy is really reassuring.”

Griff succeeds in her aim not only through her sound but also through the graphics she and her crew create. Ever since the album’s first track was released, she has worn a spiral in her hair. Song visualizers envision her dancing in billowing textiles on the same spiral created in sand. Like her pop forefathers, she understands that an album “era” is a multimedia undertaking.

However, the more casual glances of Griff, the creative, may disclose far more about her inner life. In preparation for her gig opening for a night of Swift’s Eras Tour in London, she chronicled the process of making a garment out of blue and white cloth inspired by a line from Swift’s song “But Daddy I Love Him.”

“I was always draping bedsheets around myself,” she recalled from her upbringing. “I was the only female – I have two elder brothers and a lot of foster siblings — so I entertained myself by dressing up. “I think I just enjoy making things.”

Griff Has Opened For Some Of Pop’s Biggest Stars. Now She Has A Debut Album Of Her Own To Tour

Swift stated on stage: “This girl, she is so creative on every single level.”

Griff, true to her enthusiasm, says she is eager to continue producing.

“To be totally honest, I feel excited to get back in the studio,” she told me. “I feel like I’ve got a lot more to give.”


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MrBeast to Gives Away 10 Tesla Cybertrucks in Latest YouTube Challenge



MrBeast to Gives Away 10 Tesla Cybertrucks in Latest YouTube Challenge

(CTN News) – MrBeast, a YouTube celebrity known for his extravagant challenges and generous giveaways, revealed his latest video on Saturday, in which he plans to give away ten Tesla Cybertruck units.

The video shows 50 YouTube personalities competing for a $1 million reward by attempting to stay within a specific region, with the last person standing being proclaimed the winner.

In an initial challenge, MrBeast allowed players to leave the competition area to take a free-throw basketball shot. Successful entrants would win a Cybertruck for one of their subscribers and be eligible to re-enter the competition.

Those who missed their shot were eliminated. While many contestants failed, a handful secured a Cybertruck for their top subscribers.

The complete film is available on MrBeast YouTube account, where viewers can see the competition unfold. It’s unclear whether all ten Cybertrucks were given away during the video challenge.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk responded to the video on the social networking platform X, formerly known as Twitter, with the word “cool.”

This isn’t MrBeast’s first partnership with Tesla products. In January, he showed a Model X in one of his films and discussed it with Elon Musk, which resulted in the video being put on the X platform.

The Tesla Cybertruck has recently gained traction, becoming the best-selling vehicle in the United States, and it was priced above $100,000 in June.

The electric truck also participated in the Goodwood Festival of Speed hill climb. Tesla has updated Cybertruck drive units to improve efficiency and issued voluntary recalls for wiper motor and trunk bed trim issues.

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