Leisure Information Roundup: Twitter thread about girl’s intercourse trafficking story now a film; Field Workplace: ‘F9’ Zooms to Mighty $70 Million Debut, Shattering Pandemic Information

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Twitter thread about the history of the sex trafficking in women now a movie

A viral one Twitter Thread about a woman’s experience of sex trafficking while traveling to. 2015 Florida was turned into a movie “Zola”. Inspired by A’Ziah “Zola” King’s 148 tweet thread and a subsequent story in Rolling Stone magazine about her experience, the drama follows Detroit Waitress and exotic dancer Zola, their customer Stefani persuades her to travel Florida for a weekend.

Box Office: ‘F9’ zooms in on mighty $ 70 million debut and breaks pandemic records

The only thing stronger than family? The box office debut of “F9”, the latest entry in Universal’s “Fast & Furious” saga. After many delays over the course of a year and a half, “F9” opened for a whopping $ 70 million from 4,179 North American venues. This is by far the biggest start for a movie in US Box office since the COVID-19 outbreak.

Sister says she’s proud of Britney Spears to speak speaking

Jamie Lynn Spears, younger sister of Britney SpearsShe said Monday she was proud of the pop superstar, who spoke about her life under her father’s supervision and supported anything that would make the singer happy. In a video posted on InstagramJamie Lynn Spears said she felt she could speak publicly about the situation now because her sister testified in court.

‘Sherlock Holmes’ returns Stories Audio books

“Sherlock Holmes” comes back to life as Stories has signed a contract with Conan Doyle Estate for new stories in audiobooks written by writer Anthony Horowitz Swedish Audiobook platform said on Monday. “Holmes,” the hero of Arthur Conan Doyle’s fictional detective stories in 1887, has a large following worldwide and has spawned several films based on the character.

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