From posters that might beat Spider-Man to new rules for the Grammys, here’s what’s happening in the entertainment world.
There is no Spiderman in the UAE
Despite the global success Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Versethe film was recently pulled from several theaters in the United Arab Emirates.
across the universe Just the latest movie to welcome that fate.Disney’s light years It was banned in several Muslim-majority countries due to a scene showing two women kissing.
royal podcast ends
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s short run at Spotify is over.
The audio streaming giant and the couple’s podcast production company, Archewell Audio, announced that the two entities are parting ways. Although the split is mutual, type The couple had reportedly wanted to walk out of the deal for some time and were considering other partnerships.
On the other hand, the outlet also reported that Spotify is not happy with the number of podcasts they produce. The duo have delivered just one collection since striking a deal in 2020.
Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September, the royals put production on hold. Meanwhile, Spotify has declined to relaunch other high-profile deals, including Barack and Michelle Obama. The company announced last week that it was cutting 200 jobs as it restructured its podcast division.
The Recording Academy continues to implement changes as it looks to tweak the Grammys.
The latest changes are coming to the most prestigious awards of the night: Newcomer of the Year, Song of the Year, Album and Record of the Year. Instead of 10 nominees in each category, it was reduced to eight, the norm ahead of the 2022 ceremony.