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The story continues: Money Heist’s Berlin is getting his own Netflix series in 2023

The story continues: Money Heist’s Berlin is getting his own Netflix series in 2023
Dec 1 2021 Share

Berlin has been a long-time fan favourite in the Money Heist series and fans of the enigmatic character will be happy to know that he is getting his very own spinoff series in 2023.

Titled Berlin: A New Series, Netflix revealed that the series will kick off in 2023 and star Spanish actor Pedro Alonso, who will reprise his role as mastermind Berlin. It is so far unknown whether or not the show will be a prequel but given the circumstances of his story, one can only expect it.

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The second half of Money Heist’s fifth and final season will hit Netflix this Friday. With regards to the upcoming Berlin series, Alonso has stated that he is extremely happy about it and is “deeply grateful to be able to connect with people all over the world and receive so much love and such a memorable time.”

Do you plan on watching the new Berlin series?

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Blanket travel bans will not prevent international spread of Omicron COVID variant, WHO says

Dec 1 2021 Share

In light of the current COVID-19 Omicron variant, the World Health Organization (WHO) has stated that blanket travel bans will not in fact prevent the international spread of the variant but place a heavy burden on the lives and livelihoods of citizens.

This comes in light of multiple countries imposing travel bans and enacting travel measures to prevent the spread of the heavily-mutated variant as cases begin to surface.

The international organisation has stated that blanket travel bans “can adversely impact global health efforts during a pandemic by disincentivizing countries to report and share epidemiological sequencing data,” going on to advise people over 60 or at-risk individuals to postpone their travel bans for the moment.

WHO also reiterated the importance of getting vaccinated and staying vigilant until more is known about the new variant.

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The Last Dance: Channing Tatum to return for one last Magic Mike film

The Last Dance: Channing Tatum to return for one last Magic Mike film
Nov 30 2021 Share

In an announcement which shook middle-aged aunts around the world, actor Channing Tatum will be returning for one final Magic Mike film, as revealed in a surprise announcement.

 

Tatum stated that he and the team have begun working on the third and final instalment of Magic Mike title Magic Mike’s Last Dance, with director Steven Soderbergh returning to the helm. He will return to his role as ‘Mike Lane’, a male stripper which is loosely based on Tatum’s experiences in Florida. It is, as of yet, unknown whether or not Matthew McConaughey, Alex Pettyfer and Joe Mangianello will reprise their roles from the first two films.

The 41-year-old actor took to Twitter to share a photo of the script’s front page with the caption ‘Well world, looks like Mike Lane’s tapping back in,’ tagging entertainment platform HBO Max.

Are you excited for Magic Mike’s final film?

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‘Ċikku Fenech garden’ to be inaugurated as new family garden, minister says

‘Ċikku Fenech garden’ to be inaugurated as new family garden, minister says
Nov 30 2021 Share

Back in August, the public had been informed that an abandoned field attributed to Ċikku Fenech would be converted into a green open space for families. Fast forward to December and the open space will soon be inaugurated for all families to enjoy.

Minister for the Environment Aaron Farrugia chose to highlight that the land is in a development zone and the government could have erected a five-storey building but decided  to transform the area into a green space by planting more trees and installing new facilities for children.

The field had never been opened to the public, being linked to one of Malta’s most notorious individuals and being turned into an illegal dumping site over the years. A rusting Land Rover had also been left, becoming an icon of the area which was also planned to be restored.

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