Disneyland and Universal Studios are among the California theme parks that are set to reopen under strict Covid-19 guidelines. At Six Flags Magic Mountain in Los Angeles, attendance will be limited to 15% capacity, and reservations are limited to California residents. CNN’s Paul Vercammen reports.
Regal Cinema is set to reopen next month and ahead of that, parent company Cineworld announced a deal with Warner Bros. on how long movies will stay up on the big screen before being made available for streaming in 2022. Conway G. Gittens has the details.
Japan has declared a targeted state of emergency for Tokyo, Osaka and two other prefectures in an attempt to halt a surge in coronavirus cases, just three months before the Tokyo Olympics. CNN’s Selina Wang has the latest from Osaka.
These artworks look good enough to eat. The jaw-droppingly realistic drawings are the work of an Osaka, Japan-based artist known as Shino. The 19-year-old's work includes a crisp packet that seems to emerge from the page, a banana, a bar of chocolate and a tasty apple. To prove the creations are real, Shino documented the drawing process of the crisp packet in pictures. Shino says: “I don't go to a painting school, so I'm self-taught. Some drawings can be produced in two hours, while others take more than 50 hours."
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