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ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogSHARJAH: Multan Sultans won the toss and elected to field in their match against Islamabad United tonight. Skipper Malik confirmed that his team has made two changes in their squad as Junaid Khan and Hardus Viljoen have been rested; Ross Whiteley and Umar Gul are in. Meanwhile, United has also made two changes as Alex Hales and Imad Butt have come in for the respective places of Steven Finn and Zafar Gohar Islamabad XI: AD Hales, L Ronchi, JP Duminy, Hussain Talat, Asif Ali, Faheem Ashraf, Misbah-ul-Haq, SR Patel, Shadab Khan, Amad Butt, Mohammad Sami. Multan XI: KC Sangakkara, Ahmed Shehzad, Sohaib Maqsood, Shoaib Malik, KA Pollard, Saif Badar, RA Whiteley, Sohail Tanvir, Imran Tahir, Mohammad Irfan, Umar Gul. Islamabad are in red-hot form, with five wins in seven matches so far. Their victory streak began from a dramatic win against Lahore Qalandars in Super Over thriller, after which the Reds defeated Karachi Kings, Lahore (again) and Peshawar Zalmi to secure 10 points and joint-top position with Quetta Gladiators on the points table. Misbah's side has been further boosted by the inclusion of England batsmen Alex Hales and Sam Billings, who joined the squad in UAE following the end of the series in New Zealand. Multan, however, look shaky at fourth spot. After a flying start to their PSL campaign, the team has been languishing and needs to win tonight to consolidate their place in the top four.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News Blog?Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,? which will finish the holiday with nearly $290 million in 29 days, now ranks as the eighth highest grosser released in 2017 LOS ANGELES: Sony?s ?Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle? is dominating the North American box office to easily win the four-day Martin Luther King Jr. weekend with about $33.4 million at 3,849 sites, estimates showed Sunday. Fox?s ?The Post? is leading the rest of the pack handily and topped forecasts with $22.2 million at 2,819 locations for Friday-Monday after expanding from 36 sites. The opening of Lionsgate?s Liam Neeson?s thriller ?The Commuter? also topped expectations in third place with $16 million at 2,892 venues. The fifth weekend of Disney-Lucasfilm?s ?Star Wars: The Last Jedi? with $14.7 million at 3,090 sites is fourth and Fox?s fourth weekend of ?The Greatest Showman? with $14.5 million at 2,938 screens takes fifth place at the holiday box office. Warner. Bros.? launch of family comedy ?Paddington 2? was battling for sixth place with Universal?s second weekend of ?Insidious: The Last Chapter? with about $14.1 million each. Sony?s launch of action-thriller ?Proud Mary? came in eighth with $12 million at 2,125 sites followed by Universal?s fourth weekend of ?Pitch Perfect? with $6.7 million at 2,505 sites and Focus Features? eighth weekend of ?Darkest Hour? with $5.7 million at 1,693 venues. Overall business was solid rather than spectacular with a four-day total in the $190 million range, according to comScore. ?Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,? which will finish the holiday with nearly $290 million in 29 days, now ranks as the eighth highest grosser released in 2017. ??Jumanji? has in essence hit the reset button and is now behaving more like a film in its second weekend rather than its fourth,? said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst with comScore. ?In the wake of a startling late run ascension to the number one spot, ?Jumanji? continues to energize the early 2018 box office marketplace while this weekend taking on a host of wide release newcomers.? Disney noted Sunday that ?Star Wars: The Last Jedi? had reached a worldwide total of $1.264 billion, topping Disney?s ?Beauty and the Beast? ($1.263 billion) and Universal?s ?The Fate of the Furious? ($1.236 billion) to become the top global release of 2017 and the tenth-highest global release of all time. ?Jumanji,? starring Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, provided the most substantive challenge to ?The Last Jedi? after opening Dec. 20. It?s the most successful title for Sony since ?Spider-Man: Homecoming,? which pulled in $337 million domestically during the summer. ?The Post,? starring Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep in a story about the 1971 publication of the Pentagon Papers, attracted an older audience with 66 percent over 35. It received an A Cinemascore with ComScore?s PostTrak audience survey showing solid response with 63 percent rating the drama a ?definite recommend? -- indicating strong playability in coming weeks, according to Chris Aronson, president of domestic distribution. ?We see a real opportunity for attracting young people who are politically aware due to the timeliness of the subject matter,? he added. ?The Post? took in $4.3 million in two weeks of limited release, so its domestic total has hit $26.7 million. The National Board of Review named ?The Post? the best film of 2017 with Hanks and Streep winning the acting awards and the Producers Guild nominated it as one of its top 11 films but it was denied nominations last week from the Directors Guild and Writers Guild. ?The Post? has an 88 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes. ?The Commuter,? starring Neeson as a businessman drawn into a criminal conspiracy on his train ride home. The film finished Friday with around $4.6 million, and has received a B CinemaScore and a 55 percent Rotten Tomatoes rating. The film kicks off a long-term partnership between Lionsgate and StudioCanal that will continue with ?Early Man? and ?Shaun the Sheep Movie 2.? ?Paddington 2? was coming in slightly under expectations. Warner Bros. acquired the North American rights for the sequel film, starring the popular British children?s literary character, from the Weinstein Company in November after the sexual harassment allegations against former head Harvey Weinstein left the production company and distributor a toxic name. ?Paddington 2,? in which Ben Whishaw voices the accident-prone bear, has already earned $125 million internationally and has garnered a 100 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. ?Proud Mary,? starring Taraji P. Henson, opened at the lower end of expectations for Sony?s Screen Gems. The film, which carries a modest $14 million budget, was marketed toward Henson?s fan base. She portrays a hit woman working for an organized crime family in Boston, whose life is completely turned around when she meets a young boy whose path she crosses when a professional hit goes bad. Critics were unimpressed and gave ?Proud Mary? a 23 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
waqas dar posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogDisney's space romp "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" continued its hyperspeed performance over the weekend in North America while approaching a quarter-billion dollars in ticket sales for its first two weeks, according to industry estimates. The lighthearted Marvel flick about a band of misfit space adventurers logged $63 million in ticket sales over the three-day weekend, Exhibitor Relations said. That gave "Guardians," which stars Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Bradley Cooper and Vin Diesel, just over half the combined ticket sales of the top 12 movies showing in the United States and Canada. It has taken in over $630 million worldwide. Its strong showing kept it far ahead of second-place "Snatched" from Fox, a new release starring Goldie Hawn and Amy Schumer as a mother and daughter on a wild jungle adventure. That film netted $17.5 million over the Mother's Day weekend. In third place was "King Arthur: Legend of the Sword," a new release from Warner Bros., which took in $14.7 million. Variety called that a "paltry sum" and Hollywoodreporter.com termed it "a flop of epic proportions" considering the $175 million spent to produce the film. "Arthur" stars Charlie Hunnam in the title role, with support from Jude Law and Eric Bana. Fourth was "The Fate of the Furious" from Universal, with $5.3 million in domestic ticket sales. That movie, starring Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson, last week passed the $1 billion mark worldwide. And fifth was "The Boss Baby" from Fox. The animated tale of rivalry between infants and puppies held on to take in $4.6 million in its seventh week out. Rounding out the top 10 were: "Beauty and the Beast" ($3.9 million) "How to Be a Latin Lover" ($3.8 million) "Lowriders" ($2.4 million) "The Circle" ($1.7 million) "Baahubali 2: The Conclusion" ($1.5 million) The Indian swashbuckling epic is the highest-grossing Indian film in history, and the third-biggest foreign language debut in the United States.
The killing of a policeman by a suspected Muslim militant pushed national security to the top of the French political agenda on Friday, two days before the presidential election, with leading candidates clashing over how to keep citizens safe. With the first round of voting in the two-stage election to take place on Sunday, far-right leader Marine Le Pen, an anti-EU politician who wants to ditch the euro, seized on the Paris shooting to push her policies on national security. Le Pen - narrowly trailing frontrunner Emmanuel Macron in opinion polls - said she would take steps to beat "Islamist terrorism" if elected, including introducing tougher immigration and border controls. Macron, a former economy minister in the government that Le Pen has criticised repeatedly for its security record, said the solutions were not as simple as she suggested. The centrist candidate, a political novice compared with his opponents, said there "no such thing as zero risk" and anyone who said otherwise was irresponsible. There are four leading candidates in a race that is still too close to call. Sunday's round of voting will be followed by a second-round runoff on May 7 between the top two candidates. Macron is in the lead with 24 percent of the first-round vote, ahead of Le Pen who had fallen back slightly to 21.5 percent, according to an Elabe survey of voter intentions taken before the shooting. Conservative Francois Fillon, a former prime minister, and the far left's Jean-Luc Melenchon were snapping at their heels with 20 and 19.5 percent respectively. The attack on Thursday night on the Champs Elysees boulevard added a new source of unpredictability to a closely contested election that will decide the management of France's 2.2 trillion euro economy, which vies with Britain for the rank of fifth largest in the world. The outcome could also have a bearing on France's place in Europe and the world. Should Le Pen win, it could deal a hammer blow to the European Union, which is still reeling from Britain's decision to leave the bloc. All the candidates are seeking to woo the high proportion of people that are undecided about who to vote for - 31 percent according to an Ipsos poll on Friday. Fillon also seized on the attack, which was claimed by Daesh, saying the fight against "Islamist totalitarianism" should be the priority of the next president. "It's us or them," he said. Financial markets though shrugged off the latest twist in the presidential campaign with French bond yields hitting a three-month low on Friday. The Champs Elysees shooting is the latest in a series of attacks by religious militants on France in recent years in which more than 200 people have been killed. A truck ploughed into people in Nice on Bastille Day last year killing more than 80 people while coordinated attacks across Paris including the Bataclan concert hall claimed about 130 lives in November 2015. There have also been attacks on a Jewish school, a satirical weekly and a kosher market. US President Donald Trump said on Twitter that the shooting would influence the French election. "Another terrorist attack in Paris. The people of France will not take much more of this. Will have a big effect on presidential election!" he said. However previous attacks that have taken place soon before elections, including the November 2015 attacks in Paris ahead of regional polls and the shooting in a Jewish school before the 2012 presidentials, did not appear to change the course of those ballots in favor of those espousing tougher national security. An assault on a soldier in February at the Paris Louvre museum by a man wielding a machete also had no obvious impact on this year's opinion polls, which have consistently said that voters see unemployment and trustworthiness of politicians as bigger issues. Security forces on alert A French policeman was shot dead and two others were wounded in Thursday night's attack in central Paris. After an emergency meeting of security officials, Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said security forces, including elite units, were on alert to back up the 50,000 police earmarked to ensure citizens' safety during the election. "The government is fully mobilised. Nothing must be allowed to impede the fundamental democratic process of our country," Cazeneuve told reporters. "It falls to us not to give in to fear and intimidation and manipulation which would play into the hands of the enemy." Controls on immigration and national security are cornerstones of Le Pen's National Front agenda and on Friday she said she would reinstate border checks and expel foreigners who are on watch lists of intelligence services. Macron was quick to respond to his rival's comments. "I've heard Madame Le Pen saying again recently that with her in charge, certain attacks would have been avoided," he said on RTL Radio. "There's no such thing as zero risk. Anyone who pretends (otherwise) is both irresponsible and deceitful." Tight race In the Elabe poll, which was conducted on Wednesday and Thursday, both Fillon and Melenchon were seen narrowing Macron and Le Pen's lead over them. Should Macron and Le Pen make it to the second round, the former economy minister was projected to win the runoff - and thus the presidency - with 65 percent against 35 percent for Le Pen, the survey for BFM TV and L'Express magazine showed. Fillon, who has slowly clawed back some ground lost after being hit by a fake jobs scandal, saw his score in the first round rise half a percentage point to 20 percent. Melenchon, who would hike taxes on the rich and spend 100 billion euros ($107 billion) of borrowed money on vast housebuilding and renewable energy projects, gained 1.5 points to 19.5 percent as he built further on momentum he has seen after strong performances in television debates. If Melenchon makes it to the runoff, he is projected to beat both Le Pen and Fillon by comfortable margins although he is seen losing to Macron 41 percent to 59 percent.