Since today is Friday, here are the five most relevant news from the entertainment world this week.
Harvey Weinstein, Harry and Meghan and Berlinale logo. / Photos: Wikimedia-Georges Biard, instagram.com/sussexroyal, instagram.com/berlinale
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Finally, it is Friday and some so far will have a moment to inform themselves and start resting. This is why we bring together and summarized the five most relevant entertainment news this week, so you have a bite of each and can find out about your favorite celebrities.
Is the Weinstein case progressing?
After a trial that lasted six weeks, the jury received the Weinstein case last Tuesday, February 18. After just one hour of deliberation, the jury asked the lawyers and advisers of the case to explain legal concepts, on the one hand, and, on the other, to explain the nature of the crimes for which he is accused.
The former Hollywood producer faces five serious accusations, two about rape and three sexual harassment and predatory behavior. At the end of the day, jurors asked for some more evidence that investigators and lawyers should share. The first day of deliberation ended without a verdict.
New Amazing Stories trailer
This is the new production of Steven Spielberg for Apple TV+. It is a miniseries that works like a new version of the one that the director had produced before in the eighties. On this occasion, Spielberg will be only the producer of the series as the directors will vary between episodes.
In the trailer, which premiered this week, you can see an opening of the five stories that will make up the miniseries, in which everyday characters will be transported to a fantasy world. His first episode will premiere on March 6.
High Fidelity premiere
The new Hulu series, which increasingly supports more young projects and positions itself as a streaming service, is High Fidelity. It was launched on the platform last Friday, on Valentine's Day, and is starring the beautiful Zöe Kravitz. It's about exploring spite in New York City. The protagonist and her two friends will unravel (or entangle more, we don't know) the most recondite of love and relationships in youth.
Harry and Meghan's last appearance as royalty members
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This Wednesday, February 19, it was announced by the real ITV editor that during the end of February and the first days of March, Harry and Meghan will make their last appearances as royals so they leave their royal tasks fully accomplished before their status changes on March 31 of this year, the day on which their departure from the Royal Family will be official.
The Berlinale begins
One of the most important international film festivals in the world began yesterday, Thursday, February 20 and is celebrating 70 years. To celebrate, the director of the festival has decided to return to the tradition that began this festival, which began in a city divided by the Berlin Wall. Thus, this version will be a political and historical exploration through cinema.