This week was packed with news, including the Bullet Train project with Lady Gaga and Brad Pitt.
These are the most relevant entertainment news of this week. / Photos: IG / ladygaga, IG / minecraft, amazon.es
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Celebrities - Meghan Markle confirmed in a New York Times article that she lost her second child in July
The Duchess of Sussex said she went to the hospital with Prince Harry where she saw "her husband's heart break" while holding his hand. The most heartbreaking comment in the interview was "I knew as I hugged my firstborn that I was losing the second."
In the article called 'The Losses We Share', the Duchess talks about how she cherished that people had asked her if she was okay, giving her and her husband the opportunity to evaluate what was gained and lost this year in order to answer that question.
Cinema - Lady Gaga and Brad Pitt in Bullet Train.
The Oscar winner joins Brad Pitt in the latest film from director David Leitch, best known for titles such as Fast & Furious, Hobbs & Shaw or Deadpool 2.
Alongside them will appear on the scene actors and actresses of great trajectory such as, Joey King, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Zazie Beetz, Brian Tyree Henry, Andrew Koji, Masi Oka and Michael Shannon who has been nominated for an Oscar twice.
The action movie follows the story of a group of hitmen in the middle of Tokyo's fastest train. Bullet train is currently filming and has no release date yet.
Music - 39 years to reach the top 10 of the Billboard 200
The album Greatest Hits by the British band Queen, achieved this week, and after 39 years and a month, the top 10 of the Billboard 200 list. This album released in October 1981 has had multiple releases, making it one of the best selling albums.
This week it went from position 36 to 8 and it is presumed that this escalation is due to an offer of vinyl acetates that Walmart made, in which this store sold more than 24,000 copies of this album in the space of a week.
Only Nat King Cole's album The Christmas Song has taken longer to achieve this milestone, achieving it in 2019, after 55 years, from its release in 1963.
Travel - UK lowers quarantine restrictions for travelers
Passengers arriving in England will be able to reduce mandatory self-isolation to just 5 days, if they take a self-paid covid19 test.
It has been reported that these rules will go into effect on December 15 of this year. And the cost of the tests can be between 65 and 120 GBP, depending on the laboratory that performs them.
Scotland and Ireland are studying the measure and depending on the results could implement it in the near future, while Wales is studying a "test and drop" scheme.
The Tourism and airline sectors, both in big financial trouble, have said this is a step in the right direction.
Video Games - Minecraft: Bedrock Edition arrives in its beta version
Bedrock Editions are a cross-platform family of Minecraft editions developed by Mojang Studios, Xbox Game Studios, 4J Studios, and SkyBox Labs.
Minecraft is listed as one of the best games for children on the Xbox platform and has been testing its beta versions for years on desktop computers, Xbox consoles and Android devices. These beta versions receive constant updates in which players can test the bug fixes, new functionalities and game improvements.