In October, Taylor Swift marked her cinematic debut with the concert film "The Eras Tour". The film, directed by Sam Wrench, achieved remarkable success at the box office, surpassing $249 million worldwide. It notably broke the Guinness World Record for the highest-grossing concert film globally. Since its theatrical release, fans have eagerly awaited its availability for streaming. The anticipation has now come to an end as Swift has a major announcement for her fans.
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The legendary and controversial boxer Mike Tyson called out streaming platform Hulu by claiming, “it stole my life story.” Mike Tyson took his swing to social media and criticised the streamer over the anticipated limited series based on his life, named Mike. The former boxing heavyweight champion emphasised that he was not involved in the project nor was he financially compensated for the biographical series. Starring Trevante Rhodes in the title role, Mike’s trailer set the viewers' eyes ablaze with the grasping and intriguing plot. Set to launch on 25 August, the series focuses on the meteoric rise of the troubled boxer, the highlights of his career such as the infamous bite, his rape conviction, and his prison sentence.