लोग अभी भी इसे वापस लाने के लिए COVID-19 महामारी लेख को पढ़ने के लिए इच्छुक नहीं हैं। हाल ही में मृतक – अभिनेता सहित जो सूची में फिर से सबसे ऊपर है – प्लस राजनीति और जो कुछ भी स्ट्रीमिंग, टेलीविज़न पर है और अब मूवी थिएटरों को फिर से खोलना, उस बीमारी की तुलना में बहुत अधिक आकर्षक लगता है जो जल्द ही नहीं छोड़ सकता है!
|1||Chadwick Boseman||3,974,415||The untimely death of a talented actor, who played three iconic African Americans (Thurgood Marshall, James Brown and Jackie Robinson) and Marvel Comics’ first black superhero (#7), is still being felt by his fans. Though that is no excuse for pestering one of his co-stars just because she didn’t post an eulogy.|
|2||Tenet (film)||1,587,728||Christopher Nolan’s long-awaited drama got postponed due to the pandemic that has slipped off the list again, but was released in movie theaters last week. Tenet had good reviews, even if with criticism for a confusing plot that was not helped by drowning dialogue under noise, and opened to a somewhat respectable $20 million given most theaters are still closed and many people are still afraid of going out during a pandemic.|
|3||Cobra Kai||1,192,835||Netflix released the show, previously exclusive to YouTube Premium, that brings back The Karate Kid himself, Daniel LaRusso, the guy who he crane kicked in the face, Johnny Lawrence, and the former sensei of the title dojo, John Kreese (whose actor Martin Kove is seen with a fan to the left)|
|4||Pranab Mukherjee||940,517||The 13th President of India has passed away at the age of 84.|
|5||Deaths in 2020||817,442||It’s a Dead Man’s Party|
Who could ask for more?
Leave your body at the door!
|6||Robert F. Kennedy Jr.||811,642||His father was a Senator, his uncle was President… and in spite of all this great legacy before him, RFK Jr. is on the news for making the world worse, being anti-vaccination and pro-COVID-19 idiocy, down to speaking in a partially violent demonstration in Berlin calling for an end to anti-Corona restrictions. (Strangely, the redirects to his article got more hits than the actual title.)|
|7||Black Panther (film)||764,462||The film starred #1 as the first lead role for a black superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and made over $1 billion. This week it was given special screenings on TV in the U.S., as well as re-released in some movie theaters, in tribute to the film’s deceased star.|
|8||Mulan (2020 film)||744,896||The pandemic screwed over the release of Disney’s latest live-action remake, originally scheduled for March and postponed to the point the company decided to put it on Disney+ under the hefty tag of $30. And so, at least in the United States, the streaming service received Yifei Liu (pictured) playing the Chinese girl who decided to fight a war in her father’s place (who wasn’t royalty or married into it, but still counted as a Disney Princess), only now without the Eddie Murphy dragon or that awesome montage song.|
|9||The Boys (2019 TV series)||625,976||Still on streaming: after The Umbrella Academy on Netflix, another subversive superhero show returned, namely the Prime Video comic book adaptation where “supes” are corporate puppets and overall jerks – and now we can’t even say the exception are the women, as Season 2 made the jaded veteran and the still idealistic newcomer be joined by a racist sociopath named after a neo-Nazi website.|
|10||William Zabka||593,068||The two stars of #3 (seen with Martin Kove in the picture to the left), one whose career barely registered afterwards – at most he produced an Academy Award-nominated short – and another who has been working steadily and even had a guitar duel against Steve Vai!|