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Winnie The Pooh horror film’s release cancelled in Hong Kong

Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey was due to take place in the special administrative region of China this week. However, it would seem that the horror film‘s release has now been cancelled without a reason being provided.VII Pillars Entertainment said on its Meta socials (both Facebook and Instagram) that it was with “great regret” that the scheduled release of the film on 23 March had been cancelled.

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Drake and 21 Savage settle Vogue’s fake cover lawsuit
Drake and 21 Savage last week settled the lawsuit filed against them by Vogue over the marketing campaign for their collaborative album ‘Her Loss’.That campaign involved the creation and distribution of an assortment of fake media coverage, including a faked Vogue cover featuring Drake and 21 Savage, and even a short run of a mocked up edition of the fashion magazine containing that cover and some other spoof content.Whereas the other spoofed media didn’t seem too bothered by the ‘Her Loss’ promo, Vogue owner Condé Nast was not happy at all.It quickly sent out some cease and desist letters to the musicians and their communications agency Hiltzik Strategies, and when that didn’t result in any ceasing and desisting, the media firm went to court accusing Drake, 21 Savage and Hiltzik of trademark infringement, unfair competition and false advertising, among other things.That legal action sought a court order – initially a temporary restraining order – that would prohibit any further distribution of the fake Vogue cover, plus – of course – lots of lovely damages.Quickly granting the temporary restraining order, the judge concluded that “Condé Nast has a likelihood of success on its claims for federal and common law trademark infringement, false designation of origin and unfair competition, false endorsement, dilution, false advertising, and violation of [New York General Business Law]”.The musicians and their marketing team confirmed they’d adhere to that order at the time, telling the court: “To avoid unnecessary cost and expense, defendants, pending the outcome of this litigation, but without conceding any liability with respect to the claims asserted by Condé Nast in this action, and without conceding any wrongdoing on