Hey Lovelies, 

Seeing as we have just had a ton of clips, I thought we would quieten things done, but still have a huge celebration, as my migraine is finally going away aha! And celebrate this very exciting release news hot from the cinema! 

Starting with this news about the film ‘Brooklyn’ lovelies, which has just announced a huge box office record, as it beat Irish records over the weekend, as it held the biggest opening of any film since ‘Michael Collins’ lovelies! 

The film also secured the biggest ever screen count in Ireland and took in £432k over the week of its release, which has now been counted to £1,041,278 over the past weekend! Whoop Whoop! 

As well as this amazing news lovelies, I can reveal that those chipmunks will be back on the 12th February next year! 

While Netflix have just announced a brand new ten part documentary series, called ‘Making A Murderer’ will be coming to their service on the 18th December, after it has premiered at the Doc Film Fest on the 13th lovelies! 

Taking viewers inside some of the biggest criminal cases, the new show will show how an investigation is conducted and the ways in which they are treated by the courts. Inspired by a newspaper article, the show is created by Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos, who have spent their lives looking at thrilling aspects of life. 

Including the story of Steven Avery, who was convicted of a brutal assault that caused the criminal justice to reform upon his release. 

“There are an unbelievable number of twists and turns in the story arc of Making a Murderer, it feels like it has to be fictional,” said Lisa Nishimura, Netflix VP of Original Documentary Programming. “Ricciardi and Demos have navigated very complex terrain and skillfully woven together an incredible series that leaves you feeling like you’re right in the middle of the action.”

“If we had not been there to witness these events we would have trouble believing they actually occurred. Our goal has always been to share that experience with viewers.  Our partnership with Netflix has allowed us to tell this story in a way that wouldn’t have been possible anywhere else,” said directors Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos.

Look out for all these very soon lovelies! 

Blog Soon, 
Joey X

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