Entertainment News Roundup: Ukrainian band gives new meaning to Clash’s success with ‘Kyiv Calling’; David Beckham hands over Instagram account to Kharkiv doctor and more

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Ukrainian band gives new meaning to Clash’s success with “Kyiv Calling”

Ukrainian punk band Beton have reworked The Clash’s famous “London Calling”, turning it into “Kyiv Calling” to highlight events in Ukraine and raise money for a resistance movement. The three-piece band, made up of an architect, an orthopedist and a businessman, recorded their reformulated version of the 1979 hit Clash at a studio in the western city of Lviv. ‘Ukraine.

David Beckham hands over Instagram account to Kharkiv doctor

Former England soccer captain David Beckham gave his Instagram account to a doctor who helps women give birth in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv on Sunday. Beckham, the 46-year-old former Manchester United and Real Madrid midfielder and current co-owner of US Major League soccer team Inter Miami, told his 71.6 million Instagram followers to consult her profile to see the work of Irina, a child anesthesiologist. , and his team in the midst of the conflict.

Box Office: ‘The Batman’ Reigns Again and Surpasses $300 Million in North America

Robert Pattinson’s superhero adventure “The Batman” is the No. 1 film at the domestic box office for the third weekend in a row. This feat is not surprising since March was relatively light in terms of new releases. But even though there wasn’t much competition, “The Batman” pulled off some impressive takes week in and week out. The film collected $36.8 million from 4,302 theaters between Friday and Sunday, a 45% drop from last weekend.

The best ballet artists ‘Dance for Ukraine’ at a charity event

Away from the fighting in Ukraine, Russian and Ukrainian ballet dancers rubbed shoulders in London on Saturday at a charity event that brought together some of the world’s leading dance artists for humanitarian aid in the Eastern European country. ‘Is torn apart by war. About 20 dancers, with shimmering bodies and graceful movements, received thunderous applause from the crowded auditorium of the London Coliseum theater for the “Dance for Ukraine” gala.

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