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Djokovic returned to detention in Australia. Tennis player Novak Djokovic, whose visa was canceled for the second time on Friday by Australian authorities, has been remanded in detention pending a new court ruling, report The Daily Beast. Immigration Minister Alex Hawke said on Saturday that the presence in Australia of Djokovic, who is not vaccinated against Covid-19, “could encourage anti-vaccination sentiment” in the country andtrigger an upsurge in civil unrest”. The world number one, who still hopes to play the Australian Open from Monday and hang a 21st Grand Slam title on his record, has appealed the decision.

Death on a set: Alec Baldwin gives his phone to the police. After weeks of negotiations with the courts, actor Alec Baldwin finally gave his phone to the police on Friday as part of the investigation into the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of the western “Rust ”. Baldwin complied with the investigators’ mandate after obtaining from the investigators that the communications between him, his wife and his lawyer not be used, Explain The Hollywood Reporter. Halyna Hutchins had been killed by accident while Alec Baldwin, during a rehearsal, had fired a revolver supposed to contain dummy bullets.

Death of Jean-Jacques Beineix, director of “37.2 in the morning”. Filmmaker Jean-Jacques Beineix, a major figure in the 7th art in the 80s, died Thursday in Paris at the age of 75 following a long illness, his family announced on Friday. Director of the cult films “Diva” with Richard Bohringer, and “37.2 in the morning”, which had revealed Béatrice Dalle, Beineix had attracted boos from the Cannes festival with “The moon in the gutter”, consolidating his terrible child status of the 80s. Beineix had made “medical studies before turning to the cinema”, remember The Wrap. It had become “a very popular first assistant director, working in particular with Claude Berri, René Clément, Claude Zidi and even Jerry Lewis”. He had also distinguished himself in advertising, which greatly influenced his style. Her star had singularly faded after “Roselyne and the lions”. After a series of failures, he had given up on fiction to devote himself discreetly to documentaries.

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