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  • mujeres Detuvieron a seis mujeres por hacer pintadas para difundir el Paro de Internacional - TN.com.ar Todo noticias Encabezado Todo Noticias Secciones Todo Noticias Toda Pasión La Viola Show Tecno Con Bienestar TN Autos TN y la gente Opinión Videos Programas Clima Estrenos de cine Tránsito en Buenos Aires TN 360 Anterior Siguiente En vivo Navegacion secundaria Todo Noticias Portada Economia Internacional Policiales Política Sociedad Toda Pasión Portada After Play Desafios Esencial Fracasos Hazañas Millones Política La Viola Portada Clips En ascenso En la tele En vivo Escucha esto Gratis Hablamos con Hoy Mensaje directo Pachanga Show Portada Básicas El Twitter Escándalos Glamour Hollywood Realities Sábanas Showmatch Zarpadas Tecno Portada #Twittendencias 5 preguntas sobre Comparativas El laboratorio de Dexter F5 Nerdeadas Paso a paso Recomendados Unboxing Con Bienestar Portada Actitud Belleza Fitness Lo último Mujer Nutrición Pediatría TN Autos Portada Al volante Clásicos Lo último Pickup/4x4 Salones Súper autos TN y la gente Opinión Blogs Creer o Reventar Todos Nerds Todxs Saborama Variete Dev Últimas noticias Últimos videos TN en vivo Programas Clima Feriados Tránsito en Buenos Aires Detuvieron a seis mujeres por hacer pintadas para difundir el Paro de Internacional Además, fueron perseguidas por tres hombres al grito de 'Viva Cristo, Cristo Vive', en la puerta de la comisaría. Publicada: 7/03/2017 - 21:07 hs. Seis militantes feministas, entre ellas integrantes del movimiento Ni Una Menos, fueron detenidas en Almagro acusadas de hacer "pintadas" para difundir el Paro Internacional de Mujeres, previsto mañana.Fuentes de la organización informaron que las seis mujeres fueron detenidas alrededor de la 1.30 en Guardia Vieja y Gascón, en un operativo del que participaron 10 policías, tres patrulleros y una moto, a raíz de una denuncia realizada por los vecinos.La Fiscalía Penal, Contravencional y de Faltas dispuso que las detenidas fueran trasladadas a la comisaría 9° acusadas por el delito de "daños". Las mujeres declararon y recuperaron la libertad. Legisladores y referentes políticos y sociales expresaron su repudio por la detención y el accionar policial. Más sobre violencia de genero En Santiago del Estero, acuchillaron a una joven y todo quedó grabado por una cámara Mujeres marcharon contra la violencia machista Silvia D'Auro lanzó una tremenda acusación de violencia contra Rial "Esto es una muestra de la constante violencia que sufren las mujeres y ratifica la necesidad de realizar mañana el paro internacional y la movilización", dijo César Cigliutti, presidente de la Comunidad Homosexual Argentina (CHA)."El operativo realizado es toda una exhibición de la violencia permanente y actual hacia las mujeres: diez policías, tres patrulleros, una moto, y la orden de la fiscalía Penal, Contravencional y de Faltas", agregó. En la fiscalía, la policía rodeó a las integrantes de #NiUnaMenos que fueron a apoyar a las detenidas. Pedro Paradiso Sottile, secretario de la CHA, expresó su solidaridad con las militantes detenidas y aseguró que las seis mujeres fueron "perseguidas y denunciadas por tres varones al grito de 'Viva Cristo, Cristo Vive', en la puerta de la comisaría"."Todo el repudio a la violencia y represión machista y patriarcal, como el operativo policial totalmente desmedido. Por eso llamamos a movilizarnos y parar el #8M, para encontrarnos en la calle luchando contra los fundamentalismo y machismo que mata", agregó. El operativo policial en la puerta de la fiscalía. Tags relacionados ni una menos pintadas violencia de genero Paro Internacional de Mujeres almagro comisaría 9° CHA Cesar Cigliutti Pedro Paradiso Sottile Compartir en facebook Compartir en twitter Todo Noticias portada Pie de pagina Copyright 1996 - 2017 ARTEAR Contacto ∼ Términos y Condiciones ∼ Protección de Datos Personales ∼ Mediakit Comercial ∼ Grupo Clarín ∼ Clarín ∼ Olé ∼ MUY ∼ ViaPais ∼ La Voz del Interior ∼ Los Andes ∼ Ciudad ∼ El Trece TV ∼ El Doce TV ∼ FashionTV ∼ Mitre ∼ La 100 ∼ Cienradios ∼ TyCSports ¡Gracias por llegar hasta el final!
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  • Get Out Jordan Peele’s ‘Get Out’ To Scare Way To No. 1 At Box Office | Deadline Menu Deadline Box OfficeMoviegoers Will ‘Get Out’ Of The House & Spend $26.5M-… Home Film TV Awardsline Box Office Business INTL Video Jobs Got A Tip? Breaking News White House Bars CNN, NYT & Others From Press Gaggle Top Stories ‘Nashville’s Connie Britton, EP On Big Surprise & What’s Next Film Asghar Farhadi Expected To Speak From Iran At UTA Rally by by Anthony D'Alessandro Box Office ‘Get Out’ Scares Up $1.8M On Thursday, Eyes No. 1 Debut by by Anthony D'Alessandro TV Pilot Season Diversity Woes: Only 1 Female Drama Director by by Anthony D'Alessandro Box Office Moviegoers Will ‘Get Out’ Of The House & Spend $26.5M-$28M On Jordan Peele’s Directorial Debut – Midday B.O. Update by Anthony D'Alessandro February 24, 2017 11:37am 14 Box Office Breaking News Exhibition Collide Fifty Shades Darker Get Out John Wick: Chapter 2 Universal 2nd Update, 11:36AM: Early matinees indicate that Universal/Blumhouse’s Get Out is on its way to scare up an opening between $26.5M-$28M. Even if these industry projections calm down to the lower $20Ms by tonight, the Jordan Peele-directed movie will deliver both studios’ its second back-to-back hit after M. Night Shyamalan’s Split last month, which just cracked past $200M. Related Universal/Blumhouse's Jordan Peele Horror Film 'Get Out' Is Sundance's Secret Screening Get Out will easily slot the top spot giving Uni/Blumhouse their fourth No. 1 opening together after Split ($40M), The Purge ($34M), and Ouija ($19.8M). Also, in one weekend, Peele’s Get Out, which he does not appear in, will have outstripped the entire domestic cume of New Line/Warner Bros.’ Keanu ($20.6M), his first on-screen combo last year with his Key and Peele creator/co-star Keegan-Michael Key. Today, Get Out is expected to make between $10M-$10.5M, including last night’s $1.8M. Holdovers will rule the rest of the top of the chart with Warner Bros. The Lego Batman Movie flying down to second with an estimated third weekend of $15.5M, -52% for a running cume by Sunday of $129.5M. The toy brick DC superhero is expected to gross $4M today. Uni’s Fifty Shades Darker is looking at $9.5M in its third weekend, -53% for running total of $105.4M. Friday looks to count an estimated $3.3M. Lionsgate’s John Wick: Chapter 2 is now estimated at $2.2M today, $6.6M for its third weekend, -59% and a total by EOD Sunday of $72M. 20th Century Fox’s three-time Oscar nominee will see $1.6M today, $6M in its 10th weekend, -17% for a total by Oscar night of $152.9M. And the new guys, as anticipated, are coming in low with Lionsgate’s animated Rock Dog whining $1.4M today, $6M for the weekend and IM Global/Open Road’s Collide crashing with $750K today and $2M for the weekend. Again, tonight might paint a different picture for the weekend. Split, which the distributors prefer to classify as a psychological thriller, wasn’t frontloaded like the typical genre movie, thus seeing a 13% spike from its Friday to Saturday money. We’ll know later how frontloaded Get Out is. 1st Update, 6:44AM: Jordan Peele’s feature directorial debut Get Out raised hell Thursday night, grossing $1.8 million at 2,240 theaters from showtimes starting at 7 PM. Universal/Blumhouse Industry projections for Get Out are easily over $20M for the weekend, but Universal is forecasting in the high teens for this horror movie which cost under $5M before P&A. The movie is currently No. 1 on Fandango, repping 32% of all tickets sold this morning. QC Entertainment is also a producer on Get Out. Last night’s cash is just $200K shy of Universal/Blumhouse’s previous collaboration together last month: M. Night Shyamalan’s Split, which went on to a jawdropping opening weekend of $40M and crossed $200M yesterday. In addition, Get Out beats the $1M Thursday night made by Shyamalan’s The Visit, and the $722K made by Ouija: Origin Of Evil. Get Out‘s Thursday is also $100K shy of Screen Gems’ Don’t Breathe which went on to open to $26.4M. In addition — and the irony is that the comedic Peele doesn’t even appear in Get Out — the horror title beats the $560K Thursday night gross of Keanu, his R-rated combo with his Comedy Central series partner Keegan-Michael Key. Shutterstock Ever since Get Out screened secretly at the Sundance Film Festival, critics’ drums grew increasingly louder for the film to the point where it now owns a 100% certified fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes off 99 reviews. It use to be that horror titles ducked film reviewers since mainstream critics took delight in murdering them; essentially, genre press would be the only outlets granted access to them. With the renaissance in auteur horror cinema, there’s been a positive response from major metropolitan film critics, and thus their blessings spell victorious for a genre film’s outcome at the B.O. Wall Street Journal‘s Joe Morgenstern expounds on how this film about an African American young man who visits his Caucasian girlfriend’s family, strikes a nerve: “Get Out starts with a great title and a promising idea — a black man’s fear as he walks at night down a street in an affluent white suburb. Then it delivers on that promise with explosive brilliance.” Meanwhile, The New Yorker says that Peele with his combination of humor and political fury is “An American Bunuel.” Fandango reports that 94% of the audience was inspired to buy a ticket based on the film’s trailer. That makes sense considering that when Uni launched the first trailer in October, it clocked more than 30M views and was fueled by an enormous volume of organic sharing, with more than a half a million shares on Facebook alone in under 24 hours. Let’s not forget the Oscars are on Sunday night, and moviegoers will head out to get their last fix of nominees before the ceremony. AMC is bringing back all nine of the best picture nominees with its 11th annual Best Picture Showcase. Tomorrow the exhibitor will play all best pic nominees with some locations projecting all nine in a row. Best picture nominees La La Land from Lionsgate/Summit and Hidden Figures from 20th Century Fox remain in wide release in 1,733 and 2,022 theaters, respectively.  Open Road Also opening wide this weekend is Lionsgate’s animated title Rock Dog in 2,077 theaters and IM Global/Open Road’s Collide in 2,045. Neither is expected to shake up the chart, with industry projections of $6M-$7M and $3M-$4M, respectively. Collide, a Euro auto-action crime movie that stars Felicity Jones, Nicholas Hoult, Anthony Hopkins and Ben Kingsley, has already banked $3.2M per ComScore from seven territories including China and Germany. Bigger European markets and Latin America are to come following its U.S. bow. Open Road has a distribution fee on this title following IM Global rescuing their movie from Relativity’s bankruptcy close to two years ago. Warner Bros’ The Lego Batman Movie is the biggest potential threat to Get Out should it slip from No. 1. Industry projections see a third weekend for the animated title between $16M-$18M, but if it overperforms due to matinees, it could invade Get Out‘s turf. Last night, Lego Batman drew $1.8M — (really, it did). Its two week cume stands at $114M. Universal will also have a great weekend with Fifty Shades Darker, which will cross the $100M mark with an estimated $10M. The E.L. James sequel made $1.3M yesterday, ranking second for the day, with a two-week booty of $95.9M. Lionsgate/Summit’s John Wick: Chapter 2 ranked third among all titles in play yesterday with $1.2M and a running cume of $65.4M at the end of its second week. It’s set to make between $8.9M-$9.7M in its third weekend, raising its tally close to $75M on the high end. Subscribe to Deadline Breaking News Alerts and keep your inbox happy 14 14 Comments Cancel reply Comments On Deadline Hollywood are monitored. So don't go off topic, don't impersonate anyone, and don't get your facts wrong. Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (Address never made public) Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Jackal • 5 hours ago Critics of course like it. It aligns with their twisted political views. Reply Anonymous • 4 hours ago Yeah, and factors such as good acting, solid directing and a well-written script don’t even matter to them. To them (and clearly not to you), it’s all about the politics, right? Reply deleted • 4 hours ago Go watch the movie and then contemplate whether its “good acting, solid directing and a well-written script” or actually the rampant PC culture. Reply Chris • 2 hours ago I have and it is well written well acted and well directed and speaks about race relations in this country. Truly a great movie. Reply Anonymous • 3 hours ago Last week rotten tomatoes was a hack website, now those opinions matter. Reply wheatthlns • 2 hours ago I thought the two leads did a good job (particularly the lead actor), but Whitford and Keener are dialing it in (and could do this with their eyes closed). There’s not much “acting” from anyone else as these four occupy the bulk of the main movie. As for well written. . .I guess. The movie feels like an extended K&P episode. And this movie is absolutely all about politics, but done in a pretty lazy way. I think critics liked it because it was an easy inoffensive wink at race relations in this country; if you are expecting biting insight, you will come away disappointed. Reply Anonymous • 4 hours ago Agree 100% Reply kaustav77 • 3 hours ago Yeah and you have reached this conclusion by watching this movie I presume? And almso by knowing every single critic personally? As it has a rating of 100%, so literally every single one of them have a political view which is ‘twisted’ and it alligns with the movie that you have seen. Wow! :) Reply Tom • 3 hours ago Wouldn’t it align to the Trump voters mentality? Reply Anonymous • 2 hours ago While I think critics will sometimes bend over backwards to pump up a bad film that they feel serves a cause, we’re talking about something like Ghostbusters here which even critics themselves admitted after they felt like they had to be positive about, I don’t think that is the case for this film. Having not seen it, I can’t say for sure it is a good film, but the reviews all seem to say it is genuinely good. Only a few have said it is only so-so, though they still gave it a positive rating. Once people start seeing it will one have a better idea. But for now, that is an overstatement. Reply Chris • 2 hours ago It’s very good. The critics are right. Reply In the know • 3 hours ago It’ll be close to $30M, if not more. Reply Tom • 3 hours ago Split crossed 200m worldwide not domestically which is what you make it sound like Reply Anonymous • 2 hours ago this movie is not good. It’s neither scary nor funny. People were walking out of the show I saw. the reviews of this are way off. this movie is clunky and ham-fisted and doesn’t know what it is. the first hour is incredibly boring. 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