Top 5 Hollywood news today: 'No Time To Die' India release date revealed, Tarantino becomes a dad

WION Web Team New Delhi Feb 24, 2020, 07.32 PM(IST)

Daniel Craig in a still from 'No Time To Die' and file image of Quentin Tarantino Photograph:( Twitter )

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From Tarantino becoming a dad to Rihanna, Lizzo winning top honours at 51st NAACP Images awards -here are the top news from Hollywood today. 

James Bond's 25th film 'No Time To India' will have an early date with Indian fans this April. Daniel Craig's film will release in India before it hits US theatres. 

Meanwhile, Rihanna, Lupita Nyong'o, Lizzo won top honours at 51st NAACP Images Awards where NBA legend Kobe Bryant was also honoured. 

Here are the top stories from Hollywood today. 

NAACP Image Awards 2020: Rihanna, Lupita, Lizzo win top prizes

It was a starry awards night at the 51st NAACP Images Awards. The evening saw the biggest stars from film, television, music and literature being recognised for their contributions to the respective industries.  The ceremony was hosted by six-time awards winner Anthony Anderson for received his sixth win for Black-ish.

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No Time To Die: Here's when James Bond film will release in India

The film ‘No Time To Die’ will hit the big screen in India on a new date, that is, April 2. Earlier, the James Bond film was supposed to release on April 3 in India. The film will, however, release worldwide on April 10, 2020. 

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Oscar-nominated director Quentin Tarantino, wife Daniella become parents to baby boy

Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino and his wife Daniella Pick have become parents to a baby boy. A representative of the star couple shared the news in a statement to Page Six. The statement read, "Daniella and Quentin Tarantino are happy to announce the birth of their first child. A baby boy born February 22.”

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Pink Floyd co-founder joins Assange supporters in London protest march

Hundreds of people including Roger Waters, co-founder of the Pink Floyd rock group, and designer Vivienne Westwood, marched through central London on Saturday demanding that jailed Wikileaks founder Julian Assange be released.

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Jury in Weinstein case to keep deliberating after deadlock on most serious charges

Jurors in the sexual assault trial of former movie producer Harvey Weinstein is expected to begin their fifth day of deliberations on Monday, after suggesting last week they were deadlocked on the most serious charges in the case.

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