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    2017-July-31  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Elizabeth Smart movie

ELIZABETH SMART said it required years for her to participate in a movie about her kidnapping ordeal.

Smart said Friday that she couldn’t have done so immediately after her abduction from her Salt Lake City home in 2002 at age 14. She was rescued nine months later, and said Friday she was eager to “run away” from the experience.

“I Am Elizabeth Smart” debuts Nov. 18 on Lifetime, preceded by a two-part documentary Nov. 12 and 13 that Lifetime said will include new information on the case and detail Smart’s life today. Brian David Mitchell, a Utah street preacher, was convicted of kidnapping and raping Smart and sentenced to life in prison.

Fire

FLAMES took over the Tomorrowland Unite stage Saturday night at Parc de Can Zam in Barcelona, leading festival organizers to evacuate 22,000 people in attendance.

The fire was caused by a “technical malfunction,” according to a statement released by Tomorrowland. As of press time, no injuries have been reported. The electronic dance music festival scheduled “Unite with Tomorrowland” events in eight countries this year, with the main event held in Boom, Belgium. The past weekend is the second weekend of the 2017 festival.

‘Dietland’

AMC says it’s green-lighted a new series, “Dietland,” based on the darkly satiric novel about a weight-obsessed society.

The show’s creator is Marti Noxon, whose credits include “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce” and “UnReal.”

AMC said the show based on Sarai Walker’s novel will explore the emphasis on weight and beauty in a “bold, original and funny way.” The main character of the 2015 novel “Dietland” is a 300-pound woman, Plum, who becomes involved with an underground group of radical women.

(SD-Agencies)

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