Does Bobby die in EastEnders?

Bobby Beale’s (Clay Milner Russell) life is hanging in the balance tonight after he collapses in a club full of people in EastEnders.

The teen heads along to the club night in Walford East in an attempt to woo his crush, Dotty (Milly Zero), who he spots handing out leaflets for the night.

However, he doesn’t manage to score much success, and not only does Dotty refuse to sell him laughing gas, he’s then beaten by his brother Peter (Dayle Hudson to buying her a drink.

Upset, but undeterred, the teen ends up buying laughing gas elsewhere but takes a bad reaction and collapses on the ground

Will he be okay?

Does Bobby die in EastEnders?

It is unclear whether or not Bobby will pull through the incident, although neither the show-makers or actor Clay have given any indication he plans to leave the soap.

Speaking about the laughing gas, Milly told ‘Nothing ever things go right for Bobby – he is recovering from a brain injury and he has told her that the last time he took drugs he ended up on the railway tracks so she tells him he is too young.

‘When he collapses, she is shocked because she made a point of not selling it to him.

‘She does genuinely have feelings for Bobby as a friend and she feels terrible when he collapses. He makes her laugh and he is funny but if it did come down to it, she would choose to be with Peter, she doesn’t want to miss out on that!’

It’s not the teenager’s first brush with death after he was left to die following an Islamophobic attack in February.

Can he pull through again?

EastEnders continues tonight at 7:30pm on BBC One.

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Neon Promotes Elissa Federoff To President Of Distribution, Christina Zisa To President Of Publicity

Neon has promoted Elissa Federoff to President of Distribution and Christina Zisa to President of Publicity.

Both Federoff and Zisa have been with Neon since its inception in January 2017.

The news comes in the wake of the distributor’s awesome success with Bong Joon Ho’s Parasite which has grossed over $54M at the domestic B.O. and becoming a tour de force at the Oscars with a Best Picture win, the first ever for a foreign language title. Deadline in its box office tournament yesterday reported that Parasite, which was financed and released in the rest of the globe by CJ Entertainment, turned in a net profit of $46.2M.

“Elissa Federoff and Christina Zisa have been the cornerstone to Neon ’s success since we launched. In a very short time, they’ve broken multiple Box Office records as well as changed the history of the Academy Awards forever.  Personally and professionally they embody all the things that make Neon a unique and special place for filmmakers and films to thrive.  Cinema’s future looks bright with these caretakers at the helm, and I can’t wait to see what they accomplish next,” said Neon CEO and Founder Tom Quinn.

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Federoff, previously EVP Theatrical Distribution, has been overseeing Neon ‘s release strategy across all its titles, positioning the distrib as a motin picture supplier to commercial chains and art circuits. She has also been key in ramping up NEON’s direct-to-consumer capabilities with virtual cinema.  Federoff previously worked at The Orchard, boutique label Radius, Oscilloscope Laboratories and Lionsgate.

Zisa, previously EVP Publicity, created and implemented all awards, events and publicity campaigns for the Neon slate including ParasiteHoneyland, and I Tonya, her campaigns garnering 13 Oscar nominations, 7 Academy Awards, including the historic SAG Ensemble and Best Picture wins for Parasite.  Zisa previously worked with Quinn at boutique label Radius.

In just three years, Neon has collected 12 Oscar noms, 5 wins, including Best Picture, and already grossed over $150M at the box office with films such as: Todd Douglas Miller’s Apollo 11, the highest-grossing documentary of last year; Tim Wardle’s Three Identical Strangers, winner of the Sundance Special Jury Award for Storytelling which surpassed $13M at the box office; and Craig Gillespie’s I, Tonya, which notched multiple Academy Award nominations, one win for Allison Janney and amassed over $30M at the domestic B.O.

On May 8, Neon will launch Matt Wolf’s highly acclaimed Sundance documentary Spaceship Earth across traditional and non-traditional venues, as a way to address current COVID-19 limitations.

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