There's Five, who is a 58-year-old man trapped in a 15-year-old's body, Klaus, who can hardly get through the day with out saying something to annoy one of his siblings, to various other moments of comedy gold. … [Read more...] about The 30 best comedies to watch on Netflix right now
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She is attached to headline and Executive Produce the limited series, A Spark Of Light, by Sony Pictures TV based on the bestselling book by Jodi Piccoult. She will also produce and star in The In Between, written by Marc Klein, for Paramount Players. … [Read more...] about ‘The Kissing Booth’ Star Joey King Turns Assassin Opposite Brad Pitt in Sony’s ‘Bullet Train’
My mixed-race daughter, who has my Japanese and white ancestry, is Black. Her father, my husband, was born in Jamaica, raised in Flatbush, Brooklyn, where he was slammed on the hoods of police cars by cops when he was a kid playing tag with his friends in the streets. He was harassed so often for “fitting the description of a suspect” that his mom, fed up after the last time she sent him out for milk and police stopped him, filled out a scholarship application for a boarding school in Connecticut. When he was accepted, she sent him away at 14. “I didn’t want anyone to take him away from me at that age,” she told me. “Man, those policemen were a pain in my neck, you hear me?” … [Read more...] about Daughters of the bomb: my reckoning with Hiroshima, 75 years later
On winding back the clocks and transforming living rooms into cinema halls, Mr. Hiren Gada, CEO, Shemaroo Entertainment Limited says, “We are extremely delighted to bring some really vibrant and distinctive films for audiences through ShemarooMe Box Office, a platform that showcases unreleased movies. Amid the nationwide lockdown, the simple joy of going to the theatre with friends and family has been put on hold. As a company that has revolutionized the experience of entertainment in India, it was hence our onus to provide a platform to movie enthusiasts by premiering unreleased movies and re-creating the theatre viewing experience for our audiences. With a handpicked and exciting mix of Bollywood and Regional movies, ShemarooMe Box Office brings the magic of cinema to millions of viewers across the country.” … [Read more...] about The tadka of big screen now at the comfort of your home! ShemarooMe launches ‘Box Office’.
He grew up in Rajahmundry and pursued B.Tech in Srikakulam. While commuting to college using public transport, he observed a few people and got to know their life stories, which inspired some of the film’s characters. A few other incidents and stories were shared by his friends. He fictionalised and dramatised the events for Johaar. … [Read more...] about ‘Johaar’ to explore the politics of a statue
The pandemic, though, means that no one can retreat into the comfort of the status quo. Nothing works as it did in January; nearly everything we do has had to change. That gives companies of all sizes the opportunity to realize all the potential productivity gains they’ve been stockpiling but not taking full advantage of. Companies like Alibaba and Google are expanding the use of drones to make the ultimate in contactless deliveries. Nike is producing online exercise classes to boost demand for its workout gear. In less than a week, Sysco, the big food-distribution firm, built an entirely new supply chain and billing system to serve grocery stores. … [Read more...] about The 5 ways founding a startup prepared me for the pandemic
It's a rather clever feature. Jin is an unrelenting force of nature in Ghost of Tsushima, abandoning his identity to embrace the symbolic power of the Ghost in order to defeat the Mongols via means that lack honor. At the start of the game, you'll likely defeat most enemies with the tools of the samurai as they'll be all you have access to. But as encounters increase in difficulty and you unlock new Ghost skills, the game naturally encourages you to adopt a more stealth-focused approach. … [Read more...] about Ghost Of Tsushima Will Spring Up More Storms If You’re Playing Stealthily