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‘Abbott Elementary’ Star Sheryl Lee Ralph On The Joy And Satisfaction She Gets From Playing A Teacher: “It Doesn’t Get Much Better Than This” - deadline.com - city Sidney
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06.06.2023 / 20:36

‘Abbott Elementary’ Star Sheryl Lee Ralph On The Joy And Satisfaction She Gets From Playing A Teacher: “It Doesn’t Get Much Better Than This”

There’s nowhere else to go but up for multi-hyphenate Sheryl Lee Ralph. During Ralph’s 46-year career, she’s been a trailblazing force. Since her debut in Sidney Poitier’s A Piece of the Action or her lauded turn in Dreamgirls on Broadway in 1981, which landed her a Tony nomination, Ralph’s been making a major impression. These days, she’s back to school on ABC’s mockumentary Abbott Elementary. Her role as the wise and wise-cracking teacher Barbara Howard earned Ralph her first Emmy win, making her the second Black woman to win for Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. She discusses the joy of playing Barbara Howard and their personal connection.

‘Transformers: Rise Of The Beast’ Review: Exciting Action Sequences, And Generic Storytelling - deadline.com
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06.06.2023 / 18:14

‘Transformers: Rise Of The Beast’ Review: Exciting Action Sequences, And Generic Storytelling

In the world of action cinema, the Transformers series has always been a cinematic spectacle to behold. Transformers: Rise of the Beast, the latest in this high-octane franchise, doesn’t stand out amongst the previous films as anything more than a cash grab. Directed by Steven Caple Jr. and written by a team that includes Joby Harold, Darnell Metayer, and Josh Peters, the film boasts a stacked cast including Anthony Ramos, Dominique Fishback, and Lauren Luna Velez, with voice acting by Michelle Yeoh, Peter Dinklage, Peter Cullen, Ron Pearlman, Coleman Domingo, Pete Davidson, Liza Koshy, MJ Rodriguez, John DiMaggio, and Cristo Fernandez.

Newly unearthed draft reveals original title and lyrics for Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ - www.nme.com - Britain - London - New York - Mongolia
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01.06.2023 / 21:17

Newly unearthed draft reveals original title and lyrics for Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

Queen‘s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ has revealed that the classic song originally had a different name and lyrics.According to one of 15 pages from early drafts for the rock opera, the famous 1975 hit penned by Freddie Mercury was shown to be titled ‘Mongolian Rhapsody’ which is crossed out on a piece of paper from the now-defunct airline, British Midland Airways.Mercury’s original drafts are currently on display in a new auction exhibition at Sotheby’s Auction House in London, Freddie Mercury: A World of His Own, which shows some of his private collection and belongings.Did you know ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ was originally titled ‘Mongolian Rhapsody’?Written entirely by Freddie Mercury, a never-before-seen early draft reveals untold insights into one of the greatest pop songs of the 20th century.Read more: https://t.co/m8t4hoE39s pic.twitter.com/hlSHvhxCOD— Sotheby's (@Sothebys) May 31, 2023Other edits were made to the song’s nearly six-minute-long famous second verse, which initially initially read, “Mama, there’s a war began, I’ve got to leave tonight.” The final version of the song’s lyrics read, “Mama, just killed a man.”According to the New York Post, the manuscript of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is estimated to be auctioned between $100,000 and $150,000,000. Some of the other items on display include the manuscripts for ‘Somebody To Love’, ‘We Are The Champions’ and ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’ which are all autographed by Mercury.Roughly 1,500 items from his London home, which had gone untouched for 30 years, including a pair of his high-top Adidas sneakers, his aviator sunglasses, a personal leather jacket and other iconic Queen items are available to view.

Oscar Predictions: Best Picture — First Projections After Cannes and What to Expect From Studio Slates - variety.com - Britain - county Davis - county Clayton - city Asteroid
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01.06.2023 / 20:45

Oscar Predictions: Best Picture — First Projections After Cannes and What to Expect From Studio Slates

Clayton Davis Senior Awards Editor Variety Awards Circuit section is the home for all awards news and related content throughout the year, featuring the following: the official predictions for the upcoming Oscars, Emmys, Grammys and Tony Awards ceremonies, curated by Variety senior awards editor Clayton Davis. The prediction pages reflect the current standings in the race and do not reflect personal preferences for any individual contender. As other formal (and informal) polls suggest, competitions are fluid and subject to change based on buzz and events. Predictions are updated every Thursday. Visit the prediction pages for the respective ceremonies via the links below:

Love Island's Tyrique shares BFF Toby Aromolaran's villa advice and link to another past Islander - www.ok.co.uk - city Essex - county Love
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01.06.2023 / 06:35

Love Island's Tyrique shares BFF Toby Aromolaran's villa advice and link to another past Islander

Love Island star Tyrique Hyde is one of ten singletons heading to the iconic ITV2 villa this summer in order to find love.The semi-professional footballer, 24, from Essex is hoping to find love in the Love Island villa this summer after previously never having a girlfriend before. Luckily for Tyrique, he's had some valuable advice ahead of his villa debut as one of his best friends is former Islander, Toby Aromolaran, who appeared on the ITV2 show in 2021. Speaking to press, including OK!, Tyrique said: "I had a conversation with Toby before I went, obviously he is my close friend.

‘Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse’ Review: An Expansive, Complex, And Colorful Web of Destiny For Miles Morales - deadline.com - city Santos - county Henry
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31.05.2023 / 13:57

‘Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse’ Review: An Expansive, Complex, And Colorful Web of Destiny For Miles Morales

Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse is a film that is as visually stunning as it is philosophical. After the first chapter of Miles Morales’ journey in 2018, (Into The Spider-Verse) directors Kemp Powers, Justin K. Thompson, and Joaquim Dos Santos bring the spectacle that is nothing short of a woven tapestry of comic book realness. With an action-packed concept, it’s a roller-coaster ride through alternate realities and timelines as the viewer is introduced to hundreds of Spider-people.

‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ Review: A Bedazzling Sequel, and the Rare Comic-Book Movie That Earns Its Convolutions - variety.com
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31.05.2023 / 13:11

‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ Review: A Bedazzling Sequel, and the Rare Comic-Book Movie That Earns Its Convolutions

Owen Gleiberman Chief Film Critic Nearly every mainstream animated feature (and just about every comic-book movie too) sets a tone and visual design that the audience plugs into; the movie, bold and shiny and clever as it may be, won’t deviate much from that. But the images in “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” have an intoxicating unpredictability. The film makes you feel like you’re dropping through the floors of a modern art museum on acid, yet there’s a thrilling moment-to-moment logic to it all. The madly eclectic images express something — an eyeball-tickling explosion of quantum physics, or a subliminal nod to some comic-book style from decades ago that’s so retro it’s new, not to mention bedazzling. This feels like it could have been the first movie designed to earn a thumbs up from Andy Warhol and Stephen Hawking.

Ali Wong Shares How ‘Beef’ Fame and Taking a Break From Stand-Up Changed Everything - variety.com - Atlanta - Canada
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30.05.2023 / 15:37

Ali Wong Shares How ‘Beef’ Fame and Taking a Break From Stand-Up Changed Everything

Ali Wong‘s heart is on the road. It’s the morning after the opening night of her 44-date stand-up tour that will take her across the U.S. and Canada, and the star-producer of “Beef” is headed to Atlanta. Dressed in black sweats, she apologizes for not having had the chance to wash her hair before our Zoom conversation; instead, she got a little “elliptical in” before heading out. “It’s nice to be back on the road, doing stand-up again,” says Wong, who previously starred in “Always Be My Maybe.” “I had taken a big break when I was filming ‘Beef.’ I think that was the longest break I’ve ever taken,” she says. Netflix’s 10-part series follows strangers Danny Cho (Steven Yeun) as a failing contractor, and Amy Lau (Wong), a successful entrepreneur. A road-rage incident instigated by Amy unravels their lives and relationships.

‘La Chimera’ Is Another Enchanting Modern Myth From Alice Rohrwacher [Cannes] - theplaylist.net - Britain - France - Italy - Germany
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27.05.2023 / 22:37

‘La Chimera’ Is Another Enchanting Modern Myth From Alice Rohrwacher [Cannes]

Alice Rohrwacher’s “La Chimera” flits between languages (English, Italian, French, German) as fluidly as it does mediums (35mm, Super16mm, and 16mm cinematography) and styles (jerkily sped up Chaplin-esque scenes, clinical CCTV footage, audacious 180-degree camera flips). Rohrwacher uses this mosaic of disparate approaches to hone in on other kinds of incongruous and unpredictable interplay: modern Italy and its ancient past, heartbreak and new love, and the real world and its spiritual mirror realm.

Donald Trump Showed Classified Docs To Mar-A-Lago Visitors -- And Practiced Hiding Them From Feds?! - perezhilton.com - USA - Florida - Washington
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26.05.2023 / 23:07

Donald Trump Showed Classified Docs To Mar-A-Lago Visitors -- And Practiced Hiding Them From Feds?!

For folks who still don’t understand what a big deal the Donald Trump document scandal is? The latest bombshell reporting is all the explanation you need!

Alice Rohrwacher’s ‘La Chimera’ Revels In Nine-Minute Standing Ovation At Triumphant Cannes Film Festival Premiere - deadline.com - France - Italy
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26.05.2023 / 17:11

Alice Rohrwacher’s ‘La Chimera’ Revels In Nine-Minute Standing Ovation At Triumphant Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Italian filmmaker Alice Rohrwacher’s La Chimera absolutely charmed the Cannes Film Festival audience at its world premiere in competition this afternoon, receiving a 9-minute standing ovation inside the Palais’ Lumière theater. For those keeping score, that ties for the longest of this year’s event with Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon which played out of competition.

‘La Chimera’ Review: Josh O’Connor is a Grave Robber Seeking More Elusive Treasure in Alice Rohrwacher’s Enchanting New Film - variety.com - Italy - county Treasure
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26.05.2023 / 16:29

‘La Chimera’ Review: Josh O’Connor is a Grave Robber Seeking More Elusive Treasure in Alice Rohrwacher’s Enchanting New Film

Guy Lodge Film Critic In “La Chimera,” the ancient past nestles mere inches below the surface of the present, eventually breaking above ground and disrupting, if not the space-time continuum, the more mundane order of things. The borders between life and death feel similarly frictious and permeable, as if we could merely visit one from the other, as easily as sleeping and waking. Arthur (Josh O’Connor), the wandering Brit at the center of Alice Rohrwacher’s marvelously supple and sinuous new film, is accustomed to such limbo states. So are admirers of Rohrwacher’s filmmaking, which, in this eccentric, romantic tale of competing grave-robbers in Central Italy, touches the transcendental without diving into the outright fabulism of 2018’s “Happy as Lazzaro.”

‘La Chimera’ Review: Josh O’Connor Digs Into Italy’s Past In Alice Rohrwacher’s Splendid And Mysterious New Drama – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - Britain - Italy
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26.05.2023 / 15:51

‘La Chimera’ Review: Josh O’Connor Digs Into Italy’s Past In Alice Rohrwacher’s Splendid And Mysterious New Drama – Cannes Film Festival

A Chimera is something one tries to achieve but alas, never manages to find. It is the heart and soul of a quest in life, in different ways, for the cast of characters in writer/director Alice Rohrwacher’s beautiful new film La Chimera premiering today as one of the last entries in competition at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival. It also happens to be one of the best.

Director Alice Rohrwacher On Gatecrashing The Cannes Boys’ Club And The Childhood Memories That Influenced Her Competition Entry ‘La Chimera’ - deadline.com - Britain - Brazil - Italy
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26.05.2023 / 15:13

Director Alice Rohrwacher On Gatecrashing The Cannes Boys’ Club And The Childhood Memories That Influenced Her Competition Entry ‘La Chimera’

In less than 10 years, Alice Rohrwacher has carved out a formidable reputation for herself, notably by gatecrashing the boys’ club that is traditionally the Cannes competition, and the fact that she did so in 2014 with only her second film, The Wonders, is further proof of a distinctive talent. One competition slot doesn’t guarantee another, yet Rohrwacher was back in 2018 with the follow-up, Happy as Lazzaro. Both films won prizes — Grand Prix and Best Screenplay, respectively — which means that expectations are high for the Oscar-nominated 41-year-old Italian, whose new film, La chimera, makes it three in a row.

‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ Reunion Trailer: Teresa Storms Off Set – and Receives a Call From Her Ex? (Video) - thewrap.com - New Jersey - county Garden
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24.05.2023 / 02:25

‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ Reunion Trailer: Teresa Storms Off Set – and Receives a Call From Her Ex? (Video)

“Reunion Part 1” airs Tuesday, May 30 at 8pm ET/PTAfter a tumultuous season, the ladies of the Garden State reunite for an epic showdown. Dolores dives deeper into her relationship with Paul.

Eric Andre Made “Zero Dollars” From ‘Bad Trip’ Because It Was Sold To Netflix - theplaylist.net
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23.05.2023 / 19:15

Eric Andre Made “Zero Dollars” From ‘Bad Trip’ Because It Was Sold To Netflix

The films released in 2020 and 2021 exist in this weird bubble, thanks to COVID. The ones that were released in theaters didn’t get seen by a lot of people.

Alice Rohrwacher on Casting ‘The Crown’ Star Josh O’Connor as a British Archeologist Who Helps Steal Etruscan Artifacts in ‘La Chimera’ – Watch Trailer (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Britain - Brazil - Italy
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22.05.2023 / 19:13

Alice Rohrwacher on Casting ‘The Crown’ Star Josh O’Connor as a British Archeologist Who Helps Steal Etruscan Artifacts in ‘La Chimera’ – Watch Trailer (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Alice Rohrwacher is in the Cannes competition for the third time with “La Chimera,” in which “The Crown” star Josh O’Connor plays a young British archeologist named Arthur who gets involved in an international network of stolen Etruscan artifacts during the 1980s. For Rohrwacher, the film is connected to growing up in Umbria, once the center of the Etruscan civilization. But it’s also the final piece of a triptych on a territory that she started with her previous Cannes entries: “The Wonders” and “Happy as Lazzaro.” Three works that, as she has put it, pose a central question: “What to do with the past?”  

Rhino Launches Audiophile Vinyl Series With Albums by the Cars and John Coltrane, Cut From Analog Tapes by Kevin Gray - variety.com
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19.05.2023 / 13:39

Rhino Launches Audiophile Vinyl Series With Albums by the Cars and John Coltrane, Cut From Analog Tapes by Kevin Gray

Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic Rhino Records is launching a quarterly series of limited-edition vinyl releases intended to appeal to LP-loving audiophiles, with records that are cut directly from analog sources by one of the most revered names in the mastering business, Kevin Gray. The first two releases in the Rhino High Fidelity series, both out today, are the Cars’ self-titled debut album from 1978 and John Coltrane’s 1964 album “Coltrane’s Sound.” It won’t be a high-volume series: The releases will be limited to 5,000 numbered copies, with only two new titles issued per quarter. Each catalog album will have lacquers cut by Gray from the original analog tapes, pressed on 180-gram vinyl, with glossy, fold-out, “tip-on” jackets in the old-school style and supplemental printed inserts with modern essays or interviews.

Ant and Dec announce break from Saturday Night Takeaway after 20 series to 'catch breath' - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
18.05.2023 / 17:45

Ant and Dec announce break from Saturday Night Takeaway after 20 series to 'catch breath'

Ant and Dec have announced that they are taking a break from their popular prime time ITV show Saturday Night Takeaway after 20 series.The Geordie duo, comprising of Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, both 47, said that they wanted to "catch our breath" whilst putting the multi-Bafta-award-winning show on "pause". Ant said: "We love making Saturday Night Takeaway, but reaching the milestone of 20 series seemed like the perfect time to pause for a little while and catch our breath." Dec added: "We still have a momentous 20th series to look forward to first so we will do our best to go out (for now) with a bang in 2024!" The new series will go ahead in 2024, but after that, the longtime TV presenters will step away to focus on other projects.

‘Scarlet’ Trailer: Lyrical Interwar Fable From Pietro Marcello Sails Into Theaters This Summer - theplaylist.net
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16.05.2023 / 20:19

‘Scarlet’ Trailer: Lyrical Interwar Fable From Pietro Marcello Sails Into Theaters This Summer

“No one believes in magic anymore:” In the devastating aftermath of World War I, veteran Raphaël (Raphaël Thiéry) returns home and discovers that not only has he been widowed, but he is the father to an infant girl, Juliette (Juliette Jouan). In the years that follow, Juliette is raised by her father in rural Normandy, growing into a lonely young girl who seeks refuge in her passion for singing.

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