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Zayn Malik Talks Embarking on His First Solo Tour & His Goal to Create Authentic Art - www.justjared.com
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23.05.2024 / 18:23

Zayn Malik Talks Embarking on His First Solo Tour & His Goal to Create Authentic Art

Zayn Malik teased plans for his first-ever solo tour and talked about his creative process in a new interview.

Post Malone Scores Second No. 1 Single of the Year With His and Morgan Wallen’s ‘I Had Some Help’ - variety.com - USA - Texas - Alabama - county Benson - city Boone, county Benson
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20.05.2024 / 20:27

Post Malone Scores Second No. 1 Single of the Year With His and Morgan Wallen’s ‘I Had Some Help’

Thania Garcia Post Malone is on a winning streak. The American rapper and singer earns his second No. 1 single of the year with his and Morgan Wallen‘s duet “I Had Some Help” debuting atop the latest Billboard Hot 100 chart.

‘Limonov. The Ballad’: Ben Whishaw Channels The Controversial Punk Russian Poet [Cannes] - theplaylist.net - Paris - New York - Russia - Soviet Union
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19.05.2024 / 19:13

‘Limonov. The Ballad’: Ben Whishaw Channels The Controversial Punk Russian Poet [Cannes]

CANNES – Eduard Limonov was a complicated man. He was a poet, a novelist, and a political activist, At one point a Russian dissident who lived in New York and Paris, he returned to his homeland to lead a fascist party that supported a return to an ideology closer to that of the former Soviet Union.

‘Limonov: The Ballad’ Review: Ben Whishaw Is The Slippery Star Of Kirill Serebrennikov’s Exhilarating Punk-Poet Biopic – Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - France - Russia - county Todd - city Moscow
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19.05.2024 / 16:19

‘Limonov: The Ballad’ Review: Ben Whishaw Is The Slippery Star Of Kirill Serebrennikov’s Exhilarating Punk-Poet Biopic – Cannes Film Festival

In the Moscow Times’ obituary for Eduard Limonov, who died four years ago aged 77, writer Mark Galeotti summed up the poet-turned-politician in two simple sentences: “Was Limonov a visionary or a poser, an artist or a politician, a leftist or a rightist? The answer to all of them is, of course, yes.” This is key to understanding Kirill Serebrennikov’s latest movie, a boundary-blasting biopic that simply drips with punk-rock energy, revealing everything and nothing about a slippery character whose modus operandi was reinvention from the get-go and for whom consistency really was the hobgoblin of small minds.

‘Limonov: The Ballad’ Review: Ben Whishaw Stars in a Portrait of a Radical That Is All Swagger and No Game - variety.com - Britain - Russia - city Moscow
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19.05.2024 / 15:03

‘Limonov: The Ballad’ Review: Ben Whishaw Stars in a Portrait of a Radical That Is All Swagger and No Game

Jessica Kiang That the name Limonov is pronounced Lee-MWAH-nov is one of two main things that Kirill Serebrennikov‘s “Limonov: The Ballad” teaches us about Eduard Limonov, the Russian radical, poet, dissident, emigré, returnee, detainee, bête noire and cause célèbre who in 1993 co-founded the ultra-nationalist National Bolshevik Party. The second is that, as imagined in this adaptation of Emmanuel Carrère’s 2015 fictionalized biography, for all the shifting identities and attitudes he assumed over the course of his controversial life, his persona as an aggravatingly self-aggrandizing solipsist never wavered.

Kirill Serebrennikov on Directing Ben Whishaw as a Russian Punk Poet ‘Who Wanted to Start a War Against the Entire World’ in ‘Limonov: The Ballad’ - variety.com - Paris - New York - New York - Manhattan - Ukraine - Russia - Soviet Union - city Moscow
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19.05.2024 / 12:17

Kirill Serebrennikov on Directing Ben Whishaw as a Russian Punk Poet ‘Who Wanted to Start a War Against the Entire World’ in ‘Limonov: The Ballad’

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Russian auteur Kirill Serebrennikov (“Leto,” “Petrov’s Flu,” “Tchaikovsky’s Wife”) is back in the Cannes competition with “Limonov,” an epic about Russian punk poet Eduard Limonov that the director describes as “probably the most complicated project in my life.” Based on the best-selling book by Emmanuelle Carrere, “Limonov” delves into the story of its titular character who lived many lives. He was an underground writer in the Soviet Union who escaped to the U.S. where he became a punk-poet and also a butler to a millionaire in Manhattan.

Swiss Films, Visions du Réel Give Voice to the Discriminated at First Cannes Docs Swiss Showcase - variety.com - Switzerland
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19.05.2024 / 12:17

Swiss Films, Visions du Réel Give Voice to the Discriminated at First Cannes Docs Swiss Showcase

Annika Pham According to the European Audiovisual Observatory, Switzerland is ranked third in Europe for its yearly output of documentaries, with more than 70 titles in 2023. On May 19, it will unveil four of its most promising features at the Swiss Cannes Docs Showcase. The event is jointly organized by the national promotional agency Swiss Films, Visions du Réel —the country’s sole non-fiction film festival—and Cannes Docs.

Paolo Sorrentino on Making His First ‘Feminine Epic’ With Cannes Film ‘Parthenope’ and Directing Gary Oldman: He’s ‘One of the Top Five Actors in the World’ (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Italy - Rome - city Naples
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19.05.2024 / 12:17

Paolo Sorrentino on Making His First ‘Feminine Epic’ With Cannes Film ‘Parthenope’ and Directing Gary Oldman: He’s ‘One of the Top Five Actors in the World’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Paolo Sorrentino is back in Cannes for the seventh time with “Parthenope,” a love letter to his native Naples but also, as he puts it, a film about his “missed youth” that comes as a natural follow-up to his autobiographical “The Hand of God.” Perhaps more significantly, “Parthenope” – an epic spanning several decades – is Sorrentino’s first female-centric film. Why? “In thinking of a modern hero, it came naturally to me that it would be a heroine, not a man,” he tells Variety. Let’s start with the film’s titular protagonist, Parthenope. Of course, Neapolitans in Italy are also known as “Parthenopeans.” My impression is that, after returning from Rome to Naples to make “The Hand of God,’ your native city drew you further back into its fold. It’s a bit more complex, actually, not necessarily just linked to Naples.

Harlen Coben Reveals Why His Leading Character Myron Bolitar Hasn’t Appeared In Netflix Shows - deadline.com
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19.05.2024 / 10:05

Harlen Coben Reveals Why His Leading Character Myron Bolitar Hasn’t Appeared In Netflix Shows

Harlen Coben is one of the world’s most successful crime writers, and now one of the most successful TV producers, but he has revealed why his most enduring character has never been portrayed on television.

Somali Director Mo Harawe Talks History-Making Cannes Title ‘The Village Next To Paradise’: “For 70% Of The Crew, It Was First Time On A Film Set” - deadline.com - Austria - Somalia - city Mogadishu
deadline.com
19.05.2024 / 10:05

Somali Director Mo Harawe Talks History-Making Cannes Title ‘The Village Next To Paradise’: “For 70% Of The Crew, It Was First Time On A Film Set”

Mo Harawe makes history this Cannes with debut feature The Village Next To Paradise which is world premiering in Un Certain Regard as the first Somalian title to make it into Official Selection across the festival’s 77 editions.

Somali Filmmaker Mo Harawe Makes History in Cannes With Intimate Family Drama ‘The Village Next to Paradise’ - variety.com - France - Austria - Germany - Somalia - city Mogadishu
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19.05.2024 / 05:59

Somali Filmmaker Mo Harawe Makes History in Cannes With Intimate Family Drama ‘The Village Next to Paradise’

Christopher Vourlias After making waves on the festival circuit with a pair of heralded short films, Somali filmmaker Mo Harawe makes his auspicious feature debut at this year’s Cannes Film Festival with “The Village Next to Paradise,” which premieres May 21 in the French fest’s Un Certain Regard section — the first feature from the African nation ever to screen on the Croisette. An intimate family drama set in a windswept Somali fishing village, “Paradise” follows Mamargade (Ahmed Ali Farah), a single father working odd jobs to provide a better life for his son, Cigaal (Ahmed Mohamud Saleban). They’re joined by his sister, Araweelo (Anab Ahmed Ibrahim), who comes back to live with the duo after her divorce.

Travis Kelce Opens Up About His First Few Days Filming 'Grotesquerie' With Ryan Murphy - www.justjared.com - Kansas City
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16.05.2024 / 04:11

Travis Kelce Opens Up About His First Few Days Filming 'Grotesquerie' With Ryan Murphy

Travis Kelce is opening up about his earliest days on the set of his first big acting gig.

King Charles unveils his first official portrait since coronation – as painting's hidden meaning is revealed - www.ok.co.uk - Britain
ok.co.uk
14.05.2024 / 18:29

King Charles unveils his first official portrait since coronation – as painting's hidden meaning is revealed

The King has revealed the first official portrait of himself since the coronation, which includes one key detail Charles wanted to be added.The portrait, by British artist Jonathan Yeo, had been commissioned in 2020 to celebrate the then Prince of Wales’s 50 years as a member of the philanthropic institution The Drapers’ Company in 2022. On Tuesday 14 May, the portrait was unveiled at Buckingham Palace and shows the monarch wearing the uniform of the Welsh Guards, of which he was made Regimental Colonel in 1975.The noticeable red theme was inspired by the uniform of the Welsh Guards, with the shade seen splashed over much of the portrait.There is also one special detail picked out by Charles himself - a butterfly hovering over the King’s shoulder in the portrait.

Inside Element Pictures: How the Irish Production Company Became a European Powerhouse, Yorgos Lanthimos Whisperer and Cannes Triple Threat - variety.com - Ireland - Dublin - Greece
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14.05.2024 / 11:43

Inside Element Pictures: How the Irish Production Company Became a European Powerhouse, Yorgos Lanthimos Whisperer and Cannes Triple Threat

Alex Ritman Getting a feature into Cannes’ official selection is among the pinnacles of filmmaking achievements for most production companies. Ireland’s Element Pictures clearly isn’t most production companies — this year, it has three.

Amazon and JBL products among those recalled this week - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
11.05.2024 / 08:17

Amazon and JBL products among those recalled this week

The Office for Product Safety and Standards has issued recalls of cosmetic items, clothing and electrical appliances this week

Glen Powell, Anthony Mackie & Laura Dern Set For John Lee Hancock’s ‘Monsanto’ – Cannes - deadline.com - county Lee - county Benson - county Powell - county Hancock
deadline.com
08.05.2024 / 19:33

Glen Powell, Anthony Mackie & Laura Dern Set For John Lee Hancock’s ‘Monsanto’ – Cannes

Rocket Science and CAA Media Finance are launching foreign sales out of Cannes for the John Lee Hancock directed Monsanto starring Glen Powell, Anthony Mackie and Oscar winner Laura Dern.

Vin Diesel tributes his ‘first crush’ Rita Moreno in New York ceremony - us.hola.com - New York - Hollywood - New York - Puerto Rico
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08.05.2024 / 18:59

Vin Diesel tributes his ‘first crush’ Rita Moreno in New York ceremony

Vin Diesel is tributing Rita Moreno, his co-star, first crush, and an overall Hollywood icon. Moreno was honored at the WNET Group’s 2024 gala, hosted this Tuesday in New York, where Diesel took the stage and shared how important Moreno has been for all New York City artists, especially those who don’t fit the mold.

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