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Cristiano Ronaldo - Gary Neville - Fabrizio Romano - Marko Arnautovic - Frenkie De-Jong - Man Utd's window goes from bad to worse as Benjamin Sesko 'closes in' on Leipzig move - - Italy - Manchester - Austria - Germany - city Stoke
Man Utd's window goes from bad to worse as Benjamin Sesko 'closes in' on Leipzig move
Manchester United target Benjamin Sesko is closing in on a move to RB Leipzig next summer as Erik ten Hag's transfer plans are dealt yet another blow.According to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, the 19-year-old Slovenian - who has also been linked with Chelsea and Newcastle this summer - will stay at Red Bull Salzburg this season before joining their sister club in the Bundesliga in 12 months time.United have been tracking the striker for weeks and were considering a formal approach with Cristiano Ronaldo's future still up in the air, though it appears they've now missed their shot, especially with reports of a move for former West Ham and Stoke City forward Marko Arnautovic in the pipelines.READ MORE: Marko Arnautovic's agent brother hints he is trying to get Man Utd transfer doneLeipzig have a history of pinching Salzburg's players with the likes of Naby Keita, Dominik Szoboszlai and Dayot Upamecano all moving up the Red Bull food chain by switching Austria for Germany on their way to the top.Sesko joins Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong and Ajax forward Anthony on the list of players to have slipped through United's grasp this summer, leaving the club gagging for a little reinvigoration, especially in light of their opening day defeat to Brighton on Sunday, after which Ten Hag admitted he was "totally not satisfied" with the state of his squad.In a damning indictment, former Red Devils defender Gary Neville slammed the club's torrid transfer strategy in recent seasons, insisting that United's troubles are largely self-inflicted.MAN UTD FANS - Which striker would you love to see the club sign? Let us know in the comments section below."The first thing you do when the phone rings from Manchester United is reject
Hot Seller Locarno Title ‘Medusa Deluxe’ Closes More Deals for New Europe Film Sales (EXCLUSIVE) - - Spain - France - USA - Italy - Ireland - India - Austria - Germany - Switzerland - Turkey - city Warsaw
Hot Seller Locarno Title ‘Medusa Deluxe’ Closes More Deals for New Europe Film Sales (EXCLUSIVE)
Marta Balaga Tom Hardiman’s feature debut “Medusa Deluxe,” which premiered at Locarno on Saturday, has already seduced multiple international distributors with its mixture of humor, grief and competitive hairdressing.Now Warsaw-based New Europe Film Sales has sealed further deals for the unusual murder mystery in Spain (Elastica Films), Benelux (Filmfreak), Scandinavia and the Baltics (NonStop Entertainment), Variety has learnt in exclusivity.As previously reported, A24 has acquired North American rights to the film, produced by Emu Films with the support of BFI, BBC Films, and Time Based Arts.MUBI holds the rights to U.K./Ireland, France, Latin America, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Turkey, India and Southeast Asia. “The buyers are excited about ‘Medusa Deluxe’ because it’s a quirky, original piece of cinema which can appeal to younger audiences, especially since A24 and MUBI will lead the way on global marketing,” said New Europe Film Sales CEO, Jan Naszewski.Hardiman, a self-confessed hairdressing aficionado, has joined forces with celebrity hairstylist Eugene Souleiman in order to show a community struggling with tragic loss yet still striving for perfection.“There is this cathartic moment at one point, two people genuinely caring about each other, and you have this hairstyle with a boat on the top.
Meghan Markle - Marie Antoinette - Royal with surprising 'hidden' acting career on Netflix set to appear in new BBC Drama - - Britain - France - Austria - Luxembourg - county Charles - Netflix
Royal with surprising 'hidden' acting career on Netflix set to appear in new BBC Drama
BBC drama - but did you know that he is a member of a real life royal family?Louis, 24, who made his acting debut in the hit Netflix series as Lord Corning, is actually the grandson of the late Prince Charles of Luxembourg.He charmed viewers after bursting onto our screens in Bridgerton in 2021, with his only previous credited acting role as Rob in the music video for Crossfire.READ NEXT: Meghan Markle 'wanted BBC Strictly gig but didn't get the job', claims Tom BowerHowever, he is now set to become another royal as he takes up a leading role in upcoming drama series Marie Antoinette.The up-and-coming actor, and real-life royal, will play Louis XVI in the eight-part series, which has been created and written by Deborah Davis.It will tell the story of famous queen Marie Antoinette, who was only 14 years old when she left Austria to marry the Dauphin of France.The part of Marie Antoinette is due to be played by Emilia Schule, alongside a star-studded cast including Oscar Lesage, Jasmine Blackborow and Jack Archer.Ahead of the launch of the new series, Sue Deeks, Head of Programme Acquisition at the BBC, told Daily Mail: "Marie Antoinette possesses an enduring fascination and Deborah Davis has a very singular vision for her story."We are truly delighted to be bringing this ambitious project to BBC Two and iPlayer."Chris Stewart of SVP Sales, UK & Eire at Banijay Rights, also added: "Marie Antoinette is an extraordinary fresh new take on one of France’s most iconic - and controversial - figures, filled with stunning scenery, fine performances and epic costumes."He added: "Following on from the success of Versailles on BBC Two, we are excited to again bring the extravagance and excitement of French court life to UK
Mariko Minoguchi, Mo Harawe, Mo Scarpelli Bring New Projects to Locarno’s Alliance 4 Development - - France - Italy - Austria - Germany - Switzerland
Mariko Minoguchi, Mo Harawe, Mo Scarpelli Bring New Projects to Locarno’s Alliance 4 Development
Marta Balaga Alliance 4 Development, a co-development initiative for film projects from Austria, France, Germany, Italy and Switzerland hosted by Locarno Pro, has revealed 11 titles selected for its 7th edition.The majority of the projects will be directed by women, from Giorgia Wurth’s “Allegra” about a late-life sexual awakening to Malina Mackiewicz’s “Bottom of the Ocean Electric Fish” and Mariko Minoguchi’s upcoming “Element.” The latter will address some environmental fears as a team of scientists tries to ensure that Earth’s water supply won’t suddenly disappear.Minoguchi, who previously co-wrote the script to Tim Fehlbaum’s “The Colony,” is hoping to develop a German science fiction film that “doesn’t shy away from big emotions or images,” she stated, “that makes you think and reflect and, above all, is a moving and impressive cinematic experience.” Big emotions will also fuel Manon Coubia’s “Songs of the Fallen Mountains,” with old lovers reunited on a mythical mountain, and Stéphane Riethauser’s “Orpheus” about a relationship between a young dancer and his choreographer.“‘There is no love; there are only proofs of love.’ These words by Jean Cocteau will guide me to direct my first fiction feature,” he promised, calling it “a film beyond labels, barriers and genres. A film that reminds us that freedom to love is the most precious thing we have.