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Brad Pitt joins reunites with Margot Robbie for whimsical new film
Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie!MORE: Brad Pitt accused of assault in yet another court battle with former partner Angelina Jolie - all we knowThe stars are starring side by side in a new Damien Chazelle film titled Babylon, and the first glimpse into the epic story is truly show stopping.Set to be released this upcoming December, the movie features Brad and Margot alongside Olivia Wilde, Tobey Maguire, Jean Smart, Samara Weaving, and Max Minghella.WATCH: Brad admits he cries at The Great Pottery ThrowdownMORE: Angelina Jolie's daughter's dorm room at college revealed - see photosThe exciting first look at the drama was revealed on Vanity Fair, and Damien, who is credited as both the director and writer, admitted that he has been mulling over the story that he is depicting ever since he moved to Los Angeles over a decade ago.He explained: "The basic idea was just to do a big, epic, multi character movie, set in these early days of Los Angeles and Hollywood, when both of these things were coming into what we now think of them as."The plot of the movie reads: "Set in Hollywood during the transition from silent films to talkies, focusing on a mixture of historical & fictional characters."A post shared by Vanity Fair (@vanityfair)The first look alone is amazing alreadyBrad stars as Jack Conrad, "a hard-partying 'über-movie star,' inspired by the likes of John Gilbert, Clark Gable, and Douglas Fairbanks." The director detailed that it captures him at a point in his career where he is looking back at it and "starting to wonder what's ahead," a feeling which the actor behind the role expressed he too was starting to feel during a recent feature in GQ.MORE: Brad Pitt looks identical to daughter Shiloh in must-see school
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Star Trek legend Nichelle Nichols who died last month set to have her ashes blasted into deep space
Late Star Trek legend Nichelle Nichols will reach the final frontier. Ashes and DNA from the iconic actress - who passed away aged 89 of natural causes last month - will be flown into space in a special 'Enterprise mission' according to space and astronomy news site Universe Today on Thursday. Nichelle's - who played the trailblazing role of Lieutenant Uhura - 'symbolic samples' are scheduled to fly 'beyond the moon' as it will 'reach the final frontier as early as this year' according to the publication. Fitting tribute: Ashes and DNA from Star Trek actress Nichelle Nichols - who passed away aged 89 of natural causes last month - will be flown into space according to space and astronomy news site Universe Today on Thursday, she is pictured in August 2008She will not be alone on the mission as ashes and DNA from other departed Star Trek pioneers will join her including James Doohan (Scotty), Majel Barrett Roddenberry (Nurse Chapel), the TV series creator Gene Roddenberry, and visual-effects wiz Douglas Trumbull. United Launch Alliance's Vulcan Centaur mission is set to deliver a robotic lunar lander no earlier than December in order to scout for NASA's future Artemis flights to the moon and will deliver the ashes and DNA samples deeper into the solar system after.
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Star Trek legend Nichelle Nichols who died last month set to have her ashes blasted into deep space
Late Star Trek legend Nichelle Nichols will reach the final frontier. Ashes and DNA from the iconic actress - who passed away aged 89 of natural causes last month - will be flown into space in a special 'Enterprise mission' according to space and astronomy news site Universe Today on Thursday. Nichelle's - who played the trailblazing role of Lieutenant Uhura - 'symbolic samples' are scheduled to fly 'beyond the moon' as it will 'reach the final frontier as early as this year' according to the publication. Fitting tribute: Ashes and DNA from Star Trek actress Nichelle Nichols - who passed away aged 89 of natural causes last month - will be flown into space according to space and astronomy news site Universe Today on Thursday, she is pictured in August 2008She will not be alone on the mission as ashes and DNA from other departed Star Trek pioneers will join her including James Doohan (Scotty), Majel Barrett Roddenberry (Nurse Chapel), the TV series creator Gene Roddenberry, and visual-effects wiz Douglas Trumbull. United Launch Alliance's Vulcan Centaur mission is set to deliver a robotic lunar lander no earlier than December in order to scout for NASA's future Artemis flights to the moon and will deliver the ashes and DNA samples deeper into the solar system after.
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Star Trek legend Nichelle Nichols who died last month set to have her ashes blasted into deep space
Late Star Trek legend Nichelle Nichols will reach the final frontier. Ashes and DNA from the iconic actress - who passed away aged 89 of natural causes last month - will be flown into space in a special 'Enterprise mission' according to space and astronomy news site Universe Today on Thursday. Nichelle's - who played the trailblazing role of Lieutenant Uhura - 'symbolic samples' are scheduled to fly 'beyond the moon' as it will 'reach the final frontier as early as this year' according to the publication. Fitting tribute: Ashes and DNA from Star Trek actress Nichelle Nichols - who passed away aged 89 of natural causes last month - will be flown into space according to space and astronomy news site Universe Today on Thursday, she is pictured in August 2008She will not be alone on the mission as ashes and DNA from other departed Star Trek pioneers will join her including James Doohan (Scotty), Majel Barrett Roddenberry (Nurse Chapel), the TV series creator Gene Roddenberry, and visual-effects wiz Douglas Trumbull. United Launch Alliance's Vulcan Centaur mission is set to deliver a robotic lunar lander no earlier than December in order to scout for NASA's future Artemis flights to the moon and will deliver the ashes and DNA samples deeper into the solar system after.
Abraham Lincoln - Hamilton - “American Prophet” Review: Prophets and Losses - metroweekly.com - USA - county Thomas - Smith - county Wright - county Roberts - county Douglas - county Charles - county Daniels - county Frederick - city Douglas, county Frederick - county Randolph
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“American Prophet” Review: Prophets and Losses
American Prophet: Frederick Douglass in His Own Words (★★★☆☆), in its world-premiere production at Arena Stage, wisely draw directly from the source for their expansive, though not exhaustive, biography of the great abolitionist, author, publisher, statesman, escaped slave, and public speaker.The bulk of Douglass’ lines and lyrics in the show are words that the man either spoke or wrote, interpreted and interpolated fluidly by book writers Charles Randolph-Wright and Marcus Hummon.Randolph-Wright also directs, while Grammy-winner Hummon composed music and lyrics for the score, which floats between R&B, pop, and gospel influences, but stays too comfortably within theater conventions.The music doesn’t start down the most adventurous path. Opening with Douglass plaintively singing “What Does Freedom Look Like?” feels way too obvious.The follow-up number, “Going to the Great House,” turns out to be a sharply satirical subversion of happy-dancing-slave tropes, but then shifts into a sober — and, again, very on-the-nose — “Wade in the Water,” complete with choreography reminiscent of Alvin Ailey’s “Revelations.”Fortunately, the show goes bolder in its characterization of Frederick Douglass.
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