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‘The Goldbergs’ Alum Jeff Garlin Used ‘Power and Status to Intimidate and Demean’ Colleagues, New Book Claims - www.usmagazine.com - Hollywood
usmagazine.com
06.06.2023 / 21:13

‘The Goldbergs’ Alum Jeff Garlin Used ‘Power and Status to Intimidate and Demean’ Colleagues, New Book Claims

Jeff Garlin‘s behavior while working on The Goldbergs allegedly created a challenging environment for his colleagues.

'The Old Guard 2': 7 Original Stars Returning for Sequel, 1 Person Officially Exits, & 2 Join the Netflix Movie Cast - www.justjared.com
justjared.com
06.06.2023 / 20:42

'The Old Guard 2': 7 Original Stars Returning for Sequel, 1 Person Officially Exits, & 2 Join the Netflix Movie Cast

One of Netflix’s biggest original movies is The Old Guard, which landed on the streaming service in the middle of the pandemic in 2020.

All the Parklife 2023 road closures this weekend - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - county Lane
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
06.06.2023 / 20:24

All the Parklife 2023 road closures this weekend

With the arrival of 80,000 party-goers over the Parklife 2023 weekend, roads around the site will be closed, as well as some motorway junctions too. Here’s a rundown of the closures in full…

‘The Book of Solutions’ Review: When Did the Talented Michel Gondry Become the World’s Most Annoying Filmmaker? - variety.com - France
variety.com
06.06.2023 / 16:35

‘The Book of Solutions’ Review: When Did the Talented Michel Gondry Become the World’s Most Annoying Filmmaker?

Owen Gleiberman Chief Film Critic If you’ve ever wondered when it was that Michel Gondry, the gifted French director of “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” became the world’s most annoying filmmaker, you might say the answer is, “He always was.” Yet no one, including me, quite thinks of him that way. That’s because the few works of his that have come to prominence possess a special combination of facility and charm. I adore “Eternal Sunshine,” a virtuoso movie that bends your brain and breaks your heart at the same time. You might simply choose to characterize it as the masterpiece of screenwriter Charlie Kaufman, but the truth is that Gondry directed it ­— the leaps in time, the emotionally convulsive performances of Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet — with a masterful sense of play and gravitational control.

Matt James' Mom In Talks to Appear on 'The Golden Bachelor' - www.justjared.com
justjared.com
03.06.2023 / 17:57

Matt James' Mom In Talks to Appear on 'The Golden Bachelor'

It looks like Matt James‘ mom might be following in his footsteps!

Lewis Capaldi secures second week at the Official Albums Chart summit with Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent - www.officialcharts.com - Britain
officialcharts.com
02.06.2023 / 16:13

Lewis Capaldi secures second week at the Official Albums Chart summit with Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent

Lewis Capaldi reigns atop the Official Albums Chart for a second week with Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent. 

‘Lost’: Damon Lindelof Says He Has “Profound Regrets” In Light Of Allegations Of Racism & Sexism During Production - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
31.05.2023 / 20:09

‘Lost’: Damon Lindelof Says He Has “Profound Regrets” In Light Of Allegations Of Racism & Sexism During Production

As the years march on, the importance of ABC’s “Lost” continues to shine through. This is a show that wasn’t the first of its kind—a serialized drama that captured the hearts and minds of viewers—but it was one of the most influential series of the past 30 years, full stop.

Welcome to the Golden Age of Oversharing - www.glamour.com - Los Angeles
glamour.com
31.05.2023 / 15:11

Welcome to the Golden Age of Oversharing

engulfing the trendy Los Angeles restaurant Horses. An assortment of things has told me, against my will, about what her and her grown-up Spy Kid husband do when they're alone together. Jameela Jamil regaling a horrified Al Roker with a tale about a .

Shania Twain Has Her Army of Cowgirls and Boys Come on Over to the Hollywood Bowl: Concert Review - variety.com - USA - Las Vegas
variety.com
30.05.2023 / 00:27

Shania Twain Has Her Army of Cowgirls and Boys Come on Over to the Hollywood Bowl: Concert Review

Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic “It’s been about 25 years since I stood on this stage,” since Shania Twain, not long after the kickoff to her set Sunday night at the Hollywood Bowl. She had that figured about right — the calendar shows she last played America’s most favored amphitheater on May 6, 1999. That was a few weeks shy of the moment that her signature song among all signature songs, “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!,” peaked on the charts. When she pulled it out as her inevitable final encore number Saturday, it still felt like it was cresting. It’s a song that may never have truly peaked until all the generations represented at the Bowl this Memorial Day weekend have passed away and/or the day the prerogative to have a little fun has been codified into the criminal as a felony. For as long as there are women, and gay men, and straight men relaxed with themselves enough to buy “Let’s go, girls” T-shirt and diode-blinking pink cowboy hats, Twain will own rights to the ultimate ladies’ night anthem, just as surely as she owns the federal trademark on exclamation points. (She does, doesn’t she?)

‘The Ultimatum: Queer Love’ Review: Trial Wives - www.metroweekly.com
metroweekly.com
29.05.2023 / 15:59

‘The Ultimatum: Queer Love’ Review: Trial Wives

The Ultimatum: Queer Love (★★★★☆) is the latest in Netflix’s line of reality dating shows. This one is not hosted by Nick Lachey, but JoAnna Garcia Swisher, who is immediately clocked for being straight, and truthfully isn’t around that much.

‘The Little Mermaid’ Takes Memorial Day Weekend Box Office Crown With Splashy $117.5 Million Debut - variety.com - Australia - France - Brazil - Mexico - South Korea
variety.com
29.05.2023 / 15:29

‘The Little Mermaid’ Takes Memorial Day Weekend Box Office Crown With Splashy $117.5 Million Debut

Brent Lang Executive Editor Family audiences turned out in force, propelling Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” to the top of the box office over the Memorial Day weekend. The film, a live-action remake of the 1988 animated favorite, earned a splashy $117.5 million over the four-day holiday. It ranks as the fifth largest Memorial Day debut — last year’s “Top Gun: Maverick” set a new record for the holiday with its $160.5 million launch. At one point over the weekend, it looked as if “The Little Mermaid” might even open north of $120 million, but ticket sales flagged slightly. For Disney, the film’s popularity is a testament to its strategy of digging deep into its vaults and rebooting animated titles as live action movies, something it has done successfully with the likes of “Aladdin,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “The Lion King.” Waiting out on the horizon: Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson, the Oscar-winning director of “Summer of Soul,” is helming a remake of “The Aristocats” for Disney.

Left-Wing Director Ken Loach, Writer Paul Laverty on the Poisonous Seed-Bed for Far Right Politics in Britain’s Rust-Belt Communities - variety.com - Britain - Germany - Syria
variety.com
28.05.2023 / 14:45

Left-Wing Director Ken Loach, Writer Paul Laverty on the Poisonous Seed-Bed for Far Right Politics in Britain’s Rust-Belt Communities

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor In “The Old Oak,” which played in Competition in Cannes, Ken Loach portrays a village in the North-East of England where the indigenous white community comes into conflict with Syrian refugees – a conflict fuelled by the despair, deprivation and decline of the rust-belt region. Such conditions can be a seed-bed for far right groups, the director tells Variety. Such issues have not been explored sufficiently in film and television, Loach says, and he draws a parallel with the portrayal of the rise of Nazism in Germany in the mass media. “We have endless programs about the Second World War, about the horrors of Nazism and fascism, about the racism, about the Holocaust. Quite properly, we have endless programs about that, but what they refuse to point out is that that arose from alienation, anger, feeling cheated, and finding scapegoats. And that’s how we ended up with Hitler, and that’s the ground in which the far right flourishes. One of the points of the film is to say: This is the cause of fascism. This is where it comes from. This is its seed-bed, and it comes as an inevitable consequence of our economic system. Because if the neoliberal agenda was an essential development for capitalism, to use the old-fashioned word, then that’s where fascism comes from. Implicit in that is that the far right will rise because that’s how people will be heading. And they know that and yet the mass media, the press, just turn their backs on that. They’ll tell us all about the horrors of Hitler. Sure. But they won’t tell us how he came to power. And that’s the huge lesson. And we see it in essence now all the time.”

Ken Loach discusses whether ‘The Old Oak’ will be his last movie - www.nme.com - Syria
nme.com
28.05.2023 / 13:01

Ken Loach discusses whether ‘The Old Oak’ will be his last movie

The Old Oak will be his last.Speaking at a press conference for his new movie at the Cannes Film Festival, Loach was asked by Deadline whether reports about his retirement are true.“One day at a time,” he responded. “If you get up in the morning, and you’re not in the obituary column; one day at a time.”It comes after he told The Hollywood Reporter last month that “it would be hard to do a feature film again” because “your facilities do decline.”He said: “Films take a couple of years and I’ll be nearly 90,” he said of a potential next movie.

One of the 'oldest pubs in Greater Manchester' goes on sale with an eye-watering price tag - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Manchester - Beyond
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
28.05.2023 / 12:49

One of the 'oldest pubs in Greater Manchester' goes on sale with an eye-watering price tag

A 17th century pub in Bury has gone on sale with an eye-watering price tag of £1 million. The Church Inn, in Birtle, understood to be one of the oldest in Greater Manchester, comes with four acres of stunning land, gardens and car parking.

Ken Loach On Whether ‘The Old Oak’ Is Really His Final Film: “One Day At A Time” – Cannes - deadline.com - Syria
deadline.com
27.05.2023 / 09:37

Ken Loach On Whether ‘The Old Oak’ Is Really His Final Film: “One Day At A Time” – Cannes

Ken Loach still has more to say against The Man in society with his cinema, that was clear coming away from the Cannes press conference for his latest movie The Old Oak.

Ken Loach at Cannes: 'don't know' if 'The Old Oak' will be last film - www.msn.com - Britain - Syria
msn.com
26.05.2023 / 20:09

Ken Loach at Cannes: 'don't know' if 'The Old Oak' will be last film

By Hanna RantalaCANNES (Reuters) - Ken Loach said on Friday he does not know if "The Old Oak," the 86-year-old British director's attempt to win the Cannes Film Festival's top prize for a third time, would be his last. "Oh, I don't know, I live day by day," said Loach, who turns 87 in June. "If you read the obituary columns and you're not in them, it's a good day.

‘The Old Oak’ Review: Strength, Solidarity And Resistance In A Vital, Moving Social Parable — Cannes Film Festival - deadline.com - Britain - Syria - county Durham
deadline.com
26.05.2023 / 18:11

‘The Old Oak’ Review: Strength, Solidarity And Resistance In A Vital, Moving Social Parable — Cannes Film Festival

What could well be Ken Loach’s final film has as much fire and fury as his debut Poor Cow did in 1967, if we discount his pioneering TV work in the run-up. The visual style hasn’t changed a great deal in the years since, but that’s because the British movie veteran, soon to turn 87, isn’t much fussed about surfaces, it’s the inner lives of his characters that he wants to capture. In that respect, The Old Oak would make a fitting swansong, capping the recent North-East trilogy with a vital film that is clearly the work of the team behind previous Cannes Competition hits I, Daniel Blake and Sorry We Missed You.

The Partnership: Ken Loach And Paul Laverty On ‘The Old Oak’, Their Return To The North East Of England & The Chance To Make History By Winning A Third Palme D’Or - deadline.com - Britain - Ireland - county Durham
deadline.com
26.05.2023 / 15:13

The Partnership: Ken Loach And Paul Laverty On ‘The Old Oak’, Their Return To The North East Of England & The Chance To Make History By Winning A Third Palme D’Or

Only nine directors have ever won the Palme d’Or twice. Francis Ford Coppola did it in the ’70s with The Conversation and Apocalypse Now. Ruben Östlund joined the club last year after following The Square with Triangle of Sadness. But this year, there is a very real possibility that, at 86, Ken Loach may go above and beyond that by winning a third Palme for his new film, The Old Oak. Loach first won in 2006 with the historical Irish drama The Wind That Shakes the Barley, then doubled up in 2016 with I, Daniel Blake, a caustic study of Britain’s healthcare crisis. After that came Sorry, We Missed You, a no-less withering look at the punitive gig economy. Like the latter two films, The Old Oak is set in the North East of England and completes an unofficial trilogy, this time with a slightly more optimistic bent. Like all of Loach’s output since 1996, it was written by Paul Laverty, and the pair sat down with Damon Wise to discuss the film’s themes of humanity and social responsibility.

‘The Lazarus Project’ TV Review: Joe Barton’s Clever Sci-Fi Import Puts A New Spin On An Old Concept - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
26.05.2023 / 14:31

‘The Lazarus Project’ TV Review: Joe Barton’s Clever Sci-Fi Import Puts A New Spin On An Old Concept

Already a big enough hit in the U.K. to earn a second season, anyone who has watched even a few minutes of the NBA Playoffs on TNT has seen the ubiquitous ads for “The Lazarus Project,” premiering June 4th, and probably wondered what the heck is going on.

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