Astrology movie – Nostradamus 500 http://nostradamus500.com/ Mon, 16 May 2022 18:30:03 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://nostradamus500.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon.png Astrology movie – Nostradamus 500 http://nostradamus500.com/ 32 32 Will there be a Downton Abbey 3 movie? https://nostradamus500.com/will-there-be-a-downton-abbey-3-movie/ Mon, 16 May 2022 18:30:03 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/will-there-be-a-downton-abbey-3-movie/ As its name suggests, “Downton Abbey: A New Era” ushers the Crawleys of “Downton Abbey” into a whole new era. As the story descends into the 1920s, the Crawleys and everyone around them deal with the major changes of the decade. It’s been over a decade since viewers were first greeted in the halls of […]]]>

As its name suggests, “Downton Abbey: A New Era” ushers the Crawleys of “Downton Abbey” into a whole new era. As the story descends into the 1920s, the Crawleys and everyone around them deal with the major changes of the decade. It’s been over a decade since viewers were first greeted in the halls of Downton, with the first season of the TV series debuting in 2010. After so many years and stories, a third movie “Downton Abbey” is already in the works, or has the story finally ended?

In a recent interview with Sky News, series creator Julian Fellowes admitted he wasn’t sure what’s next for the Crawleys – it’s a bit of a wait.

“I don’t know the answer to that question. The truth is, if they want more and the actors want to do more, then I’m sure we’ll find a way to do more,” he said. he declares. “But I don’t mind if it runs its course; I think that’s fair enough too…I think that’s the test. You want [the audiences] feeling familiar with the characters, with the setup, feeling like they’ve come home – but at the same time you want to give them something new, give them something they’ve never seen before. “

Fellowes also acknowledged the unique challenges of making a movie (or two, or three) based on “Downton Abbey.” He particularly pointed to the show’s many storylines and characters, which make it harder to create a cohesive plot for a single film.

“The other great balancing act of making a movie out of a TV show is that when you have a TV show with a big cast – and our cast is colossal – then they’ll have a story once all the two or three episodes, and outside of that they’ll join in with other people’s stories,” Fellowes said. “But in a movie, that’s not enough. They all have to have their own stories, and those stories all have to have a beginning, a middle, and an end. So it’s a kind of braiding. whole. But every job, no matter what, has a tough side, so I don’t want to sound like I’m complaining.

For now, “Downton Abbey: A New Era” will likely cap most storylines we’ve tracked since the series began. Characters leave home and start new lives, the generational torch has passed, and there’s always something new on the horizon. Whether there is another return to Downton in the future or not, it was a ride to remember!

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Here’s what your favorite lesbian movie says about you https://nostradamus500.com/heres-what-your-favorite-lesbian-movie-says-about-you/ Tue, 10 May 2022 14:30:08 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/heres-what-your-favorite-lesbian-movie-says-about-you/ You can tell a lot about a queer person based on their favorite movies about women into women. To save you stress and possible heartache, this should be on the list of questions on the first date. Keep reading to find out why. DEBS (2004) If you have seen and liked DEBS, you’re usually the […]]]>

You can tell a lot about a queer person based on their favorite movies about women into women. To save you stress and possible heartache, this should be on the list of questions on the first date. Keep reading to find out why.

DEBS (2004)

If you have seen and liked DEBS, you’re usually the most interesting person in the room and you know it. You watched it by mistake as a child thinking it was a spy movie and that led you to the early realization that you like women. You are confident in a way that is not intimidating. Everyone thinks you’re a whore, but you’re actually in a committed relationship.

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You’re that person in the community who dated everyone’s ex. You grew up watching The L-Word and were either obsessed with Shane and became a serial heartbreaker, or loved Jenny and write poetry for fun now. The most problematic thing about you is that you keep falling for straight women.

Rafiki

If you want Rafiki, you have the best taste in music, which has made you the supreme master of the auxiliary cord during outings. You believe in astrology, do not date certain astrological signs. You pretend to hate drama, but you’re constantly the focus. You’re ready to swim in the pee-filled kiddie pool (the dating pool) as many times as it takes to find that one. Never changes.

servant

You’re super smart and super smart and incredibly patient, which is understandable because you sat through the whole movie and had to read the subtitles. You’re probably in therapy, which is good because you’re clearly going through a lot if you want to. servant. You are adventurous and into naughty shit. You also lie a lot ’cause you keep saying you watched servant for the plot. when we all know there is no plot and it is basically big budget softcore porn.

But I’m a cheerleader

You are outgoing with a good sense of humor. You make friends effortlessly and enjoy a good enemy to lovers narrative. You also love drag racing, but haven’t really gotten into it.

Carol

If your favorite lesbian movie is Carol, you only date older women for sport or as a form of self-harm. You still often text your ex and lie about it. You’ve also slept with half your friends. These people are usually creative and can be a bit eccentric, which is why people keep falling in love with them. You also have a wine addiction.

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Portrait of a lady on fire

I’m not saying you’re a red flag if you like this movie, but your flag color isn’t green. You are all about desire and longing for love. You keep getting heartbroken by people who don’t date you. If there was a prize for getting into situations, you would win it.

Elisa and Marcela

You say you love Elisa and Marcela because you’re pretentious and like to be the only one in the room who wants something “different” even if the only difference is that it’s black and white. You also never got to finish this movie because you only watched the sex scenes and avoided the trauma, and I stay.

The happiest season

The only reason anyone would like this movie is that it had a Dusk phase and are now obsessed with Kristen Stewart. Either that or you really like to celebrate Christmas. You’re super cute and want to do adorable things like wear matching sweaters or do TikToks with your partner.

Prom

You don’t tell anyone you like this movie because everyone hates it, and you don’t like petty arguments. You looked at this specifically for Meryl Streep because you want to date older women, but you would never actively seek them out. You’re also very romantic and you still believe in fairy tale types of love, which is valuable.

Under his mouth

You are a gay baby. You don’t make connections and just like to vibe, which is interesting because you pick up on feelings so quickly. Under his mouth was probably your first lesbian movie, and even though you’ve seen better, you still cling to it. You thrive in toxic situations and you love Blue is the hottest color.

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An exaggeration of Manmohan Desai’s cliché formula https://nostradamus500.com/an-exaggeration-of-manmohan-desais-cliche-formula/ Fri, 06 May 2022 14:47:00 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/an-exaggeration-of-manmohan-desais-cliche-formula/ Dil Dimag Aur Batti is an interesting name for a Marathi film, isn’t it? It makes you wonder if the film has the three elements mentioned in its name, or is it a pun on the genre? Turns out it’s neither. So what is it? Well, let’s not spoil the fun for the brave who […]]]>
Dil Dimag Aur Batti is an interesting name for a Marathi film, isn’t it? It makes you wonder if the film has the three elements mentioned in its name, or is it a pun on the genre? Turns out it’s neither. So what is it? Well, let’s not spoil the fun for the brave who want to see the movie. Instead, let’s take a look at the plot.

The film opens with Manmohan Desai walking out of court. What? Did you think a 70s and 80s Bollywood homage would be complete without Manmohan Desai? Either way, it turns out that Desai (Dilip Prabhavalkar) is looking for her lost son-in-law (don’t tell us you didn’t see it coming!). Why the court then? Shouldn’t he be at the police station? Well, he went there and then to his trusted astrologer who suggested he change his name as he carries a baggage of being associated with the formula “lost and found”. Wait. Bear with us. In flashback, we also learn that Desai’s son-in-law, Amitabh (Pushkar Shrotri), has disappeared after losing his memory after slipping and hitting his head on the floor. We are introduced to Amitabh’s wife, Jaya (Sonali Kulkarni), who is the mother of triplets – Amar, Dilip and Jyoti – who are also separated in another incident, with only Dilip remaining with her. Now we have Desai searching for Amitabh, Jaya searching for Amitabh and her two lost children, and the children living their lives, thinking the women who raised them are their mothers. Why? This is an other story. But that’s not all. There are side storylines involving lost lovers, kidnappings, making a movie and so on. Long story short, this film is full of all the clichés of the retro era of Hindi cinema.

The project boasts of big names in the acting department, with the likes of Prabhavalkar, Kulkarni, Vandana Gupte, Kadam and more. But no matter how many VIPs are on board, it’s hard to stop a rudderless ship from wandering off course. The actors do what is expected of them, but the film lacks a good script, which renders their efforts in vain.

At one point in the film, Pushkar Shrotri claims to have a potion that he claims can teach anyone to act. Some of it could have been sprayed on the supporting cast, perhaps? In another instance, Anand Ingale’s character is exasperated by the chaos around him. That pretty much sums up the viewer’s experience watching Dil Dimag Aur Batti. So isn’t there anything worth watching here, you might ask? If you’re looking for a few wandering laughs and want to see the effort put in by the actors in the film, you can watch this one at your own risk.

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Review of the French drama film “Happening” https://nostradamus500.com/review-of-the-french-drama-film-happening/ Wed, 04 May 2022 12:03:10 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/review-of-the-french-drama-film-happening/ IFC Films The lede of this review looked different when I started writing the article on Monday afternoon. I was going to write about how Event was a small movie that could, one that beat out Oscar-nominated giants like The power of the dog for the top prize at the Venice Film Festival last year. […]]]>

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The lede of this review looked different when I started writing the article on Monday afternoon. I was going to write about how Event was a small movie that could, one that beat out Oscar-nominated giants like The power of the dog for the top prize at the Venice Film Festival last year. Then, on Monday evening, Politico revealed that the Supreme Court had decided to strike down Roe vs. Wade in a leaked ruling written by Judge Samuel Alito. The decision would return the right to abortion to the states, meaning that in many places in the United States the act would be completely banned.

Suddenly, writing about a movie about what it looks like when abortion is criminalized took on a whole new meaning. This weekend, in certain rooms, you will be able to see Event, a film by Audrey Diwan. It’s an unflinching look at a young woman’s attempt to have an abortion in 1960s France, when the likely outcome was either death from a botched procedure or prison if caught. Diwan is bravely unsentimental in her telling of the story, and she coldly refuses to look the other way when her heroine’s body is pushed to the limit for something that should be a right.

Based on a novel by Annie Ernaux, Event centers on Anne, played with searing intensity by Anamaria Vartolomei, a driven student studying literature. When she learns that she is pregnant, she sees her future fly away and decides to have an abortion despite the draconian laws in force. She searches for a way to abort with the same vibrant tenor she once studied with. Her quest becomes her sole focus, her dreams of an independent life fading away in more ways than one as the academics she once excelled in slip away from her. Vartolomei’s wide, piercing blue eyes convey that resolve, whether she’s addressing doctors urging her to remain silent or deliberately undermining her or sticking a needle into her body.

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Aiming her camera almost entirely at Vartolomei, Diwan conveys the extent of the oppression at play. As the film progresses, you can feel the effects of the culture of silence on this woman. Her friends fearlessly talk about sex but dare not discuss what happens if you get pregnant as a result. When Anne finally finds an abortion provider, the woman orders her to remain entirely silent for fear of being discovered. Diwan films the entire procedure, and the audience witnesses it through Anne’s own perspective. We see her legs twitch as the tools penetrate further up her womb, her body screams in pain but she stays as mute as possible.

But Event is set in the 1960s, Diwan keeps period signifiers to a minimum. Even fashions, while accurate, are muted: Anne’s button-down shirts and A-line skirts could be worn today. It gives an immediacy to the action: Yes, it’s in the past, but it could very well be the present.

Abortion is always a radical act to portray on screen, whether it’s Penny getting an abortion in dirty dance or two girls coming to New York from rural Pennsylvania to seek legal care at Eliza Hittman’s Never Rarely Sometimes Always. Starting this weekend, a series of abortion films curated by Emma Myers begins screening at the Metrograph in New York, as does Event hits various places. What Diwan and these other filmmakers have acknowledged is that the work to show how life-saving abortion is for women is endless.

Event is a heartbreaking glimpse into life in another time in a different country than the United States, but at the same time, it’s a vision of what life will be like for countless American women in the near future. Donate to an abortion fund and see it this weekend or as it expands across the US next week.

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Esther Zuckerman is Senior Entertainment Writer at Thrillist. Follow her on Twitter @ezwrites.

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‘Doctor Strange 2’ Review: An MCU Horror Film by Sam Raimi https://nostradamus500.com/doctor-strange-2-review-an-mcu-horror-film-by-sam-raimi/ Tue, 03 May 2022 15:09:15 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/doctor-strange-2-review-an-mcu-horror-film-by-sam-raimi/ The toughest villain the Marvel Cinematic Universe is currently facing isn’t a group of villains crashing into the door of another movie series, or a race of all-powerful godlike beings who use the Earth as an incubator, or the looming threat of Kang the Conqueror—it’s the lingering creep of sameness, Marvel’s grayscale internal style, and […]]]>

The toughest villain the Marvel Cinematic Universe is currently facing isn’t a group of villains crashing into the door of another movie series, or a race of all-powerful godlike beings who use the Earth as an incubator, or the looming threat of Kang the Conqueror—it’s the lingering creep of sameness, Marvel’s grayscale internal style, and anonymous visual effects that become stale as we near fifteen years of super- hero dominating the box office. The franchise has tried to mitigate this by hiring art directors in recent years: Chloe Zhao had just won her Oscar when Eternals made its debut in theaters, and we all remember the electric zing when Taika Waititi brought his irreverent spirit to the Norse gods of Thor: Ragnarok. Fan excitement when none other than Sam Raimi was announced to direct Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was two-fold: he’s responsible for some of the best superhero movies of all time with his Spider-Man trilogy and, with the evil Deadsand drag me to hell under his belt he is well suited for the horror movie Multiverse of Madness was styled to be. Everyone’s excitement at welcoming Raimi into the superhero fold was worth it.

Doctor Strange is fine. He is fine!! He’s saved the world multiple times, he’s so powerful he doesn’t even need the title of Sorcerer Supreme, and he’s pals with the remaining Avengers who generally keep things pretty peaceful in those regions. It is fine. So what if he lives alone in a huge mansion with only a coarse coat for company and has to watch everyone, including maybe the love of his life, move on without him? Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness features a more introspective Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) who doesn’t know how to answer the question “Are you happy?” Well, he can answer it, but he’s not sure he’s telling the truth. In times like these, a teenage girl named America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez) possessing the uncontrollable ability to universe jump shows up out of the blue and claims to have encountered another darker version of himself as she was fleeing from a demonic force. welcome distraction.

To help the child, Strange contacts Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen), who is now recovering from the ordeal depicted in Wanda Vision, which might not be the best idea, especially when the lure of a universe in which Wanda and her family are happily together becomes too much to resist. Strange and America Chavez travel to different worlds of the Multiverse, searching for a way for America to learn to control her powers while uncovering dark truths about Strange’s many selves.

Those of us who have been around this series for a while probably remember when Scott Derrickson strange doctor created and ultimately gave our lizard brains authentic colors and Creation– decorations to engulf. Multiverse of Madness has a similar effect, but from a craftsman’s perspective: Sam Raimi is all over this movie, once you get past the early, conscientious story-building sequences and he leans into B-movie territory d ‘horror. Body parts move in ways they shouldn’t, characters are chased down dark hallways by bloody, dragging threats, and actors scream directly into the camera like Bruce Campbell in Evil Dead 2. In other words, a total delight!! (We should mention that this is the MCU’s version of a horror movie, so parents, don’t worry too much that it’s too scary for the kids.) Not for nothing, the frequent collaborator Raimi’s Danny Elfman even provides the score, which all but takes up a particularly thrilling fight scene.

If you’re the type to keep up with Marvel’s project announcements and schedule reorganization, you can tell where elements of an earlier version of this movie might have fit. Multiverse of Madness was supposed to release before most of the Phase 4 entries we’ve seen before, including Wanda Vision, which, given what the emotional stakes of this movie are trying to accomplish, would have made more sense. As things stand, much of the plot of Multiverse of Madnesswhen not following Strange and Chavez galloping through parallel worlds, is stuck repeating certain rhythms of Wanda Vision which we’ve more or less already seen, and vaguely attempting to tie this in with Strange’s conflicting feelings about sacrificing his own happiness for the greater good. Thus, the emotional journey Multiverse of Madness walks make it look like it’s not as as good as it could have been. Yet whenever things start to slow down, there’s an action scene with outrageously angled camera angles to get your blood flowing again.

What’s great Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is that some real imagination has gone into this beyond the required cameos (and there are a few amusing ones) and storytelling acrobatics that tie this standalone story to the larger film series. The concern following the announcement that Raimi would be at the helm here was that Marvel wouldn’t let him mess with his personal style, but, for the most part, they’ve found the best of both worlds (universe?). A director known for his love and mastery of horror cinema is, oddly enough, the perfect choice for a film that deals with supernatural forces and body horror and incredibly gruesome death threats from alternate dimensions. Marvel’s latest entry is worth checking out just to watch a follower of his craft cast his dark magic.

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New Moon Movie Night: Dolemite Is My Inspiration https://nostradamus500.com/new-moon-movie-night-dolemite-is-my-inspiration/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 21:00:00 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/new-moon-movie-night-dolemite-is-my-inspiration/ Welcome to our moon-synced movie review show hosted by Saira Barbaric and Neve Mazique-Bianco. This South Seattle creative duo do multidisciplinary work together and individually. For this show, they are thrilled to join their love of astrology, rituals and pop culture. by Saira B If we haven’t met, I’m Saira B. I’m a performance artist, […]]]>

Welcome to our moon-synced movie review show hosted by Saira Barbaric and Neve Mazique-Bianco. This South Seattle creative duo do multidisciplinary work together and individually. For this show, they are thrilled to join their love of astrology, rituals and pop culture.

by Saira B


If we haven’t met, I’m Saira B. I’m a performance artist, filmmaker, and a huge fan of film, magic, and social history. I’m half the podcast New Moon Movie Night with Neve, who you might know from this recent story in the South Seattle Emerald. In each episode, we discuss astrology and pop culture in sync with the new moon – traditionally a time of clarification, reflection and intention setting.

I had a soft spot for 2019 Dolemite is my name right now. In the first two minutes, Snoop Dogg pops up – playing DJ Roj – to talk aloud about the film’s hurdle. The rapper-record-dealer-DJ tells Rudy Ray Moore, played by Eddie Murphy, “Sometimes our dreams just don’t come true.” This statement prompts Moore to replicate his motivation and the point of the film, “They [dreams] always can!”

Dolemite is my name is my pick for this new moon movie. I chose it because I love the cast, 1970s period movies and the blaxploitation genre in general. I hadn’t watched it before for two reasons. First, I was wary of the all-white writing and directing team preying on the life of a performer whose character I find awkward to my modern sensibilities. Second, I had already seen black dynamitea 2009 blaxploitation satire so perfect you’d swear it was from 1972. black dynamite is the love child of cult action icon Michael Jai White and references the 1975 original Dolemite in several ways. I thought, who needs the comedian tribute when we have the martial artist tribute? I have been corrected. Dolemite is my name is a period biopic with pace, style, and a heartwarming ending. It highlights Rudy Ray Moore as a historic touchstone that connects comedy, black American culture, and the birth of hip-hop culture.

“I am not a wanderer. I’m a repository of African American folklore,” said Ron Cephas Jones as Ricco – a homeless man who walks into Moore’s record store. The film’s first act shows how Rudy Ray Moore’s filtered “liquor store sage” jokes led to his signature brand of diss-heavy, boastful jokes set to a beat. This mark made Dolemite the character a hit on stage and screen and continued in tone from newbie to current MCs. The story focuses on Moore’s first film as Dolemite, told through a series of montages that guide character development and follow the filmmaking process. I’ve lost count of the number of edits in this film. Perhaps this is where my love for 1970s hair and clothing cuts and colors comes to roost. For some, the pace can get tedious.

The screenwriters made a strong choice about the beginning and the end of the film. Rudy Ray Moore was an artist from his teenage years until his death. Trying to encompass more of Rudy Ray Moore’s life would have been way too much, but the film still has the frenetic biopic pace of aiming for as many points as possible in two hours. We cover the birth of his character, the success of a stage acting career, the gathering of his team, the making of a film almost scene by scene and the endless barrage of closed doors as Moore completes the first film. Dolemite. We follow screenings and meetings until a big premiere. The final scene brings tears to my eyes. I admit this is where that original weak point is hit again. Rudy and a car full of fellow filmmakers prepare to spend a night alone at the film’s premiere. They read the reviews and expect the worst, only to encounter crowds of admirers. Moore in the film chooses to forgo the premiere to stay with the fans who await their turn with his film. He sees the fruits of his labor and the love of his people first hand as his film is a financial success.

To sum up Moore’s impact even faster than the movie, Rudy Ray Moore lived until 2008 and was considered by Snoop Dogg and many others to be a father of hip-hop, not just lyrically, but also in style and subject. Moore has released over 25 albums and appeared in over 20 films and music videos, including Dolemite sequels between 1976 and 2002. The love early rappers have for him is clear in his list of video cameos and track appearances. I left my post-movie search hole excited and inspired because I saw myself and so many people I adore in Uncle Rudy’s relentless style, genre-hopping, and groundbreaking styles. Yes, I’m going to adopt the name Snoop Dogg for the man. I may not like the pimp-as-hero trope because it downplays the harm and trafficking that pimps actually do. I can, however, recognize the impact of the character, who created a musical pathway for people to thrive and not turn to manipulating and abusing other humans for profit.

Check out an older Rudy Ray Moore in the opening and closing of this video from 1999.

Listen to Rudy Ray Moore in the intro to Busta’s Genesis album, 2001.

Craig Brewer Dolemite is my name lives in the genre I like to call Movies About the Magic of Movies. It’s a mark against her for me. I love its magical realism, but this very specific genre includes movies like The Earth which I find pretentious and navel-gazing, even as a movie buff. Dolemite is my name wins me back by showing a time I adore, the full DIY energy of making indie films, and the reward given to Moore for sticking to his raunchy black comedian style. Would I want to see Moore do a live set if I went back in time? Probably not. Do I watch this movie now to cheer myself up when I get discouraged by my artwork? Absolutely.

I recommend Dolemite is my name if you like :

  • movies about movie magic
  • coming of age tales
  • see a wide range of 1970s black fashion

I do not recommend it if:

  • you are not comfortable with extended profanity
  • Your eyes are getting glassy from the edits
  • you don’t like eddie murphy

I only recommend the original from 1975 Dolemite if you have a strong stomach for badly made movies and pimp plots as an action hero. To know more Dolemite is my name and the April 30 new moon, watch this episode of New Moon Movie Night.


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Bill Murray film halted after ‘inappropriate behavior’ allegations | Celebrity News | Showbiz and television https://nostradamus500.com/bill-murray-film-halted-after-inappropriate-behavior-allegations-celebrity-news-showbiz-and-television/ Sat, 23 Apr 2022 17:11:38 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/bill-murray-film-halted-after-inappropriate-behavior-allegations-celebrity-news-showbiz-and-television/ The comedy star, 71, filed suit against him last week, with production on Being Mortal now on hold. The full nature of the complaint is unclear. It’s unclear at this time what Murray’s involvement with the project will be as the investigation continues, according to reports. The news was shared with the cast and crew […]]]>

The comedy star, 71, filed suit against him last week, with production on Being Mortal now on hold. The full nature of the complaint is unclear.

It’s unclear at this time what Murray’s involvement with the project will be as the investigation continues, according to reports.

The news was shared with the cast and crew in a letter which read, “We know you are all concerned about recent production delays and want to give yourselves an update.

“At the end of last week, we were made aware of a complaint and immediately investigated it.

“After reviewing the circumstances, it has been decided that production cannot continue at this time.

“Production will be in touch with you to share packaging details, and we’ll let you know as soon as we have more information to share.”

Ghostbusters star Murray has previously been accused of being hard to work with.

He starred in Charlie’s Angels in 2000 but was accused of using “inexcusable and unacceptable language” towards his co-star Lucy Liu, 53.

Ms Liu said at the time: “I was like, ‘Wow, he seems to be looking me straight in the eye.’ I couldn’t believe this [his comments] could be towards me, because what do I have to do with anything important at this time?

“I say, ‘I’m really sorry. Are you talking to me?’ Obviously he was because then it started to become one-on-one communication.”

Being Mortal is based on the 2014 book by surgeon Atul Gawande.

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The John Cusack Movie You Are Based On Your Zodiac Sign https://nostradamus500.com/the-john-cusack-movie-you-are-based-on-your-zodiac-sign/ Fri, 22 Apr 2022 10:55:00 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/the-john-cusack-movie-you-are-based-on-your-zodiac-sign/ While there are several zodiac signs that have adventure as a trait, Sagittarius is the one who can get the most restless if those under this sign aren’t constantly on the path to the latest exciting development. There’s always something (or someone) more interesting to many Sagittarians, which is how Craig Schwartz of “Being John […]]]>

While there are several zodiac signs that have adventure as a trait, Sagittarius is the one who can get the most restless if those under this sign aren’t constantly on the path to the latest exciting development. There’s always something (or someone) more interesting to many Sagittarians, which is how Craig Schwartz of “Being John Malkovich” seems to perpetually live his life. John Cusack plays the maniacal and nervous Schwartz, a puppeteer, who is forced to get a mundane office job to make ends meet. He gets bored almost immediately. That is, until he meets his co-worker Maxine (Catherine Keener), who is mysterious, exciting, and sexy in every way his wife isn’t. So, in typical Sagittarius fashion, he sees her as his next adventure.

Soon after, Schwartz discovers a portal in actor John Malkovich’s brain, which should be enough new adventure to scratch his itch. But he’s a Sagittarius to the extreme, which means he tries to find ways to make the whole portal to Malkovich even more After exciting. Sagittarians are also prone to letting their intellect and ego get the better of them, and in the end, it all comes crashing down on Schwartz to the point where he probably wishes he could have learned to settle for his old talk-it. -the life of numbers.

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Filmmaker Subbu Vedula talks about his new film ‘Bommala Koluvu’ https://nostradamus500.com/filmmaker-subbu-vedula-talks-about-his-new-film-bommala-koluvu/ Thu, 21 Apr 2022 13:26:40 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/filmmaker-subbu-vedula-talks-about-his-new-film-bommala-koluvu/ Published: Updated on – 20:00, Thu – 21 April 22 Hyderabad: Although we hear many success stories, in practice it is not easy to give up a secure career to pursue your passion. Vizag-based Subbu Vedula was a vice president of an investment bank in New York, but realized his true passion lay in movies. […]]]>

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Hyderabad: Although we hear many success stories, in practice it is not easy to give up a secure career to pursue your passion. Vizag-based Subbu Vedula was a vice president of an investment bank in New York, but realized his true passion lay in movies. He gave up his illustrious work and enrolled in New York University’s Tisch School of Arts.

Subbu’s interest in movies peaked when he got addicted to watching thrillers on OTT platforms. He first launched into writing and then gradually into directing. His favorite filmmaker is Night Shyamalan, and Subbu drew inspiration from the famed director to make edge-of-the-seat thrillers with “surprise elements.”

Shortened in 2020, Subbu released his first feature film titled “Raahu” starring Kriti Garg and AbeRaam Varma in the lead roles. The plot of the thriller film revolved around Bhanu (Garg) who suffers from conversion disorder, which temporarily blinds her from the sight of blood. She decides to marry her beau, despite her father’s disapproval due to his belief in astrology. ‘Raahu’ has been making waves in the industry and has even been nominated for SIIMA awards.

Come this Friday, Subbu’s second movie titled “Bommala Koluvu” is set to hit the screens. “This film is again a thriller and is set in the time of Covid. The story revolves around a girl who thinks her neighbor might be involved in a serious crime, but her boyfriend doesn’t buy into the argument. Then suddenly she disappears and he has to find out what happened to her. The film is very relevant and relatable and will make you wonder what you would be doing if you were in the main characters’ shoes,” shares Subbu, who also loves travel and photography.

Anirudh Ravichander’s cousin Hrishikesh was cast to play the lead role. Anirudh sang for a romantic duet in the film. Priyanka Sharma and Malavika Satheesan play the female leads in ‘Bommala Koluvu’. “I’m quite excited as the film’s release is approaching but I’m just as nervous as there are huge films currently playing in theaters. But then again, there’s always a risk factor for small films – whether in form pandemic or competition,” Subbu shared, adding that his next project with Regina Cassandra and JD Chakravarty is in post-production.


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#FilmyFriday! Njan Kodeeswaran: Can money buy peace? | Malayalam Cinema News https://nostradamus500.com/filmyfriday-njan-kodeeswaran-can-money-buy-peace-malayalam-cinema-news/ Fri, 15 Apr 2022 06:30:00 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/filmyfriday-njan-kodeeswaran-can-money-buy-peace-malayalam-cinema-news/ It’s yet another Friday, and if watching movies is on the cards, we’ve got you covered. ETimes presents – #FilmyFriday, in which we recommend a Malayalam film to our readers, every week. In this week’s #FilmyFriday, we recommend “Njan Kodeeswaran” with Jagadish. Director: Jose Thomas Cast: Jagadheesh, Sudheesh, Baiju, Innocent, Rajan P. Dev, Pappu, Oduvil, […]]]>
It’s yet another Friday, and if watching movies is on the cards, we’ve got you covered. ETimes presents – #FilmyFriday, in which we recommend a Malayalam film to our readers, every week. In this week’s #FilmyFriday, we recommend “Njan Kodeeswaran” with Jagadish.

Director: Jose Thomas

Cast: Jagadheesh, Sudheesh, Baiju, Innocent, Rajan P. Dev, Pappu, Oduvil, MS Thrippunithura, Mahesh, Jose Pallissery, Vinodhini, Akshara, Nina Kurup, Kaviyoor Ponnamma, Zeenath, Aranmula Ponnamma, Aswathi Alex

Release date: 1994

The film is set in the early 1990s in a small hamlet in Kerala. It is early in the morning and Menon (Kuthiravattam Pappu) can be seen walking through the paddy field. He is in a hurry to meet (catch) Gopi, who borrowed money from him and hasn’t returned. The filmmaker soon presents Gopinathan’s house. He lives with his family, including his mother Janaki (Kaviyoor Ponnamma), two sisters, brother Hari (Sudeesh), grandmother and uncle Panattu Sankaran Nair (Oduvil Unnikrishnan). Menon arrives at Gopi (Jagadish) and creates a ruckus. After Menon, Janaki’s older brother, Panattu Govindan Nair (MS Thripunithura) arrives, as Gopi owes him Rs. 75,000. Gopi is the sole breadwinner in the family and he has lent all the money for various purposes of his family. Meanwhile, Gopi is also in love with Panattu’s daughter Govindan Nair, a schoolteacher.

After all the hide and seek, Gopi rushes to work and on his way meets an astrologer, who predicts that he will quit his current job and live a lavish life, also suggesting that he grab a lottery ticket. In the following days, Gopi starts taking lottery tickets, but doesn’t find his luck. After not finding any luck, Gopi attempts to return to a normal life and tries to convince a bank manager to lend him a loan of Rs. 50,000 which might help him settle some immediate debts. He bribes the manager with alcohol, and on the way home, the manager falls ill, so Gopi parks the bike. It was a memorable night for Gopi, as when the manager falls unconscious, a car drives by, chased by a police jeep. And someone from the car throws a suitcase, which Gopi finds, and brings her home. He secures it in a hole dug in the garden of his house. It is later revealed that the suitcase belongs to Mathachen (Rajan P Dev), a smuggler. Later that night, Gopi discovers that the suitcase was full of gold cookies, of enormous value.

The next day, Gopi becomes confident and happy, which is highly unlikely, and picks up a golden cookie to sell. On his way, meets his fiancée, and tells her that he is going to marry her extravagantly, resigns from his job, however, his efforts to sell the golden cookie fail, since he is an amateur.

From not marrying his sister to the man she loves, because the bridegroom is unemployed, to telling his mother that he plans to open a new textile shop in the city, the sudden boost of confidence de Gopi and the new personality confuse the people around him. People portray him as crazy and eventually, his unusual behavior forces his family to admit him to a psychiatric hospital. Want to know what happens next? Well, you’ll have to watch the movie!

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