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Venom: Let There Be Carnage’s post-credits transported Venom through the Multiverse – and Loki’s nexus events could help to explain what’s happened.

WARNING: This article contains SPOILERS for Venom: Let There Be Carnage!

The post-credits scene for Venom: Let There Be Carnage transported the tongue-slavering symbiote into the MCU and set up a potential role in Spider-Man: No Way Home – and it could be through the “Nexus” events introduced in Loki. There’s long been intense interest in the idea of Tom Hardy’s Venom and Tom Holland’s Spider-Man coming head-to-head. Now, finally, those hopes and dreams look set to become a reality.

Marvel movies have long been renowned for their post-credits scenes, but Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s is one of the best yet in that it leaves so many questions unanswered. Eddie Brock finds himself unwittingly transported through the Multiverse, arriving to watch a news broadcast in which J. Jonah Jameson ranted about Spider-Man’s secret identity during Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s post-credits scene. It’s safe to assume this ties in directly to Spider-Man: No Way Home, which promises to transport a number of Spider-Man villains into the MCU as a result of a magic spell gone wrong. There have long been reports of a hidden sixth enemy, and it looks as though Venom is set to fit the bill.


Related: Venom 2: Every Easter Egg & Marvel Reference Explained

But exactly how has Venom jumped from one dimension to another in the first place? In truth, Marvel is still making up their minds about how their Multiverse works. They determined the rules only after producing a number of films and TV shows based upon it. However, the basic principles may already have actually been explained in Loki.

Loki’s Nexus Events Are More Complicated Than Viewers Think

Loki Episode 6 Multiverse

It’s long been clear that the concept of “nexus” events and beings is key to the MCU’s Phase 4 slate. According to Loki, a nexus event is a moment where a single act can create an entirely different branching timeline in the multiverse. Nexus events can be created by major actions or minor ones – by someone starting a civil war that wasn’t part of the main timeline, or simply being late for work. The Time Variance Authority attempted to prevent the multiverse by pruning all these branches, but they ultimately failed, and now anything is possible in multiversal terms. But the multiverse introduced in Loki is actually more complicated than most viewers realize. Loki director Kate Herron pointed to one shot of the multiverse as it sprang into being, and noted the various branches intersect in quite dramatic ways (as per Murphy’s Multiverse):

“So, there’s the branches, right, which is like the alternative reality. But then something, you’ll see it, it’s very subtle but in the very last shot where you see the Multiverse, there’s like basically other bigger physical timelines branches. So, it’s almost like these different separate trees that are now connecting… It’s almost like a bridge. If you imagine the branch, it is like another reality. But if the branch extends beyond a certain point, it will then connect to other physical timelines… That last shot we did, there are other like thicker [branches] that are meant to be like our timeline. And there are other timelines like that and the branches are the connectors basically.”

Herron seems to be suggesting there are actually two types of intersections between different branches in the MCU multiverse; one where the branches are created, or ones where they connect to one another. In the most dramatic cases, this could potentially lead to a collision of entire realities – the kind of thing seen in the comics in the build-up to Jonathan Hickman’s Secret Wars event, where all the various universes collided. In less spectacular cases, though, a connection between the two branches could be brief, unobserved by most, but it would potentially allow people to inadvertently travel from their home branch to a reality very unlike the world they grew up in. The latter type of nexus sounds exactly like what Venom experiences in Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s post-credits scene, where Eddie Brock suddenly finds himself transported into a very different bedroom.

Related: Why Venom Needs To Eat Chocolate Or Brains

Doctor Strange’s Spell Could Have Created A Nexus Around Peter Parker

Doctor strange 2 Wandavision nexus commercial

This may explain what has gone wrong with Doctor Strange’s spell in Spider-Man: No Way Home. As confirmed by the trailer, Spider-Man seeks Doctor Strange’s help in the hopes the future Sorcerer Supreme can make the world forget his secret identity. Although Doctor Strange claims his spell is simply one to erase memories, it must be much more far-reaching than that; after all, not only does Strange need to make people forget, he also needs to remove all records of Spider-Man’s secret identity. This explains why Doctor Strange’s spell is affecting the fabric of reality itself, and why – when Peter Parker disrupts it – it backfires badly.

But how exactly does the spell work? It is possible Doctor Strange has inadvertently drawn multiple branching timelines into contact with the MCU, creating a dimensional intersect that is centered around Spider-Man – explaining why so many of the characters jumping realities are associated with different versions of Spider-Man. Even Venom seems to have a loose connection to the wall-crawler, with dialogue in Venom 2‘s post-credits scene suggesting the symbiote hive mind transcends the Multiverse, meaning Eddie Brock’s symbiote could well have retained animosity towards Peter Parker from the symbiote encountered in Spider-Man 3. This would explain why various characters from other Marvel/Spider-Man movie universes have been transported into the MCU.

Marvel Studios has a reputation for long-term planning, but when it comes to the Multiverse they seem to be figuring things out as they go along; in July this year, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige revealed they’d only recently held a meeting deciding the Multiverse’s rules,  even though several films and TV shows focused around the concept were already in, or approaching, post-production. This may well mean Spider-Man: No Way Home avoids any explicit explanation of exactly how Doctor Strange’s spell has backfired, simply settling for confirming it has done so and leaving it to viewers to figure out how; but if that is the case, Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s post-credits scene suggests the nexus events introduced in Loki would explain it nicely.

More: Every MCU Movie Releasing After Venom 2

  • Eternals (2021)Release date: Nov 05, 2021
  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021)Release date: Dec 17, 2021
  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)Release date: Mar 25, 2022
  • Thor: Love and Thunder (2022)Release date: May 06, 2022
  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever/Black Panther 2 (2022)Release date: Jul 08, 2022
  • The Marvels/Captain Marvel 2 (2022)Release date: Nov 11, 2022
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023)Release date: Feb 17, 2023
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023)Release date: May 05, 2023
  • Morbius (2022)Release date: Jan 21, 2022
  • Kraven the Hunter (2023)Release date: Jan 13, 2023

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Venom: Let There Be Carnage’s post-credits transported Venom through the Multiverse – and Loki’s nexus events could help to explain what’s happened.

WARNING: This article contains SPOILERS for Venom: Let There Be Carnage!

The post-credits scene for Venom: Let There Be Carnage transported the tongue-slavering symbiote into the MCU and set up a potential role in Spider-Man: No Way Home – and it could be through the “Nexus” events introduced in Loki. There’s long been intense interest in the idea of Tom Hardy’s Venom and Tom Holland’s Spider-Man coming head-to-head. Now, finally, those hopes and dreams look set to become a reality.

Marvel movies have long been renowned for their post-credits scenes, but Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s is one of the best yet in that it leaves so many questions unanswered. Eddie Brock finds himself unwittingly transported through the Multiverse, arriving to watch a news broadcast in which J. Jonah Jameson ranted about Spider-Man’s secret identity during Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s post-credits scene. It’s safe to assume this ties in directly to Spider-Man: No Way Home, which promises to transport a number of Spider-Man villains into the MCU as a result of a magic spell gone wrong. There have long been reports of a hidden sixth enemy, and it looks as though Venom is set to fit the bill.


Related: Venom 2: Every Easter Egg & Marvel Reference Explained

But exactly how has Venom jumped from one dimension to another in the first place? In truth, Marvel is still making up their minds about how their Multiverse works. They determined the rules only after producing a number of films and TV shows based upon it. However, the basic principles may already have actually been explained in Loki.

Loki’s Nexus Events Are More Complicated Than Viewers Think

Loki Episode 6 Multiverse

It’s long been clear that the concept of “nexus” events and beings is key to the MCU’s Phase 4 slate. According to Loki, a nexus event is a moment where a single act can create an entirely different branching timeline in the multiverse. Nexus events can be created by major actions or minor ones – by someone starting a civil war that wasn’t part of the main timeline, or simply being late for work. The Time Variance Authority attempted to prevent the multiverse by pruning all these branches, but they ultimately failed, and now anything is possible in multiversal terms. But the multiverse introduced in Loki is actually more complicated than most viewers realize. Loki director Kate Herron pointed to one shot of the multiverse as it sprang into being, and noted the various branches intersect in quite dramatic ways (as per Murphy’s Multiverse):

“So, there’s the branches, right, which is like the alternative reality. But then something, you’ll see it, it’s very subtle but in the very last shot where you see the Multiverse, there’s like basically other bigger physical timelines branches. So, it’s almost like these different separate trees that are now connecting… It’s almost like a bridge. If you imagine the branch, it is like another reality. But if the branch extends beyond a certain point, it will then connect to other physical timelines… That last shot we did, there are other like thicker [branches] that are meant to be like our timeline. And there are other timelines like that and the branches are the connectors basically.”

Herron seems to be suggesting there are actually two types of intersections between different branches in the MCU multiverse; one where the branches are created, or ones where they connect to one another. In the most dramatic cases, this could potentially lead to a collision of entire realities – the kind of thing seen in the comics in the build-up to Jonathan Hickman’s Secret Wars event, where all the various universes collided. In less spectacular cases, though, a connection between the two branches could be brief, unobserved by most, but it would potentially allow people to inadvertently travel from their home branch to a reality very unlike the world they grew up in. The latter type of nexus sounds exactly like what Venom experiences in Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s post-credits scene, where Eddie Brock suddenly finds himself transported into a very different bedroom.

Related: Why Venom Needs To Eat Chocolate Or Brains

Doctor Strange’s Spell Could Have Created A Nexus Around Peter Parker

Doctor strange 2 Wandavision nexus commercial

This may explain what has gone wrong with Doctor Strange’s spell in Spider-Man: No Way Home. As confirmed by the trailer, Spider-Man seeks Doctor Strange’s help in the hopes the future Sorcerer Supreme can make the world forget his secret identity. Although Doctor Strange claims his spell is simply one to erase memories, it must be much more far-reaching than that; after all, not only does Strange need to make people forget, he also needs to remove all records of Spider-Man’s secret identity. This explains why Doctor Strange’s spell is affecting the fabric of reality itself, and why – when Peter Parker disrupts it – it backfires badly.

But how exactly does the spell work? It is possible Doctor Strange has inadvertently drawn multiple branching timelines into contact with the MCU, creating a dimensional intersect that is centered around Spider-Man – explaining why so many of the characters jumping realities are associated with different versions of Spider-Man. Even Venom seems to have a loose connection to the wall-crawler, with dialogue in Venom 2‘s post-credits scene suggesting the symbiote hive mind transcends the Multiverse, meaning Eddie Brock’s symbiote could well have retained animosity towards Peter Parker from the symbiote encountered in Spider-Man 3. This would explain why various characters from other Marvel/Spider-Man movie universes have been transported into the MCU.

Marvel Studios has a reputation for long-term planning, but when it comes to the Multiverse they seem to be figuring things out as they go along; in July this year, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige revealed they’d only recently held a meeting deciding the Multiverse’s rules,  even though several films and TV shows focused around the concept were already in, or approaching, post-production. This may well mean Spider-Man: No Way Home avoids any explicit explanation of exactly how Doctor Strange’s spell has backfired, simply settling for confirming it has done so and leaving it to viewers to figure out how; but if that is the case, Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s post-credits scene suggests the nexus events introduced in Loki would explain it nicely.

More: Every MCU Movie Releasing After Venom 2

  • Eternals (2021)Release date: Nov 05, 2021
  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021)Release date: Dec 17, 2021
  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)Release date: Mar 25, 2022
  • Thor: Love and Thunder (2022)Release date: May 06, 2022
  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever/Black Panther 2 (2022)Release date: Jul 08, 2022
  • The Marvels/Captain Marvel 2 (2022)Release date: Nov 11, 2022
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023)Release date: Feb 17, 2023
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023)Release date: May 05, 2023
  • Morbius (2022)Release date: Jan 21, 2022
  • Kraven the Hunter (2023)Release date: Jan 13, 2023

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Little by little the names of the actors who will play the members of the British royal family in the next seasons of The Crown, the series created by Peter Morgan that revives the reign of Elizabeth II. For the last two years of fiction Imelda Staunton will play the sovereign, Lesley Manville, Princess Margaret and Jonathan Pryce, the Duke of Edinburgh. This weekend the producers announced that for the role of Lady Di the chosen one It was Elizabeth Debicki. Her face is not one of the best known of the cast, but this Australian, who turned 30, is opening a niche in Hollywood. Two years ago she received the Chopard Trophy for young talents at the Cannes Film Festival, where she had Diane Kruger as her sponsor.

Debicki had already worked on films like The great Gatsby – starring Leonardo DiCaprio – and Guardians of the Galaxy. But that day when Joe Alwyn, Taylor Swift’s partner, was also awarded, he highlighted his height: one meter ninety. One of his last projects was under the orders of Christopher Nolan. The director was about to do without the actress in Tenet, a science fiction and espionage film, because I had seen his performance in Widows and he thought it was an American interpreter, so he was not interested as he was looking for a British accent.

However, Nolan’s wife, Emma Thomas, managed to convince him to cast the young woman for her next film. He was amazed and went back to reviewing his previous work. “Elizabeth is one of those great actresses that when you catch your attention you realize that you saw her in many places, but you don’t realize that she is the same person. For someone as striking and interesting to see as her, her chameleon ability says a lot about her acting skills”, The filmmaker explained last month to the portal IndieWire, surprised by his test: “She came in and just blew everyone away.”

Lady Di greets the audience, before getting into a car.By: Rick Rycroft | AP

The creators of The Crown, which selected Debicki as the ideal candidate to remember the last years Diana of Wales, showing her divorce, her disputes with the crown and her death in an accident in Paris, which will be 23 years old on August 31. “The role requires a fearless actress to bring truth to this beloved icon but complex. Elizabeth had that perfect combination of star and vulnerability “, commented a worker of the series to the British newspaper The Sun, who recognized that her physical resemblance to the one who was the wife of Charles of England helped them decide for her. “When Elizabeth walked into the room, the producers were immediately impressed by an authentic force in his personality and his energy ”, added the same source.

For her part, the actress, who said she is a loyal follower of the series, considered it “an honor” to be chosen to put herself in the shoes of Lady Di in her last years of life. “The spirit of Princess Diana, her words and her actions live in the hearts of many. It is a true privilege and an honor to become part of this masterful series, which had me hooked from the first episode, “he said in a statement made public by the digital platform of The Crown. Something unimaginable if one takes into account that it seemed that his destiny was more directed to dance. Debicki, the oldest of three siblings, He was born in Paris and his family moved to Melbourne (Australia) When I was five years old.

Both his father, of Polish origin, and his mother, Australian of Irish descent, they were dancers and they held a future similar to their own for their daughter. But at the age of 16, she decided to change the course of her professional life: “I probably thought I was going to be a ballet dancer when I was younger, but when I reached a certain age I was more interested in acting ”, the interpreter recalled in the magazine Interview. Although he acknowledges that that training taught him “a lot of discipline.” The following year she was accepted into the Victorian College of the Arts, the University of Melbourne’s school of the arts, graduating in 2010.

For a few years he has lived in Los Angeles, focused on her career and very discreet about her private life. The Italian actress Isabella Rossellini, who came to describe her as a “mysterious” person, a qualifier that Debicki loved, recognized in turn that this enigmatic personality is lost within four seconds of meeting her. Director Susanne Bier, who worked with her on the series Infiltration, coincides in the intrigue that the actress arouses and highlights her “great sense of humor”, as she said in the magazine Variety. And the filmmaker should not be very misguided, since Debicki stated on some occasion that she would not mind doing more comedy, especially that she is “smart and fun.”

Debicki has a stage presence.  (Photo: AFP / Alberto Pizzoli)
Debicki has a stage presence. (Photo: AFP / Alberto Pizzoli)

Despite his elegant and distant image, Debicki stars in very funny anecdotes. In September 2019, she went to the Venice International Film Festival in a black dress with a cape, which was constantly moved by the wind. Finally Mick Jagger, Rolling Stones vocalist with whom he shared the screen in the film A masterpiece, helped him by holding the cape and placing it in such a way that It will not disturb the photograph of the cast.

Working with the singer was a dream come true for Debicki. “It was surreal. Mick is not just a legend, he is an icon. He is the Rolling Stones “, revealed the actress to Los Angeles Times, where he added: “What’s cooler than that? I didn’t even realize what a fan he was until I met him. ” At the gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York last year, she couldn’t hide her admiration for other celebrities either: “It was crazy. I was at the Met the whole time blatantly reaching out to people I’m obsessed with. ” Now she, albeit slowly, is becoming a celebrity and her role in The Crown It will be a big step in your career for sure. “I am constantly aware of how grateful I am and how lucky I am that what I do to earn a living give me real joy”.

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Elizabeth Debicki will be Lady Di in the last two seasons of “The Crown”

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Little by little the names of the actors who will play the members of the British royal family in the next seasons of The Crown, the series created by Peter Morgan that revives the reign of Elizabeth II. For the last two years of fiction Imelda Staunton will play the sovereign, Lesley Manville, Princess Margaret and Jonathan Pryce, the Duke of Edinburgh. This weekend the producers announced that for the role of Lady Di the chosen one It was Elizabeth Debicki. Her face is not one of the best known of the cast, but this Australian, who turned 30, is opening a niche in Hollywood. Two years ago she received the Chopard Trophy for young talents at the Cannes Film Festival, where she had Diane Kruger as her sponsor.

Debicki had already worked on films like The great Gatsby – starring Leonardo DiCaprio – and Guardians of the Galaxy. But that day when Joe Alwyn, Taylor Swift’s partner, was also awarded, he highlighted his height: one meter ninety. One of his last projects was under the orders of Christopher Nolan. The director was about to do without the actress in Tenet, a science fiction and espionage film, because I had seen his performance in Widows and he thought it was an American interpreter, so he was not interested as he was looking for a British accent.

However, Nolan’s wife, Emma Thomas, managed to convince him to cast the young woman for her next film. He was amazed and went back to reviewing his previous work. “Elizabeth is one of those great actresses that when you catch your attention you realize that you saw her in many places, but you don’t realize that she is the same person. For someone as striking and interesting to see as her, her chameleon ability says a lot about her acting skills”, The filmmaker explained last month to the portal IndieWire, surprised by his test: “She came in and just blew everyone away.”

Lady Di greets the audience, before getting into a car.By: Rick Rycroft | AP

The creators of The Crown, which selected Debicki as the ideal candidate to remember the last years Diana of Wales, showing her divorce, her disputes with the crown and her death in an accident in Paris, which will be 23 years old on August 31. “The role requires a fearless actress to bring truth to this beloved icon but complex. Elizabeth had that perfect combination of star and vulnerability “, commented a worker of the series to the British newspaper The Sun, who recognized that her physical resemblance to the one who was the wife of Charles of England helped them decide for her. “When Elizabeth walked into the room, the producers were immediately impressed by an authentic force in his personality and his energy ”, added the same source.

For her part, the actress, who said she is a loyal follower of the series, considered it “an honor” to be chosen to put herself in the shoes of Lady Di in her last years of life. “The spirit of Princess Diana, her words and her actions live in the hearts of many. It is a true privilege and an honor to become part of this masterful series, which had me hooked from the first episode, “he said in a statement made public by the digital platform of The Crown. Something unimaginable if one takes into account that it seemed that his destiny was more directed to dance. Debicki, the oldest of three siblings, He was born in Paris and his family moved to Melbourne (Australia) When I was five years old.

Both his father, of Polish origin, and his mother, Australian of Irish descent, they were dancers and they held a future similar to their own for their daughter. But at the age of 16, she decided to change the course of her professional life: “I probably thought I was going to be a ballet dancer when I was younger, but when I reached a certain age I was more interested in acting ”, the interpreter recalled in the magazine Interview. Although he acknowledges that that training taught him “a lot of discipline.” The following year she was accepted into the Victorian College of the Arts, the University of Melbourne’s school of the arts, graduating in 2010.

For a few years he has lived in Los Angeles, focused on her career and very discreet about her private life. The Italian actress Isabella Rossellini, who came to describe her as a “mysterious” person, a qualifier that Debicki loved, recognized in turn that this enigmatic personality is lost within four seconds of meeting her. Director Susanne Bier, who worked with her on the series Infiltration, coincides in the intrigue that the actress arouses and highlights her “great sense of humor”, as she said in the magazine Variety. And the filmmaker should not be very misguided, since Debicki stated on some occasion that she would not mind doing more comedy, especially that she is “smart and fun.”

Debicki has a stage presence.  (Photo: AFP / Alberto Pizzoli)
Debicki has a stage presence. (Photo: AFP / Alberto Pizzoli)

Despite his elegant and distant image, Debicki stars in very funny anecdotes. In September 2019, she went to the Venice International Film Festival in a black dress with a cape, which was constantly moved by the wind. Finally Mick Jagger, Rolling Stones vocalist with whom he shared the screen in the film A masterpiece, helped him by holding the cape and placing it in such a way that It will not disturb the photograph of the cast.

Working with the singer was a dream come true for Debicki. “It was surreal. Mick is not just a legend, he is an icon. He is the Rolling Stones “, revealed the actress to Los Angeles Times, where he added: “What’s cooler than that? I didn’t even realize what a fan he was until I met him. ” At the gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York last year, she couldn’t hide her admiration for other celebrities either: “It was crazy. I was at the Met the whole time blatantly reaching out to people I’m obsessed with. ” Now she, albeit slowly, is becoming a celebrity and her role in The Crown It will be a big step in your career for sure. “I am constantly aware of how grateful I am and how lucky I am that what I do to earn a living give me real joy”.

.

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Elizabeth Debicki will be Lady Di in the last two seasons of “The Crown”

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Hugh Jackman He is one of the most popular actors in recent years. Fame came to him thanks to the role of Wolverine (Wolverine), but he has also managed to handle himself very well in the musical and demonstrate a versatility that some may not have trusted when he became the popular Marvel superhero.

The actor celebrated his 53rd birthday this October 12 and at Espinof we wanted to take the opportunity to review what I consider to be the 13 best films of his career, focusing on those in which it has an important role. I leave you with them.

‘X-Men’ (2000)

There are those who prefer the second installment to the original, but it is not my case – although it would not have been out of tune on this list either. Here Bryan Singer knew how to build this mutant universe very well with a serious approach that would leave its mark on similar proposals. One of the film’s greatest finds was Jackman’s genius discovery as an unforgettable Wolverine.

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All the films of the 'X-Men' saga ordered from worst to best

‘Operation Swordfish’ (2001)

Swordfish

A somewhat forgotten action film today in which Jackman began to show that he had what it takes to head a production of these characteristics. With its flaws, it is a frenetic pastime that does not give the viewer respite and that also takes advantage of that evil side that John Travolta explored on several occasions after recovering the lost fame thanks to ‘Pulp Fiction’.

Criticism in Espinof

‘The Fountain of Life’ (‘The Fountain of Life’, 2006)

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The same year that the much criticized ‘X-Men: The Final Decision’ was released, Jackman released several films – it was the most prolific year of his career – demonstrating a great versatility that prevented Hollywood from ending up pigeonholing him. In his applauded collaboration with Darren Aronofsky, he knows how to convey very well all the painful process his character goes through in this fantastic film around life and death.

Criticism in Espinof

‘Scoop’ (2006)

Scoop

A nice hobby with the Woody Allen stamp. It is not, far from it, one of his works, but he stays true to his style, enhancing his more casual side, it is always appreciated to see the filmmaker in front of the cameras and both Jackman and Scarlett Johansson comply with solvency.

Criticism in Espinof

‘The final trick (The prestige)’ (‘The Prestige’, 2006)

Final trick

His first and only collaboration to date with Christopher Nolan revolves around the magnetic rivalry between two wizards who were once great friends. Great his interpretive duel with Christian Bale in one of those rare films that one enjoys even more with each new viewing.

Criticism in Espinof

All Christopher Nolan movies ordered from worst to best

‘Pure Steel’ (‘Real Steel’, 2011)

Pure steel

On paper it seems like a youth entertainment without many attractions and when I saw it I left thinking that it was worth to pass the time and little else. However, this film directed by Shawn Levy and supported by an inspired Jackman, has a particular charm, especially in battles with robots, which makes you enjoy it and remember it fondly whenever you think of it despite its obvious limitations.

Criticism in Espinof

‘Prisioneros’ (‘Prisoners’, 2013)

Prisoners

An intense thriller built through a great work of staging by Denis Villeneuve to build an atmosphere that grabs you from the beginning and that is in line with the desperation of the character very well played by Jackman to try to locate his son. Of course, he is not the only one that shines, because other members of the cast like Jake Gyllenhaal or Paul Dano are also great.

Criticism in Espinof

‘Los miserables’ (‘Les Miserables’, 2012)

Miserables

I am not in love with this film and at first viewing it caused me to be indifferent for most of its footage. Then my opinion has changed slightly, partly because of the work of its cast, although I still am not enthusiastic. The best thing about the show is Anne Hathaway in her brief role, but the efforts of Jackman and the much-criticized Russell Crowe are also worth noting.

Criticism in Espinof

The 21 best music movies of all time

‘Eddie el águila’ (‘Eddie the Eagle’, 2015)

Aguila

A movie clearly thinking to take advantage of the pull of a Taron Egerton recently discovered in the wonderful ‘Kingsman: Secret Service’. A remarkable feel good movie supported by the charm of its main character, although it is fair to admit that of the rest of the characters Jackman is the only one who has one with a certain entity.

Criticism in Espinof

‘Logan’ (2017)

Logan

My idea in these lists is to always include only one movie per franchise, but Wolverine had his own trilogy of independent films whose interest went from less to more until he reached greatness with this excellent farewell to the character that has marked Jackman’s career. .

Criticism in Espinof

The 29 best superhero movies of the decade (2010-2019)

‘El gran showman’ (‘The Greatest Showman’, 2017)

Showman

An overwhelming musical that it is true that it has a certain tendency towards the superficial, something that more than compensates by combining a great show with a great rhythm to hook you from the first moment and keep you hypnotized until the end. Nor should we forget the key contribution of Jackman to give a greater unity to the whole.

Criticism in Espinof

‘El candidato ‘ (‘The Front Runner’, 2018)

Candidate

A solvent biopic in which Jackman hits the mark when portraying a brilliant politician professionally but with certain shadows on a personal level. A more determined approach would have been appreciated – it raises interesting things but does not really develop them – but the actor elevates the film and partly compensates for its weaknesses.

Criticism in Espinof

‘The scam’ (‘Bad Education’, 2019)

Hugh Jackman gives us here the best interpretation of his career, being a shame that he has been left without a possible Oscar nomination for having premiered directly on HBO. Again, he tackles a striking real case, but here he knows how to wonderfully balance his concern for the institute’s prestige with the enormous degree of corruption that he ended up accepting.

Criticism in Espinof

Bonus track

Origin Guardians

Jackman too has lent her voice in various animated productions but I have preferred not to include them in the list because they would probably monopolize too much presence in it. Specifically, we could hear him in the original version of titles such as’ Happy Feet ‘,’ Ratónpolis’, ‘The origin of the guardians’ and’ Mr. Link. The lost origin ‘.

All of them had a good critical reception and it is worth taking a look at them, but personally I would like to highlight ‘The origin of the guardians’, since this kind of Christmas-themed Avengers is a film to discover that I will not tire of claiming.

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
The 13 best Hugh Jackman movies

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Hugh Jackman He is one of the most popular actors in recent years. Fame came to him thanks to the role of Wolverine (Wolverine), but he has also managed to handle himself very well in the musical and demonstrate a versatility that some may not have trusted when he became the popular Marvel superhero.

The actor celebrated his 53rd birthday this October 12 and at Espinof we wanted to take the opportunity to review what I consider to be the 13 best films of his career, focusing on those in which it has an important role. I leave you with them.

‘X-Men’ (2000)

There are those who prefer the second installment to the original, but it is not my case – although it would not have been out of tune on this list either. Here Bryan Singer knew how to build this mutant universe very well with a serious approach that would leave its mark on similar proposals. One of the film’s greatest finds was Jackman’s genius discovery as an unforgettable Wolverine.

Criticism in Espinof

All the films of the 'X-Men' saga ordered from worst to best

‘Operation Swordfish’ (2001)

Swordfish

A somewhat forgotten action film today in which Jackman began to show that he had what it takes to head a production of these characteristics. With its flaws, it is a frenetic pastime that does not give the viewer respite and that also takes advantage of that evil side that John Travolta explored on several occasions after recovering the lost fame thanks to ‘Pulp Fiction’.

Criticism in Espinof

‘The Fountain of Life’ (‘The Fountain of Life’, 2006)

Source

The same year that the much criticized ‘X-Men: The Final Decision’ was released, Jackman released several films – it was the most prolific year of his career – demonstrating a great versatility that prevented Hollywood from ending up pigeonholing him. In his applauded collaboration with Darren Aronofsky, he knows how to convey very well all the painful process his character goes through in this fantastic film around life and death.

Criticism in Espinof

‘Scoop’ (2006)

Scoop

A nice hobby with the Woody Allen stamp. It is not, far from it, one of his works, but he stays true to his style, enhancing his more casual side, it is always appreciated to see the filmmaker in front of the cameras and both Jackman and Scarlett Johansson comply with solvency.

Criticism in Espinof

‘The final trick (The prestige)’ (‘The Prestige’, 2006)

Final trick

His first and only collaboration to date with Christopher Nolan revolves around the magnetic rivalry between two wizards who were once great friends. Great his interpretive duel with Christian Bale in one of those rare films that one enjoys even more with each new viewing.

Criticism in Espinof

All Christopher Nolan movies ordered from worst to best

‘Pure Steel’ (‘Real Steel’, 2011)

Pure steel

On paper it seems like a youth entertainment without many attractions and when I saw it I left thinking that it was worth to pass the time and little else. However, this film directed by Shawn Levy and supported by an inspired Jackman, has a particular charm, especially in battles with robots, which makes you enjoy it and remember it fondly whenever you think of it despite its obvious limitations.

Criticism in Espinof

‘Prisioneros’ (‘Prisoners’, 2013)

Prisoners

An intense thriller built through a great work of staging by Denis Villeneuve to build an atmosphere that grabs you from the beginning and that is in line with the desperation of the character very well played by Jackman to try to locate his son. Of course, he is not the only one that shines, because other members of the cast like Jake Gyllenhaal or Paul Dano are also great.

Criticism in Espinof

‘Los miserables’ (‘Les Miserables’, 2012)

Miserables

I am not in love with this film and at first viewing it caused me to be indifferent for most of its footage. Then my opinion has changed slightly, partly because of the work of its cast, although I still am not enthusiastic. The best thing about the show is Anne Hathaway in her brief role, but the efforts of Jackman and the much-criticized Russell Crowe are also worth noting.

Criticism in Espinof

The 21 best music movies of all time

‘Eddie el águila’ (‘Eddie the Eagle’, 2015)

Aguila

A movie clearly thinking to take advantage of the pull of a Taron Egerton recently discovered in the wonderful ‘Kingsman: Secret Service’. A remarkable feel good movie supported by the charm of its main character, although it is fair to admit that of the rest of the characters Jackman is the only one who has one with a certain entity.

Criticism in Espinof

‘Logan’ (2017)

Logan

My idea in these lists is to always include only one movie per franchise, but Wolverine had his own trilogy of independent films whose interest went from less to more until he reached greatness with this excellent farewell to the character that has marked Jackman’s career. .

Criticism in Espinof

The 29 best superhero movies of the decade (2010-2019)

‘El gran showman’ (‘The Greatest Showman’, 2017)

Showman

An overwhelming musical that it is true that it has a certain tendency towards the superficial, something that more than compensates by combining a great show with a great rhythm to hook you from the first moment and keep you hypnotized until the end. Nor should we forget the key contribution of Jackman to give a greater unity to the whole.

Criticism in Espinof

‘El candidato ‘ (‘The Front Runner’, 2018)

Candidate

A solvent biopic in which Jackman hits the mark when portraying a brilliant politician professionally but with certain shadows on a personal level. A more determined approach would have been appreciated – it raises interesting things but does not really develop them – but the actor elevates the film and partly compensates for its weaknesses.

Criticism in Espinof

‘The scam’ (‘Bad Education’, 2019)

Hugh Jackman gives us here the best interpretation of his career, being a shame that he has been left without a possible Oscar nomination for having premiered directly on HBO. Again, he tackles a striking real case, but here he knows how to wonderfully balance his concern for the institute’s prestige with the enormous degree of corruption that he ended up accepting.

Criticism in Espinof

Bonus track

Origin Guardians

Jackman too has lent her voice in various animated productions but I have preferred not to include them in the list because they would probably monopolize too much presence in it. Specifically, we could hear him in the original version of titles such as’ Happy Feet ‘,’ Ratónpolis’, ‘The origin of the guardians’ and’ Mr. Link. The lost origin ‘.

All of them had a good critical reception and it is worth taking a look at them, but personally I would like to highlight ‘The origin of the guardians’, since this kind of Christmas-themed Avengers is a film to discover that I will not tire of claiming.

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
The 13 best Hugh Jackman movies

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There are friendships that arise when you need them the most, so their arrival marks a before and after in life. No matter how long this relationship lasts, if it is honest and true, it will be able to transcend any time and space. Otherwise, if it lacks sincerity, it cannot possibly be real.

That is the premise with which it starts Dead to me, a dark comedy series –composed of 10 episodes– which will premiere this Friday, May 3. The story, written by Liz Feldman (2 Broke Girls) it signifies the return of actress Christina Applegate, who shares plot credits with Linda Cardellini, James Marsden and Ed Asner.

It all starts with Jen (Christina Applegate), a sarcastic widow who is determined to solve the recent murder of her husband, so she begins her own investigation to find those responsible for the unexpected event. However, he believes that to achieve his goal and do it with a “cool head” he must also gradually overcome his grief.

At the other end of the story is Judy (Linda Cardellini), an optimistic and free-spirited woman who also suffered a loss recently. After the two meet in a support group, they strike up a friendship, despite being completely opposite, so they feel that the process will be much more bearable.

Their strategy to overcome their duels will be to tell each other everything about their lives, accompanied by a huge number of bottles of wine and the occasional cookie. As the days go by, Judy tries to protect Jen from a devastating secret that can completely transform her realities.

Applegate’s starring role in the new Netflix original production breaks the actress’s seven-year absence from a series regular role – the last was in Up All Night– so her performance as Jen has generated great expectations. Some media like Indiewire claim that it is one of their best performances so far.

“Jen’s character defines herself as the white wine vigilante, after her husband’s murder. While Netflix lists Dead to me As a dark comedy, its plot and the way the story is approached point more to the drama genre. Together with Linda Cardellini, the actress Christina Applegate manages to entertain the public with her performance ”, the specialized medium reviewed.

For her part, the American not only stars in this story, but is also one of the executive producers of the show. As she told different international media, what completely caught her in this story was how well structured the script is, so she knew it was a role she didn’t want to let go of.

If you are one of the fans of Christina Applegate, you still remember her for her Kelly Bundy character in Married with kidsYou won’t have to wait until Friday to see it on screen again, as Netflix offers you these options to catch up on some of your work:

Serie: Friends

Film: The sweetest thing

Film: Anchorman 2

Film: The rebellious mothers club

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Netflix removes actress Christina Applegate from the trunk of memories

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There are friendships that arise when you need them the most, so their arrival marks a before and after in life. No matter how long this relationship lasts, if it is honest and true, it will be able to transcend any time and space. Otherwise, if it lacks sincerity, it cannot possibly be real.

That is the premise with which it starts Dead to me, a dark comedy series –composed of 10 episodes– which will premiere this Friday, May 3. The story, written by Liz Feldman (2 Broke Girls) it signifies the return of actress Christina Applegate, who shares plot credits with Linda Cardellini, James Marsden and Ed Asner.

It all starts with Jen (Christina Applegate), a sarcastic widow who is determined to solve the recent murder of her husband, so she begins her own investigation to find those responsible for the unexpected event. However, he believes that to achieve his goal and do it with a “cool head” he must also gradually overcome his grief.

At the other end of the story is Judy (Linda Cardellini), an optimistic and free-spirited woman who also suffered a loss recently. After the two meet in a support group, they strike up a friendship, despite being completely opposite, so they feel that the process will be much more bearable.

Their strategy to overcome their duels will be to tell each other everything about their lives, accompanied by a huge number of bottles of wine and the occasional cookie. As the days go by, Judy tries to protect Jen from a devastating secret that can completely transform her realities.

Applegate’s starring role in the new Netflix original production breaks the actress’s seven-year absence from a series regular role – the last was in Up All Night– so her performance as Jen has generated great expectations. Some media like Indiewire claim that it is one of their best performances so far.

“Jen’s character defines herself as the white wine vigilante, after her husband’s murder. While Netflix lists Dead to me As a dark comedy, its plot and the way the story is approached point more to the drama genre. Together with Linda Cardellini, the actress Christina Applegate manages to entertain the public with her performance ”, the specialized medium reviewed.

For her part, the American not only stars in this story, but is also one of the executive producers of the show. As she told different international media, what completely caught her in this story was how well structured the script is, so she knew it was a role she didn’t want to let go of.

If you are one of the fans of Christina Applegate, you still remember her for her Kelly Bundy character in Married with kidsYou won’t have to wait until Friday to see it on screen again, as Netflix offers you these options to catch up on some of your work:

Serie: Friends

Film: The sweetest thing

Film: Anchorman 2

Film: The rebellious mothers club

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Netflix removes actress Christina Applegate from the trunk of memories

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Fall festival season started on September 1 with Venice and flies full force to a close this week when London and Busan wrap, taking in everything from Toronto, Telluride, San Sebastian and the New York film festival in between.

This fully physical 2021 fall festival drop has left plenty to feast on, from titles that are clearly grooming themselves to enter the awards corridor, to some arthouse treasures which may have escaped immediate attention but won’t stay silent for long. Screen’s critics have called out the ones to watch this year.

Awards contenders

Belfast

To you. Kenneth Branagh
Our critic said: “Engaging, tender film-making which tugs at the heart-strings, spurred by a sympathetic cast and the young lead, newcomer Jude Hill.”
Read our review

C’mon C’mon

To you. Mike Mills
Our critic said: “Joaquin Phoenix shines in Mike Mills’ unsentimental exploration of strained family dynamics.”
Read our review

Cyrano

To you. Joe Wright
Our critic said: “Peter Dinklage steals the show in Joe Wright’s musical version of the classic text.”
Read our review

The Eyes Of Tammy Faye

To you. Michael Showalter
Our critic said: “Jessica Chastain gives a big-hearted performance as Tammy Faye, never judging the tabloid fixture who was widely mocked for her appearance, cartoonish voice and lavish lifestyle.”
Read our review

The Hand of God

To you. Paolo Sorrentino
Our critic said: “Paolo Sorrentino delivers a highly personal memoir that truly breathes on the big screen.”
Read our review

King Richard

To you. Reinaldo Marcus Green
Our critic said: “Guided by strong, complicated performances from Will Smith and Aunjanue Ellis, who play Richard and his long-suffering wife Brandy, director Reinaldo Marcus Green’s drama works best when it pushes against genre conventions.”
Read our review

The Lost Daughter

To you. Maggie Gyllenhaal
Our critic said: “This sinuous adaptation of the novel by Elena Ferrante marks a supremely confident feature directing debut from Maggie Gyllenhaal.”
Read our review

The Power Of The Dog

To you. Jane Campion
Our critic said: “Jane Campion goes full American Gothic with a 1920s-set story that feels like an old-school Western filtered through the dark dramatic mindset of a William Faulkner.”
Read our review

Spencer

To you. Pablo Larrain
Our critic said: ”The film plays with and deconstructs the familiar repertoire of Diana myths and images to offer an empathetic, intelligent insight into the prison of fame and privilege, with Kristen Stewart offering a lead performance that is brittle, tender, sometimes playful and not a little uncanny.”
Read our review

The Tragedy Of Macbeth

To you. Joel coen
Our critic said: “As Macbeth, Washington is both fierce and weary; as Lady Macbeth – a woman who doesn’t even have a name to call her own – McDormand is ravenous and determined.”
Read our review

Critical favourites

Benediction

Benediction

To you. Terence Davies
Our critic said: “The life of the poet Siegfried Sassoon (played by Jack Lowden, and, as an older man, Peter Capaldi) is explored in this suitably lyrical portrait.”
Read our review

The Card Counter

To you. Paul Schrader
Our critic said: “A film that continues the second, third or fourth coming (opinions differ) of the 75-year-old director.”
Read our review

The Good Boss

To you. Fernando Leon de Aranoa
Our critic said: “It’s Javier Bardem’s show as he reunites with Fernando Leon de Aranoa for this parable of power in a provincial Spanish town.”
Read our review

Happening

To you. Audrey Diwan
Our critic said: “Venice competition title Happening is uncompromising in its depiction of what French women who wanted to terminate a pregnancy were forced to go through before abortion was legalised in 1975.”
Read our review

The Humans

To you. Stephen Karam
Our critic said: “An unsettling, tightly-acted comedy/drama from Stephen Karam, adapting his own stage play.”
Read our review

Lost Illusions

To you. Xavier Giannoli
Our critic said: “An opulent take on Balzac’s sprawling novel.”
Read our review

Madeline Collins

To you. Antoine Barraud
Our critic said: “Virginie Efira’s central performance carries Antoine Barraud’s intriguing, cleverly structured psychological thriller.”
Read our review

Official Competition

Dirs. Gastón Duprat, Mariano Cohn.
Our critic said: “Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz unite with Oscar Martinez for this bitingly funny film world send-up.”
Read our review

The Rescue

Dirs. Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi, Jimmy Chin
Our critic said: “Free Solo wife and husband directors Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin are forensic in the detail they provide and the range of testimonies they have assembled; the result is a tense, absorbing documentary with a strong emotional charge.”
Read our review

The Tender Bar

To you. George Clooney
Our critic said: “Familiar qualities are mitigated by touching passages and a collection of unfussy, lived-in performances, including that of Ben Affleck.”
Read our review

True Things

To you. Harry Wootliff
Our critic said: “The UK’s Harry Wootliff expands her range to a dazzling degree with her immersive second feature – an intoxicating tale of a woman and the wrong man in a rundown seaside town is adventurously delivered.”
Read our review

Off the beaten track

'24'

24

To you. Royston Tan
Our critic said: “Utterly delightful on a scene-by-scene basis as characters are vividly sketched through glimpses of life, work, and artistic pursuits.”
Read our review

7 Prisoners

To you. Alexandre Moratto
Our critic said: “This impressive feature takes the topic of modern-day enslavement as a jumping-off point for a morality tale which gets increasingly knotty and satisfying as it goes on.”
Read our review

As In Heaven

To you. Tea Lindeburg
Our critic said: “An ambitious calling card from the Danish TV director, and technically accomplished in what it sets out to do.”
Read our review

Carajita

Dirs. Silvina Schnicer, Ulises Porra
Our critic said: “The agonies of the Caribbean’s colonial legacy are examined with aesthetic elegance and unsettling elusiveness the second feature by this Argentinian-Spanish writing/directing duo.”
Read our review

Fever Dream

To you. Claudia llosa
Our critic said: “A primal story about our dangerously blasé relationship with the natural world, Fever Dream is ripe for these epidemic times.”
Read our review

Full Time

To you. Eric Gravel
Our critic said:Call My Agent star Laure Calamy delivers a sympathetic but nerve-flaying performance in this propulsively intense piece of filmmaking.”
Read our review

The Mad Woman’s Ball

To you. Melanie Laurent
Our critic said: “A lavish Gallic gothic thriller largely set in Paris’ infamous Salpetriere hospital, this s a strikingly beautiful production which delves deep into the ugliness at the roots of psychiatric medicine.”
Read our review

Miracle

To you. Bogdan George Apetri
Our critic said: “The second in a planned trilogy, Bodgan George Apetri’s gripping, white-knuckle morality tale divides neatly between incident and investigation.”
Read our review

Montana Story

Dirs. Scott McGehee & David Siegel
Our critic said: “The gentle modesty of Montana Story belies the emotional wallop of this study of a sister and brother returning home to face a dying father and an unresolved past.”
Read our review

" } ["summary"]=> string(652) "Fall festival season started on September 1 with Venice and flies full force to a close this week when London and Busan wrap, taking in everything from Toronto, Telluride, San Sebastian and the New York film festival in between. This fully physical 2021 fall festival drop has left plenty to feast on, from titles that ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(12236) "

Fall festival season started on September 1 with Venice and flies full force to a close this week when London and Busan wrap, taking in everything from Toronto, Telluride, San Sebastian and the New York film festival in between.

This fully physical 2021 fall festival drop has left plenty to feast on, from titles that are clearly grooming themselves to enter the awards corridor, to some arthouse treasures which may have escaped immediate attention but won’t stay silent for long. Screen’s critics have called out the ones to watch this year.

Awards contenders

Belfast

To you. Kenneth Branagh
Our critic said: “Engaging, tender film-making which tugs at the heart-strings, spurred by a sympathetic cast and the young lead, newcomer Jude Hill.”
Read our review

C’mon C’mon

To you. Mike Mills
Our critic said: “Joaquin Phoenix shines in Mike Mills’ unsentimental exploration of strained family dynamics.”
Read our review

Cyrano

To you. Joe Wright
Our critic said: “Peter Dinklage steals the show in Joe Wright’s musical version of the classic text.”
Read our review

The Eyes Of Tammy Faye

To you. Michael Showalter
Our critic said: “Jessica Chastain gives a big-hearted performance as Tammy Faye, never judging the tabloid fixture who was widely mocked for her appearance, cartoonish voice and lavish lifestyle.”
Read our review

The Hand of God

To you. Paolo Sorrentino
Our critic said: “Paolo Sorrentino delivers a highly personal memoir that truly breathes on the big screen.”
Read our review

King Richard

To you. Reinaldo Marcus Green
Our critic said: “Guided by strong, complicated performances from Will Smith and Aunjanue Ellis, who play Richard and his long-suffering wife Brandy, director Reinaldo Marcus Green’s drama works best when it pushes against genre conventions.”
Read our review

The Lost Daughter

To you. Maggie Gyllenhaal
Our critic said: “This sinuous adaptation of the novel by Elena Ferrante marks a supremely confident feature directing debut from Maggie Gyllenhaal.”
Read our review

The Power Of The Dog

To you. Jane Campion
Our critic said: “Jane Campion goes full American Gothic with a 1920s-set story that feels like an old-school Western filtered through the dark dramatic mindset of a William Faulkner.”
Read our review

Spencer

To you. Pablo Larrain
Our critic said: ”The film plays with and deconstructs the familiar repertoire of Diana myths and images to offer an empathetic, intelligent insight into the prison of fame and privilege, with Kristen Stewart offering a lead performance that is brittle, tender, sometimes playful and not a little uncanny.”
Read our review

The Tragedy Of Macbeth

To you. Joel coen
Our critic said: “As Macbeth, Washington is both fierce and weary; as Lady Macbeth – a woman who doesn’t even have a name to call her own – McDormand is ravenous and determined.”
Read our review

Critical favourites

Benediction

Benediction

To you. Terence Davies
Our critic said: “The life of the poet Siegfried Sassoon (played by Jack Lowden, and, as an older man, Peter Capaldi) is explored in this suitably lyrical portrait.”
Read our review

The Card Counter

To you. Paul Schrader
Our critic said: “A film that continues the second, third or fourth coming (opinions differ) of the 75-year-old director.”
Read our review

The Good Boss

To you. Fernando Leon de Aranoa
Our critic said: “It’s Javier Bardem’s show as he reunites with Fernando Leon de Aranoa for this parable of power in a provincial Spanish town.”
Read our review

Happening

To you. Audrey Diwan
Our critic said: “Venice competition title Happening is uncompromising in its depiction of what French women who wanted to terminate a pregnancy were forced to go through before abortion was legalised in 1975.”
Read our review

The Humans

To you. Stephen Karam
Our critic said: “An unsettling, tightly-acted comedy/drama from Stephen Karam, adapting his own stage play.”
Read our review

Lost Illusions

To you. Xavier Giannoli
Our critic said: “An opulent take on Balzac’s sprawling novel.”
Read our review

Madeline Collins

To you. Antoine Barraud
Our critic said: “Virginie Efira’s central performance carries Antoine Barraud’s intriguing, cleverly structured psychological thriller.”
Read our review

Official Competition

Dirs. Gastón Duprat, Mariano Cohn.
Our critic said: “Antonio Banderas and Penelope Cruz unite with Oscar Martinez for this bitingly funny film world send-up.”
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The Rescue

Dirs. Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi, Jimmy Chin
Our critic said: “Free Solo wife and husband directors Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin are forensic in the detail they provide and the range of testimonies they have assembled; the result is a tense, absorbing documentary with a strong emotional charge.”
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The Tender Bar

To you. George Clooney
Our critic said: “Familiar qualities are mitigated by touching passages and a collection of unfussy, lived-in performances, including that of Ben Affleck.”
Read our review

True Things

To you. Harry Wootliff
Our critic said: “The UK’s Harry Wootliff expands her range to a dazzling degree with her immersive second feature – an intoxicating tale of a woman and the wrong man in a rundown seaside town is adventurously delivered.”
Read our review

Off the beaten track

'24'

24

To you. Royston Tan
Our critic said: “Utterly delightful on a scene-by-scene basis as characters are vividly sketched through glimpses of life, work, and artistic pursuits.”
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7 Prisoners

To you. Alexandre Moratto
Our critic said: “This impressive feature takes the topic of modern-day enslavement as a jumping-off point for a morality tale which gets increasingly knotty and satisfying as it goes on.”
Read our review

As In Heaven

To you. Tea Lindeburg
Our critic said: “An ambitious calling card from the Danish TV director, and technically accomplished in what it sets out to do.”
Read our review

Carajita

Dirs. Silvina Schnicer, Ulises Porra
Our critic said: “The agonies of the Caribbean’s colonial legacy are examined with aesthetic elegance and unsettling elusiveness the second feature by this Argentinian-Spanish writing/directing duo.”
Read our review

Fever Dream

To you. Claudia llosa
Our critic said: “A primal story about our dangerously blasé relationship with the natural world, Fever Dream is ripe for these epidemic times.”
Read our review

Full Time

To you. Eric Gravel
Our critic said:Call My Agent star Laure Calamy delivers a sympathetic but nerve-flaying performance in this propulsively intense piece of filmmaking.”
Read our review

The Mad Woman’s Ball

To you. Melanie Laurent
Our critic said: “A lavish Gallic gothic thriller largely set in Paris’ infamous Salpetriere hospital, this s a strikingly beautiful production which delves deep into the ugliness at the roots of psychiatric medicine.”
Read our review

Miracle

To you. Bogdan George Apetri
Our critic said: “The second in a planned trilogy, Bodgan George Apetri’s gripping, white-knuckle morality tale divides neatly between incident and investigation.”
Read our review

Montana Story

Dirs. Scott McGehee & David Siegel
Our critic said: “The gentle modesty of Montana Story belies the emotional wallop of this study of a sister and brother returning home to face a dying father and an unresolved past.”
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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634413248) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(56) "Wheel of Time Soundtrack Releases First Track Al’Naito" ["link"]=> string(89) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/wheel-of-time-soundtrack-releases-first-track-alnaito/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 16 Oct 2021 19:39:05 +0000" ["category"]=> string(47) "TrendingAlNaitoReleasessoundtrackTimeTrackWheel" ["guid"]=> string(89) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/wheel-of-time-soundtrack-releases-first-track-alnaito/" ["description"]=> string(634) "The first song from the soundtrack for the upcoming Amazon series The Wheel of Time has been released, providing fans eagerly waiting for the adaptation of the popular novel series their first listen of what the series’ soundscape will consist of. The song is named “Al’Naito” and is composed by Grammy winner and BAFTA and ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(9166) "

The first song from the soundtrack for the upcoming Amazon series The Wheel of Time has been released, providing fans eagerly waiting for the adaptation of the popular novel series their first listen of what the series’ soundscape will consist of. The song is named “Al’Naito” and is composed by Grammy winner and BAFTA and Emmy nominated composer Lorne Balfe. The first season of The Wheel of Time will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on November 19.

“Al’Naito” carries many familiar motifs from other pieces that are meant for the fantasy genre, though the greater thing to pull from the song is how it ties into the narrative of the original novel. The title of the piece can roughly be translated to “From the Flame,” which could be a reference to “the Flame of Tar Valon,” the name of the sixth episode of the upcoming first season of the show as well as an important symbol in the original novels.

Balfe also released an image with the song’s lyrics, which skilled fans have already translated from the “Old Tongue” of the Wheel of Time‘s universe.

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Image via Amazon

RELATED: ‘The Wheel of Time’ Recasts Mat Cauthon Role for Season 2 of Amazon Series

Balfe is a Scottish composer that has worked alongside a number of the biggest composers such as Hans Zimmer as well as on some of the biggest movies and video games, such as Mission Impossible: Fallout, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, and Assassin’s Creed Revelations, these latter two being nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Original Music. He has also been nominated for these awards for his work on Assassin’s Creed 3 and Beyond Two Souls. He won a GRAMMY Award for Best Score Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media alongside Zimmer and James Newton Howard for his work on The Dark Knight.

Balfe was announced to be joining The Wheel of Time as its composer back in early September, replacing David Buckley, who decided to step away from the project in 2020. Amazon’s The Wheel of Time adaptation is also set to star Rosamund Pike, Barney Harris (who will be replaced by Dónal Finn in the already announced second season), Zoë Robins, Daniel Henney, Madeleine Madden, Marcus Rutherford, and Josha Stradowski.

The first season of The Wheel of Time will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on November 19. Listen to the preview of the first song by Balfe for The Wheel in Time‘s soundtrack, titled “Al’Naito,” and read the upcoming series synopsis down below:

‘The Wheel of Time’ is one of the most popular and enduring fantasy series of all time, with more than 90 million books sold. Set in a sprawling, epic world where magic exists and only certain women are allowed to access it, the story follows Moiraine, a member of the incredibly powerful all-female organization called the Aes Sedai, as she arrives in the small town of Two Rivers. There, she embarks on a dangerous, world-spanning journey with five young men and women, one of whom is prophesied to be the Dragon Reborn, who will either save or destroy humanity.

KEEP READING: ‘The Wheel of Time’ Season 1 Clip Reveals Moiraine and Lan’s Big Entrance


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" } ["summary"]=> string(634) "The first song from the soundtrack for the upcoming Amazon series The Wheel of Time has been released, providing fans eagerly waiting for the adaptation of the popular novel series their first listen of what the series’ soundscape will consist of. The song is named “Al’Naito” and is composed by Grammy winner and BAFTA and ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(9166) "

The first song from the soundtrack for the upcoming Amazon series The Wheel of Time has been released, providing fans eagerly waiting for the adaptation of the popular novel series their first listen of what the series’ soundscape will consist of. The song is named “Al’Naito” and is composed by Grammy winner and BAFTA and Emmy nominated composer Lorne Balfe. The first season of The Wheel of Time will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on November 19.

“Al’Naito” carries many familiar motifs from other pieces that are meant for the fantasy genre, though the greater thing to pull from the song is how it ties into the narrative of the original novel. The title of the piece can roughly be translated to “From the Flame,” which could be a reference to “the Flame of Tar Valon,” the name of the sixth episode of the upcoming first season of the show as well as an important symbol in the original novels.

Balfe also released an image with the song’s lyrics, which skilled fans have already translated from the “Old Tongue” of the Wheel of Time‘s universe.

the-wheel-of-time-rosamund-pike-social-featured

Image via Amazon

RELATED: ‘The Wheel of Time’ Recasts Mat Cauthon Role for Season 2 of Amazon Series

Balfe is a Scottish composer that has worked alongside a number of the biggest composers such as Hans Zimmer as well as on some of the biggest movies and video games, such as Mission Impossible: Fallout, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2, and Assassin’s Creed Revelations, these latter two being nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Original Music. He has also been nominated for these awards for his work on Assassin’s Creed 3 and Beyond Two Souls. He won a GRAMMY Award for Best Score Soundtrack Album For Motion Picture, Television Or Other Visual Media alongside Zimmer and James Newton Howard for his work on The Dark Knight.

Balfe was announced to be joining The Wheel of Time as its composer back in early September, replacing David Buckley, who decided to step away from the project in 2020. Amazon’s The Wheel of Time adaptation is also set to star Rosamund Pike, Barney Harris (who will be replaced by Dónal Finn in the already announced second season), Zoë Robins, Daniel Henney, Madeleine Madden, Marcus Rutherford, and Josha Stradowski.

The first season of The Wheel of Time will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on November 19. Listen to the preview of the first song by Balfe for The Wheel in Time‘s soundtrack, titled “Al’Naito,” and read the upcoming series synopsis down below:

‘The Wheel of Time’ is one of the most popular and enduring fantasy series of all time, with more than 90 million books sold. Set in a sprawling, epic world where magic exists and only certain women are allowed to access it, the story follows Moiraine, a member of the incredibly powerful all-female organization called the Aes Sedai, as she arrives in the small town of Two Rivers. There, she embarks on a dangerous, world-spanning journey with five young men and women, one of whom is prophesied to be the Dragon Reborn, who will either save or destroy humanity.

KEEP READING: ‘The Wheel of Time’ Season 1 Clip Reveals Moiraine and Lan’s Big Entrance


the-matrix-4-resurrections-yahya-social
‘The Matrix Resurrections’: Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Explains His “Different Iteration” of Morpheus

The star talks all things ‘The Matrix,’ from martial arts to what we can expect from his new take on the beloved character.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634413145) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(60) "Eternals Explains Why The MCU Dropped Thanos’ Origin Story" ["link"]=> string(93) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/eternals-explains-why-the-mcu-dropped-thanos-origin-story/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 16 Oct 2021 19:36:00 +0000" ["category"]=> string(53) "Movie NewsdroppedEternalsexplainsmcuoriginStoryThanos" ["guid"]=> string(93) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/eternals-explains-why-the-mcu-dropped-thanos-origin-story/" ["description"]=> string(659) "In 2018, Marvel fans learned Thanos’ origin story would be told in an official tie-in novel – but Eternals explains why that was branded non-canon. Marvel’s Eternals explains why the MCU dropped Thanos’ MCU origin story. Back in 2018, lovers of the Marvel Cinematic Universe were excited to learn Thanos’ MCU origin story would be ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(9249) "

In 2018, Marvel fans learned Thanos’ origin story would be told in an official tie-in novel – but Eternals explains why that was branded non-canon.

Marvel’s Eternals explains why the MCU dropped Thanos’ MCU origin story. Back in 2018, lovers of the Marvel Cinematic Universe were excited to learn Thanos’ MCU origin story would be told in Barry Lyga’s origin novel Thanos: Titan Consumed. Lyga had worked closely with Marvel Studios while writing the story, and he was told all about the MCU’s version of the Mad Titan ahead of the release of Avengers: Infinity War. In an interview with io9, Lyga described the freedom he’d had when putting together the story. “In some areas, I was given great latitude and a free hand,” Lyga explained, “while in others I had to tip-toe very carefully through the MCU.


Both Lyga and his publisher, Little, Brown and Company, clearly believed Thanos: Titan Consumed was canon, and it was announced as such. Marvel immediately contacted them, however, asking them to clarify that “the book has no canonical ties to the MCU.” The logical conclusion was that something had changed at Marvel regarding Thanos’ status as a potential Eternal; that the studio had begun to work on plans for a future project that they feared would contradict Thanos: Titan Consumed, and thus the easiest way to handle this was to simply hand-wave Lyga’s book away as non-canon.

Related: Black Knight? Everything We Learned About Kit Harington’s Eternals Character

It’s now clear that the issue came from Eternals. In the comics, the Eternals are an evolutionary offshoot of humanity who have settled on the planet Titan, and Thanos himself was born there; Thanos: Titan Consumed borrows on the idea Thanos is an Eternal, although it doesn’t explicitly confirm it. Still, the inhabitants of Titan are described as colonists, and their capital is known as “Eternal City,” which seems indicative. There are nods towards the Deviants, as well; in the comics, Thanos was an Eternal born with the Deviant gene, and Thanos: Titan Consumed suggests he bears the genes of the colonists’ greatest predators.

Thanos in his last battle in Avenger Endgame.

This doesn’t match up with Eternals, however. The Eternals’ origin story has changed for the MCU, and now they are a race of ancient aliens who originate from the planet Olympia. What’s more, their vessel the Domo looks nothing like the technology seen on Titan, inspired instead by sacred geometry and religious symbolism, with a texture designed to look like space dust. Even the Deviants are more monstrous, reinvented as another alien race who absorb the predatory aspects of creatures they kill. The idea of Thanos as an Eternal who possesses a Deviant gene just wouldn’t work.

Rumors of the Eternals project had just begun to circulate when Barry Lyga’s Thanos novel was announced. Eternals would have only been in its earliest stages, but already Marvel would have known enough to sense it would potentially clash with Barry Lyga’s story. And thus they decided to simply declare Thanos: Titan Consumed non-canon, irrespective of the quality of the Avengers: Infinity War tie-in.

More: Eternals Spaceship, The Domo, Explained

  • Eternals (2021)Release date: Nov 05, 2021
  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021)Release date: Dec 17, 2021
  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)Release date: Mar 25, 2022
  • Thor: Love and Thunder (2022)Release date: May 06, 2022
  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever/Black Panther 2 (2022)Release date: Jul 08, 2022
  • The Marvels/Captain Marvel 2 (2022)Release date: Nov 11, 2022
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023)Release date: Feb 17, 2023
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023)Release date: May 05, 2023

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Dwayne Johnson’s DC Costume Teased In First Black Adam Footage


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" } ["summary"]=> string(659) "In 2018, Marvel fans learned Thanos’ origin story would be told in an official tie-in novel – but Eternals explains why that was branded non-canon. Marvel’s Eternals explains why the MCU dropped Thanos’ MCU origin story. Back in 2018, lovers of the Marvel Cinematic Universe were excited to learn Thanos’ MCU origin story would be ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(9249) "

In 2018, Marvel fans learned Thanos’ origin story would be told in an official tie-in novel – but Eternals explains why that was branded non-canon.

Marvel’s Eternals explains why the MCU dropped Thanos’ MCU origin story. Back in 2018, lovers of the Marvel Cinematic Universe were excited to learn Thanos’ MCU origin story would be told in Barry Lyga’s origin novel Thanos: Titan Consumed. Lyga had worked closely with Marvel Studios while writing the story, and he was told all about the MCU’s version of the Mad Titan ahead of the release of Avengers: Infinity War. In an interview with io9, Lyga described the freedom he’d had when putting together the story. “In some areas, I was given great latitude and a free hand,” Lyga explained, “while in others I had to tip-toe very carefully through the MCU.


Both Lyga and his publisher, Little, Brown and Company, clearly believed Thanos: Titan Consumed was canon, and it was announced as such. Marvel immediately contacted them, however, asking them to clarify that “the book has no canonical ties to the MCU.” The logical conclusion was that something had changed at Marvel regarding Thanos’ status as a potential Eternal; that the studio had begun to work on plans for a future project that they feared would contradict Thanos: Titan Consumed, and thus the easiest way to handle this was to simply hand-wave Lyga’s book away as non-canon.

Related: Black Knight? Everything We Learned About Kit Harington’s Eternals Character

It’s now clear that the issue came from Eternals. In the comics, the Eternals are an evolutionary offshoot of humanity who have settled on the planet Titan, and Thanos himself was born there; Thanos: Titan Consumed borrows on the idea Thanos is an Eternal, although it doesn’t explicitly confirm it. Still, the inhabitants of Titan are described as colonists, and their capital is known as “Eternal City,” which seems indicative. There are nods towards the Deviants, as well; in the comics, Thanos was an Eternal born with the Deviant gene, and Thanos: Titan Consumed suggests he bears the genes of the colonists’ greatest predators.

Thanos in his last battle in Avenger Endgame.

This doesn’t match up with Eternals, however. The Eternals’ origin story has changed for the MCU, and now they are a race of ancient aliens who originate from the planet Olympia. What’s more, their vessel the Domo looks nothing like the technology seen on Titan, inspired instead by sacred geometry and religious symbolism, with a texture designed to look like space dust. Even the Deviants are more monstrous, reinvented as another alien race who absorb the predatory aspects of creatures they kill. The idea of Thanos as an Eternal who possesses a Deviant gene just wouldn’t work.

Rumors of the Eternals project had just begun to circulate when Barry Lyga’s Thanos novel was announced. Eternals would have only been in its earliest stages, but already Marvel would have known enough to sense it would potentially clash with Barry Lyga’s story. And thus they decided to simply declare Thanos: Titan Consumed non-canon, irrespective of the quality of the Avengers: Infinity War tie-in.

More: Eternals Spaceship, The Domo, Explained

  • Eternals (2021)Release date: Nov 05, 2021
  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021)Release date: Dec 17, 2021
  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022)Release date: Mar 25, 2022
  • Thor: Love and Thunder (2022)Release date: May 06, 2022
  • Black Panther: Wakanda Forever/Black Panther 2 (2022)Release date: Jul 08, 2022
  • The Marvels/Captain Marvel 2 (2022)Release date: Nov 11, 2022
  • Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (2023)Release date: Feb 17, 2023
  • Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2023)Release date: May 05, 2023

Dwayne Johnson as Black Adam in profile

Dwayne Johnson’s DC Costume Teased In First Black Adam Footage


About The Author

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634412960) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(80) "This Is the Watch George Clooney Wears When He Wants to Feel Like George Clooney" ["link"]=> string(116) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/this-is-the-watch-george-clooney-wears-when-he-wants-to-feel-like-george-clooney/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 16 Oct 2021 19:33:15 +0000" ["category"]=> string(35) "TrendingClooneyfeelGeorgeWatchwears" ["guid"]=> string(116) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/this-is-the-watch-george-clooney-wears-when-he-wants-to-feel-like-george-clooney/" ["description"]=> string(716) "Welcome to Watches of the Week, where we’ll track the rarest, wildest, and most covetable watches spotted on celebrities. George Clooney’s Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra has it pretty good. While stainless steel watches like this one usted to be relegated to the casual section of the collection—destined for lunch outings and errand runs—for Clooney, as ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(18141) "

Welcome to Watches of the Week, where we’ll track the rarest, wildest, and most covetable watches spotted on celebrities.

George Clooney’s Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra has it pretty good. While stainless steel watches like this one usted to be relegated to the casual section of the collection—destined for lunch outings and errand runs—for Clooney, as for so many other men, it’s a do-it-all powerhouse. Amal’s husband spent all week wearing his Seamaster for every occasion. Here it is at the premiere of the new movie he directed, The Tender Bar. There it is again while “Clooney, 60, looks dapper in grey suit” after a “romantic dinner” in New York City, as documented by The Daily Mail. You think steel watches like Clooney’s Seamaster got to “look dapper” and go to “romantic dinners” several decades ago? That was territory reserved for leather-banded watches made out of gold, my friends. Now, Clooney can get away with wearing his watch all the time. It was in its element again this week when he paired it with a polo and jeans for an afternoon stroll. Also this week: Kanye doesn’t know the cost of anything he’s wearing—except his watch.

David M. Benett

George Clooney’s Seamaster Aqua Terra

As an Omega ambassador, Clooney is paid to wear the brand’s watches. But I’d argue that his deal only makes this sequence of events even more noteworthy. Clooney can get his hands on practically any watch from Omega—he could switch them out mid-dinner date, if he wanted. Instead, he’s clearly landed on this particular piece as the watch he wants to wear all the time.

Kanye West’s Royal Oak Concept Flying Tourbillon GMT

Kanye West was on TikTok this week with Chris Smoove, who is known for asking strangers how much their outfits cost. (I’d say this is a surprising place for Kanye to pop up but at this point nothing involving the rapper counts as a surprise.) Smoove went from head-to-toe asking Kanye about the cost of his clothes.

How much the hat? How much the glasses, Ye? How much the hoodie? How much the bag?

Every time, Kanye answered in monotone: “I don’t know.”

Finally, Smoove asked about his watch. Kanye paused to think for a moment before telling Smoove, “$200,[000].” Even for the Royal Oak Concept line, where Audemars typically pushes the boundaries, this watch—with a skeleton dial, GMT complication, and tourbillon—is pretty advanced stuff. Kanye doesn’t have to think about dropping thousands on a Balenciaga bag, but it’s hard to wipe spending 200 grand on a watch like this from your memory.

RB/Bauer-Griffin

Kumail Nanjiani’s Patek Philippe Aquanaut

Kumail Nanjiani now has an action-star body and is fronting the next massive Marvel movie, The Eternals. Fittingly, he got a watch to go with this new identity. The Aquanaut is Patek’s sports watch, capable of going along for the ride when the world needs saving from dragon-like monsters. Or, more likely, the type of watch action stars love to wear on the red carpet.

Offset’s Audemars Piguet Royal Oak

Offset is wearing a brand-new version of the beloved AP Royal Oak that dropped over the summer. As we noted in our initial write-up of these watches, they are technically made for women—a technicality that shouldn’t scare anyone off. Migos member Offset is ready to do away with the ancient idea that watches should come with gender labels, especially when they’re as gorgeous as this lilac Royal Oak. The watch’s bezel is set with 32 amethysts, and AP describes the dial as a “chameleon,” able to shift from purple to pink depending on the light. Together, Cardi B and Offset are building a great genderless collection.

Stephen Gosling

Bradley Beal’s Rolex Sky-Dweller

The Sky-Dweller is solidifying its status as the watch of choice for NBA superstars, whether they’re ascendant talents or full-fledged Hall of Famers. In just the past year, the watch has popped up on the wrists of Michael Jordan, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and LaMelo Ball. Beal, who is entering a critical season with his Washington Wizards, is channeling the right mindset with the Sky-Dweller.

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Welcome to Watches of the Week, where we’ll track the rarest, wildest, and most covetable watches spotted on celebrities.

George Clooney’s Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra has it pretty good. While stainless steel watches like this one usted to be relegated to the casual section of the collection—destined for lunch outings and errand runs—for Clooney, as for so many other men, it’s a do-it-all powerhouse. Amal’s husband spent all week wearing his Seamaster for every occasion. Here it is at the premiere of the new movie he directed, The Tender Bar. There it is again while “Clooney, 60, looks dapper in grey suit” after a “romantic dinner” in New York City, as documented by The Daily Mail. You think steel watches like Clooney’s Seamaster got to “look dapper” and go to “romantic dinners” several decades ago? That was territory reserved for leather-banded watches made out of gold, my friends. Now, Clooney can get away with wearing his watch all the time. It was in its element again this week when he paired it with a polo and jeans for an afternoon stroll. Also this week: Kanye doesn’t know the cost of anything he’s wearing—except his watch.

David M. Benett

George Clooney’s Seamaster Aqua Terra

As an Omega ambassador, Clooney is paid to wear the brand’s watches. But I’d argue that his deal only makes this sequence of events even more noteworthy. Clooney can get his hands on practically any watch from Omega—he could switch them out mid-dinner date, if he wanted. Instead, he’s clearly landed on this particular piece as the watch he wants to wear all the time.

Kanye West’s Royal Oak Concept Flying Tourbillon GMT

Kanye West was on TikTok this week with Chris Smoove, who is known for asking strangers how much their outfits cost. (I’d say this is a surprising place for Kanye to pop up but at this point nothing involving the rapper counts as a surprise.) Smoove went from head-to-toe asking Kanye about the cost of his clothes.

How much the hat? How much the glasses, Ye? How much the hoodie? How much the bag?

Every time, Kanye answered in monotone: “I don’t know.”

Finally, Smoove asked about his watch. Kanye paused to think for a moment before telling Smoove, “$200,[000].” Even for the Royal Oak Concept line, where Audemars typically pushes the boundaries, this watch—with a skeleton dial, GMT complication, and tourbillon—is pretty advanced stuff. Kanye doesn’t have to think about dropping thousands on a Balenciaga bag, but it’s hard to wipe spending 200 grand on a watch like this from your memory.

RB/Bauer-Griffin

Kumail Nanjiani’s Patek Philippe Aquanaut

Kumail Nanjiani now has an action-star body and is fronting the next massive Marvel movie, The Eternals. Fittingly, he got a watch to go with this new identity. The Aquanaut is Patek’s sports watch, capable of going along for the ride when the world needs saving from dragon-like monsters. Or, more likely, the type of watch action stars love to wear on the red carpet.

Offset’s Audemars Piguet Royal Oak

Offset is wearing a brand-new version of the beloved AP Royal Oak that dropped over the summer. As we noted in our initial write-up of these watches, they are technically made for women—a technicality that shouldn’t scare anyone off. Migos member Offset is ready to do away with the ancient idea that watches should come with gender labels, especially when they’re as gorgeous as this lilac Royal Oak. The watch’s bezel is set with 32 amethysts, and AP describes the dial as a “chameleon,” able to shift from purple to pink depending on the light. Together, Cardi B and Offset are building a great genderless collection.

Stephen Gosling

Bradley Beal’s Rolex Sky-Dweller

The Sky-Dweller is solidifying its status as the watch of choice for NBA superstars, whether they’re ascendant talents or full-fledged Hall of Famers. In just the past year, the watch has popped up on the wrists of Michael Jordan, Giannis Antetokounmpo, and LaMelo Ball. Beal, who is entering a critical season with his Washington Wizards, is channeling the right mindset with the Sky-Dweller.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634412795) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(107) "Ukonwa Kuzi-Orizu Ojo & James Farrell announced as Keynote Speakers for AFRIFF’s 10th Anniversary Edition" ["link"]=> string(138) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/ukonwa-kuzi-orizu-ojo-james-farrell-announced-as-keynote-speakers-for-afriffs-10th-anniversary-edition/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 16 Oct 2021 19:27:25 +0000" ["category"]=> string(109) "Movie Production Companies10thAFRIFFsAnniversaryAnnouncededitionFarrellJamesKeynoteKuziOrizuojospeakersUkonwa" ["guid"]=> string(138) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/ukonwa-kuzi-orizu-ojo-james-farrell-announced-as-keynote-speakers-for-afriffs-10th-anniversary-edition/" ["description"]=> string(828) "Drinking In-Orizu Ojo Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF), today announces James Farrell, International Head of Local Originals at Amazon Studios, and Drinking In-Orizu Ojo, Chief Marketing Officer for Prime Video & Amazon Studios, as its keynote speakers for its 10th-anniversary edition. The Prime Video leaders will join together in a Fireside Chat for the session ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5749) "

Drinking In-Orizu Ojo

Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF), today announces James Farrell, International Head of Local Originals at Amazon Studios, and Drinking In-Orizu Ojo, Chief Marketing Officer for Prime Video & Amazon Studios, as its keynote speakers for its 10th-anniversary edition.

The Prime Video leaders will join together in a Fireside Chat for the session at 7 pm WAT on Sunday, November 7, where delegates will hear more about Prime Video’s plans for future investment in local storytelling in Africa.

James Farrell is in charge of all Original TV and film created by Amazon Studios outside the US, with recent movies and series including Mixte (France), El Juego de las Llaves (Mexico), Mumbai Diaries 26/11 (India), “The Family Man” (India), “The Dinner Club” (Italy) and “LOL: Last One Laughing” (versions produced in 11 countries in 2021 including Japan, Brazil and Germany).

James Farrell

James Farrell commented: “Here at Prime Video we are constantly looking for the highest quality and most ambitious original content to satisfy our local audiences and more than 200 million Prime members globally. Being present at the 10th edition of AFRIFF is in line with our goal to search out the most unique voices throughout the world and then move quickly to help bring their visions and stories to life. I’m thrilled to be joining Ukonwa for this keynote session, but most of all, I am looking forward to meeting the talented filmmakers at AFRIFF and start building some incredible projects with them.”

Ukonwa Kuzi-Orizu Ojo, who is from Nigeria, is an experienced global marketing leader. She joined Prime Video and Amazon Studios in 2020 as Chief Marketing Officer, leading global brand and originals marketing from Amazon Studios’ Los Angeles headquarters. Since joining, Ojo has overseen the launches of hit global Prime Video movies and series including “Coming 2 America“, Tom Clancy’s “Without Remorse“, “Cinderella” and “The Underground Railroad.”

Ukonwa Kuzi-Orizu Ojo commented: “I’m thrilled to be attending in this landmark year for AFRIFF. At Prime Video we are obsessed with finding unique, authentic stories and supporting them to reach both local and global customers. I’m looking forward to sharing my passion with the talented filmmakers who attend this festival, and collaborating on how we can take African storytelling to a global audience.”

This announcement comes as AFRIFF continues to solidify itself as Africa’s most innovative film festival, celebrating African content, film making and a unique platform for the many stories Africa has to share with the world. AFRIFF is focused on building the necessary bridge with the rest of the world.

AFRIFF founder, Chioma Ude stated; “AFRIFF has continued to scale new heights year after year! After the last 18 months with the pandemic, I am beyond excited to welcome Film and Television leaders such as James Farrell and Ukonwa Kuzi-Orizu Ojo to be our 10th-anniversary keynote speakers. James and Ukonwa’s visit to the festival is not only a testament to Amazon’s commitment to amplifying global and diverse stories, but also their unwavering support for the foundations built over the years by a very hard-working team, further identifying AFRIFF’s shared values with a global giant such as Prime Video!”

AFRIFF takes pride in celebrating some of the best films in Africa in the Feature, Documentary and Short category through careful selection by its Creative Director and International Jury. This year, about 4,000 films have been submitted in all the categories and the selection process for films that will screen at the festival is currently ongoing.

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Drinking In-Orizu Ojo

Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF), today announces James Farrell, International Head of Local Originals at Amazon Studios, and Drinking In-Orizu Ojo, Chief Marketing Officer for Prime Video & Amazon Studios, as its keynote speakers for its 10th-anniversary edition.

The Prime Video leaders will join together in a Fireside Chat for the session at 7 pm WAT on Sunday, November 7, where delegates will hear more about Prime Video’s plans for future investment in local storytelling in Africa.

James Farrell is in charge of all Original TV and film created by Amazon Studios outside the US, with recent movies and series including Mixte (France), El Juego de las Llaves (Mexico), Mumbai Diaries 26/11 (India), “The Family Man” (India), “The Dinner Club” (Italy) and “LOL: Last One Laughing” (versions produced in 11 countries in 2021 including Japan, Brazil and Germany).

James Farrell

James Farrell commented: “Here at Prime Video we are constantly looking for the highest quality and most ambitious original content to satisfy our local audiences and more than 200 million Prime members globally. Being present at the 10th edition of AFRIFF is in line with our goal to search out the most unique voices throughout the world and then move quickly to help bring their visions and stories to life. I’m thrilled to be joining Ukonwa for this keynote session, but most of all, I am looking forward to meeting the talented filmmakers at AFRIFF and start building some incredible projects with them.”

Ukonwa Kuzi-Orizu Ojo, who is from Nigeria, is an experienced global marketing leader. She joined Prime Video and Amazon Studios in 2020 as Chief Marketing Officer, leading global brand and originals marketing from Amazon Studios’ Los Angeles headquarters. Since joining, Ojo has overseen the launches of hit global Prime Video movies and series including “Coming 2 America“, Tom Clancy’s “Without Remorse“, “Cinderella” and “The Underground Railroad.”

Ukonwa Kuzi-Orizu Ojo commented: “I’m thrilled to be attending in this landmark year for AFRIFF. At Prime Video we are obsessed with finding unique, authentic stories and supporting them to reach both local and global customers. I’m looking forward to sharing my passion with the talented filmmakers who attend this festival, and collaborating on how we can take African storytelling to a global audience.”

This announcement comes as AFRIFF continues to solidify itself as Africa’s most innovative film festival, celebrating African content, film making and a unique platform for the many stories Africa has to share with the world. AFRIFF is focused on building the necessary bridge with the rest of the world.

AFRIFF founder, Chioma Ude stated; “AFRIFF has continued to scale new heights year after year! After the last 18 months with the pandemic, I am beyond excited to welcome Film and Television leaders such as James Farrell and Ukonwa Kuzi-Orizu Ojo to be our 10th-anniversary keynote speakers. James and Ukonwa’s visit to the festival is not only a testament to Amazon’s commitment to amplifying global and diverse stories, but also their unwavering support for the foundations built over the years by a very hard-working team, further identifying AFRIFF’s shared values with a global giant such as Prime Video!”

AFRIFF takes pride in celebrating some of the best films in Africa in the Feature, Documentary and Short category through careful selection by its Creative Director and International Jury. This year, about 4,000 films have been submitted in all the categories and the selection process for films that will screen at the festival is currently ongoing.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634412445) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(115) "Ethan Hawke: “If you’re going to change the way the world thinks, you can’t think the way the world thinks”" ["link"]=> string(137) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/ethan-hawke-if-youre-going-to-change-the-way-the-world-thinks-you-cant-think-the-way-the-world-thinks/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 16 Oct 2021 19:13:56 +0000" ["category"]=> string(110) "Movie Production CompanieschangeEthanEthan HawkeHawkeJames McBrideShowtimeThe Good Lord BirdthinksTVWorldyoure" ["guid"]=> string(137) "https://theinsidenewshyderabad.com/ethan-hawke-if-youre-going-to-change-the-way-the-world-thinks-you-cant-think-the-way-the-world-thinks/" ["description"]=> string(798) "Ethan Hawke en The Good Lord Bird. Photo: William Gray / SHOWTIME / Courtesy BROOKLYN, NY – When the Civil War in the United States officially began in 1861, Kansas had already been fighting for seven years between those who opposed and advocated the legality of slavery in the territory that then aspired to become ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(13225) "

Ethan Hawke en The Good Lord Bird.

Photo: William Gray / SHOWTIME / Courtesy

BROOKLYN, NY – When the Civil War in the United States officially began in 1861, Kansas had already been fighting for seven years between those who opposed and advocated the legality of slavery in the territory that then aspired to become a new state of the Union .

One of the figures of this period that anticipated the Civil War was the abolitionist John Brown, who assembled a group of men to fight for the liberation of black slaves and struck the Harpers Ferry arsenal, for which he was arrested and convicted.

Brown thus became the first person to be executed for treason in the United States. His exploits during the time of “Bloody Kansas“Are told in the novel”The Good Lord Bird” from James McBride, published in 2013 and whose television rights he obtained only a year later Ethan Hawke and his wife Ryan Shawhughes.

Now the actor has just premiered “The Good Lord Bird” on Showtime from Blumhouse Television. We were able to speak with the producer and protagonist –Hawke plays Brown in the series– about the importance of his character and the poorly healed wounds left by the Civil War in the country.

Question: Is John Brown a familiar character to the general public in America?
Ethan Hawke: In my two-year experience working on this series I realized that most people don’t know who John Brown is. Maybe they remember that he was an abolitionist or something about Harpers Ferry, but I would say that the vast majority do not know him at all. And those who do know little about him. He was an incendiary figure in American history because teaching John Brown forces big questions to be asked. It forces you to teach that the Civil War was about slavery, something that a lot of people don’t want to talk about. Also about fair and unjust laws, violence versus non-violence… These are difficult conversations for young people, or for parents who do not want to talk about it with their children or to be told about it in schools. For years in the South, the Daughters of the Confederacy saw to it that John Brown was erased from the history books.

Q .: Is that why you thought it was important to produce this series?
E.H.: I think it is important for several reasons. One is that good art aspires to provoke thought and shed light in dark places, to guide us into meaningful conversations. The country seems now really interested in understanding systemic racism, what it means. And for that you have to look back and see how this country was formed, how cities were distributed… There are so many aspects that John Brown’s story touches.

Now, the truth is that good art is not education either. As soon as you tell someone that you want to teach them, they don’t want to listen to you. McBride’s genius is his ability to tell the John Brown story from the point of view of a young African American who dresses like a woman. It is immediately funny and strange, so you are not totally focused on the violence, the sin, the crimes, the horror… You are only looking at it from the point of view of a boy who sees everything with innocence.

Joshua Caleb Johnson como Onion y Ethan Hawke como John Brown en The Good Lord Bird.
Joshua Caleb Johnson como Onion y Ethan Hawke como John Brown en The Good Lord Bird. / Foto: Kevin Lynch/SHOWTIME

P .: And it is very funny. There is a lot of humor in the series.
E. H.: Yes. It’s not the John Brown story that Toni Morrison would tell you. It’s the John Brown story that Richard Pryor, Chris Rock or Red Fox would tell you. That’s more the angle McBride comes from.

Q .: There is a phrase from Brown in which he says that America will never be at peace until we eradicate slavery. America Eradicated Slavery, But Is It At Peace?
E.H.: It is a textual quote from John Brown that says: “America will never have peace until it deals with slavery.” And even though the crime of human slavery was eliminated, I think it didn’t really deal with the principles that made it happen. And it has not remedied it. Because the way cities are separated into neighborhoods, the educational system, the police system … everything is oriented to a line of thought that began a long time ago.

We had this wonderful woman in the series who runs the Virginia Civil War Museum. She spoke to us about how most civil wars end in genocide or clear victory. And America’s Civil War ended in a strange gentlemen’s agreement to move on without blaming anyone. So the restoration came about and that planted the seeds for Jim Crow and segregation, which did not cure the crime of slavery. He just pushed it aside.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-Tm63y-S4s

P .: The character is very histrionic and violent. His ideals are correct, but he is extremely violent. And he’s crazy!
E.H.: The truth is that this novel fascinated me. With his sense of humor and the fact that he doesn’t praise anyone as a hero. Neither John Brown nor Frederick Douglass. They are human beings full of savage hypocrisy, and brilliance, and genius. I was fascinated by how they wreak havoc on society. If you are going to change the way the world thinks, you cannot think the way the world thinks. Brown was such an outlandish figure. He was uncompromising in his belief in human equality. And they were other times. People used to take children to see public executions. The way we think is always evolving and he really wanted to completely change the way people think about other human beings. And this is not unique to the United States of America. People have been terrible to each other all over the world throughout human history. Those who have money wreak havoc on those who don’t. And when those without money try to fight, they are often crushed. John Brown sided with the dispossessed. And it’s strangely hypocritical, because it quotes Jesus while loading his gun. He is a fascinating character to play.

Q .: And you were the first person to be executed for treason in the United States.
E.H.: And basically all he did was quote the Declaration of Independence. How could he be a traitor? He tried to underline the hypocrisy of the society of his time: how horrible they treated women, how horrible they treated Native Americans, how horrible they treated black people. And he was willing to do something about it. That’s why they call you crazy.

For Hawke, as an actor, John Brown is a character "fascinating". / Foto: Kevin Lynch, Showtime
For Hawke, as an actor, John Brown is a “fascinating” character. / Photo: Kevin Lynch, Showtime

Q .: Is violence justified? Brown said he was tired of people talking and not acting.
E.H.: These are very difficult questions, really. When you see the story of the fight for equality… Nelson Mandela was in jail for storing weapons. And it could have come out much earlier if it had chosen the “non-violent” line, but it didn’t until after apartheid was over. The fight for justice is very long. I know McBride would have said, “The blood has already been spilled.” But John Brown did more for the cause with the letters he wrote from prison than with everything he did with the guns.

Harriet Tubman said: “We are on the threshold of the door of change. We just have to walk through it. ” The problem is that walking through that door is taking much longer than anyone would have thought.

.

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Ethan Hawke: “If you’re going to change the way the world thinks, you can’t think the way the world thinks”

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Ethan Hawke en The Good Lord Bird.

Photo: William Gray / SHOWTIME / Courtesy

BROOKLYN, NY – When the Civil War in the United States officially began in 1861, Kansas had already been fighting for seven years between those who opposed and advocated the legality of slavery in the territory that then aspired to become a new state of the Union .

One of the figures of this period that anticipated the Civil War was the abolitionist John Brown, who assembled a group of men to fight for the liberation of black slaves and struck the Harpers Ferry arsenal, for which he was arrested and convicted.

Brown thus became the first person to be executed for treason in the United States. His exploits during the time of “Bloody Kansas“Are told in the novel”The Good Lord Bird” from James McBride, published in 2013 and whose television rights he obtained only a year later Ethan Hawke and his wife Ryan Shawhughes.

Now the actor has just premiered “The Good Lord Bird” on Showtime from Blumhouse Television. We were able to speak with the producer and protagonist –Hawke plays Brown in the series– about the importance of his character and the poorly healed wounds left by the Civil War in the country.

Question: Is John Brown a familiar character to the general public in America?
Ethan Hawke: In my two-year experience working on this series I realized that most people don’t know who John Brown is. Maybe they remember that he was an abolitionist or something about Harpers Ferry, but I would say that the vast majority do not know him at all. And those who do know little about him. He was an incendiary figure in American history because teaching John Brown forces big questions to be asked. It forces you to teach that the Civil War was about slavery, something that a lot of people don’t want to talk about. Also about fair and unjust laws, violence versus non-violence… These are difficult conversations for young people, or for parents who do not want to talk about it with their children or to be told about it in schools. For years in the South, the Daughters of the Confederacy saw to it that John Brown was erased from the history books.

Q .: Is that why you thought it was important to produce this series?
E.H.: I think it is important for several reasons. One is that good art aspires to provoke thought and shed light in dark places, to guide us into meaningful conversations. The country seems now really interested in understanding systemic racism, what it means. And for that you have to look back and see how this country was formed, how cities were distributed… There are so many aspects that John Brown’s story touches.

Now, the truth is that good art is not education either. As soon as you tell someone that you want to teach them, they don’t want to listen to you. McBride’s genius is his ability to tell the John Brown story from the point of view of a young African American who dresses like a woman. It is immediately funny and strange, so you are not totally focused on the violence, the sin, the crimes, the horror… You are only looking at it from the point of view of a boy who sees everything with innocence.

Joshua Caleb Johnson como Onion y Ethan Hawke como John Brown en The Good Lord Bird.
Joshua Caleb Johnson como Onion y Ethan Hawke como John Brown en The Good Lord Bird. / Foto: Kevin Lynch/SHOWTIME

P .: And it is very funny. There is a lot of humor in the series.
E. H.: Yes. It’s not the John Brown story that Toni Morrison would tell you. It’s the John Brown story that Richard Pryor, Chris Rock or Red Fox would tell you. That’s more the angle McBride comes from.

Q .: There is a phrase from Brown in which he says that America will never be at peace until we eradicate slavery. America Eradicated Slavery, But Is It At Peace?
E.H.: It is a textual quote from John Brown that says: “America will never have peace until it deals with slavery.” And even though the crime of human slavery was eliminated, I think it didn’t really deal with the principles that made it happen. And it has not remedied it. Because the way cities are separated into neighborhoods, the educational system, the police system … everything is oriented to a line of thought that began a long time ago.

We had this wonderful woman in the series who runs the Virginia Civil War Museum. She spoke to us about how most civil wars end in genocide or clear victory. And America’s Civil War ended in a strange gentlemen’s agreement to move on without blaming anyone. So the restoration came about and that planted the seeds for Jim Crow and segregation, which did not cure the crime of slavery. He just pushed it aside.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-Tm63y-S4s

P .: The character is very histrionic and violent. His ideals are correct, but he is extremely violent. And he’s crazy!
E.H.: The truth is that this novel fascinated me. With his sense of humor and the fact that he doesn’t praise anyone as a hero. Neither John Brown nor Frederick Douglass. They are human beings full of savage hypocrisy, and brilliance, and genius. I was fascinated by how they wreak havoc on society. If you are going to change the way the world thinks, you cannot think the way the world thinks. Brown was such an outlandish figure. He was uncompromising in his belief in human equality. And they were other times. People used to take children to see public executions. The way we think is always evolving and he really wanted to completely change the way people think about other human beings. And this is not unique to the United States of America. People have been terrible to each other all over the world throughout human history. Those who have money wreak havoc on those who don’t. And when those without money try to fight, they are often crushed. John Brown sided with the dispossessed. And it’s strangely hypocritical, because it quotes Jesus while loading his gun. He is a fascinating character to play.

Q .: And you were the first person to be executed for treason in the United States.
E.H.: And basically all he did was quote the Declaration of Independence. How could he be a traitor? He tried to underline the hypocrisy of the society of his time: how horrible they treated women, how horrible they treated Native Americans, how horrible they treated black people. And he was willing to do something about it. That’s why they call you crazy.

For Hawke, as an actor, John Brown is a character "fascinating". / Foto: Kevin Lynch, Showtime
For Hawke, as an actor, John Brown is a “fascinating” character. / Photo: Kevin Lynch, Showtime

Q .: Is violence justified? Brown said he was tired of people talking and not acting.
E.H.: These are very difficult questions, really. When you see the story of the fight for equality… Nelson Mandela was in jail for storing weapons. And it could have come out much earlier if it had chosen the “non-violent” line, but it didn’t until after apartheid was over. The fight for justice is very long. I know McBride would have said, “The blood has already been spilled.” But John Brown did more for the cause with the letters he wrote from prison than with everything he did with the guns.

Harriet Tubman said: “We are on the threshold of the door of change. We just have to walk through it. ” The problem is that walking through that door is taking much longer than anyone would have thought.

.

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Ethan Hawke: “If you’re going to change the way the world thinks, you can’t think the way the world thinks”

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