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Last week, my comrade Nick Barbaro wrote in his space that he and I agree on more than we disagree. He wrote that, even though he knows I am a committed fan of the San Francisco Giants, while he is an even more die-hard supporter of the Los Angeles Dodgers. As you read this, one of us will be happy and the other sad. But yes, we have found a way to be colleagues and friends despite our historic differences on baseball and on land use.

Both Nick and I are among the many Californians who have, over the last four decades, helped create the Austin you know and love today, so you can stop whining about Left Coast influences now. Or maybe not yet. “Costs of both for-sale and rental housing are rising much faster in secondary and tertiary markets as people fleeing pricey gateway markets bid up residential prices in the smaller destination markets. With housing production falling far short of new household formations, affordability will likely continue to deteriorate in the absence of significant private-sector and government intervention.”

That’s a quote from the Urban Land Institute’s latest Emerging Trends in Real Estate report, hot off the presses today. You can fill in the blanks: “Pricey gateway markets” include both San Francisco and Los Angeles, “smaller destination markets” include the category that TO BE has this year christened “Supernovas,” defined by “tremendous and sustained population and job growth.” We are a Supernova, along with Nashville and Raleigh/Durham; all three markets have been in the Top 5 of the TO BE rankings (of 80 markets, based on surveys and interviews with about 1,700 industry experts) for several years. Austin has been in the TO BE Top 10 since 2009, “a darling for investors and developers alike … Yet the metro area has not rested on its laurels and continues to power forward with the fastest growth of any metro area.”

In the Postseason, Again

That last quote shows how, in baseball and in real estate, sitting atop the standings is reflexively seen as the fruit of our own labors, and not the equally powerful participation of external forces. As the first quote from TO BE suggests, it’s choices being made by Giants and Dodgers fans fleeing the Golden State that are driving the record growth and rapid increases in housing costs in places like Austin. Last year, I wrote of the TO BE results, “As much as we tremble under the pressures we feel within our city, people outside the metro area, and especially outside our state, often think we’re crazy for acting like Austin is crowded or expensive, or has bad traffic, or is otherwise on the road to ruin. And that’s where the decisions that dictate how much we grow and in what ways are really made.”

Among those who tremble the most under those pressures, or claim to, are the stalwart naysayers of Community Not Com­modity, formed to oppose the CodeNEXT rewrite of Austin’s Land Development Code that has now been dead for more than three years. But just today, as I write this, CNC graced my inbox with a fundraising appeal to pay off their lingering legal bills and “help us protect your home and neighborhood!” My hunch is still that there will be no LDC rewrites that threaten anyone’s home and neighborhood for a long time, at least until after the next round of council elections, and that really CNC should just declare victory and stop trying to drag this particular boring game of baseball into extra innings.

But as long as Austin is a Supernova and growing faster than anywhere else, there will be people suggesting that our LDC is stopping us from building decent housing where it’s needed for everyone in Austin and its suburbs, so the threat remains omnipresent to the aging white Central and West Austin homeowners who channeled their unease into CNC, which insists that this narrative is simply false. In their fund­raising email, they claim that “Austin issues more permits for new homes than any other American city, when that figure is measured as a proportion of existing housing stock.”

Kids, Read Before You Link

The study that CNC links to with that claim does broadly agree with the NIMBY lobby – and me, and Nick – that the nature of local land use regulation is not really very relevant to housing production or affordability on a marketwide basis. The author, Alan Mallach, is actually arguing this from the opposite direction, to show that Houston, which famously lacks a zoning ordinance, is not producing housing at a rate that matches its own population growth; its permitting activity is closer to that of San Francisco than Austin.

But he completely agrees that the rush of highly paid knowledge workers who want to live in cool cities with great jobs is creating demand for central-city housing in all of these places, and that even cities like Austin who are roughly keeping up with that demand (in our case, with apartment construction on corridors leading away from the snow-globed neighborhoods who killed CodeNEXT) are falling short on producing the housing that other people need, and where it’s needed. (His big call to action is to upzone the suburbs, which I agree with as well, but I doubt CNC does.) Just as baseball keeps fiddling with the playoff format, the ball weight, the number of mound visits, and so on to make the game more “fair” but also more “exciting,” Austin will keep tinkering with its land use rules even as it keeps hitting economic home runs.

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Austin at Large: There’s No Zoning in Baseball! Austin keeps hitting economic grand slams, but we can still tinker with the rulebook – News

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Last week, my comrade Nick Barbaro wrote in his space that he and I agree on more than we disagree. He wrote that, even though he knows I am a committed fan of the San Francisco Giants, while he is an even more die-hard supporter of the Los Angeles Dodgers. As you read this, one of us will be happy and the other sad. But yes, we have found a way to be colleagues and friends despite our historic differences on baseball and on land use.

Both Nick and I are among the many Californians who have, over the last four decades, helped create the Austin you know and love today, so you can stop whining about Left Coast influences now. Or maybe not yet. “Costs of both for-sale and rental housing are rising much faster in secondary and tertiary markets as people fleeing pricey gateway markets bid up residential prices in the smaller destination markets. With housing production falling far short of new household formations, affordability will likely continue to deteriorate in the absence of significant private-sector and government intervention.”

That’s a quote from the Urban Land Institute’s latest Emerging Trends in Real Estate report, hot off the presses today. You can fill in the blanks: “Pricey gateway markets” include both San Francisco and Los Angeles, “smaller destination markets” include the category that TO BE has this year christened “Supernovas,” defined by “tremendous and sustained population and job growth.” We are a Supernova, along with Nashville and Raleigh/Durham; all three markets have been in the Top 5 of the TO BE rankings (of 80 markets, based on surveys and interviews with about 1,700 industry experts) for several years. Austin has been in the TO BE Top 10 since 2009, “a darling for investors and developers alike … Yet the metro area has not rested on its laurels and continues to power forward with the fastest growth of any metro area.”

In the Postseason, Again

That last quote shows how, in baseball and in real estate, sitting atop the standings is reflexively seen as the fruit of our own labors, and not the equally powerful participation of external forces. As the first quote from TO BE suggests, it’s choices being made by Giants and Dodgers fans fleeing the Golden State that are driving the record growth and rapid increases in housing costs in places like Austin. Last year, I wrote of the TO BE results, “As much as we tremble under the pressures we feel within our city, people outside the metro area, and especially outside our state, often think we’re crazy for acting like Austin is crowded or expensive, or has bad traffic, or is otherwise on the road to ruin. And that’s where the decisions that dictate how much we grow and in what ways are really made.”

Among those who tremble the most under those pressures, or claim to, are the stalwart naysayers of Community Not Com­modity, formed to oppose the CodeNEXT rewrite of Austin’s Land Development Code that has now been dead for more than three years. But just today, as I write this, CNC graced my inbox with a fundraising appeal to pay off their lingering legal bills and “help us protect your home and neighborhood!” My hunch is still that there will be no LDC rewrites that threaten anyone’s home and neighborhood for a long time, at least until after the next round of council elections, and that really CNC should just declare victory and stop trying to drag this particular boring game of baseball into extra innings.

But as long as Austin is a Supernova and growing faster than anywhere else, there will be people suggesting that our LDC is stopping us from building decent housing where it’s needed for everyone in Austin and its suburbs, so the threat remains omnipresent to the aging white Central and West Austin homeowners who channeled their unease into CNC, which insists that this narrative is simply false. In their fund­raising email, they claim that “Austin issues more permits for new homes than any other American city, when that figure is measured as a proportion of existing housing stock.”

Kids, Read Before You Link

The study that CNC links to with that claim does broadly agree with the NIMBY lobby – and me, and Nick – that the nature of local land use regulation is not really very relevant to housing production or affordability on a marketwide basis. The author, Alan Mallach, is actually arguing this from the opposite direction, to show that Houston, which famously lacks a zoning ordinance, is not producing housing at a rate that matches its own population growth; its permitting activity is closer to that of San Francisco than Austin.

But he completely agrees that the rush of highly paid knowledge workers who want to live in cool cities with great jobs is creating demand for central-city housing in all of these places, and that even cities like Austin who are roughly keeping up with that demand (in our case, with apartment construction on corridors leading away from the snow-globed neighborhoods who killed CodeNEXT) are falling short on producing the housing that other people need, and where it’s needed. (His big call to action is to upzone the suburbs, which I agree with as well, but I doubt CNC does.) Just as baseball keeps fiddling with the playoff format, the ball weight, the number of mound visits, and so on to make the game more “fair” but also more “exciting,” Austin will keep tinkering with its land use rules even as it keeps hitting economic home runs.

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Austin at Large: There’s No Zoning in Baseball! Austin keeps hitting economic grand slams, but we can still tinker with the rulebook – News

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Director Lana Wachowski explained why you brought it back neo (Keanu Reeves) y Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) a ‘Resurrections’. Although the main couple of the franchise died in ‘Revolutions’ (2003), with the “Chosen One” carried away by the machines at the end, the new movie trailer shows double life normally in a Matrix rebooted. However, both seem to suffer from some kind of amnesia, as neither recognizes the other, and the protagonist appears to be suffering from flashbacks from the previous life before the red pill.

While it’s unclear how the pair returned to ‘The Matrix Resurrections,’ there has been speculation and rumors since the film’s announcement about how they would both return. Some fans theorize that the machines that took Neo away at the end of the third movie connected him back to the Matrix to save him, while others believe that the pair took on host bodies, similar to what the Agents did throughout the trilogy. original. Either way, “The Chosen One” and Trinity were resurrected, something that was well received by fans, excited to see what the movie has in store for the duo.

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Keanu Reeves y Carrie-Anne Moss en ‘The Matrix Resurrections’. Imagen: Warner Bros./Disclosure

Invited to participate in a script panel at the International Literature Festival in Berlin, Germany, Wachowski was open about the decision to bring back the leads for the sequel. The director said she was inspired after losing her parents and a close friend. “I was crying and I couldn’t sleep, and my brain blew up this whole story,” she stated, adding that although she couldn’t seek comfort from her parents, “Neo and Trinity came back suddenly,” which was reason. enough to resurrect them.

Read Wachowski’s full statement below:

“My father died, then this friend died, then my mother died. He really didn’t know how to process this kind of pain. I had not experienced it up close … You know that their lives are going to end and it is still very difficult. My brain always caught up with my imagination and one night I was crying and couldn’t sleep, and my brain blew up this whole story. And I couldn’t have my mom and dad, but suddenly I had Neo and Trinity, possibly the two most important characters in my life. It was immediately heartwarming to have these two characters alive again, and it’s super simple. You can look at the situation and say, ‘ok, these two people die and ok, bring these two people back to life and, oh, it doesn’t work. [contra el dolor] ”. Yes, it worked! It’s simple, and that’s what art does and that’s what stories do, they comfort us “.

– Lana Wachowski

Read more:

Wachowski’s sister Lilly, who worked alongside Lana on the original trilogy, had already opened up about her parents’ deaths and how she wanted to move on. causing her not to return for ‘Matrix Resurrections’. Even on opposite sides, the decision of each of the directors is more than understandable. Everyone suffers in their own way, and it’s nice to know that Lana was able to take her pain and turn it into something positive, using the concept from her own work to help process the pain and comfort her with the return of Neo and Trinity. .

Also, Lana’s statement certainly adds depth of meaning behind the movie’s title. The title ‘Resurrections’ can be read in relation to the series that is brought back and the characters. In fact, it also makes a lot of sense for Neo, who is still the metaphor for Christ that the ending of ‘Revolutions’ was permeated with. However, from the director’s comments, it appears that he somehow relates to his parents as well, adding an even greater level of emotional depth to the production.

Hopefully, by bringing Neo and Trinity back to ‘The Matrix Resurrections’, Wachowski will be able to find an ‘end point’ for the pain.

Keanu Reeves as Neo in ‘The Matrix Resurrections’. Image: Warner Bros./Disclosure

Written and directed by Lana Wachowski, co-creator of the original franchise, ‘Matrix 4’ brings the return of Keanu Reeves in the skin of neo e Carrie-Ann Moss part Trinity. Laurence Fishburneapparently won’t come back as Morfeo in the new movie to understand the case). Other names that return to the fourth feature film in the saga are Jada Pinkett-Smith part Niobe, Lambert Wilson part merovingio e Daniel Bernhardt What agent johnson.

‘Resurrections’ will also bring new characters and some of them will be played by heavyweight actors, such as Neil Patrick Harris (‘How I met your mother’), Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (‘The Legend of Candyman’), Christina Ricci (‘The Addams Family’), Jonathan Groff (‘Mindhunter’) y Priyanka Chopra (‘Baywatch: SOS Malibu’).

In addition to them, there are four actors from ‘Sense8’, a series also created by Wachowski. Are they: Brian J. Smith (Will Gorski in the Netflix series), Eréndira ibarra (Daniela), Max Riemelt (Wolfgang) and Toby Online (Capheus). Officially, none of the new characters had the roles revealed.

Matrix: Resurrecciones‘This will be released in cinemas all over the world em December 22, 2021. In Brazil, Warner Bros. anticipated launch in a week: December 16. Currently, all films in the series are available on the HBO Max streaming service, in addition to the CG animation that precedes the feature events.Animatrix: The Story Before The Matrix‘.

source: Screenrant

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Director Lana Wachowski explained why you brought it back neo (Keanu Reeves) y Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss) a ‘Resurrections’. Although the main couple of the franchise died in ‘Revolutions’ (2003), with the “Chosen One” carried away by the machines at the end, the new movie trailer shows double life normally in a Matrix rebooted. However, both seem to suffer from some kind of amnesia, as neither recognizes the other, and the protagonist appears to be suffering from flashbacks from the previous life before the red pill.

While it’s unclear how the pair returned to ‘The Matrix Resurrections,’ there has been speculation and rumors since the film’s announcement about how they would both return. Some fans theorize that the machines that took Neo away at the end of the third movie connected him back to the Matrix to save him, while others believe that the pair took on host bodies, similar to what the Agents did throughout the trilogy. original. Either way, “The Chosen One” and Trinity were resurrected, something that was well received by fans, excited to see what the movie has in store for the duo.

advertising

Keanu Reeves y Carrie-Anne Moss en ‘The Matrix Resurrections’. Imagen: Warner Bros./Disclosure

Invited to participate in a script panel at the International Literature Festival in Berlin, Germany, Wachowski was open about the decision to bring back the leads for the sequel. The director said she was inspired after losing her parents and a close friend. “I was crying and I couldn’t sleep, and my brain blew up this whole story,” she stated, adding that although she couldn’t seek comfort from her parents, “Neo and Trinity came back suddenly,” which was reason. enough to resurrect them.

Read Wachowski’s full statement below:

“My father died, then this friend died, then my mother died. He really didn’t know how to process this kind of pain. I had not experienced it up close … You know that their lives are going to end and it is still very difficult. My brain always caught up with my imagination and one night I was crying and couldn’t sleep, and my brain blew up this whole story. And I couldn’t have my mom and dad, but suddenly I had Neo and Trinity, possibly the two most important characters in my life. It was immediately heartwarming to have these two characters alive again, and it’s super simple. You can look at the situation and say, ‘ok, these two people die and ok, bring these two people back to life and, oh, it doesn’t work. [contra el dolor] ”. Yes, it worked! It’s simple, and that’s what art does and that’s what stories do, they comfort us “.

– Lana Wachowski

Read more:

Wachowski’s sister Lilly, who worked alongside Lana on the original trilogy, had already opened up about her parents’ deaths and how she wanted to move on. causing her not to return for ‘Matrix Resurrections’. Even on opposite sides, the decision of each of the directors is more than understandable. Everyone suffers in their own way, and it’s nice to know that Lana was able to take her pain and turn it into something positive, using the concept from her own work to help process the pain and comfort her with the return of Neo and Trinity. .

Also, Lana’s statement certainly adds depth of meaning behind the movie’s title. The title ‘Resurrections’ can be read in relation to the series that is brought back and the characters. In fact, it also makes a lot of sense for Neo, who is still the metaphor for Christ that the ending of ‘Revolutions’ was permeated with. However, from the director’s comments, it appears that he somehow relates to his parents as well, adding an even greater level of emotional depth to the production.

Hopefully, by bringing Neo and Trinity back to ‘The Matrix Resurrections’, Wachowski will be able to find an ‘end point’ for the pain.

Keanu Reeves as Neo in ‘The Matrix Resurrections’. Image: Warner Bros./Disclosure

Written and directed by Lana Wachowski, co-creator of the original franchise, ‘Matrix 4’ brings the return of Keanu Reeves in the skin of neo e Carrie-Ann Moss part Trinity. Laurence Fishburneapparently won’t come back as Morfeo in the new movie to understand the case). Other names that return to the fourth feature film in the saga are Jada Pinkett-Smith part Niobe, Lambert Wilson part merovingio e Daniel Bernhardt What agent johnson.

‘Resurrections’ will also bring new characters and some of them will be played by heavyweight actors, such as Neil Patrick Harris (‘How I met your mother’), Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (‘The Legend of Candyman’), Christina Ricci (‘The Addams Family’), Jonathan Groff (‘Mindhunter’) y Priyanka Chopra (‘Baywatch: SOS Malibu’).

In addition to them, there are four actors from ‘Sense8’, a series also created by Wachowski. Are they: Brian J. Smith (Will Gorski in the Netflix series), Eréndira ibarra (Daniela), Max Riemelt (Wolfgang) and Toby Online (Capheus). Officially, none of the new characters had the roles revealed.

Matrix: Resurrecciones‘This will be released in cinemas all over the world em December 22, 2021. In Brazil, Warner Bros. anticipated launch in a week: December 16. Currently, all films in the series are available on the HBO Max streaming service, in addition to the CG animation that precedes the feature events.Animatrix: The Story Before The Matrix‘.

source: Screenrant

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Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
the director explains why Neo and Trinity are resurrected – nonenglishfeed

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634198310) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(77) "Marvel’s Eternals Star Breaks the Team’s Roster Down Into Brains vs Brawn" ["link"]=> string(105) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/marvels-eternals-star-breaks-the-teams-roster-down-into-brains-vs-brawn/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 14 Oct 2021 07:55:54 +0000" ["category"]=> string(57) "Movie NewsbrainsBrawnBreaksEternalsMarvelsrosterstarTeams" ["guid"]=> string(105) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/marvels-eternals-star-breaks-the-teams-roster-down-into-brains-vs-brawn/" ["description"]=> string(722) "Gemma Chan, who plays Sersi in Marvel’s Eternals, distinguishes where she and the other nine Eternals fit in terms of their roles and power levels. A new Eternals featurette reveals how the titular Marvel Cinematic Universe team lean toward one of two directions per character when it comes to combat and their extraterrestrial powers. During the video, titled ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7892) "

Gemma Chan, who plays Sersi in Marvel’s Eternals, distinguishes where she and the other nine Eternals fit in terms of their roles and power levels.

A new Eternals featurette reveals how the titular Marvel Cinematic Universe team lean toward one of two directions per character when it comes to combat and their extraterrestrial powers.

During the video, titled “In The Beginning,” Sersi actor Gemma Chan explains that “five of the Eternals are more of the thinkers,” which then cuts to a clip of her character alongside Sprite, Druig, Ajak and Phastos before showing Sersi transform an erupting volcano’s rocks into butterflies. “The other five are the stronger fighters,” she continues, leading to another split screen of Gilgamesh, Kingo, Ikaris, Thena and Makkari involved in more action-heavy scenes against bestial Deviants.


RELATED: Eternals Director on the Importance of the Film’s Two Post-Credits Scenes

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige also broke down how Eternals balances its action with the characters’ complicated relationships after a couple millennia estranged together on Earth. “The Eternals are these remarkably superpowered characters, but also a dysfunctional family unit,” he explained, with the featurette demonstrating brief glimpses of their powers like Sprite turning everyone invisible, Phastos creating a pair of arm canons and Kingo launching an explosion that, as shown behind the scenes, destroys an entire house.

The video also contrasts a happier past image of the team in smiles against their somber present-day selves, with Sprite admitting that “If this is the end of the world, at least we have front-row seats.”

As revealed in Eternals‘ trailers and commercials, the team was brought to Earth by their creators, the godlike Celestials, to protect humanity from creatures known as the Deviants. It’s also revealed by Ajak (Selma Hayek) that, despite multiple instances where they could have helped heroes like the Avengers, the Eternals were forbidden from interfering in human affairs unless they specifically involved Deviants, which hadn’t happened for millennia. However, according to producer Nate Moore, the film’s present-day plot will see the unexpected return of the Deviants in time for a cataclysmic event known as “The Emergence,” forcing the Eternals to reunite after lifetimes apart and defeat their old foes as a team again.

RELATED: Why Marvel’s Eternals Won’t Be Released in China

Director Chloé Zhao also confirmed that, unlike previous MCU films, Eternals‘ plot will be deliberately standalone in regards to the wider timeline, despite Marvel Studios’ last film, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, teasing a possible cosmic connection to Eternals. During Shang-Chi‘s mid-credit scene, it’s revealed that, when Shang-Chi acquired the millennia-old rings from his father Wenwu, they activated a homing beacon whose signal was aimed at some unknown destination in outer space.

Eternals releases in theaters on November 5.

KEEP READING: Eternals Monopoly May Hide Clues About the Marvel Film’s Settings

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Marvel’s Eternals Star Breaks the Team’s Roster Down Into Brains vs Brawn

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Gemma Chan, who plays Sersi in Marvel’s Eternals, distinguishes where she and the other nine Eternals fit in terms of their roles and power levels.

A new Eternals featurette reveals how the titular Marvel Cinematic Universe team lean toward one of two directions per character when it comes to combat and their extraterrestrial powers.

During the video, titled “In The Beginning,” Sersi actor Gemma Chan explains that “five of the Eternals are more of the thinkers,” which then cuts to a clip of her character alongside Sprite, Druig, Ajak and Phastos before showing Sersi transform an erupting volcano’s rocks into butterflies. “The other five are the stronger fighters,” she continues, leading to another split screen of Gilgamesh, Kingo, Ikaris, Thena and Makkari involved in more action-heavy scenes against bestial Deviants.


RELATED: Eternals Director on the Importance of the Film’s Two Post-Credits Scenes

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige also broke down how Eternals balances its action with the characters’ complicated relationships after a couple millennia estranged together on Earth. “The Eternals are these remarkably superpowered characters, but also a dysfunctional family unit,” he explained, with the featurette demonstrating brief glimpses of their powers like Sprite turning everyone invisible, Phastos creating a pair of arm canons and Kingo launching an explosion that, as shown behind the scenes, destroys an entire house.

The video also contrasts a happier past image of the team in smiles against their somber present-day selves, with Sprite admitting that “If this is the end of the world, at least we have front-row seats.”

As revealed in Eternals‘ trailers and commercials, the team was brought to Earth by their creators, the godlike Celestials, to protect humanity from creatures known as the Deviants. It’s also revealed by Ajak (Selma Hayek) that, despite multiple instances where they could have helped heroes like the Avengers, the Eternals were forbidden from interfering in human affairs unless they specifically involved Deviants, which hadn’t happened for millennia. However, according to producer Nate Moore, the film’s present-day plot will see the unexpected return of the Deviants in time for a cataclysmic event known as “The Emergence,” forcing the Eternals to reunite after lifetimes apart and defeat their old foes as a team again.

RELATED: Why Marvel’s Eternals Won’t Be Released in China

Director Chloé Zhao also confirmed that, unlike previous MCU films, Eternals‘ plot will be deliberately standalone in regards to the wider timeline, despite Marvel Studios’ last film, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, teasing a possible cosmic connection to Eternals. During Shang-Chi‘s mid-credit scene, it’s revealed that, when Shang-Chi acquired the millennia-old rings from his father Wenwu, they activated a homing beacon whose signal was aimed at some unknown destination in outer space.

Eternals releases in theaters on November 5.

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No. 5 was the first fashionable perfume created by Ernest Beaux, in 1931. A perfume for women with the scent of women, said Coco, who added that a woman who says “I never wear perfume” and whose coat smells like a wardrobe he exposes himself to life without any opportunity. The fragrance was immortalized by Marilyn Monroe and has had ambassadors such as Susi Parker, Ali MacGraw, Catherine Deneuve, Carole Bouquet or Nicole Kidman.

Marion Cotillard (Paris, 45 years old) is his current ambassador. “N ° 5 contains the idea of ​​a feminine essence associated with a great challenge – he reflects -, that of pleasing oneself above all else. But it could also be used by a man! When I think of No. 5, I visualize a being that seeks to be free ”.

A moment of dance starring Marion Cotillard and dancer Jérémie Bélingard in a setting that combines the same old Paris and the frozen Seine with the dusty aridity of the Moon

Chanel Nº 5

And without a doubt that has been her motto as an actress: forging a free style, defying all canon and drinking from both Stanislavski and the Comédie-Française. There is an intense Cotillard, with overflowing expressiveness, and a clown coast. In the film for Chanel, signed by the filmmaker Johan Renck – director of The walking dead, Breaking bad and Chernobyl-, dance is one of the protagonists. Cotillard and dancer Ryan Heffington put together a choreography “like no other,” says Cotillard with a bright gaze.

“My partner is Jérémie Bélingard, a great dancer from the Étoile. I was impressed; has a masterful career. It was reassuring to have someone with such experience and generosity. Dance is an important part of life daily life of an actress… ”. And the Parisian actress raised in Orleans, daughter of comedic parents, whose incarnation of Edith Piaf earned her an Oscar, a Golden Globe, a Caesar and a Bafta, among other awards, turns for Chanel in a modern and humorous dance, overflowing complicity with his partner.

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Pending brand new Anette, the latest film by cult director Leo Carax, as Chanel’s No. 5 ambassador, admits to being captivated by the difficulty of defining perfume and its creator, but she is very clear about the story of the brand’s new ad: “I play a woman who He freely expresses his feelings, in a quite happy love story. We are in Paris, the night, near the Seine; seen a black and white cape, colors of the Chanel code. We plunge into the mystery we take off and hope to reach the moon. We are in the paroxysm of the loving feeling. There is something airy and something earthly, probably what it feels like to be in love. “

‘Mademoiselle’ invented a perfume that corresponded to her personality as a modern woman. Like a construction of herself “

She says she identifies with miss: “She invented a perfume that corresponded to her personality as a modern woman. Like a construction of herself. She created an olfactory double, because no perfumer offered her what she longed for, and she decided to invent it ”. Despite its updates, maintains the base of Grasse jasmine, with a fruity aroma, may roses, neroli, vanilla and vetiver of bourbon and sandalwood.

Chanel perfumer Olivier Polge considers it “above all a state of mind … a state of mind. An idea of ​​a woman’s fulfillment, a belief in her destiny ”, and he is convinced that Gabrielle Chanel would be proud of him. The new muse of the fragrance insists on her admiration for the women who rose against conventions and established powers. And those that continue to do so. “Many women have been inspired to never give up,” she says.

The two dancers dance their feet on a moon that has an ocher-colored floor, a hue reminiscent of perfume

The two dancers put their feet in dance on a moon that has an ocher-colored floor, a hue that recalls that of perfume

Chanel Nº 5

The actress has always been interested in tracing unknown terrain; characters with feelings that he would not have been able to access otherwise. Through the darkness and the lights of the human soul. “Everybody has their demons. I am afraid of many things; one day I will know what they are ”. Conscientious and not very fond of trifles, she does not watch television and is a convinced environmentalist. Her feminism is clear: she celebrates differences, but claims that inequality will never be talked about enough until there are equal rights and opportunities. It encourages local commerce, subscribes campaigns and participates combatively in demonstrations. And just produced the documentary Bigger than usby Flore Vasseur on young activists around the world.


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When, in 2016, she was attributed an affair with Brad Pitt (and even being the cause of the breakdown of the Pitt-Jolie marriage), she puffed out on social media: “They introduced me as a home breaker, but I had nothing to do with it. I reacted because it hurt those around me… But it also made me laugh; It is the only time I have read the comments of the haters. The more horrible what they said, the more I laughed. I felt some pity for them, though to speak so meanly about something without foundation is perverse”. Interestingly, Pitt was also an ambassador for No. 5 (the only man).

The actress has multiple records when on camera and is a strong advocate for equality in real life.

The actress has multiple records when on camera and is a strong advocate for equality in real life.

Chanel Nº 5

The following year, the second daughter of the actress, Louise – after Marcel – was born, the result of her relationship with the actor and director Guillaume Canet. “I have a vital rule – he confesses -: sing, dance and laugh at least once a day”. And he concludes: “And I dance a lot with my children.” When I met her in the restaurant of the Hôtel Costes, before confinement, I appreciated in her gaze the sum of various French myths: from Piaff to Gréco, Françoise Sagan or Simone Signoret, whom Cotillard has succeeded with a hypnotic charisma.

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Marion Cotillard joins the myths that they fell in love with Chanel No. 5

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No. 5 was the first fashionable perfume created by Ernest Beaux, in 1931. A perfume for women with the scent of women, said Coco, who added that a woman who says “I never wear perfume” and whose coat smells like a wardrobe he exposes himself to life without any opportunity. The fragrance was immortalized by Marilyn Monroe and has had ambassadors such as Susi Parker, Ali MacGraw, Catherine Deneuve, Carole Bouquet or Nicole Kidman.

Marion Cotillard (Paris, 45 years old) is his current ambassador. “N ° 5 contains the idea of ​​a feminine essence associated with a great challenge – he reflects -, that of pleasing oneself above all else. But it could also be used by a man! When I think of No. 5, I visualize a being that seeks to be free ”.

A moment of dance starring Marion Cotillard and dancer Jérémie Bélingard in a setting that combines the same old Paris and the frozen Seine with the dusty aridity of the Moon

Chanel Nº 5

And without a doubt that has been her motto as an actress: forging a free style, defying all canon and drinking from both Stanislavski and the Comédie-Française. There is an intense Cotillard, with overflowing expressiveness, and a clown coast. In the film for Chanel, signed by the filmmaker Johan Renck – director of The walking dead, Breaking bad and Chernobyl-, dance is one of the protagonists. Cotillard and dancer Ryan Heffington put together a choreography “like no other,” says Cotillard with a bright gaze.

“My partner is Jérémie Bélingard, a great dancer from the Étoile. I was impressed; has a masterful career. It was reassuring to have someone with such experience and generosity. Dance is an important part of life daily life of an actress… ”. And the Parisian actress raised in Orleans, daughter of comedic parents, whose incarnation of Edith Piaf earned her an Oscar, a Golden Globe, a Caesar and a Bafta, among other awards, turns for Chanel in a modern and humorous dance, overflowing complicity with his partner.

News with jwplayer


Video



Pending brand new Anette, the latest film by cult director Leo Carax, as Chanel’s No. 5 ambassador, admits to being captivated by the difficulty of defining perfume and its creator, but she is very clear about the story of the brand’s new ad: “I play a woman who He freely expresses his feelings, in a quite happy love story. We are in Paris, the night, near the Seine; seen a black and white cape, colors of the Chanel code. We plunge into the mystery we take off and hope to reach the moon. We are in the paroxysm of the loving feeling. There is something airy and something earthly, probably what it feels like to be in love. “

‘Mademoiselle’ invented a perfume that corresponded to her personality as a modern woman. Like a construction of herself “

She says she identifies with miss: “She invented a perfume that corresponded to her personality as a modern woman. Like a construction of herself. She created an olfactory double, because no perfumer offered her what she longed for, and she decided to invent it ”. Despite its updates, maintains the base of Grasse jasmine, with a fruity aroma, may roses, neroli, vanilla and vetiver of bourbon and sandalwood.

Chanel perfumer Olivier Polge considers it “above all a state of mind … a state of mind. An idea of ​​a woman’s fulfillment, a belief in her destiny ”, and he is convinced that Gabrielle Chanel would be proud of him. The new muse of the fragrance insists on her admiration for the women who rose against conventions and established powers. And those that continue to do so. “Many women have been inspired to never give up,” she says.

The two dancers dance their feet on a moon that has an ocher-colored floor, a hue reminiscent of perfume

The two dancers put their feet in dance on a moon that has an ocher-colored floor, a hue that recalls that of perfume

Chanel Nº 5

The actress has always been interested in tracing unknown terrain; characters with feelings that he would not have been able to access otherwise. Through the darkness and the lights of the human soul. “Everybody has their demons. I am afraid of many things; one day I will know what they are ”. Conscientious and not very fond of trifles, she does not watch television and is a convinced environmentalist. Her feminism is clear: she celebrates differences, but claims that inequality will never be talked about enough until there are equal rights and opportunities. It encourages local commerce, subscribes campaigns and participates combatively in demonstrations. And just produced the documentary Bigger than usby Flore Vasseur on young activists around the world.


Read also

Margarita puig

Métiers d'art is the collection with which Chanel shows its intimate involvement with the work of the most delicate crafts linked to fashion

When, in 2016, she was attributed an affair with Brad Pitt (and even being the cause of the breakdown of the Pitt-Jolie marriage), she puffed out on social media: “They introduced me as a home breaker, but I had nothing to do with it. I reacted because it hurt those around me… But it also made me laugh; It is the only time I have read the comments of the haters. The more horrible what they said, the more I laughed. I felt some pity for them, though to speak so meanly about something without foundation is perverse”. Interestingly, Pitt was also an ambassador for No. 5 (the only man).

The actress has multiple records when on camera and is a strong advocate for equality in real life.

The actress has multiple records when on camera and is a strong advocate for equality in real life.

Chanel Nº 5

The following year, the second daughter of the actress, Louise – after Marcel – was born, the result of her relationship with the actor and director Guillaume Canet. “I have a vital rule – he confesses -: sing, dance and laugh at least once a day”. And he concludes: “And I dance a lot with my children.” When I met her in the restaurant of the Hôtel Costes, before confinement, I appreciated in her gaze the sum of various French myths: from Piaff to Gréco, Françoise Sagan or Simone Signoret, whom Cotillard has succeeded with a hypnotic charisma.

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Marion Cotillard joins the myths that they fell in love with Chanel No. 5

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When in March of this year she starred on the cover of the People magazine special beauty, without makeup, washed face, she showed a radiant attitude in the face of aesthetic criticism and the ageism that haunts the vast majority of actresses past 40. Katie Holmes (December 18, 1978) ended 2021 with 43 years of age and splendid skin that is rarely hidden behind makeup. It is not that he does not like it, it is that he is in a moment in which value inner beauty more. In it it may seem like a cliché, but within the Hollywood industry it is a great saying in view of the constant scrutiny to which celebrities, especially, are subjected.

“I accept my age with gratitude and I don’t worry about not having makeup. My joy comes from within “commented the actress in People magazine. And that internal joy also has its external reflection. Today we want to look at how he has managed and maintains his cared skin that, contrary to a basic view that considers this a natural opposition to the banishment of physical stereotypes, it is an exercise in well-being and health that is increasingly redirected. Four commandments govern the respect your skin and, from them, we can learn something to preserve and treat our face.

diet as a starting point

It should be understood that the concept of diet does not refer to a limitation of food, but to the choice of your meals. In that sense, Katie Holmes is clear that her care routine begins on the inside. Thus, drink lots of water and eat lots of vegetables, because for the skin to feel hydrated and strengthened it is essential to give it all the possible vitamins and minerals. “I drink a lot of water and try to eat a lot of vegetables to keep my skin as healthy as possible.”

Its active principle and its star product

Like many other celebrities, for the actress a moisturizer that keeps the skin hydrated from the outside is essential. “I take care of my skin by cleaning it every morning and every night and using a lot of serum”. If possible, it contains your favorite active ingredient, hyaluronic acid, for which you drink the winds, whether in the form of a serum, cream or any other product to treat your face.

Treatments with name and surname

Of course, Katie Holmes has a leading brand that she goes to for both facial care products and luxury treatments. Everything that Drag. Barbara Sturm brings to the market the interest of the celebrity, who has been fixed to this luxury cosmetic brand for years. “I am a huge fan of Dr. Sturm. I regularly get her facials and use her products.”

He does not leave home without …

Sunscreen. There is no cosmetic more essential in your care routine than a good physical barrier against sun damage. “When I leave home I make sure to bring sunscreen and lip gloss“says the actress who does not forget her other must have when opening the door to the street. Is it or is it not an example of natural beauty?

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Katie Holmes’ four commandments for beautiful, well-groomed skin

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When in March of this year she starred on the cover of the People magazine special beauty, without makeup, washed face, she showed a radiant attitude in the face of aesthetic criticism and the ageism that haunts the vast majority of actresses past 40. Katie Holmes (December 18, 1978) ended 2021 with 43 years of age and splendid skin that is rarely hidden behind makeup. It is not that he does not like it, it is that he is in a moment in which value inner beauty more. In it it may seem like a cliché, but within the Hollywood industry it is a great saying in view of the constant scrutiny to which celebrities, especially, are subjected.

“I accept my age with gratitude and I don’t worry about not having makeup. My joy comes from within “commented the actress in People magazine. And that internal joy also has its external reflection. Today we want to look at how he has managed and maintains his cared skin that, contrary to a basic view that considers this a natural opposition to the banishment of physical stereotypes, it is an exercise in well-being and health that is increasingly redirected. Four commandments govern the respect your skin and, from them, we can learn something to preserve and treat our face.

diet as a starting point

It should be understood that the concept of diet does not refer to a limitation of food, but to the choice of your meals. In that sense, Katie Holmes is clear that her care routine begins on the inside. Thus, drink lots of water and eat lots of vegetables, because for the skin to feel hydrated and strengthened it is essential to give it all the possible vitamins and minerals. “I drink a lot of water and try to eat a lot of vegetables to keep my skin as healthy as possible.”

Its active principle and its star product

Like many other celebrities, for the actress a moisturizer that keeps the skin hydrated from the outside is essential. “I take care of my skin by cleaning it every morning and every night and using a lot of serum”. If possible, it contains your favorite active ingredient, hyaluronic acid, for which you drink the winds, whether in the form of a serum, cream or any other product to treat your face.

Treatments with name and surname

Of course, Katie Holmes has a leading brand that she goes to for both facial care products and luxury treatments. Everything that Drag. Barbara Sturm brings to the market the interest of the celebrity, who has been fixed to this luxury cosmetic brand for years. “I am a huge fan of Dr. Sturm. I regularly get her facials and use her products.”

He does not leave home without …

Sunscreen. There is no cosmetic more essential in your care routine than a good physical barrier against sun damage. “When I leave home I make sure to bring sunscreen and lip gloss“says the actress who does not forget her other must have when opening the door to the street. Is it or is it not an example of natural beauty?

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Homemade beauty tips from celebrities that you can now put into practice

Homemade beauty tips from celebrities that you can now put into practice

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Katie Holmes’ four commandments for beautiful, well-groomed skin

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634197092) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(108) "ScreenPro Provides COVID-19 Testing at the Toronto International Film Festival | 2021-09-16 | Press Releases" ["link"]=> string(138) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/screenpro-provides-covid-19-testing-at-the-toronto-international-film-festival-2021-09-16-press-releases/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 14 Oct 2021 07:36:07 +0000" ["category"]=> string(26) "Movie Production Companies" ["guid"]=> string(138) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/screenpro-provides-covid-19-testing-at-the-toronto-international-film-festival-2021-09-16-press-releases/" ["description"]=> string(873) "Toronto, Ontario–(Newsfile Corp. – September 16, 2021) – ScreenPro Security Inc. (CSE: SCRN) (“ScreenPro” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it is providing COVID-19 testing for productions who are attending the 46th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival (“TIFF”). The 46th edition of the TIFF features 10 days of exceptional international and ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7220) "

Toronto, Ontario–(Newsfile Corp. – September 16, 2021) – ScreenPro Security Inc. (CSE: SCRN) (“ScreenPro” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it is providing COVID-19 testing for productions who are attending the 46th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival (“TIFF”).

The 46th edition of the TIFF features 10 days of exceptional international and Canadian cinema with close to 200 films in its Official Selection, unparalleled events featuring acclaimed industry guests, and TIFF’s Industry Conference. Recognized as the world’s largest public film festival, TIFF is bringing the theatrical experience back to life and continues its reputation as both a leader in amplifying under-represented cinematic voices and a bellwether for programming award-winning films from around the globe.

Lena Kozovski, CEO of ScreenPro Security commented, “The COVID-19 testing market is an important business sector for ScreenPro, and we look to continue supporting the film and production industry where it is critical to test, track and protect staff, audience members, and visitors.”

Experience TIFF in person with single tickets to in-cinema, drive-in, and open-air cinema screenings and from home with tickets for TIFF’s digital film screenings, available across Canada. All details are available at tiff.net/tickets.

Information about Industry registration for this year’s Festival (September 9-18) and Industry Conference (September 9-13) can be found at tiff.net/industry-accreditation.

TIFF is generously supported by Lead Sponsor Bell, Major Sponsors RBC, L’Oréal Paris, and Visa, and Major Supporters the Government of Ontario, Telefilm Canada, and the City of Toronto. TIFF Film Circuit is presented in partnership with Telefilm Canada and supported by Ontario Creates.

TIFF COVID-19 Protocols

Beginning on September 9, 2021, Festival staff, audience members or visitors entering TIFF Festival venues from September 9 to 18 will be required to either show proof they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or proof that they have tested negative for COVID-19 within 48 hours prior to entering any TIFF venue.

In addition to proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative COVID test, masks are required at all TIFF Festival venues. Audience members and visitors will not be permitted entry into the venue without a mask. Where an audience member or visitor is unable to wear a mask due to health reasons, TIFF will provide them with a face shield as an alternative. If the audience member or visitor does not wish to wear a face shield, they will be denied entry into the venue and will be given a refund for their ticket. At drive-ins and the open-air theatre, audience members will be required to wear masks when outside of their vehicle or seating pod.

About ScreenPro

ScreenPro is a Screening and Medical Technology company. ScreenPro provides turnkey screening solutions with alerting software, GoStop. ScreenPro’s unique access to multiple manufacturers of high quality test kits and its strategic partnership with Labs in Vancouver and Ontario allows ScreenPro to be a nationwide provider of a full-service testing solutions across Canada. In addition, ScreenPro has its own nursing professionals, and access to high quality PPEs to ensure that its clients are protected in all aspects of their testing needs. GoStop’s passport was developed with a privacy preserving approach that will enable individuals to use the alerting software and downloadable app with authentication certificates. The alerts can be scheduled on an on-demand, daily, weekly, or monthly basis and can be used also for vaccine scheduling.

For additional information on ScreenPro and other corporate information, please visit the Company’s website at www.screenprosecurity.com.

Neither the Canadian Securities Exchange (the “CSE”) nor it’s Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the CSE) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

For further information please contact:

Jamie Hyland, Director

Email: info@screenprosecurity.com

P. (604) 442-2425

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" } ["summary"]=> string(873) "Toronto, Ontario–(Newsfile Corp. – September 16, 2021) – ScreenPro Security Inc. (CSE: SCRN) (“ScreenPro” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it is providing COVID-19 testing for productions who are attending the 46th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival (“TIFF”). The 46th edition of the TIFF features 10 days of exceptional international and ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(7220) "

Toronto, Ontario–(Newsfile Corp. – September 16, 2021) – ScreenPro Security Inc. (CSE: SCRN) (“ScreenPro” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it is providing COVID-19 testing for productions who are attending the 46th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival (“TIFF”).

The 46th edition of the TIFF features 10 days of exceptional international and Canadian cinema with close to 200 films in its Official Selection, unparalleled events featuring acclaimed industry guests, and TIFF’s Industry Conference. Recognized as the world’s largest public film festival, TIFF is bringing the theatrical experience back to life and continues its reputation as both a leader in amplifying under-represented cinematic voices and a bellwether for programming award-winning films from around the globe.

Lena Kozovski, CEO of ScreenPro Security commented, “The COVID-19 testing market is an important business sector for ScreenPro, and we look to continue supporting the film and production industry where it is critical to test, track and protect staff, audience members, and visitors.”

Experience TIFF in person with single tickets to in-cinema, drive-in, and open-air cinema screenings and from home with tickets for TIFF’s digital film screenings, available across Canada. All details are available at tiff.net/tickets.

Information about Industry registration for this year’s Festival (September 9-18) and Industry Conference (September 9-13) can be found at tiff.net/industry-accreditation.

TIFF is generously supported by Lead Sponsor Bell, Major Sponsors RBC, L’Oréal Paris, and Visa, and Major Supporters the Government of Ontario, Telefilm Canada, and the City of Toronto. TIFF Film Circuit is presented in partnership with Telefilm Canada and supported by Ontario Creates.

TIFF COVID-19 Protocols

Beginning on September 9, 2021, Festival staff, audience members or visitors entering TIFF Festival venues from September 9 to 18 will be required to either show proof they have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or proof that they have tested negative for COVID-19 within 48 hours prior to entering any TIFF venue.

In addition to proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative COVID test, masks are required at all TIFF Festival venues. Audience members and visitors will not be permitted entry into the venue without a mask. Where an audience member or visitor is unable to wear a mask due to health reasons, TIFF will provide them with a face shield as an alternative. If the audience member or visitor does not wish to wear a face shield, they will be denied entry into the venue and will be given a refund for their ticket. At drive-ins and the open-air theatre, audience members will be required to wear masks when outside of their vehicle or seating pod.

About ScreenPro

ScreenPro is a Screening and Medical Technology company. ScreenPro provides turnkey screening solutions with alerting software, GoStop. ScreenPro’s unique access to multiple manufacturers of high quality test kits and its strategic partnership with Labs in Vancouver and Ontario allows ScreenPro to be a nationwide provider of a full-service testing solutions across Canada. In addition, ScreenPro has its own nursing professionals, and access to high quality PPEs to ensure that its clients are protected in all aspects of their testing needs. GoStop’s passport was developed with a privacy preserving approach that will enable individuals to use the alerting software and downloadable app with authentication certificates. The alerts can be scheduled on an on-demand, daily, weekly, or monthly basis and can be used also for vaccine scheduling.

For additional information on ScreenPro and other corporate information, please visit the Company’s website at www.screenprosecurity.com.

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634196967) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(91) "The Card Counter is a Disappointing Entry in a Genius’s Filmography – SXU Student Media" ["link"]=> string(118) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/the-card-counter-is-a-disappointing-entry-in-a-geniuss-filmography-sxu-student-media/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 14 Oct 2021 07:34:39 +0000" ["category"]=> string(70) "TrendingCardCounterDisappointingEntryFilmographyGeniussMediastudentSXU" ["guid"]=> string(118) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/the-card-counter-is-a-disappointing-entry-in-a-geniuss-filmography-sxu-student-media/" ["description"]=> string(726) "Few screenwriters influenced the New Hollywood movement more than Paul Schrader. The writer of Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, and Mishima helped bridge the gap between Hollywood and European cinema. With all this in mind, I was looking forward to watching his latest film, The Card Counter. Boasting Martin Scorsese as executive producer and Oscar Isaac ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(8419) "

Few screenwriters influenced the New Hollywood movement more than Paul Schrader. The writer of Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, and Mishima helped bridge the gap between Hollywood and European cinema.

With all this in mind, I was looking forward to watching his latest film, The Card Counter. Boasting Martin Scorsese as executive producer and Oscar Isaac as leading man, The Card Counter is a film that has a lot to deliver.

The film’s plot focuses on William Tell (played by Oscar Isaac)—a lonely gambler recently released after being incarcerated for abuses in Abu Ghraib prison. After listening in on a seminar given inside the casino building, Tell encounters Cirk (played by Tye Sheridan).

Cirk expresses his desire to collaborate with Tell in a revenge plot against Tell’s traitorous former superior John Gordo (played by Willem Dafoe), who also happened to have betrayed Circk’s father. Tell proceeds to take Cirk under his wing in an attempt to suppress his violent ambitions, but at the same time, Tell’s urge to confront his past demons begins to grow into something he can’t ignore.

Film buffs will probably recognize the similarity to Schrader’s most famous script: Taxi Driver. Both films center on a lonely drifter with PTSD who tries to suppress his violent urges. It’s a formula that’s worked for Schrader—a combination of Bresson’s reflectiveness and Hollywood’s glamorized violence.

Despite this promising premise, The Card Counter falls short in the tension, unpredictability, and structure of Schrader’s previous films. Unlike Taxi Driver, the film seems to analyze its protagonist on a superficial level.

As a character, Tell seems to be defined by two things: his PTSD and his obsession with routine. Apart from a few scenes, these two traits never seem to manifest or put Tell in conflict with the outside world in any significant way. The antisocial and violent traits of Schrader’s previous characters provided memorable scenes that have become ingrained in Hollywood mythos; so much so that Tell (despite Oscar Isaac’s performance) becomes completely unremarkable in comparison.

Likewise, the film’s antagonist is largely underdeveloped as well. Being a fan of Willem Dafoe, I was eager to see him as John Gordo—the sadistic soldier who got off scot-free. Unfortunately, Dafoe barely gets any screen time and never interacts with Isaac outside of a couple scenes.

The weak interplay of Tell and Gordo demonstrates the underlying problem with the film’s script. Tell’s relationships with the supporting cast had the potential to be interesting, but they’re undermined by a lack of development.

Despite the problems with the script, the overall story is still compelling. Where the film really suffers is in its visuals.

Seeing Martin Scorsese’s name on the poster, brings to mind the meticulous lighting and cinematography of such films as Goodfellas, The Wolf of Wall Street, and Casino. Scorsese’s hand must have never touched a camera during the production of this film because the lighting and cinematography of The Card Counter are painfully bland.

Casino and The Card Counter both set the majority of their runtime in casinos, but the atmosphere of both films differs completely. Casino’s palette is perfect with almost every slot machine, lamp, and even cigarette smoke contributing to how the film is lighted. In contrast, The Card Counter has all its casino scenes bathed in a “cool white” lighting.

The film gains no points in cinematography either. Establishing shots are filmed like stock footage, and overall, the camerawork gives viewers no sense of intimacy with the characters.

All these elements add up to make a film that doesn’t necessarily fail at anything but instead falls a little short in everything. All the pieces are in place for a great film: great actors, a great producer, and a great screenwriter. However, The Card Counter doesn’t feel like any of these people’s best work.

I really wanted to like The Card Counter. It’s a rare type of movie these days: one that focuses on quieter moments and internal conflict rather than action and spectacle. Despite that, it lacks the nuance and craft of both Schrader and Scorsese’s earlier work.

If this was the debut film of a rookie director, I’d certainly have more praise for it, but viewing it as the work of a Hollywood veteran warrants a harsher reception. It’s a film with great ideas and great talent behind it that ultimately feels unpolished and bland.

If you’re a fan of anyone involved in the film (Schrader, Scorsese, Isaac, etc.), it’s still worth a watch. However, those looking for a better cinematic experience should stick to Taxi Driver.

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Few screenwriters influenced the New Hollywood movement more than Paul Schrader. The writer of Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, and Mishima helped bridge the gap between Hollywood and European cinema.

With all this in mind, I was looking forward to watching his latest film, The Card Counter. Boasting Martin Scorsese as executive producer and Oscar Isaac as leading man, The Card Counter is a film that has a lot to deliver.

The film’s plot focuses on William Tell (played by Oscar Isaac)—a lonely gambler recently released after being incarcerated for abuses in Abu Ghraib prison. After listening in on a seminar given inside the casino building, Tell encounters Cirk (played by Tye Sheridan).

Cirk expresses his desire to collaborate with Tell in a revenge plot against Tell’s traitorous former superior John Gordo (played by Willem Dafoe), who also happened to have betrayed Circk’s father. Tell proceeds to take Cirk under his wing in an attempt to suppress his violent ambitions, but at the same time, Tell’s urge to confront his past demons begins to grow into something he can’t ignore.

Film buffs will probably recognize the similarity to Schrader’s most famous script: Taxi Driver. Both films center on a lonely drifter with PTSD who tries to suppress his violent urges. It’s a formula that’s worked for Schrader—a combination of Bresson’s reflectiveness and Hollywood’s glamorized violence.

Despite this promising premise, The Card Counter falls short in the tension, unpredictability, and structure of Schrader’s previous films. Unlike Taxi Driver, the film seems to analyze its protagonist on a superficial level.

As a character, Tell seems to be defined by two things: his PTSD and his obsession with routine. Apart from a few scenes, these two traits never seem to manifest or put Tell in conflict with the outside world in any significant way. The antisocial and violent traits of Schrader’s previous characters provided memorable scenes that have become ingrained in Hollywood mythos; so much so that Tell (despite Oscar Isaac’s performance) becomes completely unremarkable in comparison.

Likewise, the film’s antagonist is largely underdeveloped as well. Being a fan of Willem Dafoe, I was eager to see him as John Gordo—the sadistic soldier who got off scot-free. Unfortunately, Dafoe barely gets any screen time and never interacts with Isaac outside of a couple scenes.

The weak interplay of Tell and Gordo demonstrates the underlying problem with the film’s script. Tell’s relationships with the supporting cast had the potential to be interesting, but they’re undermined by a lack of development.

Despite the problems with the script, the overall story is still compelling. Where the film really suffers is in its visuals.

Seeing Martin Scorsese’s name on the poster, brings to mind the meticulous lighting and cinematography of such films as Goodfellas, The Wolf of Wall Street, and Casino. Scorsese’s hand must have never touched a camera during the production of this film because the lighting and cinematography of The Card Counter are painfully bland.

Casino and The Card Counter both set the majority of their runtime in casinos, but the atmosphere of both films differs completely. Casino’s palette is perfect with almost every slot machine, lamp, and even cigarette smoke contributing to how the film is lighted. In contrast, The Card Counter has all its casino scenes bathed in a “cool white” lighting.

The film gains no points in cinematography either. Establishing shots are filmed like stock footage, and overall, the camerawork gives viewers no sense of intimacy with the characters.

All these elements add up to make a film that doesn’t necessarily fail at anything but instead falls a little short in everything. All the pieces are in place for a great film: great actors, a great producer, and a great screenwriter. However, The Card Counter doesn’t feel like any of these people’s best work.

I really wanted to like The Card Counter. It’s a rare type of movie these days: one that focuses on quieter moments and internal conflict rather than action and spectacle. Despite that, it lacks the nuance and craft of both Schrader and Scorsese’s earlier work.

If this was the debut film of a rookie director, I’d certainly have more praise for it, but viewing it as the work of a Hollywood veteran warrants a harsher reception. It’s a film with great ideas and great talent behind it that ultimately feels unpolished and bland.

If you’re a fan of anyone involved in the film (Schrader, Scorsese, Isaac, etc.), it’s still worth a watch. However, those looking for a better cinematic experience should stick to Taxi Driver.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634196879) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(35) "All the Voice and Live-Action Stars" ["link"]=> string(69) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/all-the-voice-and-live-action-stars/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 14 Oct 2021 07:32:02 +0000" ["category"]=> string(28) "TrendingLiveActionStarsvoice" ["guid"]=> string(69) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/all-the-voice-and-live-action-stars/" ["description"]=> string(497) "The Looney Tunes are back on the big screen in Space Jam: A New Legacy, following their new series on HBO Max in 2020. For the movie, the voice cast is not the same as the recent cartoons, and some characters have been added in for the Space Jam movie. Ahead are some spoilers for ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(9914) "

The Looney Tunes are back on the big screen in Space Jam: A New Legacy, following their new series on HBO Max in 2020.

For the movie, the voice cast is not the same as the recent cartoons, and some characters have been added in for the Space Jam movie.

Ahead are some spoilers for Space Jam: A New Legacy.

Who Is in the Cast of Space Jam 2?

The live-action cast is led by LeBron James, with Cedric Joe playing his son Dom.

Ceyair J. Wright plays James’ eldest son Darius, Harper Leigh Alexander plays Xosha, James’ daughter, and Sonequa Martin-Green plays James’ wife Kamiyah.

All of the James family actors are loosely based on James’ real-life wife and children, though using different names.

A production still from Space Jam: A New Legacy. LeBron James, Don Cheadle and Cedric Joe in the film.
Warner Bros

Don Cheadle plays evil algorithm Al-G Rhythm, while Khris Davis plays James’ manager Malik, while Sarah Silverman and Steven Yeun play Warner Bros executives.

There are also plenty of cameo appearances in the movie, such as Ernie Johnson Jr. and Lil Rel Howery playing game commentators.

Basketball stars Klay Thompson, Anthony Davis, Damian Lillard, Diana Taurasi and Nneka Ogwumike also appear in person and as cartoon characters, as well as actor Michael B. Jordan in one of the film’s funniest moments.

As for the voice cast, there are a couple of new faces playing characters who have not been shown as regularly in new iterations of the Looney Tunes.

Zendaya, for example, plays Lola Bunny, while Gabriel Iglesias is Speedy Gonzales.

There was controversy around the character of Speedy, as well as Pepe Le Pew and Lola Bunny.

Pepe Le Pew was accused in a New York Times article as adding to rape culture, and journalist Charles M. Blow made a strong case for the character being canceled.

Before this, however, Pepe’s only scene in the movie was cut in the edit, despite it reportedly showing the importance of consent.

Lola Bunny’s character was also changed to make her less sexualized than her previous Space Jam incarnation.

Director Malcolm D. Lee told Entertainment Weekly: “I had no idea that people would be that up in arms about a bunny not having boobs.

“Listen, I understand people don’t want things to change, but I think we needed some evolution with her, not by objectifying her but by making her strong and still feminine.

“And, yes, we had all these other women who were like, ‘Oh, you can’t be strong and have big boobs?!’ Sure you can, but we’re talking about a cartoon bunny not women!”

1 of 5

The final character to receive such controversy was Speedy Gonzales, as the character has been considered a racial stereotype, which Blow also mentioned in his article.

However, actor Iglesias hit back, tweeting: “I am the voice of Speedy Gonzales in the new Space Jam. Does this mean they are gonna try to cancel Fluffy too?

“U can’t catch me cancel culture. I’m the fastest mouse in all of Mexico”

I am the voice of Speedy Gonzales in the new Space Jam. Does this mean they are gonna try to cancel Fluffy too? U can’t catch me cancel culture. I’m the fastest mouse in all of Mexico 💨 pic.twitter.com/Ov4wjO00kM

— G a b r i e l – I g l e s i a s (@fluffyguy) March 7, 2021

Outside of these characters, many of the usual voice actors for the Looney Tunes return, such as Jeff Bergman, Eric Bauza, Fred Tatasciore, Bob Bergen and Candi Milo.

Space Jam: A New Legacy is out in movie theaters and on HBO Max

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All the Voice and Live-Action Stars

" } ["summary"]=> string(497) "The Looney Tunes are back on the big screen in Space Jam: A New Legacy, following their new series on HBO Max in 2020. For the movie, the voice cast is not the same as the recent cartoons, and some characters have been added in for the Space Jam movie. Ahead are some spoilers for ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(9914) "

The Looney Tunes are back on the big screen in Space Jam: A New Legacy, following their new series on HBO Max in 2020.

For the movie, the voice cast is not the same as the recent cartoons, and some characters have been added in for the Space Jam movie.

Ahead are some spoilers for Space Jam: A New Legacy.

Who Is in the Cast of Space Jam 2?

The live-action cast is led by LeBron James, with Cedric Joe playing his son Dom.

Ceyair J. Wright plays James’ eldest son Darius, Harper Leigh Alexander plays Xosha, James’ daughter, and Sonequa Martin-Green plays James’ wife Kamiyah.

All of the James family actors are loosely based on James’ real-life wife and children, though using different names.

A production still from Space Jam: A New Legacy. LeBron James, Don Cheadle and Cedric Joe in the film.
Warner Bros

Don Cheadle plays evil algorithm Al-G Rhythm, while Khris Davis plays James’ manager Malik, while Sarah Silverman and Steven Yeun play Warner Bros executives.

There are also plenty of cameo appearances in the movie, such as Ernie Johnson Jr. and Lil Rel Howery playing game commentators.

Basketball stars Klay Thompson, Anthony Davis, Damian Lillard, Diana Taurasi and Nneka Ogwumike also appear in person and as cartoon characters, as well as actor Michael B. Jordan in one of the film’s funniest moments.

As for the voice cast, there are a couple of new faces playing characters who have not been shown as regularly in new iterations of the Looney Tunes.

Zendaya, for example, plays Lola Bunny, while Gabriel Iglesias is Speedy Gonzales.

There was controversy around the character of Speedy, as well as Pepe Le Pew and Lola Bunny.

Pepe Le Pew was accused in a New York Times article as adding to rape culture, and journalist Charles M. Blow made a strong case for the character being canceled.

Before this, however, Pepe’s only scene in the movie was cut in the edit, despite it reportedly showing the importance of consent.

Lola Bunny’s character was also changed to make her less sexualized than her previous Space Jam incarnation.

Director Malcolm D. Lee told Entertainment Weekly: “I had no idea that people would be that up in arms about a bunny not having boobs.

“Listen, I understand people don’t want things to change, but I think we needed some evolution with her, not by objectifying her but by making her strong and still feminine.

“And, yes, we had all these other women who were like, ‘Oh, you can’t be strong and have big boobs?!’ Sure you can, but we’re talking about a cartoon bunny not women!”

1 of 5

The final character to receive such controversy was Speedy Gonzales, as the character has been considered a racial stereotype, which Blow also mentioned in his article.

However, actor Iglesias hit back, tweeting: “I am the voice of Speedy Gonzales in the new Space Jam. Does this mean they are gonna try to cancel Fluffy too?

“U can’t catch me cancel culture. I’m the fastest mouse in all of Mexico”

I am the voice of Speedy Gonzales in the new Space Jam. Does this mean they are gonna try to cancel Fluffy too? U can’t catch me cancel culture. I’m the fastest mouse in all of Mexico 💨 pic.twitter.com/Ov4wjO00kM

— G a b r i e l – I g l e s i a s (@fluffyguy) March 7, 2021

Outside of these characters, many of the usual voice actors for the Looney Tunes return, such as Jeff Bergman, Eric Bauza, Fred Tatasciore, Bob Bergen and Candi Milo.

Space Jam: A New Legacy is out in movie theaters and on HBO Max

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
All the Voice and Live-Action Stars

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634196722) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(99) "Film picks: Japanese Film Festival, German Film Festival, Respect, Entertainment News & Top Stories" ["link"]=> string(127) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/film-picks-japanese-film-festival-german-film-festival-respect-entertainment-news-top-stories/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 14 Oct 2021 07:08:47 +0000" ["category"]=> string(75) "Movie NewsEntertainmentFestivalfilmGermanJapaneseNewsPicksRespectStoriesTop" ["guid"]=> string(127) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/film-picks-japanese-film-festival-german-film-festival-respect-entertainment-news-top-stories/" ["description"]=> string(785) "Japanese Film Festival 2021 This year’s edition of this film calendar staple will include online question-and-answer sessions with seven film-makers after the screenings. A hybrid event, it will feature physical and online screenings. Science-fiction comedy Beyond The Infinite Two Minutes (PG, 71 minutes, a physical screening at Shaw Lido, Oct 16, 6 pm, and online ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5149) "

Japanese Film Festival 2021

This year’s edition of this film calendar staple will include online question-and-answer sessions with seven film-makers after the screenings. A hybrid event, it will feature physical and online screenings.

Science-fiction comedy Beyond The Infinite Two Minutes (PG, 71 minutes, a physical screening at Shaw Lido, Oct 16, 6 pm, and online at Kinolounge) is film-maker Junta Yamaguchi’s debut feature, and winner of awards at this year’s Fantasia Film Festival. Cafe owner Kato (Kazunari Tosa) discovers that a security camera at his business can see two minutes into the future. When friends find out, they play with the glitch in the matrix to see what they can get away with. Of course, things go out of hand. Like another much-lauded Japanese work, the zombie comedy One Cut Of The Dead (2017), the movie is shot in one continuous take.

Presented by the Japan Creative Centre (JCC), Embassy of Japan and The Japan Foundation, in collaboration with the Singapore Film Society (SFS).

Where: Shaw Theatres Lido, Oldham Theatre and The Projector; Online screenings at Shaw KinoLounge
When: Till Oct 31, various times
Admission: Shaw Lido Theatres – $13.50 ($11.50 for members of JCC, SFS and Isetan); Shaw KinoLounge – $8 a film, $25 for all four films; Oldham Theatre – $10 ($8 for members of JCC, SFS and Asian Film Archive for PIA Film Festival Retrospective only); The Projector – $13.50 on weekdays, $15 on weekends ($2 discount for members of JCC, SFS and The Projector)
Info: Website

25th German Film Festival

This year’s edition will feature 12 films, with physical screenings at The Projector and online viewings at The Projector Plus.

The opening film is the romantic fantasy Undine (M18, 91 minutes, two physical screenings only, Oct 21 and Nov 6, various times). Selected to compete in the Golden Bear section at last year’s Berlin International Film Festival, it tells the story of the woman of the film’s title (Paula Beer), a historian who finds her life mirroring that of the mythological water nymphs from whom she took her name.

The 25th German Film Festival is presented by the Goethe-Institut Singapore jointly with The Projector and The Projector Plus.

Where: The Projector, 05-00 Golden Mile Tower, 6001 Beach Road
MRT: Nicoll Highway
When: 21 Oct to 7 Nov, various times
Admission: $13.50, with discounts for Goethe-Institut, fan club, student club and other members
Info: Website

Still from the film Undine. PHOTO: THE MATCH FACTORY

Respect (PG13)

145 minutes, opens Oct 14, 4 stars

The biopic opens in 1952, with Aretha, only 10 and already a musical prodigy, beloved by her family but in the grip of her domineering father, the pastor C. L. Franklin (Forest Whitaker). That relationship, at once nurturing and smothering, establishes a pattern that would repeat itself over the life of the musician, played as an adult by singer and actress Jennifer Hudson.

At over two hours in length, this is an untidy, often melodramatic movie about a long event-filled life, one that moved in sync with the upheavals of the civil rights movement. Franklin died in 2018 at 76, with this biography being one of her final projects. The film’s title, taken from one of her biggest hits, serves as a convenient unifying theme, but it is too vague an idea to deliver anything with insight.

The best thing about authorised musician biopics is the performance rights. Hudson puts those rights to work in several concert scenes, all spine-tinglingly powerful. Thankfully, she does not try to copy Franklin’s timbre or note choices, instead performing the standards (such as A Natural Woman, Amazing Grace and the title song) in her own electrifying style.

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Film picks: Japanese Film Festival, German Film Festival, Respect, Entertainment News & Top Stories

" } ["summary"]=> string(785) "Japanese Film Festival 2021 This year’s edition of this film calendar staple will include online question-and-answer sessions with seven film-makers after the screenings. A hybrid event, it will feature physical and online screenings. Science-fiction comedy Beyond The Infinite Two Minutes (PG, 71 minutes, a physical screening at Shaw Lido, Oct 16, 6 pm, and online ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5149) "

Japanese Film Festival 2021

This year’s edition of this film calendar staple will include online question-and-answer sessions with seven film-makers after the screenings. A hybrid event, it will feature physical and online screenings.

Science-fiction comedy Beyond The Infinite Two Minutes (PG, 71 minutes, a physical screening at Shaw Lido, Oct 16, 6 pm, and online at Kinolounge) is film-maker Junta Yamaguchi’s debut feature, and winner of awards at this year’s Fantasia Film Festival. Cafe owner Kato (Kazunari Tosa) discovers that a security camera at his business can see two minutes into the future. When friends find out, they play with the glitch in the matrix to see what they can get away with. Of course, things go out of hand. Like another much-lauded Japanese work, the zombie comedy One Cut Of The Dead (2017), the movie is shot in one continuous take.

Presented by the Japan Creative Centre (JCC), Embassy of Japan and The Japan Foundation, in collaboration with the Singapore Film Society (SFS).

Where: Shaw Theatres Lido, Oldham Theatre and The Projector; Online screenings at Shaw KinoLounge
When: Till Oct 31, various times
Admission: Shaw Lido Theatres – $13.50 ($11.50 for members of JCC, SFS and Isetan); Shaw KinoLounge – $8 a film, $25 for all four films; Oldham Theatre – $10 ($8 for members of JCC, SFS and Asian Film Archive for PIA Film Festival Retrospective only); The Projector – $13.50 on weekdays, $15 on weekends ($2 discount for members of JCC, SFS and The Projector)
Info: Website

25th German Film Festival

This year’s edition will feature 12 films, with physical screenings at The Projector and online viewings at The Projector Plus.

The opening film is the romantic fantasy Undine (M18, 91 minutes, two physical screenings only, Oct 21 and Nov 6, various times). Selected to compete in the Golden Bear section at last year’s Berlin International Film Festival, it tells the story of the woman of the film’s title (Paula Beer), a historian who finds her life mirroring that of the mythological water nymphs from whom she took her name.

The 25th German Film Festival is presented by the Goethe-Institut Singapore jointly with The Projector and The Projector Plus.

Where: The Projector, 05-00 Golden Mile Tower, 6001 Beach Road
MRT: Nicoll Highway
When: 21 Oct to 7 Nov, various times
Admission: $13.50, with discounts for Goethe-Institut, fan club, student club and other members
Info: Website

Still from the film Undine. PHOTO: THE MATCH FACTORY

Respect (PG13)

145 minutes, opens Oct 14, 4 stars

The biopic opens in 1952, with Aretha, only 10 and already a musical prodigy, beloved by her family but in the grip of her domineering father, the pastor C. L. Franklin (Forest Whitaker). That relationship, at once nurturing and smothering, establishes a pattern that would repeat itself over the life of the musician, played as an adult by singer and actress Jennifer Hudson.

At over two hours in length, this is an untidy, often melodramatic movie about a long event-filled life, one that moved in sync with the upheavals of the civil rights movement. Franklin died in 2018 at 76, with this biography being one of her final projects. The film’s title, taken from one of her biggest hits, serves as a convenient unifying theme, but it is too vague an idea to deliver anything with insight.

The best thing about authorised musician biopics is the performance rights. Hudson puts those rights to work in several concert scenes, all spine-tinglingly powerful. Thankfully, she does not try to copy Franklin’s timbre or note choices, instead performing the standards (such as A Natural Woman, Amazing Grace and the title song) in her own electrifying style.

Many Thanks To The following Website For This Valuable Content.
Film picks: Japanese Film Festival, German Film Festival, Respect, Entertainment News & Top Stories

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1634195327) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(59) "What to watch on TV today? Thursday October 14, 2021 | TV" ["link"]=> string(87) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/what-to-watch-on-tv-today-thursday-october-14-2021-tv/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(10) "Susan Paul" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 14 Oct 2021 06:40:55 +0000" ["category"]=> string(51) "Movie Production CompaniesOctoberThursdaytodayWatch" ["guid"]=> string(87) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/what-to-watch-on-tv-today-thursday-october-14-2021-tv/" ["description"]=> string(663) "12.55 / Sundance ‘Traffic’ USA, 2000 (147 minutes). Director: Steven Soderbergh. Performers: Michael Douglas, Benicio del Toro, Don Cheadle, Catherine Zeta-Jones. Several parallel plots, narrated with an electric pulse by Steven Soderberg, coexist in Traffic. Among them, the one starring Benicio del Toro stands out as a Mexican policeman with a rigid code of honor ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(20947) "

12.55 / Sundance

‘Traffic’

USA, 2000 (147 minutes). Director: Steven Soderbergh. Performers: Michael Douglas, Benicio del Toro, Don Cheadle, Catherine Zeta-Jones.

Several parallel plots, narrated with an electric pulse by Steven Soderberg, coexist in Traffic. Among them, the one starring Benicio del Toro stands out as a Mexican policeman with a rigid code of honor that moves between bribes, confidences and personal regrets. A convulsive mosaic of images that culminates in a lyrical final sequence, amid the bitter aftertaste of a sordid and suffocating story.

17.25 / 1

Elena Ballesteros joins ‘Servir y Protecte’

Actress Elena Ballesteros joins the cast of the series Servir y Protecte this afternoon to play Carol, the wife of Chief Inspector Félix Duran. The two met when Durán was still a homicide inspector investigating the murder of a widowed father. Carlo was the one who took care of their children, who were left orphans.

18.05 / Hollywood

‘Air America’

USA, 1990 (107 minutes). Director: Roger Spottiswoode. Performers: Mel Gibson, Robert Downey Jr., Nancy Travis.

A veteran pilot and another geek go wild as they fly over Vietnam with the help of the CIA. But it is nothing serious, because even if they suffer dangers they always have a smile at hand. A comedy without pretense that is sustained by the acting self-confidence of its interpreters and to which the author of works as firm as Under fire brings narrative pulse to its staging.

19.55 / The 2

‘Attention, works!’ receives a visit from Antonio Najarro

The dancer and choreographer Antonio Najarro will sit in the red armchair of the space Attention, works! to talk with Cayetana Guillén Cuervo. . Together with Cayetana Guillén Cuervo. Najarro will talk about his time at the National Ballet of Spain, which he joined as a dancer in 1997 and directed from 2011 to 2109, as well as about his role as a businessman and director of his own dance company. The program will also get closer to the figure of Antonio Ruiz Soler, Antonio el Bailarín, one of the dancers and choreographers who have most marked the evolution of Spanish dance in the 20th century. In addition, among other contents, you will visit the exhibition that the Thyssen Bornemisza museum in Madrid dedicates to the surrealist genius René Magritte, which brings together a total of 95 paintings by this brilliant surrealist painter.

21.25 / The Sixth

Ferreras interviews Pedro Sánchez

The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, will be interviewed live by Antonio García Ferreras. The head of the Executive will respond to different current political issues, such as the electricity bill, the price of housing, the situation of the king emeritus, the offer to the PP for the renewal of constitutional bodies, the situation on the Canary Island of La Palma or its assessment of the boos on the Day of the National Holiday.

22.00 / TCM

‘That dark object of desire’

Spain-France, 1977 (100 minutes). Director: Luis Buñuel. Interpreters: Fernando Rey, Ángela Molina, Carole Bouquet.

Luis Buñuel’s last and masterful film launches a wave of corrosive humor from the screen to satirize, once again, bourgeois conventions. Only Buñuel could surrender himself to the task of turning women’s lingerie into an indestructible chastity belt, or dare to have two actresses embody the same character, both as a sign of creative freedom and to break the hold of a viewer faced with a movie that makes of duality its narrative flag.

22.00 / Movistar Classics

‘Sabrina’

EE UU, 1954 (100 minutos.). Director: Billy Wilder. Intérpretes: Humphrey Bogart, Audrey Hepburn, William Holden.

A combination of comedy and romanticism that plays with some studied gags and with the charisma of an unrepeatable interpretive trio. Billy Wilder portrays a love triangle in which the wealthy brothers Bogart and Holden compete for the love of Audrey Hepburn. Sabrina provides a lesson in delicate, subtle and attentive staging, ironizes about the class struggle and satirizes the war of the sexes.

22.00 / The 2

New season of ‘How we laugh’

Since its inception, in December 2012, the space How we laugh Dive into the RTVE Documentary Fund to recover the best moments of humor. Tonight opens a new season, and it does so with an installment in which it will remember the most hilarious comic couples. They will not miss the appointment Tuesday and Thirteen, Tip and Coll, Cruz y Raya, The Calatrava brothers, Rosa María Sardá with her inseparable Honorato or the Morancos.

22.45 / Antenna 3

New adventures for Paco and his men

The Serie Paco’s men, which has returned after its success between 2005 and 2010, delivers a new episode tonight. This chapter tells how Paco and Dolores’ team faces a fundamental mission to maintain the integrity of Spain: to obtain a 17th century watercolor, under which is hidden a document signed by Felipe IV that grants independence to Catalonia.

23.00 / The 1

In-depth interviews with Carlos del Amor

A conversation between friends. This is the intention of The math of the mirror the new program of La 2 directed and presented by Carlos del Amor, who wants to recover the genre of the interview in depth. For ten weeks, as many guests will talk with Carlos del Amor to get closer to a personal and professional portrait. The first guest, tonight, will be the actress Candela Peña. After her will arrive, among others, the athlete Teresa Perales, the singer Dani Martín or the journalist José María García.

0.05 / Movistar Classics

‘The dead had a price’

For a Few Dollars More. Italy-Spain-Germany, 1965 (130 minutes). Director: Sergio Leone. Performers: Clint Eastwood, Lee van Cleef, Gian Maria Volonté.

The second of the films that make up Sergio Leone’s trilogy came to signify the death of the genre, providing explicit violence and television modes in the staging. The filmmaker, in fact, was trying to renew the path traveled by the classics of the West with a new way of looking at the characters, such as the emblematic bounty hunter of this work. Although the film has aged considerably, the undoubted magnetism of Clint Eastwood and the immense status as an actor of Gian Maria Volonté still remain.

0.45 / COSMO

‘Academia Rushmore’

USA, 1998 (90 minutes). Director: Wes Anderson. Performers: Jason Schwartzman, Bill Murray, Olivia Williams, Brian Cox.

An intelligent and effective comedy that pits a teenage boy studying at a select boarding school and a resentful mature tycoon. They are both in love with a teacher at the center. Thus, Wes Anderson creates a fun and stimulating story that successfully combines acidity and naivety, cruelty and optimism, in a film that is a rarity in the adolescent scene of American cinema.

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12.55 / Sundance

‘Traffic’

USA, 2000 (147 minutes). Director: Steven Soderbergh. Performers: Michael Douglas, Benicio del Toro, Don Cheadle, Catherine Zeta-Jones.

Several parallel plots, narrated with an electric pulse by Steven Soderberg, coexist in Traffic. Among them, the one starring Benicio del Toro stands out as a Mexican policeman with a rigid code of honor that moves between bribes, confidences and personal regrets. A convulsive mosaic of images that culminates in a lyrical final sequence, amid the bitter aftertaste of a sordid and suffocating story.

17.25 / 1

Elena Ballesteros joins ‘Servir y Protecte’

Actress Elena Ballesteros joins the cast of the series Servir y Protecte this afternoon to play Carol, the wife of Chief Inspector Félix Duran. The two met when Durán was still a homicide inspector investigating the murder of a widowed father. Carlo was the one who took care of their children, who were left orphans.

18.05 / Hollywood

‘Air America’

USA, 1990 (107 minutes). Director: Roger Spottiswoode. Performers: Mel Gibson, Robert Downey Jr., Nancy Travis.

A veteran pilot and another geek go wild as they fly over Vietnam with the help of the CIA. But it is nothing serious, because even if they suffer dangers they always have a smile at hand. A comedy without pretense that is sustained by the acting self-confidence of its interpreters and to which the author of works as firm as Under fire brings narrative pulse to its staging.

19.55 / The 2

‘Attention, works!’ receives a visit from Antonio Najarro

The dancer and choreographer Antonio Najarro will sit in the red armchair of the space Attention, works! to talk with Cayetana Guillén Cuervo. . Together with Cayetana Guillén Cuervo. Najarro will talk about his time at the National Ballet of Spain, which he joined as a dancer in 1997 and directed from 2011 to 2109, as well as about his role as a businessman and director of his own dance company. The program will also get closer to the figure of Antonio Ruiz Soler, Antonio el Bailarín, one of the dancers and choreographers who have most marked the evolution of Spanish dance in the 20th century. In addition, among other contents, you will visit the exhibition that the Thyssen Bornemisza museum in Madrid dedicates to the surrealist genius René Magritte, which brings together a total of 95 paintings by this brilliant surrealist painter.

21.25 / The Sixth

Ferreras interviews Pedro Sánchez

The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, will be interviewed live by Antonio García Ferreras. The head of the Executive will respond to different current political issues, such as the electricity bill, the price of housing, the situation of the king emeritus, the offer to the PP for the renewal of constitutional bodies, the situation on the Canary Island of La Palma or its assessment of the boos on the Day of the National Holiday.

22.00 / TCM

‘That dark object of desire’

Spain-France, 1977 (100 minutes). Director: Luis Buñuel. Interpreters: Fernando Rey, Ángela Molina, Carole Bouquet.

Luis Buñuel’s last and masterful film launches a wave of corrosive humor from the screen to satirize, once again, bourgeois conventions. Only Buñuel could surrender himself to the task of turning women’s lingerie into an indestructible chastity belt, or dare to have two actresses embody the same character, both as a sign of creative freedom and to break the hold of a viewer faced with a movie that makes of duality its narrative flag.

22.00 / Movistar Classics

‘Sabrina’

EE UU, 1954 (100 minutos.). Director: Billy Wilder. Intérpretes: Humphrey Bogart, Audrey Hepburn, William Holden.

A combination of comedy and romanticism that plays with some studied gags and with the charisma of an unrepeatable interpretive trio. Billy Wilder portrays a love triangle in which the wealthy brothers Bogart and Holden compete for the love of Audrey Hepburn. Sabrina provides a lesson in delicate, subtle and attentive staging, ironizes about the class struggle and satirizes the war of the sexes.

22.00 / The 2

New season of ‘How we laugh’

Since its inception, in December 2012, the space How we laugh Dive into the RTVE Documentary Fund to recover the best moments of humor. Tonight opens a new season, and it does so with an installment in which it will remember the most hilarious comic couples. They will not miss the appointment Tuesday and Thirteen, Tip and Coll, Cruz y Raya, The Calatrava brothers, Rosa María Sardá with her inseparable Honorato or the Morancos.

22.45 / Antenna 3

New adventures for Paco and his men

The Serie Paco’s men, which has returned after its success between 2005 and 2010, delivers a new episode tonight. This chapter tells how Paco and Dolores’ team faces a fundamental mission to maintain the integrity of Spain: to obtain a 17th century watercolor, under which is hidden a document signed by Felipe IV that grants independence to Catalonia.

23.00 / The 1

In-depth interviews with Carlos del Amor

A conversation between friends. This is the intention of The math of the mirror the new program of La 2 directed and presented by Carlos del Amor, who wants to recover the genre of the interview in depth. For ten weeks, as many guests will talk with Carlos del Amor to get closer to a personal and professional portrait. The first guest, tonight, will be the actress Candela Peña. After her will arrive, among others, the athlete Teresa Perales, the singer Dani Martín or the journalist José María García.

0.05 / Movistar Classics

‘The dead had a price’

For a Few Dollars More. Italy-Spain-Germany, 1965 (130 minutes). Director: Sergio Leone. Performers: Clint Eastwood, Lee van Cleef, Gian Maria Volonté.

The second of the films that make up Sergio Leone’s trilogy came to signify the death of the genre, providing explicit violence and television modes in the staging. The filmmaker, in fact, was trying to renew the path traveled by the classics of the West with a new way of looking at the characters, such as the emblematic bounty hunter of this work. Although the film has aged considerably, the undoubted magnetism of Clint Eastwood and the immense status as an actor of Gian Maria Volonté still remain.

0.45 / COSMO

‘Academia Rushmore’

USA, 1998 (90 minutes). Director: Wes Anderson. Performers: Jason Schwartzman, Bill Murray, Olivia Williams, Brian Cox.

An intelligent and effective comedy that pits a teenage boy studying at a select boarding school and a resentful mature tycoon. They are both in love with a teacher at the center. Thus, Wes Anderson creates a fun and stimulating story that successfully combines acidity and naivety, cruelty and optimism, in a film that is a rarity in the adolescent scene of American cinema.

You can follow EL PAÍS TELEVISIÓN on Twitter or sign up here to receive our weekly newsletter.

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What to watch on TV today? Thursday October 14, 2021 | TV

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