Last year in August, superstar Akshay Kumar surprised everyone when he and his Bell Bottom team completed the shooting of the film within thirty five days in the UK. While sharing the first look poster of the film on his Instagram page, Akshay had then announced that the film will release in theatres on April 2, 2021. Now, according to the latest reports, we hear that the makers of Bell Bottom are planning to postpone the release of the film. … [Read more...] about Akshay Kumar’s Bell Bottom Release Postponed?
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To achieve this reality, Paresh Rawal has agreed to complete the remainder of the film in the same role - a sensitive step that is unprecedented in Hindi cinema. The filmmakers and Paresh Rawal have taken this decision to release the film, as a mark of respect for Rishi Kapoor's final performance and a celebration of his inimitable talent and career for all his fans. … [Read more...] about Rishi Kapoor’s Last Film Sharmaji Namkeen To Release In Theatres On His Birth Anniversary This Year
Since this show all but begs us to get wonky about sitcom history, let’s get wonky. The Dick Van Dyke Show aired on CBS from 1961-66. I Love Lucy had already invented the structure and style of what we think of today as a multicam comedy (i.e., shot on a stage in front of a live studio audience), but Dick Van Dyke feels like just as much of an influence on contemporary sitcoms, if not more. Inspired by creator Carl Reiner’s work on Your Show of Shows and Caesar’s Hour — which, between Reiner, Mel Brooks, Neil Simon, Larry Gelbart, and others, featured arguably the greatest collection of comedy minds one writers room has ever held — it was sophisticated and urbane in a way that Lucy and The Honeymooners hadn’t been, and it largely invented the notion of the workplace comedy. And in Van Dyke (as Reiner stand-in Rob) and Mary Tyler Moore (as Rob’s devoted and witty wife Laura), it had an attractive, charismatic, comically versatile star couple who … [Read more...] about ‘WandaVision’ Premiere Recap: The Past Is Never Dead
From the beginning, the stakes of credibility and reputation in that punk movement, especially the question of authenticity, couldn’t help but trap everybody who came up to it. Strummer was particularly vulnerable given his family background. If I remember right, when I first met them, the Clash had gone through the first wave of reaction against them in the British Press…that was part of Strummer’s wariness. Questions like authenticity would matter much less to an American audience, but I think he was just worrying about everything. … [Read more...] about Inside the Fury and the Power of the Clash with ‘Rolling Stone’ Writer Mikal Gilmore
Big Talk Interview A typically frank interview this week with Big Talk Productions boss Kenton Allen. He reflected on some of the torments of 2020, as well as how the Rev and Mum producer salvaged positives from a difficult year. Chief among them was securing a second season of Stephen Merchant comedy-drama The Offenders from the BBC and Amazon after having to abandon filming on Season 1 last March because of the pandemic. ITV Studios-owned Big Talk is now making both seasons back-to-back, with Christopher Walken ready to join the shoot in March once he’s had a vaccine. … [Read more...] about International Insider: BBC Studios’ Stuttering CEO Search; BAFTA Voting; Netflix’s UK Reality Show Binge