On the other hand, Ram Charan had his first look motion poster from RRR unveiled on his birthday. Directed by SS, Rajamouli, the movie is said to be a fictitious story based on the life of Telugu freedom fighters, Alluri Sitarama Raju and Komaram Bheem. RRR will also have Jr NTR, Alia Bhatt and Ajay Devgn in lead roles. … [Read more...] about Ram Charan Comes To Pawan Kalyan’s Rescue: Actors To Unite For Virupaksha?
Alia bhatt slammed for lacking basic kitchen skills
If you want your daily dose of happiness, you should immediately start following Karan Johar on Instagram. The filmmaker keeps sharing hilarious videos of his munchkins- Yash and Roohi and we would be lying if we say that it doesn't entertain us. From taking hilarious jibes at Karan's sartorial choices to teasing Karan over his 'tummy', Yash and Roohi have become everyone's favourite with their funny-yet-cute antics! … [Read more...] about Video Alert: Yash & Roohi Call Karan Johar’s Spunky Sunglasses ‘Stupid’, And We Can’t Stop Laughing!
On MSNBC, Ari Melber also attempted to pick through some of Trump’s claims, including that no one could have imagined that the virus would have posed such a great threat, at least one enough to shut down the economy and cause more than 10,000 deaths so far. “Yeah, who could have imagined something like this could have happened? Well, the White House imagined that this could happen. It just didn’t trigger the kind of action that we eventually saw in March,” said one of Melber’s guests, Peter Baker of The New York Times. … [Read more...] about Donald Trump’s Latest Coronavirus Press Briefings Trigger New Calls For Networks To Limit Live Coverage
Besides the obvious health benefit of having an extreme amount of social distance between himself and his guests, Hayes says that being remote has actually opened up the booking process. "Usually to book someone, you’re asking them to take a car to a studio, get made up, sit there, get there nice and early to make sure they can do it, and then maybe be on-air for like four or five minutes and then get in a car and go back home," he says. "The number of people who just can do that logistically is limiting." … [Read more...] about How Hollywood Works Now: MSNBC’s Chris Hayes Was “Made For This Moment”
While Netflix, WarnerMedia and Sony each has stepped up with $100 million funds to help aid out-of-work crewmembers, most industry giving has been focused on medical first responders so far. On March 12, Broadway shut down, leaving thousands of performers and stagehands out of work. In the aftermath, Madam Secretary actor Erich Bergen called Rosie O'Donnell with a plan to help those in need. "He said right from the get-go to do it as a benefit for The Actors Fund," O'Donnell recalls. "They give you actual money so you can live. That's what we want." … [Read more...] about Hollywood’s Virus Relief Efforts Slow to Materialize So Far