On son Reyaansh's birthday, Shweta Tiwari shared a few cute pictures and wished him with an adorable post. Even her daughter Palak Tiwari made her little brother's birthday special by baking him cookies. However, it was his father, Abhinav Kohli, who accused Shweta yet again for not letting him meet his son even on his birthday. … [Read more...] about Shweta Tiwari Wishes Son On His B’day With An Adorable Post; Abhinav Accuses Her Of Not Letting Him Meet His Son
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One of the best things we love about the Obama family is, they might be the busiest parents in the world, but the US President and the First Lady always take out time for their kids. … [Read more...] about Sasha Obama Turns 14: Her Cutest Pics Which Shows She Is A Daddy’s Girl
One new note does creep in: a hint of gospel music — -particularly on “The Ark” — -and with this, a sense of hard-won peace. Has he undergone, by any chance, a religious experience? Rafferty quickly denies this and points out that the destination of “The Ark” is extremely indefinite, though he does admit to reading such mystics as Gurdjieff and Ouspensky. More likely, he has simply mellowed with age. At thirty-one, he’s clearly overcome much of the anger he felt as a younger man toward both women and the music business. And he also seems to have overcome what he admits was a fondness for one drink too many (as we talked, he royed with a glass of water). … [Read more...] about Gerry Rafferty’s ‘Baker Street’ Blues: Rolling Stone’s 1978 Feature
POLLOCK: Not at that moment, but I’ll get there, I’ll get there. Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz wrote the script for American Graffiti with George, and when they turned it in, David Picker passed on it, and passed on the second film as well. Leading to one of his very famous aphorisms: “If I made all the movies I passed on and passed on all the movies I made, I’d probably have ended up in the same place.” So the Huyck/Katz script went to Universal. It went all around. We almost got a deal at AIP, but it finally got made at Universal, through Francis’ help. The film was finished and shown to the studio, and Ned Tanen didn’t like it at that particular time. By then, George had written the treatment for Star Wars. Universal had an option for George’s next movie, it was submitted to Universal and they passed on it. They had the option on his next picture because they had made American Graffiti. … [Read more...] about Tom Pollock’s Legacy: Lawyered Hollywood’s Greatest Deal, The One That Gave George Lucas ‘Star Wars’ Sequel Rights
It’s astonishing how lame Billy Crystal’s mid-show jokes have been. Especially when you consider how many comedians work in and around Hollywood. Hell, I think the show could just go down to LA’s Mission District and pick up some homeless and do better. Or wander into any Starbucks in West Hollywood and get more laughs. … [Read more...] about Nikki Finke: Live-Snarking The Oscars – Welcome To Harveywood!