A tweet by Binged, a content analysis website, revealed that the number of tickets sold is shocking, as Ajay Devgn's pre-pandemic release Tanhaji had sold only 20K tickets in advance. The tweet read, "More than 25K tickets sold in advance bookings. As per trade analysts, even #Tanhaji had sold only 20K tickets in advance ?. Trade pundits predict that Tenet will rake in 2-3 Cr on its first day, and 4-5 Cr in the first weekend..." … [Read more...] about Tenet Box Office Prediction India: Christopher Nolan’s Film Sells More Than 25000 Tickets In Advance Booking
Related Story 'The Batman' HBO Max Series To Take Place In 'Year One' Prior To Matt Reeves Movie - DC FanDome Vanity Fair was the first to report the Pattinson news Thursday. Warner Bros did not respond to request for comment on whether Pattinson was the “member of The Batman production” it referred to in its earlier statement. … [Read more...] about ‘The Batman’ UK Production Halted After Robert Pattinson Tests Positive For Coronavirus – Update
Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds has joined forces with Netflix again for the upcoming sci-fi movie, The Adam Project, and the actor has now shared our first official look at the time travel adventure. The Adam Project reportedly began production this month in Vancouver, with Reynolds offering the first glimpse at the movie in an image that features the action star alongside child actor Walker Scobell, who plays the 13-year-old version of Reynolds in the movie. … [Read more...] about Netflix’s The Adam Project First Look Goes Time Traveling with Ryan Reynolds
Johnson released his seventh LP, All the Light Above It Too, in 2017. He recently participated in the 35th anniversary of Farm Aid, performing virtually with other artists that included Neil Young, Willie Nelson, Dave Matthews, John Mellencamp, Bonnie Raitt, and more. In April, he celebrated 50 years of Earth Day by hosting Kokua Festival 2020 – Live From Home, a livestream that included Ziggy Marley, Ben Harper, and others. … [Read more...] about Jack Johnson Navigates the Storm of 2020 With ‘The Captain Is Drunk’
The album I listened to the most in 2020 was:Iowa Dream by the late, great Arthur Russell. Arthur composed music from so many points in the spectrum – disco, folk, contemporary classical – and only released a few sides during his lifetime (he died from AIDS in 1992, at the too-young age of 40). To our good fortune, he had recorded a wealth of unreleased material and Iowa Dream is his foray into full on Seventies pop-rock beauty with his good friend Ernie Brooks from the Modern Lovers playing bass. This music shines in an understated, almost Zen pop manner and it will make your day shine as well. … [Read more...] about So, How Was Your 2020, Thurston Moore?