Pamela Anderson Feels The Makers Went Overboard With The Film's Budget "USD 65 million would make a good movie. We made our show for like USD 5,00,000-- you have the same explosions, the same sequences of water. That's the fun part; being creative," said the Hollywood actress. … [Read more...] about Pamela Anderson Didn’t Like Priyanka Chopra’s Baywatch Movie: Let’s Just Keep Bad TV As Bad TV
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KJo's Reaction When He Saw His Babies For The First Time First day, when I walked to the ICU on 7th February 2017, they were born premature. They were supposed to born in April. So the first couple of days were kind of shaky but when the news came out and I went to the hospital, I saw them and I didn't even realized that there were tears rolling down my face because I just could not believe that there were 2 big pieces of me like they staring at me vulnerable innocent and all piped and tubed up. It was just the most surreal overwhelming emotion that i have ever experienced. Now I understand what others feel. I would reverse that emotion for anything." … [Read more...] about Karan Johar: I Didn’t Realize There Were Tears Rolling Down My Face When I First Saw My Babies!
The long and painful road to that screen adaptation served as the basis for a THR cover story, which traced the at-times contentious relationship between Kramer and Barbra Streisand, who optioned the rights in 1986. The two quickly fell into arguments over the direction of the script. She insisted it needed to be opened up to make it more cinematic. Development dragged on until the mid-'90s, when Streisand, who had a deal at Columbia, felt the script almost was ready. While she originally had thought Dustin Hoffman should play Ned, she talked to Kenneth Branagh about the role, with Ralph Fiennes playing Felix. But a green light proved elusive, and Streisand went on to direct and star in The Mirror Has Two Faces. The project sat idle for 15 years, until Murphy entered the picture. … [Read more...] about Larry Kramer, ‘Normal Heart’ Playwright and AIDS Activist, Dies at 84
The Sorcerer's Stone, The Chamber of Secrets, The Prisoner of Azkaban, The Goblet of Fire, The Order of the Phoenix, The Half-Blood Prince and The Deathly Hallows parts 1 and 2 are all streaming on HBO Max. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is also available. This is big for the newly-launched service, as the Wizarding World entries aren't streaming on any other major service right now. The only option for fans is to rent or purchase them through a digital marketplace. The original eight movies grossed $7.7 billion at the box office, making it one of the most successful franchises in history. … [Read more...] about All 8 Harry Potter Movies Are Now Streaming on HBO Max
RELATED: All 8 Harry Potter Movies Are Now Streaming on HBO Max "If you think of Harry Potter, that logo instantly comes into your mind: the lightning bolt 'P' and the shape of the words. So we wanted this one to feel like it was born of that same world. We were trying to come up with something that drafted similarly off that iconography but in a new way. In a Fantastic Beasts way. The logo is a blend of beasts, it's not just one takeaway. When we arrived on the idea for the 'S' it excited us. So we thought there must be a way to accent these other letters with claws or ribs - hints to other beasts, while this one is the logo's centrepiece." Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them centers on Newt Scamander, the wizarding world's preeminent magizoologist, who stops in New York following his travels to find and document magical creatures. The story takes place in the 1920s, years before Harry Potter and his friends Ron and Hermione made their way to the legendary Hogwarts School of … [Read more...] about Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Logo Unveiled