A few months ago, Ekta Kapoor had revealed that Vikrant Massey and Harleen Sethi, who were a part of web series Broken But Beautiful for two seasons, will not be seen in the third season. Ever since then, there were speculations about whom the makers would rope in for the new season. It was also speculated that Bigg Boss 13 winner Sidharth Shukla and his inmate Shehnaaz Gill are considered for the show. But as per a Spotboye report, the makers are hunting for a new actress for the show. … [Read more...] about Broken But Beautiful 3: Not Shehnaaz Gill, But A New Actress To Romance Sidharth Shukla!
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Now putting Tenet‘s box office figures in the proper context, which is something Warner Bros. wants the press to do, Tenet‘s opening weekend figures (which I gave you above) are very much in line with those resulting from a digital campaign. There was some TV spend on Tenet during NBA games (not so much cable), but largely, the pic’s opening weekend had a digital/online campaign. iSpot TV spot spend estimates support this. Before this weekend, Warners spent $8.5M in TV spots on Tenet, versus Disney’s overall $35M spend on Mulan ($14M of that coming from its latter PVOD push). WarnerMedia Studios & Networks Boss Ann Sarnoff told us that the P&A spend on Tenet wouldn’t be front-loaded, rather spread out, as the pic will be the marquee feature in cinemas for the next 11 weeks (really, until Disney/Marvel’s Black Widow arrives on Nov. 6). So perhaps as the studio spends more in TV, we’ll see an incremental difference … [Read more...] about Warner Bros & Sony Hiding Box Office Numbers From Rival Studios On ‘Tenet’ & ‘Broken Hearts Gallery’: Here’s Why
In the screenplay from Sherman and Melissa Vogley Woods, Slotnick and Hargreaves play single parents who meet on a dating site and blend their family of teenagers, with the film diving into the difficulties of balancing an adult sexual relationship with the demands of parenting four difficult teens. … [Read more...] about Indie ‘Where Sweet Dreams Die’ Sets Cast; Rom-Com ‘They/Them/Us’ Wraps Shoot During COVID-19; Danny Trejo & More Star In ‘The Shift’ – Film Briefs
Vinterberg and his regular co-writer Tobias Lindholm originally conceived Another Round as a “celebration” of alcohol. Inevitably, during the writing process, they arrived at a more nuanced picture, with boozy excess depicted as both a liberating and destructive force. While this is arguably the more dramatically necessary and realistic decision, it is also feels like the safer, less imaginative option. A bolder director, such as Vinterberg's long-time friend and collaborator Lars Von Trier, might have enjoyed exploring further the subversive premise that alcohol makes everything better instead of surrendering so soon to cautionary moralizing. … [Read more...] about ‘Another Round’ (‘Druk’): Film Review | TIFF 2020
After a role in Woody Allen’s Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex *But Were Afraid to Ask (1972), he starred the next year in the private-eye pic Shamus and followed with lead roles in The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing and White Lightning that same year. (He would reprise his Gator McKlusky role from the latter in 1976’s Gator, which also was his feature helming debut.) Reynolds then made the first of two football-themed ’70s films, playing a washed-up ex-star quarterback-turned-prison inmate in The Longest Yard. Widely regarded as one of the greatest sports movies, it was remade in 2005 with Adam Sandler in the Paul Crewe role. Reynolds co-starred as Nate Scarborough, the role played by Michael Conrad in the original. … [Read more...] about Burt Reynolds Dies: Iconic Star Of ‘Deliverance’, ‘Smokey And The Bandit’ & ‘Boogie Nights’ Was 82