According to the Drishyam 2 director, he has narrated a subject which he had in mind to Dulquer Salmaan during these lockdown days. The Kurup actor, who is impressed with the idea, has asked Jeethu Joseph to work on the script. The director is confident that Dulquer will definitely give the green signal after he reads the script. … [Read more...] about Dulquer Salmaan And Jeethu Joseph To Team Up Soon!
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Yeah, we like kids. I guess you could say we’re collectors. And being out here on the island, where we have plenty of land and open space, my number one task every day is to help divert their attention from how peculiar this all is. My older son turned to me the other day and said, "I miss New York." We love both places. But my kids go to school there. We take the kids everywhere… the museum, this play space, Chelsea Piers and all this other stuff. So we keep them moving. They are getting a stronger and stronger sense of how strange this is, so my job is to keep them occupied. … [Read more...] about How I’m Living Now: Alec Baldwin, Actor and Host
The Nike site hosting the ad didn’t indicate whether an unabridged version of Andre 3000’s “All Together Now” will be released as a download in the future. Despite a handful of high-profile cameos in recent years — verses on Big Boi’s “Royal Flush” and John Legend’s “Green Light,” to name a few — Andre 3000 hasn’t graced an album in full since OutKast’s 2006 Idlewild soundtrack. However, Andre will reportedly rejoin his OutKast partner Big Boi on a number of tracks on Boi’s upcoming album Sir Luscious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty. Big Boi, on the other hand, has been everywhere in the weeks before Sir Luscious Left Foot‘s release, recently unveiling his awesome neon-and-puppet-packed video for “Shutterbug.” … [Read more...] about OutKast’s Andre 3000 Returns With Beatles Cover
At the heart of Buffett’s middle-American vacation fantasy, there’s always been a sense that holidays in the sun don’t mean much if they don’t feel earned, and, to that end, he splashes many of his best moments with the right amount of realism. “Cussin’ Island” is about a guy who organizes a big family boat excursion to Panama only to have it ruined by his spoiled, foul-mouthed kids (“The dirty words came gushin’/I saw a dolphin swimmin’ by, even they were blushin’”), and on “The Devil I Know,” Buffett delivers a honky-tonk drinking anthem that manages to be an earnest depiction of barely making it out of the boozehound grind intact. Elsewhere, “Oceans of Time” boils the quest for meaning down to a koanic shrug of the shoulders: “Are we the loser or the hero/It’s a dice throw,” he sings, “What if we lose our focus/Nobody’s gonna notice.” … [Read more...] about Jimmy Buffett Dips His Toes Back into the Surf on ‘Life on the Flip Side’
I also talk to a lot of his fans. They feel like they know Billy. They feel like he is on their side, he’s for the blue-collar guys. He tells it like it is when he’s on the stage. If he’s feeling like crap or doesn’t want to do a song he’ll go, “I don’t feel like doing that.” There’s something really cool about that. … [Read more...] about Rock’s Greatest Sidewoman on What Springsteen Taught Her, Why Billy Joel Is the Perfect Boss