The actress says that this year she plans to get fitter. She said, "December mein bahut maze kiye and so now I have to burn off all the extra calories. It was also the wedding season and I attended as many as four weddings which were a lot of fun, especially as one of them was a sudden one." If we are to go by her social media pictures, the actress is already having a blast! … [Read more...] about Drashti Dhami Celebrates Birthday With Hubby & Friends; Nakuul Mehta, Arjun Bijlani & Others Wish!
Encouraging words for 50th birthday
America isn't the only one celebrating a birthday this weekend. Suicide Squad star Margot Robbie turned 25 this past Thursday, July 2. To celebrate, her cast mates surprised her with a Harley Quinn inspired cake on set. To mark this occasion, a photo has ben shared on the official WBPictures Instagram account. … [Read more...] about Suicide Squad Cast Surprise Margot Robbie with Harley Quinn Birthday Cake
"He became a real person. I don't know if person is the right word. I think the Joker lives in between reality and another plane. Kind of a shaman in a way. It's a very intoxicating role to take on. You have permission to break rules and to challenge yourself and anyone around you in a really unique way. I first started at the beginning, educating myself, researching, reading as much as I could, going back to the source material. And then at a certain point, I knew I had to stop doing that. Because the Joker has been redefined, reinvented many times before. I think the fun thing about it is when people have done it in the past, there is some spirit of the Joker essence that they keep, but they either build upon something or tear something down and start again at the beginning. For me, I knew once I had gone through the process of educating myself, I had to throw everything away and start from the beginning and really build this from the ground up. It was a transformative process. There … [Read more...] about Leto Met with Murderers & Psychos to Play the Joker in Suicide Squad
Sylvester Stallone: No, and it wasn't working. I was using the George Foreman format. He had youth center in Houston, it was going broke. Rocky had the youth center in Philly, it was going broke. He goes to the bank for a loan, goes to all these places, nothing. He says, "I'm gonna go out and do some club fights and get the money so I can pay the rent." One thing led to another until he's got 18, 19 of these fights and people are saying, "Wow, you should continue with this. " Rocky becomes a commercial commodity that someone like Don King can really sell. All Adrian did during the film was say, "Don't do this, don't do this..." So the movie's about trying to save the gym and the kids. It wasn't about any visceral or emotional journey. … [Read more...] about Sylvester Stallone Becomes Rocky Balboa One More Time
One scene will likely always stick with me: one of those children of war whose drawings we see and stories we hear being advised in therapy, and with great care, to breathe. “You are in a safe place now,” the woman says. “Not like the place in your drawing. Put that out of your mind.” Rossi’s film suggests that there may be no such thing as out of mind, not when artillery fire can so frequently be heard in the distance at night, not when the decrepit aftermaths of destruction remain standing, and certainly not when one has seen what these children have seen. For the steadiness of its images, for its quietude, Notturno is keen on showing us a world that endures beyond its scars. And its just as keen on depicting the scars that cannot be shaken. … [Read more...] about ‘Notturno’ Is Not Journalism, But Gianfranco Rosi’s Movie Investigates the Heart of the Middle East