Last year in August, superstar Akshay Kumar surprised everyone when he and his Bell Bottom team completed the shooting of the film within thirty five days in the UK. While sharing the first look poster of the film on his Instagram page, Akshay had then announced that the film will release in theatres on April 2, 2021. Now, according to the latest reports, we hear that the makers of Bell Bottom are planning to postpone the release of the film. … [Read more...] about Akshay Kumar’s Bell Bottom Release Postponed?
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Produced by Ritesh Sidhwani & Farhan Akhtar in association with MacGuffin Pictures, directed by debutante Hitesh Bhatia, this film is a light-hearted coming-of-age story of a lovable 60-year-old man. The makers and team of Sharmaji Namkeen are ready to resume shoot soon with plans of a 2021 release. … [Read more...] about Rishi Kapoor’s Last Film Sharmaji Namkeen To Release In Theatres On His Birth Anniversary This Year
But why these two shows, for starters? Why not go back to Lucy Ricardo or Ralph Kramden? It could be that The Dick Van Dyke Show was the first true suburban sitcom (I Love Lucy started out in Manhattan, while The Honeymooners was set in Brooklyn), and that makes it easier to incorporate it into the idea of Wanda and her synthezoid husband retreating to a more peaceful place after all their hectic (and, for him, fatal) adventures. Or it could be that — especially for the era in which they originally aired — Dick Van Dyke and Bewitched were pretty liberated in how they depicted both their female leads and, more importantly, in the women’s relationships with their husbands. Both stayed home and (eventually) raised the kids, but Rob treated Laura as a peer, while Bewitched viewed Darrin as an idiot whose own insecurity was forever hampering his goddess of a wife. (And Samantha got plenty of magic done anyway, while his back was turned.) If we assume that Vision is really … [Read more...] about ‘WandaVision’ Premiere Recap: The Past Is Never Dead
From the beginning, the stakes of credibility and reputation in that punk movement, especially the question of authenticity, couldn’t help but trap everybody who came up to it. Strummer was particularly vulnerable given his family background. If I remember right, when I first met them, the Clash had gone through the first wave of reaction against them in the British Press…that was part of Strummer’s wariness. Questions like authenticity would matter much less to an American audience, but I think he was just worrying about everything. … [Read more...] about Inside the Fury and the Power of the Clash with ‘Rolling Stone’ Writer Mikal Gilmore
Other new projects: After a three-year gap between seasons, during which filming was shut down twice because of Covid and a health scare for leading man Robert Webb, Simon Blackwell (Veep) comedy Back (pictured above) is returning to Channel 4 and Sundance Now from January 21. Big Talk is also making a documentary on Friday Night Dinner, which will mark the likely end of the Channel 4 comedy. Creator Robert Popper is working on a new project, titled I Hate You. Over in America, Big Talk is adapting ITV2 jazz band time-traveling comedy, Timewasters, for ABC. Allen also hinted at a new drama greenlit by one of the big streamers. Full interview here. … [Read more...] about International Insider: BBC Studios’ Stuttering CEO Search; BAFTA Voting; Netflix’s UK Reality Show Binge