Notably, the actress is awaiting the release of her Bollywood film Sooryavanshi and is currently shooting for Phone Bhoot opposite Siddhant Chaturvedi and Ishaan Khattar. As details of her other upcoming projects are still under wraps, there are high chances that Katrina might say 'yes' to Prashanth Neel's film. … [Read more...] about Salaar: Katrina Kaif To Star Opposite Prabhas In The Prashanth Neel Directorial?
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For those who think streaming has won the filmed entertainment battle, simply look over to last year at this time during pre-pandemic times, when MLK weekend rang up $205.3M at the domestic box office, up well over 25% from the 4-day holiday prior thanks to Sony’s Bad Boys for Life, which minted a 4-day of $73M, the second-best debut ever over MLK after American Sniper‘s $107.2M. It revived the Will Smith-Martin Lawrence cop franchise like a phoenix. With incoming U.S. President Joe Biden looking to deliver 100M Covid-19 vaccines in his first 100 days, exhibition analyst Eric Wold of B. Riley recently exclaimed this past week “a return to normalcy” for the big screen theatrical business. … [Read more...] about Open Road’s Liam Neeson Pic ‘The Marksman’ Takes $3.7M At MLK Weekend Box Office
Opting against a presidential run, he instead launched the “Poor People’s Campaign,” which proposed a major wave of disruptive protest in Washington, D.C., designed to compel action around economic inequality. “We believe that if this campaign succeeds, nonviolence will once again be the dominant instrument for social change — and jobs and income will be put in the hands of the tormented poor,” King stated in 1968. Tragically, an assassin’s bullet prevented him from bringing the mobilization to fruition. … [Read more...] about Why Martin Luther King Didn’t Run for President
Common Cause president Ann McBride, whose organization is conducting a drive called Project Independence to collect 1,776,000 petition signatures to demand congressional action, says, “In 1996 we had the most corrupt election since Watergate, and it struck a nerve with people. They desperately want reform; they want a government they can respect.” “What we’ve done is go back to 1907, which is a hell of a way to run a railroad,” says Fred Wertheimer, the former president of Common Cause. “The only problem is, we don’t appear to have a Teddy Roosevelt around now to do something about it.” … [Read more...] about The Hard Fight Against Soft Money
As a child I was never told or even thought that he was famous. My grandfather was a preacher; so were my great-grandfather, my uncle and my cousin. So to me Daddy was just doing the preacher’s job – even though many times there were cameras around. As a child I really didn’t tune in to what he was speaking about. So he was just a regular father to me – other than the fact that he was gone quite frequently. Generally, he’d go out for the day and come back late; we would see him early the next morning, and he’d be back on his way. … [Read more...] about Martin Luther King III: The Rolling Stone Interview