After Zayn Malik abruptly departed from One Direction in 2015, he largely left the band in his rearview. Since then, it’s been mostly assumed that if ever there were to be a One Direction reunion, he would likely be sitting it out. But now it seems the tides are turning, nature is healing, and Zayn has shared his second One Direction cover of the summer, this time throwing it back to the reminiscent 2014 single “Night Changes.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by Zayn Malik (@zayn) “Everything that you’ve ever dreamed of/ Disappearing when you wake up/ But there’s nothing to be afraid of/ Even when the night changes/ It will never change me and you,” Zayn sings in the black and white video uploaded to Instagram. For the first few seconds, he isn’t even looking at the camera – just gazing longingly at the table he’s holding his phone against. But then he really gets into it, mixing up the runs on the second … [Read more...] about Zayn Malik Reminisces on the Golden Days of One Direction With ‘Night Changes’ Cover
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Better Call Saul ended last night with a wonderful episode that brought the entire Breaking Bad universe to a satisfying conclusion. We recapped the finale and spoke with Saul co-creator Peter Gould , but we’re not ready to say goodbye to the classic AMC drama just yet. So here are 10 moments from across the series’ run that remind us why a spinoff no one — including Gould and co-creator Vince Gilligan — seemed to think was a good idea at the start turned out to be as beloved in its own way as the adventures of Walt and Jesse. “I broke my boy!” (From Season One, Episode Six: “Five-O”) Saul Season One is filled with a lot of trial and error. It’s always watchable because of the sheer craft level of Gould, Gilligan, and company, but with more of a meandering air to it than the deliberate-but-focused quality that would typify later seasons (and Breaking Bad , for that matter), as the creative team gradually realized that they liked Bob Odenkirk’s Jimmy McGill and … [Read more...] about The Most Memorable Moments From ‘Better Call Saul’
Dulquer Salmaan is currently on a high with the massive success of his latest release, Sita Ramam. The pan-Indian star is now all set to kickstart his upcoming projects in Malayalam and Tamil. As per the latest updates, Dulquer Salmaan's next project in the Malayalam film industry is a comedy entertainer. According to the latest updates, the young crowd-puller is joining hands with debutant director Praveen Chandran for the project, which is tentatively titled DQ 36 . The grapevine also suggests that the project, which is scripted by Deepu Pradeep, might get titled Vilasini Memorial . The sources close to the project suggest that it is a comedy entertainer that is set in a small town. Along with Dulquer Salmaan, the project will also feature Soubin Shahir and Chemban Vinod Jose in pivotal roles. If the reports are to be believed, DQ 36 might start rolling on August 17, Wednesday, on the auspicious occasion of Chingam 1, the Malayalam new year. The makers … [Read more...] about Dulquer Salmaan’s Next Is A Comedy Entertainer; Read Details Inside!
Better Call Saul has ended. A review of the series finale, “Saul Gone,” coming up just as soon as I build a time machine… “Where do I see it ending? With me on top, like always.” —Saul James Morgan McGill and Walter White join forces one final time midway through “Saul Gone.” It is a flashback to the two of them hiding out in the vacuum store’s basement circa the “Granite State” episode of Breaking Bad , each of them waiting for Ed to secret them away to their new lives under assumed identities. Their conversation is a reminder of Walt’s arrogance, as well as his contempt for Saul: When Saul suggests he could have sued Gray Matter on Walt’s behalf, Walt dismisses him as the last attorney he ever would have employed for such a task. He would laugh in disbelief if you were to tell him that the man he knows as Saul Goodman once kicked off a successful multimillion-dollar class action suit against another corporation on behalf of defenseless senior citizens. Mostly, … [Read more...] about ‘Better Call Saul’ Series Finale Recap: Slippin’ Jimmy Vs. Saul Goodman
TMZSports.com Byron Allen is callin' dibs on the next available NFL team -- telling TMZ Sports that after losing out on the Broncos this year, he's "highly confident" he'll "get the next one." We got the TV mogul out in Beverly Hills just days after he officially lost his bid to buy Denver's NFL franchise to Rob Walton , and he told us he ain't sad about it at all. In fact, Allen was in a playful mood about missing out on the $4.65 billion purchase ... saying, "When you lose to the richest family in the world, it's not a bad day in the office." #Broncos Rob Walton said this was the team they wanted. Have ties to Colorado #Denver7 pic.twitter.com/34wg0jnX9F — Troy Renck (@TroyRenck) August 9, 2022 @TroyRenck Allen says he's now already turned his sights onto the next available team -- explaining he's absolutely undeterred by how the Broncos sale ended up. "Listen," the 61-year-old said. "Buying an NFL football team is a process and we had … [Read more...] about Byron Allen ‘Confident’ He’ll Buy Next Available NFL Team After Losing Broncos Bid