According to a report in India Today, the IT department stated that it has found discrepancies in Rahman's tax filing for the year 2011-12. The report also revealed that Income Tax Department moved the Madras HC as the Indian composer had routed a remuneration of Rs 3.47 crore to AR Rahman Foundation. The IT department counsel said the income taxable to the individual has to be received in his account. … [Read more...] about AR Rahman Gets Notice For Evading Income Tax On Rs 3.47 Crore From Madras High Court
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DEADLINE: By the time Billy Wilder was in that room pitching Cruise, he had been “retired” for over a decade. Despite making some of the great American movies of that century, it sounded like all he wanted was the next job. I think about the enormity of what you accomplished so early, with Jerry Maguire and Say Anything finding these Zeitgeist themes and…here’s the question: when filmmakers like you or Wilder play back these memories of triumphs that elude most movie makers, are they just golden memories, or ghosts you chase as you continue your careers and hope to replicate?CROWE: What I got from spending time with Billy at that moment in his life was, there might not necessarily be a voluntary retirement. There comes a time when you’re a player/coach, and then a coach. I don’t think Billy ever thought he was done playing. That was a lesson for me. I’ve read Quentin Tarantino say that a director has a sweet spot in his career, and that’s … [Read more...] about Tom Hanks, Jamie Foxx, Billy Wilder & Gwyneth Paltrow? Cameron Crowe Reflects On His ‘Jerry Maguire’ Journey
Tenet on PostTrak was 79% overall positive, with a 49% definite recommend. Dunkirk had a 63% definite recommend. Warners, you previewed Tenet for three days prior to opening. Word of mouth is out there, and the reviews weren’t Nolan’s strongest, at 74% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes. It’s a movie with its non-star cast, long running time, and plot complexity that plays in big cities, not Middle America. In addition to opening the movie over Labor Day weekend, moviegoers’ weariness to return, Tenet may not have been the ideal movie initially which audiences will go out of their way to see as society reopens from the pandemic. Let’s not forget one of the golden rules of box office: The marketplace is product-driven. Some believe that once Nolan cities San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles reopen, that Tenet could see a revival in its grosses. Warners will definitely spend the P&A in those markets when the time comes, and clearing Wonder Woman … [Read more...] about Warner Bros & Sony Hiding Box Office Numbers From Rival Studios On ‘Tenet’ & ‘Broken Hearts Gallery’: Here’s Why
It’s clear with all the delays occurring, old titles, when they resurface, will likely push newer ones off the schedule, possibly into 2021. Disney is finely calibrated in their control of key dates to just bump one title to the next calendar slot. According to Disney, it’s still TBD where Marvel’s Black Widow will go next, but it wouldn’t be a shocker if the big pic moves to July 3 and pushes 20th Century Studios’ Free Guy later in the calendar, or to July 24, thus bumping Disney’s Jungle Cruise later, or even November 6, thus sending Marvel’s The Eternals into next year. … [Read more...] about Box Office Fades To Black As Coronavirus Shuts Down 4K North American Theaters Into May: Where The Studios Stand & What’s Next?
Now, if you want to talk extreme, just talk about Lindsey Graham. Here’s a guy who’s supporting a lawsuit that would toss out the Affordable Care Act in the middle of a pandemic. How much sense does that make? Even before then, Lindsey’s idea of health care was the Graham-Cassidy Bill. Do you know how Lindsey came up with that idea? Do you think it was because he sat down with a bunch of medical professionals and came up with it? No. Lindsey Graham was in a barbershop with Rick Santorum and they came up with the idea of the Graham-Cassidy bill. I mean, it’s laughable. It would cut the amount of money that would come to states and block grant it. Some folks think the recipe for anything that ails the country is to reduce the amount of money and just send a block of money to the states and poof, all of the issues go away. We learned in the 80s that that doesn’t work. You’ve got to have some comprehensive approaches for how you address the uniqueness … [Read more...] about Jaime Harrison Is Ready to End Lindsey Graham’s Career in Congress