“As soon as you start to look at the world in that slightly different way [of an autistic person], and you see the way that light that you normally filter out is kind of hitting here, then you just build on that, really,” Rothwell explains of his photographic take. “There’s no kind of special visual effects there, and there’s not a lot of premeditation either. I just kind of went into spaces and found what we could see.” … [Read more...] about “Shaking Loose The Ropes”: Oscar-Contender ‘The Reason I Jump’ Offers Sensory Glimpse Into Autistic Minds
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The Faces vibe is unmistakable in “Charming Mess,” one of the previously unreleased tracks on the reissue. Originally recorded for Shake Your Money Maker, the barroom-piano tune was left off the album. Robinson doesn’t recall why exactly — “We had plenty of hit songs on that record; I guess we didn’t need it” — but he alludes to its Rod Stewart similarities. “The beginning of that song really sounds like ‘Hot Legs,'” he says. “Thank goodness Mr. Stewart has given us his blessing to release it after all these years.” … [Read more...] about The Black Crowes’ Chris Robinson Talks ‘Shake Your Money Maker’ Deluxe Edition
Excited? So are we! It's known to all that Salman Khan shares a great rapport with filmmaker David Dhawan and his son Varun Dhawan. Salman, who's currently engrossed in the shoot of his upcoming project Antim, has reportedly asked Varun to join him for a special song for Antim: The Final Truth, and the latter instantly gave his nod. … [Read more...] about Varun Dhawan To Shake A Leg With Salman Khan In Antim?
In 2019, Disney has what is expected to be the biggest movie of the year in Avengers: Endgame, along with Captain Marvel, Dumbo, The Lion King, Toy Story 4 and Frozen 2 among others. If history has taught us anything, look for those latter two to power up in Japan while The Lion King will notably roar in China (although the release date there will be key as domestic starts during the traditional July blackout). Star Wars: Episode IX kicks off overseas on December 18, bringing the galaxy far, far away back to the holiday corridor. Just don’t expect the Middle Kingdom to hitch a ride on the Millennium Falcon. … [Read more...] about 2018’s Record Box Office: Highlights From The Overseas Profit Center & What’s Ahead For 2019 – Global Studio Chart
The spiritual center of Freehold, New Jersey, might be the rug factory, on the edge of town. The rug company is long gone, but the factory is still there, a brick reminder, partly filled with small businesses. Freehold is really too small to have neighborhoods, but this part of town is called Texas, perhaps because, to Jersey ears, everyone who moved out of Appalachia to work in the rug factory sounded like John Wayne. There are two Freeholds, actually; out in Freehold township, where the nice suburban homes of commuters into New York butt up against manicured horse farms, they call Freehold borough the hole in the doughnut. That’s not really fair; this isn’t the Bronx, or East St. Louis. The streets around the rug factory are lined with two-family houses, with neat yards kept by working people who worry that their blue-collar jobs will head south, like the rug company, or to South Korea, or just evaporate. Bruce Springsteen grew up here, in a gray two-family house next … [Read more...] about Bruce Springsteen, Made In The U.S.A.