Kamal Haasan Kamal Haasan admitted to the fact that the audience have become more knowledgeable about movies and hence the team of Thoonga Vanam had to do a lot of research. He concluded by saying the story and locations have been finalized for his next film. … [Read more...] about Thoonga Vanam Hits The 1 Million Mark; Also Revealed Is Kamal Haasan’s Role In The Film!
By contrast, billionaires like Charles Cohen and Sam Gores are among the many moguls who have made cuts to their firms. Cohen furloughed a third of his 18 staff members at his eponymous production company while slashing the salaries of those remaining. Gores "temporarily" laid off up to 200 employees from Paradigm, prompting a lawsuit from longtime agent Debbee Klein. (Following Klein's suit, Gores set up set a $1.1 million fund April 6 to assist those affected by the cuts and extended their health coverage through June.) David Geffen, one of Hollywood's biggest donors to the medical community, has been publicly absent from coronavirus fundraising and instead took heat for an Instagram post musing about self-isolating in the Caribbean aboard his $590 million superyacht. … [Read more...] about Hollywood’s Virus Relief Efforts Slow to Materialize So Far
Director JON M. CHU with KRISTIN CHU, WILLOW and HEIGHTSCrazy Rich Asians and now-delayed In the Heights director Chu is staying home with his wife, Kristin, daughter Willow (left) and son Heights — along with his suddenly essential gear: "I've got my laptop, my big screen, all my hard drives and my iPad," he says. "It was a little chaotic at first, but I'm settling into a rhythm now." … [Read more...] about Hollywood on Lockdown Portfolio: Jamie Lee Curtis, Bob Greenblatt, Jon M. Chu and More From a Social Distance
I was with my sisters [Tina and Jessie] and my brother, Sandy, who is also [nearby]. He came in the morning and we had coffee and that was fun. He always makes us laugh. Jessie ordered one of the biggest birthday cakes I've ever seen, with this top hat and mocha icing, which I love. Luckily, we didn't eat the whole thing. It was such a rare treat for me to be with my siblings. I have lived on the East Coast my whole life. I started my career in New York and raised Annie on the East Coast, so I have not seen my family, aside from various intervals, for most of my entire adult life. I've been compelled to come back to be with them at this point in my life. To see my siblings on my birthday, I don't have any memory of the last time that happened. It was really, really special. … [Read more...] about How I’m Living Now: Glenn Close
In addition to helping out those less fortunate than him, Gilmour sees the sale as a matter of cleaning house. In fact, he’s been planning on selling of chunks of his collection since at least around 1987’s A Momentary Lapse of Reason but hasn’t gotten around to it. “I didn’t want to get too ancient and have a whole stash of guitars sitting around doing nothing,” he says. “And frankly, too many of them are guitars I just don’t have time to play often enough. They will give joy to other people.” … [Read more...] about David Gilmour on Why He’s Selling 120 Guitars: ‘Everything Has Got to Go’