Just before the start of the Cannes Film Festival, Klemens Hallmann, CEO and producer of Hallmann Entertainment Company, announces his latest film narrated by Academy Award®-winning actress Kate Winslet. Continue reading
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Universal Pictures’ FAST X Races Into 270-Degree Panoramic ScreenX Theaters
CJ 4DPLEX, the world’s leading producer of premium film formats and cinema technologies, together with Universal Pictures, announced that Fast X, the new chapter in the global blockbuster Fast & Furious Saga (in theaters this Friday, May 19), will debut in the 270-degree panoramic ScreenX format. This is the first time a Universal Studios’ film from the Fast & Furious franchise will premiere in the visually immersive theaters. The partnership is significant for CJ 4DPLEX as it now has deals with every major studio in Hollywood for its premium ScreenX format. Continue reading
Jason’s lyric the movie
Jason’s Lyric is a 1994 American erotic romantic psychological drama film, written by Bobby Smith Jr., directed by Doug McHenry, who co-produced the film with George Jackson and Marilla Lane Ross, and starring Allen Payne, Jada Pinkett, Bokeem Woodbine, Treach, Eddie Griffin, Lahmard Tate, Lisa Nicole Carson, and Forest Whitaker. Set in Third Ward, Houston, Texas, the story is about two mentally scarred brothers who choose different paths in dealing with their tragic childhood. Continue reading
I kick ass and drink milk
The joke “I came here to drink milk and kick ass, and I’m just out of milk” was first said by the character Maurice Moss in the British TV show The IT Crowd. The joke is a play on the stereotype of the tough guy who drinks milk to build up his strength. In the show, Moss is a socially awkward and nerdy IT technician who is not at all tough. However, he says the joke in a confident and assertive way, which is unexpected and funny. Continue reading
American steampunk Western film
Wild Wild West is a 1999 American steampunk Western film loosely adapted from the 1960s television series of the same name. The film was directed by Barry Sonnenfeld and written by S. S. Wilson, Brent Maddock, Jeffrey Price, and Peter S. Seaman, from a story penned by brothers Jim and John Thomas. It stars Will Smith as U.S. Marshal James West and Kevin Kline as inventor Artemus Gordon, who are ordered by President Ulysses S. Grant (Kenneth Branagh) to stop Dr. Arliss Loveless (Kenneth Branagh), a former Confederate officer who is planning to assassinate Grant and start a new civil war. The film also stars Salma Hayek as Rita Escobar, a beautiful and mysterious woman who helps West and Gordon on their mission. Continue reading
Turbo played with a broom in a dance, how epic is that?
There is no definitive answer to the question of who taught Michael Jackson the moonwalk. Jeffrey Daniel, a member of the R&B group Shalamar, claims to have taught Jackson the move in 1982. However, Jackson himself has said that he learned the moonwalk from several different people, including Daniel, Bobby Brown, and Turbo from the movie “Breakin’.” Continue reading
Tiredness of life: the growing phenomenon in western society
Molly was 88 years old and in good health. She had outlived two husbands, her siblings, most of her friends and her only son.
“I don’t have any meaningful relationships left, dear,” she told me. “They’ve all died. And you know what? Underneath it all, I want to leave this world too.” Leaning a little closer, as though she was telling me a secret, she continued:
Adele James Cleopatra controversy
April 24, 2023 /Entertainment/ — The casting of Adele James as Cleopatra is controversial because there is no consensus on what Cleopatra’s race was. Some historians believe that she was of Macedonian Greek descent, while others believe that she had African ancestry. The casting of James, who is a black British actress, has been seen by some as an attempt to “blackwash” history. Others have defended the casting, saying that it is important to represent Cleopatra as a diverse figure. Continue reading
Why are we so scared of clowns? Here’s what we’ve discovered
Sophie Scorey, University of South Wales; James Greville, University of South Wales; Philip Tyson, University of South Wales, and Shakiela Davies, University of South Wales
Are you scared of clowns? You are not alone. Coulrophobia, or the fear of clowns, is a widely acknowledged phenomenon. Studies indicate this fear is present among both adults and children in many different cultures. Yet it is not well understood due to a lack of focused research.
PenFed Documentary Completes Tour After Selection in Eighteen Film Festivals Across the United States, Canada, and United Kingdom
PenFed Credit Union, the nation’s second-largest federal credit union, recently screened its documentary short film “The Shot” at the NYC Mental Health Film Festival. This completes the film’s competitive run after numerous awards and screening for film festival audiences from Maui, Hawaii to Liverpool, England. Produced by PenFed Digital, the digital media division of PenFed Credit Union, the film follows three patients with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and their experience before and the year after receiving the promising Stellate Ganglion Block treatment. Continue reading