'No One Should Die On A Film Set': Priyanka Chopra Mourns Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins
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Priyanka Chopra Mourns Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins


'No One Should Die On A Film Set': Priyanka Chopra Mourns Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins

Priyanka Chopra shared this photo of Halyna Hutchins. (Image courtesy: priyankachopra )

Highlights

  • Priyanka shared a picture of Halyna Hutchins on Twitter
  • “I’m so shook,” she wrote
  • “My heart goes out to Halyna Hutchins family,” she added

New Delhi:

A day after cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, 42, was accidentally shot dead by actor Alec Baldwin on the sets of their film Rust in New Mexico, Priyanka Chopra mourned the Ukraine-born cinematographer on Twitter and wrote: “No one should die on a film set. Period.” On Thursday, Alec Baldwin fired a prop gun on Rust set, killing the film’s cinematographer and wounding its director Joel Souza, said police officials in Santa Fe in a statement, reported news agency AFP. Mr Souza was hospitalised and now released. Sharing a picture of Halyna Hutchins on Twitter, Priyanka Chopra wrote: “I’m so shook. I cannot imagine what everyone involved in this tragedy is feeling. There are no words. No one should die on a film set. Period. My heart goes out to Halyna Hutchins family and everyone who knew her.”

See Priyanka Chopra’s tweet here:

After the fatal shooting on Rust set, Alec Baldwin wrote in a series of tweets that he is “heart broken” and is “fully cooperating with the police investigation to address how this tragedy occurred.” His tweets read: “There are no words to convey my shock and sadness regarding the tragic accident that took the life of Halyna Hutchins, a wife, mother and deeply admired colleague of ours. I’m fully cooperating with the police investigation to address how this tragedy occurred and I am in touch with her husband, offering my support to him and his family. My heart is broken for her husband, their son, and all who knew and loved Halyna.” Read Alec Baldwin’s tweets here:

Halyna Hutchins was known for her work on films like Snowbound, Blindfire, Archenemy and The Mad Hatter.

Alec Baldwin is playing the lead in the 19th century film. Assistant Director Dave Halls has handed the gun to the actor during a rehearsal and had called out “cold gun,” which is a code in entertainment for a weapon which has no live ammunition, while doing so, reported AFP. No charges have been filed against Alec Baldwin so far, Santa Fe sheriff spokesman Juan Rios told AFP.





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Vin Diesel Walked Paul Walker's Daughter Down The Aisle At Her Wedding. It's OK To Cry
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Vin Diesel Walked Paul Walker’s Daughter Down The Aisle At Her Wedding. It’s OK To Cry


Vin Diesel Walked Paul Walker's Daughter Down The Aisle At Her Wedding. It's OK To Cry

Vin Diesel walked Paul Walker’s daughter down the aisle.(courtesy: meadowwalker)

Highlights

  • Paul Walked died in 2013
  • Meadow Walker got married in an intimate ceremony
  • Meadow Walker shared pictures from her wedding

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Late actor Paul Walker’s 22-year-old daughter and model Meadow Walker married actor Louis Thornton-Allan earlier this month in the Dominican Republic. On Friday afternoon, Meadow Walker shared pictures from her dreamy wedding ceremony. The wedding was an intimate affair with only a few guests in attendance. In one of the photographs, Vin Diesel can be seen walking Meadow down the aisle. Usually, the bride’s father walks her down the isle. “Ayooooo,” she captioned the post. Gal Gadot and other stars congratulated the model on the wedding. The Wonder Woman star dropped a heart emoji. Paul Walker died in 2013 after he was involved in an accident. He was 40 years old at the time and had starred in the first six of the nine Fast And Furious movies alongside Vin Diesel.

See the photograph here:

Meadow Walker shared more pictures and a video from the ceremony. Vin Diesel wasn’t the only Fast And Furious star present at the wedding. Jordana Brewster, who played Paul Walker’s on-screen love interest in the franchise, also received an invite. “We’re married,” Meadow Walker captioned a post. Take a look at the video and the pictures from the wedding here:

Earlier this year, Meadow Walker walked the red carpet in her father’s honor at the F9 premiere. The most recent movie in the franchise premiered in June. Earlier this year, Vin Diesel, in an ​interview with E! Online, spoke about whether or not Meadow could appear in the next Fast And Furious film. “I would not count anything out,” he said.





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NO TIME TO DIE is a fun-filled entertainer that will give you your money’s worth.


No Time To Die (English) Review {3.5/5} & Review Rating

NO TIME TO DIE is the story is the story of the legendary secret agent who returns to service after his past catches up with him. The film starts off with Madeleine Swann’s (Léa Seydoux) flashback. As a child, she had witnessed the murder of her mother at the hands of Lyutsifer Safin (Rami Malek) at her home. Lyutsifer tries to kill him. But she attacks him and later Lyutsifer even rescues him when she falls in a frozen lake. In the present day, Madeleine is with James Bond (Daniel Craig) in Matera, Italy. All is going well until Spectre assassins attack Bond. He and Madeleine survive the attack and they even overpower the assassins. However, Bond believes thay Madeleine has betrayed him. She pleads and assures she hasn’t betrayed him. Yet, he leaves her. Five years later, MI6 scientist Valdo Obruchev (David Dencik) is kidnapped from an MI6 laboratory. Their bioweapon project also gets leaked. Bond, meanwhile, is now retired and residing in Jamaica. CIA agent Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) and his colleague Logan Ash (Billy Magnussen) contact Bond and ask his help in finding Obruchev. Bond initially declines. But when he bumps into Nomi (Lashana Lynch), his successor as 007 at MI6 and when Nomi warns him not to get involved in this case, Bond accepts CIA’s offer. Bond then goes to Cuba and with the help of a young agent Paloma (Ana de Armas), they infiltrate into a Spectre meeting. Soon, Bond realises that Spectre members are aware of his presence and are about to use the bioweapon to kill him. But in a sudden twist, the ‘nanobot mist’ kills all the Spectre members instead. What happens next forms the rest of the film.

Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and Cary Joji Fukunaga’s story is excellent and has all the ingredients of a mass entertainer. Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, Cary Joji Fukunaga and Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s screenplay is entertaining. The writers have peppered the narrative with some highly interesting action and dramatic scenes. The villain track, however, is weak. Dialogues are straightforward and sharp.

Cary Joji Fukunaga’s direction is splendid. There’s a lot happening in the film throughout. Hence, despite the long length (160 minutes), one doesn’t mind as the interest levels are high for most of the film. The 20 minute long introductory sequence is very well executed, especially Madeleine’s flashback. However, the track of the antagonist is not as menacing as intended. The Bond series and many such big action entertainers have had far more evil villains. The climax at the island is impressive but this is where the film drags a bit.

NO TIME TO DIE has a shocking and powerful introduction. The Matera action and chase sequence is thrilling and also the best part of the film. After the creative opening title sequence, the film continues to entertain. The Cuba sequence is unpredictable and also action packed. Post interval, the interrogation of Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) is intriguing. But the best part of the second half is the action scene set in the foggy jungle. The climax is a bit dragging but the emotional finale makes up for it.

Daniel Craig, as expected, is splendid, in all respects. It’s really moving to know that this is the last time he’s playing this iconic character and hence, this performance is even more special. Léa Seydoux is absent in the middle of the film but compensates for it with her fine performance in the beginning and in the second half. Rami Malek is strictly okay. Lashana Lynch is great and the constant tension between her character and that of Bond adds to the madness. Ana de Armas is there for just 15 minutes but rocks the show. She looks like a million bucks in her high slit backless dress. Jeffrey Wright is lovely in a small role. Christoph Waltz gets limited scope this time. Ralph Fiennes (Gareth Mallory) and Ben Whishaw (Q) are dependable. David Dencik and Billy Magnussen are decent. Child actor Lisa-Dorah Sonnet (Mathilde) is cute.

Hans Zimmer’s music is grand and exhilarating. Linus Sandgren’s cinematography is appropriate and captures the various locales of varied landscape beautifully. Mark Tildesley’s production design is rich. Suttirat Anne Larlab’s costumes are appealing, especially the one worn by Daniel Craig and the ladies. Elliot Graham’s editing is neat but could have been sharper towards the end.

On the whole, NO TIME TO DIE is a fun-filled entertainer that will give you your money’s worth. It released in India on September 30 and has released in Maharashtra today. Despite the delayed release, it’ll find an audience as its not available on piracy, the word of mouth is very positive and also because it is the last Bond film for Daniel Craig.



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DUNE is a cinematic spectacle with fine performances. However the lack of buzz, long length, and confusing narrative will affect its box office prospects.


Dune (English) Review {2.5/5} & Review Rating

DUNE is the story of the son of a noble family who could be The One. The year is 10191. It’s a time when a group of planets are part of the Empire and all of them have set sights on the planet of Arrakis. Arrakis is an arid, hot and inhospitable place and the only group of people who reside there are the Fremen. They are dangerous and expert fighters. Yet, all the planets are interested in Arrakis as that’s where the ‘spice’ grows. It’s a priceless substance that extends human youth, vitality and lifespan and hence, it has a lot of demand in the Empire. For around 80 years, the House Harkonnen of the Giedi Prime planet has been in charge of harvesting spice in Arrakis. But by an order of the Emperor, the fiefdom of Arrakis is transferred to the rule of the planet Caladan – Duke Leto Atreides of House Atreides (Oscar Isaac). Leto and his partner Jessica (Rebecca Ferguson) are parents to Paul (Timothée Chalamet) and the trio are all set to go to Arrakis to take over the charge. Paul gets mysterious dreams wherein he sees the landscape of Arrakis. He also sees a girl (Zendaya) and is unable to decode what the dream conveys. It then comes to light that Jessica is a member of Bene Gesserit, an exclusively female group that pursues mysterious political aims and wields seemingly superhuman physical and mental abilities. Jessica invites Reverend Mother (Charlotte Rampling) of Bene Gesserit to find out about the dreams troubling Paul. Her revelations have a deep impact on Paul just before on his journey to Arrakis. Leto, Jessica and Paul arrive on Arrakis and while all seems well in control, they are not aware that behind their backs, a sinister plan is in motion.

DUNE is based on the novel of the same name by Frank Herbert. The story is complex and not all aspects are easy to comprehend. But overall, it’s a fascinating tale and worth adapting on celluloid. Jon Spaihts, Denis Villeneuve and Eric Roth’s screenplay is captivating. The writers try their best to explain to the viewers the setting of the film and also the dynamics shared by various characters. More than the action and scale, DUNE is a human drama and the three writers deserve kudos for handling this bit well. However, the writing stagnates in the second half and a few aspects of the film are never properly explained. Dialogues are deep and a few of them might go over the viewers’ heads.

Denis Villeneuve’s direction is praiseworthy. It requires a lot of courage to make a film of this kind and full marks to Denis for passing out with flying colours on this front. The film is a visual spectacle and it’s one of its big USPs. Denis handles this bit with perfection. A few scenes are exceptionally executed. On the flipside, at 155 minutes, the film is too long. The first half moves in a jiffy but one can feel in the second half that the film is going on and on. Also, it is devoid of humour or light-hearted moments. This coupled with the complicated narrative makes DUNE ideal only for a niche audience.

DUNE’S introduction sequence is a bit confusing. It’s only later when Paul has a conversation with his father that things become much clearer. The sequence of Paul’s training with Gurney (Josh Brolin) and Paul’s intense interaction with Reverend Mother are memorable. The tension levels finally go up in the scene where the Atreides group tries to rescue members of a trawler from the sandworm. In the second half, the film goes on another level as the Duke is attacked suddenly at night. Paul’s escape is dramatic. But the scenes of him running and finding the Fremen gets a bit longer. The climax fight is underwhelming. The film ends with the promise of a sequel.

Speaking of performances, Timothée Chalamet handles the lead part with panache. He looks dashing and gives an able and subtle performance. Oscar Isaac is endearing. Rebecca Ferguson is excellent and has significant screen time. Zendaya has an arresting presence but sadly she’s there for less than 10 minutes. She has a fan following and they’ll surely feel shortchanged to know that she is hardly there. Charlotte Rampling leaves a mark in a cameo. Josh Brolin is fine Jason Momoa (Duncan Idaho) is entertaining as always. Stellan Skarsgård (Baron Vladimir Harkonnen) is menacing and his entry scene is quite good. Dave Bautista (Rabban) doesn’t get much scope. Sharon Duncan-Brewster (Dr Liet-Kynes) is remarkable. Javier Bardem (Stilgar) is decent. Stephen McKinley Henderson (Thufir Hawat), Chang Chen (Dr Yueh), Babs Olusanmokun (Jamis) and Benjamin Clementine (Herald Of The Change) are fine.

Hans Zimmer’s music, as expected, enhances the impact. In a few scenes however, the music is too loud and too ‘cinematic’ and it doesn’t match with the visuals playing on the screen. Greig Fraser’s cinematography is award-worthy. The desert landscape, especially, is captured beautifully. Patrice Vermette’s production design is rich and one can actually feel that the film is based in a different world. Bob Morgan and Jacqueline West’s costumes are unique and appealing. Action is great and thankfully, not gory. VFX is top-class. Some of the effects are never before seen. Joe Walker’s editing could have been crisper.

On the whole, DUNE is a cinematic spectacle and embellished with some fine performances. However due to the lack of buzz, long length, confusing narrative and lack of humour and light-hearted moments; it’ll appeal only to a niche section of audiences.



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Jennifer Aniston's Hair Evolution Over The Years. Please Don't Make Us Choose
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Jennifer Aniston’s Hair Evolution Over The Years. Please Don’t Make Us Choose


Jennifer Aniston's Hair Evolution Over The Years. Please Don't Make Us Choose

Pictures shared by Jennifer Aniston. (Image courtesy: jenniferaniston)

Highlights

  • The ‘Rachel cut’ was obviously there
  • Jennifer shared pictures of her different hairstyles
  • The actress was last seen in The Morning Show

New Delhi:

She has been a blonde and and she has been a brunette and everything in between. Jennifer Aniston has managed to rock every hairstyle that she has sported both on and off camera. The actress, in a throwback mood, shared pictures of the hairstyles she has sported over the years. She posted a picture of the pigtails with a baseball cap that she sported during an episode of F.R.I.E.N.D.S. The list would have been incomplete without the Rachel haircut, a style with voluminous shoulder-length style with long layers, which was popularised in the Nineties, inspired by her character Rachel Green. The Horrible Bosses look with bangs and hair dyed black, was not bad either. Then there was lob or long bob, the exaggerated waves, the curtain bangs and more. The star’s signature style pick seems to be the smooth and sleek blonde hair. The actress captioned the post: “Choose your player, hair edition.”

The comments were full of picks from fans. “Rachel forever and always,” wrote an Instagram user. “All of them,” added another. “Oh my gosh, 2,” wrote a fan. “Don’t make us choose,” read another comment.

Jennifer Aniston shared this post:

Jennifer Aniston became a star after starring in F.R.I.E.N.D.S as Rachel Green – a rich girl, who makes it big in the fashion industry after serving cups of coffee at the Central Perk as a waitress.

Jennifer Aniston also has a successful film career, having starred in romcoms such as We’re The Millers, The Object of My Affection, Just Go With It, Along Came Polly, The Bounty Hunter and the Horrible Bosses series among many others. She recently reunited with her onscreen sister Reese Witherspoon for The Morning Show. Reese starred as Rachel’s spoilt sister Jill Green in F.R.I.E.N.D.S, who had zero filters.

The actress occupied a spot on the list of trends after ever since dating rumours of her and F.R.I.E.N.D.S co-star David Schwimmer surfaced. When the F.R.I.E.N.D.S Reunion aired in May, the two confessed that they were crushing on each other, when they starred as friends/ lovers in the popular sitcom.





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DUNE is a cinematic spectacle with fine performances. However the lack of buzz, long length, and confusing narrative will affect its box office prospects.


Dune (English) Review {2.5/5} & Review Rating

DUNE is the story of the son of a noble family who could be The One. The year is 10191. It’s a time when a group of planets are part of the Empire and all of them have set sights on the planet of Arrakis. Arrakis is an arid, hot and inhospitable place and the only group of people who reside there are the Fremen. They are dangerous and expert fighters. Yet, all the planets are interested in Arrakis as that’s where the ‘spice’ grows. It’s a priceless substance that extends human youth, vitality and lifespan and hence, it has a lot of demand in the Empire. For around 80 years, the House Harkonnen of the Giedi Prime planet has been in charge of harvesting spice in Arrakis. But by an order of the Emperor, the fiefdom of Arrakis is transferred to the rule of the planet Caladan – Duke Leto Atreides of House Atreides (Oscar Isaac). Leto and his partner Jessica (Rebecca Ferguson) are parents to Paul (Timothée Chalamet) and the trio are all set to go to Arrakis to take over the charge. Paul gets mysterious dreams wherein he sees the landscape of Arrakis. He also sees a girl (Zendaya) and is unable to decode what the dream conveys. It then comes to light that Jessica is a member of Bene Gesserit, an exclusively female group that pursues mysterious political aims and wields seemingly superhuman physical and mental abilities. Jessica invites Reverend Mother (Charlotte Rampling) of Bene Gesserit to find out about the dreams troubling Paul. Her revelations have a deep impact on Paul just before on his journey to Arrakis. Leto, Jessica and Paul arrive on Arrakis and while all seems well in control, they are not aware that behind their backs, a sinister plan is in motion.

DUNE is based on the novel of the same name by Frank Herbert. The story is complex and not all aspects are easy to comprehend. But overall, it’s a fascinating tale and worth adapting on celluloid. Jon Spaihts, Denis Villeneuve and Eric Roth’s screenplay is captivating. The writers try their best to explain to the viewers the setting of the film and also the dynamics shared by various characters. More than the action and scale, DUNE is a human drama and the three writers deserve kudos for handling this bit well. However, the writing stagnates in the second half and a few aspects of the film are never properly explained. Dialogues are deep and a few of them might go over the viewers’ heads.

Denis Villeneuve’s direction is praiseworthy. It requires a lot of courage to make a film of this kind and full marks to Denis for passing out with flying colours on this front. The film is a visual spectacle and it’s one of its big USPs. Denis handles this bit with perfection. A few scenes are exceptionally executed. On the flipside, at 155 minutes, the film is too long. The first half moves in a jiffy but one can feel in the second half that the film is going on and on. Also, it is devoid of humour or light-hearted moments. This coupled with the complicated narrative makes DUNE ideal only for a niche audience.

DUNE’S introduction sequence is a bit confusing. It’s only later when Paul has a conversation with his father that things become much clearer. The sequence of Paul’s training with Gurney (Josh Brolin) and Paul’s intense interaction with Reverend Mother are memorable. The tension levels finally go up in the scene where the Atreides group tries to rescue members of a trawler from the sandworm. In the second half, the film goes on another level as the Duke is attacked suddenly at night. Paul’s escape is dramatic. But the scenes of him running and finding the Fremen gets a bit longer. The climax fight is underwhelming. The film ends with the promise of a sequel.

Speaking of performances, Timothée Chalamet handles the lead part with panache. He looks dashing and gives an able and subtle performance. Oscar Isaac is endearing. Rebecca Ferguson is excellent and has significant screen time. Zendaya has an arresting presence but sadly she’s there for less than 10 minutes. She has a fan following and they’ll surely feel shortchanged to know that she is hardly there. Charlotte Rampling leaves a mark in a cameo. Josh Brolin is fine Jason Momoa (Duncan Idaho) is entertaining as always. Stellan Skarsgård (Baron Vladimir Harkonnen) is menacing and his entry scene is quite good. Dave Bautista (Rabban) doesn’t get much scope. Sharon Duncan-Brewster (Dr Liet-Kynes) is remarkable. Javier Bardem (Stilgar) is decent. Stephen McKinley Henderson (Thufir Hawat), Chang Chen (Dr Yueh), Babs Olusanmokun (Jamis) and Benjamin Clementine (Herald Of The Change) are fine.

Hans Zimmer’s music, as expected, enhances the impact. In a few scenes however, the music is too loud and too ‘cinematic’ and it doesn’t match with the visuals playing on the screen. Greig Fraser’s cinematography is award-worthy. The desert landscape, especially, is captured beautifully. Patrice Vermette’s production design is rich and one can actually feel that the film is based in a different world. Bob Morgan and Jacqueline West’s costumes are unique and appealing. Action is great and thankfully, not gory. VFX is top-class. Some of the effects are never before seen. Joe Walker’s editing could have been crisper.

On the whole, DUNE is a cinematic spectacle and embellished with some fine performances. However due to the lack of buzz, long length, confusing narrative and lack of humour and light-hearted moments; it’ll appeal only to a niche section of audiences.



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A Year Later, Freida Pinto Shares Pics Of Impromptu Wedding. The Venue Was…


Trending: A Year Later, Freida Pinto Shares Pics Of Impromptu Wedding. The Venue Was...

A picture from the wedding. (Image courtesy: freidapinto)

Highlights

  • The actress got married last year
  • They are expecting their first child together
  • “This felt so special and fun,” she wrote

New Delhi:

After confirming on The Kelly Clarkson Show that she is already married, Freida Pinto shared pictures from her impromptu wedding that took place last year. They got married at a Honda Centre in California. The actress married Cory Tran during the lockdown in California last year. The actress shared pictures from the wedding on social media and wrote: “Yes, yes, it’s true. One year ago I married this gorgeous man of my dreams. No, we were not keeping it a secret or anything. We were simply just enjoying life and happily shared the news with anyone who asked.” She added, “Cory and I believe so much in balancing spontaneity with just the right amount of planning. One day it felt so right and so genuinely aligned that we decided we wanted to make it official. This felt so special and fun and let’s be honest… it reflected the time in our world just perfectly! The Honda centre has a whole new meaning in our lives now.”

See the pictures here:

The Slumdog Millionaire actress, who is expecting her first child with Cory, shared pictures from her baby shower and she wrote: “Reminiscing about this sweet baby shower! Thank you to my awesome tribe of sisters who made this such a special day for me.”

Freida Pinto has featured in films like Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes, Immortals, Trishna, Love Sonia and the Netflix movie Mowgli: Legend Of The Jungle. She also starred in Love, Wedding, Repeatand Hillbilly Elegy.

Freida Pinto previously dated actor Dev Patel, her co-star of the Danny Boyle-directed film Slumdog Millionaire, which received multiple Academy Awards. The couple broke up after dating for about six years.





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And Just Like That Sarah Jessica Parker Goes Desi On New York Streets
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And Just Like That Sarah Jessica Parker Goes Desi On New York Streets


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Sarah Jessica Parker on the sets. (courtesy: justlikethatcosmogirl)

Highlights

  • SJP wore a Falguni and Shane Peacock lehenga
  • She was photographed on the sets of ‘And Just Like That’
  • The show will air on HBO Max in December

New Delhi:

To say it in the style of OG fashionista Carrie Bradshaw, once upon a time in a magical land called Manhattan a young woman was photographed on the sets of And Just Like That in a lehenga and she surely did make a statement. Alright, we will lose the sparkle and come to the point. So Sarah Jessica Parker was spotted dressed in a Falguni And Shane Peacock lehenga on the sets of And Just Like That, which is the sequel to the popular TV show Sex And The City. Sarah Jessica Parker picked a red lehenga, which she topped with a green blouse. Any fan would know that Carrie takes her headgears and hats very seriously. So she accentuated her look with a braid and some flowers that she accessorised it with.

Many fan pages decided to Sarah Jessica Parker, shared pictures of the look. Take a look already:

And Just Like That, a revival of the hit show Sex And The City, will air on HBO Max in December and it will showcase the story of Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker), Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon) and Charlotte York Goldenblatt as they navigate love and friendship in their 50s.

Kim Cattrall, who played sexually liberated publicist and one of Carries’s besties Samantha Jones, is not a part of And Just Like That. Chris Noth has reprised his role as Carrie’s husband or Mr Big as she lovingly called him. Willie Garson, who starred as Carrie’s other bestie Stanford Blatch, was also meant to be a part of the series. However, he died at the age of 57 in September this year. Sarah Jessica Parker posted a eulogy for the actor and an excerpt from her post read: “It’s Been Unbearable.”

Well, we can’t wait to see what the show has in store for us. Especially Carrie’s wardrobe. We know she still owns the Manolo Blahniks that Aidan’s dog Pete almost ruined.





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Freida Pinto On Her Secret Wedding To Cory Tran During COVID Lockdown: 'We Got Married, Went Home And Took An Afternoon Nap'
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“We Got Married, Went Home And Took An Afternoon Nap”


Freida Pinto On Her Secret Wedding To Cory Tran During COVID Lockdown: 'We Got Married, Went Home And Took An Afternoon Nap'

Freida Pinto with husband Cory Tran. (Image courtesy: YouTube)

Highlights

  • “It’s a very romantic story,” Freida said about her wedding
  • “We decided one day to go to the Honda Center and get married,” she said
  • “This was perfect,” she added

New Delhi:

Surprise! Freida Pinto is already married to fiancé Cory Tran. The actress, who is expecting her first child with the photographer, had a secret wedding during the COVID-19 lockdown in California. Mom-to-be Freida Pinto surprised her fans with her wedding announcement on The Kelly Clarkson Show, where she made an appearance on Wednesday. When host Kelly Clarkson asked the actress, who got engaged to Cory Tran in November 2019, about her wedding plans, she said: “Oh excellent. We’re already married!” Freida Pinto added that she “wasn’t planning a big fat Indian wedding” but wanted the “most magical wedding.” However, when COVID crisis happened, the actress and her fiancé decided to not wait any longer and “just get married”. So, they said ‘I do’ to each other at the Honda Center in Anaheim and it was “perfect” for the couple. Want to know what they did after getting married – went home and “took an afternoon nap.”

Talking about how she and Cory Tran agreed for their impromptu wedding, Freida Pinto said on the chat show: “It’s a very romantic story if you must know. Of course, when we got engaged, we thought we’d have this most magical wedding. I should clear the air. I wasn’t planning a big fat Indian wedding. It was just going to be something pretty and simple…But then COVID happened and it’s still happening and we just realized we were going to be planning this for the rest of our lives and probably never doing it. So, we decided one day to go to the Honda Center in Anaheim, California and just get married. Honestly, I have to say if any of you have planned a wedding, you probably know this, I do not want stomach ulcers from planning my own wedding. This was perfect! We got married and then we got to go home and take an afternoon nap.”

On the show, a picture from Freida Pinto and Cory Tran’s wedding was also shows. The actress looked beautiful in a white gown.

Freida Pinto also revealed on The Kelly Clarkson Show that she was introduced to Cory Tran by her friend and The Path co-star Aaron Paul.

The actress recently celebrated her 37th birthday. Sharing glimpses of her special day well-spent at the Barton Springs Pool on Instagram, she wrote: “Wow! What a year I have had and the growth and learning has been immense! I can’t wait to walk into this new phase with peace, grace, gratitude and an open mind. My heart beats with love and anticipation for this new life. Thank you to my community for the love, support and birthday wishes.”

Freida Pinto and Cory Tran live in a bungalow in Los Angeles. The actress took us inside their California-style bungalow, which they bought some time in 2020, earlier this month.

Freida Pinto is best known for her performance in the Danny Boyle-directed Slumdog Millionaire, which won several Academy Awards. She has also featured in movies like Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes, Immortals, Trishna, Love Sonia and the Netflix movie Mowgli: Legend Of The Jungle.





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Pic: Just In Case You Didn't Know How Grand Travis Barker's Proposal To Kourtney Kardashian Was
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Just In Case You Didn’t Know How Grand Travis Barker’s Proposal To Kourtney Kardashian Was


Pic: Just In Case You Didn't Know How Grand Travis Barker's Proposal To Kourtney Kardashian Was

Kourtney Kardashian shared this image. (courtesy: kourtneykardash)

Highlights

  • Travis Barker proposed to Kourtney earlier this month
  • Kourtney shared pictures from the proposal
  • “I woke up all night thinking it was a dream,” Kourtney wrote

New Delhi:

Kourtney Kardashian is one happy woman. And, it has much to do with her partner designing the perfect proposal that most people around the world can only dream of. The reality TV star and her now fiance, Travis Barker sent the Internet into a tizzy when they announced their engagement a few days ago with pictures on social media. Giving her followers something more to sink their teeth into, Kourtney Kardashian posted a carousel of new photos from the momentous occasion on Instagram on Wednesday. Sharing the pictures, the 42-year-old wrote, “I woke up all night thinking it was a dream.” After one look at the images, we understand why Kourtney felt this way. 

The stunning pictures feature the couple kissing and embracing on the beach surrounded by hundreds of long-stem roses and candles. And, next to the floral arrangement that was designed to represent their initials “T” and “K”, the Blink-182 drummer is seen going down on one knee to ask Kourtney Kardashian’s hand in marriage.

From pictures of the couple enjoying a glass of wine post the proposal to a closer look at Kourtney Kardashian’s (giant) diamond ring, the post was replete with insider glimpses of the momentous occasion. You can also see the two share an intimate moment with the sun setting in the background.

Replying to Kourtney Kardashian’s post, 45-year-old Travis Barker wrote, “Forever with you is a dream come true.”

Kourtney Kardashian’s sisters too banded together to congratulate the happy couple. Khloe Kardashian said, “I’m so happy for you, my beautiful sweet sister. You deserve every kiss. Every ounce of love. Every happy thought. You deserve every single second of this. I love you and I love you. I love you.”

Kylie Jenner replied with a heart emoticon. “Momager” Kris Jenner, too, shared the post on Instagram Stories and said, “Love you guys,” with heart emojis.

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Travis Barker, too, shared happy photos of the couple stealing a few kisses on the occasion. He kept the caption simple but classic and said, “My fiancée.” To this, Kourtney Kardashian replied, “My favourite person in the world, my fiance.”

According to People, the drummer proposed to the Poosh founder on Sunday at the Rosewood Miramar resort in Montecito, California. And he sealed the deal with an oval diamond ring designed by Lorraine Schwartz. The news of the engagement, which was reported by several news outlets, was confirmed on Instagram by both Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker with pictures.

Sharing the pics, Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker chose to go with identical captions and wrote, “Forever.” Take a look.

Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker have been dating for nearly one year, now.  Travis Barker has two children with ex-wife Shanna Moakler, who he separated from in 2008 from four years of marriage.

Meanwhile, Kourtney Kardashian has three children with ex-partner Scott Disick. The couple had an on-again, off-again relationship for nearly 10 years, much of which was documented on the reality show Keeping Up With The Kardashians. 





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