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  1. We sat down with Ben Affleck, Charlie Hunnam and Garrett Hedlund recently to talk about their latest movie, Triple Frontier. Here's how the discussion went.
  2. We are all for fast-paced, gripping entertainment on any given day. A thrilling, action-packed film almost always succeeds to grab our attention as compared to the sappy motion pictures that we have to sit through on a lazy Sunday night with our girl. So talking of the forever special place the good ol' action and crime thrillers hold for the likes of us, we had to let you in on the fact that the latest trailer for 'Triple Frontier' has gotten us hooked and left us asking for more. © Netflix Starring big names like Ben Affleck, Charlie Hunnam, Oscar Isaac amongst others, the trailer gives us a peek into the racy plot of the movie, that is riveting enough to bring us onto the edge of our seats. The trailer opens with a covert peek into the post-retirement life of five former Special Forces operatives who are frustrated with their sucky pensions and lack of better opportunities in the future, besides a lot of other things. So they decide to take matters into their own hands and plan a heist on a drug lord's blood money. All goes well until the paramilitary, cops and the drug lord's goons come after them. As the ex-operatives set out to straighten out their lives by getting their hands dirty with something criminal, and keep themselves about the country for the first time in their life, the shitstorm makes it exciting enough for us to count the days until its release on Netflix. With a huge cast to boast and a plot that has already gotten us hooked with the 'Narcos' and 'Hurt Locker' feels, we bet this one is going to be one helluva ride. 'Triple Frontier' releases on March 6, 2019 on Netflix.
  3. When it comes to being a Casanova, most of you would name Barney Stinson from 'How I Met Your Mother', while some of you would name Joey Tribbiani from 'Friends'. But there was a man who did it all with barely any effort and knew how to use his strengths. Charlie Harper from 'Two and a Half Men! The Man, the legend, the myth! We can't completely call it a fictional character, as Charlie Sheen, who played Charlie Harper, was not that different from his on-screen avatar in real life. Perhaps that's why he just nailed the role. ***, booze, drugs, and gambling are the character's hobby. In a world which is full of competition, Charlie picked up girls better than the guys in deodorant advertisements. Let's see what we can learn from him: 1. Live Like There's No Tomorrow © Warner Bros. If one thing Charlie knew apart from picking up women was how to party. The man drank like a fish and had a life with no regrets. Be it women, pot, cigars, drinks, he did it all with an open heart. But he never let it affect his work. The man knew the importance of money and always managed to make it in abundance. The lesson here is, live like there's no tomorrow but earn like you might live for a hundred years. 2. Use Your Assets Wisely © Warner Bros. Women find kids adorable and Charlie certainly knew it. The man used his nephew to pick up women countless times. Be it in a grocery store or convincing him to take belly dancing lessons, just so he could have a date with the instructor, he didn't miss one single chance. If you want to succeed in life, know what your assets are and use them wisely. 3. Relationships © Warner Bros. Most of us fall with the idea of being in a relationship, and not with the person. Charlie taught us to wait, have fun, and eventually, you'll know when the right person comes along. It's better to wait than to settle down with the wrong person. Be sure that you want to actually spend the rest of your life with the person you're going to propose. Don't rush into anything. 4. Family Is Everything © Warner Bros. No matter how much he made fun of his brother, he always took care of him. He even broke up his engagement for his brother's sake. And the way he was a role model to his nephew, despite his shortcomings, was commendable. Charlie's relationship with his mother wasn't smooth and yet he managed to be there for her, every time she actually needed him. For him, if you look deeply, HIS family came first. Same should be the case with you. 5. Sense of Humour © Warner Bros. We are aware of Chandler Bing's sense of humour & sarcasm but if anyone used it correctly to pick up women, it was Charlie. Be it making fun of someone, or making a woman laugh or a cruel comeback to his mother's comments, he was quite the master at it. © Warner Bros. Watch the series, you'll definitely pick up some funny pick-up lines. 6. The I-Don't-Give-A-****-Attitude © Warner Bros. No matter what happened, Charlie always did what he wanted to do. He was single on his own terms, got engaged on his own terms and broke the engagement on his own terms. People called him a degenerate man-whore who fell into a pot of money, but he didn't care. He lived the way he wanted to and was never bothered by the fact that what 'people' might say.
  4. Ranveer Singh is uber talented and no one doubts that, but this latest video is proof that he is everything that Bollywood has lacked to date. Getting into the skin of his new persona, Ranveer this time has channeled his comic timing, setting the record straight that there is nothing he can't do! Tranquility #ChillonCastle #inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND @ChateauChillon @montreuxriviera @myswitzerlandin @myvaud A post shared by Ranveer Singh (@ranveersingh) on Apr 30, 2018 at 12:28pm PDT One look at this video and we bet you would end up watching it on replay. Well, that's his charm. After channeling his inner Freddie Mercury and performing on the cult number 'I want to break free', the actor paid tribute to the world-renowned artist Charlie Chaplin. Aai chokro ghaando thai gailo che!!! ð¤ð¼ð¼ð¼ . . . #queen #freddiemercury #MyVaud #inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND @officialqueenmusic @montreuxriviera @myswitzerlandin @myvaud A post shared by Ranveer Singh (@ranveersingh) on Apr 28, 2018 at 4:18am PDT Taking to his Instagram he wrote, “A tramp, a gentleman, a poet, a dreamer, a lonely fellow, always hopeful of romance and adventure.” – Charlie Chaplin #ChaplinsWorld #inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND”. © Twitter This video just made us realise that if a biopic is ever made of the great comedian then Ranveer Singh was born to play that character. It takes a lot from an actor to fit the bill and get into someone else's skin and Singh is the right person to look up to, if looking for perfection. “A tramp, a gentleman, a poet, a dreamer, a lonely fellow, always hopeful of romance and adventure.” - Charlie Chaplin #ChaplinsWorld #inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND @chaplins.world @montreuxriviera @myswitzerlandin @myvaud A post shared by Ranveer Singh (@ranveersingh) on May 1, 2018 at 1:57am PDT “A day without laughter is a day wasted” - Charlie Chaplin #ChaplinsWorld #inLOVEwithSWITZERLAND @chaplins.world @montreuxriviera @myswitzerlandin @myvaud A post shared by Ranveer Singh (@ranveersingh) on May 1, 2018 at 2:24am PDT The 'Padmaavat' actor has been quite busy and just recently wrapped up shooting for Zoya Akhtar's 'Gully Boy'. And now he will soon start shooting for Rohit Shetty's 'Simmba' with Sara Ali Khan. So before he gears up for his next movie, the actor has decided to go for a quick break and is having a lit time in Switzerland, where we have a sneaky suspicion that he is doing something else besides holidaying.
  5. It's hard to imagine that the funniest man in history had a far from happy childhood. An absent father and a life of poverty led him to begin working at a tender age of nine. But Charlie Chaplin had a happy soul and a genius mind. Not one to be bogged down by life's miseries, he turned pain into something more meaningful – laughter. The famous Tramp character that he created for his films catapulted his status to iconic in no time. And why not, the ability to laugh at oneself is just so rare in this world. We bring you 11 quotes by the comic genius that teach us not to take life too seriously. 1. Always look at life in long-shot. “Life is a tragedy when seen in close-up, but a comedy in long-shot.” © Thinkstock Photos/ MensXP_Disha Bhatia 2. It truly is. “In the end, everything is a gag.” © Thinkstock Photos/ MensXP_Disha Bhatia 3. Did you laugh today? “A day without laughing is a day wasted.” © Thinkstock Photos/ MensXP_Disha Bhatia 4. The ability to laugh at oneself is the greatest quality of all. “Failure is unimportant. It takes courage to make a fool of yourself.” © Thinkstock Photos/ MensXP_Disha Bhatia 5. Life is not complicated. We make it. “Simplicity is not a simple thing.” © Thinkstock Photos/ MensXP_Disha Bhatia 6. The most talented people are also the most humble. "That's all any of us are: amateurs. We don't live long enough to be anything else.” © Thinkstock Photos/ MensXP_Disha Bhatia 7. If the subject of your joke doesn't find it funny, your joke is not good enough. “My pain may be the reason for somebody's laugh. But my laugh must never be the reason for somebody's pain.” © Thinkstock Photos/ MensXP_Disha Bhatia 8. You will never have a bird poop on your face if you are looking up. “You will never find a rainbow if you are looking down.” © Thinkstock Photos/ MensXP_Disha Bhatia 9. Jellyfish – 1, humans – 0 “Life is a beautiful magnificent thing, even to a jellyfish.” © Thinkstock Photos/ MensXP_Disha Bhatia 10. We don't laugh; we type LOL “We think too much and feel too little.” © Thinkstock Photos/ MensXP_Disha Bhatia 11. Life is not to be taken seriously. “We must laugh in the face of our helplessness against the forces of nature – or go insane.” © Thinkstock Photos/ MensXP_Disha Bhatia
  6. TV host Charlie Rose arrives for the Time 100 Gala in the Manhattan borough of New York, New York, US, April 25, 2017. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri/Files CBS and other networks on Monday suspended Charlie Rose ? one of the most prominent American interviewers ? after eight women told the Washington Post he sexually harassed them and prompted Rose to apologize for his ?inappropriate behavior?. PBS and Bloomberg said in statements they were suspending Rose?s signature interview show ? distributed on both outlets ? citing the allegations in the newspaper story. ?These allegations are extremely disturbing and we take them very seriously,? CBS News said in a statement. Rose is a co-host on the morning show CBS This Morning and a correspondent for its long-running Sunday night news magazine 60 Minutes. Rose, 75, questioned the accuracy of the allegations in the Washington Post. ?I deeply apologize for my inappropriate behavior,? he said in a statement. ?I am greatly embarrassed. I have behaved insensitively at times and I accept responsibility for that, though I do not believe that all of these allegations are accurate.? ?I always felt that I was pursuing shared feelings, even though I now realize I was mistaken,? he added. Eight women ? who worked at Charlie Rose Inc or aspired to a job there ? have accused Rose of making unwanted sexual advances toward them, the Washington Post reported on Monday, the latest in a wave of sexual harassment allegations against prominent men in the entertainment and media industries and American politics. ?All of us, including me, are coming to a newer and deeper recognition of the pain caused by conduct in the past, and have come to a profound new respect for women and their lives,? Rose said. Charlie Rose became the top US trending topic on Twitter late Monday, with more than 98,000 tweets discussing the host. Rose routinely landed the biggest names in international politics, entertainment and letters for his interview show Charlie Rose, which was broadcast on PBS and Bloomberg TV. An acute listener, Rose employed an engaging yet serious style in contrast to the bitter partisan arguments, cross-talk, and raised voices on cable television. True to the show?s sober tone, the set was simply a table and chairs with an all-black background. His persona on CBS This Morning was a little more whimsical, given the lighter subject matter of morning news shows in the United States. The eight women ? who were employees or aspired to work for Rose at the Charlie Rose show from the late 1990s to as recently as 2011 ? told the newspaper he made unwanted sexual advances toward them, walked in the nude around them, and groped them. Stories showed 'striking commonalities' PBS, in announcing its suspension, said it does not fund the Charlie Rose show or supervise its production but expects its producers to provide a safe workplace. Bloomberg said it was ?deeply disturbed? by the allegations. The networks had little choice as the allegations against Rose would have likely overshadowed the subjects of his stories, said Quinnipiac University journalism professor Ben Bogardus. ?It will be a long time, if ever, before viewers see Charlie Rose in the anchor chair again,? Bogardus predicted. The Post said it had multiple interviews with the eight women, who ranged in age from 21 to 37 at the time of the alleged encounters and their stories had ?striking commonalities?. Three of the eight women spoke on the record to the newspaper and the other five spoke on condition of anonymity fearing retribution that could affect their careers, the Post said. Reah Bravo was an intern and then associate producer for Rose?s PBS show beginning in 2007, and told the newspaper Rose was ?a sexual predator? and she was his victim. She told the Post there were unwanted sexual advances while working for Rose at his private waterfront estate in Bellport, New York, and while travelling with him in cars, in a hotel suite, and on a private plane. Bravo could not be reached by Reuters for comment. Kyle Godfrey-Ryan ? one of Rose?s assistants in the mid-2000s ? recalled at least a dozen instances where Rose walked nude in front of her while she worked in one of his New York City homes, the newspaper said. Godfrey-Ryan declined to comment to Reuters, referring questions to her spokeswoman Heather Wilson, who said Godfrey-Ryan stood by the story in the Post.
  7. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (1971). Image Courtesy: Rotten Tomatoes LONDON: The hero of Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory book was originally written as a black boy, the author's widow told the BBC on Wednesday. "The first Charlie that he wrote about was a little black boy, you know, and I'm sure that was influenced by America," Liccy Dahl told BBC Radio 4. The tale of Charlie Bucket's adventures at the chocolate factory owned by Willy Wonka was first published in 1964 and is now available in 55 languages. Liccy Dahl said the final decision not to write the main character as a black child was "a great pity", adding that it "would be wonderful" to see a reworking of the book to incorporate her late husband's wish. Donald Sturrock ? the biographer of the world-famous children's author ? said Roald Dahl's agent "thought it was a bad idea" to include a black hero. As with many of his books, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory made it to the silver screen in 1971. But according to Liccy Dahl, her husband "wasn't very happy" with the film version starring Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka. A second movie version hit cinemas in 2005, directed by Tim Burton and with actor Johnny Depp taking in the role as the eccentric factory owner. Numerous of Roald Dahl's other children's classics have made it onto the screen and stage, many since his death aged 74 in 1990. They include Matilda, about the life of a genius five-year-old, which saw a 1996 film version ahead of a musical production by the Royal Shakespeare Company which opened in 2010. Despite becoming a celebrated author, Roald Dahl became "extremely grumpy" when he was about to finish a book. "I used to say to him, 'Surely you should be thrilled because you've finished a book'. He said, 'Yes, but the fear of starting another one'," his widow told the BBC.
  8. Charlie Gard (L) and his parents Connie and Chris Gard. (Image courtesy: BBC) LONDON: Charlie Gard ? the terminally-ill British baby whose plight drew sympathy from Pope Francis and US President Donald Trump and sparked a debate about medical ethics ? died on Friday, his mother said. His parents, Connie Yates and Chris Gard, had fought a lengthy legal battle to allow him to be taken to the United States for treatment for a rare genetic condition. But despite the international attention brought by his case, he died exactly one week short of his first birthday. "Our beautiful little boy has gone. We are so proud of you, Charlie," his mother Yates said in a statement. A court had ordered that the 11-month-old should be moved from hospital to a hospice, where his life support was withdrawn. Supporters around the world donated £1.35 million ($1.75 million, 1.5 million euros) via an online fundraising site to support his parents and their efforts to keep their son alive, while 350,000 signed a petition demanding that he be allowed to receive experimental treatment in the US. Following news of the boy's death, Pope Francis, who supported the campaign, tweeted, "I entrust little Charlie to the Father and pray for his parents and all those who loved him." British Prime Minister Theresa May said she was "deeply saddened" by the death while US Vice President Mike Pence wrote he was, "Saddened to hear of the passing of Charlie Gard." Mitochondrial disease Gard was born on August 4, last year, with a rare form of mitochondrial disease that causes progressive muscle weakness, including in key organs, such as the heart. He was admitted to hospital at eight weeks old and his condition progressively deteriorated. Gard's parents fought a five-month legal battle for him to be taken to the United States for experimental treatment. They lost a series of appeals in British courts and the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. Their campaign led to offers of help from the United States and the Vatican, leading the hospital to ask the courts for a final assessment of any new evidence. On July 2, Pope Francis called for the couple to be allowed to "care for their child until the end", saying he had followed the case with "affection and sadness". The following day, US President Donald Trump said in a tweet, "If we can help little Charlie Gard, as per our friends in the UK and the pope, we would be delighted to do so." But the boy's parents gave up their battle last week, saying "time has run out", after they were shown scans indicating that his condition had deteriorated too far. "We are so sorry that we could not save you," they said in an emotional statement at the High Court in London. 'Agony' Judge Nicholas Francis summed up the emotion involved in the case. "It is impossible for any of us to comprehend or even begin to imagine the agony to which Charlie's parents have been subjected in recent weeks and months as they have had to come to terms with the decision that they have now made," he said in a judgement. The parents then asked for Gard to be taken to their home for his final days but were overruled by the hospital, which said the ventilator keeping him alive was too bulky to fit through their front door. They finally agreed for him to be placed in a hospice. The case raised fundamental questions about whether parents or the state should have a final say on a child's well-being and whether a child's fate should be settled in a courtroom. It provoked strong reactions, with an army of supporters shouting "shame on GOSH" following this week's court hearing. The hospital issued a statement Friday, saying, "Everyone at Great Ormond Street Hospital sends their heartfelt condolences to Charlie's parents and loved ones at this very sad time."
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