Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'hollywood's'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Help Support
    • Announcement And Help
    • Funday Chatroom
  • Poetry
    • Shair o Shairy
    • Famous Poet
  • Islam - اسلام
    • QURAN O TARJUMA قرآن و ترجمہ
    • AHADEES MUBARIK آحدیث مبارک
    • Ramazan ul Mubarik - رمضان المبارک
    • Deen O Duniya - دین و دنیا
  • Other Forums
    • Quizzes
    • Movies and Stars
    • Chit chat And Greetings
    • Urdu Adab
    • Entertainment
    • Common Rooms
  • Science, Arts & Culture
    • Education, Science & Technology
  • IPS Community Suite
    • IPS Community Suite 4.1
    • IPS Download
    • IPS Community Help/Support And Tutorials

Blogs

  • Ishq_janoon_Dewanagi
  • Uzee khan
  • Beauty of Words
  • Tareekhi Waqaiyaat
  • Geo News Blog
  • My BawaRchi_KhaNa
  • Mukaam.e.Moahhabt
  • Sadqy Tmhary
  • FDF Online News
  • Dua's Kitchen
  • FDF Members Poetry
  • Raqs e Bismil
  • The Pakistan Tourism
  • HayDay Game
  • عشق میری زیست کا حاصل
  • News
  • bayzz-a-jaan
  • DASTAK

Categories

  • IPS Community Suite 4.5
    • Applications 4.5
    • Plugin 4.4 Copy
    • Themes/Ranks Copy
    • IPS Languages 4.4 Copy
  • IPS Community Suite 4.4
    • Applications 4.4
    • Plugin 4.4
    • Themes/Ranks
    • IPS Languages 4.4
  • IPS Community Suite 4.3
    • Applications 4.3
    • Plugins 4.3
    • Themes 4.3
    • Language Packs 4.3
    • IPS Extras 4.3
  • IPS Community Suite 4
    • Applications
    • Plugins
    • Themes
    • Language Packs
    • IPS Extras
  • Books
    • Urdu Novels
    • Islamic
    • General Books
  • XenForo
    • Add-ons
    • Styles
    • Language Packs
    • Miscellaneous XML Files
  • Web Scripts
  • PC Softwares
  • Extras

Categories

  • General
  • Social
  • TV Shows
  • Gastronomy
  • Technology
  • Cience
  • Music
  • Sports
  • Eroticism

Categories

  • Islam
  • Online Movies
    • English
    • Indian
    • Punjabi
    • Hindi Dubbed
    • Animated - Cartoon
    • Other Movies
    • Pakistani Movies
  • Video Songs
  • Mix Videos
  • Online Live Channels
    • Pakistani Channels
    • Indian Channels
    • Sports Channels
    • English Channels
  • Pakistani Drama Series
    • Zara Yaad ker
    • Besharam (ARY TV series)
  • English Series
    • Quantico Season 1
    • SuperGirl Season 1
    • The Magicians
    • The Shannara Chronicles
    • Game of Thrones

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Facebook ID


FB Page/Group URL


Bigo Live


Mico Live


Website URL


Instagram


Skype


Interests


Location


ZODIAC

Found 17 results

  1. A few years ago, the world was hit by one of the biggest social movements of all, the #MeToo movement, which was a social movement against sexual abuse and sexual harassment where people from all across the world publicized allegations of sexual crimes against them. © Istock Now, while there were huge revelations from all sectors of work, one of the most prominent ones came from Hollywood, the American film industry. At the centre of all the allegations fell the name of Harvey Weinstein, with top actresses like Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Lawrence, Cara Delevingne and so many others speaking against him. © Reuters The whole scandal rocked Hollywood and the rest of the world to the core, showcasing horrible experiences faced by so many at the hands of a sexual assaulter like Weinstein. Now, while the cases mostly pertained to Hollywood, there was a name of a Bollywood actress who also sprung up in connection with Weinstein's atrocities. According to reports, it was revealed that Weinstein tried very hard to get some 'alone time' with Bollywood star Aishwarya Rai © Instagram/Aishwarya Rai As per reports, Aishwarya and her actor husband Abhishek Bachchan had flown to attend the Cannes Internation Film Festival in 2014, after which they were seen together with Harvey Weinstein and Georgina Chapman. © Twitter It was then that it was reported that Weinstein wanted to have Aishwarya in a room alone. Aishwarya had worked in international projects like Bride & Prejudice, Mistress of Spices and The Pink Panther 2, and Simone Sheffield, who claimed to be Aishwarya's former managers, revealed how Harvey tried everything to speak to her alone. In a comment in response to a Variety news story, Sheffield wrote: "I use(d) to manage Indian actress Aishwarya Rai. While dealing with Harvey, I found it comical how hard he tried to get Aishwarya alone. But he was a pig... Looked and acted like a 'big bully pig'. He asked me to leave the meeting numerous times and I politely declined. "When we were leaving his (Weinstein's) office, he cornered me and said, 'What do I have to do to get her alone?' I told him to 'kiss my black ass'. When Ash and I returned to our hotel, I sent Harvey a steel pig trough filled with diet coke as a thank you gift for the meeting. Yes, we did do business and yes, he eventually threatened me. Told me I'd never work in this business, blah blah blah (sic). What I said to him I can't print. But you can be sure, I never gave him the opportunity to even breathe on my client." The whole account sounds so scary. Thank God, Aishwarya's agent saved her. Source: Firstpost View the full article
  2. The labor protest had drawn widespread support, not just from actors but from politicians as well
  3. The trailer of Vicky Kaushal’s much-awaited film, Sardar Udham, has been dropped today and it has piqued the curiosity of the viewers as the quality of the trailer is on Hollywood's level. The film is directed by Shoojit Sircar and marks the collaboration between Sircar and Vicky Kaushal for the first time. View this post on Instagram They both are masters of their crafts and the result of their dedication is right in front of us as the trailer offers an insight into Udham Singh's operation, from the planning stage to the execution, but doesn’t give away everything. It’s after long that we are seeing a trailer that’s perfectly edited. Here’s the trailer: The trailer keeps you at the edge of your seat and looks really promising. Vicky is seen as Udham Singh, who assassinated Michael O' Dwyer, former lieutenant governor of Punjab, to avenge the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsar in 1919. In the trailer, you will see Vicky in various avatars, proving again that he is one of the most versatile actors we have in Bollywood. People have also given it a big thumbs up and have already declared that Vicky deserves a National Award for this role. They have also appreciated the cinematography and how the trailer does justice to all the hype around the film. © YouTube/Amazon Prime Video © YouTube/Amazon Prime Video © YouTube/Amazon Prime Video Here's the official synopsis: The film, Sardar Udham, is the story of Sardar Udham Singh, a gallant and patriotic man who fought selflessly and courageously against the British subjugation of India. The film focuses on the undeterred mission of Sardar Udham to avenge the lives of his beloved brethren who were brutally killed in the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre of 1919. View this post on Instagram Speaking about the film, Vicky, in a statement, said, “The story of Sardar Udham Singh is one that enthralled and inspired me. It represents strength, pain, passion, extraordinary courage and sacrifice, and many such values that I have tried to do justice through my character in the film. The role called for a lot of physical, and even more mental preparation to get into Udham Singh’s shoes and bring to life the story of a man whose heroism and grit stand unmatched.” The movie also stars Shaun Scott, Stephen Hogan, Banita Sandhu, and Kirsty Averton in pivotal roles and Amol Parashar in a special appearance. View the full article
  4. "The only audience that seems to be going on a consistent basis is 18- to 35-(year olds)"
  5. Most of the cast are rising Latino singers, dancers and actors who hope the movie will open the door to others that showcase their community.
  6. Tom Cruise is undeniably Hollywood's ultimate daredevil when it comes to performing his own stunts in films. © Prime Video Be it free-climbing the deadly cliffs off Utah, jumping from one building to the other, or hanging off a passenger plane mid-air, the 58-year-old actor puts his body on the line to make sure that fans get the most realistic action-packed sequences possible. © Netflix But doing that for a span of four decades is truly a very risky business and there have been several times when his death-defying stunts for films nearly cost Tom his life. 1. The Last Samurai © Warner Bros. While shooting for 2003’s The Last Samurai, Tom had to duel with co-actor Hiroyuki Sanada while being mounted on mechanical horses. In one of the takes, one of the horses was supposed to stop right before Sanada swiped a real-life samurai sword at Cruise. However, the horse failed to stop and the cast and crew feared that Tom was going to get his head cut off. Fortunately for the actor, despite great difficulty, Sanada succeeded in pulling back his sword right in time, ensuring that Cruise could return for more Mission Impossible films! 2. Edge Of Tomorrow © Netflix The 2014 Sci-fi film Edge of Tomorrow, featuring Cruise, Emily Blunt, Brendan Gleeson, and Bill Paxton was undoubtedly successful in receiving a positive response from both fans and critics because of the action-packed sequences. However, in one of the scenes that involved Blunt driving in a car chase scene, the actress almost got Tom Cruise killed. Apparently, the car had a trailer attached at the back of it and Blunt was to take a hard right to let the trailer swing out behind the car, but unfortunately, the actress ended up driving the car into a tree. "We start—I tear down this path, and Tom is being very quiet, and suddenly I hear him under his breath as I approach the right-hand turn, I hear him going, 'Brake, brake brake' ... I left it too late and drove us into a tree. And I almost killed Tom Cruise." said Blunt. 3. Top Gun © Netflix Top Gun was one of Tom Cruise's most iconic films with his daredevil US Navy fighter pilot avatar of Pete 'Maverick' Mitchell really hitting off with fans of every generation. Shockingly though, the super hit film almost cost Cruise his life. In the scene where his on-screen best friend and partner Goose loses his life, the actor is seen lifting up the body of the deceased co-pilot, while wearing a parachute in the middle of the ocean. However, it was later revealed that Cruise was almost taken deep into the ocean by his own parachute after it started filling up with water. His co-star Barry Tub, who played the role of Wolfman in the film, said, "Cruise came as close to dying as anybody on a set I've ever seen. Luckily one of the frogmen in the chopper saw his chute ballooning out. He jumped in and cut Cruise loose right before he sank. They would have never found him. He would have been at the bottom of the ocean." 4. Oblivion © Prime Video Be it the Mission Impossible series or Knight and Day, Cruise loves riding bikes and he certainly likes them fast to try nerve-wracking stunts with them in films. In the 2013 sci-fi action film, Oblivion, Cruise like always, insisted on doing his own stunts and rode a motorcycle at high speeds through a rocky mountain plain. The director, obviously, like others before him, gave in and let the actor take cruise control. However, things could have gone real bad. According to reports, Cruise lost control of the custom-made bike while going down a slope and fell off it. Fortunately, the actor used his riding abilities to land safely and got back up to finish the film in one piece. 5. Mission Impossible: Fall Out © Paramount Pictures During the shooting of the sixth instalment of the Mission Impossible series, Mission Impossible: Fallout, Tom Cruise almost ended up breaking everything in his body when he miscalculated a jump while performing one of the stunts. In the film, the actor's character Ethan Hunt can be seen jumping from one building to another but painfully for the actor, he failed just short and hitting the side of a building instead. While Cruise walked it off soon after, it was revealed that he ended up breaking his ankle and could have even shattered his entire torso. However, knowing what a superhuman Tom really is, he returned to sets after being nine weeks out and finished the film. View the full article
  7. Aside from action star Dwayne Johnson’s hit movies, Hollywood’s most popular films have rarely featured Asians or Pacific Islanders in leading roles on the big screen, according to an academic study released on Tuesday.The findings showed “an epidemic of...
  8. The Hollywood Walk of Fame, a mile-long strip of plaques on Hollywood Boulevard, has honored influential figures in the entertainment industry since 1960.
  9. John le Carré was a favourite amongst Hollywood screenwriters for his thrilling tales
  10. Justin Bieber recently had a candid discussion about childhood fame and growing up within the public eye
  11. Transformers: The Last Knight led the pack with nine nominations Monday for the Razzies, Hollywood´s anti-awards celebrating the worst films of 2017. LOS ANGELES: Transformers: The Last Knight led the pack with nine nominations Monday for the Razzies, Hollywood´s anti-awards celebrating the worst films of 2017. The fifth instalment of the Transformers franchise was tapped in the categories of the worst picture; worst remake, rip-off or sequel; worst screenplay and worst screen combo. It also netted nods for worst director (Michael Bay), worst actor (Mark Wahlberg), worst supporting actor (Josh Duhamel and Anthony Hopkins), and worst supporting actress (Laura Haddock). The other worst picture nominees were Baywatch, The Emoji Movie, The Mummy and Fifty Shades Darker -- with the steamy film sequel based on EL James' bestselling "mommy porn" novels just trailing Transformers with eight Razzie nods. Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson, Tom Cruise, Johnny Depp, Javier Bardem, Russell Crowe, Mel Gibson, Kim Basinger and Susan Sarandon were among stars given the dubious honor of being nominated for a Golden Raspberry. Wahlberg, who was named the world´s highest paid actor in August, was recognised for terrible acting in not just Transformers, but also Daddy's Home 2. The nominations were unveiled in a tongue-in-cheek, Cold War-themed YouTube video titled "How to protect humanity from Razzie toxic waste." "Hazardous waste is generated from many sources, ranging from the industry´s lack of original content, recycled scripts -- usually from a stable of hack writers -- derivative dialogue, phone-in performances and brilliant studio bean counters overseeing the entire process from cradle to a quick grave," the video said. The Razzies were created in 1980 as an antidote to Hollywood´s star-studded back-slapping annual awards season. The "winners" of the Razzies will be announced on March 3, the eve of the Oscars.
  12. US President Donald Trump hugs a member of the Oklahoma women's softball team in the White House, Washington, DC, US, November 17, 2017. AFP/Mandel Ngan WASHINGTON: From the White House to Congress to the Supreme Court, the city has had its share of sexual scandals. But the #MeToo wave ? exposing sexual misconduct that began in Hollywood ? crashed ashore in the US capital this week, triggering an unprecedented slew of allegations, apologies, and resignations. Democratic Senator Al Franken said he was sorry after a radio talk show host accused him of forcibly kissing her in 2006 ? two years before voters in Minnesota sent him to the Senate ? and for posing for a picture, which showed him groping her while sleeping. US President Donald Trump ? despite numerous allegations that he has personally engaged in lewd conduct towards women ? was quick to pile on, calling him "Al Frankenstein" (sic) and saying the picture was "really bad". Trump's Twitter attack on the Democratic senator was in stark contrast to his relative silence over another scandal: allegations that Roy Moore ? the Republican candidate for Senate in Alabama ? once preyed on teenage girls. Meanwhile, two female members of the House of Representatives ? one Democrat and one Republican ? accused two lawmakers, who they declined to name, of sexual harassment. And a congresswoman's chief of staff resigned amid allegations that he had sexually harassed co-workers. Former president George H.W. Bush, 93, has also found himself in the line of fire, accused by half a dozen women of groping them during photo ops, both before and after he became confined to a wheelchair. "There a lot of nervous people around wondering what ? who will be next," White House counsellor Kellyanne Conway told Fox News. Hastert, Thomas, Clinton One of the most recent and high-profile cases of sexual misconduct in Congress involved Dennis Hastert ? the former Republican speaker of the House ? who pleaded guilty in 2015 to making illegal payments to hush up his molestation of teenage boys. Supreme Court judge Clarence Thomas's Senate confirmation hearing in 1991 was overshadowed by allegations he sexually harassed a staffer, Anita Hill, charges which he denied. And then, of course, there is former Democratic president Bill Clinton, who admitted to having sexual relations with Monica Lewinsky ? an intern ? while serving in the White House. The Trump presidential campaign repeatedly brought up Bill Clinton's indiscretions during the bitter 2016 White House race against his wife, Hillary Clinton. At the same time, the Trump campaign rejected the claims of multiple women that the billionaire real estate tycoon had acted inappropriately towards them ? a pattern of behaviour Trump more or less admitted in a notorious 2005 recording. "I'm automatically attracted to beautiful ? I just start kissing them," he said in the audiotape which surfaced during the campaign. "It's like a magnet. Just kiss. I don't even wait. And when you're a star, they let you do it. You can do anything." While the White House continues to deny that Trump has ever engaged in inappropriate behavior towards women, Congress is attempting to be proactive. Republican speaker Paul Ryan announced this week that the House would adopt "mandatory anti-harassment and anti-discrimination training" for lawmakers and their staff. "Our goal is not only to raise awareness, but also make abundantly clear that harassment in any form has no place in this institution," Ryan said. The Senate made anti-harassment training mandatory last week.
  13. After a dismal October for Hollywood, Disney and Marvel Studio's "Thor: Rognarok" proved a smashing success this weekend, pulling in $121 million in North American theaters for a global total of $427 million, according to industry estimates. How big was the film's three-day opening? Well, the latest "Thor" episode, boosted by strong reviews and the self-mocking humour of Chris Hemsworth as the powerful Norse god (with Cate Blanchett as Hela, goddess of death), netted more than seven times the take of last week's leader, Lionsgate's "Jigsaw." That movie, which has police investigating a string of horrific murders carried out in the style of supposedly long-dead killer Jigsaw, dropped this weekend to third place at $6.7 million, according to website Exhibitor Relations. In second was "A Bad Mom's Christmas," from STX Entertainment, at $17 million. That comedy stars three women -- Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn -- whose plans change when their mothers (Christine Baranski, Cheryl Hines and Susan Sarandon) drop in unexpectedly for the holidays. In fourth position was Lionsgate's "Boo 2! A Madea Halloween" at $4.7 million. The light comedy has actor/director Tyler Perry and buddies heading to a campground which -- surprise! -- turns out to be haunted. In fifth spot was "Geostorm" from Warner Bros., at $3 million. The sci-fi disaster thriller follows Gerard Butler as he struggles to save the world from an apocalyptic storm caused by climate-controlling satellites run amok. Rounding out the top 10 were: "Happy Death Day" ($2.8 million) "Thank You for Your Service" ($2.3 million) "Blade Runner: 2049" ($2.2 million) "Let There Be Light" ($2.2 million) "Only the Brave" ($1.9 million)
  14. Actors come and go, radio presenters live or die by their ratings and musicians top the charts only to be dropped, hostages to the vagaries of fickle public opinion. But some stars are destined to be remembered forever, their successes immortalized in terrazzo and brass on the Hollywood Walk of Fame -- a draw for visitors from across the world that has more staying power than any individual celebrity. Launched in 1958, the walk has built up more than 2,600 stars, each a tribute to the contribution of a public figure in the fields of motion picture, television, recording, radio or, latterly, live theater. "The criteria for getting a star are longevity in the field of entertainment -- of five years or more -- awards nominations, and very important to us is that they do philanthropic work," said Ana Martinez, who arranges the ceremonies. The ceremonies often coincide with the release of a movie as it is the celebrity who chooses the date, and a $40,000 fee is paid by the honoree's entourage -- $15,000 to cover the event and the rest for maintenance. Trump's star vandalized Despite the large fee, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, which runs the show, received more than 300 applications last year, but generally accepts around 30. Martinez, who has been working for the Walk of Fame for more than 30 years, tries to stage around 24 ceremonies a year, beamed live from the walk's website, but says the number has been going up. Among the most photographed sidewalk stars are those honoring Steven Spielberg, Nicole Kidman, Harrison Ford and Donald Trump, who may well also hold the dubious distinction of having the most vandalized star, although there is no official tally. Trump, now the US president, got a star in 2007 for his work as a reality TV celebrity. - Millions of tourists - Nearly 50 years after its launch, the 2.5-mile (four-kilometer) stretch smack in the middle of Hollywood now attracts an estimated 10 million tourists a year, who come to soak up the glamour. "It's very special to be here, to be here in person to see the stars of the singers I love and I listen to often, and of the actors that I grew up with," Brazilian tourist Daniela Oliveira told AFP. Not all the honorees are actors and musicians, of course -- the late film critic Roger Ebert has one, as do hockey announcer Bob Miller, LA Lakers owner Jerry Buss and Winnie the Pooh. Other stars often go to groups -- fictional or otherwise -- such as the munchkins from "The Wizard of Oz," "The Muppets" and "The Simpsons," while Kermit the Frog, Mickey Mouse and Godzilla have their own. Selection controversy E.M. Stuart, erstwhile president of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, is credited with coming up with the idea in 1953 for an attraction that would "maintain the glory of a community whose name means glamour." The walk's initial costs came to $1.25 million and the first stars honored the likes of Olive Borden, Ronald Colman, Burt Lancaster and Joanne Woodward. The selection process for honorees sparked controversy, however, when it emerged that Charlie Chaplin had been turned down for a star and his son sued unsuccessfully for damages amounting to $400,000. Chaplin finally got his star in 1972, five years before his death. The walk was designed to accommodate 2,518 stars, and by the 1990s most of the space had gone, prompting the dedication of a second row. Now there are hundreds of blank stars -- leaving hope for newcomers to the entertainment industry pining after the Hollywood dream.
×
×
  • Create New...