Barring one miracle, it looks like the 25th James Bond film will be the last time we’ll see Daniel Craig in the role he’s played in the past 15 years.
I spoke to Craig, some of his cast, and the film’s director, Cary Joji Fukunaga, about his experience working on Craig’s final Bond film.
“I think it will take me 15 years to open it,” Craig told me. “I have had so many incredible experiences. … I will need to think about them. I am so grateful and lucky to have such an amazing experience.”
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The latest film is action packed and hits the theaters on Friday.
Inspired by the New York Times best-selling memoir by Stephanie Land, this dramatic series follows the story of a single mother who tries to clean the house for herself and her young daughter as the mother escapes from an abusive relationship. She goes.
“Made” is currently streaming on Netflix.
This Granthshala original series, produced by October Films, re-examines the life of an icon through the lens of modernism. “Diana” redefines her story to find the real woman behind “The People’s Princess.”
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Based on the voices of a new generation, the six-part series includes interviews with people who were close to him and offers a new look at the royal.
“Diana” debuts on Granthshala Sunday.
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With his 2012 win on “The X Factor”, James Arthur gained international fame. Now, he is releasing his fourth album.
“It All Makes Sense at the End” follows Arthur’s somewhat rough times, including a battle with severe anxiety and controversy over lyrics criticized as homophobic that derailed his career.
The singer apologized and told the Irish Times
that the pandemic affected his recent work.
“With the pandemic, and being isolated, I suffered (because of his concern),” he said. “In the end it forced me to do what I loved doing, which is to make music. And to try to put that anxiety into songwriting.”
The new album drops on Friday.
The matter isn’t settled yet, but the podcast waits for no one.
There’s already one about the Murdoffs, a prominent South Carolina family caught in a scandal involving murder, financial misdemeanor charges, and opioid addiction. A web of secrets has rocked the local community and has become the latest mystery to enthrall us.
“Murda Murders Podcast”
Apple tries to find out about it all on Podcasts.
And if true crime and mystery is your jam, see more about the Murdoff drama in the latest episode of my show, pop life Die! Here:
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The wait for Adele’s new music has felt like forever (actually only six years after the release of her last album, “25,”), and now there’s reason to rejoice.
The singer recently announced that she has a new song, “Easy on Me”, which will be released on October 15.
Adele is one of the few artists who have consistently disappeared from the music scene and is making a comeback with a project that makes us love her even more. We are ready to hear and feel all our feelings, Adele!
Also, Rihanna, if you’re reading this: It’s your move, boo.
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A lot of attention has been paid to how the use of “beauty” filters on social media apps like Instagram is affecting young people.
But what about the elders?
Jamie Lee Curtis, who has said she became hooked on prescription pain pills years ago after plastic surgery, is not a fan of filters and cosmetic procedures.
“The current trend of fillers and procedures, and this obsession with filtering, and the things we do on Zoom to adjust our appearance, are erasing generations of beauty,” she told Fast Company in an interview
The obsession with youth and the obsession to look good in our culture has intensified thanks to social media. But, in the end, we all have to find the beauty within us.