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This Day, That Year – July 9

This day in history we feature, Thomas Jeffrey Hanks better known as Tom Hanks. He is an American actor and filmmaker born on this day in 1956. Hanks is one of the most popular and recognizable film stars worldwide. Trivia – Tom Hanks Hanks’s films have grossed more than $4.9 billion in North America and […]...Read More

Koozhangal — India’s official entry for Oscars 2022

Indian, Tamil drama “Koozhangal” has been selected as India’s official entry for the 94th Academy Awards. On March 27, 2022, the 94th Academy Awards will be held. According to sources, Vinothraj PS’s Tamil drama “Koozhangal” (“Pebbles”) has been chosen as India’s official entry for the 94th Academy Awards. Only three Indian films have been nominated […]...Read More

Experience iconic movies aboard this unique journey!

“The French Dispatch” director Wes Anderson has redesigned the 1950s-era Cygnus carriage aboard the world-famous Belmond British Pullman train which operates out of London’s Victoria Station.  Fans of Anderson’s movies, or just of exquisitely realized mid-century glamor, will now be able to book day trips in Wes world year-round. When it comes to instantly recognizable […]...Read More

This house’s got history!

If you’re in the market for a home with a bit of horror film history? Look no further, the purportedly haunted Rhode Island farmhouse that inspired the 2013 horror movie “The Conjuring” has just gone on the market for $1.2 million (AED4million). As per the real estate agent Mott & Chace Sotheby’s International Realty, the […]...Read More

The Tragedy King is no more. Long Live the Tragedy King.

As the legendary actor breathed his last, one can only recall the massive impact he has left on the world and to a (now) lost era of culture, purity of language and thoughts. Especially my parent’s generation (born in 1940-1950’s), the thespian had deservedly attained a demi-god status. Being brought up listening to anecdotes of […]...Read More

Disney+ ups sentiment on racism disclaimer warning, opens dialogue on an ‘inclusive future’

Disney+ has plussed out with the wording of its updated disclaimer, owning up to past errors that racialized its era-bygone characters — and now, subtly adding a new layer to its warnings to all its ‘negative’ content.  The streaming platform has rephrased its initial “outdated cultural depictions” warning —  in use since November 2019 with a 12-second, cannot-be-skipped […]...Read More