She's a rising star of cinema with an a-list boyfriend. And Camila Morrone dressed to impress for the premiere of her new film Mickey And The Bear at Marrakech International Film Festival on Thursday. The actress, 22, who is dating Leonardo DiCaprio, 45, looked gorgeous in a green satin midi dress as she promoted her movie at the prestigious film festival. Stunning: Camila Morrone dressed to impress for the premiere of her new film Mickey And The Bear at Marrakech International Film Festival on Thursday Camila showed off her chic sense of style in the quirky design which featured puff sleeves and a belt to emphasise her trim waist. She added towering heels in a floral print while leaving her long, dark locks loose around her shoulders. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Kim Kardashian shows off her massive walk-in closet stuffed... Sam Taylor-Johnson, 52, cosies up to her husband Aaron,... Taylor Swift is saying goodbye to negativity and refuses to... Justin … [Read more...] about Leonardo DiCaprio’s girlfriend Camila Morrone is chic in green satin dress for Marrakech Film Festival premiere of Mickey And The Bear… after defending her 23-year age gap relationship
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September 12, 2019 - 14:22 BST Sharnaz Shahid Downton Abbey could return with a second film, according to star Jim Carter. The actor plays the loveable butler, Mr Carson... Downton Abbey star Jim Carter has revealed there is plenty of scope for another film. The 71-year-old, who has reprised his role as the loveable butler Mr Carson in the new movie, told This Morning hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on Thursday that the cast would love to return. "I think there's plenty of room for more," he explained. "I'll be at the front door and I'll even let you in! There's potential there and I think we would be very happy to do it, if everyone enjoys the first one."Jim Carter appeared on Thursday's This Morning Asked whether he was surprised when the show had ended, Jim admitted: "It caught me by surprise… Our job as actors is to do a job and move on… so I was used to that. But it came to the last day and it was New Year's Eve in the … [Read more...] about Downton Abbey has potential to return as another film says star Jim Carter
Thrissur Malayalam film director Shrikumar Menon was arrested on December 5 for alleged intimidation and defaming of popular actor Manju Warrier on social media, the police said. He was later released on bail on two solvent sureties, they said.The police had registered a case against him in October on a complaint lodged by the actor for allegedly threatening and defaming her on social media.She on October 22 met Kerala police chief Loknath Behera and filed the complaint.The case was registered against him under various Indian Penal Code sections including 509 (word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman).Mr. Menon, who had helmed the advertisements of several popular brands with Ms. Warrier in the lead role, on Thursday said he would fully cooperate with police in the investigation.“I have explained muy stand to police and my statement has been recorded,” he told reporters.He entered the film world last year by directing the Mohanlal-Manju Warrier starrer … [Read more...] about Malayalam film director Shrikumar Menon arrested on actress’
Can Keaton and Ruffalo wear these outfits to the Oscars? Photo: Courtesy of TIFF The National Society of Film Critics often looks outside the typical awards conversation to pick winners — choosing Godard’s Goodbye to Language last year, for instance — but the critics went more conventional this year, giving top honors to Tom McCarthy’s journalism thriller, and possible Oscar front-runner, Spotlight. Elsewhere, Kristen Stewart nabbed Best Supporting Actress for her role in The Clouds of Sils Maria, a performance that has already earned her a César (a French analogue to an Oscar) and Michael B. Jordan received Best Actor for his athletic turn in Creed. And despite Spotlight’s Best Picture win, McCarthy narrowly lost out on Best Director, tying with Carol’s Todd Haynes in the point count. But unlike McCarthy, Haynes appeared on a majority of the ballots, and according to the NSFCA’s rules, won the award. Read … [Read more...] about , Kristen Stewart, and Michael B. Jordan Win Big at the National Society of Film Critics Awards
After a fantastic Friday, Kartik Aaryan & Kriti Sanon's 'Luka Chuppi' continues to grow stronger! The film, the revolves around live in relationships, opened higher than 'Raazi', 'Badhaai Ho', 'Sonu ke Titu ki Sweety' and has shown an upward trend on second day. Due to its positive word of mouth, 'Luka Chuppi' has hit double digits on Saturday and has collected Rs 10.08 crores. Despite the India Australia match on Saturday, the film has held strong showing solid growth in Multiplexes. 'Luka Chuppi' poster (Photo: Instagram) Trade analyst Taran Adarsh shares the figure and writes - "#LukaChuppi zooms upwards on Day 2... Another strong day [Day 3] will place it in a comfortable position due to the controlled costs... Will cross *opening weekend* biz of #SKTKS [₹ 26.57 cr] and #PKP2 [₹ 22.75 cr]... Fri 8.01 cr, Sat 10.08 cr. Total: ₹ 18.09 cr. India biz." Luka Chuppi MOVIE REVIEW: Kartik-Kriti's easy breezy & crazy live-in drama will tickle your funny bone! … [Read more...] about ‘Luka Chuppi’ Box Office Day 2: Kartik-Kriti’s film hits double digits; Earns Rs 10.08 crores!
1. Homicide: Life On The Streets Shattering the mold for TV credits, Homicide kicked off each show—at least in the early seasons—with a surreal, impressionistic montage showing extreme angles of Baltimore row houses, police-station desks, and one metaphorically vicious dog, all set to a soundtrack of electronic shredding and high, rapid percussion. By the time the cast list comes around, the image totally breaks down, reduced to blurry streaks of light, before ending on a picture of a homicide-department door. Has the world gone topsy-turvy? Is life flashing before some victim's eyes? Or is it all just another day of mayhem in Balmer? Whatever the credits mean, they get viewers hyped-up and nervous before the story even gets underway. Advertisement 2. The Sopranos A3's growling blues tune "Woke Up This Morning" plays while we ride with Tony Soprano from Manhattan (where the NYPD wears blue and the criminal-justice system has two separate yet equally important parts), … [Read more...] about Inventory: 22 TV Opening-Credit Sequences That Fit Their Shows Perfectly