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                    [description] => Anthony Hopkins set a record at the Oscars earlier this year with his Best Actor win for “The Father.” At 83, he became the oldest person to win an Oscar in any acting category, beating the previous record holder Christopher Plummer, who, in 2012, won Best Supporting Actor for “Beginners” at age 82. Hopkins may ... Read more
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Anthony Hopkins set a record at the Oscars earlier this year with his Best Actor win for “The Father.” At 83, he became the oldest person to win an Oscar in any acting category, beating the previous record holder Christopher Plummer, who, in 2012, won Best Supporting Actor for “Beginners” at age 82. Hopkins may soon be supplanted, though, if voters decide to give another win to one of their favorite dames. Judi Dench is quickly gaining awards buzz for her supporting turn in Kenneth Branagh‘s new film “Belfast,” and if she is nominated and wins, she would make history as the oldest acting Oscar winner at 87 years old.

If Dench, who turns 87 on Dec. 9, is nominated for “Belfast,” she would also tie the record set by Gloria Stuart in “Titanic” as the oldest women nominated for an acting Oscar. In terms of oldest winners in Best Supporting Actress, Dench would beat Peggy Ashcroft by 10 years, as the latter won at age 77 for “A Passage to India” in 1985. The “Belfast” star would be one of only two women in their 80s to win an Oscar for acting, joining Jessica Tandy for “Driving Miss Daisy,” who won Best Actress at 80 years old in 1990.

SEE ‘Belfast’ seeks to score the elusive supporting double-double at the Oscars

In “Belfast,” Dench plays Granny, the grandmother of Buddy (Jude Hill), a boy living through the civil unrest of Northern Ireland in the 1960s. Granny and her husband, Pops (Ciarán Hinds), room with Buddy and his parents and dispense wisdom to the impressionable young boy. Dench’s character in particular doles out practical advice to Buddy as he grows up in uncertain times. It is the kind of scene-stealing grandmother performance the academy loves to nominate, as seen not once but twice this past year with winner Yuh-Jung Youn (“Minari”) and nominee Glenn Close (“Hillbilly Elegy”).

Dench is a previous Best Supporting Actress winner for 1998’s “Shakespeare in Love” and has accrued six other acting bids over the years, most recently in 2014 for “Philomena.” The latest Gold Derby odds have Dench just on the outside of Best Supporting Actress in sixth place. The dame is behind her “Belfast” co-star Caitriona Balfe; should they both get nominated, it would mark the first time that Dench is competing against a co-star in the same Oscar category.

Make your predictions at Gold Derby now. Download our free and easy app for Apple/iPhone devices or Android (Google Play) to compete against legions of other fans plus our experts and editors for best prediction accuracy scores. See our latest prediction champs. Can you top our esteemed leaderboards next? Always remember to keep your predictions updated because they impact our latest racetrack odds, which terrify Hollywood chiefs and stars. Don’t miss the fun. Speak up and share your huffy opinions in our famous forums where 5,000 showbiz leaders lurk every day to track latest awards buzz. Everybody wants to know: What do you think? Who do you predict and why?

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) [summary] => Anthony Hopkins set a record at the Oscars earlier this year with his Best Actor win for “The Father.” At 83, he became the oldest person to win an Oscar in any acting category, beating the previous record holder Christopher Plummer, who, in 2012, won Best Supporting Actor for “Beginners” at age 82. Hopkins may ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Anthony Hopkins set a record at the Oscars earlier this year with his Best Actor win for “The Father.” At 83, he became the oldest person to win an Oscar in any acting category, beating the previous record holder Christopher Plummer, who, in 2012, won Best Supporting Actor for “Beginners” at age 82. Hopkins may soon be supplanted, though, if voters decide to give another win to one of their favorite dames. Judi Dench is quickly gaining awards buzz for her supporting turn in Kenneth Branagh‘s new film “Belfast,” and if she is nominated and wins, she would make history as the oldest acting Oscar winner at 87 years old.

If Dench, who turns 87 on Dec. 9, is nominated for “Belfast,” she would also tie the record set by Gloria Stuart in “Titanic” as the oldest women nominated for an acting Oscar. In terms of oldest winners in Best Supporting Actress, Dench would beat Peggy Ashcroft by 10 years, as the latter won at age 77 for “A Passage to India” in 1985. The “Belfast” star would be one of only two women in their 80s to win an Oscar for acting, joining Jessica Tandy for “Driving Miss Daisy,” who won Best Actress at 80 years old in 1990.

SEE ‘Belfast’ seeks to score the elusive supporting double-double at the Oscars

In “Belfast,” Dench plays Granny, the grandmother of Buddy (Jude Hill), a boy living through the civil unrest of Northern Ireland in the 1960s. Granny and her husband, Pops (Ciarán Hinds), room with Buddy and his parents and dispense wisdom to the impressionable young boy. Dench’s character in particular doles out practical advice to Buddy as he grows up in uncertain times. It is the kind of scene-stealing grandmother performance the academy loves to nominate, as seen not once but twice this past year with winner Yuh-Jung Youn (“Minari”) and nominee Glenn Close (“Hillbilly Elegy”).

Dench is a previous Best Supporting Actress winner for 1998’s “Shakespeare in Love” and has accrued six other acting bids over the years, most recently in 2014 for “Philomena.” The latest Gold Derby odds have Dench just on the outside of Best Supporting Actress in sixth place. The dame is behind her “Belfast” co-star Caitriona Balfe; should they both get nominated, it would mark the first time that Dench is competing against a co-star in the same Oscar category.

Make your predictions at Gold Derby now. Download our free and easy app for Apple/iPhone devices or Android (Google Play) to compete against legions of other fans plus our experts and editors for best prediction accuracy scores. See our latest prediction champs. Can you top our esteemed leaderboards next? Always remember to keep your predictions updated because they impact our latest racetrack odds, which terrify Hollywood chiefs and stars. Don’t miss the fun. Speak up and share your huffy opinions in our famous forums where 5,000 showbiz leaders lurk every day to track latest awards buzz. Everybody wants to know: What do you think? Who do you predict and why?

Many Thanks To The Following Website For This Valuable Content.
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) [1] => Array ( [title] => “Joe Biden had trumpeted the return of American leadership, it is slow to manifest itself” [link] => https://movs.world/joe-biden-had-trumpeted-the-return-of-american-leadership-it-is-slow-to-manifest-itself/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Wed, 27 Oct 2021 04:16:38 +0000 [category] => OpinionsAmericanBidenJoeleadershipmanifestreturnslowtrumpeted [guid] => https://movs.world/joe-biden-had-trumpeted-the-return-of-american-leadership-it-is-slow-to-manifest-itself/ [description] => Joe Biden boards Air Force One before departing for the UK and Europe, in Maryland on June 9, 2021. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI / AFP LJoe Biden’s first European tour was all about a walk in the park. It will be different with the one which will begin on October 29 in Rome with a meeting with ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

LJoe Biden’s first European tour was all about a walk in the park. It will be different with the one which will begin on October 29 in Rome with a meeting with Pope Francis and which will end in Glasgow, Scotland, as part of the COP26, after a G20 summit, also in Italy.

In June, the Democrat’s tactile and debonair diplomacy had produced its effects. After Donald Trump’s policy of arms crossed, summed up by a photo of the artwork, which showed the former businessman looking stubborn, alone against all, taken during the G7 summit in Canada, in 2018, everyone wanted to believe in the page turned. The new president of the United States was even able to take advantage of his good image to mention China, which has become the first American concern, in a press release from the Atlantic Alliance. A first.

A little over four months later, Joe Biden has however squandered part of his credit. Its hasty unilateral withdrawal from Afghanistan, then the cavalier management of a defense agreement directed against Beijing which France brutally suffered, as much because of the cancellation of a naval contract as its exclusion from a narrow circle. Anglo-Saxon, weakened ties with friends of the United States. The practice has undermined the discourse. Joe Biden continues to present the alliances forged by Washington – and spewed out by Donald Trump who saw only constraints – as an asset for American power.

Uncomfortable with the unexpected

The return of expertise also promised by the new president, after four years of permanent nervous breakdowns, was not accompanied by the expected dividends either. The Democrat is not the only culprit in this matter. By regularly blocking long confirmation processes for low political considerations, Republican Senate officials have prevented key positions from being quickly filled and disrupted the functioning of the United States’ diplomatic machine. After Donald Trump’s scuttling in 2018 of a compromise that had made it possible to curb the Iranian nuclear program, the inability of Washington and its allies to quickly conclude a much-awaited agreement with Tehran is also largely due to the intransigence of the Iranian authorities.

Read also Withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan: Pentagon admits “strategic failure”

It prevents. On two occasions, during the brief Gaza crisis in May, such as the fall of Kabul in August, the new administration has been uncomfortable with the unexpected, unable to adapt quickly. to a situation she would not have anticipated. Joe Biden also troubled by briefly vouching for Taiwan’s autonomy on October 21, briefly breaking with the traditional “Strategic ambiguity” from Washington, before a swift reversal.

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) [summary] => Joe Biden boards Air Force One before departing for the UK and Europe, in Maryland on June 9, 2021. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI / AFP LJoe Biden’s first European tour was all about a walk in the park. It will be different with the one which will begin on October 29 in Rome with a meeting with ... Read more [atom_content] =>

LJoe Biden’s first European tour was all about a walk in the park. It will be different with the one which will begin on October 29 in Rome with a meeting with Pope Francis and which will end in Glasgow, Scotland, as part of the COP26, after a G20 summit, also in Italy.

In June, the Democrat’s tactile and debonair diplomacy had produced its effects. After Donald Trump’s policy of arms crossed, summed up by a photo of the artwork, which showed the former businessman looking stubborn, alone against all, taken during the G7 summit in Canada, in 2018, everyone wanted to believe in the page turned. The new president of the United States was even able to take advantage of his good image to mention China, which has become the first American concern, in a press release from the Atlantic Alliance. A first.

A little over four months later, Joe Biden has however squandered part of his credit. Its hasty unilateral withdrawal from Afghanistan, then the cavalier management of a defense agreement directed against Beijing which France brutally suffered, as much because of the cancellation of a naval contract as its exclusion from a narrow circle. Anglo-Saxon, weakened ties with friends of the United States. The practice has undermined the discourse. Joe Biden continues to present the alliances forged by Washington – and spewed out by Donald Trump who saw only constraints – as an asset for American power.

Uncomfortable with the unexpected

The return of expertise also promised by the new president, after four years of permanent nervous breakdowns, was not accompanied by the expected dividends either. The Democrat is not the only culprit in this matter. By regularly blocking long confirmation processes for low political considerations, Republican Senate officials have prevented key positions from being quickly filled and disrupted the functioning of the United States’ diplomatic machine. After Donald Trump’s scuttling in 2018 of a compromise that had made it possible to curb the Iranian nuclear program, the inability of Washington and its allies to quickly conclude a much-awaited agreement with Tehran is also largely due to the intransigence of the Iranian authorities.

Read also Withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan: Pentagon admits “strategic failure”

It prevents. On two occasions, during the brief Gaza crisis in May, such as the fall of Kabul in August, the new administration has been uncomfortable with the unexpected, unable to adapt quickly. to a situation she would not have anticipated. Joe Biden also troubled by briefly vouching for Taiwan’s autonomy on October 21, briefly breaking with the traditional “Strategic ambiguity” from Washington, before a swift reversal.

You have 51.35% of this article to read. The rest is for subscribers only.

) [2] => Array ( [title] => the Champions League, Jean-Louis Leca thinks about it [link] => https://movs.world/the-champions-league-jean-louis-leca-thinks-about-it/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Wed, 27 Oct 2021 04:16:32 +0000 [category] => InternationalChampionsJeanLouisLeagueLecathinks [guid] => https://movs.world/the-champions-league-jean-louis-leca-thinks-about-it/ [description] => Zapping But! Football Club RC Lens: top 10 market values ​​of Sang et Or We mentioned it at the start of the day, the program Rothen ignites, presented by the former international now consultant for RMC, took up residence this evening in Lens. Several players and managers as well as Franck Haise had taken their ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Zapping But! Football Club RC Lens: top 10 market values ​​of Sang et Or

We mentioned it at the start of the day, the program Rothen ignites, presented by the former international now consultant for RMC, took up residence this evening in Lens. Several players and managers as well as Franck Haise had taken their places next to Jérôme Rothen to discuss the formidable artesian journey since his rise to the elite a year ago.

About his ambitions, Franck Haise said: “Ambitions are first and foremost in the game, in what we create on a daily basis, in cohesion. If all these elements come together, we can certainly have ambitions and we have some. But after 11 days, we can only say that we are very happy to have these 21 points and to be on the podium, that’s for sure. But for the rest, we will see every week We have arguments, we work well, I have good players, we have less resources but perhaps no less quality than some “.

Jean-Louis Leca, for his part, dared to talk about the Champions League: “The coach has a habit of saying at each talk:” Let’s do Lens, let’s not talk about results, let’s continue to be in our values. “This is exactly what that we do. After that, there are teams that are programmed to be there (on the podium). If these teams do not perform and we, we manage to be there, if we have to eat a good chunk of cake, we will not deprive ourselves of it. We do not take our heads on Europe, finish in such a place or do calculations before each match. These are speeches that we have never held between us. ‘hui, in each match, we say to ourselves that we are going to play such and such a team with such a game plan. We are looking for the difficulty of the opponent. It’s going well because there is a group and a full staff “.

Leca and Haise have ambition for Racing

Guests of the program Rothen ignites on RMC, the coach of RC Lens, Franck Haise, and his goalkeeper, Jean-Louis Leca, spoke of the ambitions of Racing. The latter even answered a question about a possible qualification in the Champions League.

) [summary] => Zapping But! Football Club RC Lens: top 10 market values ​​of Sang et Or We mentioned it at the start of the day, the program Rothen ignites, presented by the former international now consultant for RMC, took up residence this evening in Lens. Several players and managers as well as Franck Haise had taken their ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Zapping But! Football Club RC Lens: top 10 market values ​​of Sang et Or

We mentioned it at the start of the day, the program Rothen ignites, presented by the former international now consultant for RMC, took up residence this evening in Lens. Several players and managers as well as Franck Haise had taken their places next to Jérôme Rothen to discuss the formidable artesian journey since his rise to the elite a year ago.

About his ambitions, Franck Haise said: “Ambitions are first and foremost in the game, in what we create on a daily basis, in cohesion. If all these elements come together, we can certainly have ambitions and we have some. But after 11 days, we can only say that we are very happy to have these 21 points and to be on the podium, that’s for sure. But for the rest, we will see every week We have arguments, we work well, I have good players, we have less resources but perhaps no less quality than some “.

Jean-Louis Leca, for his part, dared to talk about the Champions League: “The coach has a habit of saying at each talk:” Let’s do Lens, let’s not talk about results, let’s continue to be in our values. “This is exactly what that we do. After that, there are teams that are programmed to be there (on the podium). If these teams do not perform and we, we manage to be there, if we have to eat a good chunk of cake, we will not deprive ourselves of it. We do not take our heads on Europe, finish in such a place or do calculations before each match. These are speeches that we have never held between us. ‘hui, in each match, we say to ourselves that we are going to play such and such a team with such a game plan. We are looking for the difficulty of the opponent. It’s going well because there is a group and a full staff “.

Leca and Haise have ambition for Racing

Guests of the program Rothen ignites on RMC, the coach of RC Lens, Franck Haise, and his goalkeeper, Jean-Louis Leca, spoke of the ambitions of Racing. The latter even answered a question about a possible qualification in the Champions League.

) [3] => Array ( [title] => O novo Fashionismo! – Fashionismo [link] => https://movs.world/o-novo-fashionismo-fashionismo/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Wed, 27 Oct 2021 04:14:36 +0000 [category] => MagazineFashionismonovo [guid] => https://movs.world/o-novo-fashionismo-fashionismo/ [description] => Over these almost 14 years of Fashionism I’ve lived through many eras of this internet. The boom of blogs, the emergence of each social network, community of readers, podcasts, just to name a few tools that have the same purpose: produce content! From blogger to digital influencer, I’ve always been sure, the blog as my ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Over these almost 14 years of Fashionism I’ve lived through many eras of this internet. The boom of blogs, the emergence of each social network, community of readers, podcasts, just to name a few tools that have the same purpose: produce content!

From blogger to digital influencer, I’ve always been sure, the blog as my main house, my inspiration and engine that always made me produce content. The blog format is the reason I’ve been online for so long and, with some ups and downs, first and last names, it reigns strong and sovereign around here.

And after the last few years full of change in the world (pandemic) and in my life in particular (Maria Eduarda <3), I finally managed to turn my eyes to him the way he deserves, I gave him new clothes, a more modern, practical, responsive format, but the same essence that has been with us for over a decade and thousands of posts (9,019 posts to be more specific)!

The idea of ​​the new logo was to be more minimalist, mature and modern. And the new www also moved in that direction and an officially website format, that is, more agile, compact and easy to carry! I know that many are used to the dynamic blog, but this new format was necessary to make the blog lighter, better indexed and better accessed.

If you read the blog through the links I post on social media, nothing will change (it’s actually going to get a lot faster!), after all, the post remains open and direct, now if you enter via Home, you can choose the post at the time or browse through the old ones in a faster and more summarized way.

I know this is an eventually controversial format for heavy users of blogs, maaaas, 82% of Fashionismo readers open their blog via cell phone, with that, they will not feel this change very much and, on the contrary, will be able to load posts faster, more intuitively and also with options for topics segmented through our main categories: fashion, style, beauty, decor, behavior and, the newest, maternity (I have a lot of posts saved to talk about!).

In addition, we will have a highlight section for shopping and our curatorship of the coolest things on the internet! And also full focus on Web Stories, a new tool that has been the apple of my eye and the result of the incredible work I’ve done with Google and soon I’ll tell you more details!

In addition, both on mobile and desktop we will continue with our blogroll, now at the bottom, along with the main tags and also the files tab. It’s a revamped, streamlined and faster Fashionismo, but one thing is certain: the essence of the same content, our language, themes, subjects and characters as always!.

This change left me RENEWED, EXCITED AND EXCITED about what lies ahead! In addition to the blog, we will also have changes on Instagram, on the Facebook Community (if you haven’t entered yet, click here to enter!) and his return… PODCAST! Every Friday, in season format, the Fashion Week Round to listen! This week we will also have a series of posts here on the blog about pregnancy-maternity.

And this is just the beginning of many new features that we are implementing for Fashionismo to be 360°, on all social networks, multiple formats and a single content, which has been around for over 13 years, but trying to be as fresh and up-to-date as possible. Hope you like it!

My thanks to 4 women who helped me in this new era of Fashionism and supported me in recent months: Carol and Aline from Gruta Brands, responsible for the new visual identity; Thais Kazama, the designer who conceived the entire hodgepodge of layout ideas; and Mari Assmann who put into practice the entire new site (official Fashionismo programmer for 1 decade)!

) [summary] => Over these almost 14 years of Fashionism I’ve lived through many eras of this internet. The boom of blogs, the emergence of each social network, community of readers, podcasts, just to name a few tools that have the same purpose: produce content! From blogger to digital influencer, I’ve always been sure, the blog as my ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Over these almost 14 years of Fashionism I’ve lived through many eras of this internet. The boom of blogs, the emergence of each social network, community of readers, podcasts, just to name a few tools that have the same purpose: produce content!

From blogger to digital influencer, I’ve always been sure, the blog as my main house, my inspiration and engine that always made me produce content. The blog format is the reason I’ve been online for so long and, with some ups and downs, first and last names, it reigns strong and sovereign around here.

And after the last few years full of change in the world (pandemic) and in my life in particular (Maria Eduarda <3), I finally managed to turn my eyes to him the way he deserves, I gave him new clothes, a more modern, practical, responsive format, but the same essence that has been with us for over a decade and thousands of posts (9,019 posts to be more specific)!

The idea of ​​the new logo was to be more minimalist, mature and modern. And the new www also moved in that direction and an officially website format, that is, more agile, compact and easy to carry! I know that many are used to the dynamic blog, but this new format was necessary to make the blog lighter, better indexed and better accessed.

If you read the blog through the links I post on social media, nothing will change (it’s actually going to get a lot faster!), after all, the post remains open and direct, now if you enter via Home, you can choose the post at the time or browse through the old ones in a faster and more summarized way.

I know this is an eventually controversial format for heavy users of blogs, maaaas, 82% of Fashionismo readers open their blog via cell phone, with that, they will not feel this change very much and, on the contrary, will be able to load posts faster, more intuitively and also with options for topics segmented through our main categories: fashion, style, beauty, decor, behavior and, the newest, maternity (I have a lot of posts saved to talk about!).

In addition, we will have a highlight section for shopping and our curatorship of the coolest things on the internet! And also full focus on Web Stories, a new tool that has been the apple of my eye and the result of the incredible work I’ve done with Google and soon I’ll tell you more details!

In addition, both on mobile and desktop we will continue with our blogroll, now at the bottom, along with the main tags and also the files tab. It’s a revamped, streamlined and faster Fashionismo, but one thing is certain: the essence of the same content, our language, themes, subjects and characters as always!.

This change left me RENEWED, EXCITED AND EXCITED about what lies ahead! In addition to the blog, we will also have changes on Instagram, on the Facebook Community (if you haven’t entered yet, click here to enter!) and his return… PODCAST! Every Friday, in season format, the Fashion Week Round to listen! This week we will also have a series of posts here on the blog about pregnancy-maternity.

And this is just the beginning of many new features that we are implementing for Fashionismo to be 360°, on all social networks, multiple formats and a single content, which has been around for over 13 years, but trying to be as fresh and up-to-date as possible. Hope you like it!

My thanks to 4 women who helped me in this new era of Fashionism and supported me in recent months: Carol and Aline from Gruta Brands, responsible for the new visual identity; Thais Kazama, the designer who conceived the entire hodgepodge of layout ideas; and Mari Assmann who put into practice the entire new site (official Fashionismo programmer for 1 decade)!

) [4] => Array ( [title] => “Germinal”, Zola’s black breath for the 21st century [link] => https://movs.world/germinal-zolas-black-breath-for-the-21st-century/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Wed, 27 Oct 2021 04:13:41 +0000 [category] => Culture21stBlackbreathcenturyGerminalZolas [guid] => https://movs.world/germinal-zolas-black-breath-for-the-21st-century/ [description] => The six episodes of “Germinal”, adapted from the novel by Emile Zola, are directed by David Hourrègue. THIBAULT GRABHERR / FTV / BANIJAY There is the text, the novel by Emile Zola published in the winter of 1885, often forcibly swallowed between 3e and 1re. There is the issue of cultural policy: is a French ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

There is the text, the novel by Emile Zola published in the winter of 1885, often forcibly swallowed between 3e and 1re. There is the issue of cultural policy: is a French public channel capable of competing with Anglo-Saxon studios and streaming platforms?

We will act as if nothing had happened, as if Germinal arrived enveloped in its only cloud of dust, an invitation launched by a young team – led by the director David Hourrègue and the screenwriter Julien Lilti – to move in time and space to see and hear the story of the miners of the North, at the time when coal supplied stoves in workers’ homes, the first power stations and the blast furnaces of the Krupp or Wendel factories. The experience is sometimes disconcerting, always stimulating, ultimately inspiring.

Arriving in Montsou, a small town entirely turned towards the mine, in the footsteps of Etienne Lantier (Louis Peres), half vagabond, half proselyte of socialism, we discover the contradictory imperatives that guide the creators of Germinal of XXIe century. On the one hand, fidelity to the history of the emerging workers’ movement, the need to make these men and women, now lost in the mists of time, our neighbors.

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Initiatory test

Like Lantier, who quickly realizes that his theses on class struggle will need to be acclimated to the crowns, he will have to resolve to take some time to feel comfortable in the universe designed by Lilti and Hourrègue. It is spoken neither as in Zola’s dialogues, nor as in these historical French reconstructions that pastiche the beautiful language of past centuries. The actors are in period costumes, but the authors have given up precisely setting the time of the story (which the novelist had set under the Second Empire, here one might as well be in the early days of the IIIe Republic). No or little accent either, and the actors do not necessarily have the physiognomy that one would expect from their characters, like Steve Tientcheu, seen in Wretched, by Ladj Ly, who plays Rasseneur, the former miner who became a cabaret-keeper.

These innovations in French fiction – for a few years now, feature films, American and British series have been practicing modern slang in a powdered wig (The Favorite) where the colorblind casting (Bridgerton) – and the necessities of the exhibition make the first sequences of Germinal a kind of initiatory ordeal, not unpleasant but often frustrating. But at the end of the second episode, we realize that we are completely immersed in a story that continues to grow, to accelerate, to crush or to exalt its characters.

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) [summary] => The six episodes of “Germinal”, adapted from the novel by Emile Zola, are directed by David Hourrègue. THIBAULT GRABHERR / FTV / BANIJAY There is the text, the novel by Emile Zola published in the winter of 1885, often forcibly swallowed between 3e and 1re. There is the issue of cultural policy: is a French ... Read more [atom_content] =>

There is the text, the novel by Emile Zola published in the winter of 1885, often forcibly swallowed between 3e and 1re. There is the issue of cultural policy: is a French public channel capable of competing with Anglo-Saxon studios and streaming platforms?

We will act as if nothing had happened, as if Germinal arrived enveloped in its only cloud of dust, an invitation launched by a young team – led by the director David Hourrègue and the screenwriter Julien Lilti – to move in time and space to see and hear the story of the miners of the North, at the time when coal supplied stoves in workers’ homes, the first power stations and the blast furnaces of the Krupp or Wendel factories. The experience is sometimes disconcerting, always stimulating, ultimately inspiring.

Arriving in Montsou, a small town entirely turned towards the mine, in the footsteps of Etienne Lantier (Louis Peres), half vagabond, half proselyte of socialism, we discover the contradictory imperatives that guide the creators of Germinal of XXIe century. On the one hand, fidelity to the history of the emerging workers’ movement, the need to make these men and women, now lost in the mists of time, our neighbors.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers The “Germinal” series, hope for a revival for French fiction

Initiatory test

Like Lantier, who quickly realizes that his theses on class struggle will need to be acclimated to the crowns, he will have to resolve to take some time to feel comfortable in the universe designed by Lilti and Hourrègue. It is spoken neither as in Zola’s dialogues, nor as in these historical French reconstructions that pastiche the beautiful language of past centuries. The actors are in period costumes, but the authors have given up precisely setting the time of the story (which the novelist had set under the Second Empire, here one might as well be in the early days of the IIIe Republic). No or little accent either, and the actors do not necessarily have the physiognomy that one would expect from their characters, like Steve Tientcheu, seen in Wretched, by Ladj Ly, who plays Rasseneur, the former miner who became a cabaret-keeper.

These innovations in French fiction – for a few years now, feature films, American and British series have been practicing modern slang in a powdered wig (The Favorite) where the colorblind casting (Bridgerton) – and the necessities of the exhibition make the first sequences of Germinal a kind of initiatory ordeal, not unpleasant but often frustrating. But at the end of the second episode, we realize that we are completely immersed in a story that continues to grow, to accelerate, to crush or to exalt its characters.

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The Guatemalan actor is the center of attention for his look in history. Many claim that his character’s beard, armor, and tone of voice added a lot of sensuality.

Dune”Is a film that has given something to talk about for its Latin cast, among them, Javier Bardem and Oscar Isaac.

After its premiere in USANetizens are raving about the costumes, scenes, and the fantastic cast assembled. Now many speak of the nude Oscar Isaac.

The Guatemalan actor is the center of attention for his look in history. Many claim that his character’s beard, armor, and tone of voice added a lot of sensuality.

The actor laughed in an interview with ComicBook.com: “I trusted an army of ‘fluffers’.”

Fluffer”Is the person who makes sure that male actors do not lose their erections between takes, during pornography shoots.

Then he added: “I undressed completely but I had a shell (protector of the pelvic area), so I protected myself and everyone else as well,” he continued, jokingly.

Isaac admitted that he had wanted to do that scene for a long time after reading Frank Herbert’s original novel:

“It was actually quite exciting because I loved the idea of ​​seeing him like this (his character Duke Leto Atreides), naked, when you’ve also seen him with everything under control, all of a sudden this vulnerable, Christ-like figure becomes about to of being sacrificed, I think the scene was recorded very beautifully ”.

Stellan Skarsgård, Josh Brolin, Jason Momoa, Dave Bautista, Javier Bardem and Charlotte Rampling appear in this film with Oscar Isaac.

Arrakis, also called “Dune”, has become the most important planet in the universe. Around him begins a gigantic struggle for power that culminates in an interstellar war.

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The Guatemalan actor is the center of attention for his look in history. Many claim that his character’s beard, armor, and tone of voice added a lot of sensuality.

Dune”Is a film that has given something to talk about for its Latin cast, among them, Javier Bardem and Oscar Isaac.

After its premiere in USANetizens are raving about the costumes, scenes, and the fantastic cast assembled. Now many speak of the nude Oscar Isaac.

The Guatemalan actor is the center of attention for his look in history. Many claim that his character’s beard, armor, and tone of voice added a lot of sensuality.

The actor laughed in an interview with ComicBook.com: “I trusted an army of ‘fluffers’.”

Fluffer”Is the person who makes sure that male actors do not lose their erections between takes, during pornography shoots.

Then he added: “I undressed completely but I had a shell (protector of the pelvic area), so I protected myself and everyone else as well,” he continued, jokingly.

Isaac admitted that he had wanted to do that scene for a long time after reading Frank Herbert’s original novel:

“It was actually quite exciting because I loved the idea of ​​seeing him like this (his character Duke Leto Atreides), naked, when you’ve also seen him with everything under control, all of a sudden this vulnerable, Christ-like figure becomes about to of being sacrificed, I think the scene was recorded very beautifully ”.

Stellan Skarsgård, Josh Brolin, Jason Momoa, Dave Bautista, Javier Bardem and Charlotte Rampling appear in this film with Oscar Isaac.

Arrakis, also called “Dune”, has become the most important planet in the universe. Around him begins a gigantic struggle for power that culminates in an interstellar war.

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“I gave everything for our daughters and children, I’m not a person of m … – wrote Mauro to his wife – I accept a divorce, but it’s the worst thing. You ruined everything for a chat”

“We were about to get a divorce, then he wrote me a letter …”. Thus Wanda Nara motivated peace with Mauro Icardi, then confirmed by a fiery kiss posted on social networks. But what did Icardi write to win back his wife, even after signing the separation papers in front of a lawyer? On Tuesday, October 26, Yanina Latorre, presenter of the Argentine program Lthe angels of the morning – who has closely followed the whole story – has read a few lines live. It was specified that it would not be a handwritten letter, but a long message on Whatsapp.

Divorce

“Once again I proved to you the things I told you, I never lied to you, I never invented anything, I just made an asshole mistake. There are the signatures on everything that eight years ago were our dreams “writes Icardi in reference to the divorce. “We have achieved everything we set out to do. I hope you can benefit from it, I will be calm because I know that for the rest of my life I will have nothing to blame myself”.

“I am a great father”

“You’re wrong, and a lot, you don’t realize it. The only thing you want is to get a divorce and I agreed, even if deep down in my soul it’s the worst thing that can happen to me. But I hope you benefit. Not. I am a person of m …, I am a good person and I have dedicated myself completely to you since the day we started our story. I am a great father – continues the letter / message to win back Wanda – I give my life for my daughters and this makes me proud. I am a great stepfather who gave his life from the first minute to make the children happy. I am all this and no one needs to tell me, as long as I know.

“I’m not a m …”

“I’m not interested in material things – continues Icardi – I’ve always given you everything. I’m a millionaire and I dress at H&M and on Amazon, and you know it very well. So I can’t continue to endure your mistreatment, your ignoring me .. . how do you do it? I’m not a m …, I don’t deserve it.

“It meant nothing”

“Now you want to write to others, you want another player. I hope that’s one percent of what I’ve been with you. You ruined everything for a chat about m …, a chat that meant nothing to me. One chat that you just send the details to the press. I never expected it, but I am realistic and I know that people change “adds Icardi on what has been made public about his conversations with China Suarez.

Mauro’s greeting

This concludes the message with which the former Inter striker would have won back Wanda: “Thank you for all that we have been, thank you for the two daughters you have given me, thank you for making me happy and for fighting, thank you for everything what you’ve done. Thank you for giving me the support I’ve always needed, I’m sorry I lost everything to a mistake. I hope you’re happy, and if it’s not by my side, that you find where to be. “

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“I gave everything for our daughters and children, I’m not a person of m … – wrote Mauro to his wife – I accept a divorce, but it’s the worst thing. You ruined everything for a chat”

“We were about to get a divorce, then he wrote me a letter …”. Thus Wanda Nara motivated peace with Mauro Icardi, then confirmed by a fiery kiss posted on social networks. But what did Icardi write to win back his wife, even after signing the separation papers in front of a lawyer? On Tuesday, October 26, Yanina Latorre, presenter of the Argentine program Lthe angels of the morning – who has closely followed the whole story – has read a few lines live. It was specified that it would not be a handwritten letter, but a long message on Whatsapp.

Divorce

“Once again I proved to you the things I told you, I never lied to you, I never invented anything, I just made an asshole mistake. There are the signatures on everything that eight years ago were our dreams “writes Icardi in reference to the divorce. “We have achieved everything we set out to do. I hope you can benefit from it, I will be calm because I know that for the rest of my life I will have nothing to blame myself”.

“I am a great father”

“You’re wrong, and a lot, you don’t realize it. The only thing you want is to get a divorce and I agreed, even if deep down in my soul it’s the worst thing that can happen to me. But I hope you benefit. Not. I am a person of m …, I am a good person and I have dedicated myself completely to you since the day we started our story. I am a great father – continues the letter / message to win back Wanda – I give my life for my daughters and this makes me proud. I am a great stepfather who gave his life from the first minute to make the children happy. I am all this and no one needs to tell me, as long as I know.

“I’m not a m …”

“I’m not interested in material things – continues Icardi – I’ve always given you everything. I’m a millionaire and I dress at H&M and on Amazon, and you know it very well. So I can’t continue to endure your mistreatment, your ignoring me .. . how do you do it? I’m not a m …, I don’t deserve it.

“It meant nothing”

“Now you want to write to others, you want another player. I hope that’s one percent of what I’ve been with you. You ruined everything for a chat about m …, a chat that meant nothing to me. One chat that you just send the details to the press. I never expected it, but I am realistic and I know that people change “adds Icardi on what has been made public about his conversations with China Suarez.

Mauro’s greeting

This concludes the message with which the former Inter striker would have won back Wanda: “Thank you for all that we have been, thank you for the two daughters you have given me, thank you for making me happy and for fighting, thank you for everything what you’ve done. Thank you for giving me the support I’ve always needed, I’m sorry I lost everything to a mistake. I hope you’re happy, and if it’s not by my side, that you find where to be. “

.

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This article is sponsored by M Live’s Neighbourhood Earth.

Attention space fans: while we might be a fair way off casual holidays into space (unless you’re Jeff Bezos kind of wealthy), M Live is presenting an exciting new immersive space exhibition, Neighbourhood Earth that’s bringing space to Sydney.

The exhibition is award-winning for good reason — the holographic and other cutting-edge tech is out of this world. Utilising giant screens, immersive surround sound and a giant projection-mapped dome, visitors will be transported around the solar system. You’ll also find models of spacecraft, tools, and astronaut suits, as well as interactive learning activities.

Have we piqued your interest? For more intel, we spoke to Declan McMonagle, Managing Director of Toto creative and creator of Neighbourhood Earth.

Image supplied.

GIZMODO: What technology is used to bring the multi-sensory exhibit to life?

Declan McMonagle: The development of Neighbourhood Earth started off with us wanting to create an unforgettable space experience for visitors. We decided this would be best achieved using a mix of high-impact multimedia projection technology combined with data, stories and artifacts from subject matter experts.

The exhibition’s set-piece is an immersive environment that uses 22 high-definition projectors projecting onto 14 screens, an 8.1 surround sound system and a giant projection-mapped hemisphere that takes visitors on a virtual ‘walking tour of space’.

CHALK: What tech goes into recreating the likes of a Mars sunset, Venus lightning storm, or the surface of Jupiter?

DM: Our team of visual artists worked closely with the U.S. Space and Rocket Center during the development and creative stages.

Together, they examined imagery and videos captured by legendary spacecraft including the Voyager, the Cassini and the Messenger, and were able to craft faithful recreations of some stunning scenes from our neighbouring planets.

CHALK: What role did the U.S. Space & Rocket Center play in the development of the exhibit?

DM: We approached the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in 2016 about collaborating on a space exhibition that’s as visually and technically impressive as it is fun and educational. They loved the idea. We hit it off and began working together to develop Neighbourhood Earth.

During the development process, the U.S. Space & Rocket Center has been instrumental in providing us with the latest information and data about space exploration, gigabytes of authentic imagery and priceless artifacts.

Neighbourhood Earth
Image supplied.

CHALK: Just how much legwork did it take to pull this exhibit together?

DM: Our team has worked in the exhibition and projection technology space for over a decade now, and Neighbourhood Earth has been our most ambitious project to date. From ideation to design to production: it’s been a long road and a lot of work. We’re very proud of the result and very much looking forward to bringing it Downunder.

Since we started developing the exhibition five years ago, we’ve been continually upgrading and updating the experience. Space exploration is a subject matter that’s rapidly progressing, and we strive to bring the latest, most up-to-date information and experience to visitors.

So, although the exhibition has toured in the U.S. and Asia, the iteration of Neighbourhood Earth that’s opening in Australia contains new, never-before-seen content and components.

CHALK: What kind of interactive activities can visitors expect?

DM: Visitors will be able to play around inside a 1:1 replica of a section of the International Space Station, launch a rocket and get hands-on to understand the force of gravity and find out what you weigh on other planets.

We also have a series of holographic learning stations with which visitors can interact with, and learn more about each of the planets in our solar system. Just to name a few.

So there you have it. Basically, if you live for sci-fi, space or new technology, you have to check it out. Nothing else will get you closer to your Klingon-speaking, light-sabre slinging fantasies. Well, at least, nothing else unless you happen to win the Powerball.

Neighbourhood Earth opens at Sydney’s ICC on November 22 for a limited season. Tickets are on sale now right here.

) [summary] => This article is sponsored by M Live’s Neighbourhood Earth. Attention space fans: while we might be a fair way off casual holidays into space (unless you’re Jeff Bezos kind of wealthy), M Live is presenting an exciting new immersive space exhibition, Neighbourhood Earth that’s bringing space to Sydney. The exhibition is award-winning for good reason ... Read more [atom_content] =>

This article is sponsored by M Live’s Neighbourhood Earth.

Attention space fans: while we might be a fair way off casual holidays into space (unless you’re Jeff Bezos kind of wealthy), M Live is presenting an exciting new immersive space exhibition, Neighbourhood Earth that’s bringing space to Sydney.

The exhibition is award-winning for good reason — the holographic and other cutting-edge tech is out of this world. Utilising giant screens, immersive surround sound and a giant projection-mapped dome, visitors will be transported around the solar system. You’ll also find models of spacecraft, tools, and astronaut suits, as well as interactive learning activities.

Have we piqued your interest? For more intel, we spoke to Declan McMonagle, Managing Director of Toto creative and creator of Neighbourhood Earth.

Image supplied.

GIZMODO: What technology is used to bring the multi-sensory exhibit to life?

Declan McMonagle: The development of Neighbourhood Earth started off with us wanting to create an unforgettable space experience for visitors. We decided this would be best achieved using a mix of high-impact multimedia projection technology combined with data, stories and artifacts from subject matter experts.

The exhibition’s set-piece is an immersive environment that uses 22 high-definition projectors projecting onto 14 screens, an 8.1 surround sound system and a giant projection-mapped hemisphere that takes visitors on a virtual ‘walking tour of space’.

CHALK: What tech goes into recreating the likes of a Mars sunset, Venus lightning storm, or the surface of Jupiter?

DM: Our team of visual artists worked closely with the U.S. Space and Rocket Center during the development and creative stages.

Together, they examined imagery and videos captured by legendary spacecraft including the Voyager, the Cassini and the Messenger, and were able to craft faithful recreations of some stunning scenes from our neighbouring planets.

CHALK: What role did the U.S. Space & Rocket Center play in the development of the exhibit?

DM: We approached the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in 2016 about collaborating on a space exhibition that’s as visually and technically impressive as it is fun and educational. They loved the idea. We hit it off and began working together to develop Neighbourhood Earth.

During the development process, the U.S. Space & Rocket Center has been instrumental in providing us with the latest information and data about space exploration, gigabytes of authentic imagery and priceless artifacts.

Neighbourhood Earth
Image supplied.

CHALK: Just how much legwork did it take to pull this exhibit together?

DM: Our team has worked in the exhibition and projection technology space for over a decade now, and Neighbourhood Earth has been our most ambitious project to date. From ideation to design to production: it’s been a long road and a lot of work. We’re very proud of the result and very much looking forward to bringing it Downunder.

Since we started developing the exhibition five years ago, we’ve been continually upgrading and updating the experience. Space exploration is a subject matter that’s rapidly progressing, and we strive to bring the latest, most up-to-date information and experience to visitors.

So, although the exhibition has toured in the U.S. and Asia, the iteration of Neighbourhood Earth that’s opening in Australia contains new, never-before-seen content and components.

CHALK: What kind of interactive activities can visitors expect?

DM: Visitors will be able to play around inside a 1:1 replica of a section of the International Space Station, launch a rocket and get hands-on to understand the force of gravity and find out what you weigh on other planets.

We also have a series of holographic learning stations with which visitors can interact with, and learn more about each of the planets in our solar system. Just to name a few.

So there you have it. Basically, if you live for sci-fi, space or new technology, you have to check it out. Nothing else will get you closer to your Klingon-speaking, light-sabre slinging fantasies. Well, at least, nothing else unless you happen to win the Powerball.

Neighbourhood Earth opens at Sydney’s ICC on November 22 for a limited season. Tickets are on sale now right here.

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If there’s one sure thing when it comes to comic book movies, it’s Batman. He’s the one character that DC seems to know what to do with when adapting him for the big screen. So much so that it’s now happened nine times since 1989, and we’re about to yet another iteration when Robert Pattinson dons the cape and cowl in The Batman.

There’s a lot to like about what we’ve seen and heard regarding what’s coming when The Batman arrives next year, but I have to admit that I’m somewhat concerned by what’s been revealed. This is because I feel like the two things, what I’ve seen and what I’ve heard, aren’t matching up quite right, and that could be bad news for the movie we’re about to get.  

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If there’s one sure thing when it comes to comic book movies, it’s Batman. He’s the one character that DC seems to know what to do with when adapting him for the big screen. So much so that it’s now happened nine times since 1989, and we’re about to yet another iteration when Robert Pattinson dons the cape and cowl in The Batman.

There’s a lot to like about what we’ve seen and heard regarding what’s coming when The Batman arrives next year, but I have to admit that I’m somewhat concerned by what’s been revealed. This is because I feel like the two things, what I’ve seen and what I’ve heard, aren’t matching up quite right, and that could be bad news for the movie we’re about to get.  

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The Batman Trailers Look Like A Christopher Nolan Movie

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