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                    [description] => Service learning is an important part of the University’s Physician Assistant program. Assistant Professor Kelli Frost generally assigns students in her first-year Introduction to the PA Profession class service work in healthcare settings. She says the students gain important skills, as well as a deeper understanding of the field. But like so many other things, ... Read more
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A photo of the alumni gratitude quilt, which features messages of thanks for healthcare heroes, healthcare gear, facemasks, hearts and the Detroit Mercy logo.Service learning is an important part of the University’s Physician Assistant program.

Assistant Professor Kelli Frost generally assigns students in her first-year Introduction to the PA Profession class service work in healthcare settings. She says the students gain important skills, as well as a deeper understanding of the field.

But like so many other things, the pandemic forced Frost to change her plans. In 2020, when clinics and other healthcare providers were not bringing in students, Frost had them exchange letters with residents of the St. Patrick Senior Center. It helped students connect with and learn about the needs of an underserved population.

This year, with clinic placements still scarce, Frost had to find another way. She turned to the program’s alumni.

“The PA program has a pretty engaged alumni base,” Frost said. She reached out and 35 alumni responded saying they were willing to chat one-on-one with a first-year PA student. “The goal was to have the freshmen understand the life of a PA and the challenges they are facing during the pandemic.”

Frost said it was an extension of the regular series of PA speakers she has speak to her class, but the conversations turned more personal and emotional.

These candid conversations took place virtually and started with a few scripted questions, and then went deeper.

One of the students, Shawn Schwesinger, was paired with a PA working in Sterling Heights. He found the experience eye-opening.

“She was more fortunate than many people because she worked in a family practice the pandemic did not cause as many problems for her as it did for others,” Schwesinger said. “The office did mostly telehealth, which increased her paperwork and there weren’t other people in the office to help share the work.”

She told him about the increase in patients with complaints of anxiety and depression and of her own emotions when patients were healthy one week, and on a ventilator the next.

“She did experience provider burnout,” he said. “But she was better off than many people because she was able to keep her job throughout the pandemic.”

In his reflection paper after the discussion, Schwesinger wrote: “Speaking with a medical professional, which I one day aspire to be, about the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on their lives allowed me to experience a sense of compassion…towards all healthcare workers and all people in general. … The interview also made me feel more inclined to help others and make sure that I check up and support those around me with their mental and physical health.”

Molly Soraghan was another student who participated in the project. Her reflection paper talks of a moment in her interview of a PA who works with cardiovascular Associates.

“I know she has to put on a brave face every day, work through the fatigue and get back to helping those in need. It was in this small moment that I could see the toll that this pandemic has taken on everyone, especially healthcare providers.”

Jeff Cornell ’12 is a PA on the Critical Care Team at Ascension Hospital in Warren. He remembered the day the PA student called him.

“I was really tired after a long day of work,” he said. But the conversation was easy and Cornell was happy to participate.

“I always enjoy talking to the students,” he said. “I think it’s important for them to have a clinical perspective, which was hard because so many clinical placements were canceled because of COVID. I don’t think students can really appreciate what the field is like without clinicals.”

After the experience, Frost and her students felt the need to give back to the alumni who helped her. She took inspiration from a project one of her children did in elementary school: A virtual quilt.

“I had each student create a square for what we called an Alumni Gratitude Quilt,” Frost said.

Students offered encouragement and thanks.

“You never know when a helping hand will change another person’s entire life,” wrote one student. Another’s panel read “Not every superhero wears a cape…some wear scrubs.” Others, simply: “Thank you.”

Frost turned them into a paneled piece of art that she sent to the alumni who participated.

“The students got a lot out of it and the alumni said they were grateful to have someone to tell their story to,” Frost said.

Frost will use transcripts of all interviews and the student papers reflecting on the experience in an academic paper she plans to write.

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Class project connects PA students, alumni – Detroit Mercy Campus Connection

) [summary] => Service learning is an important part of the University’s Physician Assistant program. Assistant Professor Kelli Frost generally assigns students in her first-year Introduction to the PA Profession class service work in healthcare settings. She says the students gain important skills, as well as a deeper understanding of the field. But like so many other things, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

A photo of the alumni gratitude quilt, which features messages of thanks for healthcare heroes, healthcare gear, facemasks, hearts and the Detroit Mercy logo.Service learning is an important part of the University’s Physician Assistant program.

Assistant Professor Kelli Frost generally assigns students in her first-year Introduction to the PA Profession class service work in healthcare settings. She says the students gain important skills, as well as a deeper understanding of the field.

But like so many other things, the pandemic forced Frost to change her plans. In 2020, when clinics and other healthcare providers were not bringing in students, Frost had them exchange letters with residents of the St. Patrick Senior Center. It helped students connect with and learn about the needs of an underserved population.

This year, with clinic placements still scarce, Frost had to find another way. She turned to the program’s alumni.

“The PA program has a pretty engaged alumni base,” Frost said. She reached out and 35 alumni responded saying they were willing to chat one-on-one with a first-year PA student. “The goal was to have the freshmen understand the life of a PA and the challenges they are facing during the pandemic.”

Frost said it was an extension of the regular series of PA speakers she has speak to her class, but the conversations turned more personal and emotional.

These candid conversations took place virtually and started with a few scripted questions, and then went deeper.

One of the students, Shawn Schwesinger, was paired with a PA working in Sterling Heights. He found the experience eye-opening.

“She was more fortunate than many people because she worked in a family practice the pandemic did not cause as many problems for her as it did for others,” Schwesinger said. “The office did mostly telehealth, which increased her paperwork and there weren’t other people in the office to help share the work.”

She told him about the increase in patients with complaints of anxiety and depression and of her own emotions when patients were healthy one week, and on a ventilator the next.

“She did experience provider burnout,” he said. “But she was better off than many people because she was able to keep her job throughout the pandemic.”

In his reflection paper after the discussion, Schwesinger wrote: “Speaking with a medical professional, which I one day aspire to be, about the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on their lives allowed me to experience a sense of compassion…towards all healthcare workers and all people in general. … The interview also made me feel more inclined to help others and make sure that I check up and support those around me with their mental and physical health.”

Molly Soraghan was another student who participated in the project. Her reflection paper talks of a moment in her interview of a PA who works with cardiovascular Associates.

“I know she has to put on a brave face every day, work through the fatigue and get back to helping those in need. It was in this small moment that I could see the toll that this pandemic has taken on everyone, especially healthcare providers.”

Jeff Cornell ’12 is a PA on the Critical Care Team at Ascension Hospital in Warren. He remembered the day the PA student called him.

“I was really tired after a long day of work,” he said. But the conversation was easy and Cornell was happy to participate.

“I always enjoy talking to the students,” he said. “I think it’s important for them to have a clinical perspective, which was hard because so many clinical placements were canceled because of COVID. I don’t think students can really appreciate what the field is like without clinicals.”

After the experience, Frost and her students felt the need to give back to the alumni who helped her. She took inspiration from a project one of her children did in elementary school: A virtual quilt.

“I had each student create a square for what we called an Alumni Gratitude Quilt,” Frost said.

Students offered encouragement and thanks.

“You never know when a helping hand will change another person’s entire life,” wrote one student. Another’s panel read “Not every superhero wears a cape…some wear scrubs.” Others, simply: “Thank you.”

Frost turned them into a paneled piece of art that she sent to the alumni who participated.

“The students got a lot out of it and the alumni said they were grateful to have someone to tell their story to,” Frost said.

Frost will use transcripts of all interviews and the student papers reflecting on the experience in an academic paper she plans to write.

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Class project connects PA students, alumni – Detroit Mercy Campus Connection

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David M. Benett

Passed 22 years since the last time Elton John managed to enter the ranking of the 40 most listened to songs in the United States, but finally the British returned to mark a milestone in his career thanks to a collaboration.

“Cold Heart”, the song he has just released with Dua Lipa and Pnau, was established this week at number 32 on the list. of the country of the North. It is a remixed song that has parts of some of the musician’s best known singles, such as “Sacrifice”, from 1989; his 1972 hit “Rocket Man”; his 1976 version of “Where’s The Shoorah?” and her 1983 single, “Kiss The Bride.”

Strange family outing: Tom Cruise and his son Connor spotted at a baseball game

On March 20, 1999, with the release of “Written in the Stars”, his collaboration with LeAnn Rimes, Elton John had reached number 29 in the ranking, being the last time he crossed the barrier of the top 40.

A few days after its release in August, “Cold Heart” became a global hit. The song that has 35 million views on YouTube and 128 million on Spotify, peaked at # 2 on the UK charts almost immediately.

The first contact between Dua Lipa and Elton John came when she invited him to an Instagram Live to talk about his experiences at Studio 54 before their remix album. Club Future Nostalgia. Later, the artist performed at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party, which raised more than $ 3 million. It was there that Elton approached Dua to work together on new music remotely. The result was called “Cold Heart”.

The single is part of the album that the British musician will release on October 22, which has collaborations with artists such as Miley Cyrus, Eddie Vedder, Lil Nas X, Charlie Puth, Gorillaz, Stevie Wonder, Stevie Nicks, Young Thug and Nicki Minaj, among others. The Lockdown Sessions, as the album is called, was recorded during the last 18 months of the pandemic.

“The last thing I expected to do during confinement was record an album.”Elton John said in a statement. “But, as the pandemic progressed, specific projects continued to appear. Some of the recording sessions had to be done remotely, via Zoom, which I had obviously never done before. Some of the sessions were recorded under very strict security rules: working with another artist, but separated by glass screens ”.

“But all the tracks I worked on were really interesting and diverse, things that were completely different than what I had done before., things that took me out of my comfort zone and into a whole new territory, “he continued. “And I realized that there was something strangely familiar about working like this. At the beginning of my career, in the late 1960s, I worked as a session musician. Working with different artists during the confinement reminded me of that. He had come full circle: he was once again a session musician. And still it was wonderful”.

The farewell tour

The pandemic surprised Sir Elton John as part of his farewell tour Farewell Yellow Brick Road. “The priorities in my life have changed. Now they are my children, my husband and my family ”, she said when announcing that she would retire from the stage.

However, between the restrictions caused by the coronavirus and some health problems of the artist, the tour still could not come to an end. In September, he announced that his concerts in Great Britain and Europe will have to wait until 2023. “Despite the intensive treatment of physiotherapy and specialists, the pain has continued to worsen and causes increasing movement difficulties. They have advised me to operate as soon as possible to regain full form and make sure that there are no complications in the long term, “he said in a statement.

The tour also included recitals in the United States, of which the date has not yet been confirmed. In the initial schedule, the tour would last three years, would consist of 300 concerts and it was speculated that it would have a stop in Argentina.

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After 22 years, Elton John reentered America’s Top 40

) [summary] => David M. Benett Passed 22 years since the last time Elton John managed to enter the ranking of the 40 most listened to songs in the United States, but finally the British returned to mark a milestone in his career thanks to a collaboration. “Cold Heart”, the song he has just released with Dua Lipa ... Read more [atom_content] =>

David M. Benett

Passed 22 years since the last time Elton John managed to enter the ranking of the 40 most listened to songs in the United States, but finally the British returned to mark a milestone in his career thanks to a collaboration.

“Cold Heart”, the song he has just released with Dua Lipa and Pnau, was established this week at number 32 on the list. of the country of the North. It is a remixed song that has parts of some of the musician’s best known singles, such as “Sacrifice”, from 1989; his 1972 hit “Rocket Man”; his 1976 version of “Where’s The Shoorah?” and her 1983 single, “Kiss The Bride.”

Strange family outing: Tom Cruise and his son Connor spotted at a baseball game

On March 20, 1999, with the release of “Written in the Stars”, his collaboration with LeAnn Rimes, Elton John had reached number 29 in the ranking, being the last time he crossed the barrier of the top 40.

A few days after its release in August, “Cold Heart” became a global hit. The song that has 35 million views on YouTube and 128 million on Spotify, peaked at # 2 on the UK charts almost immediately.

The first contact between Dua Lipa and Elton John came when she invited him to an Instagram Live to talk about his experiences at Studio 54 before their remix album. Club Future Nostalgia. Later, the artist performed at the Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party, which raised more than $ 3 million. It was there that Elton approached Dua to work together on new music remotely. The result was called “Cold Heart”.

The single is part of the album that the British musician will release on October 22, which has collaborations with artists such as Miley Cyrus, Eddie Vedder, Lil Nas X, Charlie Puth, Gorillaz, Stevie Wonder, Stevie Nicks, Young Thug and Nicki Minaj, among others. The Lockdown Sessions, as the album is called, was recorded during the last 18 months of the pandemic.

“The last thing I expected to do during confinement was record an album.”Elton John said in a statement. “But, as the pandemic progressed, specific projects continued to appear. Some of the recording sessions had to be done remotely, via Zoom, which I had obviously never done before. Some of the sessions were recorded under very strict security rules: working with another artist, but separated by glass screens ”.

“But all the tracks I worked on were really interesting and diverse, things that were completely different than what I had done before., things that took me out of my comfort zone and into a whole new territory, “he continued. “And I realized that there was something strangely familiar about working like this. At the beginning of my career, in the late 1960s, I worked as a session musician. Working with different artists during the confinement reminded me of that. He had come full circle: he was once again a session musician. And still it was wonderful”.

The farewell tour

The pandemic surprised Sir Elton John as part of his farewell tour Farewell Yellow Brick Road. “The priorities in my life have changed. Now they are my children, my husband and my family ”, she said when announcing that she would retire from the stage.

However, between the restrictions caused by the coronavirus and some health problems of the artist, the tour still could not come to an end. In September, he announced that his concerts in Great Britain and Europe will have to wait until 2023. “Despite the intensive treatment of physiotherapy and specialists, the pain has continued to worsen and causes increasing movement difficulties. They have advised me to operate as soon as possible to regain full form and make sure that there are no complications in the long term, “he said in a statement.

The tour also included recitals in the United States, of which the date has not yet been confirmed. In the initial schedule, the tour would last three years, would consist of 300 concerts and it was speculated that it would have a stop in Argentina.

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After 22 years, Elton John reentered America’s Top 40

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Luc Roux is capable of portraying the stars of French cinema with a naturalness that few can boast today.. From a very young Gérard Depardieu lying in a hammock to the imposing Catherine Deneuve posing in Paris 25 years ago, the relationship of the French photographer with the artists goes beyond the objective and becomes eternal in his snapshots, which from this Wednesday can be seen in the new headquarters of the Alliance Française In Malaga.

The professional maintained close ties with the popes of French cinema, with whom he shared confidences, talks and coffee. He has never asked them to smile at the camera or to pose like a fashion advertisement (how those impossible foreshortenings that appear in magazines and websites hurt!) In more than 40 years of splendid career. The French Alliance will inaugurate today at 8:30 p.m. the first retrospective in Spain of the artist.

The exhibition is a journey through the work of the one who was the main photographer of the mythical magazines First and Studio Magazine. Roux was the founder of these together with Jean-Pierre Lavoignat, curator of the exhibition, and Marc Esposito. The artist portrayed prominent figures such as the recently disappeared Jean-Paul Belmondo, Marion Cotillard, Charlotte Gaingsbourg and Isabelle Huppert.

Some of the photographs on display, including that of Catherine Deneuve.

Antonio Rodriguez Molina

The public will be able to visit the exhibition from October 13 to December 15 of this year in the exhibition gallery of the new headquarters of the French Alliance (C / Canales, 11, Málaga). Monday to Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and from 3:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Saturdays from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Shooting moments

The exhibition invites at times to discover the ins and outs of the French film industry, especially focused on its great stars and unique moments never seen before. The usual presence of Roux in constant shootings, as well as in deliveries of the César Awards, the Venice Film Festival, and, of course, the Cannes Festival, produced snapshots that from this Wednesday are exhibited immortalized on the walls of the exhibition gallery at the French Alliance in Malaga.

And it is that this exhibition covers with perspective how French cinematography and its outstanding actors and directors have evolved, and that thanks to the French Film Festival it is a celebration of their careers, and a tribute through the discovery of these unpublished photographs in Spain.

The French photographer.

The French photographer.

Antonio Rodriguez Molina

Thus, in the selection of photographs that cover the 40 years of Luc Roux’s work, you will be able to see the great honoree of the Festival, and recently deceased Jean-Paul Belmondo, to which the festival dedicates its tribute cycle. The legendary actor appears between two sets of the filming of Itinerary of a spoiled child, by Claude Lelouch.

Along with him, other great figures appear such as Catherine Deneuve, image of the exhibition poster, photographed at the Café Marly, in Paris. Gérard Depardieu is present in several snapshots throughout his career, and also his son Guillaume Depardieu, who appears alongside Deneuve and Leos Carax, in the development of X fields.

Sophie Marceau is pictured in London, where she shot James Bond: The world is never enough; Monica Bellucci poses on the occasion of the presentation of Irreversible, from Gaspar Noé, with Vincent Cassel, at the Cannes Film Festival; or Romane and Richard Bohringer who posed together for the first time for Roux in an endearing image in 1996.

Gérard Depardieu in 1987.

Gérard Depardieu in 1987.

Luc Roux

Throughout the room you can also recognize Isabelle Huppert during the filming of Gabrielleby Patrice Chéreau; with which he won a Special Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival. A hilarious image of Guillaume Canet and Marion Cotillard anticipates their marriage in unprecedented ways. Alain Corneau and Clint Eastwood appear at a meeting organized by Studio Magazine at Cannes where Eastwood presented Bird, in 1988.

Romain Duris, Jacques Dutronc, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Fanny Ardant, o Emmanuelle Béart, his otras de las estrellas del cine Francophone that those attending the show will be able to enjoy.

Wink to Malaga

The nod to Malaga is put by Luc displaying a photograph of the actor Antonio Banderas, admiring the face of Eva Perón (Madonna) during the filming of Evita, by Alan Parker, in Budapest.

After studying Fine Arts in Avignon, Luc Roux worked as a photographer for the French magazine First since 1983. In 1987 he participated in the creation of Studio Magazine together with Marc Esposito and Jean-Pierre Lavoignat, where he served as main photographer.

Monica Bellucci in 2002.

Monica Bellucci in 2002.

Luc Roux

Both film magazines became essential, being as cinephile as popular, and where the image had the same importance as the text. Their birth was an event in France and they became, between the 1980s and the mid-2000s, the most widely read and influential film magazines. Following its success, similar publications were created in several European countries, as well as in the United States.

The quality of Luc Roux’s images, his tight, sensitive and benevolent gaze, his talent for capturing these privileged snapshots -moments of abandonment or work, complicity or intimacy- that reveal the truth of the actresses and actors, and also the magic of cinema in creation.

The links he has forged with artists and technicians have greatly contributed to the reputation of Studio Magazine. On some occasions he distanced himself from the magazine to cover certain shootings, in particular those of Maurice Pialat, Claude Miller, Michel Deville, Patrice Chéreau and Alain Corneau.

Some of his images have been turned into movie posters: Under Satan’s Sun, All the mornings of the world, Queen Margot and The Little Thief, which won the César for the best poster. After leaving Studio in 2004, he devoted himself to still photography, specifically on the film sets of Bertrand Blier, Danièle Thompson, Tonie Marshall and Thierry Klifa.

.

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the photographer of the stars of the French cinema lands in Malaga

) [summary] => Related news Luc Roux is capable of portraying the stars of French cinema with a naturalness that few can boast today.. From a very young Gérard Depardieu lying in a hammock to the imposing Catherine Deneuve posing in Paris 25 years ago, the relationship of the French photographer with the artists goes beyond the objective ... Read more [atom_content] =>

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Luc Roux is capable of portraying the stars of French cinema with a naturalness that few can boast today.. From a very young Gérard Depardieu lying in a hammock to the imposing Catherine Deneuve posing in Paris 25 years ago, the relationship of the French photographer with the artists goes beyond the objective and becomes eternal in his snapshots, which from this Wednesday can be seen in the new headquarters of the Alliance Française In Malaga.

The professional maintained close ties with the popes of French cinema, with whom he shared confidences, talks and coffee. He has never asked them to smile at the camera or to pose like a fashion advertisement (how those impossible foreshortenings that appear in magazines and websites hurt!) In more than 40 years of splendid career. The French Alliance will inaugurate today at 8:30 p.m. the first retrospective in Spain of the artist.

The exhibition is a journey through the work of the one who was the main photographer of the mythical magazines First and Studio Magazine. Roux was the founder of these together with Jean-Pierre Lavoignat, curator of the exhibition, and Marc Esposito. The artist portrayed prominent figures such as the recently disappeared Jean-Paul Belmondo, Marion Cotillard, Charlotte Gaingsbourg and Isabelle Huppert.

Some of the photographs on display, including that of Catherine Deneuve.

Antonio Rodriguez Molina

The public will be able to visit the exhibition from October 13 to December 15 of this year in the exhibition gallery of the new headquarters of the French Alliance (C / Canales, 11, Málaga). Monday to Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and from 3:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Saturdays from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Shooting moments

The exhibition invites at times to discover the ins and outs of the French film industry, especially focused on its great stars and unique moments never seen before. The usual presence of Roux in constant shootings, as well as in deliveries of the César Awards, the Venice Film Festival, and, of course, the Cannes Festival, produced snapshots that from this Wednesday are exhibited immortalized on the walls of the exhibition gallery at the French Alliance in Malaga.

And it is that this exhibition covers with perspective how French cinematography and its outstanding actors and directors have evolved, and that thanks to the French Film Festival it is a celebration of their careers, and a tribute through the discovery of these unpublished photographs in Spain.

The French photographer.

The French photographer.

Antonio Rodriguez Molina

Thus, in the selection of photographs that cover the 40 years of Luc Roux’s work, you will be able to see the great honoree of the Festival, and recently deceased Jean-Paul Belmondo, to which the festival dedicates its tribute cycle. The legendary actor appears between two sets of the filming of Itinerary of a spoiled child, by Claude Lelouch.

Along with him, other great figures appear such as Catherine Deneuve, image of the exhibition poster, photographed at the Café Marly, in Paris. Gérard Depardieu is present in several snapshots throughout his career, and also his son Guillaume Depardieu, who appears alongside Deneuve and Leos Carax, in the development of X fields.

Sophie Marceau is pictured in London, where she shot James Bond: The world is never enough; Monica Bellucci poses on the occasion of the presentation of Irreversible, from Gaspar Noé, with Vincent Cassel, at the Cannes Film Festival; or Romane and Richard Bohringer who posed together for the first time for Roux in an endearing image in 1996.

Gérard Depardieu in 1987.

Gérard Depardieu in 1987.

Luc Roux

Throughout the room you can also recognize Isabelle Huppert during the filming of Gabrielleby Patrice Chéreau; with which he won a Special Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival. A hilarious image of Guillaume Canet and Marion Cotillard anticipates their marriage in unprecedented ways. Alain Corneau and Clint Eastwood appear at a meeting organized by Studio Magazine at Cannes where Eastwood presented Bird, in 1988.

Romain Duris, Jacques Dutronc, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Fanny Ardant, o Emmanuelle Béart, his otras de las estrellas del cine Francophone that those attending the show will be able to enjoy.

Wink to Malaga

The nod to Malaga is put by Luc displaying a photograph of the actor Antonio Banderas, admiring the face of Eva Perón (Madonna) during the filming of Evita, by Alan Parker, in Budapest.

After studying Fine Arts in Avignon, Luc Roux worked as a photographer for the French magazine First since 1983. In 1987 he participated in the creation of Studio Magazine together with Marc Esposito and Jean-Pierre Lavoignat, where he served as main photographer.

Monica Bellucci in 2002.

Monica Bellucci in 2002.

Luc Roux

Both film magazines became essential, being as cinephile as popular, and where the image had the same importance as the text. Their birth was an event in France and they became, between the 1980s and the mid-2000s, the most widely read and influential film magazines. Following its success, similar publications were created in several European countries, as well as in the United States.

The quality of Luc Roux’s images, his tight, sensitive and benevolent gaze, his talent for capturing these privileged snapshots -moments of abandonment or work, complicity or intimacy- that reveal the truth of the actresses and actors, and also the magic of cinema in creation.

The links he has forged with artists and technicians have greatly contributed to the reputation of Studio Magazine. On some occasions he distanced himself from the magazine to cover certain shootings, in particular those of Maurice Pialat, Claude Miller, Michel Deville, Patrice Chéreau and Alain Corneau.

Some of his images have been turned into movie posters: Under Satan’s Sun, All the mornings of the world, Queen Margot and The Little Thief, which won the César for the best poster. After leaving Studio in 2004, he devoted himself to still photography, specifically on the film sets of Bertrand Blier, Danièle Thompson, Tonie Marshall and Thierry Klifa.

.

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If we talk about extravagance in the 1970s, one can automatically think of David Bowie. However, there was an artist who already made noise with his eccentricity from an opera sound mixed with the rock and synths: Klaus Nomi.

Who was Klaus Nomi?

Klaus Sperber is a German artist born in Bavaria in 1944. Descendant of a family of artists, his passion for music woke up in him being so just a child.

Although he was shy and withdrawn, he began to approach music as a maintenance assistant in the Berlin German Opera. And every night, after the concert on duty, he took advantage of the loneliness of the theater to burst onto stage. There he interpreted songs of which he was his greatest reference: the American opera singer Maria Callas.

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That motivated him to start trying his luck performing in different nightspots in Berlin. Then, in 1970, he would leave for New York to settle in the barrio East Village, a meeting place for artists of all disciplines.

In that place, and precisely at that time, the punk and avant-garde they were the countercultural currents. Thus, Klaus would find his place, helping him to stimulate his “extraterrestrial” sound and identity, drawing inspiration from his favorite occult magazine, OMNI, and forging his own stage name: Klaus Nomi.

His signature suit and collaboration with David Bowie

In 1972, he appeared in public dressed as an alien for a satirical production based on the opera ‘The Gold of the Rhine ‘by Wagner. However, his characteristic costume composed of a spacesuit and a plastic cape that impacted the world arose with the work New New Vodevil.

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After the impact, his popularity began to emerge in the New York underground scene and to awaken the passion of several who wanted to have his presence.

One of those who was delighted with his eccentricity was David Bowie himself, who wanted have the presence of Klaus Nomi in one of his performances. In addition to this, the German lent him part of his characteristic costume, which would serve as inspiration for the extravagant identity of the Briton in his next steps.

In 1979, David Bowie was invited to sing ‘The Man Who Sold The World’ al programa Saturday Night Live (SNL), where Klaus Nomi participated as a showgirl.

A shooting star victim of AIDS

That stellar cameo next to the ‘White Duke‘allowed Klaus Nomi to achieve his first record deal with RCA Records to record your Self-titled debut album (1981).

Masterpieces such as ‘The Cold Song’ or ‘Total Eclipse’ are extracted from that album. In the latter he took advantage of condemning homophobia through sonic and conceptual references through opera.

The following year, their last album in life would arrive, ‘Simple Man’, a more pop work where they meet ‘Falling In Love Again‘; and his version of ‘Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead‘, of the movie ‘The Wizard of Oz’ (1939).

However, on August 6, 1983, at the height of his career, Klaus Nomi died of AIDS in the most absolute solitude, abandoned in his apartment.

According to witnesses of the time, his friends, associates and music agents disappeared from his side when he said that he had contracted HIV. It was even one of the first media recognized artists in dying from the disease.

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If we talk about extravagance in the 1970s, one can automatically think of David Bowie. However, there was an artist who already made noise with his eccentricity from an opera sound mixed with the rock and synths: Klaus Nomi.

Who was Klaus Nomi?

Klaus Sperber is a German artist born in Bavaria in 1944. Descendant of a family of artists, his passion for music woke up in him being so just a child.

Although he was shy and withdrawn, he began to approach music as a maintenance assistant in the Berlin German Opera. And every night, after the concert on duty, he took advantage of the loneliness of the theater to burst onto stage. There he interpreted songs of which he was his greatest reference: the American opera singer Maria Callas.

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That motivated him to start trying his luck performing in different nightspots in Berlin. Then, in 1970, he would leave for New York to settle in the barrio East Village, a meeting place for artists of all disciplines.

In that place, and precisely at that time, the punk and avant-garde they were the countercultural currents. Thus, Klaus would find his place, helping him to stimulate his “extraterrestrial” sound and identity, drawing inspiration from his favorite occult magazine, OMNI, and forging his own stage name: Klaus Nomi.

His signature suit and collaboration with David Bowie

In 1972, he appeared in public dressed as an alien for a satirical production based on the opera ‘The Gold of the Rhine ‘by Wagner. However, his characteristic costume composed of a spacesuit and a plastic cape that impacted the world arose with the work New New Vodevil.

klaus nomi david bowie snl saturday night live corista extraterrestre artista aleman
Getty Images

After the impact, his popularity began to emerge in the New York underground scene and to awaken the passion of several who wanted to have his presence.

One of those who was delighted with his eccentricity was David Bowie himself, who wanted have the presence of Klaus Nomi in one of his performances. In addition to this, the German lent him part of his characteristic costume, which would serve as inspiration for the extravagant identity of the Briton in his next steps.

In 1979, David Bowie was invited to sing ‘The Man Who Sold The World’ al programa Saturday Night Live (SNL), where Klaus Nomi participated as a showgirl.

A shooting star victim of AIDS

That stellar cameo next to the ‘White Duke‘allowed Klaus Nomi to achieve his first record deal with RCA Records to record your Self-titled debut album (1981).

Masterpieces such as ‘The Cold Song’ or ‘Total Eclipse’ are extracted from that album. In the latter he took advantage of condemning homophobia through sonic and conceptual references through opera.

The following year, their last album in life would arrive, ‘Simple Man’, a more pop work where they meet ‘Falling In Love Again‘; and his version of ‘Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead‘, of the movie ‘The Wizard of Oz’ (1939).

However, on August 6, 1983, at the height of his career, Klaus Nomi died of AIDS in the most absolute solitude, abandoned in his apartment.

According to witnesses of the time, his friends, associates and music agents disappeared from his side when he said that he had contracted HIV. It was even one of the first media recognized artists in dying from the disease.

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Yes, there are many who still preserve their beauty with or without the help of the scalpel and botox, although the vast majority of those who have undergone these aesthetic touch-ups have not confessed it, they even deny them, although this is sometimes more than evident.

The gallants of the 90s and their physical changes

Brad Pitt

Actor Brad Pitt has achieved the sighs of thousands and thousands of women and men in his career, so without a doubt this is one of the leading men of the 90s without a doubt. He was born on December 18, 1963, so he is currently 57 years old. Behind his back he reaps great awards, among which we highlight two Oscars, the first as a producer in the 2013 film “12 years of slavery” and during 2020 he won the Oscar for best supporting actor.

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Imanol Arias

The next leading man of the 90s is neither more nor less than Imanol Arias, and he could not be missing from this list, in addition to the fact that during the 80-90s he was considered one of the great seducers of Spanish cinema, he is originally from Riaño, was born on April 26, 1956, so he is currently 65 years old. We have been able to see this actor play many roles, but without a doubt the one that has marked a before and after in his career is playing Antonio Alcántara, in Cuéntame, which is considered one of the best spanish series in history.

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We continue the list of the gallants of the 90s with the great actor Pierce Brosnan, he was born on May 16, 1953, so he is 68 years old. The first time we were able to see this actor stir up passions was in his film debut with the movie The Long Good Friday in 1980, but the role that would catapult him to fame would be that of James Bond.

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This, in addition to fully entering the list of the gallants of the 90s, also makes it into that of the toughest types of cinema, the actor was born on October 18, 1960, and at 60 he has a great curriculum. mostly in action movies, but the leap to worldwide success as a martial arts actor came to him in his first film Bloody Contact, and this is a very important customer in beauty centers.

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Leonardo DiCaprio is another of the great film actors for whom thousands of women have yearned, and he deserves a place in this list of gallants of the 90s. He was born on November 11, 1974 and at 46 years of age this began making series on television and later films, but without a doubt he achieved fame in the movie Titanic, since then this actor has been persecuted by great titles, such as Catch me if you can, The Wolf of Wall Street or The Revenant.

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Antonio Banderas

The Spanish Antonio Banderas also deserves a place in this list of gallants of the 90s. The man from Malaga was born on August 10, 1960 and at 61 years of age he continues to arouse the passions of many women and men, not only in Spain, in the whole world. Some of his most outstanding films are Pain and Glory, Philadelphia, Interview with the vampire, The mask of the fox, among many others.

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The only fair thing in life is time, which passes for everyone regardless of money, social class or physique you have, and the gallants of the 90s have not gotten rid of it. Time passes and gray hairs and wrinkles appear and they are no longer the protagonists of the folders of the young women, and a new generation begins.

Yes, there are many who still preserve their beauty with or without the help of the scalpel and botox, although the vast majority of those who have undergone these aesthetic touch-ups have not confessed it, they even deny them, although this is sometimes more than evident.

The gallants of the 90s and their physical changes

Brad Pitt

Actor Brad Pitt has achieved the sighs of thousands and thousands of women and men in his career, so without a doubt this is one of the leading men of the 90s without a doubt. He was born on December 18, 1963, so he is currently 57 years old. Behind his back he reaps great awards, among which we highlight two Oscars, the first as a producer in the 2013 film “12 years of slavery” and during 2020 he won the Oscar for best supporting actor.

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Imanol Arias

The next leading man of the 90s is neither more nor less than Imanol Arias, and he could not be missing from this list, in addition to the fact that during the 80-90s he was considered one of the great seducers of Spanish cinema, he is originally from Riaño, was born on April 26, 1956, so he is currently 65 years old. We have been able to see this actor play many roles, but without a doubt the one that has marked a before and after in his career is playing Antonio Alcántara, in Cuéntame, which is considered one of the best spanish series in history.

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Pierce Brosnan

We continue the list of the gallants of the 90s with the great actor Pierce Brosnan, he was born on May 16, 1953, so he is 68 years old. The first time we were able to see this actor stir up passions was in his film debut with the movie The Long Good Friday in 1980, but the role that would catapult him to fame would be that of James Bond.

gallants of the 90 physical change- Digital de León

Jean-Claude Van Damme

This, in addition to fully entering the list of the gallants of the 90s, also makes it into that of the toughest types of cinema, the actor was born on October 18, 1960, and at 60 he has a great curriculum. mostly in action movies, but the leap to worldwide success as a martial arts actor came to him in his first film Bloody Contact, and this is a very important customer in beauty centers.

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Leonardo Dicaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio is another of the great film actors for whom thousands of women have yearned, and he deserves a place in this list of gallants of the 90s. He was born on November 11, 1974 and at 46 years of age this began making series on television and later films, but without a doubt he achieved fame in the movie Titanic, since then this actor has been persecuted by great titles, such as Catch me if you can, The Wolf of Wall Street or The Revenant.

gallants of the 90 physical change- Digital de León

Antonio Banderas

The Spanish Antonio Banderas also deserves a place in this list of gallants of the 90s. The man from Malaga was born on August 10, 1960 and at 61 years of age he continues to arouse the passions of many women and men, not only in Spain, in the whole world. Some of his most outstanding films are Pain and Glory, Philadelphia, Interview with the vampire, The mask of the fox, among many others.

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There are stories that are not told in a script but whose content makes for a dramatic (and long) movie. The life of Bradley Cooper, for example, it could be a saga. In 2018 the whole world applauded him with A star has been born, a film in which he starred alongside Lady Gaga and in which he made his directorial debut. What no one was thinking of is that behind Jackson Maine, that character tormented by addictions, was hiding a piece of his life, one of the hardest and most dramatic.

Because if the actor understands something, it is tragedies and misfortunes. He experienced them in pairs from childhood to adulthood and that almost cost him his career, his illusion and his very existence.

Bradley Cooper (Axel Schmidt; Gtres)

When you see Bradley smile, the first thing that comes to mind, besides the good job his parents did, is that he is a happy guy. And so it is. But reaching this point at 46 has cost him a lot of work, and not exactly acting. Illnesses, accidents, painful losses, addictions, he has lived it all, but does not like to rejoice in it or wear medals. He is one of those who prefers to turn the page and keep what he has learned. That is why in his interviews it seems that he does everything possible to avoid uncomfortable questions, as if he does not like to dwell on the sordid chapters of his life, which there are, and a few.

He has overcome all of them with a lot of effort and suffering, two disciplines in which he has a master’s degree. That habit of constantly battling from a young age is what has made him have tanned skin and not give in to challenges, both personal and professional. So when he was advised not to direct the third adaptation of A star has been born because it involved too much risk, he jumped into the pool. “They told me it would be too difficult and that I should start with something easier. Luckily, I didn’t listen. I loved that this movie was very difficult to make, very much. Otherwise it would not have the same value. And that has always been my goal: to do something, no matter how difficult, that will be remembered.“, he explained to W Magazine.

The conclusion is very nice but getting there involved a few falls. One of the hits that nearly knocked him out was his struggle with alcohol and drugs. It happened at the beginning of the new millennium. He had already made his first steps in acting with a debut in the acclaimed Sex in the city and recognition as an actor in the series Alias, in which he landed a fixed character in the main cast as Jennifer Garner’s best friend. His career was taking off, but his life with that heavy slab called Hollywood where you leave the rest to get your star, would take its toll. Too much to prove. “I was so worried about what others would think of me, how I made an impression and how I would survive that day. I always felt like a stranger, I lived in myself. I realized that I was not going to be able to measure up and that terrified me. I said to myself: ‘I’m going to ruin my life, I’m going to ruin it‘”, He said in an interview with The Hollywood reporter.

You had to pretend that you were up to the task and that there were no fears. We are talking about Hollywood, the Mecca of cinema where dreams come true, so there was no room for error and weakness. “I remember one day I was at a party and purposely banged my head on the ground as if to imply ‘Hey, look how strong I am!’ I got up and started bleeding, but I did it again. I ended the night at the San Vicente Hospital with an ice pack and waiting for them to put some stitches on me”He continued. He is very clear that if he did not stop, he would have destroyed his career, his existence and all that promising future that lay ahead. “If I continued down that path I was going to sabotage my life“, Recognized the magazine GQ.

That world full of superficialities was too big and bleak. Suddenly you are and then you are not. Today I like you, tomorrow I don’t. You go from love to oblivion in tenths of a second. He lived it first hand in Alias, where it went from being one of the essentials to almost an extra. His little affinity with JJ Abrams, director of the series, and subsequent rupture of the Achilles tendon that kept him at rest for a year without being able to do anything made him come to a simple conclusion. “There comes a point where you think the business just doesn’t want you in there, period.”, He told the same publication. It was at this time of insecurity and weakness that the addictions were accentuated and became his allies.

Despite this close relationship with alcohol and certain substances, whose names he does not want to remember, they never accompanied him to the filming. “No no no no no. If you mean something like, am I late? No, not that”, He clarified in the same interview. The way it did affect his work was not with irresponsible acts, but when it came to doing his roles and giving them depth. He channeled then, and continues to do so now, everything lived in his stories. In fact when he talks about A star has been born recognizes that there is much of its lights and shadows behind Jackson Maine, its protagonist. “The stories that exist in this story come from a very deep personal place and that is the only way I know how to communicate with people.”, Revealed to The New York Times.

To impregnate in his characters and his different works a piece of him is perhaps one of the keys to his success. But first he had to learn to accept who he was and what he was like, without shame or fear. “One thing I’ve learned in life is that the best thing I can do is embrace who I am, give my best, and whatever happens, then what happens. The Fewer Steps I Take, The Further I Will Be From Reaching My Potential”, He expressed to GQ. In other words, what do you fall for? Well you get up, but if you don’t try, you will never know what you are capable of.

Since he was 29 years old, that was 17 years ago, he has not had a drink or tasted anything illegal. “Being sober helps a lot”, Recognized THR. But where they see him, it is not the first personal war with which he has to deal. Shortly after birth, his parents discovered that he had cholesteatoma, a benign tumor that alters a large part of the ear membrane. It didn’t help that years later, while diving, he got his ear pierced. “I had 4 or 5 operations from 5 to 18 years old. I have a hole in my eardrum and I can’t swim without earplugs”, He detailed to THR. He was not deaf by sheer miracle.

The chain of tragedies did not end with his hearing somewhat touched. This handsome boy named the sexiest man by People magazine, was about to lose that beautiful face that made his way on celluloid and television. A serious accident in his childhood was about to leave him disfigured. His face was shattered when a crystal chandelier fell on him at the age of 15. “I could not move part of my face for 6 months. I had plastic surgery”, He explained to the same medium. If you look closely, the scars remain all over his face and for a long time they also remained on his self-esteem, which was damaged. However, today he displays them with pride and with that wonderful security that only the years give.

This series of events, not exactly very pleasant, also had a lot to do with those dark years of the actor. It all adds up. But he didn’t wait to hit rock bottom or for something terrifying to happen in his life to get out of that tunnel. He realized before a catastrophe happened. The love of his family, specifically his parents, Charles and Gloria, and the passion for his career, for which he had prepared at Georgetown University and New York’s Actor’s Studio, would prevail over everything else. He fell in love with acting at age 12, when he saw David Lynch’s movie, The elephant Man, a story that a few decades later, exactly in 2014, he was able to star in himself, this time in the theater.

It is the living example that dreams are not gifted or rain from the sky, but thanks to those pebbles on the road it is that one grows and heals. When in 2005 he played the tyrant Zachary in The wedding crashers He had the opportunity to pour out all that anger that, for one thing or another, he was dragging along. The character was not the protagonist, but he became one of the most popular and the most hated! And although that opened doors for him and led to interesting opportunities like A rocker of balls O Bride by contractIt was not until 2009 that his Hollywood career did not take the triple somersault. His entrance to the temple of the stars was with Hangover in Las Vegas, the comedy directed by Todd Phillips that marked a before and after in his hectic life. Everything he had done before seemed anecdotal. Part II, in Thailand, and Part III followed, but neither had the same impact as the first.

The world fell at his feet, and his eyes. We discover a funny, resourceful and full of possibilities Brad. But not only us, he also realized what he could do. Just when he began to enjoy not only the honeys of a more mature success but the arrival of truly capricious roles in which he would even debut as a producer, life would have another trick for him: the death of his father. An episode that everyone experiences at some point in their life, but that in their case occurred, once again, as if it were a movie scene.

Charles Cooper, a successful stockbroker, died in his arms in 2011. The experience, far from traumatic as many of us might think, was so enriching and magical that, in his own words, it took a radical turn in his life. “It was everything, it was the greatest gift he gave me, well the second after bringing me into this life. That he allowed me to witness his death like that was gigantic”, He told Oprah Winfrey deeply moved. “His head was here (points to his arm) and literally when he took his last breath I felt like he was getting into me. I’ve never felt anything like it since then”, He described.

The death of his father filled him with life despite the pain of the loss of a loved one. From that moment on, his existence took on another meaning and he began to see things in a different way, much more pleasant and less tragic. “Changed everything“, Asserted the protagonist of The Sniper. Few experiences have been so unique, magical and special for the actor. Only one resembles him in his own words, and that is fatherhood. In 2017 the interpreter and his then partner, supermodel Irina Shayk, had their princess Lea.

It was another personal event that filled him with desire for everything and infinite illusions. This is how the Oscar-winning producer perceived it Joker -May we not forget this little great detail from your resume-. Swapping the roles from the scripts for diapers was transformative. “It changed everything. Our daughter is amazing and I see my father in her very often”He expressed to Ellen DeGeneres in an interview on his show. “It has helped me embrace my childish side without any fear of judgments “, he highlighted. Since then, like a child, he has enjoyed cartoons, meaningless games and everything that enhances innocence, the one that we should never completely lose.

His daughter not only awakened his most childish side, but also helped him in some way to develop his character Rocket with more enthusiasm in the second installment of Guardians of the Galaxy and in Avengers: Infinity war.

And, at this point in the game, Bradley has achieved much more than that insecure and fearful young man was capable of imagining. Actor, producer, director and father in love, what more could you ask for? Well, as we wear, an Oscar. Despite his 8 nominations for the golden statuette, this one resists him, and it will not be because of a job well done. The closest he got was with the one that Lady Gaga won for his song Shallow. An issue that may have worried you before, but not now. This frustrated military man and believer to the core no longer needs external recognition to be happy. He has more than shown that hers is more than just a pretty face and that awards are not always given to the best. Life’s achievements, in the end, are the most satisfying.

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There are stories that are not told in a script but whose content makes for a dramatic (and long) movie. The life of Bradley Cooper, for example, it could be a saga. In 2018 the whole world applauded him with A star has been born, a film in which he starred alongside Lady Gaga and in which he made his directorial debut. What no one was thinking of is that behind Jackson Maine, that character tormented by addictions, was hiding a piece of his life, one of the hardest and most dramatic.

Because if the actor understands something, it is tragedies and misfortunes. He experienced them in pairs from childhood to adulthood and that almost cost him his career, his illusion and his very existence.

Bradley Cooper (Axel Schmidt; Gtres)

When you see Bradley smile, the first thing that comes to mind, besides the good job his parents did, is that he is a happy guy. And so it is. But reaching this point at 46 has cost him a lot of work, and not exactly acting. Illnesses, accidents, painful losses, addictions, he has lived it all, but does not like to rejoice in it or wear medals. He is one of those who prefers to turn the page and keep what he has learned. That is why in his interviews it seems that he does everything possible to avoid uncomfortable questions, as if he does not like to dwell on the sordid chapters of his life, which there are, and a few.

He has overcome all of them with a lot of effort and suffering, two disciplines in which he has a master’s degree. That habit of constantly battling from a young age is what has made him have tanned skin and not give in to challenges, both personal and professional. So when he was advised not to direct the third adaptation of A star has been born because it involved too much risk, he jumped into the pool. “They told me it would be too difficult and that I should start with something easier. Luckily, I didn’t listen. I loved that this movie was very difficult to make, very much. Otherwise it would not have the same value. And that has always been my goal: to do something, no matter how difficult, that will be remembered.“, he explained to W Magazine.

The conclusion is very nice but getting there involved a few falls. One of the hits that nearly knocked him out was his struggle with alcohol and drugs. It happened at the beginning of the new millennium. He had already made his first steps in acting with a debut in the acclaimed Sex in the city and recognition as an actor in the series Alias, in which he landed a fixed character in the main cast as Jennifer Garner’s best friend. His career was taking off, but his life with that heavy slab called Hollywood where you leave the rest to get your star, would take its toll. Too much to prove. “I was so worried about what others would think of me, how I made an impression and how I would survive that day. I always felt like a stranger, I lived in myself. I realized that I was not going to be able to measure up and that terrified me. I said to myself: ‘I’m going to ruin my life, I’m going to ruin it‘”, He said in an interview with The Hollywood reporter.

You had to pretend that you were up to the task and that there were no fears. We are talking about Hollywood, the Mecca of cinema where dreams come true, so there was no room for error and weakness. “I remember one day I was at a party and purposely banged my head on the ground as if to imply ‘Hey, look how strong I am!’ I got up and started bleeding, but I did it again. I ended the night at the San Vicente Hospital with an ice pack and waiting for them to put some stitches on me”He continued. He is very clear that if he did not stop, he would have destroyed his career, his existence and all that promising future that lay ahead. “If I continued down that path I was going to sabotage my life“, Recognized the magazine GQ.

That world full of superficialities was too big and bleak. Suddenly you are and then you are not. Today I like you, tomorrow I don’t. You go from love to oblivion in tenths of a second. He lived it first hand in Alias, where it went from being one of the essentials to almost an extra. His little affinity with JJ Abrams, director of the series, and subsequent rupture of the Achilles tendon that kept him at rest for a year without being able to do anything made him come to a simple conclusion. “There comes a point where you think the business just doesn’t want you in there, period.”, He told the same publication. It was at this time of insecurity and weakness that the addictions were accentuated and became his allies.

Despite this close relationship with alcohol and certain substances, whose names he does not want to remember, they never accompanied him to the filming. “No no no no no. If you mean something like, am I late? No, not that”, He clarified in the same interview. The way it did affect his work was not with irresponsible acts, but when it came to doing his roles and giving them depth. He channeled then, and continues to do so now, everything lived in his stories. In fact when he talks about A star has been born recognizes that there is much of its lights and shadows behind Jackson Maine, its protagonist. “The stories that exist in this story come from a very deep personal place and that is the only way I know how to communicate with people.”, Revealed to The New York Times.

To impregnate in his characters and his different works a piece of him is perhaps one of the keys to his success. But first he had to learn to accept who he was and what he was like, without shame or fear. “One thing I’ve learned in life is that the best thing I can do is embrace who I am, give my best, and whatever happens, then what happens. The Fewer Steps I Take, The Further I Will Be From Reaching My Potential”, He expressed to GQ. In other words, what do you fall for? Well you get up, but if you don’t try, you will never know what you are capable of.

Since he was 29 years old, that was 17 years ago, he has not had a drink or tasted anything illegal. “Being sober helps a lot”, Recognized THR. But where they see him, it is not the first personal war with which he has to deal. Shortly after birth, his parents discovered that he had cholesteatoma, a benign tumor that alters a large part of the ear membrane. It didn’t help that years later, while diving, he got his ear pierced. “I had 4 or 5 operations from 5 to 18 years old. I have a hole in my eardrum and I can’t swim without earplugs”, He detailed to THR. He was not deaf by sheer miracle.

The chain of tragedies did not end with his hearing somewhat touched. This handsome boy named the sexiest man by People magazine, was about to lose that beautiful face that made his way on celluloid and television. A serious accident in his childhood was about to leave him disfigured. His face was shattered when a crystal chandelier fell on him at the age of 15. “I could not move part of my face for 6 months. I had plastic surgery”, He explained to the same medium. If you look closely, the scars remain all over his face and for a long time they also remained on his self-esteem, which was damaged. However, today he displays them with pride and with that wonderful security that only the years give.

This series of events, not exactly very pleasant, also had a lot to do with those dark years of the actor. It all adds up. But he didn’t wait to hit rock bottom or for something terrifying to happen in his life to get out of that tunnel. He realized before a catastrophe happened. The love of his family, specifically his parents, Charles and Gloria, and the passion for his career, for which he had prepared at Georgetown University and New York’s Actor’s Studio, would prevail over everything else. He fell in love with acting at age 12, when he saw David Lynch’s movie, The elephant Man, a story that a few decades later, exactly in 2014, he was able to star in himself, this time in the theater.

It is the living example that dreams are not gifted or rain from the sky, but thanks to those pebbles on the road it is that one grows and heals. When in 2005 he played the tyrant Zachary in The wedding crashers He had the opportunity to pour out all that anger that, for one thing or another, he was dragging along. The character was not the protagonist, but he became one of the most popular and the most hated! And although that opened doors for him and led to interesting opportunities like A rocker of balls O Bride by contractIt was not until 2009 that his Hollywood career did not take the triple somersault. His entrance to the temple of the stars was with Hangover in Las Vegas, the comedy directed by Todd Phillips that marked a before and after in his hectic life. Everything he had done before seemed anecdotal. Part II, in Thailand, and Part III followed, but neither had the same impact as the first.

The world fell at his feet, and his eyes. We discover a funny, resourceful and full of possibilities Brad. But not only us, he also realized what he could do. Just when he began to enjoy not only the honeys of a more mature success but the arrival of truly capricious roles in which he would even debut as a producer, life would have another trick for him: the death of his father. An episode that everyone experiences at some point in their life, but that in their case occurred, once again, as if it were a movie scene.

Charles Cooper, a successful stockbroker, died in his arms in 2011. The experience, far from traumatic as many of us might think, was so enriching and magical that, in his own words, it took a radical turn in his life. “It was everything, it was the greatest gift he gave me, well the second after bringing me into this life. That he allowed me to witness his death like that was gigantic”, He told Oprah Winfrey deeply moved. “His head was here (points to his arm) and literally when he took his last breath I felt like he was getting into me. I’ve never felt anything like it since then”, He described.

The death of his father filled him with life despite the pain of the loss of a loved one. From that moment on, his existence took on another meaning and he began to see things in a different way, much more pleasant and less tragic. “Changed everything“, Asserted the protagonist of The Sniper. Few experiences have been so unique, magical and special for the actor. Only one resembles him in his own words, and that is fatherhood. In 2017 the interpreter and his then partner, supermodel Irina Shayk, had their princess Lea.

It was another personal event that filled him with desire for everything and infinite illusions. This is how the Oscar-winning producer perceived it Joker -May we not forget this little great detail from your resume-. Swapping the roles from the scripts for diapers was transformative. “It changed everything. Our daughter is amazing and I see my father in her very often”He expressed to Ellen DeGeneres in an interview on his show. “It has helped me embrace my childish side without any fear of judgments “, he highlighted. Since then, like a child, he has enjoyed cartoons, meaningless games and everything that enhances innocence, the one that we should never completely lose.

His daughter not only awakened his most childish side, but also helped him in some way to develop his character Rocket with more enthusiasm in the second installment of Guardians of the Galaxy and in Avengers: Infinity war.

And, at this point in the game, Bradley has achieved much more than that insecure and fearful young man was capable of imagining. Actor, producer, director and father in love, what more could you ask for? Well, as we wear, an Oscar. Despite his 8 nominations for the golden statuette, this one resists him, and it will not be because of a job well done. The closest he got was with the one that Lady Gaga won for his song Shallow. An issue that may have worried you before, but not now. This frustrated military man and believer to the core no longer needs external recognition to be happy. He has more than shown that hers is more than just a pretty face and that awards are not always given to the best. Life’s achievements, in the end, are the most satisfying.

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Led by The Beatles, Rolling Stones and Dave Clark Five, among others, the British musical invasion was and is synonymous with a collection of songs that signed their pass into eternity. More than 300 bands from across the UK came together to bring to life an era of talent and rhythm that left a huge following around the world.

A concrete case of this is Kinks, led by brothers Ray and Dave Davies, who together with Peter Quaife and Mick Avory became part of the famous first British musical invasion. Hailing from a north London suburb, they formed in 1962 and were one of the leading rock-pop bands of the 1960s, 70s, and 80s at the time.

For some an electrifying band and for others just a band that fell by the wayside, The Kinks are much more than that: They were among the first to create concept albums together with The Who, in addition to having Ray’s great talent as a songwriter. Davies, today as one of the great composers of the entire genre.

They had great potential, but perhaps their mistake was to always be ahead in musical matters, which resulted in being little understood. The Kinks, however, have a series of songs that seem more like a personal diary told by dropper and among their themes there are elements that place them as they were precursors of Hard-Rock and Heavy Metal and influence for the formation of bands like Metallica, Van Halen or Black Sabbath.

Ray Davies formed The Ravens alongside his younger brother Dave and his high school friend Peter Quaife inspired by Rock and Roll stars like Chuck Berry and Eddie Cochran. The original line-up remained successful until 1969, but its bassist and founder Peter Quaife left their ranks and was even required by Eric Clapton when he was looking to train Cream.

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In turn, Dave Davies is the guilty guitarist for being a fundamental part of what would later become known as Hard-Rock and even Heavy-Metal or Garage-Rock. His insightful musical vision helped create “You Really Got Me,” written by his brother at the piano and which he transformed.

Shortly after its release, on October 2, 1964, the group recorded most of the tracks on their first album called Simply Kinks, which peaked at number 4 in the UK. The group’s fourth single, “All Day and All of the Night,” another original hard rock song, was released three weeks later and peaked at second in the UK, as well as seventh in the United States.

The Kinks toured Australia and New Zealand in January 1965 on a program that also featured Manfred Mann, Honeycombs, Yardbirds and Mickey Finn. Tensions began to rise between the band and manifested themselves in incidents such as a fight between Avory and Dave Davies on a theater stage. After finishing the first song, Davies insulted Avory and kicked the drums. Percussionist Avory responded and knocked him unconscious before fleeing the stage in fear of killing him. They took Davies away and in a hospital they put sixteen stitches on his head. To reassure the police, Avory later claimed that it was a new show where the band members threw their instruments at each other. After a tour of the United States in the middle of the year, the American Federation of Musicians revoked their permits to perform concerts there for the next four years, eliminating them from the main rock market at the height of the British invasion. Although neither The Kinks nor the agency gave a specific reason for the ban, it was attributed to their rude behavior on stage.

“Waterloo Sunset” was released in May 1967 and the lyrics consist of a story told by an observer that tells of a couple strolling along the River Thames. In his autobiography Ray Davies stated that “It was a fantasy about my sister going with her boyfriend to a new world, they were going to emigrate to another country.” Dave Davies later commented: “We spent a lot of time trying to get a new guitar sound, to give a unique feel to the song. In the end we used an echo effect, but it sounded new because no one had done it since the 1950s. The song was one of the group’s biggest hits in the UK; It reached number two and music critic Robert Christgau called it “the most beautiful song in English” and another, Thomas Erlewine, cited it as “probably the most beautiful song of the rock and roll era.”

From this moment on, the band went through good and bad periods, with the entry and exit of staff and praised albums, but others with a bad production and worse reception from critics. The band received the Ivor Novello Award for “Outstanding Service to British Music” and in 1990, their first year of eligibility, the original four members of The Kinks were inducted into the Rock Hall of Fame as well as the Rock Hall of Fame. UK Music Fame in November 2005.

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Led by The Beatles, Rolling Stones and Dave Clark Five, among others, the British musical invasion was and is synonymous with a collection of songs that signed their pass into eternity. More than 300 bands from across the UK came together to bring to life an era of talent and rhythm that left a huge following around the world.

A concrete case of this is Kinks, led by brothers Ray and Dave Davies, who together with Peter Quaife and Mick Avory became part of the famous first British musical invasion. Hailing from a north London suburb, they formed in 1962 and were one of the leading rock-pop bands of the 1960s, 70s, and 80s at the time.

For some an electrifying band and for others just a band that fell by the wayside, The Kinks are much more than that: They were among the first to create concept albums together with The Who, in addition to having Ray’s great talent as a songwriter. Davies, today as one of the great composers of the entire genre.

They had great potential, but perhaps their mistake was to always be ahead in musical matters, which resulted in being little understood. The Kinks, however, have a series of songs that seem more like a personal diary told by dropper and among their themes there are elements that place them as they were precursors of Hard-Rock and Heavy Metal and influence for the formation of bands like Metallica, Van Halen or Black Sabbath.

Ray Davies formed The Ravens alongside his younger brother Dave and his high school friend Peter Quaife inspired by Rock and Roll stars like Chuck Berry and Eddie Cochran. The original line-up remained successful until 1969, but its bassist and founder Peter Quaife left their ranks and was even required by Eric Clapton when he was looking to train Cream.

Listen and download the radio proposal in our TeVeo Channel

In turn, Dave Davies is the guilty guitarist for being a fundamental part of what would later become known as Hard-Rock and even Heavy-Metal or Garage-Rock. His insightful musical vision helped create “You Really Got Me,” written by his brother at the piano and which he transformed.

Shortly after its release, on October 2, 1964, the group recorded most of the tracks on their first album called Simply Kinks, which peaked at number 4 in the UK. The group’s fourth single, “All Day and All of the Night,” another original hard rock song, was released three weeks later and peaked at second in the UK, as well as seventh in the United States.

The Kinks toured Australia and New Zealand in January 1965 on a program that also featured Manfred Mann, Honeycombs, Yardbirds and Mickey Finn. Tensions began to rise between the band and manifested themselves in incidents such as a fight between Avory and Dave Davies on a theater stage. After finishing the first song, Davies insulted Avory and kicked the drums. Percussionist Avory responded and knocked him unconscious before fleeing the stage in fear of killing him. They took Davies away and in a hospital they put sixteen stitches on his head. To reassure the police, Avory later claimed that it was a new show where the band members threw their instruments at each other. After a tour of the United States in the middle of the year, the American Federation of Musicians revoked their permits to perform concerts there for the next four years, eliminating them from the main rock market at the height of the British invasion. Although neither The Kinks nor the agency gave a specific reason for the ban, it was attributed to their rude behavior on stage.

“Waterloo Sunset” was released in May 1967 and the lyrics consist of a story told by an observer that tells of a couple strolling along the River Thames. In his autobiography Ray Davies stated that “It was a fantasy about my sister going with her boyfriend to a new world, they were going to emigrate to another country.” Dave Davies later commented: “We spent a lot of time trying to get a new guitar sound, to give a unique feel to the song. In the end we used an echo effect, but it sounded new because no one had done it since the 1950s. The song was one of the group’s biggest hits in the UK; It reached number two and music critic Robert Christgau called it “the most beautiful song in English” and another, Thomas Erlewine, cited it as “probably the most beautiful song of the rock and roll era.”

From this moment on, the band went through good and bad periods, with the entry and exit of staff and praised albums, but others with a bad production and worse reception from critics. The band received the Ivor Novello Award for “Outstanding Service to British Music” and in 1990, their first year of eligibility, the original four members of The Kinks were inducted into the Rock Hall of Fame as well as the Rock Hall of Fame. UK Music Fame in November 2005.

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For Hollywood celebrities, your character’s costume can be a great support or martyrdom during filming.

At times it is so heavy and hot that it is hell to wear, while at other times it is so revealing that it makes actresses uncomfortable.

Here we show you 6 actors and actresses who hated the costumes of their most iconic characters.

#1 Jennifer Lawrence

In an interview with Jimmy Fallon, Jennifer Lawrence commented that the process to transform into Mystique for the X-Men saga was very exhausting, as it could take up to eight hours.

As if that were not enough, the first time they applied the blue makeup, she had such a severe allergic reaction that they had to call a doctor. From then on, the production decided that he had to wear a special suit from the neck down.

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#2 Jim Carrey

For the public, the film of El Grinch It was great, but for Jim Carrey the experience was not so pleasant.

The actor explained that putting on the green suit took up to 8 and a half hours in a process similar to being buried alive.

To help Carrey, the production hired an expert to train the actor’s body to handle so much stress.

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#3 Elizabeth Olsen

Scarlet Witch is one of Marvel’s main heroines and Elizabeth Olsen is very proud of it. Of course, except for a complaint he has about the suit he used in Avengers: Infinity War.

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In an interview with Elle, the actress was frank about how uncomfortable the costume in that movie caused her.

Olsen explained that the corset neckline was too low for her liking, something she has seen on various heroines in the comics. In his opinion, times have changed and it was time to do something about it.

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Fortunately for Elizabeth, the producers listened to her and in WandaVision She wears a superhero costume that is spectacular.

#4 Scarlett Johansson

Black Widow’s first appearance in the MCU was in the movie Iron Man 2. There the SHIELD agent had the obligation to investigate Tony Stark to find out if he was material for the Avengers.

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Shortly before the world premiere of Black WidowScarlett Johansson reflected on her character’s evolution, according to US Magazine.

«I have a much different and more evolved understanding of myself, I am in a different place in my life»

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“All this is related to this departure from the type of hypersexualization of this character”

“I look back at Iron Man 2 and while it was a lot of fun and had a lot of great moments, the character is so sexualized, you know?”

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For Scarlett, her costume in that movie and in The Avengers She highlighted parts of her body that sexualized her a lot, something that changed over time.

#5 Kit Harington

In an interview with Stephen Colbert, the star of Game of ThronesKit Harington commented that the cape she wore on the show weighed about a ton and didn’t smell good at all.

For his martyrdom, the cloak grew heavier to reflect Jon Snow’s increasing burden.

#6 Matthew Lewis

For Matthew Lewis, there were two particularly difficult things about filming Harry Potter, the scenes in the Great Hall (with food that sometimes smelled bad) and having to wear a thick, warm suit to play Neville.

“There are girls around; I wear this fat suit every day … no one knows I’m wearing this damn thing,” Lewis commented.

His friend Alfred Enoch (Dean Thomas), noted that Matthew was always attractive. Still the prosthetics and bad haircuts needed to play Neville hid it very well.

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For Hollywood celebrities, your character’s costume can be a great support or martyrdom during filming.

At times it is so heavy and hot that it is hell to wear, while at other times it is so revealing that it makes actresses uncomfortable.

Here we show you 6 actors and actresses who hated the costumes of their most iconic characters.

#1 Jennifer Lawrence

In an interview with Jimmy Fallon, Jennifer Lawrence commented that the process to transform into Mystique for the X-Men saga was very exhausting, as it could take up to eight hours.

As if that were not enough, the first time they applied the blue makeup, she had such a severe allergic reaction that they had to call a doctor. From then on, the production decided that he had to wear a special suit from the neck down.

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#2 Jim Carrey

For the public, the film of El Grinch It was great, but for Jim Carrey the experience was not so pleasant.

The actor explained that putting on the green suit took up to 8 and a half hours in a process similar to being buried alive.

To help Carrey, the production hired an expert to train the actor’s body to handle so much stress.

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#3 Elizabeth Olsen

Scarlet Witch is one of Marvel’s main heroines and Elizabeth Olsen is very proud of it. Of course, except for a complaint he has about the suit he used in Avengers: Infinity War.

scarlet witch en avengers infinity war wanda
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In an interview with Elle, the actress was frank about how uncomfortable the costume in that movie caused her.

Olsen explained that the corset neckline was too low for her liking, something she has seen on various heroines in the comics. In his opinion, times have changed and it was time to do something about it.

elizabeth olsen hollywood actress
Charley Gallay / Getty Images

Fortunately for Elizabeth, the producers listened to her and in WandaVision She wears a superhero costume that is spectacular.

#4 Scarlett Johansson

Black Widow’s first appearance in the MCU was in the movie Iron Man 2. There the SHIELD agent had the obligation to investigate Tony Stark to find out if he was material for the Avengers.

black widow marvel mcu oficial
Marvel Studios

Shortly before the world premiere of Black WidowScarlett Johansson reflected on her character’s evolution, according to US Magazine.

«I have a much different and more evolved understanding of myself, I am in a different place in my life»

scarlett johansson 3
Jason Merritt/TERM vía Getty Images North America

“All this is related to this departure from the type of hypersexualization of this character”

“I look back at Iron Man 2 and while it was a lot of fun and had a lot of great moments, the character is so sexualized, you know?”

black widow la pelicula marvel mcu 0
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For Scarlett, her costume in that movie and in The Avengers She highlighted parts of her body that sexualized her a lot, something that changed over time.

#5 Kit Harington

In an interview with Stephen Colbert, the star of Game of ThronesKit Harington commented that the cape she wore on the show weighed about a ton and didn’t smell good at all.

For his martyrdom, the cloak grew heavier to reflect Jon Snow’s increasing burden.

#6 Matthew Lewis

For Matthew Lewis, there were two particularly difficult things about filming Harry Potter, the scenes in the Great Hall (with food that sometimes smelled bad) and having to wear a thick, warm suit to play Neville.

“There are girls around; I wear this fat suit every day … no one knows I’m wearing this damn thing,” Lewis commented.

His friend Alfred Enoch (Dean Thomas), noted that Matthew was always attractive. Still the prosthetics and bad haircuts needed to play Neville hid it very well.

Do you know other actors who have not had a good time with their character costumes? Share what you know in the comments.

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