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Ghana Movie Industry…The Story So Far ! (Part 2 of 2)










The actor, as a mark of his support, has also featured in the upcoming film Nan Life Ali's trailer. The film has Anish Tejashwar and Sindhu Lokanath in the lead roles. In the trailer, which has got more than one lakh this one views online, Puneet says, "Nan Lifeali nanu Sonthashavagidine, Kushkushiyagidine. Evnu lifeali en aguthe nodonna ade nan life ali ." The actor was also present during the launch of the movie Madarangi, which had newcomers Sunil Nagappa and Sushma Raj in the lead roles. Puneeth was also spotted in the audio release function of the upcoming movie Coffee With My Wife. The actor has also featured in view site... another song titled Kaali Quarter Botlu from the upcoming movie Victory, which was released on YouTube . The movie has Sharan and Asmith Sood in the lead roles and is directed by debutant Nanda Kishore. <br>Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/regional/kannada/news-interviews/Puneeth-Rajkumar-supports-new-comers-movie/articleshow/21482308.cms







This year, Erykah Badu tops the billing, as well as DAngelo, who has been rewarding long-suffering fans on his comeback tour. Busta Rhymes, Hiatus Kaiyote, Black Alley Band and Rare Essence, known to hometown fans as the Wickedest Band Alive, round out the lineup at Merriweather Post Pavilion . America Hearts plays jangling, tuneful indie rock in the mold of a younger, female-fronted Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers. Teen Girl Scientist Monthly is a six-person Brooklyn band whose Summer Skin is a sharp blast of seasonal power pop. This pairing on the Black Cat s main stage should inspire plenty of dancing. Sunday, August 4 In many ways, the Wonderland Ballroom was the perfect bar for Columbia Heights in 2004. <br>Source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/going-out-guide/wp/2013/07/30/nightlife-agenda-local-cocktails-local-bands-and-a-local-80s-movie/







The actor appeared on the Howard Stern Show recently and revealed that he was asked "to play a villain in one of these Marvel Comics movies." He added, "I wasn't available, they wanted me to work a certain time. And because of my wife's pregnancy, I had to turn down two films this summer that I wanted to do." Baldwin wouldn't name the Marvel movie he was up for, so we're left with no choice but to guess. But there are so many possible combinations, that it's impossible to figure out who he was up for. Maybe it was Robert Redford's role in "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" as S.H.I.E.L.D. director Alexander Pierce, or Peter Dinklage's Sentinel-building Bolivar Trask in "X-Men: homepage Days of Future Past." Perhaps Baldwin was eyed to play Norman Osborn instead of Chris Cooper in "The Amazing Spider-Man 2." And what about the possibility that Marvel wanted Baldwin for Thanos, first teased in "Guardians of the Galaxy" before making a greater appearance down the line? Baldwin refused to answer the question publicly, but said he'd tell Stern off-camera. So, you know who to hound for answers. <br>Source: http://splashpage.mtv.com/2013/07/29/alec-baldwin-marvel-movie-villain/







There still are people who are passionate about the movie industry and striving to put it on the world map. One of such is Kobi Ranahis immense contribution to the industry is unparallel to his age. Hes been able to rub shoulders with and dine with the stalwarts in the industry. His stupendous style is pronounced in his impeccable language and incredible twists and suspense. His recently premiered movie Hotel Babylon will make Ghana proud at the next AMAA. This has been the yesterday and today of the Ghana movie Industry. <br>Source: http://www.spyghana.com/ghana-movie-industrythe-story-so-far-part-2-of-2/





Jewelry heist in Cannes fit for a movie



"I'm not talking about somebody knocking on the head of an old lady to pinch her purse. There they are very often organized gangs," Pageon said. "They plan it like a military operation. It's a film scenario so, of course it happens in Cannes." A picture shows the Intercontinental Carlton Hotel on March 24, 2009, in Cannes on the French Riviera. / VALERY HACHE/AFP/Getty Images During this year's famous film festival, robbers ripped a safe out of a hotel room, making off with a million dollars other in Chopard jewels meant to add sparkle to Hollywood A-listers. Thieves also somehow managed to slip security and snatch a necklace worth $2.6 million. French journalist Daniel Pageon / CBS News Sunday's brazen theft, the second largest in French go!! history, rivals one in Belgium earlier this year where thieves bagged $50 million dollars in diamonds at the airport. <br>Source: http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-18563_162-57595868/jewelry-heist-in-cannes-fit-for-a-movie/



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