The story of the journalist from The French Chronicle who did not write

The journalist who never writes but wanders the newsroom reading, in a good mood, in Wes Anderson’s film The French Chronicle, is inspired by a real person. Joseph Mitchell, Magazine Editor The New YorkerFor 32 years, he appeared every day in the newsroom without publishing a single article during all that time. There is a … Read more

“Transformers: The Awakening of the Beasts”: Revelations of the Recordings That Made Cusco the “New Cybertron” | Rise of the Beasts | Anthony Ramos | Dominique Fishback | Steven Caple Jr. | Testimony | Truth | Short Story | EC Stories | LIGHTS

According to the criteria of Know more Cusco it became the center of the world again, although in this case the planet was Cybertron. This is due to the fact that the ‘imperial city’ has been for the last weeks the recording scene of “Transformers: Rise of the Beasts”(“ Transformers: The Awakening of the Beasts … Read more

The True Story Behind Delphine LaLaurie

American Horror Story’s season 3 evil 1800s figure, Delphine LaLaurie, was actually a real New Orleans socialite serial killer and torturer. While the immortal spell was fictional, American Horror Story: Coven’s character Delphine LaLaurie was actually based on a real-life New Orleans woman of the same name. AHS: Coven was the Ryan Murphy TV Show’s … Read more

Tom Holland Was Initially Skeptical of Spider-Man: No Way Home’s Story

Tom Holland recalls his initial reaction to Spider-Man: No Way Home, explaining why he doubted whether the idea would ever actually work. Tom Holland reveals his initial reaction to being pitched Spider-Man: No Way Home, admitting that he thought the idea was crazy at first. Of all the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe movies, from highly-anticipated … Read more

Marina Rheingantz: Suor at Bortolami Gallery, NYC (Video + Photo Story)

Installation view, Marina Rheingantz: Sweat at Bortolami, NYC. Installation view, Marina Rheingantz: Sweat at Bortolami, NYC. Installation view, Marina Rheingantz: Sweat at Bortolami, NYC. Installation view, Marina Rheingantz: Sweat at Bortolami, NYC. Marina Rheingantz, Teatro de Sombra, 2021, Oil on linen, 59 x 52 in (150 x 131cm) Marina Rheingantz, Suor, 2021, Oil on linen, … Read more

Charlize Theron, much more than an Oscar actress: the bitterest story and the most inspiring messages

The final countdown begins to welcome the great movie party. This Sunday, February 9, the most iconic faces of Hollywood will occupy the seats of the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles to celebrate the 92nd edition of the Oscar awards. One of the actresses who will not miss this appointment with the seventh art will … Read more

In Miss Marx, Susanna Nicchiarelli tells the story of Karl’s daughter

20/08/2020 – The costume biopic produced by Vivo Film with Tarantula celebrates one of the first women to have fought for women’s rights. In competition at the 2020 Venice Film Festival Romola Garai in Miss Marx (© Emanuela Scarpa) Brilliant, cultured, liberated and passionate, Eleanor is the youngest daughter of celebrated philosopher and economist Karl … Read more

Always Jane Docuseries Trailer Tells Transgender Teen Jane Noury’s Story

Follow Jane’s story as she balances school, life, and her dreams of becoming a model. Image via Amazon Prime Video has released the first trailer for their upcoming docuseries Always Jane. The intimate series revolves around transgender teen Jane Noury and her family as she prepares for college along to follow her ambition to become … Read more

The story of Tom Hiddleston, the most beloved villain on the screen – 04/11/2021

Exclusive content The note you are trying to access is exclusively for subscribers Subscribe me Know our plansand enjoy El País without limits. Get into If you are already a subscriber you canenter with your username and password. Tom Hiddleston dancing. Look for. About 275,000 results in 0.60 seconds. And only in Spanish. There it … Read more