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Ridhima Sud, who will be making her debut with Zoya Akhtar’s Dil Dhadakne Do, is certainly looking forward to spreading her wings beyond the big banners. The girl has recently signed a 3 film deal with Shoojit Sarkar and John Abraham’s co production. That’s not all, she has already finished shooting for the first of the three slated releases and will be seen in the lead.
When asked Ridhima about it, she confirmed the news saying, “Yes! I’ve already finished shooting for the first one of the three. And I am reading scripts for the future projects. It should be out this year after Dil Dhadakne Do. Shooting for this other film was very different experience from shooting Zoya’s film but fun nevertheless.”
Ridhima Sud has already made her international innings and her Hollywood debut with the Oscar nominated, Ballad of Rustom. This talented actress is »
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"Henry [VIII] as a brand, is right up there with Coca Cola," Damian Lewis said, of the oft-portrayed Tudor king he plays in PBS’s six-part miniseries Wolf Hall. "My vanity will always relish a challenge," Lewis said, of trying to turn in a fresh performance of the historical figure. "In fact, that probably encourages me." Not so fresh, maybe, were his answers to question about his character, on stage this morning at Winter TV Press Tour 2015; his “syphilitic… »
- Lisa de Moraes
“If ever there was a masterpiece on ‘Masterpiece,’ this is it,” Rebecca Eaton, exec producer of PBS’ “Masterpiece,” said at Monday’s Television Critics Assn. panel for “Wolf Hall.” The six-part miniseries, based on Hilary Mantel’s book and its sequel “Bring Up the Bodies,” stars “Homeland’s” Damian Lewis, Mark Rylance and Claire Foy.
Lewis, whose character, Nicholas Brody, was killed off in Showtime’s hit, for which he won an Emmy, said King Henry VIII is a part he’s excited to tackle.
“My vanity will always relish a challenge,” Lewis said. “In fact, that probably encourages me.”
Assuring the room of reporters he’s not afraid to take on such a weighty role, Lewis said, “There’s a real opportunity to look differently at a period of history that is loved and well known.” He’s also excited to bring new light to the “syphilitic, philandering Elvis people think [King Henry VIII] is. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
On December 31st, Edm’s two hottest producers, Skrillex and Diplo, stormed into Madison Square Garden for what was a spectacular show. If you were there in person, or caught the livestream on Yahoo!, you’re already well aware that this was hands down one of the hottest events of 2014. If, however, you missed out on the action, three sets from the concert have been uploaded to the internet for your listening pleasure.
Both Skrillex and Diplo’s sets are now online, as is the duo’s Jack Ü set, and you can listen to all three below. An exciting blend of hip-hop, trap, dubstep and more, the electrifying performances offer up music both old and new, with a number of unreleased tracks sneaking their way into the mix.
You can check out everything for yourself below (as well as the tracklist for the Jack Ü set), and then let »
- Matt Joseph
4 items from 2015
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