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Critics Choice Awards full list of winners: RRR wins Best Foreign Language film

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After bagging a Golden Globe award for best song, SS Rajamouli’s blockbuster Telugu film RRR has registered a double win at the 28th Critics Choice Awards. The film won the Critics Choice Award for Best Song for the hit Ram Charan and Jr NTR dance number, Naatu Naatu, and also for the Best Foreign language film. The event was held Los Angeles on Sunday (Monday in India). Also read: SS Rajamouli calls RRR Telugu film from south India, not Bollywood at US screening; divides Twitter: ‘This insult…’

Soon after, the official Twitter handle of RRR shared a video with the caption, “Naatu Naatu Again!! Extremely delighted to share that we won the #CriticsChoiceAwards for the BEST SONG #RRRMovie Here’s @mmkeeravaani’s acceptance speech!!”

Naatu Naatu composer MM Keeravani is heard saying in the video, “Thank you so much I am very overwhelmed with this award. I am here to receive this wonderful award by the critics. Thank you all the critics, on behalf of my chorographer, lyrics writer, my singers, my programmers and of course my director.”

The Twitter handle of Critics Choice Award had also shared a post congratulating the RRR team on the win. The tweet read: “Congratulations to the cast and crew of @RRRMovie- winners of the #criticschoice Award for Best Foreign Language Film. #CriticsChoiceAwards.”

Alia Bhatt also took to her Instagram Stories to express her happiness on the same. Sharing a tweet by RRR’s account which informed that James Cameron has also admired the film, Alia wrote, “Ufff what a beautiful morning!”

Here’s the full winners list:

Best Picture

Avatar: The Way of Water

Babylon

The Banshees of Inisherin

Elvis

WINNER: Everything Everywhere All at Once

The Fabelmans

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

RRR

Tár

Top Gun: Maverick

Women Talking

Best Actor

Austin Butler, Elvis

Tom Cruise, Top Gun: Maverick

Colin Farrell, The Banshees of Inisherin

WINNER: Brendan Fraser, The Whale

Paul Mescal, Aftersun

Bill Nighy, Living

Best Actress

WINNER: Cate Blanchett, Tár

Viola Davis, The Woman King

Danielle Deadwyler, Till

Margot Robbie, Babylon

Michelle Williams, The Fabelmans

Michelle Yeoh, Everything Everywhere All at Once

Best Supporting Actor

Paul Dano, The Fabelmans

Brendan Gleeson, The Banshees of Inisherin

Judd Hirsch, The Fabelmans

Barry Keoghan, The Banshees of Inisherin

WINNER: Ke Huy Quan, Everything Everywhere All at Once

Brian Tyree Henry, Causeway

Best Supporting Actress

WINNER: Angela Bassett, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Jessie Buckley, Women Talking

Kerry Condon, The Banshees of Inisherin

Jamie Lee Curtis, Everything Everywhere All at Once

Stephanie Hsu, Everything Everywhere All at Once

Janelle Monáe, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

Best Young Actor/Actress

Frankie Corio, Aftersun

Jalyn Hall, Till

WINNER: Gabriel LaBelle, The Fabelmans

Bella Ramsey, Catherine Called Birdy

Banks Repeta, Armageddon Time

Sadie Sink, The Whale

Best Acting Ensemble

The Banshees of Inisherin

Everything Everywhere All at Once

The Fabelmans

WINNER: Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

The Woman King

Women Talking

Best Director

James Cameron, Avatar: The Way of Water

Damien Chazelle, Babylon

Todd Field, Tár

Baz Luhrmann, Elvis

WINNER: Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, Everything Everywhere All at Once

Martin McDonagh, The Banshees of Inisherin

Sarah Polley, Women Talking

Gina Prince-Bythewood, The Woman King

S. S. Rajamouli, RRR

Steven Spielberg, The Fabelmans

Best Original Screenplay

Todd Field, Tár

WINNER: Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, Everything Everywhere All at Once

Martin McDonagh, The Banshees of Inisherin

Steven Spielberg, Tony Kushner, The Fabelmans

Charlotte Wells, Aftersun

Best Adapted Screenplay

Samuel D. Hunter, The Whale

Kazuo Ishiguro, Living

Rian Johnson, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

Rebecca Lenkiewicz, She Said

WINNER: Sarah Polley, Women Talking

Best Cinematography

Russell Carpenter, Avatar: The Way of Water

Roger Deakins, Empire of Light

Florian Hoffmeister, Tár

Janusz Kaminski, The Fabelmans

WINNER: Claudio Miranda, Top Gun: Maverick

Linus Sandgren, Babylon

Best Production Design

Hannah Beachler, Lisa K. Sessions, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Rick Carter, Karen O’Hara, The Fabelmans

Dylan Cole, Ben Procter, Vanessa Cole, Avatar: The Way of Water

Jason Kisvarday, Kelsi Ephraim, Everything Everywhere All at Once

Catherine Martin, Karen Murphy, Bev Dunn, Elvis

WINNER: Florencia Martin, Anthony Carlino, Babylon

Best Editing

Tom Cross, Babylon

Eddie Hamilton, Top Gun: Maverick

Stephen Rivkin, David Brenner, John Refoua, James Cameron, Avatar: The Way of Water

WINNER: Paul Rogers, Everything Everywhere All at Once

Matt Villa, Jonathan Redmond, Elvis

Monika Willi, Tár

Best Costume Design

WINNER: Ruth E. Carter, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Jenny Eagan, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

Shirley Kurata, Everything Everywhere All at Once

Catherine Martin, Elvis

Gersha Phillips, The Woman King

Mary Zophres, Babylon

Best Hair and Makeup

Babylon

The Batman

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

WINNER: Elvis

Everything Everywhere All at Once

The Whale

Best Visual Effects

WINNER: Avatar: The Way of Water

The Batman

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Everything Everywhere All at Once

RRR

Top Gun: Maverick

Best Comedy

The Banshees of Inisherin

Bros

Everything Everywhere All at Once

WINNER: Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

Triangle of Sadness

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

Best Animated Film

WINNER: Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

Marcel the Shell with Shoes On

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

Turning Red

Wendell & Wild

Best Foreign Language Film

All Quiet on the Western Front

Argentina, 1985

Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths

Close

Decision to Leave

WINNER: RRR

Best Song

“Carolina,” Where the Crawdads Sing

“Ciao Papa,” Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

“Hold My Hand,” Top Gun: Maverick

“Lift Me Up,” Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

WINNER: “Naatu Naatu,” RRR

“New Body Rhumba,” White Noise

Best Score

Alexandre Desplat, Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

Michael Giacchino, The Batman

WINNER: Hildur Guðnadóttir, Tár

Hildur Guðnadóttir, Women Talking

Justin Hurwitz, Babylon

John Williams, The Fabelmans

Best Drama Series

Andor (Disney+)

Bad Sisters (Apple TV+)

WINNER: Better Call Saul (AMC)

The Crown (Netflix)

Euphoria (HBO)

The Good Fight (Paramount+)

House of the Dragon (HBO)

Severance (Apple TV+)

Yellowstone (Paramount Network)

Best Actor in a Drama Series

Jeff Bridges – The Old Man (FX)

Sterling K. Brown – This Is Us (NBC)

Diego Luna – Andor (Disney+)

WINNER: Bob Odenkirk – Better Call Saul (AMC)

Adam Scott – Severance (Apple TV+)

Antony Starr – The Boys (Prime Video)

Best Actress In A Drama Series

Christine Baranski – The Good Fight (Paramount+)

Sharon Horgan – Bad Sisters (Apple TV+)

Laura Linney – Ozark (Netflix)

Mandy Moore – This Is Us (NBC)

Kelly Reilly – Yellowstone (Paramount Network)

WINNER: Zendaya – Euphoria (HBO)

Best Supporting Actor In A Drama Series

Andre Braugher – The Good Fight (Paramount+)

Ismael Cruz Córdova – The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power (Prime Video)

Michael Emerson – Evil (Paramount+)

WINNER: Giancarlo Esposito – Better Call Saul (AMC)

John Lithgow – The Old Man (FX)

Matt Smith – House of the Dragon (HBO)

Best Supporting Actress In A Drama Series

Milly Alcock – House of the Dragon (HBO)

Carol Burnett – Better Call Saul (AMC)

WINNER: Jennifer Coolidge – The White Lotus (HBO)

Julia Garner – Ozark (Netflix)

Audra McDonald – The Good Fight (Paramount+)

Rhea Seehorn – Better Call Saul (AMC)

Best Comedy Series

WINNER: Abbott Elementary (ABC)

Barry (HBO)

The Bear (FX)

Better Things (FX)

Ghosts (CBS)

Hacks (HBO Max)

Reboot (Hulu)

Reservation Dogs (FX)

Best Actor In A Comedy Series

Matt Berry – What We Do in the Shadows (FX)

Bill Hader – Barry (HBO)

Keegan-Michael Key – Reboot (Hulu)

Steve Martin – Only Murders in the Building (Hulu)

WINNER: Jeremy Allen White – The Bear (FX)

D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai – Reservation Dogs (FX)

Best Actress In A Comedy Series

Christina Applegate – Dead to Me (Netflix)

Quinta Brunson – Abbott Elementary (ABC)

Kaley Cuoco – The Flight Attendant (HBO Max)

Renée Elise Goldsberry – Girls5eva (Peacock)

Devery Jacobs – Reservation Dogs (FX)

WINNER: Jean Smart – Hacks (HBO Max)

Best Supporting Actor In A Comedy Series

Brandon Scott Jones – Ghosts (CBS)

Leslie Jordan – Call Me Kat (Fox)

James Marsden – Dead to Me (Netflix)

Chris Perfetti – Abbott Elementary (ABC)

Tyler James Williams – Abbott Elementary (ABC)

WINNER: Henry Winkler – Barry (HBO)

Best Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series

Paulina Alexis – Reservation Dogs (FX)

Ayo Edebiri – The Bear (FX)

Marcia Gay Harden – Uncoupled (Netflix)

Janelle James – Abbott Elementary (ABC)

Annie Potts – Young Sheldon (CBS)

WINNER: Sheryl Lee Ralph – Abbott Elementary (ABC)

Best Limited Series

WINNER: The Dropout (Hulu)

Gaslit (Starz)

The Girl from Plainville (Hulu)

The Offer (Paramount+)

Pam & Tommy (Hulu)

Station Eleven (HBO Max)

This Is Going to Hurt (AMC+)

Under the Banner of Heaven (FX)

Best Movie Made For Television

Fresh (Hulu)

Prey (Hulu)

Ray Donovan: The Movie (Showtime)

The Survivor (HBO)

Three Months (Paramount+)

WINNER: Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (The Roku Channel)

Best Actor In A Limited Series Or Movie Made For Television

Ben Foster – The Survivor (HBO)

Andrew Garfield – Under the Banner of Heaven (FX)

Samuel L. Jackson – The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey (Apple TV+)

WINNER: Daniel Radcliffe – Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (The Roku Channel)

Sebastian Stan – Pam & Tommy (Hulu)

Ben Whishaw – This is Going to Hurt (AMC+)

Best Actress In A Limited Series Or Movie Made For Television

Julia Garner – Inventing Anna (Netflix)

Lily James – Pam & Tommy (Hulu)

Amber Midthunder – Prey (Hulu)

Julia Roberts – Gaslit (Starz)

Michelle Pfeiffer – The First Lady (Showtime)

WINNER: Amanda Seyfried – The Dropout (Hulu)

Best Supporting Actor In A Limited Series Or Movie Made For Television

Murray Bartlett – Welcome to Chippendales (Hulu)

Domhnall Gleeson – The Patient (FX)

Matthew Goode – The Offer (Paramount+)

WINNER: Paul Walter Hauser – Black Bird (Apple TV+)

Ray Liotta – Black Bird (Apple TV+)

Shea Whigham – Gaslit (Starz)

Best Supporting Actress In A Limited Series Or Movie Made For Television

Claire Danes – Fleishman Is in Trouble (FX)

Dominique Fishback – The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey (Apple TV+)

Betty Gilpin – Gaslit (Starz)

Melanie Lynskey – Candy (Hulu)

WINNER: Niecy Nash-Betts – Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story (Netflix)

Juno Temple – The Offer (Paramount+)

Best Foreign Language Series

1899 (Netflix)

Borgen (Netflix)

Extraordinary Attorney Woo (Netflix)

Garcia! (HBO Max)

The Kingdom Exodus (MUBI)

Kleo (Netflix)

My Brilliant Friend (HBO)

WINNER: Pachinko (Apple TV+)

Tehran (Apple TV+)

Best Animated Series

Bluey (Disney+)

Bob’s Burgers (Fox)

Genndy Tartakovsky’s Primal (Adult Swim)

WINNER: Harley Quinn (HBO Max)

Star Trek: Lower Decks (Paramount+)

Undone (Prime Video)

Best Talk Show

The Amber Ruffin Show (Peacock)

Full Frontal with Samantha Bee (TBS)

The Kelly Clarkson Show (NBC)

WINNER: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC)

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen (Bravo)

Best Comedy Special

Fortune Feimster: Good Fortune (Netflix)

Jerrod Carmichael: Rothaniel (HBO)

Joel Kim Booster: Psychosexual (Netflix)

Nikki Glaser: Good Clean Filth (HBO)

WINNER: Norm Macdonald: Nothing Special (Netflix)

Would It Kill You to Laugh? Starring Kate Berlant & John Early (Peacock)

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Nysa Devgan can’t stop laughing, enjoys dessert as she poses with friends | Bollywood

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Nysa Devgan, daughter of actors Ajay Devgn and Kajol, attended an event with her friend Orhan Awatramani. Taking to Instagram on Saturday, Orhan shared a bunch of pictures that featured him at an event in Mumbai along with Nysa. Orhan was seen in a multi-coloured outfit and white sneakers. (Also Read | Nysa Devgan, Janhvi Kapoor’s bestie Orhan Awatramani answers internet’s burning question: What does he do for a living?)

In one of the pictures, Nysa was seen in an off-shoulder golden dress. She also carried a white bag. Nysa posed for the camera along with Orhan and their friend. In another picture, Nysa posed with a dessert plate as she sat with her friends including Orhan.

In a candid picture, Nysa laughed with her eyes closed as she walked with Orhan and another person. She was dressed in a yellow outfit and beige heels. Orhan added another blurry photo, from the same venue, as they all laughed while walking.

The last picture showed Nysa giving different poses as she sat with Orhan and Tania Shroff. Instead of a caption, Orhan added rabbit face emojis. Reacting to the pictures, Bhumi Pednekar commented, “Best boy” and Khushi Kapoor said, “Wowwww”. They also added red heart emojis. Janhvi Kapoor wrote, “Love ya.”

Nysa is the elder child of Ajay Devgn and Kajol. The couple married in 1999 after dating for several years. They also have a son Yug Devgan. Nysa was born on April 20, 2003, while the couple welcomed Yug seven years later.

She recently completed her schooling at Singapore’s Glion Institute of Higher Education. She is now continuing her higher education in Switzerland. Talking about his daughter’s career plans, Ajay had told Film Companion, “I don’t know if she wants to come into this line. To this moment she has shown disinterest. Anything can change anytime with children. She is abroad, she is studying right now.”

Nysa is often seen with Orhan as they attend events and also take trips together. Orhan regularly shares pictures with Nysa as well as Janhvi Kapoor and Khushi Kapoor on his Instagram.

Recently, talking to Cosmopolitan India, Orhan spoke about his job, “I’m sleeping or I’m working. I work very hard.” When asked if he has a 9 to 5 job, he answered, “No. I go to the gym and do a lot of self-reflection. Sometimes I do yoga, get a massage. You know, I’m working, but on myself.”

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In Palm Springs, two wedding guests stuck in a time loop fall in love, as wedding guests who get stuck in a time loop are wont to do. Sarah (Cristin Milioti) is trapped in the loop after an ill-fated encounter with Nyles (Andy Samberg), who has long since given up hope of escape (and of showing up to the ceremony in anything other than a Hawaiian shirt). But the movie doesn’t reveal exactly how long Nyles has been living the exact same day.

But screenwriter Andy Siara revealed in an interview that Nyles has been treading temporal water for decades. He told Decider, “I don’t know if I’m supposed to say exactly, but Nyles has [been] in there for over 40 years. There are versions of the script where — mainly when Sarah comes in — I put titles in of how much time has passed. The main thing I hope got across was that a lot of time had passed. A lifetime of memories has passed, basically.”

So that explains why Nyles doesn’t remember what he does for a living, and also, you know, all that despair.

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In an interview with Refinery29, 10 Things I Hate About You cowriter Karen McCullah said that the film’s title was inspired by a diary entry she wrote as a teenager.

McCullah said, “I found a high school diary, and I had a boyfriend at the time, and I had a list of all the things I hated about him.” When she told her collaborator Kirsten Smith about reading the diary for inspiration, Smith pointed out that it would make a “great movie title,” and the rest is teen movie history. About the poem/declaration of reluctant love itself, Smith said, “I was a poet in college, and the poem came from my love of writing poetry. We just leaned in to the list of it all from the title.”

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In Crazy Stupid Love, Jacob (Ryan Gosling) shows off his most impressive “move” to Hannah (Emma Stone): He talks about Dirty Dancing, then shows off his ability to do the film’s famous lift. According to Entertainment Weekly, Jacob’s move was inspired by one of Gosling’s own.

When Gosling met with the directing team and screenwriter, he recalled a time he did the Dirty Dancing lift on a date. Co-director John Requa told the outlet, “Me and [co-director] Glenn [Ficarra] turned to each other and said, ‘Okay, that’s going in the movie!’ He’s like, ‘No, you can’t put that in the movie.’ We put it in, much to his chagrin.”

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The engagement ring that Eleanor (Michelle Yeoh) gives to her son Nick (Henry Golding) to communicate her approval of Nick’s girlfriend Rachel (Constance Wu) in Crazy Rich Asians came from Yeoh’s personal jewelry collection.

Director Jon M. Chu told Vulture, “We had a ring designed already, and our mock-up looked so shitty that Michelle was like, ‘That cannot be the ring I wear.'” Yeoh suggested her own emerald ring, and Chu agreed that it was perfect.

Yeoh later wore the ring on the red carpet of the 2019 Golden Globes.

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During an appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Kumail Nanjiani explained that the role of his father in his semi-autobiographical romantic comedy The Big Sick was played by his actual father’s first choice: Anupam Kher, whom Nanjiani described as a “Bollywood legend” and compared to Robert De Niro.

While Nanjiani was doubtful they’d be able to book him, Kher ultimately accepted the role. Incredibly, The Big Sick was his 500th movie.

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Nia Vardalos, the star and screenwriter of My Big Fat Greek Wedding, told ABC News’ 20/20 that she took some of the lines in the movie from her real life and family, including the immortal “Greek women. We may be lambs in the kitchen, but we are tigers in the bedroom.”

Vardalos said that this was “something that my mother said to me while we were making chicken soup.” She went on, “So I threw up in my mouth. And then I wrote it down.”

Speaking of real-life inspirations, Vardolos said that her actual Aunt Voula “really does have a lump on the back of her neck that is her twin,” just like her onscreen counterpart, who is portrayed by Andrea Martin.

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In a Variety retrospective on The Princess Bride, Robin Wright, who played Buttercup, told a sweet story about working with Andre the Giant, aka the giant with a heart of gold, Fezzik.

Wright said, “We’re in the middle of the forest, and we’d be standing next to each other in our costumes, and it’s freaking cold and wet. He put his hands on my head literally to keep me warm from shivering. His hands covered my whole head. The heat from his hand was like an electric blanket.” She added that the “sweet and thoughtful” Andre always offered her his coat if she didn’t have hers.

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In an interview with ComingSoon.net, Nancy Meyers, the writer and director of The Holiday, said that she wanted to cast Jack Black as one of the film’s romantic leads after being impressed by his performance in School of Rock.

Meyers explained, “I saw School of Rock, and I just adored him; I thought he popped off the screen. He spoke to me as an audience member. I just thought, This guy is so great with these kids. That was a really hard performance, great movie, and he was spectacular in it.”

Meyers added that when Black bumped into her on set and apologized for the “boob graze,” she “just laughed so hard” and ended up writing the moment into the script.

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That moment where Peter spins Lara Jean around by the pocket of her jeans in To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before? That was all Noah Centineo.

Director Susan Johnson told Entertainment Tonight, “He did it in the rehearsal and I was like, ‘That is beautiful, we’re going to change the shot around!’ He’s a natural flirt, so he knew what he was doing.”

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In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, When Harry Met Sally director Rob Reiner talked about the film’s initial, less romantic ending.

Reiner said, “Initially they weren’t going to get together. We had it where time goes by, they run into each other in the street…and then they walk in opposite directions. I’d been single for 10 years after having been married for 10 years, and I just couldn’t figure out how it would work again.”

According to EW, Reiner changed the ending when he met his future wife, Michele Singer, while the film was in production.

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Fire Island screenwriter and star Joel Kim Booster told Entertainment Tonight that his costar Bowen Yang got to choose the song he performed in a karaoke sequence. He went with Britney Spears’s “Sometimes.”

Booster said, “I asked Bowen for a list of songs he’d be comfortable singing, and ‘Sometimes’ was sort of the top choice. And we were able to get it.”

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Set It Up director Claire Scanlon told Entertainment Tonight about a joke in Katie Silberman’s screenplay that was ultimately cut from the final version of the movie, despite the fact that when she first read it, it was what made her think, Oh, I have to do this movie.

In the setup for the joke, Harper, the main character, portrayed by Zoey Deutch, complains about being ghosted to her love interest’s roommate Duncan, a gay man played by Pete Davidson. Scanlon said, “Duncan tries to make her feel better, and Harper looks at Duncan and takes his hand very emotionally and says, ‘I wish it was the ’50s and you had to pretend to be straight and we had a passionless and confusing marriage.’ And he says, ‘Simpler times.'”

She went on, “I thought that was really funny, that one couplet. Of course, it was the opposite of simpler times, and no one would want to go back in time to that time. But it showed how she clicked with Duncan, and I really liked that relationship, [but] we just didn’t have time. “

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When the cast of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World underwent training to re-create comic book–style action, director Edgar Wright got in on the fun.

Wright told the Hollywood Reporter, “I have this thing where I wouldn’t make the actors do anything that I wouldn’t do, so if there were any rigs, like flying up in the air, I would do it and sometimes video myself, or do it in front of Michael [Cera].”

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And finally: She’s the Man director Andy Fickman told E! News that when Channing Tatum auditioned for the role of Duke, Fickman immediately realized that the relatively inexperienced actor in front of him was going to become very, very famous.

Fickman recalled, “I clearly remember — and I think I still have it somewhere — on my casting sheet, as he was talking, I was writing in crazy scribbles, ‘Star…star…star.’ I remember everyone else was crazy-scribbling ‘Star.'”

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Sidharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani’s Sangeet playlist out

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One of the most talked about topics currently on the internet is the wedding of popular Bollywood couple Sidharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani who are reportedly tying the knot on February 6 in Jaisalmer. The couple met on the sets of Shershaah and fell in love with each other.

Despite not confirming their relationship and keeping the long-awaited wedding on wraps, the information about their wedding has been going viral and creating a frenzy among the fans.

According to reports, Sidharth Malhotra and Kiara Advani are getting married in an intimate ceremony in Suryagarh Palace. The couple is reported to have their pre-wedding rituals such as Haldi, sangeet, and mehendi on February 4 and February 5, 2023. 

Kiara Advani, Sidharth Malhotra

For Sangeet, the family members of both Sidharth and Kiara have reportedly organised special performances. Reports also suggest that various popular songs such as Kala Chashma and Nachde Ne Saare from Baar Baar Dekho, Bijlee, Rangisari from Jug Jugg Jeeyo, Disco Deewane from Student Of The Year and other songs will be played for the sangeet ceremony.

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