Our health is the most precious thing that we have and we have to take care of it to live long and healthy. Sometimes, we just fall for temptations and start a life with bad habits – from smoking, do drinking alcohol and drug abuse, to eating enormous amounts of pizza and drinking carbonated drinks. The movie industry is known to be highly influential. Therefore, movies about health that offer education on how to live healthier are worthy of our time. We present to you the most influential movies that will make you think twice about your bad habits that could cost you a life.
For the last decade, comic book adaptations have been gracing our screens large and small, changing the film industry and launching the careers of some of the most famous film stars of this generation. It isn’t just film stars getting their big break in comic book movies, however; musicians have been launched into the mainstream by both Marvel and DC, both of whom seem to be holding the torch for a more progressive entertainment industry.
Who hasn’t heard about Shakespeare, right? Most of us have read various plays of Shakespeare, such as Macbeth in our schools and colleges, and several of us have even performed in school plays. The best thing about Shakespeare is that it is even more magical to see it on the screen and being performed than reading it on your own.
There is a long-standing debate over the impact of cinema over people. Some believe that the film industry makes younger generations behave or act in a certain way. There are movies that made us more aware and are considered catalysts for social change. But, there are also films that make people behave in an irrational or wrong way. So, is cinema positive or negative for young generations like students?
Music lovers everywhere have been missing out on live events and concerts due to the current issues facing the world in the last few months. But you don’t have to suffer in silence. With a bit of thinking and some hand tech, you can stream past gigs right in your living room on whichever is your streaming service of choice. While the experience can’t be 100% recreated, hopefully, these tips will get you close enough to the real thing for now, until musical life is back to normal.
In an exclusive interview for PageSix’s ‘We Hear’ podcast, Sharknado star Tara Reid spoke about life in quarantine in Los Angeles. She revealed that not only is she sharing her lockdown with her boyfriend, but also her best friends, John and Edward, aka Jedward, who have an apartment in the same building as her.
The Caped Crusader is back! The Batman is the first live-action film to centre around the masked crimefighter since 2012’s The Dark Knight Rises. And fans of Gotham’s number one superhero are starting to get excited as the first details of the film begin to emerge. Here’s a look at everything we know about The Batman so far.
Written and produced by Anderson .Paak, Ludwig Göransson, and Justin Timberlake, ‘Don’t Slack’ is from the soundtrack for the Dreamworks motion picture film, ‘Trolls World Tour’. The soundtrack, out through RCA Records, is set for release this Friday, 13 March, while the film arrives in cinemas on 17 April. Pre-order the soundtrack for ‘Trolls World Tour’ now.
Fans of James Bond will have to wait a few months more until they can see the final outing of Daniel Craig as Agent 007.
To borrow the title of another James Bond film, it seems he will have to ‘Die Another Day’, as the global release of ‘No Time To Die’ has been pushed back until November this year because of fears that the current outbreak of Covid-19 will affect ticket sales around the world. Tweeting today, MGM, Universal, and producers Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli announced that the film would no longer be scheduled for its April theatrical release, but would rather hit cinemas in the U.K. on November 12, and worldwide on the 25th of that month.
It’s no secret that trends in music, fashion, art, and technology are often influenced by real-world events. There have been countless studies on the ways in which major events and discoveries such as the moon landing, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and even Watergate have influenced broader cultural trends. That’s why it pays to be able to spot developments that have the potential to spark the next big “thing” in popular culture.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Lucasfilm and director J.J. Abrams’ riveting, inspiring conclusion of the seminal Skywalker saga, electrified audiences around the globe, earning more than a billion dollars worldwide. Soon fans can complete their collections when Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker arrives digitally in HD and 4K Ultra HD™ on April 13th, two weeks before it lands physically in 4K Ultra HD™, Blu-ray™, 3D Blu-ray™ and DVD on April 20.
Following last night’s captivating performance by Grammy-winners Billie Eilish and Hans Zimmer at the BRIT Awards, Decca Records announces the release of Zimmer’s first ever Bond score: the official soundtrack to the latest film in the James Bond saga, No Time To Die (2020). Released globally on 27 March 2020, the soundtrack promises high drama, glamour and, of course, the famous Bond “suspense” motif.