Past and present collide in Robert Zemeckis' 2000 adventure drama about destiny and human survival. The film stars Tom Hanks as Chuck Noland, a career-driven FedEx executive who sets off on a huge job assignment on Christmas Eve. Moments later, his plane crash lands in the South Pacific, leaving Chuck stranded alone on a deserted, remote island, miles away from human civilization. Uncertain about the future, Chuck will have to depend on his survival instincts and creativity to find some semblance of normal life. Will he ever get the chance to reunite with the love of his life, his fiancée Kelly Frears (Helen Hunt)? … [Read more...] about 11 Movies To Get You In The Mood For Summer
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According to the official release of the CIFI document on the apex bank’s website,the initiative was borne out of the committee’s conviction that the entertainment sector holds the key to job creation, poverty reduction and inclusive growth. However, what is not clear is how many industry operators have accessed the loan so far. But from indications, there’s need for the present administration to work the talk. While some government agencies like the NFC have high projections for a better film production outing for Nigeria in year 2020, the outbreak of corona virus pandemic has forestalled such projections. … [Read more...] about Entertainment industry in 5 years: More talks, more promises, more committees!
“Denver’s always been culturally worried that it was a backwater and not up to snuff with other cultural-minded cities, so there’s a bit of boosterism here,” Noel said. “I remember talking to Mayor (Federico) Peña about how it really helps us in recruiting people. Having an impressive arts complex, which is the third-largest in terms of seats behind the Kennedy Center and Lincoln Center, gives us bragging rights.” … [Read more...] about What the new CEO of the Denver Center for Performing Arts is up against
Practically every employment sector posted a year-to-year decline in the number of jobs. Leisure and hospitality was the hardest-hit sector, shedding 18,600 jobs, a nearly 46% decrease. Department store jobs fell by 500, or 41.7%, as chains such as Macy’s and J.C. Penney were temporarily shut down. Construction jobs dropped by 7,600, or 14.4%. … [Read more...] about Baton Rouge drops 52,800 jobs during first full month of pandemic shutdown
In a way, it gets closer to a much more lifelike source of evil, as opposed to a filmic bad guy. Rather than someone reveling in his own badness. People tend to do the most harm in the pursuit of good aims. That can often be the case. We’re all the hero of our own story, obviously. But often the most damaging things can come from people who are really driven by what can start off as noble intentions, but the means don’t really match up to the goal. It’s much more interesting to play that. There’s nothing wrong with playing a sort of pantomime, campy villain, as long as that’s what you’re setting out to do. This was never meant to be that, so I wanted to try and bring as much complexity to it as possible. … [Read more...] about Michael Sheen Talks Getting Inside a Cult Leader’s Head and His ‘Long Love Affair’ With Neil Gaiman