This week’s “Just for diversity“
is NTR Jr Closer to joining the MCU? As I first told you on last week’s “Just for Variety,” the “RRR” star said she’d love to do a Marvel movie. Well, I’m doing my part to make it happen. I introduced NTR Jr. to the top executives of Marvel Studios Victoria Alonso Jan. 10 at Billboard’s official Golden Globes after-party. The two only chatted for a moment, but let’s hope it’s the start of something big. Just hours ago, the “RRR” co-star Ram Charan Told me that he would also be up for a superhero role. “Of course,” he said with a big smile. “Captain America! Why not? We have amazing superheroes in India too. Why not invite one of our superheroes to come here?
don’t look for no bill On Broadway or the West End anytime soon. “I don’t think you’ll ever see me on stage again,” the British actor, who was favored to pick up an Oscar nom for his work in “Living,” told me. “I’ve done enough. I’ve done a lot of drama.”
Nighy has appeared in more than 25 plays since making his stage debut in 1969 in the UK production of Tennessee Williams’ “The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here.” He took home a Tony for “Skylight” in 2015. “There’s no play in existence that I’d burn to do,” she says. “Maybe there is a play that no one has yet written that I would find irresistible, but I can’t imagine what it would be.”
Who is Quan? Being the king of Hollywood. The “Everything Everywhere All at Once” star is a non-stop award winner for her work in Daniels’ action comedy.
His excitement is contagious. She is living her best life. “During a commercial break [at the Golden Globes]I ran up Brad Pitt Because I’m a huge fan of hers,” Kwan told me at the BAFTA Tea Party at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills. “I told him, ‘I love you. I saw your movie, but he recognized me! He knew who I was and it was pretty incredible.
Quan also remembered Steven Spielberg In the audience as he accepted his Globe for “Everything”. “What you didn’t see on the telecast was after I gave my speech… I looked at him and he gave me a standing ovation,” Kwan said. “The most successful director of all time gave me a standing ovation!”
Kwan’s co-star Michelle Yeh Gave me an update on his upcoming work in the movie “Wicked”. I was the first to report that she had joined the cast of Madame Morrible. “I’ll go next week,” she said. However, he won’t be singing right now. “I do other things first and then I will learn music properly,” he said with a smile.
Exclusive: Gaspar noIts 2019 film “Irreversible: Straight Cut” is finally hitting US theaters. “Irreplaceable” premiered at Cannes in 2002; After 17 years, the director reconfigures the controversial play for a new premiere in Venice. He acted in the film Monika Belluki, Vincent Castle And Albert DupontelIt’s set to open February 10 nationwide, including at the IFC Center in New York City and the Landmark’s Nuart Theater in LA.
Celebrity swells for support Andrea Riseborough Trying to rebuild his life as a director for his performances as an alcoholic and a drug addict Michael Morris“To Leslie.” Gwyneth Paltrow, Demi Moore And The name is special Screenings are hosted, and Sarah Paulson One of the many brave-faced names to praise the film on social media. “It’s really everything,” Riseborough tells me. “I often think that what people don’t realize about awards season is that very few things are served. It’s incredible how many things — important stories and wonderful films and brilliant performances — just slip through the net and don’t really have a life. It’s wonderful to have your community rally around you in this way. I think people are relieved to see something shot on film and that too is a character-driven piece.”
Incredibly, “To Leslie” was filmed in just 18 days in Los Angeles during the height of the pandemic, with Riseborough shooting 10 scenes in one day.
I was on a Zoom video call with it Idina Menzel was talking about his upcoming musical “Redwood” when I broke the happy news that his “Uncut James” co-star Adam Sandler Nominated for a SAG Award for her work on Netflix’s “Hustle.” Like many others, Menzel thinks it’s long overdue for Sandler’s Oscar. “He should have gotten one for ‘Uncut Gems,'” he said. “And now he’s so great on ‘Hustle.’ He’s the real deal. I’ve seen it up close. But you know, comedians have it tough. People just don’t want to lend a hand. [Oscars] to them He’s a real real actor and a real man.”