This documentary, which won an Oscar, tells the story of a Chinese billionaire who opened a factory in a former General Motors plant and hired 2,000 people. It was billed as ‘early days of hope and optimism give way to setbacks as high-tech China clashes with working-class America’.
Another fan suggested: “I was leaning towards injury as well, but I figured celestials couldn’t really get injured (or stay injured) unless it was caused by a celestial weapon (like Maze’s blades, for example).”
Body language expert, Judi James told The Express: “Immersing himself in a cause he loves, Harry also shows signs of his immersion in a US lifestyle here, adopting the traces of an American accent when he pronounces ‘matter’ as ‘madder’ before showing us some signature moves that he appears to have mirrored from Meghan, like […]
#DanceNotWar: Dancing in Jaffa (Hulu, August 12) Tired of hearing bad news about the Middle East? So are we. So here’s a documentary about Jewish and Arab children dancing together in Jaffa, Israel. The film follows a workshop led by Pierre Dulaine, who was also featured in the documentary Mad Hot Ballroom and was portrayed […]
When Netflix announced it was reviving the 2001 cult comedy film Wet Hot American Summer as a prequel, fans asked why its creators weren’t picking up where the film leaves off, when the characters say in the original film that they will meet again in 10 years.
Without giving too much away (though there are slight spoilers ahead!), the climax of Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp involves a rock star climbing on a roof, à la Almost Famous, and delivering a showstopping rendition of “Higher and Higher.” The moment is perhaps the biggest Easter egg for fans of the […]
Production was different this time around. They had shot the original film over the course of a month at a real sleepaway camp in Honesdale, Pennsylvania, where the cast slept in bunks at the camp infirmary and partied with beer from the local Wal-Mart. It rained every day. For the series, however, they filmed on […]
Cristina Rodlo (Miss Bala) and Marc Menchaca (The Outsider) have been set as leads in the story of an immigrant in search of the American dream who, after being forced to take a room in a boarding house, finds herself in a nightmare she can’t escape.
Netflix will also want access to the Prince’s pulling power and they may have ideas about his interviews. During his Today guest edit, Harry suggested that the presenter should put a question to the Met Police Commissioner Cressida Dick. It was that oficers were doing a fine job under difficult circumstances. I winced that it […]
“And then, just as profoundly, he talks about what that was physically and emotionally for Scott Kelly. He was up there when there was an emergency with his family; his sister-in-law was shot and he tried to navigate that from a distance. And I then pitched Jason and Matt this series, with Hillary [Swank]’s character […]