Friday, 27 May, 2022

Entertainment

Kerry Katona pregnant for 5th time

DHAKA: With two bankruptcies and husbands under her ever-expanding ever-shrinking money belt, Kerry Katona finally has some good news she is pregnant again!Kerry, 33, and ex-rugby player George Kay, 33, got engaged in April, when George popped the question at the top of Blackpool Tower,

Big-B awarded Global Diversity Award-2013

DHAKA: Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan has been honoured with the Global Diversity Award 2013 at the State Room of Britain`s House of Commons. Speaker of the House of Commons, Rt Hon John Bercow MP presented the ornately sculpted glass Award to the 71-year-old actor describing him as

‘Hope Bangladeshi movies to go abroad’

DHAKA: Country’s one of the influential filmmakers Mostofa Sorwar Farooki hoped that Bangladeshi movies would go abroad in near future. They would be screened for foreign viewers and would earn acclaim.Farooki, who took part at a banglanews24.com live adda Thursday evening, expressed

Stewart raises $5 lakh in 15 minutes

DHAKA: Harvey Weinstein revealed an interesting tidbit while promoting “12.12.12,” the Hurricane Sandy benefit concert film during the Toronto Film Festival Monday.According to the movie mogul, "Twilight" actress Kristen Stewart raised a whopping $500,000 for the Sandy relief effort

2 movies at Star Cineplex

DHAKA: Star Cineplex will screen two recent American movies ‘The Lone Ranger’ and ‘OZ the Great and Powerful’ at its halls from Friday.The Cineplex will premiere ‘The Lone Ranger’, a 2013 western action movie Thursday evening.The movie, directed by Gore Verbinski, stars Johnny

Gaga going to trial in ex-assistant’s lawsuit

DHAKA: A onetime roommate and friend of Lady Gaga who claimed after serving as her personal assistant for more than a year that the pop singer cheated her out of overtime wages can tell her story to a jury in November.A judge said on Tuesday, The Straits Times publishes this report on

Miss World organisers say Bali final ‘impossible’

DHAKA: Miss World organisers said on Tuesday it would be ‘impossible’ to stage the final in Bali, vowing to petition Indonesian authorities to move the event back to Java after it was switched in the face of radical Muslim protests.As hundreds more demonstrators took to the streets

Bond submarine car sells for $1.1 million

DHAKA: The iconic submarine car driven by James Bond in the 1977 classic ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ fetched £550,000 when it was floated at auction for the first time in London on Monday.Following an intense bidding battle, ‘The Lotus Esprit’ was finally sold to a telephone bidder at

Mandela ‘no saint’ in new biopic

DHAKA: A new screen biopic of Nelson Mandela does not shy away from the less flattering aspects of his character, according to its British star.‘It was important we had both sides, the good and the bad,’ said Idris Elba, reports the BBC.Early scenes in Justin Chadwick’s film show

‘Riddick’ blasts into US box office

DHAKA: Actor Vin Diesel has shot to the top of the US box office with ‘Riddick’, his third outing as the titular convict turned anti-hero.The movie made $18.7m in its opening weekend, vindicating the star, who wrested control of the character from movie studio Universal.‘The

Long-lost Van Gogh painting unveiled in Amsterdam

DHAKA: Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum on Monday unveiled a newly discovered landscape painting from the height of the Dutch master’s career, abandoned for years as a forgery in a Norwegian attic.‘Sunset at Montmajour’, a large oil landscape from 1888, was unveiled to applause by the

‘Diana’ draws savage criticism

DHAKA: Film critics have savaged a new movie of the late British Princess Diana’s relationship with a Pakistani doctor as an intrusive and embarrassingly cheap soap opera.British-born Australian actress Naomi Watts plays the jilted princess trapped in a gilded cage.English actor Naveen

Sexy performances bring Robin all the attention

DHAKA: Canadian-American R&B pop singer Robin Thicke says that he is happy with all the attention that he has been getting from the raunchy performance with fellow pop singer Miley Cyrus at the recent MTV music awards.The 36-year-old behind No. 1 hit song Blurred Lines would rather sell

Rock chicks, futuristic chic hit NY fashion week

DHAKA: From Prabal Gurung’s futuristic Marilyn Monroe to Jill Stuart’s 1970s rock chick and sensual but modest Lacoste, designers unveiled a vast array of spring looks on Saturday in New York.Singapore-born Gurung, whose creations have been worn by Kate Middleton, Michelle Obama and

Indonesia moves Miss World final to Bali after protests

DHAKA: Indonesia said on Saturday that the final of Miss World later this month would take place on the Hindu-majority holiday island of Bali instead of near the capital, after days of Muslim hardline protests.Thousands took to the streets this week to denounce the decision to hold the

Paula’s ‘Before I Do’ draws crowds at Drik

DHAKA: Paula Rahman’s three-day exhibition presenting wedding and event decoration materials has drawn the attention of the viewers at Dhanmondi’s Drik gallery.The exhibition, titled ‘Before I Do’ will remain open till 10:00pm today.‘I have received very good response from the

Scarlett engaged to French boyfriend

DHAKA: Scarlett Johansson is engaged to her French boyfriend Romain Dauriac, two and a half years after splitting from first husband Ryan Reynolds.A publicist for the ‘Avengers’ star said, reports daily Hurriyet.Following media reports, spokesman Marcel Pariseau told media, ‘I can

‘One Direction’ tops UK box office

DHAKA: ‘One Direction’ has shot to the top of the UK and Ireland box office chart with their documentary ‘This Is Us’.The boy band’s film made £3.47m including £1.2m from Thursday previews, well ahead of the week’s other new release, Mark Wahlberg’s Pain and Gain which

Katrina won’t star with Salman in Deva’s film

DHAKA: Actress Katrina Kaif has not been signed opposite superstar Salman Khan for Prabhu Deva’s next film, the makers have said.After setting the cash registers ringing at the box office and starting a new wave of action-masala entertainers with Wanted, Salman and

‘Concert for Bangladesh’ being re-created

DHAKA: A bunch of Northwest musicians have come together to re-create George Harrison’s landmark 1972 charity concert for Bangladesh on Friday, September 13, at the Hard Rock Cafe in Seattle of Washington. That upcoming event is not in West Seattle but has a “huge West Seattle