Monthly Archives: June 2021

Bollywood: Sara-Kartik meet for a love story?

From Sara Ali Khan and Kartik Aaryan possibly reunited for a movie to Vicky Kaushal at Katrina Kaif’s house, here are the day’s biggest headlines. ETimes brings a new Bolly Buzz segment that goes beyond the usual mix of news and gossip to give all of its readers a taste …

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Celebrate the golden tickets, the oompa loompas, the pure imagination with the cast for the 50th anniversary of “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory”

HOLLYWOOD – The original 1971 version of “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Family” celebrates its 50th anniversary. Gene Wilder brought Willy Wonka to life in a film based on the children’s novel “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”. Five lucky kids who find gold tickets in their chocolate bars win a …

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Remembering Former Alaska Senator Mike Gravel

Former US Senator from Alaska Mike Gravel died on Saturday, June 26, 2021 at his home in California. (Photo courtesy of Lynne Mosier) Throughout his 12 years as U.S. Senator from Alaska, Mike Gravel relished controversy, but passed away quietly at his home in Seaside, Calif. On Saturday at the …

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4% CAGR forecast for German construction industry during 2021-2025, to reach $ 581,500.7 million by 2025 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The “Germany Construction Industry Data Book Series – Market Size and Forecast (2016 – 2025) by Value and Volume (Area and Units) in Over 40 Market Segments in Residential, Commercial, Industrial Construction , institutional and infrastructure – Update of the first quarter of 2021 “ the report …

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Four must-see LGBTIQ + film festivals in Europe

Much of Europe is very welcoming to LGBTIQ + tourists, with vibrant nightlife scenes and a plethora of cultural events geared towards the LGBTIQ + community. These not only include pride celebrations, but also tours, exhibitions and film festivals. So if you are an LGBTIQ + movie fan, here are …

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Summer ’85 unfolds a gay love story with sinister overtones

Summer 85: Félix Lefebvre (left) and Benjamin Voisin (right) – Photo: Courtesy of Music Box Films Located on the rocky coasts of a seaside town in Normandy, François Ozon’s Summer 85 (★★★★ ☆) signals a clear warning from the start that whatever friendship or romance that blossoms between teenage boys …

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IGaming turnover tax gets green light in Germany

In Germany and federal lawmakers have overwhelmingly approved the controversial iGaming tax rates contained in the nation’s recently ratified new state gambling treaty. According to a report from iGamingBusiness.com, the measure requires any iGaming operator offering video slots and online poker to aficionados in Germany to donate 5.3% of their …

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Strawberry Festival, outdoor markets, theater and more

Every Thursday, we offer you suggestions for things to do in the coming days. Let’s face it: on the weekends we are all ready for fun, relaxation and entertainment. This week, the choice is vast: Want to attend a theatrical engagement? Consider “The African Company Presents Richard III,” presented by …

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A thrilling finish for The Ocean Race Europe

In Genoa, Italy, the first The Ocean Race Europe, made up of an international fleet of 12 yachts representing nine countries, ended in sensational fashion with Mirpuri Foundation Racing Team and Offshore Team Germany winning overall titles in the respective classes VO65 and IMOCA 60. Start the last day of …

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On this History Day – June 22 – Almanac

Today is Tuesday, June 22, the 173rd day of 2021 with 192 to follow. The moon is growing. The morning stars are Jupiter, Mercury, Neptune, Saturn, and Uranus. The evening stars are Jupiter, Mars, Saturn and Venus. People born on this date are under the sign of Cancer. They include …

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Kable 1 in Germany asks “Where is the money going”; Cineflix Signs Global Coroner Agreements and Acquires S4 Rights; TVF International unveils its summer list – TBI Vision

Where does the money go German Kable 1 asks “Where is the money going” German broadcaster Kable 1 has ordered a local adaptation of the Dutch factual format of Skyhigh TV Where does the money go (a.k.a Ãœber Geld Spricht Man Doch), following an agreement with Amsterdam-based distributor Lineup Industries, …

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Blinded by a glorious day of Euros football

It was a weekend of humility for those of us who spent the preparation for the European Championships warning against boring football and exhausted and half-interested players. Saturday was a glorious technicolor football tournament day – possibly the best football day played anywhere in the world this year. It blinded …

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20 behind-the-scenes musical facts

What I wouldn’t give to see the version of La La Land located in Boston. 1. Director Julie Taymor sat next to Sir Paul McCartney the first time he watched Across the universe, and during the “All My Loving” sequence, he started singing in a low voice. At the end …

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She fell nearly 2 miles and walked away

In 1968, the Koepckes left Lima for an abandoned patch of primary forest in the middle of the jungle. Their plan was to conduct field studies of its plants and animals for five years, exploring the rainforest without exploiting it. “I was not really thrilled with the prospect of being …

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Lights, Camera, Climate | Sierra Club

In the spring of 2002, several film studios were vying for the right to make an action film with an unusual adversary: ​​climate change. For Fox, who landed the deal, the haggle was worth it – when the film came out two years later, Two days later grossed over $ …

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Fawad Chaudhry for Pakistan-German Film and Drama Joint Ventures

Federal Minister of Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain on Thursday stressed the need for joint ventures between Germany and Pakistan in the fields of film and drama productions. The Minister, during a meeting with German Ambassador Bernhard Stephan Schlagheck, said they would like German filmmakers and film producers to …

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Who does his footballer son play for?

Euro 2020 expert Jurgen Klinsmann is a renowned former footballer. Originally from Germany, he played for several prestigious European football teams. Now an expert and manager, he is one of the BBC’s experts for Euro 2020. So how old is he? And what has he said about Tottenham Hotspur recently? …

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