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These 18 Travel Movies Will Help You Explore New Places amidst the Pandemic Boredom Fever

Travel Movies – The pandemic has brought us so much anxiety and boredom. Our plans have been canceled and we cannot think of other ways to spend most of our time. Thanks to technology we are able to cope with our stress and frustrations during the lockdown but a good movie can resolve our boredom.  These are the movies that will take you places.  1. Roman Holiday (1953) Entirely shot in Rome, this classic black and white film starring Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck will have you longing for an epic romance in a far-off city. This fairy tale between

Beyonce Drops Surprise New Single that Speaks Black Live Matters ‘Black Parade’: ‘I Can’t Forget My History, It’s Her-Story’

Truth to be told, Beyonce is making out most of her energy in fighting for the rights of the Black Community. Her fame and influence in music have brought changes and anarchy. Her resilience and power have dominated the hearts of women in color. Moreover, she never disappoints and here she is, giving us a taste of revenge and justice through her art in music. How cool is that? In true Beyonce form, the singer surprised everyone when she released a new song co-written by husband Jay-Z on Juneteenth. Beyonce fans rendered speechless and really caught in surprise when Queen

Sam Mendes calls on Netflix and Amazon

The Director Sam Mendes has made his points to rescue package for free theatre during the coronavirus crisis and warned that if the performing arts are not protected, “an ecosystem this intricate and evolved cannot be rebuilt from scratch”. Mendes’ suggested measures, outlined in a long article for the Financial Times, have been applauded by key figures in the industry, with the choreographer Matthew Bourne hailing the plan as a “great call to arms”. Mendes said that TV streaming services should be made used to support performing arts industries, says Mendes as he outlines other rescue measures for free streaming.

The Real Reason of the Divorce, Angelina Jolie Admits: I Divorced Brad Pitt for “Well Being” of My Kids

Angelina Jolie – Everybody is a fan of Mr. and Mrs. Smith and we are so sad with the divorce. The saddening and shocking news had stirred noises in social media as well.  But now the actress has come out and opened up this romantic wound via a VERY revealing interview with Vogue India. The ‘Maleficent’ star have broken her silence as she already expressed her real reasons on why she had decided to cut her ties and start her new life with her kids. Jolie offered up perhaps her most candid assessment to date of the couple’s 2016 split,

What are the Perks of Being a Freelancer?

A freelancer or freelance worker is a term commonly used for a person who is self-employed and is not necessarily committed to a particular employer long-term. The idea is very enticing because you have the control and it’s very fulfilling indeed. A freelancer can also be a self-employed person offering services in different areas where free music, writing, acting, computer programming, web design, translating, illustrating, film, video production, and other forms of work is more accessible as ever and the hunting of potential audience of a certain field is a piece of cake.  But one must also determine your vision

Munroe Bergdorf “Don’t use this movement to improve your public image”

Munroe Bergdorf – The model-activist talks about her thoughts to the recent death of George Floyd and the protests surrounding it in an interview. She emphasized her opinion how public figures at fashion industry for indulging to fit in themselves with the worldwide protests against racism without getting their own houses in place. Fashion houses have been struggling with their responses to the George Floyd murder. Many have been drawing criticism online for tone-deaf responses or virtue-signalling towards allyship. Bergdorf said on The Guardian: “You can’t use a marginalized movement for capital gain or to improve your public image. White

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