September 27th, 2014
A film about the making of one of the worst ms of all time, The Room, is presently in development. Now we have a word regarding who would write the film. According to reports, The Disaster Artist would be penned by Michael H. Weber and Scott Neustadter. The duo are also well known for writing 500 Days of Summer as well as The Spectacular Now, along with this year’s hit movie The Fault in Our Stars.
As earlier reported, The Disaster Artist would star James Franco, and would be regarding the making of The Room, which is one of the most terrible films ever made. Franco would play the role of Tommy Wiseau, The Room’s director.
The movie is based on the book called The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside the Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made, penned by Greg Sestero, star of The Room. It deals with the real tale of how he became involved in The Room, the more and more strange decisions Wiseau made on film set that sparked the film to turn out that strange. Sestero’s character would be played by Dave Franco as it was earlier reported.
Meanwhile, the Guardians of the Galaxy might have topped the box office this summer, but The Fault in Our Stars was the most talked about movie on social media. The Fault in Our Stars was this summer’s most discussed film, accounting for over 5 million mentions, saw the company.
August 26th, 2014
Michael Bublé still hit the stage even after listening that his grandmother has passed away and he spoke touchingly to the audience as the crooned his favorite track. Later he posted a snap of her on his FB page with the caption: “I will forever miss you Grandma. #family”.
At BMO Harris Bradley Center, Milwaukee in Wisconsin, the singer addressed his fans on what he addressed as one of the hardest days of his life. As per Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel Bublé told the audience that his grandmother, who raised me like a Mom, has passed away. He added that he was finding it difficult what to do. But he knows what her grandmother would want. She would not want him to cancel his gig. She would have asked him to come out in the middle and do the show.
The Home singer was visibly upset in front of the audience and they were also who were also backing him with huge cheers and applauses and chants: “we love you.”
Michael Buble closed the 2 hour long gig by singing his grandma’s most loved track: “I Wish You Love,” as Alan Chang, his musical director, played the piano. The 38 year old singer did not revealed the reason of his grandmother’s death.
July 23rd, 2014
Alexandra Burke, the British pop star, has warned her fans that she would not be perform at a tribute gig for late former South African President Nelson Mandela on 18th July, Friday, in London, blaming promoters for spreading lie regarding her involvement.
The Bad Boys star was billed to be along with top artists including ex M People singer Heather Small, Rwandan pop star Kitoko and gospel musician Sandra Godley at Nelson Mandela Day Concert, but she Burke insisted that she was never booked for the gig.
On 17th July, Burke took to her Facebook and wrote: “Despite being a worthy cause, I’m afraid I am not performing at the Mandela Day Concert this Friday.
“My performance has been advertised under false pretenses. My fans know that I am currently performing in (stageshow) The Bodyguard. Sorry to disappoint anybody who has brought (sic) tickets thinking I was performing. No agreement exists,” added Burke.
Mandela passed away in December. The memorial gig is being arranged to mark what would have been his ninety-sixth birthday on Friday.
At present, she is starring in West End musical adaptation of The Bodyguard in the character that was made famous by singer Whitney Houston. On Wednesday, he former X Factor star appeared raring go once again when she came at the Adelphi Theatre. She was sporting tiny black attire that revealed her toned and long legs. She carried a designer handbag and sported black platform ankle boots.