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Miss Nepal Audition 2022 ends

Miss Nepal Audition 2022 ends

- by Republica

The last Miss Nepal pageant 2022 audition was held on Tuesday in Kathmandu where 200 young women gave their auditions after the completion of auditions in other main cities of six provinces. The craze of young women’s participation in the renowned beauty contest ‘Miss Nepal’ has escalated. According to the organizer, The Hidden Treasure, around 800 young women applied to compete in this audition.

Deepika Padukone attends jury dinner at Cannes 2022

Deepika Padukone attends jury dinner at Cannes 2022

- by Agencies

Bollywood superstar Deepika Padukone attended the jury dinner before walking the red carpet at the ongoing Cannes Film Festival in France. The actor, who has gone there as one of the jury members, looked stylish in her sequinned dress. She paired it with brown coloured high boots.

KGF 3 to be released in 2024

KGF 3 to be released in 2024

- by Republica

Vijay Kiragandur, the producer of KGF has given an update that KGF 3 will be released in 2024 and the filmmakers want to create a ‘marvel kind of universe’.

A special session on AR Rahman's film at Cannes' Film Market

A special session on AR Rahman's film at Cannes' Film Market

- by Agencies

AR Rahman's directorial debut Le Musk, which is first of its kind full length VR (virtual reality) film has been created as a cinematic sensory experience with motion and scent integrated into the narrative. The film which is being pitched as a truly immersive VR Cinema of will have its world premiering at CannesXR, Marche Du Films during 75th Festival Du Cannes from May 17-25th in France. Marche Du Films - Cannes Film market has also added a panel discussion for this film.

Cannes Film Festival kicks into full swing for 75th anniversary

Cannes Film Festival kicks into full swing for 75th anniversary

- by Reuters

The Cannes Film Festival is gearing up for a bumper 75th anniversary edition with a selection of big Hollywood names, buzzy newcomers and previous Palme d'Or winners – a splashy return even as the conflict in Ukraine looms over festivities. "I honestly think this is one of the best Cannes line-ups in years," said Scott Roxborough, European bureau chief for The Hollywood Reporter.

Get on your bike: Coldplay hopes to lead with a green tour

Get on your bike: Coldplay hopes to lead with a green tour

- by Associated Press

It’s often said that fans at live concerts give the band a jolt of electricity. Coldplay wants to literally harness that. The pop superstars have added kinetic dance floors and energy-storing stationary bikes to their latest world tour, encouraging fans to help power the show as they dance or spin. It’s part of a larger push to make the tour more environmentally friendly. The band — whose songs include the appropriately titled “Higher Power” — has pledged to be as sustainable and low-carbon as possible, hoping to cut their CO2 emissions by 50%.

Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra feted on return home after Eurovision win

Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra feted on return home after Eurovision win

- by Reuters

Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra returned to their homeland on Monday after an emotional Eurovision Song Contest victory, greeted at the border with Poland by servicemen and women whose cause the band had championed in Turin. Frontman Oleh Psiuk was presented with a bouquet of yellow and blue flowers - the colours of Ukraine's flag - and reunited with his girlfriend before he and his band launched into an impromptu version of "Stefania," their winning song.

Box Office: 'Doctor Strange 2' Rules Again as 'Firestarter' Flames Out

Box Office: 'Doctor Strange 2' Rules Again as 'Firestarter' Flames Out

- by Reuters

"Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" is again the No. 1 movie at the domestic box office. In its second weekend of release, the latest installment in Disney's Marvel Cinematic Universe has collected $61 million from 4,534 North American theaters. Ticket sales were down 67% from its opening weekend, marking a steeper drop off compared to recent Marvel movies like "Eternals" (which declined 61% in its second weekend) and "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" (which declined 52% in its second weekend). However, that sizable decline is not surprising since "Doctor Strange 2" is coming off the 11th biggest opening weekend in history with $187 million. After 10 days on the big screen, the standalone superhero adventure has grossed a strong $291 million in North America.

Queen Elizabeth attends star-studded horse show finale

Queen Elizabeth attends star-studded horse show finale

- by Reuters

Britain's Queen Elizabeth attended the finale of a four-day horse show on Sunday that celebrated her 70 years on the throne and drew a star-studded cast including Hollywood actor Tom Cruise and British actor Helen Mirren. The 96-year-old monarch, wearing a grey shawl, was driven to the outdoor spectacle in the grounds of Windsor Castle where she was welcomed by two Royal Canadian Mounted Police officers who helped her from her Range Rover to cheers from crowds.

Travis Scott, Morgan Wallen hit Billboard Music Awards stage

Travis Scott, Morgan Wallen hit Billboard Music Awards stage

- by Associated Press

Travis Scott and Morgan Wallen made controversial returns on the Billboard Music Awards stage on Sunday, while Mary J. Blige was honored for her musical excellence. Wallen performed in his first major awards show after he was caught on camera more than a year ago using a racial slur. After not receiving a verbal introduction, the country star sat alongside his four-piece band and performed “Don’t Think Jesus” then his chart-topping “Wasted on You,” a single from his popular project “Dangerous: The Double Album.”

Billboard Music Awards to feature Travis Scott, Becky G

Billboard Music Awards to feature Travis Scott, Becky G

- by Associated Press

Sunday’s Billboard Music Awards will include performances by Travis Scott, Ed Sheeran, Becky G and other artists who have enjoyed chart-topping success. Sean “Diddy” Combs will emcee the show, which is being broadcast live from the MGM Grand Arena and will air live beginning at 8 p.m. Eastern on NBC and its Peacock streaming service. Becky G, who released the album “Esquemas” on Friday, will perform her hit song “MAMIII,” which topped the Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart. Sheeran will deliver a remote performance from Northern Ireland, where he is on tour.

Back to normal? Cannes Film Festival prepares to party

Back to normal? Cannes Film Festival prepares to party

- by Associated Press

After the 2020 Cannes Film Festival was canceled by the pandemic and the 2021 edition was scaled back — even kisses were forbade on the red carpet — the lavish French Riviera cinema soiree is set to return with a festival that promises to be something like normal. Or at least Cannes’ very particular brand of normal, where for 12 days formal wear and film mingle in sun-dappled splendor, stopwatch-timed standing ovations stretch for minutes on end and director names like “Kore-eda” and “Denis” are spoken with hushed reverence.

Huge public support sweeps Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra to Eurovision win

Huge public support sweeps Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra to Eurovision win

- by Reuters

Ukraine's Kalush Orchestra won the Eurovision Song Contest in Italy on Saturday with their entry "Stefania", riding a wave of public support to claim an emotional victory that was welcomed by the country's president. Sung in Ukrainian, the winning song fused rap with traditional folk music and was a tribute to band frontman Oleh Psiuk's mother. The bookmakers had made Kalush Orchestra the clear favourite for the annual contest, which normally draws a television audience of close to 200 million, based in part on popular sympathy for Ukraine following Russia's invasion in February.