19 April 2015

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Oscar-winning Cotillard to take Joan of Arc to New York

NEW YORK  French actress Marion Cotillard will play Joan of Arc with the New York Philharmonic in a production of Arthur Honegger s oratorio, the orchestra announced Thursday.Cotillard, who won an Oscar for portraying singer Edith Piaf in the movie "La Vie en Rose," will perform in "Joan of Arc at the Stake" for the New York Philharmonic s season finales from June 10-13.The performances mark the US premiere of director Come de Bellescize s production of "Joan of Arc at the Stake," which opened in

Ayyan Ali unable to cast a Spell

RAWALPINDI: Custom officials have doubt over the proof of documents provided by Super Model Ayyan Ali; the documents contain the information about the $500,000 she was carrying when she was arrested by the custom authorities.On March 14 super model Ayyan Ali was caught by the custom officials, who accused her of smuggling $500,000 to Dubai. Following the incident a case was filed against Ayyan convicting her of money laundering. The court sent her on a 14 day judicial remand in Adiala jail in

Despite its star power, 'Serena' has no spark

LONDON  The arithmetic on "Serena" is fascinating. Two of the biggest movie stars in the world plus an Oscar-winning director and a best-selling novel somehow add up to a forgettable, under-the-radar video-on-demand release.But movies work by strange, illogical mathematics. Despite its prestigious pedigree, "Serena," starring Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, is likely to be remembered as another example of the curious, inexplicable science of moviemaking.The film, which opens in

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