Kim Kardashian on Instagram Shared Japan Trip Photos: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West attracted two of the children along to Japan, and they introduced for a few seriously adorable photos. Kim shared snaps out of their night out in the museum, which in this instance was the favorite TeamLab Borderless Digital Art Museum at Tokyo.
The children looked like they had been having a much better time than their cousin Stormi needed in an aquarium another day. The younger members of the Kardashian team, Chicago and also Psalm West, weren’t photographed throughout the global trip. Kim and her elderly kiddos appreciated the museum’s trippy light installments and gave us a peek in the futuristic space. Watch the sweet family photos beforehand.
Shania Twain to perform duet with Orville Peck on his upcoming EP
In a recent press release, Peck expressed his excitement to work with Twain.
“Working with Shania was a dream come true,” he said. “Her music made me feel empowered as a kid and was a huge influence on me.”
Twain teased news of her collaboration last week (May 29), tweeting, “baby we’ve been up all night”. Peck subsequently retweeted Twain’s elusive post.
Baby we’ve been up all night
— Shania Twain (@ShaniaTwain) May 28, 2020
The news of Peck’s collaboration with Twain follows the release of his latest single, ‘No Glory In The West’. The track, released on May 29, is accompanied by a video clip directed by Carlos Santolalla. ‘No Glory In The West’ is the second single from ‘Show Pony’, following on from the release of ‘Summertime’.
‘Show Pony’ hits shelves and streaming services on June 12, and is Peck’s follow-up to ‘Pony’, which was released last year. Compared to its predecessor, the singer said ‘Show Pony’ “is a more confident perspective and allows me to share even more both lyrically and musically”.
“Like all country albums, ‘Show Pony’ is a little collection of stories – some sad, some happy – and I am excited for people to hear it.”
Bollywood & TV Industry To Follow These 16-Page Directives To Resume Shooting Amid Lockdown
Bollywood and TV industry have been given the permission to resume shooting soon. The permission was given by Maharashtra Chief Minister, Uddhav Thackery. A 16-page official directive comprising guiding principles has been issued for the restart of the media and entertainment industry.
The guidelines pertain to managing COVID-19 risks on sets and in edit facilities, and the utilisation of offices, tents, and trailers, as well as domestic travel to the location of cast and crew.
Shooting has to be done in a completely locked down environment and adhering to government rules. The directive talks of the optimum crew that can be allowed on set, and also lays down medical and administrative decorum to be followed on set. It also lays down guidelines on the handling of shooting equipment by the crew.
The Bollywood artiste and staff management guidelines stress upon the use of masks, gloves being optional, and the overall use of video and audio conferencing wherever possible. The directive also lays down protocols for location management, staffing, as well as norms to be followed by individual departments such as art, electric, wardrobe, camera, sound and catering departments.
In a nutshell, these are the guiding principles that will matter when filming activity resumes for Bollywood and TV:
It is important to spread awareness of precautions and symptoms of the disease, besides the necessity of regular temperature and oxygen level checks. The notice stresses on handwashing, sanitation and respiratory hygiene.
It has been suggested that larger tents be used, and that there should not more than five people on a trailer. Proper ventilation at indoor locations is a must. Deliveries should be handled outside office space, and disposable plates and cups should be used. Sanitising wipes at printer stations, and the continuous disinfecting of light switches, remote controls etc has also been stressed upon.
It has been suggested that crew strength on any set has to be minimized to 33 per cent of what it used to be pre-COVID, and that all member should carry essential identification. Aarogya Setu app should be installed on compatible devices and floor markings will be essential for social distancing. The presence of ambulance, trained housekeeping staff and medical personnel on set has been stressed upon. Temperature and health check of all entering a set is a must.
There has to be special facility to deal with pregnant cast and crew members, as well as those above 65. No audience will be allowed on sets of fiction or non-fiction shoot, and all members on set have to wear disinfect gear during breaks.
The directive encourages Facetime, Zoom and Skype for remote casting sessions, and advises on the use of mobile phones to check in before entering casting areas. Social distancing during casting session has been stressed upon as well as, wherever possible, the use of face mask during auditions.
Actors can be encouraged to bring some wardrobe from home.
Shooting facilities have to be manned 24/7, and security guards have to be on duty to open and close doors, so that no pone entering or leaving a shooting facility needs to tough doors or door handles.
Lunch breaks have to be staggered. No elaborate sets such as marriage, markets or fight sequences are to be filmed till the COVID threat subsides.
Guidelines suggest the use of disposable palettes for make-up and the need to throw away paper scripts after use, and the need to disinfect hairbrushes and combs.
Temporary clear barriers between actors and alternate shots setups have been advised. In no case shall children below 10 years be allowed on set, and only one acquaintance can accompany a child on the set.
Proper and regular fumigation of shoot location has been insisted upon.
For non-fiction shows, camera placement and seating arrangements have to be done keeping in mind the norms of social distancing.
The directive also suggests that production facilitates accommodation of crew while shoot is on, to avoid threat of spread while travelling to and from work, and also suggests dedicated vehicles for those who do not live nearby studios.
Access between floors have to be controlled and divide studio space into sections for various production teams in the unit, to maintain isolation.
The directive also discourages use of others’ phones, and encourages serving box meals, and encourages crew to bring their own food.
That apart, every member of a unit has to undergo a questionnaire, pertaining to information on basics such as if any member of their family has been abroad recently, has local health authority advised quarantine, has anybody in the family had COVID, if the unit member has fever, cough or cold etc.
For television shoots, broadcasters have to obtain permission from local collector where shoot has to take place. For film, due permissions have to obtained by the producer.
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Breaking Bad Trivia #1: Did You Know Bryan Cranston Wasn’t The First Choice To Play Walter White? Find Out Who Was!
Breaking Bad is cited as one of the best shows ever made. Fans loved the story of a Professor turning into a meth cook and eventually the most feared person. The show might be based on meth-making and drugs, but it talks about morals, family values and emotions that hit hard.
It has been 7 years since this Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul starred ended. But many are still discovering this amazing show and enjoying every bit of it. No fan imagine anyone playing the role of Professor Walter White other than Bryan Cranston in Breaking Bad. But what if we tell you that he wasn’t the first choice to play the character?
The network AMC and production house Sony Pictures Television wanted a famous face to play Walt. In our Breaking Bad Trivia #1 today we will tell you the two actors who were considered play the lead. These actors were John Cusack or Matthew Broderick. When things didn’t work out with them, show’s creator Vince Gilligan thought no one better than Bryan can play the character.
About casting Bryan to play as Walter White in the series, Vince Gilligan told The Hollywood Reporter years ago, “We needed somebody who could be dramatic and scary yet have an underlying humanity so when he dies, you felt sorry for him. Bryan nailed it.”
We’re glad that Walter was chosen for the role as he gave an impeccable performance. That was our Breaking Bad trivia for today. Tell us what do you think of Cranston performance in the comments below?
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