Leisure Information Roundup: Kate Hudson, Jeon Jong-seo star in tribute to outsiders ‘Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon’; Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac get intimate for brand new TV miniseries and extra


Following is a abstract of present leisure information briefs.

Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac get intimate for brand new TV miniseries

Actors Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac have identified one another for years, however being previous mates was a blended blessing when it got here to enjoying a married couple in new tv miniseries “Scenes from a Marriage”, the pair mentioned on Saturday. Chastain, 44, and Isaac, 42, who each studied on the Juilliard arts faculty and have been mates since school days, painting Mira and Jonathan within the HBO sequence, an adaptation of acclaimed Swedish director Ingmar Bergman’s miniseries of the identical title.

Lebanese filmmakers premiere ‘miracle’ film at Venice

Filmmaker Mounia Akl says her function debut “Costa Brava, Lebanon” grew to become an act of resistance and a way to outlive when a lethal blast tore by means of Beirut a day after she had convened her movie group within the capital for preproduction. Already going through tight COVID restrictions and a crippling monetary meltdown, Akl made the selection to go forward with the manufacturing within the aftermath of the explosion, which killed greater than 200 individuals and devastated giant components of the capital.

Willard Scott, rollicking weatherman of TV’s ‘Right now’ present 35 years, dies at 87

Willard Scott, the ebullient former “Right now” present weatherman, venerator of centenarians, pitchman extraordinaire and the unique hamburger-hawking Ronald McDonald, died on Saturday, his successor on the morning present Al Roker mentioned. He was 87. Scott’s chatty, folksy method coated up his lack of meteorological coaching throughout his time as American tv’s hottest weatherman.

Kate Hudson, Jeon Jong-seo star in tribute to outsiders ‘Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon’

Hollywood star Kate Hudson and South Korean actress Jeon Jong-seo play two outsiders on a collision course with their environment in Ana Lily Amirpour’s Venice Movie Competition competitors entry “Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon”. The fantasy journey opens with Jeon’s mysterious Mona Lisa utilizing supernatural powers to interrupt free from the maximum-security wing of a psychological asylum in New Orleans. Working away from the police she finds herself within the metropolis’s raucous French Quarter the place she involves the rescue of unique dancer and single mom Bonnie (Hudson) who in flip takes her in.

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