Hollywood celebrates the finale of the ‘Avengers’ movies
Marvel’s star-studded Avengers superhero team descended on Los Angeles on Monday at a lavish premiere to celebrate the final chapter in a 22-movie saga that ranks as the movie industry’s highest-grossing franchise of all time.
Hundreds of industry VIPs, cast members, fans and media watched the first showing of “Avengers: Endgame,” the three-hour action spectacle that has been held tightly under wraps.
The movie begins rolling out in theaters around the world on Wednesday.
Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), Chris Evans (Captain America), Brie Larson (Captain Marvel) and others walked a purple carpet underneath a giant, spinning Avengers logo set up inside the Los Angeles Convention Center.
“I’m excited that I’m finally going to get to see the movie,” said Paul Rudd, who plays Ant-Man and, like other cast members, had not seen the finished film due to Marvel’...
81st Death anniversary of Allama Iqbal being observed today
The death anniversary of Dr Allama Iqbal is being observed today [Sunday] 21st Arpil across the country to acknowledge his services for getting a separate homeland for the Muslims of Subcontinent.
Various functions will be arranged to mark the day, with special programmes to be aired on the state-run and private radios and TV channels, highlighting various aspects of Allama Iqbal.
The day is dawned with special prayers for solidarity and prosperity of the country and the Muslims.The nation will pay special tribute for his vision of a separate homeland for Muslims of the sub-continent. Born on November 9, 1877 in Sialkot, Dr. Iqbal was a great representative of the subcontinent and one of the main exponents of the Pakistan Movement. Called the Sufi poet of the modern age he was a man of great ideas – dynamic, romantic, provocative and profound.
Allama Iqbal was both a great poet, serious thinker and ...
Daniel Radcliffe rules out ever playing Bond
Daniel Radcliffe is under no illusions that he’ll ever play James Bond.
After completing the eight Harry Potter films which made him a household name, Daniel has mostly swapped Hollywood blockbusters for indie flicks and TV work.
He’s also recently laid down his vocals for Playmobil: The Movie, where he voices super spy Rex Dasher.
Talking on The Graham Norton Show, which airs in the U.K. on Friday night (19Apr19), Daniel says he often gets told by fans in the U.S. that he should be the next Bond, but it’s not a role he ever sees himself landing.
“When people meet me in America and hear my English accent, they say, ‘You should play James Bond’. I know, and everyone here knows, I will never be James Bond, but playing a Bond-like Playmobil character felt much more likely!” he grinned.
The film, which also features ...