A New York Times profile of the Democratic candidate reveals many things, including the Vermont senator's viewing habits. The American Film Institute has postponed its Life Achievement Award gala due to concerns over the spread of coronavirus. The event will be rescheduled for a date in early summer. Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt, the county's top elected official, signed a companion disaster declaration for the county surrounding Austin. No one in the Austin area has been found to have the virus, Eckhardt said. The city of Austin canceled the annual event, the first major American film festival called off due to the worldwide outbreak. Evans will star as Gaston with Gad returning as LeFou. The untitled project, which is currently in early development, would be a musical like the film with Edward […].
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The mechanics of how movies get to us is a bigger issue than ever: Specifically, how much effort are most of us willing to expend to see a movie on the big screen, the canvas filmmakers who are serious about their craft continue to believe in—and want to work in? That drama will continue to unfold. But for now, here are 10 films—plus a clutch of very honorable honorable mentions—that remind us what movies, at their best, can mean. Two exotic dancers Constance Wu and Jennifer Lopez , both single mothers needing to provide for their families after the crash, hatch a highly illegal scheme to charm clueless Wall Streeters out of their money. When the going gets tough, the tough … hustle.
Multiple films for the upcoming summer season have been postponed for public safety, with others unconcerned with the potential of an increased outbreak. It was initially slated to be released this year, with the updated timeframe now indicating a delayed box office opening. Directors expressed that this decision had been made following the pandemic being seen worldwide, with the press tour having already being terminated before this announcement.