Daniel Craig plays Bond’s last role in “No Time To Die”

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Barring a miracle, it seems that the 25th James Bond movie marks the last time we have seen the role of Daniel Craig in the past 15 years.
I talked to Craig, some of his actors and film director Cary Joji Fukunaga about Craig’s last Bond film experience.

“It will take me 15 years to unravel everything I think,” Craig told me. “I have many incredible experiences…I need to think about them. I am very grateful and lucky to have such a wonderful experience.”

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‘maid’

Margaret Querry plays Alex (far right), and Lelia Neiva Whitt plays Tracy McGrady in a scene in
Inspired by Stephanie Land’s best-selling memoirs in The New York Times, this dramatic series follows a single mother who turns to cleaning the room while she is out of an abusive relationship, trying to make a living for her and her young daughter s story.

“Maid” is currently playing on Netflix.

‘Diana’

In June 1994, Princess Diana arrived at the Serpentine Gallery in London wearing a Christina Stambolian gown.
This CNN original series produced by October Film Company re-examines the life of an idol through the lens of modernity. “Diana” reconstructed her story to discover the real woman behind “People’s Princess”.

Using the voice of the new generation, this six-part series includes interviews with people close to her and provides a new perspective on the royal family.

“Diana” premiered on CNN on Sunday.

Two things to listen to

James Arthur performs on stage during the Key 103 Live at Manchester Arena in Manchester, England, on November 9, 2017.

After winning the “X Factor” in 2012, James Arthur has won international acclaim. Now he is releasing his fourth album.

“In the end everything will make sense” emerged after Arthur had gone through some tough times, including the struggle with severe anxiety and the controversy over lyrics that derailed his career by being criticized as homosexual.

The singer apologized and told The Irish Times that the pandemic had affected his recent work.

“With the pandemic and isolation, I suffered (because of his anxiety),” he said. “In the end it forced me to do what I like to do, which is to make music. And try to incorporate this anxiety into song creation.”

The new album will be released on Friday.

Alex Murdo (center) is with his now deceased son Paul (left) and his wife Margaret (right).

The case has not even been resolved, but the podcast can’t wait.

There has been news about Murdos, a famous South Carolina family involved in a scandal involving murder, allegations of financial misconduct and opioid addiction. The Secret Web shook the local community and became the latest mystery that fascinated us.
The “Murdaugh Murders Podcast” on Apple Podcasts tries to unravel all this.
If true crime and mystery are your jam, check out more about Murdor’s drama in the latest episode of my show, Popular life Pop up close! here:

One thing to talk about

Adele performs at Wembley Stadium in London on June 28, 2017.

finally!

The waiting for Adele’s new music feels like forever (only six years after the release of her last album “25”), and now there is reason to be happy.

The singer recently announced that she will release a new song “Easy on Me” on October 15.

Adele is one of the few artists who can always disappear from the music world and return with projects that make us love her even more. We are ready to listen and feel all our feelings, Adele!

Also, Rihanna, if you are reading this article: This is your move, hush.

Drink something

Jamie Lee Curtis attends the premiere of
The question of how the use of “beauty” filters on social media applications such as Instagram affects young people has attracted a lot of attention.

But what about the older ones?

Jamie Lee Curtis said that she became obsessed with prescription painkillers after cosmetic surgery many years ago, but she did not like filters and cosmetic surgery.
“The current trends in fillers and procedures, and this obsession with filtering, and what we do to adjust the appearance on Zoom are eradicating the beauty of generations,” she told Fast Company in an interview.

Thanks to social media, the obsession with youth and good-looking in our culture has intensified. But, in the final analysis, we all have to find inner beauty.

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