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Latido Takes Juanma Bajo Ulloa’s ‘Baby’ (Exclusive)

  • Variety
San Sebastian – Latido Films has taken world sales rights outside Spain on Juanma Bajo Ulloa’s “Baby,” a drama with a psychological thriller narrative thrust starring Rosie Day (“Down a Dark Hall”), Harriet Sansom Harris (“Phantom Thread”), Natalia Tena (“Game of Thrones”), Charo López (“All Night Long”) and young actress Mafalda Carbonell (“To Live Twice”).

Vitoria-based Frágil Zinema produces.

A San Sebastian Golden Shell winner for “Butterflies Wings” in 1991, “Baby” signals the director’s feature return following “Fragile” (2004) and “Gipsy King” (2014).

“We think ‘Baby’ is the movie in which Juanma is going to extract once again all the cinema he has inside. It’s an open genre film with a very powerful concept and he has managed to work with extraordinary artistic and technical teams,” Latido Films CEO Antonio Saura told Variety.

“Baby” is a movie about second opportunities. Set in the Basque country, it depicts a depressed and drug-addicted
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'Orange Is the New Black' Star Taryn Manning on Her "Fragile" Final Season

[This story contains major spoilers from the final season of Netflix's Orange Is the New Black.]

Taryn Manning was surprised when she found out how things would end for her Orange Is the New Black character.

As a gift for the final season, creator Jenji Kohan and executive producer Tara Herrman called their main cast to tell them the scope of their season seven story. This was the first time the actors had a sense of how the season would end at the start of filming and the ending would also couple as the character's final sendoff.

In the penultimate ...
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Hear Sting Rework Three Classics for New Album ‘My Songs’

Hear Sting Rework Three Classics for New Album ‘My Songs’
Sting unveiled new versions of three of his classic songs, “Demolition Man,” “Desert Rose” and “Brand New Day,” from his upcoming album, My Songs, out May 24th via Cherrytree/A&M/Interscope.

My Songs finds Sting interpreting songs from across his career, both as a solo artist and a member of the Police. The three tracks he unveiled capture the spirit of the project, especially his new take on “Demolition Man,” in which he turns the reggae-tinged tune – first performed by Grace Jones, then later the Police on Ghost in
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Sting to Perform With the Utah Symphony to Benefit Zion National Park

Cherrytree Management and Live Nation have confirmed that Sting will perform at the Usana Amphitheatre in Utah on August 31 for a very special, one-night-only appearance, accompanied by the Utah Symphony.

All proceeds from the concert will go to the Zion Forever Project to benefit Zion National Park as part of the Park’s centennial celebration.

Drawing from a diverse and illustrious career that has produced numerous multi-platinum albums, a staggering list of number one songs, countless accolades and worldwide record sales of nearly 100 million, this concert, conducted by Rob Mathes, finds Sting performing his greatest hits re-imagined for symphonic arrangement. Selections will include fan-favorites such as “Roxanne,” “Next To You,” “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic” and “Every Breath You Take,” to notable songs from Sting’s enduring solo career – “Englishman in New York,” “Fragile,” “If I Ever Lose My Faith in You,” “Fields of Gold,” and “Desert Rose.
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‘World of Dance’ season 2 premiere recap: Which performances wowed us in ‘The Qualifiers 1’? [Updating Live]

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‘World of Dance’ season 2 premiere recap: Which performances wowed us in ‘The Qualifiers 1’? [Updating Live]
World of Dance” returned on Tuesday night, May 29, for a second season pitting the best dancers in the world against each other in the hopes of winning the $1 million grand prize. Jenna Dewan hosts the series, which is judged by Emmy winning choreographer and six-time “Dancing with the Stars” champ Derek Hough, Grammy winning recording artist Ne-Yo, and singer-actress-dancer Jennifer Lopez, who also executive produces the series. So what happened on night one? Find out below in our live blog with all the minute-by-minute developments.

Season one of “World of Dance” featured performers competing in three divisions: Upper, Team, and Junior (under 18). Those divisions are back for season two, in addition to a fourth: Junior Team, whose acts consist of five or more members under the age of 18.

So who advanced from week one’s first “Qualifiers” round? Each performance needed 80 points or more from the judges to advance to the “Duels,
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Ford Dumps Flockhart . In Garbage Can

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Hollywood legend Harrison Ford stunned onlookers in the Spanish city of Barcelona when he attempted to dump his girlfriend Calista Flockhart in a waste disposal bin. Indiana Jones star Ford and his Ally McBeal actress lover engaged in the high jinx as they made their way back to their hotel, following dinner at a restaurant in the city, where Flockhart is filming upcoming movie Fragile. An onlooker, who witnessed 62-year-old Ford's bizarre stunt, says, "They were laughing and joking like a young couple in love. She was squealing and begging him to put her down, but he kept saying he was going to put her in the bin. Harrison was showing off like a crazy teenager rather than a guy approaching his pension."

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