Volcano Man Lyrics: Will Ferrell and Molly Sandén’s Eurovision Song Contest. When we first came across the Netflix trailer below for the Eurovision Song Contest, we initially thought that is a documentary for the event itself, you know, the annual singing competition where representatives from all European countries (and some outside Europe) duke it out for the boasting rights of winning the most pop-oriented and most catchy song of the year.
It turns out that the trailer is actually for a movie titled “Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga” and it stars Will Ferrell as Lars Erickssong and Rachel McAdams as Sigrit Ericksdottir. We were not interested at all in watching The Story of Fire Saga when we mistakenly thought that it is a documentary but upon learning that it’s actually a movie, you can you can bet 100 dollahs that we are counting the days for it to drop on Netflix.
Into The Night Solar Reversal: Will the Sun Really Kill Us? What’s the Scientific Basis? If you are looking for a heart-pounding thriller to scare you as well as to inspire you while quarantining, you might watch to check out the Belgian gem of a TV series on Netflix called Into the Night. For the record, we love the show, we give props to its producers for giving us a thrill of a sky ride and to Netflix for bringing a Belgian-produced show in our living room.
Into the Night is kinda scary because it presents a world where the sun suddenly starts killing people when it rises. At the same time, it is kinda inspiring as it presents a group of disparate and desperate group of people working together — although they fight against each other too — in order to survive.
Where is Sherman Oaks High School Location in Never Have I Ever? What’s the name of the school that Devi Vishwakumar and her friends go to? Is it a good school? Where does it rank in terms of quality of education and the other important stuff measured in school rankings? Does its graduates go on to Ivy League colleges? Who among its list of alumni went on to become famous?
Well, as you may already know, Devi attends the Sherman Oaks High School. Among others, the school is famous for its mascot, The Fighting Cricket, which as you can see below is the center piece of the school’s logo.
Where Exactly is Squahamish? Let’s take a break blogging about the boys of Alice Wu’s The Half of It (which rightfully deserves the applause it is receiving from critics and fans alike) and check out the town of Squahamish where the story takes place, shall we?
While Deena and I were watching the movie, we were kinda debating where the town is exactly located. I suggested it’s somewhere in Oregon while she thinks it’s in the Midwest. Because we continued to disagree, we decided to make a bet on who can tag the town closest. I thought she’s gonna win when Iowa was mentioned towards the end of the film but when we googled to find out who’s going to wash the dishes, we discovered that the “Happening Town of Squahamish” actually does not exist.
Armie Hammer Underwear and Shirtless Photos. Hello, Armie Hammer fans! Are you looking forward to watching your idol in The Lone Ranger which is coming vewwy vewwy soon to a theater near you? Well, we must say we are pretty excited to see him again on the big screen after, like, four years when he made his mark on The Social Network. Nope, we didn’t see him in that Mirror, Mirror movie (we’re not into fairy-tale remakes) or in that J. Edgar Hoover movie (it didn’t get shown in our neck of the woods).
Will The Lone Ranger be Armie’s ladder to the top of the Hollywood heap? We sure hope so. Big budget movies have done wonders for the careers of young upstarts (Chris Evans in Captain America, all those Star Trek guys/gals, and most recently Henry Cavill in Man of Steel). But big budget movies who didn’t do well at the box office also stalled the careers of talented actors (Jake Gyllenhaal in Prince of Persia, Ryan Reynolds in Green Lantern, and Brandon Routh in Superman Returns). Let’s hope that Armie’s star turn as The Lone Ranger will be like the first group rather than the latter.
James Bond Aston Martin Car “Double” Sold for Millions. Wowza. You really can fetch a lot of money holding on to your vintage cars especially if it is identified with James Bond. Recently, an Aston Martin DB5 Thunderball “double”, i.e., it’s not the car filmed in the movie but an almost exact replica used for promotion, has been auctioned off in August this year to the tune of $6.4m (£5.2m).
The car, which was once owned by billionaire Anthony Bamford, was auctioned in California and is, to date, considered as the most expensive DB5 car. Want more celebrity cars? Go check out David Beckham’s Bentley Bentayga.