Daily Archives: March 20, 2018

Yoko Ono Got Married in Sneakers and a Mini Skirt 49 Years Ago Today

Not into the cookie-cutter wedding gowns? Whether you’re preparing for impending nuptials or not, there’s one alternative bride you could look to for inspiration: Yoko Ono. Today marks the 49th anniversary of her wedding with John Lennon, and Ono’s unconventional—yet totally chic—outfit is definitely worth revisiting.  The duo were photographed holding up their marriage certificate in front of the iconic Rock ...

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Academy Award winner Helen Mirren talks tequila, new film

A runaway couple goes on an unforgettable road trip even as one of them can hardly remember his family’s names.“The Leisure Seeker” stars Academy Award-winning actress Dame Helen Mirren and two-time Golden Globe-winner Donald Sutherland. The film uses comedy to deal with tough topics, like cancer and memory loss. We landed an interview with Mirren, who touched upon love stories, ...

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News: Marella Cruises to offer adult-only and all-inclusive trips next year

Marella Cruises has unveiled its summer 2019 programme. The move sees an array of exciting new developments for the UK’s third largest cruise line, including a new ship exclusively for adults, a new homeport, exciting new itineraries and all ships offering all-inclusive as standard from May 2019.  Joining the fleet in 2019, Marella Explorer 2 will be the first ship ...

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Academy Award winner Helen Mirren talks tequila, new film

A runaway couple goes on an unforgettable road trip even as one of them can hardly remember his family’s names.“The Leisure Seeker” stars Academy Award-winning actress Dame Helen Mirren and two-time Golden Globe-winner Donald Sutherland. The film uses comedy to deal with tough topics, like cancer and memory loss. We landed an interview with Mirren, who touched upon love stories, ...

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'Isle of Dogs' Review: Wes Anderson's Stop-Motion Canine Fairy Tale Is a Triumph

Expect to wag your metaphorical tail in delight over Wes Anderson’s new animated joyride into a canine universe with political undercurrents sure to strike a human chord. It’s art cinema instilled with a child’s sense of wonder – which is also true of of the quirky auteur’s live-action films, from Rushmore to The Grand Budapest Hotel. Following 2009’s Fantastic Mr. ...

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