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Entertainment Weekly wrote a scathing review,SATC 2 transformed four once mildly likeable characters into rancidobliviously overentitled grotesques” The movie performed disappointingly at the box officecoming in third in the US on it’s opening weekend and taking in $37million compared to the first movie which raked in $57 million Parker has been hit hard by the decision to bring an end to SATC “SJP did not see this coming She has been in tears about it all” said a source For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: February 9 2010 12:58 pm Related News ‘Twilight’ hunk Robert Pattinson described his love scenes with actress Uma Thurman in their latest movie ‘Bel Ami’ as ‘disturbing’ The 23-year-old actor shot some love making scenes with the ‘Kill Bill’ star in the film where he plays Parisian journalist Georges Duroy but insists it was far from erotic because of the movie’s plotFemalefirst reported “The sex scenes with Uma are kind of disturbing Her character Madeleine kind of uses sex as a sort of weapon and my character thinks like an animal” Pattinson said Film buffs may also see the British actor in love scenes with his other co-stars Christina Ricci and Kristin Scott Thomaswho star as Clotilde and Virginie respectively “There are a lot of sex scenes in this filmso I’m asking quite a lot of myselfand with lots of different people as well” Pattinson added The movie is the big screen version of Guy de Maupassant’s 19th Century novel ‘Bel Ami’which follows an ambitious young journalist Georges Duroy who sleeps his way to the top For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Editorial | Updated: August 6 2016 12:01 am Top News Minutes after landing in Rio Usain Bolt was asked if during his long flight from home he had dreamt about winning his third Olympic treble “I didn’t sleep at all” he said with a drawl He isn’t the only one tossing and turning at night wondering about this Olympics’ sprint results; many around the world are gripped with a nervous tension hoping that the tall Jamaican with the goofy smile and crazy acceleration continues to make a laughing stock of his rivals Among his new fans are athletics administrators Olympics organisers and anti-doping officials who are secretly craving to see Bolt’s “mother of all hat-tricks” Not because he is the fastest but because he is seen to be the cleanest too Among those expected to line up next to Bolt on August 13 — the day the world will come to a standstill for about 9 seconds the time the 100m final is expected to take — will be sprinters with a stained athletic biological passport All hell is expected to break loose if any of them beat Bolt The Russians facing allegations of state-sponsored doping will fire vicious torpedoes at the IOC WADA’s testing and punishment policy will come under fresh scrutiny and world athletics could get a “fastest” man who isn’t necessarily the “cleanest” Never before has a race meant so much to so many The 100 m this time isn’t about Bolt vs Gatlin or Bolt vs Blake it’s Bolt vs Them or Good vs Evil In a city overlooked by the iconic statue of the Saviour standing with hands wide apart Bolt gets to play the redeemer For Bolt this challenge isn’t really tough but he may need to sprint on thin ice He suffered a hamstring niggle recently but has recovered now The world knows he has to his name the top two fastest ever 100m timings at the Olympics but few are talking about the Jamaican superstar having only one of the 33 best times this year Don’t lose heart timings and form haven’t bothered the man who takes wing on the big race days Just trust in “Bolt the Redeemer” For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Melbourne | Published: October 18 2017 11:18 am Peter Handscomb helped deliver Australia a series-levelling victory against Bangladesh (Source: AP) Top News Australia middle order batsman Peter Handscomb says his fighting innings in the nausea-inducing humidity of Bangladesh last month should put him in good stead for the blazing heat of an Ashes summer Handscomb battled dizzy spells and dry retching and lost over four kilograms during a dehydrated knock of 82 in the second test in Chittagong which helped deliver Australia a series-levelling victory The vast Australian continent can throw up all kinds of weather but the hosts and visiting England can expect scorching heat through much of the five-test Ashes campaign which begins in Brisbane on Nov 23 Handscomb said the Chittagong trials had prepared him for any kind of extreme conditions Down Under “Definitely More mentally than anything else (I) can always look back on that now and say I’ve done that” the 26-year-old told local media “If I can survive in heat like that I can survive in heat at the Gabba or the WACA “I don’t think I had anything left in the body to throw up I was trying to take in liquid but the more I took in the sicker I felt “It was just a really weird feeling … it almost makes you focus more on the ball because you didn’t want the weather to be the one that got you out” Handscomb’s knock was compared to Dean Jones’s famous 210 against India during the tied 1986 test in Chennai when the former Australia batsman vomited repeatedly and lost control of his bodily functions “Deano messaged me that night” Handscomb said “He said ‘mate jeez it looked hot over there but not as hot as Madras’” Victorian Handscomb has enjoyed a charmed start to his international career with two centuries and an average of 5307 in his first 10 tests since his debut against South Africa in the last home summer He will hope to further enhance his CV against old foes England “It’s hard to say it’s just another test series being an Ashes” he said “This is essentially the pinnacle of test cricket “There’s almost that little bit extra on each ball each run each wicket” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News and asked Riyaz to make it look like murder.

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