A criminal mastermind who goes by "The Professor" has a
plan to pull off the biggest heist in recorded history,
to print billions of euros in the Royal Mint of Spain.
To help him carry out the ambitious plan, he recruits
eight people with certain abilities and who have nothing
to lose. The group of thieves take hostages to aid in
their negotiations with the authorities, who strategize
to come up with a way to capture The Professor. As more
time elapses, the robbers prepare for a showdown with
the police. It's a well thought out story with vast
opportunities to explore and have fun with from many
angles of the storyline.
Bryan Stevenson (Michael B. Jordan), a lawyer of unfaltering convictions,
goes where few are brave enough to wander. Walter McMillian, an inmate on death
row, encounters a stroke of good fortune when Stevenson takes on his harrowing
case. Though McMillian was charged with murdering an 18 year old girl, the
evidence suggests otherwise. In the hopes of furnishing McMillian with the
freedom he deserves, Stevenson immerses himself in the fight for justice. As
affairs unfold, Stevenson is faced with seemingly insurmountable roadblocks.
With his grit and resilience, he'll stop at nothing to prevail.
Mariah Carey is not only celebrating Easter Sunday this weekend
but she's also celebrating the 15th anniversary of one of her most iconic
albums, The Emancipation of Mimi. The legendary
songstress took to Twitter to wish her 2005 studio album a happy
Bella Thorne has reportedly waived her tenants rent this month
amid the coronavirus pandemic. The 22 year old star is the landlady of a house
she leases to renters in Sherman Oaks, Calif., which she bought for US$2 million
three years ago. But as unemployment figures continue to soar in the U.S., due
to business closures as a result of “stay at home” orders throughout the
country, Thorne apparently decided to give her tenants a little break from their
Hilary Duff's blonde hair is "so yesterday." The 32 year old star is
celebrating Easter 2020 with a new hairstyle and hair color. The Lizzie
McGuire alum said goodbye to her long blonde tresses and debuted a
vibrant turquoise 'do. Yes, she's rocking a blue and green 'do! The "Why
Not" songstress' major hair change didn't stop at her bright and bold
color either. Hilary also appeared to cut her hair into a lob.
Simone Biles took the handstand challenge to a whole new level.
Jake Gyllenhaal, Tom Holland have taken part in the
handstand challenge (which consisted of the celebs taking off their t-shirts
without losing their handstand form) on social media. The USA Gymnastics star
took to Twitter to post the impressive video of her take on the handstand
challenge, in which she effortlessly removes her sweatpants in under a minute
without losing her form or her balance.
Debby Ryan and other former stars of the Disney Channel
series Jessie recently reunited on Zoom. During the video chat, recorded
for SiriusXM Broadway host Seth Rudetsky and
producer James Wesley's Stars in the House
YouTube series, the cast shared their favorite memories of late co-star
Cameron Boyce. The actor, who played Luke Ross, died at age 20 last
July after suffering an epileptic seizure.
Shailene Woodley is opening up about a very difficult time in her
life. The 28 year old actress revealed that she was “very, very sick in her
early 20s,” which forced her to make her health a priority over her career.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan and his wife Hilarie Burton
are inviting fans into their home for a new talk show. The Walking
Dead actor and the former One Tree Hill star will
host weekly talk show Friday Night in With the Morgans on
AMC network from April 12. The program will feature 30 minute episodes
filmed from the couple’s home in upstate New York as they discuss the impact of
the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite its release being pushed back to December due to the ongoing global
health crisis, Top Gun: Maverick director Joseph
Kosinski has revealed that post-production on the Tom Cruise
headlined sequel is still on schedule to be completed for its original June date
and that they’re currently in the “home stretch”.
Most of the cast of Disney's 2006 TV movie High School Musical and
its sequels recently had a reunion on Zoom. Vanessa Hudgens,
who played female lead character Gabriella Montez, posted a photo
of the virtual get-together on Saturday. Fellow cast members who also took part
in the call included her real-life BFF Ashley Tisdale, Lucas
Grabeel, Corbin Bleu and Monique Coleman, as
well as High School Musical director Kenny Ortega. Notably absent
was Zac Efron, Hudgen's real-life ex who played male lead and her
character's love interest, Troy Bolton.