Demi's photo was used with the MyHeritage In Color™ tool, which automatically brings black-and-white photos to life. To use the tool, you simply need to upload your black-and-white image onto MyHeritage and it will automatically colourise the image in just a few seconds. … [Read more...] about Demi Moore looks incredible in unearthed school photo – and identical to daughter Rumer!
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Meeting me at the West Hollywood Le Pain Quotidien, Wells immediately insists we change tables. Occasionally mistaken for Christopher Walken, he wears tinted blue glasses low on his nose, a Zara jacket with an upturned collar, and pointed black suede shoes acquired in Cannes. To “those who are dull and coarse enough to ask my age,” he says “I can easily get away with having been born in 1956.” Fudging it helps professionally, and “with girlfriends, you do better.” When I ask about the lowest point of his career—in 2007, a leaked email revealed that he’d asked director James Mangold for topless stills of the actress Vinessa Shaw—he calls the outrage over it a “complete denial of human nature.” But he regrets the request. He says he may not have done it today—he quit drinking in 2012—but then quickly adds, “maybe I would have.” … [Read more...] about In the Most Competitive Oscar Season Ever, Bloggers Are Keeping Score
How Fonda will receive that award still remains a big question mark, though. The Golden Globes is scheduled to take place in about a month, on February 28. Traditionally, the show is a low-key affair at the Beverly Hilton, but with California waffling between lockdowns and reopening during the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, it’s unclear where the ceremony will take place this year, or if it’ll happen in person at all (and which nominees can attend if it does happen in person, and what social distancing will look like — you get the idea). Not that we’d mind watching Fonda accept her award right at home either, though. … [Read more...] about Jane Fonda to Receive the Cecil B. DeMille Award, Somehow, at the Golden Globes
Anchor’s utility in the Spotify podcast ecosystem was also recently made even more unclear in the wake of Spotify’s acquisition of Megaphone, a hosting platform that’s generally oriented towards higher-volume publishers and that also contains an internal advertising marketplace of its own. At first glance, there seems to be some duplication of value here, though one could suggest a distinction that Megaphone is for “higher-volume publishers” (see also: industrial-grade clients, whales, etc.) while Anchor is for “everyone else.” However, if one were to take that framing, then we’re basically talking about a situation in which Spotify, as a platform, would be operating from a position of gatekeeping between what’s an “industrial publisher” and what’s in the bush leagues. And if you were to reject that framing, then, well, we’re back at the original inquiry: What’s supposed to be the differentiated value proposition between Anchor and Megaphone? What is the point of Anchor, and how does it fit into the Spotify value chain? … [Read more...] about Futuro Studios Is Having a Moment