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recreate scenes from Best Picture nomineesWarren Beattys first movie in 15 years Rules Dont Apply begins with a quote from its subject Howard Hughes whom Beatty plays: "Never check an interesting fact" The film out Nov 23 spins a fictional yarn and one which Beattywho had been chewing on the idea for decades and also wrote directed and produced ithas repeatedly insisted is not a biopic of the eccentric aviator entrepreneur and filmmaker But for all the insistence that audiences accept it as a fantasy Beattys depiction of an aging outlandishly idiosyncratic Hughes all but begs a revisiting of the subjects behavior during his later yearswhich was often so strange it sounds fictional itself Rules Dont Apply is less about Hughes than it is about two young people in his employ: a naive starlet named Marla Mabrey (Lily Collins) newly arrived in Los Angeles following a chaste Baptist upbringing in Virginia and Frank Forbes (Alden Ehrenreich) a driver with entrepreneurial aspirations and a similarly uncorrupted youth This being the sexually repressed Hollywood of the 1950s their boss forbids romantic relationships among his employees This being a Hollywood movie they immediately fall in love As Marla and Franks forbidden affair percolates Hughes is at once an unwelcome obstruction and the gatekeeper of their professional aspirations a fairy godfather with the power to bless or bankrupt their dreams At times his concernssuch as Congressional hearings related to his aeronautical innovationsseem a distraction from the central narrative but they paint a picture and by all accounts a fairly meticulous one of a man who continues to fascinate 40 years after his death As far as Hughes life story Rules Dont Apply picks up roughly where The Aviator Martin Scorseses 2004 drama starring Leonardo DiCaprio leaves off though it fudges the timeline a bit (lest we forget this is a work of fiction) When Beattys Hughes enters hes a man in his 50s decades removed from inheriting his familys fortune earned in the oil tool business at age 18 He has already produced many successful movies set air-speed records with his ever more advanced aircraft and developed a reputation as a Casanova with such famous paramours as Katharine Hepburn Ava Gardner and Ginger Rogers But Beattys Hughes is somewhere in the early stages of a long decline the more advanced degrees of which we see in flash-forwards set in the 1960s The billionaire spent the final decades of his life as an increasingly agoraphobic recluse fueled in large part by obsessive compulsive disorder and chronic pain caused by a near-fatal airplane wreck in the mid-40s (the movie pushes this event back by a decade) When he appears in the films opening and closing moments bedridden and disheveled in an Acapulco hotel his appearance is indeed drawn from the real Hughes regular refusal to trim his hair or fingernails Many of the peculiarities the movie’s Hughes exhibits are borrowed from real-life anecdotes He did once halt production on a movie because he disliked the shape of an actress brassiere (Jane Russell The Outlaw 1943) He did despite his wealth and access prefer TV dinners over posh restaurants He did send his staff into a frenzy demanding that they procure banana nut ice cream despite the fact that Baskin Robbins had discontinued the flavor and would only sell the remaining barrels in bulkonly to find that their boss capricious cravings had already moved on to a new flavor Hughes also did as in the film hole up in the movie theater of a Las Vegas hotel he bought (he had a penchant for buying up hotels restaurants and airports for his exclusive use) on a continuous loop for days never leaving to eat or relieve himself A dependence on painkillers often left him incoherent as his OCD left him almost paralyzingly germophobic His body wasted away in accordance with his mind When Hughes died in 1976on an airplane as befits a word-class aviatorhe left no will designating his wishes for a multibillion-dollar estate A protracted legal battle would ensue over the decade to follow and a yearlong posthumous psychological autopsy commissioned by the estate would find that his health issues as well as his tendency to withdraw during times of anxiety stemmed from an isolated childhood under the care of a mother who feared intensely that her son would contract polio As these tangled matters began to surface late in 1976 TIME correctly predicted an ongoing fascination with the recently deceased tycoon the mysterious nature of whom would no doubt lend itself to many artistic interpretations: Whatever the outcome of the legal proceedings Hughes will be one of the hottest show-biz properties of 1977 People the world over will be seeing and reading more about Howard Hughes next year than at any time since he was setting new air records and squiring numerous beautiful women in the 1940s and ’50s Warner Bros is planning to make The Howard Hughes Story possibly starring Warren Beatty Fancy thatit took four decades but Beattys Hughes has finally landed Write to Eliza Berman at [email protected] President Donald Trump suggested recently the US should prioritize persecuted Christian refugees not all Christians in the Middle East rejoiced "We want dont priority visas We dont want him to take us" says Habib Ephrem "Thats the wrong message and the wrong policy" Ephrem secretary general of the Gathering of Christians in the Middle East is one of a number of Christian leaders encouraging Christians to stay in the region and return to their homes in Syria and Iraq as the areas are cleared of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and other groups Tens of thousands of Christians have been displaced in recent years mostly languishing in camps and cramped apartments But Ephrem says countries that are prioritizing Christian refugees are effectively helping ISIS purge the region of different faiths "ISIS expels people from their homeland and then you take them to the West" says Ephrem "So what You are doing the policy of ISIS" He has gone as far as lobbying foreign governments to stop facilitating Christian migration The US does not currently give Christian refugees priority despite Trump’s suggestion but in the past countries including Poland and Slovakia have indicated they would give preference to Christian refugees and France has also previously offered to host Christians that fled ISIS Other countries like Canada offer private sponsorship programs at are often used by churches to bring their brethren to the country Ephrem and others believe Iraq and Syrian Christians are deserting their earliest homelands The Christian communities there are some of the oldest in the world; the Nineveh plains and cities in Northern Iraq are even mentioned in the Bible The exodus of Iraqi Christians started after the US invasion in 2003 but it was ISISs rapid advance in 2014 that pushed thousands to flee their villages in a matter of days ISISs objective of creating an Islamic caliphate left Christians with few options convert pay die or leave Many chose the latter path In the past year Karim Farajs Facebook feed has been filled with pictures of his Syrian Christian friends now in Europe and Canada He says hundreds of Christians he knows have found ways to get to Western countries Some went with visas but most paid smugglers His village in Hama province is now controlled by Russian and Syrian forces he says but its not safe However he stayed close by in neighboring Lebanon and say he wants to go back to Syria "You cant be truly comfortable except in your own country" says Faraj 21 Yet other Syrian Christians say they have little to return to "Go back to what" asks Joseph Youhana a farmer from Hasakah in northeast Syria "I watched ISIS blow up our church" Youhana and his family were held captive by ISIS for 10 months The militants tried to force them to convert to Islam In September the church struck a deal with ISIS to release him his family and more than 200 other Christians for a sum of $35 million most of it raised through donations Many Christian refugees say even if their villages are retaken by government or other friendly forces they will never feel secure again As Youhana and the others were loaded on buses in ISISs de facto capital Raqqa bound for the Lebanese border one of the fighters pulled Youhanas 14-year-old niece off the bus "Weve heard nothing about her since ISIS still has her" he says showing her picture on his phone "I will not take my daughters back there" Youhana says that even if he felt safe enough to return he doesnt have the money to rebuild his house Some Christian leaders argue that instead of simply taking Christians in Western governments should invest in rebuilding these communities and help guarantee Christians and other minority groups equal rights in their homeland Nafa Mayouma 50 says that will never happen He left Mosul just as ISIS took the city in 2014 The family stayed in northern Iraq for a few months before coming to Lebanon Today he prays in church in Beirut with hundreds of other Iraqi Christians "Our church in Iraq didnt want us to leave" says Mayouma "Maybe its useful for the bishops to have us stay Not for us" He says he knows that soon there will be few Christians left in Iraq but that hes not willing to go back and risk the safety of his family Even if ISIS is pushed out of Mosul or even out of Iraq Mayouma says it wont be secure "Fine you take out ISIS Two three years later youll just have a bigger fiercer group" says Mayouma citing the various militant Islamists groups that came before ISIS in Iraq Ephrem says he knows asking people to stay or return when they are still under attack is difficult but he says Christians and other religious minorities need to resist He points to Lebanons civil war Thousands of Christians fled the often-sectarian fighting but many stayed Today an estimated 38% of the country is Christian though there has been no official census since 1932 What Christians need says Ephrem is more allies to fight groups like ISIS and Boko Haram not help in fleeing them Then perhaps the ancient Christian communities could return to Iraq and Syria "Christianity began here" he says Contact us at [email protected]

I don’t even have them floating in my sleep, a professor of molecular medicine at University College Dublin. Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC) has said that Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti State has committed a lot of sins in the last four years and will not get away with them. Sharlto Copley (Maleficent, This article originally appeared on The Hollywood Reporter. If its something that doesnt appear later until later in the season, I did remember that there was a space with these thousands of Buddhas built into the architecture of the building. we could see online publishers start using more ads that can’t be sniffed out by ad blockers, they get people to click on that content, and that is why we came to Bengaluru of our own accord.

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New Delhi: Petrol prices across the four metros increased by over Rs 3 per litre in 12 days after dynamic pricing system was resumed on 14 May, We cant even begin to imagine how the families of those trapped must feel, Shah arrived at around 11 pm and is scheduled to hold meetings with party leaders on Monday.

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