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Steven Spielbergs daughter via video conferencing reveals shes pursuing career as porn star

Daughter of legendary director Steven Spielberg - Mikaela - via video conferencing revealed to her parents that she is persuing the career of a porn star.
Steven Spielberg with daughter Mikaela

Daughter of legendary director Steven Spielberg, who directed films like Jurassic Park, Jaws, etc., – Mikaela – revealed that she has begun producing solo adult film videos with the stage name ? Sugar Star. The 23-year-old further confessed that she wanted to work as a stripper at a club.

Mikaela, who is one of the adopted daughters of Steven (73) and his actress wife Kate Capshaw (66), clarified that her parents have been quite supportive in her new endeavour. She broke the news to her parents via face time and admitted that initially they were ?intrigued by her career choice but weren’t ?upset? at all. Their foremost concern was only her safety. During the interview, Mikaela also said that shes always been a sexual person that got her in trouble previously.

Speaking about ?financial independence? and ?capitalising? on her body she said, that her major concern is to get good work not and not get tied down financially. She further said that she wanted to tell people about how shes not wrong in captitalising her body.

Mikaela also confessed that she had previously posted few videos of hers on Porn Hub (porn website) under the stage name Sugar Star but took them off temporarily as she was waiting to procure her license as a sex worker, which is yet to be approved by Tennessee’s Sexually Oriented Business Licensing Board.

Speaking about the reason behind associating with porn, she said that she got really tired of not being able to capitalise on her body and instead being told to hate her body. She said, I just got tired of working in such a way that wasn’t satisfying my soul. I feel like doing this kind of work; I’m able to satisfy? other people. It feels good because it’s not in a way that makes me feel violated.

Speaking about her 47-year-old fiancé Chuck Pankow, she said that she wouldn’t have sex on camera with anyone else, as it would be a violation of her boundaries and relationship with her partner.

Mikaela is one of Steven and Kate Capshaw’s seven children – Jessica Capshaw, Max Samuel, Theo, Sasha Rebecca, Sawyer Avery and Destry Allyn.

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Game of Thrones actors Kit Harington and Rose Leslie tie the knot

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Game of Thrones co-stars Kit Harington and Rose Leslie, on Saturday, tied the knot at Rayne Church in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
Rose Leslie and Kit Harington after their wedding at Rayne Church in Scotland.

Game of Thrones co-stars Kit Harington and Rose Leslie, on Saturday, tied the knot at Rayne Church in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The wedding was followed by a grand reception at the 900-year-old Wardhill Castle, which is owned by Leslies family. The reception was attended by many Game of Thrones actors including Sophie Turner, Peter Dinklage, Emilia Clarke, Massie Williams, etc.

Guests shower rose petals on Rose Leslie and Kit Harington after their wedding at Rayne Church in Scotland.

Kit and Rose, met each other in 2012 on the sets of the HBO fantasy show, in which they played a couple. While Kit still continues to play the central character of Jon Snow, Rose played the role of Jons love interest Ygritte, who later died on the show. Rose and Kit’s sizzling chemistry is still remembered fondly by the fans of the super-hit fantasy series.

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Anupam Kher nominated for a BAFTA award for ‘The Boy with the Topknot’

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Indian actor Anupam Kher has been nominated for a BAFTA award for his role in the BBC TV movie - The Boy with the Topknot.
Indian actor Anupam Kher in a scene from BBC TV movie ‘The Boy with the Topknot.’

Indian actor Anupam Kher has been nominated for a BAFTA award for his role in the BBC TV movie – The Boy with the Topknot. Kher has been nominated as the Best Supporting Actor in the British Academy Television Awards, for which the nomination announcement was made on Wednesday. Kher is accompanied by fellow nominees Adrian Dunbar (Line of Duty), Brian F O?Byrne (Little Boy Blue) and Jimmi Simpson (USS Callister) in the best supporting actor category.

The Boy with the Topknot is a movie based on a memoir by Sathnam Sanghera, a British Sikh, wherein he writes about his family history and his years growing up in Wolverhampton. In the movie, Kher plays the role of the father of Sathnam (played by British actor Sacha Dhawan).

An acclaimed actor, Anupam Kher, started his film career more than three decades back with the movie Saaransh in 1984. Apart from winning six filmfare awards, he has also been conferred upon by Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan by the Government of India. Along with A Boy with the Topknot, Khers international projects include Bend It Like Beckham, ER, Silver Linings Playbook and Oscar nominated movie – The Big Sick.

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Cannes film festival bans selfies on the red carpet

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Selfies have been banned at the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival, which is one of the World's most prestigious film festival.
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Selfies have been banned at the red carpet of the prestigious Cannes Film Festival by the organisers of the festival. The news was shared by the festivals artistic director Thierry Fremaux in an interview, in which he called the act of taking selfies at the red carpet ridiculous, trivial and an unwanted disorder.

Fremaux, during the interview, said that even though the organisers have not thought as to how to carry out the new rule in practical terms, they will trust the attendees and their understanding of the situation. Fremaux said that it was his job to preserve the prestige of the festival as he said, It tarnishes the quality and tempo of the ascending the steps. Some are protesting and commenting negatively but selfies didn’t exist 10 years ago. It’s obviously not the most important thing in the world. We go to Cannes to see movies, not to take selfies.

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