On the occasion of the release of the highly anticipated El Camino: the Breaking Bad film, available today on Netflix, Sony Pictures Consumer Products has decided to open a pop-up entirely dedicated to the series event that has marked the history of television in the last decade. The Breaking Bad pop-up will open on October 16th at 7100 Santa Monica Blvd. in Los Angeles.
Inside, visitors will find sets that recreate in every way emblematic places of the series where to be photographed. The food does not go into the background, in fact, you can enjoy a meal designed specifically, some items on the menu, for example, are the Heisenburger Sliders, the Full Measure Grilled Cheese and the Loaded SAULsa Nachos, all served by staff dressed in the famous yellow suit.
It is not yet known how long the pop-up will remain open, but certainly until the end of the year and the tickets are already available on the official website. Don’t let them get away.
Sensual and ethereal, Arianna Genghini‘s photographs are not only beautiful, but are the manifesto of a way of perceiving the woman’s body far from clichés and preconceptions.
Arianna is a young photographer who grew up in the countryside, where she cultivated a deep bond with nature that she did not leave even when she moved to Milan. Once she graduated in Fashion Design she decided to attend a Master in Fashion Photography, where she refined her style and aesthetics.
Her background and her studies are the reasons why Arianna Genghini’s photographs stand out both for the attention to detail, from light to styling, but also for the message they carry.
In her photographic projects, especially Fiori Nudi and the latest Green Generation, Arianna explores the beauty of the female body in its naturalness. We see girls of all ages, so with different stories and pasts, take off all the weight of clothes and with them the restrictions of society and rediscover a bond with nature and themselves.
In this case nudity does not express the passionate and sensual side of the woman, but her freedom, it is the demonstration of how one can really be master of one’s own body, clashing with a society that has increasingly objectified it, making it lose value.
“Nudity is not an end but the means to claim ownership over a woman’s body that belongs only to those directly concerned”.
We have selected some of her shots, but to find out more visit Arianna Genghini’s website and follow her on Instagram so as not to miss her next works.
Today we will talk about a masterpiece of action and science fiction not yet presented in the cinema, but one of the few that has not postponed the release date due to the pandemic; Warner Bros has in fact delayed the screening of a couple of its films such as Wonder Woman 1984 (2020), In the Heights (2020), Godzilla vs. Kong (2021) and The Batman (2021). A few days ago, on September 9, finally appeared the first official trailer that confirms the release of Dune for December 18.
The Warner Bros, Pictures and Legendary Pictures film is directed by Oscar nominee Denis Villeneuve and is nothing more than an adaptation for the big screen of Frank Herbert‘s famous best seller of the same name.
Dune is an epic adventure full of emotions that tells the story of Paul Atreides, a brilliant young man born with a great destiny, who will have to travel to the most dangerous planet in the universe to ensure a future for his family and his people.
Epic is also the cast, we talk about Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Zendaya, Jason Momoa, the Oscar-winning Javier Bardem and many others..
Villeneuve collaborates for the first time with the director of photography Greig Fraser (“Lion”, “Zero Dark Thirty”, “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”) between the landscapes of Hungary and Jordan, places also familiar to the French photographer Clément Chapillon.
“Promise me a Land” is the name of his photographic series that offers a new and original vision of Israel and Palestine in which, at the center of artistic research, there is not the political situation and tensions, but the close bond between people and the land in which they live, regardless of their creed and nationality.
This time the comparison between the two artistic expressions is focused on the landscapes, colors and feelings that envelop the screen. And waiting for the arrival at the cinema of Dune, we give you a preview in the gallery below!
Did you know: Denis Villeneuve confirmed that his adaptation of Dune (2020) will be split into two films in order to ensure that the original story would be “preserved and not cut into a million pieces.”
Genre: Adventure, epic Director: Denis Villeneuve Director of photography: Greig Fraser Writers: Frank Herbert, Jon Spaihts Stars: Rebecca Ferguson, Zendaya, Jason Momoa