Fashion film ‘Devil Wears Prada’ to Finally Get Sequel

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Exciting news for fans of the iconic 2006 film “The Devil Wears Prada” – a sequel is reportedly in development at Disney. One of the original screenwriters, Aline Brosh McKenna, is in talks to write the follow-up. According to Variety, the sequel will follow Meryl Streep’s character, magazine editor Miranda Priestly, as she confronts the decline of print publications in the digital age.

US news outlet Deadline reported that the film’s original director, David Frankel, and producer, Wendy Finerman, are also in talks to return for the sequel. While it remains unclear how many of the original cast members will reprise their roles, fans are hopeful to see familiar faces.

“The Devil Wears Prada,” based on Lauren Weisberger’s 2003 novel, became a box office hit, grossing $326.7 million worldwide. The story follows Andrea Sachs, played by Anne Hathaway, as she lands a job as the assistant to Miranda Priestly, the ice-cold editor of a major New York fashion magazine.

Meryl Streep’s portrayal of Priestly earned her a Golden Globe and an Oscar nomination. The film was also a breakthrough for Hathaway and Emily Blunt, who played Miranda’s assistant Emily Charlton. In the sequel, Blunt’s character is said to have moved on to become an executive at a luxury group, with an advertising budget crucial for Priestly’s magazine.

Last year, Blunt and Hathaway reunited for Variety’s Actors on Actors series, reflecting on their experience working with Streep. Blunt fondly recalled the joy of filming and the lasting impact of the movie on her career.

As the sequel takes shape, fans eagerly anticipate the return of their favourite characters and the new challenges they will face in the evolving world of fashion and publishing.


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Gladiator 2 Makes International Headlines As Hype Continues To Build Up

Gladiator 2 Makes International Headlines As Hype Continues To Build Up
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With the new Gladiator II film trailer that was released by Paramount Pictures, which stars Paul Mescal as Lucius. The film is scheduled for release on November 22, the sequel continues the saga of Lucius, son of Lucilla and nephew of Commodus, the original film’s antagonist.

The Gladiator film has gained significant attention from Variety, The Guardian, Independent, and Forbes, each highlighting different aspects. Variety focuses on the the star-studded cast, including Pedro Pascal and Denzel Washington. The Guardian praises Ridley Scott’s return and attention to historical detail, while Independent explores the thematic depth of Luciu’s journey from Numidia back to Rome.

Fans have been awaiting a sequel to the first Gladiator for 24 years now, so it is to be expected for everyone to be raving about it, Maltese citizens especially as it was filmed in our own island of Malta. Fans are buzzing all over social media about the main cast of Paul Mescal and Pedro Pascal, with fans making edits all over Tiktok and X.

Are you excited to watch the new Gladiator film ?


75% of Tickets Already Sold for Italian Legends Concert at Fosos

Al Bano, Ricchi e Poveri & More Announced for Massive Fosos Concert
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Hurry up and secure your spot for an unforgettable evening with UNA NOTTE CON LE STELLE! With 75% of tickets already sold, this event is quickly approaching a sell-out.

On September 28th, the Granaries in Floriana will host a dazzling live concert featuring iconic Italian artists Al Bano, Ricchi e Poveri, Matia Bazar, and Riccardo Fogli. The night will be hosted by the renowned Italian superstar Lorella Cuccarini, promising an exhilarating three-hour spectacle filled with non-stop music and celebration.

Supported by Visit Malta, The Ministry for Tourism, and LatteMiele, the concert’s exciting lineup was first hinted at when Keith Demicoli shared a reel with Cuccarini. Fans are eagerly anticipating a night brimming with timeless hits, stellar performances, and a joyous atmosphere.

UNA NOTTE CON LE STELLE presents a unique chance for fans to witness the extraordinary talent of these music legends live. The concert will take attendees on a nostalgic journey through some of the most cherished Italian songs, ensuring an evening of dancing and singing along.

Don’t miss out—mark your calendars and get your tickets now before they’re all gone. Join us for an incredible celebration of Italian music!




Ħamrun Spartans Suffer 1-0 Loss In Champions League Opening

Ħamrun Spartans Suffer 1-0 Loss In Champions League Opening
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Ħamrun Spartans face an uphill battle in their Champions League campaign after a 1-0 defeat to Lincoln Red Imps in the first qualifying round first leg at the Centenary Stadium.

Lincoln’s Britto scored the decisive goal in a match where both teams ended with ten men.

The Spartans were pushed back early on when Brazilian midfielder Elionay Freitas received a straight red card after only nine minutes, leaving them a player down for most of the match. Despite this, they controlled the game well, limiting Lincoln’s chances.


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Lincoln also had a player sent off just before halftime when Kike received a second yellow card, restoring numerical parity. This allowed the Spartans to dominate the second half, but they were unable to beat Lincoln goalkeeper Santiago Nauzat.

New signings Mayron, Wendell Barros, and Raphael Lopes featured for Ħamrun, but despite creating several opportunities, including a close-range header from Prsa and a shot from Corbalan, they failed to score.

A penalty awarded to Lincoln in stoppage time was overturned by VAR. The Spartans now must overcome a one-goal deficit in the second leg to advance to face Qarabag in the next round.