Director Denis Villeneuve is spending some time in the world of Arrakis with his two-part film adaptation of Dune, but it sounds like he might be working with a familiar collaborator again soon. Jake Gyllenhaal, who starred in Villeneuve’s one-two punch of Enemy and Prisoners in 2013, revealed that the two are teaming up again for a mysterious new project.
I’ll cut to the chase: we don’t have any details about what this forthcoming collaboration might be. “There is something we are working on now,” Gyllenhaal said in a recent interview, but that “something” remains mysterious for the time being. While I’m disappointed there aren’t any concrete details yet, I’m also excited that another Gyllenhaal Villeneuve joint could be coming our way at some point.
IndieWire pointed us to the latest episode of the Team Deakins podcast, in which Oscar-winning cinematographer Roger Deakins and his team speak with people in the film industry and get insight into their work. Gyllenhaal was the guest, reuniting with Deakins after they worked on Prisoners together, and at one point, the conversation turned to their old pal Denis Villeneuve. Gyllenhaal told a fun little story about how he was convinced to star in Enemy, a genuinely unsettling film in which he plays the dual roles of a man and his double.
“At the dinner [with Villeneuve], this weird thing happened,” Gyllenhaal said. “We were sitting next to this woman, and he must have planted her something, and she was like, ‘Can I tell you something? Look at this, my son looks exactly like you! He is your double. Isn’t that crazy? He’s actually your double!’ I was like, ‘What!’ And Denis looked at me and was like, ‘You have to do this movie.’”
The story continued. “Denis told me he had to make this movie and he didn’t know why. I just remember Denis saying, ‘I have to make this movie and I have to make it with you. I can find someone else to do it but I can’t get you out of my mind to do it.’ That’s very rare…Denis, to this day, there is something we are working on now and he just writes me, ‘I can’t wait to work with you again.’ And I feel the same way. There are these people you find in your life where you just have these connections. That began that connection.”
As for what this potential collaboration could be, it’s far too early to know. Villeneuve is theoretically going to be tied up in the world of Dune for the foreseeable future, but after that, he’s indicated that he’ll be ready to return to a smaller scale movie again – and that’s where Gyllenhaal thrives.
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Busta Rhymes And Anderson .Paak Are Sworn Enemies In Their Thrilling Video For ‘Yuuuu’
Earlier this year, Busta Rhymes announced he is preparing the release of his upcoming album, Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath of God with the release of “The Don & The Boss” with Vybz Kartel. The album will be the successor of his 1998 album, E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event): The Final World Front. Pushing forth with the album’s rollout, the Brooklyn rapper inks and a cross-country connection by recruiting Anderson .Paak for his new single, “Yuuu.”
The single arrives with a matching that visual that presents Busta and .Paak as swore enemies who both aim conquer one another and come out as the superior being. The song is also the second times Busta and .Paak have worked together after they last connected in 2018 for their “Bubblin” remix.
The song arrives just a week after Busta Rhymes joined Trippie Redd for their “I Got You” single. Clearing a sample of his 2002 track, “I Know What You Want” with Mariah Carey, Busta played the OG role for the young rapper in the song’s music video. As for .Paak, the song is another addition to a fairly active year for the California native. After kicking his year off with “Lockdown” track, which was later remixed by Jay Rock, JID, and Noname, .Paak would later tap Rick Ross for a verse on his “Cut Em In” single, before he lent his vocals to India Shawn’s “Movin” and Big Sean’s “Guard Your Heart” track off his newly-released chart-topping album, Detroit 2.
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Michaël Girard de La Voix dévoile sa collection de bijoux
Sa binette vous dit quelque chose?
Après avoir épaté la galerie à La Voix dans l’équipe de Marc Dupré en 2017, voilà que le chanteur populaire nous revient avec un nouveau projet: une collection de bijoux!
Prendre du vieux et en faire du presque neuf. Voir la beauté dans l’imperfection. Assumer notre différence. Tenter de changer sa manière de consommer et donner une seconde vie à quelque chose… C’est dans cet état d’esprit qu’est née la collection de bijoux de l’artiste Michaël Girard. Entièrement fabriquée à partir de pièces recyclées, la ligne «MG » vient d’être lancée sur sa boutique!
«La matière première, c’est les bijoux de fond de tiroir. Ceux qu’on a abandonnés parce qu’on ne les voyait plus ou parce qu’on ne venait pas à bout de les démêler. Les laissés-pour-compte…», dévoile le chanteur.
Il ajoute: «J’ai eu envie de créer des bijoux pour les gens qui aiment oser! L’accessoire qui vient ajouter le petit «quelque chose de plus» à ce que tu portes sans que ça te coûte une fortune. Celui que tu peux mettre tous les jours ou qui va faire parler dans une soirée»
La collection MG est unisexe, unique et originale. Chaque bijoux est exclusif et vendu en un seul exemplaire!
Pssst! Le chanteur Redgee ainsi que les deux fils de Michaël, Tom-Éliot (qui fait d’ailleurs partie de la présente saison de La Voix dans la team de Coeur de pirate) et Sam-Éloi font partie de la vidéo promo de la toute première collection du chanteur!
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Want to know how children can receive Eczema Treatment? This spray containing live bacteria may be the key.
Here’s a shorthand method to think about my exploration: Using bugs as medications may one day carry would like to cleansers.
Patients with atopic dermatitis, all the more normally known as skin inflammation, experience the ill effects of dry, bothersome skin and rashes, and have a higher danger of creating roughage fever, asthma and food hypersensitivities.
The reason for dermatitis is as yet obscure, however contemplates finished by my group and others keep on proposing that controlling the skin microbiome – the network of the apparent multitude of microscopic organisms and different microorganisms living on the outside of the skin – may offer remedial advantages to patients.
We conjectured that in the event that we legitimately splashed live microscopic organisms named Roseomonas mucosa – a normally happening skin microorganism – on the skin of patients with dermatitis, those solid microbes may make for sound skin.
What do patients need?
Our expectation is that a skin treatment utilizing this microscopic organisms will be an improvement over current dermatitis medicines.
In 2013, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) started requesting direct contribution from patients and patient support bunches for occasions known as Patient-Focused Drug Development gatherings (or PFDD, for short).
In September of 2019, the FDA directed a PFDD for dermatitis. One of the significant discoveries was that tingling was the side effect of essential worry for patients and their families. This stands conversely with the FDA’s present act of endorsing new medications dependent on the improvement in how awful the rash looks, rather than how awful the rash feels.
Patients additionally announced a high pace of difficulties from their present medicines and communicated specific worries about utilizing effective steroids.
Generally speaking, patients said that dermatitis significantly diminished their personal satisfaction as a result of the need to apply prescriptions every now and again. Skin inflammation additionally depleted their feelings and denied them of rest because of unmanageable tingling in it is possible that them or their youngsters.
Two years back, my associates and I announced our outcomes from 10 grown-ups and five kids who were in any event 9 years of age.
Since skin inflammation regularly torments kids who are more youthful than 7 years of age, our most current investigation selected an extra 15 youngsters as youthful as 3 years of age. Generally, our patients accomplished a 60-75 percent improvement in their rash and tingle by applying Roseomonas a few times each week for 4 months.
Patients and their families likewise revealed expecting to apply effective steroids less regularly and a superior personal satisfaction as they dozed more and tingled less. One patient grumbled of gentle tingling during the moment or so it took the shower to dry on their arms, however there were no different protests identified with treatment.
In this way, taken along with a portion of our security concentrates in mice, Roseomonas keeps on seeming safe.
Is this a fix?
One of the additionally encouraging discoveries of our new examination was that patients’ manifestations improved for as long as eight months in the wake of halting the bacterial shower prescription.
The upside of utilizing live microscopic organisms is that the microorganisms can take up home on the skin. We found that the microbes lived on the skin at any rate eight months after treatment and likely kept on giving clinical advantage without the requirement for steady application.
While not restored, numerous patients in the investigation portrayed their indications and “quieted”. Their ordinary day was better than anyone might have expected, and keeping in mind that skin inflammation flares despite everything happened, they were less regular and less extreme.
Hypothetically, applying our treatment when manifestations show may forestall future ailment and accordingly be “therapeudic” – nonetheless, for the time being, such reasoning is theory.
However, regardless of whether Roseomonas is more treatment than fix, our discoveries are still legitimately lined up with the objectives spread out in the PFDD: “continued alleviation from tingle,” a decreased requirement for skin steroids and a general improved capacity to “go about every day life”.
What comes straightaway?
Beginning this month, we are extending our clinical Roseomonas study to remember a lot more patients for a fake treatment controlled preliminary. In the new clinical examination, a large portion of the at least 120 patients that enlist will get our Roseomonas shower while the other half will get just a sugar water splash.
The information that microscopic organisms like Roseomonas can assist patients with dermatitis will likewise permit us to look at which ecological introductions may hurt these microorganisms.
As indicated by a 2016 report from the Environmental Protection Agency, there are more than 8,700 synthetics on the US market. Not these are normal and not all are utilized on the skin, yet the quantity of potential blends and centralizations of synthetics we may open our skin to consistently could be close to interminable.
By methodicallly assessing which introductions help, which hurt and which are kindhearted, we might have the option to “wash more astute” and distinguish the most ideal approach to keep ourselves clean without upsetting the parity of the microscopic organisms that keep us solid.
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