New York, Nov 19 (AP/UNB) — Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are confirming their long rumored marriage. On Instagram, at least.
The 24-year-old Canadian singer posted a picture on Instagram earlier this week of him holding hands with the 21-year-old model with the caption: "My wife is awesome."
Baldwin followed up by changing her Instagram username to "Hailey Bieber."
The young couple got engaged this summer in the Bahamas after about a month of dating. Bieber also confirmed that via Instagram. He posted a photo of Baldwin kissing him and called her the love of his life.
Baldwin is the daughter of actor Stephen Baldwin. Bieber released his last album, "Purpose," in 2015.
Bieber's manager didn't immediately respond to an email seeking comment.
Florida, Nov 18 (AP/UNB) — "Star Wars" fans will soon be able to pilot the Millennium Falcon and face off against Kylo Ren in battle.
Disney on Saturday announced some details of the new "Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge" lands, opening in 2019. It also announced that composer John Williams, creator of the classic "Star Wars" themes, is writing new music for the "Galaxy's Edge" attractions, and shared a sneak preview.
The two signature attractions of the "lands" now under construction will be "Millennium Falcon: Smuggler's Run," in which guests can take the controls in three different roles, and "Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance," offering an "epic battle" between the First Order and the Resistance.
The attractions are to open at Disneyland Resort in summer 2019 and at Walt Disney World Resort in the fall.
Dhaka, Nov 17 (UNB) - Tauqir Ahmad’s new movie ‘Fagun Haway - In spring Breeze’ will be released on February 8 of the next year.
The announcement was made during the contact signing ceremony between Walton and Nokkhottro Cholochitro on Friday night in the city’s Six Seasons Hotel.
The first look (poster) of the film was inaugurated by Bipasha Hayat and Amin Khan in the presence of all artists of the movie as well as the trailer and songs of the film were also shown.
Tauqir said that he has tried to provide everything in the film according to the demands of sequence and scene without any compromise which made his film special and different comparing to others.
Actress Nusrat Imrose Tisha, who played female lead in Tauquir’s last film Haldaa, has again taken the lead role in film, will be seen sharing the screen with new comer Siam in the film.
The film is the maiden work for the promising actor Siam under the direction of Tauqir Ahmad. The hero of the film said, “It was exciting for me to be a part the film and also want to be part of the director’s next one.”
Actress Tisha said, “I am always with good works. So, there is no reason to miss being a part of this excellent film.”
The film is produced by Impress Telefilm and inspired by Tito Rahman’s `Bau Kotha Kao` short story based on the language movement.
Apart from Siam and Tisha, renowned actors Abul Hayat, Fazlur Rahman Babu, Shahidul Alam Sachchu, Roonak Hasan, Faruque Ahmed, Saju Khadem and Shahadat Hossain will also be seen in the movie.
Besides, Indian actor Yashpal Sharma, who has acted in Bollywood films like Lagaan and Hazaron Khwaishein Aisi, will play the character of a Pakistani police officer in the film.
Well-known actor turned director Tauquir Ahmed who made his directorial debut through liberation war based film Joyjatra in 2004 has picked language movement as the theme of his 8th film.
Films directed by Taquir are Joyjatra (2004), Rupkothar Golpo (2006), Daruchini Dwip (2007), Oggatonama (2016) and Haldaa (2017).
Dhaka, Nov 17 (UNB) – The third and final day of the fabulous folk festival resumed on Saturday with the performance of Nakshi Kantha.
Sun Communications in association with Sun Foundation organized the festival in the country for the fourth consecutive year at Bangladesh Army Stadium in Banani from the evening till 12 am.
The musical troupe generally performs Jari, Sari and many more genres of song.
Las Migas from Spain and Shafqat Amanat Ali from Pakistan are scheduled to come to this bustling city to celebrate the spirit of folk music on the final day of DIFF.
Baul Kabir Shah, Arnob, Swarobanjo and Bhabna Nritya Dol of the hsot country will also be performing on the third day.
DIKANDA from Poland, Wadali Brothers and Satyaki Banerjee from India and Abdul Hai Dewan from Bangladesh performed on the first day of the three-day-long folk fest.
Internationally renowned music band DIKANDA introduced the audience with extremely emotional and authentic performance just after the formal inauguration of the fest on Thursday.
Grammy award-winning folk band Los Texmaniacs from the USA and Majaz from Bahrain also enthralled Dhaka audiences on the second day of the fest.
The Raghu Dixit Project from India, prominent artists Momotaz Begom and Swarobanjo of the host country were on the list to perform on the second day (Friday).
Some 174 artistes from seven countries including Bangladesh gathered on a single stage to celebrate the music of the heart.
The audience had to print their Entry Pass for each day to enter the festival with the photocopy of their respective NID or Passport.
The audiences could also enjoy the musical show through Grameenphone’s online video streaming service ‘Bioscope Live’.
Los Angeles, Nov 17 (AP) — Justin Bieber has agreed to settle a long-running lawsuit filed by a former neighbor whose house the pop singer egged.
A document filed Friday shows the case has been resolved in its entirety. No details were given about the terms.
Jeffrey and Suzanne Schwartz filed a lawsuit in early 2015 that alleged they suffered emotional harm because of the egging and other actions by Bieber when he lived next door.
The 24-year-old pop singer has already served probation in a criminal plea deal after the 2013 incident, and paid $80,000 in restitution for the damage he caused.
The lawsuit alleged Bieber spit in Jeffrey Schwartz's face and terrorized the family with loud parties, drug use and aggressive driving while living in a gated community in the celebrity enclave of Calabasas. It sought more than $25,000 in damages for assault and battery, trespassing and infliction of emotional distress claims.
Bieber's attorneys argued that the restitution he already paid and the punishment he was given were sufficient, and that he did not rightly owe more for emotional damages.
Messages left for attorneys from both sides were not immediately returned.
During an August hearing, Judge Elaine W. Mandel, who had taken over the case after three years, expressed skepticism at the plaintiffs' claims. She grilled the Schwartz's attorney Brian J. Kim to explain what damages Bieber caused the plaintiffs, calling them "minimal."
She also did not appear inclined to admit much of the evidence the plaintiffs want to introduce at trial, including dozens of media stories about Bieber's misbehavior.