The cast and crew of the forthcoming "Jumanji" sequel have completed filming in Farmington.
The stars of the latest installment in the "Jumanji" franchise have posted to social media about their experiences while filming in New Mexico.
The Farmington Daily Times reported Friday that the cast and crew of the forthcoming "Jumanji" sequel have completed filming in Farmington.
Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart and Jack Black shared photos and videos on Instagram and YouTube about their time in the city 182 miles (293 kilometers) north of Albuquerque.
Hart and Johnson expressed gratitude and admiration for the Navajo Nation.
Johnson trained at Defined Fitness and said that while he required security to hold back overzealous fans, he can "highly recommend" the gym.
Black filmed himself playing - and losing - shuffleboard among the locals at Three Rivers Tap & Game Room.
"It's a rad little town," Black said.
Avengers: Endgame," the hugely anticipated series-ender from Disney and Marvel, set a new standard for Hollywood blockbusters this weekend with stunning hauls of $350 million in North America and $1.2 billion worldwide.
An emotional Patrick Stewart said he was "deliriously happy" to be returning to Star Trek a generation later, telling San Diego Comic-Con that "you cannot have too many franchises in a career."
With a star-studded voice cast including Beyonce and estimated $250 million budget, Hollywood's reigning hitmaker has spared no expense bringing arguably its most beloved source material roaring to photo-realistic life.
Preksha took her life by hanging from a ceiling fan on Monday night at her residence in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India, reports timesofindia.com.
Among those arriving in Delhi from Mumbai is TV actor Karanveer Mehra. After reaching his home in the National Capital Region (NCR), Karanveer shared his experience of boarding a flight amidst the health scare.
Cameras stopped rolling weeks ago due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed more than 300,000 people worldwide, including over 200 in the West African country.
The concert, which was broadcast live on Al Majaz Amphitheatre’s social media accounts to abide by the precautionary measures taken by the UAE to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, drew unprecedented viewership, with 30,000 eyeballs on Facebook alone.