Netflix hit hard during the month of July. The streaming platform has offered the second part of season 4 of the series “Stranger Things”. This one recorded 1.15 billion hours of views. Other releases include the video game adaptation “Resident Evil” and “The Gray Man.” Varushka Mungra: “It’s always interestingRead More →

Fan of jazz for almost 80 years, Marc Danval, described as “Epicurious” in the biography of Michaël Albas dedicated to him, is the first witness in our series “The memory of jazz”. Marc Danval is a character like his shirts: colorful! It even seems, since they are often colorful, thatRead More →

The first teaser of the next Christopher Nolan film, Oppenheimer, is finally here, giving viewers their first glimpse of Cillian Murphy as the eponymous doctor who was salvaged when the atomic bomb was created. In the movie Dunkirk from 2017, Nolan had brought together three distinct timelines in a dizzyingRead More →

HELENE SEGARA. Singer Hélène Ségara, who participated Monday evening in the program “Who can beat us” on M6, revealed many comments on her physique. “Stop covering up Hélène Ségara.” On Twitter, Monday evening, comments burst out on Hélène Ségara, who participates in the M6 ​​program Who can beat us?, alongsideRead More →

Money doesn’t stretch as far as it used to. This becomes painfully evident with every purchase made and every bill paid. Sometimes it seems that families’ incomes have disappeared before they actually arrive. As such, people find it difficult to switch between paychecks. Unforeseen expenses, expensive necessities, and other mattersRead More →

© Atlanti-Culture “L’aiglon, Napoleon’s broken dream” by Laetitia de Witt was published by Tallandier. “L’aiglon, Napoleon’s broken dream” by Laetitia de Witt By Laetitia de Witt Tallandier 496p. – 24.90€ Our recommendation: EXCELLENT THEME The child born to Napoleon and Marie-Louise in March 1811, titled King of Rome, should haveRead More →

Copyright AFP 2017-2022. Reproduction rights reserved. A video accumulating nearly 650,000 views since July 15 affirms, with supporting photos, that the French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy, nicknamed “BHL“, would support the “jihadists” which are raging in Mali. She had previously appeared on social networks in December 2021. The writer she sawRead More →

According to reports, Prince William made a little girl cry at school. When Princess Diana found out, she had a serious conversation with her eldest son. Despite his temper, Prince William and Prince Harry still had some good times together. At first, Princess Diana brushed aside any criticism of PrinceRead More →

This week Vanupié, Ultravex, Tristesse contemporaine, Hana and Medhi Cayenne. Rude ! — Contemporary sadness I’ve never really liked Tristesse contemporaine, but it’s summer, there’s Lewis Ofman on production who must have made himself very small in front of the lascars. We asked him for a tropical sorbet in theRead More →

In the Atacama Desert, Chile. MARCIO CABRA/BIOSPHOTO VIA AFP “A sky of stones. Voyage en Atacama”, by Matthieu Gounelle, illustrations by Frédéric Pajak, Gallimard, “Le sentiment historique”, 128 p., €14.50. There are distinctions that conceal a much stronger power of attraction than a Goncourt or a Medici. They open upRead More →