Abhishek Srivastava

Abhishek Srivastava

Communication professional covering pop culture

Education: Jawaharlal Nehru University | Abhishek started his career with Aajtak, leading broadcast news network of India and later moved to UTV Disney in 2011. He covered entertainment beat in an exhaustive manner and was also sent to Canada, South Africa, Pakistan, Holland for entertainment coverage. Currently he writes on pop culture for various platforms.

7 Movies That Surely Make The Cut For Best Picture Nomination At Oscar 2021

A Run-down Of The Likely Best Picture Oscar Contenders: Who Will Make The Cut?

With Dune 2020, Director Denis Villeneuve Has A Chance To Break Hollywood’s Oldest Curse

Before Dennis Villeneuve, director David Lynch had also envisioned his Dune 1984 to be a two-part film. Cursed from the start, the sequel’s screenplay never made it off the storyboard.

Olivia Colman-Gillian Anderson Face-Off Eclipses The Queen-Iron Lady Conflict In The Crown Season 4

In the season 4 of The Crown on Netflix there are two stars of equal mettle appear on screen together, it’s elementary that people look forward to a face-off situation than the two being ally of each other.

Matt Reeves’ Experiments With Robert Pattinson Go Beyond De-aging The Batman On-screen

With the launch of the trailer of Matt Reeves’ Batman, the discussion regarding the Dark Knight is back in the popular culture.

Reinventing Diana In The Crown: Netflix Sends Elizabeth Debicki On Mission Impossible

The actress, who shot to overnight fame in the role of Hugh Laurie’s girlfriend Jed in Susanne Bier’s The Night Manager, and who appears in the soon-to-be-released Christopher Nolan film Tenet, will play the Princess of Wales in the final two seasons of the popular series, which are expected to cover the rise of the Princess, the collapse of her relationship with Prince Charles, and her subsequent death in a Parisian tunnel while traveling in a high speeding car alongside her alleged lover Dodi Al Fayed in 1997.

Hollywood’s Wine-Making Obsession Spans From The Godfather To Charlie’s Angels

Cameron Diaz’s Hollywood career subsided earlier than expected. She was last seen in the comedy-drama Annie alongside Jamie Foxx, and that was almost six years back. But the star of There is Something About Mary is back in the news again, this time to tout a career shift that Hollywood celebs often resort to in the twilight of their career. Like most Hollywood celebs, Diaz has opted to become a wine entrepreneur.

With Marvel Calling, Shia LaBeouf Looks To Rise Above Controversy In The Name Of Art

Actor Shia LaBeouf certainly knows how to make some noise! His body of work coupled with his penchant for inviting trouble has kept his career quite eventful. While his recent release Tax Collector failed to impress, some fans have reason to believe that he would be Marvel Studios first X-Men recruit as Iceman. While it’ll be interesting to see how that pans out, let’s take a look at Shia LaBeouf’s honey boy affair with controversy.

A Jinx To Netflix’s Dream Franchise: Russos Rewrite The Gray Man With Chris Evans And Ryan Gosling

Budget apart, The Gray Man also has history attached to it. Prior to Netflix, two major production houses have tried to bring a film based on author Mark Greaney’s thrilling novel series to celluloid in the past.

From Mickey Rourke’s Provocations To Robert De Niro’s Snubs — Inside Hollywood’s Longest-Running Cold War

Up until a few days ago, no one had an inkling that Hollywood stalwarts Robert De Niro and Mickey Rourke had, for the past 33 years, been nursing their own dormant grudges and issues until Mickey Rourke threatened The Godfather actor in an Instagram post.

With Tenet, Christopher Nolan Departs From Inception-Interstellar Filmmaking Rituals

Touted as Nolan’s most ambitious film of his career, there are certain things which definitely make Tenet a remarkable film in its own way. Nolan filmed Tenet while keeping its storyline under lock and key.