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Zoolander No. 2 2016 - 102 Min Commedia !!TOP!!



Zoolander 2, reso graficamente 2oolander, Zoolander No. 2 e Zoolander II, è un film del 2016 scritto, diretto ed interpretato da Ben Stiller, sequel della pellicola del 2001 Zoolander. Il film è inoltre interpretato da Owen Wilson, Penélope Cruz, Christine Taylor, Kristen Wiig e Will Ferrell.




Zoolander No. 2 2016 - 102 min Commedia



2016. L'agente dell'Interpol ed ex modella indossatrice di costumi Valentina Valencia segue il caso di una serie di celebrità misteriosamente assassinate, tutte con la famosa espressione di Zoolander, Blue Steel, stampata in volto. Quest'ultimo viene scosso dal torpore in cui versa da una missiva della stilista più rinomata del momento, Alexanya Atoz, che lo invita a Roma per una sfilata. Nonostante non sia più famoso, né riesca più a eseguire nessuna delle sue espressioni, Derek accetta l'invito sperando che i servizi sociali gli riconsegnino il figlio dopo aver visto il suo impegno. Riceve la lettera anche Hansel, ritiratosi nel deserto dove vive assieme alle sue compagne e compagni di orgia: avendo ingravidato tutto il gruppo ed incapace di prendersi le proprie responsabilità come padre, Hansel raggiunge Derek a Roma.


After uneven commercial success in the late 1970s, Bowie had three number-one hits: the 1980 single "Ashes to Ashes", its album Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps), and "Under Pressure" (a 1981 collaboration with Queen). He achieved his greatest commercial success in the 1980s with Let's Dance (1983). Between 1988 and 1992, he fronted the hard rock band Tin Machine before resuming his solo career in 1993. Throughout the 1990s and 2000s, Bowie continued to experiment with musical styles, including industrial and jungle. He also continued acting; his roles included Major Jack Celliers in Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence (1983), Jareth the Goblin King in Labyrinth (1986), Pontius Pilate in The Last Temptation of Christ (1988), and Nikola Tesla in The Prestige (2006), among other film and television appearances and cameos. He stopped touring after 2004 and his last live performance was at a charity event in 2006. He returned from a decade-long recording hiatus in 2013 with The Next Day and remained musically active until his death from liver cancer in 2016. He died two days after both his 69th birthday and the release of his final album, Blackstar.


Studying the dramatic arts under Lindsay Kemp, from avant-garde theatre and mime to commedia dell'arte, Bowie became immersed in the creation of personae to present to the world. Satirising life in a British prison, his composition "Over the Wall We Go" became a 1967 single for Oscar; another Bowie song, "Silly Boy Blue", was released by Billy Fury the following year.[37] Playing acoustic guitar, Hermione Farthingale formed a group with Bowie and guitarist John Hutchinson named Feathers; between September 1968 and early 1969 the trio gave a small number of concerts combining folk, Merseybeat, poetry and mime.[38]


Blackstar was released on 8 January 2016, Bowie's 69th birthday, and was met with critical acclaim.[255] He died two days later, after which Visconti revealed that Bowie had planned the album to be his swan song, and a "parting gift" for his fans before his death.[256] Several reporters and critics subsequently noted that most of the lyrics on the album seem to revolve around his impending death,[257] with CNN noting that the album "reveals a man who appears to be grappling with his own mortality".[258] Visconti also said that he had been planning a follow-up album, and had written and recorded demos of five songs in his final weeks, suggesting he believed he had a few months left.[259] The day following his death, online viewing of Bowie's music skyrocketed, breaking the record for Vevo's most viewed artist in a single day.[260] Blackstar debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart; nineteen of his albums were in the UK Top 100 Albums Chart, and thirteen singles were in the UK Top 100 Singles Chart.[261][262] Blackstar also debuted at number one on album charts around the world, including Australia, France, Germany, Italy, New Zealand and the US Billboard 200.[263][264]


In 2016, filmmaker and activist Michael Moore said he had wanted to use "Panic in Detroit" for his 1998 documentary The Big One. Denied at first, Moore was given the rights after calling Bowie personally, recalling: "I've read stuff since his death saying that he wasn't that political and he stayed away from politics. But that wasn't the conversation that I had with him."[397]


Bowie died of liver cancer in his New York City apartment on 10 January 2016.[400] He had been diagnosed eighteen months earlier but had not made his condition public.[247] The Belgian theatre director Ivo van Hove, who had worked with Bowie on his off-Broadway musical Lazarus, explained that he was unable to attend rehearsals due to the progression of the disease. He noted that Bowie had kept working during the illness.[401]


At the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in 2017, Bowie won all five nominated awards: Best Rock Performance; Best Alternative Music Album; Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical; Best Recording Package; and Best Rock Song. They were Bowie's first Grammy wins in musical categories.[418] On 8 January 2020, on what would have been Bowie's 73rd birthday, a previously unreleased version of "The Man Who Sold the World" was released and two releases were announced: a streaming-only EP, Is It Any Wonder?, and an album, ChangesNowBowie, released in November 2020 for Record Store Day.[419] In August, another series of live shows were released, including sets from Dallas in 1995 and Paris in 1999.[420] These and other shows, part of a series of live concerts spanning his tours from 1995 to 1999, was released in late 2020 and early 2021 as part of the box set Brilliant Live Adventures.[421] In September 2021, Bowie's estate signed a distribution deal with Warner Music Group, beginning in 2023, covering Bowie's recordings from 2000 through 2016.[422] Bowie's album Toy, recorded in 2000, was released on what would have been Bowie's 75th birthday.[423][424] On 3 January 2022, Variety reported that Bowie's estate had sold his publishing catalogue to Warner Chappell Music, "for a price upwards of $250 million".[425]


Belgian amateur astronomers at the MIRA Public Observatory in conjunction with Studio Brussel created a "Bowie asterism" in homage to him in January 2016; it depicts the lightning bolt of Aladdin Sane using the stars Sigma Librae, Spica, Zeta Centauri, SAO 204132, Sigma Octantis,[e] SAO 241641 and Beta Trianguli Australis which were near Mars at the time of Bowie's death.[445][446][447]


Zootopia (known as Zootropolis in the UK)[6] is a 2016 American 3D computer-animated buddy cop comedy film[7] produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It is the 55th Disney animated feature film, directed by Byron Howard and Rich Moore, co-directed by Jared Bush, and stars the voices of Ginnifer Goodwin, Jason Bateman, Idris Elba, Jenny Slate, Nate Torrence, Bonnie Hunt, Don Lake, Tommy Chong, J. K. Simmons, Octavia Spencer, Alan Tudyk, and Shakira. It details the unlikely partnership between a rabbit police officer and a red fox con artist, as they uncover a criminal conspiracy involving the disappearance of predators.


Zootopia premiered at the Brussels Animation Film Festival in Belgium on February 13, 2016,[8] and went into general theatrical release in conventional 2D, Disney Digital 3-D, RealD 3D, and IMAX 3D formats in the United States on March 4.[9][10] Critics praised its screenplay, animation, voice acting, and subject matter.[11][12][13] It opened to record-breaking box offices in several countries, and earned a worldwide gross of over $1Template:Nbspbillion, making it the fourth-highest-grossing film of 2016, the 34th-highest-grossing film of all time, the [[List of highest-grossing animated filmsfourth animated film to pass $1Template:Nbspbillion]] in global box-office earnings, and Walt Disney Animation Studios' highest-grossing film since 2013's Frozen.[14] The film earned numerous accolades; it was named one of the top ten best films of 2016 by the American Film Institute, and received an Academy Award, Golden Globe, Critics' Choice Movie Award, and Annie Award for Best Animated Feature Film, it also received a nomination for the BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film, but lost to Kubo and the Two Strings.[15]


In May 2013, The Hollywood Reporter initially reported that Howard was directing the film and that Jason Bateman had been cast, but little else about the film was known at the time.[17] Zootopia was first officially announced in August 2013 at the D23 Expo, with a March 2016 release date.[44][50]


The first teaser trailer was released online at Walt Disney Animation Studios' YouTube page on June 11, 2015.[73] A second teaser trailer was released online again at Walt Disney Animation Studios' YouTube page on November 23, 2015, featuring a sequence of the film where the main characters encounter a Department of Mammal Vehicles (based on the DMV) run entirely by sloths.[74] The official theatrical trailer for the film was released online at Walt Disney Animation Studios' YouTube page on New Year's Eve 2015.[75] Figures of Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde were released for Disney Infinity 3.0 on March 1, 2016.[76]


Zootopia was released by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment on Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D, DVD, and Digital HD platforms on June 7, 2016. It includes some bonus material such as "Scoretopia", an alternate opening, and the music video to Shakira's "Try Everything".[77] The film debuted at the top of the home media sales chart for the week ending on June 12, 2016.[78] In India, the satellite rights were sold to Star Movies. 041b061a72


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