Zayn Malik films a music video for Aladdin movie in Central Park with Zhavia Ward; Read on to know more
Zayn Malik, who has been in the news after posting a series of unprecedented rants, is now hitting the headlines as he was spotted in New York’s Central Park as he filmed for a music video.
Zayn Malik, who has been in the news after posting a series of unprecedented rants, is now hitting the headlines as he was spotted in New York’s Central Park as he filmed for a music video. As per reports, the same is for Guy Ritchie’s upcoming movie Aladdin. As per the photos, which have been doing rounds on the internet, he was sporting an olive green suit and polished black shoes. He looked dapper in the same.
A film insider told The Sun, “Zayn is looking to work on something new in a bid to lose his reputation that’s become murky in recent years.”
The source added, “It would be the first kid-friendly work he’s done since he quit One Direction in 2015 and could make him more viable in terms of his future music career.” Talking about the movie, the same stars Will Smith, who will be seen in the role of Genie, and the movie is all set to release next month
Zayn, yesterday, posted the link of his new song StandStill. Along with the link, he wrote,” #StandStillVideo out now #ICARUSFALLS.” The same is visually pleasing as it features beautiful natural landscapes. For the unversed, the song is part of British pop star’s sophomore album, Icarus Falls, which was released in December 2018. Zayn sings, “If time stands still/ Move I will to you/ This was filmed/ Somehow I see you/ Move I will to you.”
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Exclusive: First Look at the Making of ‘Aladdin’ Revealed by Insight Editions’ New Art Book
We’ve got a great (and exclusive) look from behind the scenes of Disney’s upcoming live-action feature, Aladdin, to share with you today. From the cover art alone, you can tell that the new movie is obviously going to pay homage to the original animated classic but will also tap into the magic and mythology that enriched the story of a street rat-turned-prince. Additionally, the pages we can share with you today reveal the impressive studio set that acted as a stand-in for a Moroccan location, the imposing design of Jafar’s Study, and even an all-new character in the movie.
The Art and Making of Aladdin (Insight Editions / April 30, 2019 / $45.00) treats Aladdin fans to images that capture the visual majesty and behind-the-scenes accounts of the Disney film’s fascinating development and production. In this book, fans will discover how the streets of Agrabah come to vibrant life in the thrilling live-action adaptation of Disney’s 1992 classic, Aladdin, the exciting tale of the charming street rat Aladdin, the courageous and self-determined Princess Jasmine and the Genie who may be the key to their future.
This beautifully packaged book features exclusive interviews with director Guy Ritchie, legendary Disney composer Alan Menken, lyricists Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (La La Land, The Greatest Showman), and key cast and crew. The Art and Making of Aladdin takes an in-depth look at gorgeous concept art and unit photography and delves into characters old and new, including Will Smith’s Genie and Nasim Pedrad’s new character, Dalia. Revealing interviews with filmmakers, cast, and crewmembers provide unique insight into the Aladdin filmmaking experience through a beautifully designed exploration of the film’s creation.
The Art and Making of Aladdin moves beyond a simple commemoration. It is the definitive chronicle of hundreds of people’s shared mission to reimagine a beloved film in a completely new format. Check out a sampling of the book’s rich content below!
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