Entertainment John Travolta selling $5 million oceanic mansion with 20 bedrooms
Godzilla Vs Kong: Its director could sign a remake of Volte / face
Adam Wingard, director of "Godzilla Vs Kong", has been chosen to direct the remake of the cult film of the 90s, "Volte / face", with John Travolta and Nicolas Cage. © D.R.
The Maine mansion that actorshared with his late wife, actor , has been put up for sale.
The 67-year-old star of Grease and Saturday Night Fever recently listed the home on Islesboro, an island off the coast of Maine, for US$5 million (approx. $6.3 million), according to the.
The couple bought the home in 1991 as newlyweds and turned it from a "very dark and sombre" house into a bright family home for their soon-to-be-born son, Jett, according to a 1999 feature in Architectural Digest. Built in 1903, the 10,830-square-foot (approx. 1006 square metres) home has 20 bedrooms and sits on a 48-acre (approx. 19 ha) estate along the ocean.
Face/Off sequel is in the works 24 years after the original
On Thursday Deadline shared that director Adam Wingard was taking on the next film but he would not reveal if Travolta and Cage will be a part of the follow up. The movie is a sequel not a remake.Now 24 years later, Hollywood is making a sequel to the blockbuster.
Travolta told Architectural Digest that he and Preston bought the home after visiting actorat her home on the island. The couple said they had always wanted a home big enough to entertain their dozens of family members.
Preston, who had roles alongsidein Jerry Maguire and in Twins, after a two-year battle with breast cancer. She was 57. Their first son, Jett, after suffering a seizure at the family's vacation home in the Bahamas.
Travolta became a Hollywood star in the 1970s and was nominated for an acting Oscar for his 1977 performance in Saturday Night Fever. He was nominated again for his role in 1994′s Pulp Fiction.
Powerful Georgian oligarch looms over political crisis .
A simmering political crisis in Georgia came to a head this week, with the surprise resignation of the prime minister and the dramatic arrest of an opposition leader in a police raid. The standoff took on dangerous dimensions on Monday when police used tear gas to raid the UMN's headquarters and arrest party leader Nika Melia. Melia, 41, a charismatic politician who united Georgia's traditionally divided opposition against Georgian Dream, has said his prosecution on "spurious" charges of "organising mass violence" during anti-government protests in 2019 was "Ivanishvili's whim".