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‘A Murder to Remember’: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the Lifetime thriller

‘A Murder to Remember’ is Lifetime’s latest thriller movie that follows Robin Rivera, whose husband Javier dies under mysterious

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‘A Murder to Remember’ is Lifetime’s latest thriller movie that follows Robin Rivera, whose husband Javier dies under mysterious circumstances while celebrating their first anniversary on a camping trip. When Robin finds herself helpless, she enlists a stranger named Sam, who helps her cope with her loss. However, can she lay her trust in Sam, or is the latter driven by hidden motives? 

Release Date 

‘A Murder to Remember’ will premiere on August 2 at 8 pm ET on Lifetime.

Plot 

The official synopsis reads, “ by Ann Rule’s true crime collection Empty Promises. Javier (Kevin Rodriguez) and Robin Rivera (Maddie Nichols) are celebrating their one-year anniversary on a camping trip. But when Javier ends up dead, Robin finds herself alone in the rough wilderness. She accepts help from another camper, a mysterious stranger named Sam (TC Matherne), and slowly places her in his hands. But is Sam there to protect Robin? Or does she need protection from him?” 

Cast 

Kevin Rodriguez 

Kevin Rodriguez, who plays the lead role of Javier in ‘A Murder to Remember’, is known for acting in series such as ‘Power’ and ‘Unraveled’. He has also worked in films such as ‘Swipe Right’, ‘Arm Bar’ and ‘Metrocard’. 

Maddie Nichols

Maddie Nichols essays Robin Rivera in ‘A Murder to Remember’. She was born in Baton Rouge, Los and her passion for acting began when she was as young as ten years old. Nichols’s early interests also included dancing, softball, gymnastics, soccer and cheerleading. 

Leslie Hendrix

Leslie Hendrix is best known for portraying the medical examiner Elizabeth Rodgers on ‘ & Order series, ‘Law & Order’, ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’, ‘Law & Order: Criminal Intent and ‘Law & Order: Trial by Jury’. Hendrix is also recognized for playing Judge Hannah Lampert on ‘All My Children’. She appeared as Kathryn Monroe in the third season of ‘Gotham’. Hendrix’s notable works in films , ‘About a Teacher’, ‘Arthur’ and ‘Made for Each Other’. 

Creators

Details regarding the creators of ‘Murder to Remember’ is not made available by Lifetime. MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) will update the article once those details are revealed.  

Trailer 


The official trailer for ‘A Murder to Remember’ is yet to be released by Lifetime. MEAWW will update this article once it’s out. 

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Urvashi Rautela Recalls Working With Late Actor Vivekh in Her Upcoming Tamil Debut Film (View Post)

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Actress Urvashi Rautela took to social media on Sunday to mourn the demise of Padma Shri actor Vivekh and recall her experience of working with him in her upcoming Tamil debut film. The first schedule of the film was shot in Manali last month. Urvashi shared a photograph with the late Tamil film actor on Instagram and a video where the two of them can be seen reading a script and practicing the dialogues. Rest In Peace Vivekh, Tamil Actor and Comedian Passes Away at 59 in Chennai Hospital.



Sharing the photo and video on Instagram, Urvashi wrote: “I will miss you forever my Padma Shri @actorvivekh sir. My experience of working with a legend like you in my debut tamil film is unforgettable. I’m so shocked by the loss. You cared for me & cared for the world. Your comic timing & dialogues. Your love for the trees. My heartfelt condolences to Vivekh sir’s family, friends and fans. #RIPVivekh. I have some best memories of my life with you….Thank you sir for everything.” at 59: , Kamal Haasan, Suriya and Other Celebs Mourn the Loss of Veteran Actor.




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Tamil film comedian and Padma Shri Vivekh passed away on Saturday at a private hospital in Chennai. He was 59. Vivekh made his debut in 1987 in the film Manathil Urudhi Vendum directed by the late K. Balachander. He has acted in over 200 films and was awarded the Padma Shri in 2009 and the Kalaivanar award from the Tamil Nadu government.



(The above story first appeared on Onhike on Apr 19, 2021 01:22 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website onhike.com).

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Ranveer Singh: There Are No Failures in Life, Only Lessons

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Bollywood star, youth icon, fashion icon, entrepreneur and actor. It’s taken Ranveer Singh just over a decade to tick all those boxes and establish himself as an entertainment super brand who promises a maverick surprise, every time he hits the public gaze, on or off the screen. Ranveer’s success as a celebrity lies in his ability to balance two very different aspects of being a new-age Bollywood star. He is equally at home cutting an impromptu eccentric picture — mostly highlighted by his irreverent sartorial choices for the media glare — as he is while showcasing well-prepared perfection while living his protagonist in films such as Bajirao-Mastani, Padmaavat and Gully Boy. Ranveer Singh Birthday Special: 5 Understated Performances of the Simmba Star That Make Him So Awesome.



Ranveer would tell you it is important for him to from life’s experiences, in order to take his on-screen roles to the point of authenticity. “For each different character, one has to tap into one’s own bank of experiences to make the portrayal truthful, visceral and honest. I deeply empathise with the underdog characters that I have played because I have been through a similar journey in my own life,” says the actor. ’83: Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, Pankaj Tripathi’s Sports Film To Release in Theatres on June 4!




He finds a special connect with Murad, his character in Gully Boy, as well as former Indian cricket captain Kapil Dev in the upcoming 83. For Ranveer, playing Kapil, who captained an underdog team to India’s first-ever World Cup win in 1983, was about acting out a historic moment of triumph against all odds.

“There is a dialogue in Gully Boy that broadly translates from Hindi to, ‘I refuse to change my dreams to match my reality, I will change my reality to match my dreams’. I have felt this sentiment deep down in my soul. When these characters have to prove themselves against all odds, I can relate to that struggle at a very profound level. In Gully Boy, Murad achieves the impossible. In ’83’, Kapil’s devils achieve the impossible. I can lend truth to these roles because I’ve been there in my own journey. I feel their disillusionment, I feel their anger, their frustration, I feel their grit, all in a very intense way because I’ve been through it myself. I’ve felt it for real,” he asserts.




Ranveer Singh arrived in Bollywood with the 2010 hit Band Baaja Baaraat, and by 2013 he had established his credentials as one of Hindi mainstream’s most exciting new-gen stars, playing a modernday ‘desi’ Romeo in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s superhit romantic tragedy Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela opposite Deepika Padukone. If Ranveer’s career has only moved upwards since then, he can afford to look back at his struggling years with a note of contentment.

“At different points and in several instances during my struggling years, I felt like there was no hope. Getting one’s foot inside the door of a largely exclusive entertainment industry seemed unachievable. But I persisted. You could say I was both hungry and foolish. More than anything, I in my abilities and in my potential,” he recalls.

“Even back then, when I had nothing, the same driven, tenacious and work ethic was characteristic of my hustle. I was well aware of what a long shot it was. But I was willing to take that leap of faith. When there wasn’t a good lead in sight for long periods, the phone wouldn’t ring for months, my faith was challenged, but I debunked the idea that what I was trying to achieve was impossible. I stayed focused in the most testing of times. I almost forced the universe into making it happen for me,” says the actor. “My single-mindedness and determination eventually paid off and my dream became my reality. Ever since, every day feels like I am living a dream,” he adds.



A decade later, having established himself firmly on solid tinsel terrain, Ranveer is clear about his biggest learning. “When young actors, especially ‘outsiders’, come up to me seeking advice on how to navigate their hustle, the first and most important thing I tell them is ‘do it for the right reasons’. Do it simply because you love performing. I urge them to not be lured towards performing arts or the entertainment business because success in this field comes with fame and money. Those are transient, they are frills — just trappings. So, I say, ‘be true to your craft and do it for the love of and for the joy of performing’,” says Ranveer.

“Another thing I learned along the way, is that authenticity has the most resonance. If you try being something that you are inherently not, you are doing a disservice to yourself. If you stay true to who you are, if you lose the fear of being judged, only then will you vibrate at a high frequency. ‘You do you’, I tell them. Be original, be your unique self. And another important thing I’ve learned is to keep taking risks. The bigger the risk, the bigger the reward. You may falter during that process, but I believe that there are no failures in life, there are only lessons,” he adds.

Ranveer acknowledges the importance of getting the right break, and the fact that it can often become the defining factor for success in an unpredictable industry as showbiz, along with passion and hard work. “One can have the passion and grit and can even prepare endlessly for the moment that one gets to shine. But often, the missing piece of the puzzle is ‘opportunity’. My hustle was as difficult as it was because of the sheer lack of opportunities. That’s what I wanted to create for fellow dreamers. To provide the opportunity to young creators who were burning with passion. To give them a platform to showcase their talent. It is my way of giving back. It is my way of paying forward the blessings I have received. It is my way of showing gratitude to the universe,” concludes Ranveer, who is part of a new campaign for Adidas.

(The above story first appeared on Onhike on Apr 19, 2021 01:05 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website onhike.com).

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Adarsh Gourav: Being a Singer Helps Me Deliver Dialogues With Right Rhythm

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Actor , lead star of the Oscar-nominated film The White Tiger, gave credits to his singing skills for helping him understand the movement of his character and deliver dialogues with right rhythm. Gourav, who is also trained in classical music, said: “When you see me break into a song while in character in The White Tiger in a scene with actor Rajkummar Rao, it was actually completely impromptu. Being a singer truly helps me understand the movements of my character and deliver dialogues with the right rhythm, which I feel is very crucial for actors.” The White Tiger Actor Adarsh Gourav Opens Up About Being -Class, Says ‘It Helped Me Experience a Wider Perspective of Life’.



In the final act of The White Tiger, when Ashok played by Rajkummar Rao, drunkenly sings in English, Gourav performs an impressive Hindi rendition of O Murari Re, which was completely improvised by the actor. The actor played ‘Balram Halwai’ in The White Tiger, a role that fetched him a nomination alongside names such as Hollywood actors Anthony Hopkins, the Chadwick Boseman, Riz Ahmed, Mads Mikkelsen and Tahar Rahim at the 74th British Academy of Films and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards. The White Tiger Star Adarsh Gourav Says BAFTA Nomination Is as Good as a Win for Him.




Based on Aravind Adiga’s novel of the same name, earned writer-director Ramin Bahrani a nomination for the ‘Best Adapted Screenplay’ category at the upcoming Oscars as well as the recent BAFTAs. The film also features actors Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Rajkummar Rao.



(The above story first appeared on Onhike on Apr 19, 2021 12:48 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website onhike.com).





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