Online Sports Database (OSDB) recently sat down for an exclusive interview with directors Rex Miller and Sam Pollard to discuss their upcoming documentary film “Citizen Ashe”.

The documentary, a revealing portrait of the late tennis legend and three-time Grand Slam champion Arthur Ashe, provides new details about his life off the court and a compelling background on his rise through the tennis ranks. The film has begun to headline major documentary film festivals and garner Oscar discussions ahead of its December 3rd opening in New York City, with plans to come

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Musician and die-tough Newcastle United lover Sam Fender has appeared on the BBC Breakfast couch despite becoming “seriously, seriously hungover”.

Fender had travelled up to the football ground, St James’ Park, to be a part of lovers in celebrating the club’s Saudi Arabian-backed takeover. Thursday’s announcement ends Mike Ashley’s 14-calendar year command of the club.

Speaking to BBC Breakfast in a Newcastle United tracksuit, he explained his saxophone participant commenced enjoying outdoors the floor and “5,000 Geordies started out singing alongside”.

“I did about 1,000 selfies, got good mobbed… but everybody was totally class and they gave us a whole

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Sam Asghari has higher expectations for Netflix’s forthcoming documentary about Britney Spears, his new fiancée, in spite of other new movies leaving “a poor after taste” in his mouth.

The actor, 27, took to Instagram to express his distaste for preceding Spears documentaries and his hopes for the streaming giant’s new 1 coming out Tuesday. Asghari, who has recurring purpose on the Showtime series “Black Monday,” obtained engaged to the “Lucky” singer, 39, before this month after relationship for approximately five decades.

“Apparently my feeling has increased in benefit in excess of past number of times,” Asghari quipped Friday on

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Sir Sam received finest director and finest film for 1917 at this year’s Baftas

Sir Sam Mendes has urged more stars, streaming solutions and studios to donate to theatre personnel who have been “correctly dismissed” by ministers.

The 1917 and Spectre director has established up a fund that has raised £1.6m so far.

But he reported it is “a drop in the ocean” and will help much less than fifty percent of the four,000 out-of-function actors, administrators, writers and other individuals applying for grants.

The govt says its £1.57bn arts rescue deal is aimed at

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