Paramount Pictures has announced that Oscar-winning filmmaker Damian Chazelle’s next Babylon will be released in the US theatres on December 25, 2022.
While there was no royal family Christmas morning walk to church on Friday (local time), the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared a personal message on social media
'Global star' Chopra who is celebrating her holidays in London, took to Instagram to treat her fans with a delightful picture.
People of all faiths have been unable to gather as they would wish for their festivals, such as Passover, Easter, Eid and Vaisakhi. But we need life to go on, said the Queen.
The 43-year-old started his Sunday Service events in early 2019 when he began hosting semi-regular gatherings featuring music.
Patricia Hager, 60, delivered homemade caramel rolls for breakfast to family and friends in Bismarck, North Dakota, a state that didn't get hit until later in the pandemic but was struck hard.
The 'Queen' actor took to Twitter on Saturday morning to share a few pictures from her "wonderful" hiking experience.
BMC Commissioner Prem Chandra Chaudhary said the Christmas celebration in the city was smooth and no violation of Covid-19 guidelines was detected.
A tradition the actor has been following since 2017, DeveraSanta is an activity that he says is to keep himself happy by spreading happiness around.
Gifting pre-loved items, especially clothes, was quite a trend, but pandemic has made people look towards more DIY and homemade gifting options.
Churches of different denominations, held online programmes through local cable televisions and other media platforms to convey Christmas messages to the people.
This year the state government has banned church service, carols, congregational gatherings called "Zaikhawm" to prevent further spread of coronavirus.
Pope Francis called on the leaders of nations, businesses and international organizations to “promote cooperation and not competition, and to search for a solution for all.”
Border crossing closures kept thousands of migrants from economically devastated Venezuela who live in Colombia from going home for Christmas.
Jurgen Klopp paid his tributes to the frontline workers in a lengthy message, shared by the club's official website, on the occasion of Christmas.