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    Danish actor Roland Moller joins Priyanka Chopra Jonas-starrer Amazon series 'Citadel'

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    Priyanka and Richard will headline the US version of the series.

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    Josh Appelbaum, Andre Nemec, Jeff Pinkner, and Scott Rosenberg of Midnight Radio will serve as writers and executive producers.
    LOS ANGELES: Danish actor Roland Moller has boarded the cast of Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Richard Madden-starrer Amazon series "Citadel".

    Amazon had announced the multi-series franchise in January this year with local productions being simultaneously made in Italy, India and Mexico.

    Priyanka, 37, and Richard, 33, will headline the US version which is being called the "mothership" of the project, Deadline reported.

    Described as an "action-packed spy series with a compelling emotional centre", "Citadel" will be executive produced by "Avengers: Endgame" directors Anthony and Joe Russo along with former ABC Studios president Patrick Moran and Mike Larocca.

    Moller, known for films such as "Skyscraper" and "Papillon", will essay the role of Laszlo Milla, a lead operative of Citadel's rival intelligence agency, Manticore.

    Laszlo was incarcerated in a Citadel detention facility for years. Time he spent stewing over the man responsible for his capture, Mason Kane. Now liberated, Laszlo sets his sights on getting revenge on Mason and bringing down Citadel once and for all.

    Josh Appelbaum, Andre Nemec, Jeff Pinkner, and Scott Rosenberg of Midnight Radio will serve as writers and executive producers.

    It’s A No-Show for Met Gala, Cannes & IPL In 2020

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    Cancelled And How!

    The Covid-19 pandemic has been wreaking havoc on humanity and has brought the world to a screeching halt. From leading a global economic slowdown to locking up the global population indoors, needless to say, its effects will be felt for years to come.

    The pandemic has also led to the cancellation and postponement of several high-profile events, including award shows, film festivals and sporting events around the world.

    From the iconic Cannes Film Festival which was cancelled for the first time in history since World War II to the Met Gala being put on hold, here’s a list of all the events that are a no-show in 2020.

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