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Thursday, November 23, 2017

Strong wave of feminism in “BATTLE OF THE SEXES” on December 6 at Ayala Malls Cinemas


It was a match that entered the history books, changing the game for women and men around the world. The highly publicized, much hyped and hugely entertaining “Battle of the Sexes” was one of the most watched sporting events ever. But its impact extended far beyond tennis and the sporting arena. Taking us back 44 years, starring Emma Stone and Steve Carell, helmed by gifted directors, Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris bring the 70s alive with vitality, comedy and poignancy, relating the build-up to the match that was viewed on TV by an unprecedented global audience of 90 million.

The year is 1973 and former champion, Bobby Riggs, is all but forgotten. He is determined to get back into the limelight, make some money and make himself relevant again. He issues a challenge to Billie Jean King (Stone), proudly and controversially proclaiming himself to be a male chauvinistic pig, while insisting that no female tennis player will ever be able to beat him. The 55 year-old tennis player, a hustler and loud showman, (Carell) asserts that women belong in ‘the bedroom and the kitchen.’ The 29 year-old tennis star takes Riggs up on the challenge.

The “Battle of the Sexes” becomes the arena for a greater battle for equal rights and women’s pay. To put the era in perspective, despite massive accomplishments by women, along with the presence of an increasingly influential feminist movement, it is still a man’s world – at least as far as equal rights and prevailing attitudes are concerned. Billie Jean King is fighting for women to receive the same fees that men get in Grand Slam tournaments. The match turns attention to inequality in every area of work and life. Played out in the glare of TV cameras and newspapers around the world, the run-up to the match reaches fever pitch. Women who are incensed by Riggs, rally behind the pioneering King, and at the other end of the spectrum, the battle exacerbates entrenched sexist attitudes. In a clever ploy to capitalize on the controversy, Riggs turns the match into a circus!

But it is the profoundly affecting personal stories of these two fascinating individuals that are at the core of the film. While Bobby Riggs is struggling with an addiction to gambling and experiencing problems in his marriage to Priscilla (Elisabeth Shue), Billie Jean is facing challenges of her own. She is married to a supportive man named Larry King (Austin Stowell), and at the same time this very private woman is trying to come to terms with her emotions and her awakening sexuality —as she embarks on a relationship with hair stylist, Marilyn Barnett (Andrea Riseborough). The film takes a heartfelt and powerful look at King’s journey as she attempts to balance her marriage and her emotions with her very public career and her love of tennis.

For Stone, the lure of the project began with the fact that she knew so little about the 1973 match, and realized it was being lost to history for her generation. “This amazing moment was not really in my consciousness at all until I read the script,” Stone notes. “I was especially struck by the reality that we really haven’t come that far from these events that took place 43 years ago. I could relate strongly to Billie Jean’s struggle and I think so many people will relate to these same themes today.”

One thing that struck Stone is that King was clearly propelled by a force even bigger than becoming #1 – she definitely wanted that, but unusually, she also wanted much more. “From an early age, I think Billie Jean was driven by these larger ideas of affecting change in the world and she saw tennis as her vehicle to make that happen because she was so great at it. You have to remember it was looked down upon for a woman to even be an athlete when she was young -- especially an aggressive women’s tennis player. From the start, she knew she was fighting for something bigger than herself.”

From 20th Century Fox, “Battle of the Sexes” opens December 6 nationwide exclusive at Ayala Malls Cinemas.

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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Acclaimed actress Judi Dench aboard mystery film “MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS”


The stylish and suspenseful mystery “Murder on the Orient Express,” based on the Agatha Christie novel, one of the most celebrated whodunits of all time is directed by Sir Kenneth Branagh, who also stars in film playing Christie’s legendary detective, Hercule Poirot. The movie’s stellar ensemble cast includes Johnny Depp, Daisy Ridley, Judi Dench, Penélope Cruz, Josh Gad, Derek Jacobi and Willem Dafoe, all playing passengers on the train.

The setting for the thrilling and visually breathtaking detective story is a train ride through Europe – from Istanbul to London. Taking the audience back in time to the Golden Age of rail travel, the cracking murder mystery is directed with ingenuity and flair by Kenneth Branagh as one passenger is murdered, the rest are suspects. It’s up to Poirot to uncover the truth.

One of the suspects, Princess Natalia Dragomiroff, played by acclaimed actress Judi Dench, is a Russian royalty who seems to have a hard time coming on to the train, because it is somehow feels beneath her standards. “I think Judi Dench had a whale of a time playing Dragomiroff's imperious, contemptuous, superior arrogance and disgust at most of what went on around her, which was never as she liked it,” offers Branagh.

“Never quick enough. Never soon enough. Never hot enough. Never nice enough. And when she wasn't complaining about what wasn't right, she was demanding that her dogs be looked after. It allows for a chance to see a character who is very stern, and very forbidding, to also be naughty and funny. Judi Dench is somebody who can play all of those things with great delight. At the same time as formidable as she is funny, she can also be very secret and hidden,” continues Branagh.

Costume Designer Alexandra Byrne was honored to create costumes for Judi Dench. "The great thing about Judi is that she has these amazing twinkly eyes, and playing a Princess, she would have a lot of jewelry, that she had managed to get out of Russia during the revolution and had maybe repurposed,” says Byrne. “I took quite a simple line on her clothes so that the jewelry and her eyes could really sparkle."

Since playing Ophelia in 'Hamlet' at The Old Vic Theatre almost 60 years ago, Judi Dench has garnered wide popular and critical admiration for a career marked by outstanding performances in both classical and contemporary roles. She has won numerous major awards – including an Academy Award, ten BAFTA Awards and a record eight Laurence Olivier Awards – for work on both stage and screen, and in recognition of her many achievements she received an OBE (Order of the British Empire) in 1970, became a DBE (Dame of the British Empire) in 1988, and in 2005 was awarded a Companion of Honour. Dame Judi is recognised globally for her legendary role as M in seven James Bond films, from 'Goldeneye' to 'Skyfall'.

“Murder on the Orient Express” opens November 29 in cinemas nationwide from 20th Century Fox to be distributed by Warner Bros.

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Friday, November 17, 2017

Find out who wins in “BATTLE OF THE SEXES” at Ayala Malls Cinemas on December 6


In the wake of the sexual revolution and the rise of the women’s movement, the 1973 tennis match between women’s world champion Billie Jean King (played by Emma Stone) and ex-men’s-champ and serial hustler Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) was billed as the “Battle of the Sexes” and became one of the most watched televised sports events of all time, reaching 90 million viewers around the world.

As the rivalry between King and Riggs kicked into high gear, off-court each was fighting more personal and complex battles. The fiercely private King was not only championing for equality, but also struggling to come to terms with her own sexuality, as her friendship with Marilyn Barnett (Andrea Riseborough) developed. And Riggs, one of the first self-made media-age celebrities, wrestled with his gambling demons, at the expense of his family and wife Priscilla (Elisabeth Shue). Together, Billie and Bobby served up a cultural spectacle that resonated far beyond the tennis court, sparking discussions in bedrooms and boardrooms that continue to reverberate today.

The build up to the match, the spectacle it became and the quest for equality it continues to inspire all come to life in “Battle of the Sexes.” Husband-and-wife directorial team Valerie Faris and Jonathan Dayton (Academy Award winning Little Miss Sunshine) explore a moment when social change was embodied by two complex people. Dayton and Faris brought together Oscar® winner Emma Stone, in a physically and emotionally demanding role unlike any she’s yet tackled, with Oscar® nominee Steve Carell at his most complicated as self-made media celebrity Bobby Riggs.

The filmmakers recreated the era with meticulous period detail and camera work to explore the tipping point when the balance of power between men and women, the mainstream and the marginalized began to shift.

Says Faris: “Battle of the Sexes” is both the story of an historic sporting event and of a woman’s private, personal transformation while under intense public exposure. We were interested in how she was fighting both personal and political battles at the same time.

Adds Dayton: “It was the most challenging project of our careers. It is at once a sports movie, a love story, a socio-political drama, and at times a comedy. 44 years after the Battle, the same issues are clearly still being debated. We were struck by how this circus-like event became a place where important social issues were played out.”

“This match felt like a precursor to the way politics are working in our country today, how the debate is so often reduced to a game or entertainment,” says Faris. “We’re often more caught up in who wins than in what is really at stake. We started work on the project during the 2016 primaries, when it appeared likely we’d see the first woman candidate for president. For a while everyone thought the film would show how far we’ve come since the Battle. Obviously the outcome of the election shed a very different light on the story.”

This motivated them to focus even more on the personal stories of two people who were not as different as it might have appeared. Both were caught up in the media and in a moment larger than their individual struggles. “The world has become even more polarized since we began making the film and we certainly don’t want to contribute to that – that’s why we chose to focus on the emotional lives of Billie Jean and Bobby,” explains Faris.

A 20th Century Fox feature film, “Battle of the Sexes” opens December 6 exclusively at Ayala Malls Cinemas nationwide.



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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Stellar cast of suspects in “MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS”


In the most timeless of whodunits, “Murder on the Orient Express” follows renowned detective Hercule Poirot (Kenneth Branagh) as he attempts to solve what would become one of the most infamous crimes in history based on Agatha Christie’s classic and most ingenious novel of the same title.

After a shocking murder of a wealthy businessman on the lavish European train barreling its way west in the dead of winter, private detective Poirot must use every tool of his trade to uncover which of the train’s eclectic passengers is the killer, before he or she strikes again.

More than 80 years after its publishing, Christie’s novel remains beloved by new generations of readers. Kenneth Branagh’s stunning retelling of the beloved mystery with its acclaimed ensemble and breathtaking visuals invites audiences to take the most suspenseful train ride of their lives. Branagh explains why it was a natural fit for him to direct and play Poirot: "It felt that there was a way in which those two things were very congruent with one person doing the same job. Because, crucially, I think, Hercule Poirot is a director. He directs the characters, and like a director, Poirot intuitively tries to listen to the way in which he can be specific and bespoke about how to create the mood that's required for each interrogation.”

Starring with Branagh in the movie is a stellar cast composed of Johnny Depp, Willem Dafoe, Michelle Pfeiffer, Dame Judi Dench, Derek Jacobi, Josh Gad, Penélope Cruz, Olivia Colman, Daisy Ridley, Sergei Polunin, Leslie Odom, Jr., Tom Bateman and Lucy Boynton.

Oscar-nominated actor Johnny Depp was intrigued by how the story felt relevant and fresh. “It’s got everything you might expect from Agatha Christie,” said Depp. “Death, murder, interesting characters, an unusual, often glamorous situation - all of those elements, inside a wonderful location and journey, are all there. But I was really impressed to return to it and see how it hadn't dated, and, in fact, it had reinvented itself, I think, which is a sign of very good storytelling."

Oscar-nominated actor Willem Dafoe was drawn to the script for its character-driven narrative: "For this story, it's the tone that's so important, and the role of Poirot is interesting and beautifully written, as are the balance of the characters. It has a nice edge and it's fun, but it also has a moral dilemma at its center."

When Josh Gad first read the script, he immediately knew he wanted to be involved in the project. He explains: "I got about twenty pages into the script and called my agent and I said, 'I don't care if I have to play an usher who's taking tickets, I need to be a part of this film, it's extraordinary.' To me, something this smart, something this epic, something that almost harks back to the golden age of Hollywood cinema, as an actor but also as a cinephile, was really exciting."

Oscar-winning actress Penélope Cruz was also impressed with Branagh’s ability to seamlessly move between directing and playing Poirot. "What he's doing with the performances and the camera is really powerful and I feel like he's making a film that will get into our brains in a way that is going to trap us, like some strange magic,” said Cruz.”

Michelle Pfeiffer dazzles as Caroline Hubbard— a kind of character that Agatha Christie met numerously on her own travels, and is often quite ruthless about describing. "Hubbard is a husband-hunter,” offers Pfeiffer. “Or so she says. In some ways she’s a lonely, and rather sweet, and tender, and often funny woman, but she can be very forceful, and to some people a little irritating and a little intense. It was fun to step into her shoes.”

“Murder on the Orient Express” opens November 29 in cinemas nationwide from 20th Century Fox.



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Monday, November 13, 2017

Tennis' greatest showdown “BATTLE OF THE SEXES” exclusive at Ayala Malls Cinemas


Emma Stone and Steve Carell star in the exciting and moving new film “Battle of the Sexes,” which is based on true events and revolves around tennis legend Billie Jean King’s historic 1973 match against Bobby Riggs. Oscar winner Emma Stone stars as King; Oscar nominee Steve Carell plays Riggs, the former champion who claimed that no woman would ever defeat him. The electrifying contest was viewed by millions worldwide.

The film, from directors Valerie Faris and Jonathan Dayton, is heartfelt and infused with humor, relating the personal journeys of both players. It delivers insights into Billie Jean King’s pioneering achievements as well as her challenges, as she was coming to terms with her sexuality, while preparing for the match.

“Women belong in the bedroom and the kitchen,” declared former tennis champion Bobby Riggs, delivering a wildly controversial challenge to Billie Jean King, who dominated tennis in the 70s, with the assertion that no woman, not even the best, would have the strength and skill to defeat him. The outrageous comments from the 55-year-old former champion provoked an immediate backlash. King, 29, decided to accept the challenge and the battle got underway.

On September 20th 1973, 90 million people watched as King and Riggs faced off at a spectacularly thrilling exhibition match, which went down in history as the “Battle of the Sexes.” “It was one of the most widely watched sporting events ever. It was epic,” says Valerie Faris. “It captured people’s imagination and attention everywhere.”

The engrossing new film from directing couple Valerie Faris and Jonathan Dayton (Little Miss Sunshine) examines the events leading up to the match, as the global publicity hoopla, initiated by Riggs, rapidly accelerated. “It was circus-like, enormous, it was the first time that there had been so much hype around a televised sporting event,” says Emma Stone, who won the Best Actress Oscar for “La La Land” and delivers an uncannily powerful and nuanced performance as Billie Jean King. “Billie Jean and Bobby were on the covers of magazines and newspapers, so the whole world was watching. It was like the sporting world's version of the moon landing!”

Steve Carell, meanwhile, a keen tennis player himself, trained with Riggs’s coach, Lornie Kuhle. “Lornie and another friend of Bobby's, (tennis pro) Doug Dean, would come up from San Diego and we'd meet three or four days a week; we would play tennis for a couple hours a day,” says Carell. “It was great.”

To some degree, observes Carell, the caricature of a bad boy that Riggs was presenting to the world began to consume him. “All this money and instant celebrity was being thrown at him but it was a double-edged sword because at the same time the fame was not really for who he was but for this persona he was playing. People forgot he was a serious athlete and I think that hurt him,” Carell says. Together, Billie and Bobby served up a cultural spectacle that resonated far beyond the tennis court, sparking discussions in bedrooms and boardrooms that continue to reverberate today.

A 20th Century Fox feature, “Battle of the Sexes” opens December 6 exclusive at Ayala Malls Cinemas’ Greenbelt 1 and Trinoma.

"Battle of the Sexes" is also the featured closing feature film (November 28) in this year's Cinema One Originals.



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Saturday, November 11, 2017

The world's greatest detective Hercule Poirot and his suspects in “MURDER IN THE ORIENT EXPRESS”


Meet Hercule Poirot, the greatest detective on earth in the upcoming thrilling adventure “Murder on the Orient Express” composed of an impressive cast that includes Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Daisy Ridley, Judi Dench, Penélope Cruz, Josh Gad, Derek Jacobi, Willem Dafoe and Kenneth Branagh.

Our mystery detective’s exploits begin when someone is murdered in the luxurious Orient Express where a set of strangers have all become suspects in the crime committed inside the train. The setting for the thrilling and visually breathtaking detective story is a train ride through Europe – from Istanbul to London.

Taking the audience back in time to the Golden Age of rail travel, the cracking murder mystery is directed with ingenuity and flair by Kenneth Branagh. As the story unfolds, someone is murdered. 13 strangers are stranded on the train in a snowdrift. Every one of them is a suspect. It’s a race against time to discover the identity of the murderer before he or she strikes again. Tasked with solving the puzzle is none other than Belgian private detective Hercule Poirot—distinguished by his large mustache—and brought vividly to life by Kenneth Branagh, who also directed the film.

Join the world’s greatest detective on his quest to uncover the mystery behind the crime in “Murder in the Orient Express” when it opens November 29 in cinemas nationwide from 20th Century Fox to be distributed by Warner Bros.



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Thursday, November 9, 2017

Star-studded “MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS” full trailer


Everyone is treated as a suspect, even a powerhouse cast that includes Johnny Depp, Daisy Ridley, Judi Dench, Penélope Cruz, Michelle Pfeiffer, Josh Gad, Derek Jacobi and Willem Dafoe in the thrilling and breathtaking greatest detective story of all time in “Murder on the Orient Express.”

“Murder on the Orient Express” is directed by Kenneth Branagh, who also stars as the legendary detective Hercule Poirot who races against time to discover the identity of the murderer before another murder is committed.

The exciting mind-boggling movie takes the audience on a train ride through Europe – from Istanbul to London, back in time to the Golden Age of rail travel. As the story unfolds, someone is murdered where thirteen strangers are stranded on the train in a snowdrift. Every one of them is a suspect. Transported into a world of glamour, opulence and danger, nothing is as it seems on the Orient Express, as we are swept up in an intriguing tale of deception, loyalty, love and revenge.

Climb aboard nationwide when “Murder on the Orient Express” opens this November 29 in cinemas from 20th Century Fox to be distributed by Warner Bros.



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Wednesday, November 8, 2017

“MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS” trailer and poster


Following the all-star cast photo reveal of the highly-anticipated latest remake of the classic book by Agatha Christie “Murder on the Orient Express”, 20th Century Fox further exposes the whodunit exploits of the uber-intelligent detective Hercule Poirot on its poster and trailer.

Directed by Kenneth Branagh who also stars as Poirot, “Murder on the Orient Express” features a powerhouse cast that includes Judi Dench, Johnny Depp, Michelle Pfeiffer, Penélope Cruz, Josh Gad, Daisy Ridley and Olivia Colman who all play a crucial part in solving the elusive answers to a murder committed who are all considered as suspects while on board the Orient Express.

Branagh, in recent interviews said he made a conscious decision not to watch director Lumet’s (1974) version, and that he had advised the cast also to avoid watching it. “Our goal is to try and find a new approach. That’s why classic stories are worth retelling,” he said, adding that “there are some surprises.”

“Murder on the Orient Express” opens November 8 in cinemas nationwide from 20th Century Fox to be distributed by Warner Bros.



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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

How to Choose the Right Engagement Ring?

How to Choose the Right Engagement Ring?
by Roland Dean
Equalli.com - LGBT Wedding Rings

Picking an engagement ring may seem overwhelming at first. The ring is a symbol of the love that you share with your significant other. It is something that both you and the rest of the world will see every day. You want something that will be both individual and traditional. You want something that is both elegant and practical. There are a few things to consider when you are looking for that perfect engagement ring.

Price Range

You should have an idea of the price tag that you are looking for when you start to shop for the engagement ring. This way, you narrow your search to things that you can actually afford. Because there can be a lot of options, knowing your budget can be a good place to start. This can help keep the choices from getting overwhelming. There are usually a lot of options at every price point, so whatever you decide will reap good options. Some jewelry stores and manufacturers also give the option of making multiple payments on the ring, giving you some higher budget options. Depending on the place, sometimes you can take the ring with you immediately. In other cases, the ring must be paid for entirely before you can actually have it. This is something to look into. You can check out tips on how to budget for your engagement ring purchase.

Sentimental Value

This is another consideration when looking into engagement rings. Many people like to give a ring that has sentimental value. This does not have to mean a ring that has been passed down through the generations. Many rings can be modeled after engagement rings that mean something to one or both spouses. Custom made rings can be a good option in this area. However, custom rings can be considerably more expensive than regular rings. Another option is to have a picture of the ring of piece of jewelry that you want the engagement ring modeled after. A representative at a store may be able to recommend something that is similar to the example. This is one option for keeping certain traditions and symbolism in the family.

Personal Taste

Engagement rings should reflect the personalities of the people that the ring represents. Since every love is special, engagement rings should be unique to the love being represented by the ring. Unique engagement rings by Equalli are available at a reasonable price. These rings give the couple a ring that is unlike anything else on the market. You do not have to break the bank to have something that reflects personal taste. Choices may include materials and gems used in the ring, style of the ring, and size of the ring. If you are picking a ring for your significant other, make sure to pick something that you will both love. You both have to look at it every day for the rest of your lives together.


Engagement rings should always to practical for the lifestyle of the person wearing the ring. Bigger is not always better. If the job of the person wearing the ring is something where the ring could catch or become damaged, it may be better to pick something smaller. In some cases, you may even want to purchase a band in addition to the engagement ring. This way, the band could be worn for work, and the engagement ring can be worn the rest of the time. Getting a ring that does not fit the lifestyle of the person wearing the ring could result in a higher chance of damage, loss, and expensive cleaning fees. Keep this in mind when picking a ring for yourself or your significant other!


When you look at getting an engagement ring, you want to make sure that the materials used in the ring were aquired in an ethical manner. Many diamond minors and manufacturers of fine jewelry around the world are not treated in the most ethical manner. Most manufacturers and jewelry makers can tell you where your materials came from. Try to minimize materials aquired from exploited individuals or animals. This is especially true when it comes to diamonds and ivory materials. To learn more about the ethical sourcing of such materials, check out more information on the subject.

Picking an engagement ring is one of the first steps to a wonderful special day. More than that, the ring is the symbol of the love that you and your partner share. It is the public representation of your commitment to each other, and you both have to see that ring every day for a long time. While it is not the most important part of a marriage, it is a great way to show personality, commitment, tradition, and love.



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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

20th Century Fox unleashes “THE NEW MUTANTS” first trailer


20th Century Fox finally released the first trailer of “The New Mutants” directed by Josh Boone that will open in Philippine cinemas on April 11, 2018.

The story of the “The New Mutants” revolves around a team of mutant heroes comprised of the first graduates from Charles Xavier’s school. The exciting new movie stars Anya Taylor-Joy as Illyana Rasputin/Magik, Maisie Williams as Rahne Sinclair/Wolfsbane, Charlie Heaton as Sam Guthrie/ Cannonball, Alice Braga as Dr. Cecilia Reyes, Henry Zaga as Roberto da Costa / Sunspot, and Blu Hunt as Danielle Moonstar/Mirage.

In recent news, Stacey Snider, chairman and CEO of 20th Century Fox shared, “New Mutants” is about these teenagers who are just coming into their powers. It’s like watching mutants go through adolescence and they have no impulse control, so they’re dangerous. The only solution is to put them in a “Breakfast Club” detention/“Cuckoo’s Nest” institutional setting. It protects the people on the outside, but it’s strange and combustible inside. The genre is like a haunted-house movie with a bunch of hormonal teenagers. We haven’t seen it as a superhero movie whose genre is more like “The Shining” than “we’re teenagers let’s save the world.”

Additonally, Anya Taylor-Joy reassured fans in recent interviews, “I think the nicest thing about it is that Josh Boone, our director -- he's just such a fan of the comics, and he really loves them so much that he's really interested in just making sure that we do the comics justice for the people that love the characters. You know, we all feel so lucky to be such incredibly loved characters. So, while it's definitely a departure from the X-Men movies, the fans won't be disappointed. We definitely kept all the important bits in there.”



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Who is that "gay" I see staring straight back at me...?

Why is my reflection someone I don't know?

Must I pretend that I'm someone else for all time?

When will my reflection show...who I am inside?