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first_img Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Don’t Text During Moana. Love, Lin & The Rock Lin-Manuel Miranda and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson are willing to go to great lengths to prevent movie-goers from texting during Moana, Miranda’s next highly anticipated musical project. The Disney film hits theaters on November 23, and The Rock demonstrated exactly what’ll happen to those who feel the need to be on their phones in the audience. He may or may not have smashed the Hamilton compoer’s cell with his bare hands just to prove a point, but the two don’t seem to be challenging each other to a duel anytime soon. Watch the PSA below! Lin-Manuel Miranda & Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Thomas Kail Tapped for Fox ComedyAfter winning an Emmy for directing Grease: Live, Thomas Kail has another small screen project lined up. The Hamilton Tony winner is teaming up with Oscar-winning rapper and actor Common and How to Make It in America creator Ian Edelman to produce 93 Til Infinity. The Fox single-camera comedy, according to Deadline, is written by Edelman and follows a rapper who had a prolific career in the ‘90s but is now questioning the next stages of his life.Rachel Bloom’s Sugar Ray Jukebox MusicalBefore she was the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, she was “the Mimi of a Sugar Ray jukebox musical.” Golden Globe winner Rachel Bloom stopped by The Late Late Show with James Corden to discuss her “Rent-like” take on the late-90s band’s sonic gems. And guess what? You can watch the blissful, Smashbox-bashing musical here. It makes us just wanna fly.center_img View Commentslast_img read more

first_imgPakistan’s head coach Waqar Younis is confident that his new-look team would be able to break the jinx of not winning against India in major ICC events when they lock horns in the upcoming World T20, which begins right after the Asia Cup T20.Pakistan play India, first on February 27 at the Asia Cup in Dhaka, and on March 19 in Dharamsala at the World T20.They could also clash in the knockout stages of the two tournaments. (U19 World Cup Final: India vs West Indies, Live Updates) “Yes, it is at the back of the mind that we don’t seem to do well against India in these big events, especially the ICC World Cups. We have a young team and in familiar conditions they can upset any team if they play consistently well,” said.The former fast bowler, who is yet to go to Dubai to watch the Pakistan Super League matches, said India would pose a serious challenge to Pakistan in the coming events because they had a settled T20 squad.”It will depend on the pitches we encounter in these two events but India is a well-balanced side and I am preparing the players for tough matches,” he said.Waqar was coach when India beat Pakistan in the 2011 World Cup semifinals in Mohali and then again in the 2015 World Cup opener in Australia.Pakistan have never beaten India in a World Cup match. (Also read: Resilient India look to seal T20 series against Sri Lanka) “As a player and coach the ambition is there to end this jinx but, in T20 format, it is all about confidence and how you read the pitch and how you play on that particular day,” he added.advertisementHe admitted that a string of poor performances in ODIs and T20s against England and recently in New Zealand was not good for the morale of the side.”The selectors have made some changes and while I was consulted as always the final decision is theirs. We have a young team and I would like to see more consistency from them,” Waqar said.He said the experience of playing in two major events before big crowds would help in the development of the younger players.Pakistan dropped three of their regular batsmen in Ahmed Shehzad, Muhammad Rizwan and Sohaib Maqsood and also experienced pacer Umar Gul for the two events.Five players in the squad – Khurram Manzoor, Babar Azam, Iftikhar Ahmed, Rumman Raees and Muhammad Nawaz are yet to represent Pakistan in T20 internationals.Waqar said India have the advantage of playing at home in the World T20.”But whenever the two teams play against each other it always boils down to the pressures and how players react on the day to the expectations from them,” Waqar said.last_img read more