Syndee Winters Syndee Winters, who plays Nala in Broadway’s The Lion King, supports the new film. We can definitely feel the love during the world premiere of the upcoming The Lion King movie. Starring Beyoncé, Donald Glover, Billy Eichner, Seth Rogen, John Oliver and James Earl Jones reprising his turn as Mufasa, the new The Lion King is a remake of the beloved 1994 animated film of the same name that also served as the basis for the third longest-running show on Broadway. Not only did the movie cast take the stage, but Broadway’s The Lion King star Syndee Winters and upcoming The Little Mermaid star Halle Bailey also hit the red carpet. Check out the photos below and be sure to book your ticket to visit Pride Rock on the stage and on screen. Upcoming The Little Mermaid star Halle Bailey with The Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger. View Comments The Lion King cast (Photos: Getty Images) Star Files
Virginia, USA-headquartered power and energy company Dominion Energy has commissioned Netherlands-headquartered specialist in lifting, drilling and subsea solutions Huisman Equipment to fabricate a crane that will be used on what it plans to be the first Jones Act compliant offshore wind installation vessel in the USA.The Jones Act is a federal law that regulates maritime commerce in the USA and requires goods shipped between ports in the USA to be transported on ships that are built, owned and operated by citizens of the USA or permanent residents.Dominion Energy believes a Jones Act compliant vessel is vital for the continued growth of the USA offshore wind industry. The crane for the installation vessel will lift up to 2,200 tonnes, enabling the installation of the new generation of wind turbines.“We are proud to contribute to Dominion Energy’s ambition to enable large scale offshore wind development in the United States and we are grateful for their trust in Huisman to deliver and install this crane,” said David Roodenburg, Huisman chief executive officer.#*#*Show Fullscreen*#*# Huisman will make the 2,200 tonne double boom crane for Dominion Energy’s first Jones Act compliant wind turbine installation vessel
INDIA: A Vistadome coach which has glass panels in the roof to provide tourists with all-round views on scenic lines was launched on the Vishakhapatnam – Araku route on April 16.Two Vistadome coaches have been built for the route by the Integral Coach Factory in Chennai. As well as the glass ceiling, they have rotating seats, LED lighting and a GPS-based passenger information system. Similar vehicles are planned for introduction on other scenic routes.‘The long cherished dream of Vishakhapatnam tourists to travel in Vistadome coaches with wide windowpanes has become a reality,’ said Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu when he flagged off the first service via a teleconferencing facility. ‘The objective here is to offer tourists to enjoy the scenic beauty, not only at destination, but also en route to picturesque Araku Valley.’
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