Warner Bros has confirmed that Gal Gadot will make her big screen return as Wonder Woman at the end of 2019. The studio has revealed that the seriously successful female-led superhero film will be getting a sequel, with Patty Jenkins returning to direct. Just a few months after Wonder Woman broke the record to become the biggest ever live-action film by a female director, a follow-up is already in the works.
John Barrowman told fans he felt as though he had been “hit by a car” after being rushed to hospital with an appendicitis. The TV star, 50, underwent emergency surgery at the Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage, California on Tuesday. Barrowman – who felt like he was coming down with flu – said he was in “agony” and praised the doctors for catching the infected appendix before it burst.
The new Time Lord has spoken about how she learns on-set, and it could stand her in good stead for her new sci-fi role.
Lucy Benjamin has returned to EastEnders – just as we hoped she would – in an explosve storyline with her alter-ego Lisa Fowler coming face-to-face with Phil Mitchell on Monday night. The 47-year-old actress quit the soap in 2010 after 12 years of playing the loveable troublemaker, but agreed to reprise her role for a couple of weeks after her character learns that her daughter Louise Mitchell was set on fire by two bullies at her school prom. Issuing his final warning, Phil said: ‘You never come near my daughter again, you understand me?