The actor appears to have no hard feelings towards the film’s creators and would love to be in another.
Taylor Swift has sent fans into meltdown for a second time this week after posting another video of a reptile tail. Fans were quick to speculate if the reptile was a reference to the time she was trolled with snake emojis following her feud with Kanye West over his song, Famous. One Twitter user posted: “I don't know why but I feel like Taylor has the whole conversation and she is willing to expose Kim and Kanye.
The writer’s latest published work made an ironic point about the effect of social media on literacy, and it was not lost on his fans.
Love Island favourite Chris Hughes has revealed he ignored Katie Price when she attempted to contact him online. The former glamour model, who met Hughes on Loose Women, sent messages to the reality star on Twitter.
While the European festival scene has changed drastically over recent years, it’s instantly noticeable that Helsinki’s Flow Festival has managed to embrace the shift while also holding on to the traditions that have consistently made it stand out from a plethora of similar events. The main sponsor appears to be a Scandinavian oat milk company, for instance, while the crowd itself is distinctly Scandinavian, and at least half of the bill has been saved for emerging artists from Finland and neighbouring countries. Whether that balance, musically-speaking, quite works is somewhat by-the-by, and while it’s true that there is a tangible difference between the ‘local’ acts playing during the day and the international big-hitters at night, the importance of remaining true to its roots surely outweighs any minor irks.
Mark Wahlberg has taken the title of the highest-paid actor of 2017, dwarfing his female counterpart, Emma Stone's earnings. Wahlberg, 46, earned his biggest pay cheque to date, taking home an impressive $68 million thanks to Transformers: The Last Knight and his upcoming comedy, Daddy’s Home 2. Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson was elbowed in to second position on Forbes’ annual list with earnings of £65 million after appearances in the Baywatch film and his HBO comedy, Ballers.