Kendall Jenner wore a look inspired by Audrey Hepburn to the 2021 Met Gala, while Billie Eilish channeled Marilyn Monroe.
“The Masked Singer” is going into uncharted territory in Season 6 with the addition of its first-ever human character and the show’s biggest costume ever, which TheWrap has the exclusive pleasure of revealing to you now. Kids, meet Baby, who you can see in all their glory in the first-look photo, courtesy of Fox, at the bottom of this post. OK, once you’ve had a moment to collect yourself after facing that terrifying one-toothed, bonnet-wearing nightmare of a “Masked Singer” competitor, we can t
James Wan is back in the director's chair for Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, starring Jason Momoa. Here's everything we know about the upcoming movie. The post Jason Momoa and Patrick Wilson Show off AQUAMAN 2 Looks appeared first on Nerdist.
The club is back for more, as Netflix announced the premiere date of The Baby-Sitters Club season two, along with sharing a first look at the eight new episodes.
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton made it official over the weekend — and now they are sharing the first photos of their country wedding, which had person touches and a famous officiant
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Looks like we’re close to finding out what the actual title is for the upcoming third MCU “Spider-Man” movie. Or so we assume thanks to Tom Holland and his co-stars Jacob Batalon and Zendaya, who trolled fans on social media with an inspired set of bait-and-switch fakes. First up was Holland. “So excited to announce the new Spider-Man title. Can’t wait for you lot to see what we have been up to. Love from Atlanta,” Holland wrote on his Instagram. Exciting! But then this turned out to be the reveal: Tom Holland on Instagram Zing! “Spider-Man: Phone Home” is a pretty funny title but wait… One of the big reveals in “Far From Home” was that Nick Fury and Maria Hill turned out to be Skrull shapeshifters filling in for the real Nick and Maria who, for some reason, were off in space. Could this mean “Spider-Man” 3 actually will include an appearance by “E.T. the Extraterrestrial”? Just kidding. Also Read: Alfred Molina to Return as Doctor Octopus in 'Spider-Man 3' Next, Holland was topped by his co-star Jacob Batal0n, who posed what we think is an even funnier joke: Jacob Batal0n on Instagram “Spider-Man: Home-Wrecker” isn’t just a funny joke though, we hope it means it’s now canon that “Spider-Man” 3 will involve Peter somehow breaking up someone’s marriage. Juuust kidding. Finally, Zendaya came with a joke of her own emphasizing the power of friendship: Zendaya on Instagram All very amusing but yeah, this is also a very coordinated gag. Our guess is the real, actual, non-kidding official “Spider-Man 3” title is coming soon. Maybe when Holland appears on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” later tonight.Zendaya Meanwhile, Holland, Batalon and Zendaya also provided images from the still-untitled film. Nothing much happens in them but if you want to see how the three main characters are still the three main characters, have a look. Spider-Man 3 Far From Home Sequel Spider-Man 3 Far From Home Sequel Sony/Marvel Also Read: Everyone in Hollywood Has Been Cast in 'Spider-Man 3' - At Least According to Twitter In any case, whatever “Spider-Man” 3 ends up being called, Sony has it scheduled for Dec. 17, though of course that’s going to depend on how well COVID-19 is under control. Get vaccinated if you can, people. Jon Watts, who directed “Homecoming” and last year’s “Far From Home,” is also directing the newest film. Along with Holland and Batalan, returning cast includes Marisa Tomei and Tony Revolori. In addition, J.K. Simmons return as J. Jonah Jameson, and this time out he’s being joined by fellow Sam Raimi “Spider-Man” trilogy vet Alfred Molina once again playing Doctor Octopus. Read original story Tom Holland Teases ‘Spider-Man’ 3 Title With Hilarious Fake At TheWrap
To see her is to take a sudden chill. Indeed, in a new poster for “Cruella”, fans are getting a chillingly close look at Emma Stone’s take on one of Disney’s most iconic villains. Hello, Cruel World. New Trailer Tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/UpOkEX07M7 — Cruella (@cruella) February 16, 2021 Seemingly taking inspiration from the fashion magazines that she herself will one day control, the poster spotlights a young Cruella DeVil as an edgy cover girl. Naturally, it sticks to the villain’s black and white motif, with only her name appearing in blood red. The poster marks the first new glimpse of Stone in all her DeVil-ish glory since 2019, when the first images from the film were revealed at the D23 Expo. Here’s your first look at Emma Stone as Cruella de Vil in Disney's Cruella. The film, also starring Emma Thompson, Paul Walter Hauser, and Joel Fry, comes to theaters May 28, 2021. #D23Expo pic.twitter.com/KqxJ0yMYQ3 — Walt Disney Studios (@DisneyStudios) August 24, 2019 The images came with the announcement that the film had finally gone into production. Also Read: Emma Stone to Star in Showtime Comedy Series 'The Curse' From Safdie Brothers, Nathan Fielder It’s been a long road for the villainous origin story. “Cruella” was first announced in 2013, but Stone wasn’t cast as its lead until 2016. Production itself didn’t begin for yet another three years, and wrapped in November of 2019. It was originally expected to hit theaters during the 2020 holiday season, but was instead pushed to the summer 2021. The film is set to follow Cruella DeVil through the early ’70s, on her journey to becoming the nefarious fashion designer we know and hate in “101 Dalmatians.” Naturally, the story will be set in London. Emma Thompson, Paul Walter Hauser and Joel Fry are all set to star alongside Stone, as Baroness, Horace and Jasper, respectively. “I, Tonya” director and Disney alum Craig Gillespie is set to direct. Glenn Close, who played Cruella DeVil herself in both the 1996 live-action “101 Dalmatians” and its sequel in 2000, is attached as an executive producer. While the poster doesn’t give a specific date, simply revealing May 2021, it was previously announced that Cruella will premiere on May 28th, 2021. The film’s first trailer will drop on Wednesday, February 17. Read original story Emma Stone’s Cruella Is Ready for Her Close-Up in New Poster At TheWrap
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Not every movie can play on the nostalgia factor for every generation, but no matter how old you are, there’s a good chance that you grew up with Winnie the Pooh in some form. The character created by A.A. Milne has endured for over 90 years as a beloved figure of children’s literature and television. And in that time, that silly old bear has been through a lot. Here, we look at the history of Pooh Bear across his many books and cartoons, all the way up to the live action “Christopher Robin.”The first Winnie the Pooh story written by Alan Alexander Milne first appeared in the London Evening News in 1925 on Christmas Eve. The story, “The Wrong Sort of Bees,” would be the first chapter in the first volume of stories, “Winnie-the-Pooh,” published on October 14, 1926. Milne named the boy in the story after his son, Christopher Robin Milne, and named Pooh after Christopher Robin’s teddy bear Winnie, which he nicknamed after he saw a bear from Winnipeg at the zoo.In 1930, Stephen Slesinger bought the rights to Winnie-the-Pooh from Milne, and bu 1931, he had developed a lucrative line of toys, board games, records, radio broadcasts and more.Winnie-the-Pooh was first drawn in color with a red shirt starting in 1932, as seen here in this Parker Brothers board game from 1933. The original illustrator, E.H. Shepard, had previously drawn Pooh with a shirt in some instances.Disney acquired the rights to Winnie-the-Pooh in 1961 and dropped the hyphens in the character’s name. And in 1966, they released the very first Winnie the Pooh short, “Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree.” Sterling Holloway originally voiced the character and would do so in subsequent shorts, including the Oscar nominated “Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day” from 1968.The first Pooh movie, “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” from 1977 was a collection of the four previously released shorts all edited together.In 1981, Hal Smith took over voicing duties for Winnie the Pooh in “Winnie the Pooh Discovers the Seasons” and 1983’s “Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore,” the last of the theatrical featurettes Disney released.One of the first shows to air when the Disney Channel launched on April 18, 1983 was a live-action show known as “Welcome to Pooh Corner,” in which human actors dressed in outfits as Pooh and all the other creatures of the Hundred Acre Wood. The show lasted for three years and 120 episodes.Disney rebooted Winnie the Pooh with another cartoon that ran between 1988 and 1991, “The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh,” complete with an upbeat theme song that every ’90s kid will have stuck in their head for the rest of the day. Jim Cummings, a Disney voice actor mainstay, took over the voice of Winnie the Pooh and has remained the voice actor ever since.The first modern Winnie the Pooh movie was 2000’s “The Tigger Movie,” about Tigger, who long sang, “I’m the only one,” searching for his family.Milne’s original series of stories got an authorized sequel in 2009 as written by David Benedictus and illustrated by Mark Burgess. all drawn in the style of Shepard’s original design.Domhnall Gleeson starred in the biopic about A. A. Milne, “Goodbye Christopher Robin,” in 2017. Also starring Margot Robbie, the film looks at how Milne conceived of the story and how the family adapted to the success of the stories.Disney’s live action film “Christopher Robin” imagines Ewan McGregor as an adult Christopher Robin returning to the Hundred Acre Wood after losing sight of fun and family in place of work. Pooh and the other characters are CGI, but are made to resemble weathered toys. And McGregor and the actors worked with real, plush, stuffed animals that matched their onscreen counterparts.Read original story The Evolution of Winnie the Pooh, From AA Milne to ‘Christopher Robin’ (Photos) At TheWrap
Netflix dropped a first look at the second season of “The Witcher” Monday, revealing a dashing, dark new suit of armor for Henry Cavill’s Geralt of Rivia.And, based on the streaming service’s teasing words that accompanied the photos, it seems like it won’t be long before we get Season 2 images of Yennefer (Anya Chalotra) and Ciri (Freya Allan): “But what lies ahead for Princess Cirilla and Yennefer of Vengerberg in Season 2? One must wait for what this week will bestow.”Here’s the official logline for Season 2 of “The Witcher”: “Convinced Yennefer’s life was lost at the Battle of Sodden, Geralt of Rivia brings Princess Cirilla to the safest place he knows, his childhood home of Kaer Morhen. While the Continent’s kings, elves, humans and demons strive for supremacy outside its walls, he must protect the girl from something far more dangerous: the mysterious power she possesses inside.”Also Read: 'The Witcher' Season 2 Recasts EskelThe fantasy series resumed production in the U.K. in August, after being shut down in March due to the pandemic. No premiere date has been set for Season 2 yet, though when it was ordered last November — one month ahead of “The Witcher’s” series launch — Netflix slated the second installment for a 2021 debut.“The Witcher” stars Cavill as monster hunter Geralt of Rivia, Chalotra as sorceress Yennefer and Allan as Princess Ciri. Along with that trio, who will all be back for Season 2, other returning cast members include Joey Batey as Jaskier, MyAnna Buring as Tissaia, Tom Canton as Filavandrel, Lilly Cooper as Murta, Jeremy Crawford as Yarpin Zigrin, Eamon Farren as Cahir, Mahesh Jadu as Vilgefortz, Terence Maynard as Artorius, Lars Mikkelson as Stregobor, Mimi Ndiweni as Fringilla Vigo, Royce Pierrseson as Istredd, Wilson Radjou-Pujalte as Dara, Anna Shaffer as Triss Merigold and Therica Wilson Read as Sabrina.The second season will welcome series newcomers “Killing Eve” vet Kim Bodnia as Vesemir, “Game of Thrones” alum Kristofer Hivju as Nivellen, Yasen Atour as Coen, Agnes Born as Vereena, Paul Bullion as Lambert, Basil Eidenbenz as Eskel, Aisha Fabienne Ross as Lydia and Mecia Simson as Francesca.Also Read: 'The Witcher' Season 2 Resumes Production in UKSee Geralt’s new suit of armor in the photos below.Read original story ‘The Witcher’ Season 2 First Look: Geralt Gets a Significant Armor Upgrade (Photos) At TheWrap
Clooney returns to the space genre as a director after acting in Steven Soderbergh's "Solaris" and Alfonso Cuaron's "Gravity."
Prepare to get even more drawn into the world of The Johnsons. On Wednesday, ABC's black-ish gave viewers a sneak peek at its upcoming pre-season special by revealing the art that will animate Dre, Bow & Co. in the previously announced election-themed event. The hour-long special will air on Sunday, Oct. 4 at 10/9c, and will focus […]
The "Stranger Things" star and the singer had a "small reception" at the burger joint.
David Beckham just shared a rare photo of him with all three of his sons and, well, it seems unfair for one family to be quite that genetically blessed. Because, let’s be real: Brooklyn, 21, Romeo, 17, and Cruz, 15, are basically David’s lookalikes. And while the family-oriented soccer icon often shares glimpses of his […]
The mystery film, also starring Kristin Scott Thomas as iconic villain Mrs. Danvers, hits Netflix on October 21.
Sean Hayes: In a spontaneous game of “The Battle of the Gays,” DeGeneres and the “Will & Grace” star one-up’d each other with digs about the other’s career. It began with Hayes calling DeGeneres “Helen,” while applauding that her talk show has been on-air for 15 years. “I’ve also done other things in the past,” she smiled. Segueing into talking about “Will & Grace,” she asked, “How long was it [on-air] the first time around… before y’all got canceled?” He picked up his mug and, looking pensive, answered, “I think it was longer than your sitcom was.” But DeGeneres won the round, adding, “Yeah, that’s right. I had to come out first for y’all do that sitcom.”Dakota Johnson: When DeGeneres asked the “Fifty Shades of Grey” actress why she wasn’t invited to her celeb-studded 30th birthday party, Johnson said, “Actually no. That’s not the truth, Ellen. You were invited… Last time I was on the show last year, you gave me a bunch of s— about not inviting you, but I didn’t even know you wanted to be invited. I didn’t even know you liked me!” Caught off guard, DeGeneres insisted, “Of course I like you,” followed by some rather awkward silence. It only got worse when DeGeneres asked about comedian Tig Notaro performing at the party. Johnson responded, “She’s my favorite comedian…other than you!”Michelle Obama: The former first lady proved she has a great sense of humor when she appeared on “Ellen” and gifted here with a bottle of Metamucil, saying, “something to keep you flowing.” Before the Obamas moved out of the White House, DeGeneres took her to CVS, to show her how to survive a normal lifestyle. There, Obama was challenged by the comedian’s behavior that included opening packages, eating food without paying for it, announcing to the store that Obama had “a rash” and singing through a megaphone to a sleeping baby. Finally, Obama said, “Ya know, you’re really annoying. It’s like taking a 3-year-old to the store.”Katy Perry: DeGeneres had another memory lapse when she forgot that the “Smile” singer had been married to actor Russell Brand. Perry looked surprised when the host asked, “Were you [married]?” Perry whispered, “His name was Russell Brand. Remember, you gave me some wedding gifts on this show?” Perry smiled into the camera and mimed scissors, as if she was cutting the exchange. On the flip side, Perry is one of the few celebrities who has defended DeGeneres in recent weeks. “I think we all have witnessed the light and continual fight for equality that she has brought on the world through her platform for decades. Sending you love and a hug, friend Ellen,” Perry tweeted.Justin Timberlake: In a 2016 appearance on “Ellen,” Timberlake joked about her tequila-influenced flub of the lyrics to his song, “Can’t Stop the Feeling.” She, apparently, loves that song, and after having a little too much of Timberlake’s brand of tequila with friends, she was recorded singing and dancing to it, but messing up the lyrics in the process. Timberlake said she sang the line, “Just electric, just electric, just electric” when, he said, “It pretty clearly says ‘just imagine.'” Appearing to be a little embarrassed, DeGeneres asked the audience to back her up. “I don’t think anyone raised their hand,” he grinned.Hasan Minhaj: Within a minute of sitting down with DeGeneres, the stand-up comedian and political commentator best known for his Netflix show “Patriot Act” corrected her pronunciation of his name. “At Starbucks, I just go by Timothée Chalamet,” he said.Blake Shelton: When “The Voice” judge appeared on “Ellen,” she told the story of how she gave Jennifer Lopez a clock with a photo of her and A-Rod kissing on it, so she could remind him “the clock is ticking, time is passing,” as an incentive for them to get engaged. And a week later he proposed. Well, DeGeneres gave Shelton a similar clock with him and Gwen Stefani on it. But it turned out that she didn’t give it to Shelton after all. “I walked backstage and somebody back there was, like, ‘Hey, thanks for being on the show. Can I have that?’ and they took it.” He joked that, whoever her next guest is, the show will just “replace the picture and do the same crap to them.”Giada De Laurentiis: In a cooking segment on “Ellen,” the Food Network’s popular chef was trying to show DeGeneres and Nicole Kidman how to make arancini balls — an Italian snack of risotto coated in flour, bread crumbs and then fried — and innuendos started to fly. When DeGeneres questioned how to roll it into a ball, De Laurentiis replied, “Haven’t you made any… kind of… balls… before?” stuttering as she realized how it sounded as she was saying it. DeGeneres grinned and shook her head no, causing the audience to burst into laughter. The host’s culinary skills didn’t get much better, which De Laurentiis pointed out. Looking at the mixture in DeGeneres’ hand, she said, “That looks like dog food now.”Wendy Williams: The two daytime talk show queens had a bit of a clash in 2013 when Williams first appeared on “Ellen,” when the comedian called her mean and asked if she had ever gotten in trouble by speaking badly about other celebs. DeGeneres then invited her to a game of Heads Up, in which Willaims is shown the name of someone and has to describe them in hopes of DeGeneres figuring out who it is. When Justin Bieber’s name popped up, Williams’ clue included, “Some people say that he looks like you.” DeGeneres looked puzzled. Williams defended herself, asking the crowd, “I’ve heard that! You’ve never heard that?!” DeGeneres laughed it off.Justin Bieber: DeGeneres put the “Yummy” singer on the spot when she interrogated him about a paparazzi photo that showed him naked on the balcony of a Bora Bora hotel, with a female seen sitting inside. She asked him who the girl was, and he said she was just a friend and they weren’t dating. DeGeneres pressed, “You just brought a friend to Bora Bora? And you’re just naked with your friend?” Bieber covered his face with his hands, saying, “Why are you putting me on the spot like this?” But she relented, “Wow. I have friends, I’ve never seen them naked like that. And they don’t bring me to Bora Bora.” Bieber responded, “Stop. You’re making me blush, dude.”Taylor Swift: The “Cardigan” singer’s love life is frequently the topic of the tabloid, and DeGeneres pretty much jumped on that bandwagon during one stop Swift made on the show. DeGeneres asked who her 2012 song “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” was about. When Swift declined to answer, the host put up a series of photos of Swift with different guys, handed her a bell and said if the guy was someone she dated, ring the bell. Photos of Swift with everyone from John Mayer to Danny DeVito popped up, prompting Swift to beg that DeGeneres stop. “This makes me feel so bad about myself,” she said. “Every time I come up here, you put like a different dude up there on the screen, and it just really makes me question what I stand for as a human being.”Mark Ruffalo: A photo of DeGeneres attending a football game with former president George W. Bush and her defense of their friendship started a firestorm on social media. “Just because I don’t agree with someone on everything doesn’t mean I’m not going to be friends with them,” she said. But Mark Ruffalo (and Susan Sarandon) took exception to her justification. “Sorry, until George W. Bush is brought to justice for the crimes of the Iraq War, (including American-lead torture, Iraqi deaths & displacement, and the deep scars–emotional & otherwise–inflicted on our military that served his folly), we can’t even begin to talk about kindness,” Ruffalo tweeted.Piers Morgan: Another photo got DeGeneres in hot water, this one was of the talk show host wishing Katy Perry happy birthday by tweeting a picture of herself appearing to ogle Perry’s breasts. The caption to the photo read, “Happy birthday, @KatyPerry! It’s time to bring out the big balloons!” Many, including Morgan, accused her of making a sexist joke. “If a man made this joke, Ellen would lead the cries of ‘SEXIST PIG!'” Morgan wrote.NikkieTutorials: The makeup artist, YouTube celebrity and beauty influencer said on the Dutch talk show “De Wereld Draait Door” that her experience as a guest on “The Ellen Show” was not a pleasant one. She said she was “greeted by an angry intern who was a bit overworked,” adding, “I was expecting a Disney show but got ‘Teletubbies After Dark.'” She went on to say, “Every guest at ‘Ellen’s’ had a private toilet, but I didn’t. I was not allowed to use the nearest toilet because it was reserved for the Jonas Brothers.”Kathy Griffin: The outspoken comedian got defensive when DeGeneres decided against paying tribute to Joan Rivers after her death because she thought Rivers’ humor was mean-spirited. Griffin, in turn, called DeGeneres an untalented hack. In her book, “Kathy Griffin’s Celebrity Run-Ins: My A-Z Index,” Griffin wrote, “I’m almost positive a certain beloved daytime talk show host once had me kicked out of a backstage dressing room at the Emmy Awards. I can’t prove it, but this person, who has short blonde hair, has a mean streak that all of Hollywood knows about.”Brad Garrett: As rumblings of a toxic workplace environment behind-the-scenes on “The Ellen Show” surfaced and after DeGeneres made a public apology, the “Everybody Loves Raymond” actor spoke out about his experience as a guest on her show. “Sorry but it comes from the top @TheEllenShow,” Garrett tweeted. “Know more than one who were treated horribly by her. Common knowledge.”Lea Thompson: The “Back to the Future” actress backed Garrett’s assessment of the environment at the talk show and that DeGeneres herself was the cause of it. Responding to Garrett’s tweet, Thompson replied simply, “True story. It is.”Kevin T. Porter: Comedian Kevin T. Porter put his money where his mouth is when it comes to disdain he has for DeGeneres. He tweeted, “Right now we all need a little kindness. You know, like Ellen Degeneres always talks about! She’s also notoriously one of the meanest people alive Respond to this with the most insane stories you’ve heard about Ellen being mean & I’ll match every one w/ $2 to @LAFoodBank.”Read original story 18 Celebs Who Have Clapped Back at Ellen DeGeneres, From Playful Ribbing to Genuine Disdain (Photos) At TheWrap
Also starring Riley Keough and Sebastian Stan, Antonio Campos' new film about faith gone wrong drops on the streaming platform September 16.
Robin Williams made his big screen debut in little-seen 1977 comedy “Can I Do It ‘Till I Need Glasses?”Williams made several appearances doing sketches on 1977’s “The Richard Pryor Show”Quirky comedy series “Mork and Mindy” premiered in 1978 and put Williams on the map.Christopher Reeve presented Williams with a People’s Choice Award for Favorite Male Performer for “Mork and Mindy” in 1979.Robin Williams was received his first Oscar nomination for his role in 1987’s “Good Morning, Vietnam.”O Captain! My captain! Robin Williams captivated a young audience by playing an unorthodox professor in 1989’s “Dead Poets Society.”“Mrs Doubtfire” was released in 1993 and remains one of Williams’ most iconic roles.“There you are, Peter.” Robin Williams played a grown up Peter Pan returning to Neverland in 1991’s “Hook.”Williams memorably voiced the Genie in Disney’s animated classic “Aladdin,” which came out in 1992.Williams went dark and twisted for Mark Romanek‘s 2002 cult favorite thriller “One Hour Photo.”Williams played a wild man returning to civilization as a result of a board game gone very wrong in 1995’s “Jumanji.”Williams celebrating his Oscar win for “Good Will Hunting” in 1998 with Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, who also won Oscars for Best ScreenplayWilliams played Teddy Roosevelt in 2006’s “Night at the Museum” and reprised the role in the 2009 sequel. The threequel, “Secret of the Tomb,” is set for release in December.Read original story Remembering Robin Williams: A Life and Career in Pictures (Photos) At TheWrap
Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly have resumed production on "Midnight in the Switchgrass" as an out couple.